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Upcoming Events

Click on an event in the calendar to see the details on the event.
 

Note that most of our Monthly Meetings are recorded. Links to the recordings hosted by SudburyTV can be found on the Past Event Videos page.

Tuesday, April 6, 7:00 - 9:00 PM
Wednesday April 28, 7:00-9:00PM

Enjoying Sudbury's Conservation Areas by Neela de Zoysa

Get outdoors and enjoy the over 4000 acres of conservation land in Sudbury. This is an online introduction to popular as well as lesser known locations among National Wildlife Refuges, the federally designated “Wild and Scenic” Sudbury River, State and Town-owned conservation lands and Sudbury Valley Trustees’ properties. Get oriented to the basic rules of use, best locations for hiking, birding, enjoying wildflowers, canoeing, family and dog friendly destinations with maps and easy-to-reference resource list.

For details and to register, click here.

Neela de Zoysa is a Sudbury resident, Instructor for the Native Plant Trust and associated with Sudbury Valley Trustees, and Friends of the Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge.

Thursday, April 8, 7:00 - 8:30 PM
Saturday, April 10, 10:00 - 11:00 AM
Thursday, April 15, 7:00 - 8:30 PM

Course: Sudbury's History Through the Ages

The Friends and the Sudbury Historical Society are presenting a course as part of Lincon-Sudbury's Adult and Coummunity Education series.

This three part series includes two presentations and a walk. You can sign up for the series or an individual session. There is a fee.

For a full description and to register, click here.

Five Fridays starting April 30, 10:00 - 11:30 PM and 3:30 - 5:00 PM

Spring Guided Walks: Sudbury's Conservation Areas by Neela de Zoysa

Join Neela for five socially distanced, outdoor guided walks. While wearing a face mask, enjoy vistas from Tippling Rock and Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, special “Desert” habitat in Memorial Forest, Hop Brook Conservation area, the Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge and more. These include town-owned conservation lands, Sudbury Valley Trustees’ properties and US Fish and Wildlife managed Refuges. Forests, fields, ponds and streams, native plants and animals are a few of the highlights.

No dogs for these organized walks please, as they can be a distraction. However, we invite you to return with your pets another time to town conservation lands and Sudbury Valley Trustees lands that allow pets. No dogs are allowed on National Wildlife Refuges. Due to social distancing, enrollment is limited to 8 participants and face masks must be worn.

For details and to register, click here.

Neela de Zoysa is a Sudbury resident, Instructor for the Native Plant Trust and associated with Sudbury Valley Trustees, and Friends of the Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge.

 

Outdoors This Week

The Friends posts our events to Outdoors This Week, a weekly listing of outdoor activities located west of Boston sponsored by local environmental organizations. Click here to subscribe.