Southboro Open Land Foundation

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Guided Tour of Art on the Trails, Saturday, September 7, 10 AM to 11 AM

Published on September 5, 2019 by Hal

Join Debbie Costine for  guided tour of Art on the Trails: Marking Territory, Saturday, September 7 from 10:00 to 11:00 AM, Beals Preserve. Please note this walk was originally scheduled for September 10 at 7:00 PM, but because of the EEE threat it has been rescheduled for this Saturday morning.

Please register for this walk here.

We recommend sturdy shoes to walk along the trails and insect repellent. Click here for more about  Beals Preserve and parking instructions.

The walk will be held unless there is very heavy rain.  A few showers will not cancel it.

Meeting instructions: Meet Debbie at the Route 30 (Main Street) entrance to the preserve. You will see a kiosk after crossing over the channel bridge.

Additional  Parking instructions at the Route 30 (Main Street) access. Use 144 Main Street,  Southborough with your GPS. Google Maps.

There are two areas in which you may park for this access.

1.  Park along Main Street where there is area to pull off the side. Walk to the access on the right side of Main Street directly across from Chestnut Hill Road. (This is a private home, no parking) Go through the gate (please close it after you), walk down the lane and across the bridge over the Wachusett channel. Please do not park in front of the gate.

2. Park in the Parking Area for the trails for Chestnut Hill Farm.  Turn onto Chestnut Hill Rd. The parking area is on the right side of the road in the field past the collection of white houses and outbuildings and marked with a sign. Walk back to Route 30, and the entrance to Beals Preserve is directly across the street. Go through the gate (please close it after you), walk down the lane and across the bridge over the Wachusett channel. Please do not park in front of the gate or in the areas reserved for the Farm Stand at Chestnut Hill Farm.