The Cape Ann Vernal Pond Team Board will host our Annual Board Meeting to discuss a number of agenda items... including our Vision, purchasing t-shirts, scoping out new pools for certification, and a few other things. This meeting is open to the public so please come if you can.
Snakes of New England and the World - one hour live animal presentation.
18th Annual Lynn Woods Earth Fest Cleanup Schedule of Events
8:30 am Coffee etc.
9-12 Spring Cleaning
12:00 pm Pizza, live music, Cape Ann Vernal Pond Team -- Snakes of New England and the World live animal Presentation.
Suitable for all ages.
Check out Lynnhappens.com for more information.
Let's see if we can get a bunch of walkers for the Cape Ann Vernal Pond Team this year. We plan to be there with a live animal display at the afterwalk party.
If you want to get sponsors and walk for us, go to http://www.gloucesterpridestride.com and get your pledge sheet.
Gloucester Pride Stride is an Annual Fundraising Walk to Benefit Cape Ann Non-Profits and Community Groups
GLOUCESTER PRIDE STRIDE
3-MILE WALK BEGINS AND ENDS AT STAGE FORT PARK
10am: Registration | 12pm: Walk Begins
Join us for a celebration cookout after the walk featuring DJ music, inflatable playground, games and fun for the whole family!
Go to our Special Events page to learn more.
Snakes of New England and the World - one hour live animal presentation beginning at 2:00 pm for The Trustees of Reservations (TTOR).
Check out thetrustees.org for further event information. The snake search begins at 1:00.
An afternoon designed to make every herpetologist happy! We’ll start at 1:00 pm with a hunt for local snake species around the Crane Estate, looking under logs and around the stone walls that lace the property. Capture will be strictly catch and release! At 2:00 pm we’ll make our way to the promenade where Rick Roth, founder and executive director of the Cape Ann Vernal Pond Team and local snake expert, will present "Snakes of New England and the World." Rick cares for over 100 snakes of all different species -- even if we don’t find any slithering friends on our hunt, there will be plenty of snakes to see and learn about during the show!
Pre-registration required. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Contact The Trustees for registration and more information.
Cape Ann Vernal Pond Team and Kestrel Education Adventures are teaming up to hold our notorious Yard Sale.
This is a fundraiser to support our nonprofit efforts. Your donations are tax deductible.
Please participate by donating, shopping, helping at the event, and bringing your friends along to buy lot of stuff.
We have a good time and hope you join in the fun. It's all for a good cause and maybe you can find a hidden treasure.
Go to our Special Events page to learn more.
Rain date June 2.
No junk please - just things that are in good shape and you wouldn't be too embarrassed to give away!
Snakes of New England and the World - one hour live animal presentation by the Cape Ann Vernal Pond Team.
Join us for the 17th annual Riverfest celebration. Free events for all ages along the SuAsCo Wild and Scenic River.
Great Meadows NWR is located 20 miles west of Boston, Massachusetts. The refuge headquarters can be reached by taking Route 20 to Route 27 North. Follow Route 27 (1.7 miles) from Wayland and turn right onto Water Row. Follow Water Row (1.2 miles) until it ends and turn right onto Lincoln Road. Travel one half mile, then turn left onto Weir Hill Road.
Don’t miss this rare opportunity to enjoy a weekend full of free, family-friendly activities, from Lowell to Framingham! Riverfest is the annual celebration of the Sudbury, Assabet and Concord Wild and Scenic Rivers, and includes over 40 events in nine communities. With free walks, talks, hikes, paddles, concerts and art, there is something for everyone.
For a full listing of events and maps, please visit www.sudbury-assabet-concord.org.
We’ll be there all day on Friday the 3rd and Saturday the 4th, with two tents, a native snake display, and a bunch of other snakes for people to get up close and personal.
We’ll be there all day Friday the 3rd and Saturday the 4th, with two tents, a native snake display, and a bunch of other snakes for people to get up close and personal.
We’ll be there all day with a native snake display, and a bunch of other snakes for people to get up close and personal.
SCHOONER FESTIVAL FUN WITH ARTISTS, EXHIBITS, MUSIC & MORE
The hosts are creating a busy, festive hub of traditional crafters, engaging community organizations in the First Ipswich Bank Pavilion, expert seafood demonstrations, foot stomping music with Old Cold Tater, impossible magic, schooner sails, and fun-filled family activities on Harbor Loop. Enjoy local fare at our food tents. Schooners will be docked at Maritime Gloucester's Webster Pier with others throughout the city. Click the links below for last year's participating organizations and vendors and an event schedule. Updates will be made, so check back soon!
Check out the link below to learn more...
Please join us for our Annual Fundraiser with The Fools in Concert at Mile Marker One. We will also have a Silent Raffle on-site along with a Live Animal Exhibit.
What a blast! Please support us if you can because this is our big fundraiser of the year. Come for some food, dancing, and wrap your arms around one of our lovely but not so furry friends... a snake!
Tickets will go on sale through our website capeannvernalpondteam.org in a few months when we have all the specifics set.
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