Saturday & Sunday, June 22 to 23, 2019
All events are free!
Local events are listed below. All events listed here.
Sudbury River Cleanup
Saturday, June 22, 2019 – 8:00 am to 10:00 am (light rain or shine)
This is an on the river shoreline cleanup. Canoes provided.
Led by Ron Chick, Chair of the River Stewards Initiative of the Friends of Saxonville. RSVP to reserve a canoe at email@example.com, or you may bring your own. Meet at 151 Central Street at 11:00 am. Park on Central or a side street. Coffee, snacks, canoes, gloves and garbage bags to be provided.
Sudbury River Ponded Section Paddle
Saturday, June 22, 2019 – 11:00 am to 1:00 pm (light rain or shine)
Enjoy a calm canoe paddle, and learn some history of the river in Saxonville and about current threats from invasive aquatic vegetation. Led by Ron Chick, Chair of the River Stewards Initiative of the Friends of Saxonville. RSVP to reserve a canoe at firstname.lastname@example.org, or you may bring your own. Meet at 151 Central Street at 11:00 am. Park on Central or a side street.
Cochituate Rail Trail: Framingham to Natick
Saturday, June 22, 2019 – 2:00 to 4:00pm (light rain or shine)
Join the Friends of Saxonville and the Framingham Conservation Commission for a walk along the Rail Trail for a bit of history and information about the area. Wear sturdy, nonslip footwear and bring a water bottle, sunscreen and insect repellent. Meet at the head of the Cochituate Rail Trail at Concord and School Streets in Framingham. We’ll be crossing Route 30 and following the future trail route through Natick. Leashed dogs are welcome. For more information, contact David Longden at 508-901-5909.
Photo Walk at GreenWays (Wayland)
Saturday, June 22, 2019 – 6:15 pm to sunset (Rain date: Sunday)
Join Framingham photographer Lynne Damianos of Damianos Photography for a stroll around the 63-acre Greenways Conservation Area, a portion of the former Paine Estate, purchased by SVT and the Town of Wayland in 1995. Historic sites, woods, open fields, wetlands, the Sudbury River shoreline and Paines’ pet cemetery make Greenways a remarkable place with nearly two miles of trails, many of them old cart paths. Lynne will provide tips for successful photography with your camera/phone.
All ages and abilities welcome. Meet at the kiosk, 24 Green Way, Wayland. Questions? - Call 508-358-2980. Rain date: Sunday.
In April 2016, the Friends of Saxonville launched a new committee named the "TrailHeads" which is dedicated to the trails of all types in the Saxonville area. The committee includes several members of the Cochituate Rail Trail (CRT) committee. Because the CRT is essentially done and open, and because the Friends of Saxonville is already involved in the area trails, the Friends wanted to combine the experience and talents to continue the efforts to develop quality recreational trails.Read More
Athenaeum Hall is a 19th century Saxonville historical landmark. During its storied past it had many uses, including hospital, jail, newspaper press room for The Saxonville Mirror, polling place and school. It was also used as a hall for dances, lectures, plays, religious services, sporting events, veterans' meetings and wedding receptions.Read More
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