April 2, 2021, Submitted by The Trustees
The Trustees of Reservations (The Trustees) announces a week of April Vacation adventures at Weir River Farm and World’s End in Hingham.
Weir River Farm programs:
For information and tickets, visit https://thetrustees.org/place/weir-river-farm/
Saturday Open Barnyard: Spring is in the air! Nutmeg the pony, Ruby the llama and all our barnyard regulars are excited to welcome you to the farm! Saturdays, 4/17 and 4/24, 10am – 2pm.
Junior Farmer drop-off program: for kids ages 7-11 runs Monday 4/19 – Thursday 4/22, 10am – 12 noon
Family Music at the Red Barn: Join Miss Su for a farm-themed, family-friendly sing-, dance-, and play-along! Monday 4/19 – Friday 4/23, 12 – 12:45pm.
Vacation Week Open Barnyard: Monday 4/19 – Friday 4/23, 1 – 3pm
Story Hour at Weir River Farm: Enjoy a good read with your barnyard friends! Wednesday 4/21, 10 – 11am
World’s End programs:
For information and tickets, visit https://thetrustees.org/place/worlds-end-hingham/
Preschool Coastal Explorers: Young explorers are invited with their caregivers to search for signs of spring at World’s End. Tuesday 4/20, 11am – 12 noon.
Family Birding Adventure: World’s End is a stop for hundreds of migratory species. Bring your binoculars and your curiosity. Tuesday 4/20 and Thursday 4/22, 9:30 – 10:30am.
STEAM at World’s End: The meadows, woodlands, and rocky shores offer endless learning opportunities for young scientists. Wednesday 4/21, 3 – 4:30pm
Family Adventures off the Beaten Path: Discover the lesser known trails with Head Ranger Cheryl Bierwirth. Wednesday 4/21, 11am – 12 noon.
“Families are eager to get out of the house in a safe and socially distanced way and The Trustees is finding fun and creative ways to encourage them,” said Trustees South Shore Portfolio Director Anne Smith-White. “We hope people of all ages will visit these beautiful properties the spring, whether they sign up for a program or just head out to explore the trails.”
More about The Trustees
Founded by landscape architect Charles Eliot in 1891, The Trustees has, for more than 125 years, been a catalyst for important ideas, endeavors, and progress in Massachusetts. As a steward of distinctive and dynamic places of both historic and cultural value, The Trustees is the nation’s first preservation and conservation organization, and its landscapes and landmarks continue to inspire discussion, innovation, and action today as they did in the past. We are a nonprofit, supported by members, friends and donors and our 120 sites are destinations for residents, members, and visitors alike, welcoming millions of guests annually. www.thetrustees.org.