You’ll get a chance to touch some real beekeeping equipment, ask
questions and do a fun bee project.
Live bees are not part of this program.
2. The Acton-Boxborough Farmers Market is a producer-only market in its fifth season. It operates every Sunday in 2013 from June 16 through Oct. 20, from 10am–1pm on Pearl Street in West Acton.
ABFM vendors offer a great variety of fresh, local goods, including: myriad vegetables, fruits, cheeses, Middle Eastern spreads, meats, breads, flowers, baked goods, eggs, jams, bagels, wines, salsas and condiments, handmade soaps, and plants for the home garden. A special treat this season: locally crafted ice cream.The market features not only wonderful local and organic foods, but also music, the work of area artisans, community organizations and education, and children's activities.
3. Come meet Buddy Love and her handler, Christine MacDonald, from the Pets & People Foundation on Aug. 23 at 10 a.m. at the Discovery Museums.
They will read a story as Buddy Love barks along. Learn about people therapy through pets and all about Buddy Love’s role in the organization.
Buddy Love is a mixed breed that was rescued from a shelter and he’s ready to greet you. For more information on the Pets & People Foundation, visit www.petsandpeoplefoundation.org.