Witness the rhythms and relics of New England's oldest working farm. Walk along bucolic meadows, planted fields, and grazing cattle before visiting historic buildings, including the newly renovated "Old House," and going behind the scenes in the dairy, which is normally closed to the public.
Trails & Sails 2011
Join Essex County Ghost Project, NEPA Paranormal, Visions of the Paranormal, and ECTO WEB for and exciting paranormal investigation at the Historic Grey Court Park (known as the Tenney Castle Ruins). This location is one of the hottest paranormal locations in Essex County. Gary Mannely from Nightfall Paranormal will be our guest speaker
Join members of theWenham Museum education staff and the Marblehead Model Yacht Club in learning how to sail model ships on Pleasant Pond in Wenham. Try your hand at this 100 year old summer past time. If you enjoy these models, visit the museum’s miniature world of trains and dollhouses with special museum admission pricing for Trails and Sails participants.
The annual Powow River sunset blessing, is a long tradition to offer positive intentions and blessings to the Powow River. Families who attend the autumn equinox event find many interesting activities. Children can create a craft project, walk the labyrinth, view a vintage river post card exhibit, and enjoy refreshments from Cider Hill Farm.
This is a Trails and Sails special program! Enjoy one stunning view after the next as we explore the Crane Wildlife Refuge, an island studded patchwork of salt marsh and tidal creeks located in Essex Bay. During this guided tour, participants will traverse a series of island treasures, walking a spectacular network of carriageways and footpaths, linking cobbled beaches and grassy fields with forested hillsides and historic buildings.
Saturday, November 23
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