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  1. Great American Cleanup - Gardner

    September 21, 2019, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Gardner Plaza

    Join with your family, friends, and neighbors and help us give Gardner a thorough end of summer cleaning. We will be working together with volunteers to remove litter along roadside waterways to beautify Gardner for the enjoyment of its residents. This event is part of a nation-wide program, the Great American Cleanup, which includes 600+ organizations and more than 1 million volunteers nationwide. Sponsored by Sazerac, Keep America Beautiful and Keep Massachusetts Beautiful. Trash bags, gloves, trash grabber tools, tee shirts, fanny packs and refreshments will be provided.

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  2. The Gardner Museum presents - Annual Smithsonian Day

    September 21, 2019, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ The Gardner Museum

    Annual Smithsonian Day - Free Admission

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  3. Cummings Conservation Area Guided Hikes

    September 21, 2019, 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM @ Cummings Conservation Area

    The first of this 3-part series of guided hikes will begin on Saturday, September 21st. Meet at the Cummings Conservation Area trailhead on Bridge Street. A local naturalist will lead the hike along the Baily Brook cold-water stream and travel through the cool shade of a hemlock glen before ascending over a glacial esker formed at the end of the last ice age. We will view and discuss examples of native plants, cold-water fisheries, glacial erratic boulders, floodplain forests and the Otter River and its unique wetland ecology. Local naturalists and historians Doug and Barbara Fleming will discuss the natural history of this special place and its unique geology and ecology. Doug will share his memories of this land from his time spent at his grandparents’ home on Bridge Street and will provide us with a personal perspective which will capture our curiosity and leave us wanting to know more.

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