Learn About Nature at Science Series at The Arsenal Project

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Join educators from Mass Audubon Habitat for a FREE interactive science series. Learn, see and explore collections from the natural world. The series will consist of three events hosted throughout October, November and December, The Arsenal Project announced. 

Events will include:

The Creepy Side of Nature

Oct. 22, 1-3 p.m.

The natural world can be beautiful and peaceful … but some are a little creepy. Come see some of our favorites!

Turkeys … And Acorns and Oaks

Nov. 12, 1-3 p.m.

Turkeys! – come find out about this common bird’s life. Seen along the roadside and in the woods, meadows, yards and parks – there are now many, but that isn’t always the case. Oak trees are found throughout our area, and their seeds provide food for a surprising number of animals – including turkeys.

Symbols of the Season

Dec. 10, 1-3 p.m.

Winter Solstice is almost here. Find out about the shortest day of the year and seasonal cycles. Examine a variety of local evergreens, and learn more about how some animals stay active and find food, water and shelter. Lights, evergreens and active animals!

Interactive, all ages welcome. Children must be accompanied by an adult.


Innovation Space across from Dunkin Donuts, The Arsenal Project, 485 Arsenal St., Watertown.

For more information, please visit: www.thearsenalproject.com, or call 617-923-9944.

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