Posted April 28, 2022
Are you Wild For Wareham? Then join us on May 7th for a day jam-packed with free outdoor activities that highlight Wareham’s wild side!
The Wareham Land Trust, Mass Audubon, the Wildlands Trust, and Buzzards Bay Coalition’s Onset Bay Center are joining forces to offer a variety of programs that will get you and your family outside and exploring all the natural wonders that Wareham has to offer! There will be a walk through Douglas S. Westgate exploring the Hidden Worlds of Insects, a Coastal Waterbird Program at Little Harbor Beach, a Wickets Island Kayak Adventure, an Empowered Trail Users workshop at Great Neck Conservation Area, and so much more!
Registration for these events is limited! Half of the tickets are available through Eventbrite, and the other half will be available in person the day of Wild for Wareham at the Onset Bay Center on a first come first serve basis. There will also be a few additional surprise day-of activities at the Onset Bay Center that are entirely in-person registration.
Participation in any of these free programs or coming to visit our organizations that will be tabling at the Onset Bay Center will enter you into a raffle for one of three adventure packs! (link to PDF of packs) These adventure packs are jam packed with exciting prizes, including a private kayak tour with experienced Buzzards Bay Coalition Staff, gift memberships for Mass Audubon and The Wareham Land Trust, a gift certificate to the Wildlands Trust online store, and so much more!
Below is the Schedule of Events, in order to reserve tickets to any of these events, please follow this link to the Wild for Wareham eventbrite page. We hope to see you there!
Reminder: If a program is listed as “sold out” on Eventbrite, it only means that all of the pre-sale tickets are taken. You can still attend the program by signing up day-of at the Onset Bay Center! (excluding the Intertidal Beach Exploration, the Navigation Workshop, and the Wonders of Whales Program, which are pre-registration only!)
This program is supported in part by grants from the Wareham Cultural Council and Plymouth Cultural Council, two local agencies which are supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.
Written by Jenna Shea, WLT’s TerraCorps Member