February 2, 2010
Groundhog Day Mass Audubon’s Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary 208 South Great Rd. Lincoln, Ma 01773 (781)-259-2200 www.massaudubon.org/drumlin February 2, 2010 10:00 am Will Ms. G, the groundhog, predict a long cold winter, or an early spring? Join us on Tuesday, February 2 at 10am at Mass Audubon’s Drumlin Farm to help our famous groundhog decipher the weather clues and deliver her forecast. Don’t forget your camera, as our larger-than-life cutout of the photogenic Ms. G will be available for photo ops so that you can have your very own photo with her! You can also sign the petition to support her bid to be the Official Groundhog of the Commonwealth. After Ms. G delivers her forecast, we’ll continue the Groundhog Day celebration with activities focused on native wildlife. There is no cost to attend the 10am forecast. The remainder of the day’s special events are free with paid admission to the farm of $6 for adults, $4 children 2-12, and free for Mass Audubon members.
Event Name: Groundhog Day
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Comment posted by: Nancy from usa, Apr 22, 2010
Annually celebrated in United States and Canada on 2nd February, Groundhog Day is a well known holiday that revolves around the popular weather lore of the coming out of a groundhog from its burrow on... Expand