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Urbano Project celebrates the opening of "airplay," a site-specific interactive installation by Native American artist Rachel Allen (Nez Perce) on Thursday, January 23, 6:00-8:00PM. The culmination of her Fall 2019 artist residency, Allen's "airplay" will be on view at Urbano's Jamaica Plain gallery through March 14, 2020. Allen aims to unsettle the air we breathe and otherwise manipulate. If we think about our experience through the air-the ubiquitous material we are suspended in-then we can contemplate what decolonization requires. If…Find out more »
Direct from Adventure Bay, your favorite PAW Patrol pups Chase and Skye are racing to the ruff-ruff rescue to meet you at Franklin Park Zoo for a fun-filled day! Come meet your favorite pups and get your photo taken inside the Meeting Barn. Kids can also have fun with PAW Patrol coloring sheets. There will also be keeper chats where guests will learn more about some of our Zoo’s own heroes. Don’t miss this exciting chance to meet Chase and…Find out more »
Australia is home to a wealth of ecologically diverse and important species, and the number of wildlife affected by the fires is staggering with reported figures ranging from 500 million to 1 billion animals having perished. Saving wildlife is at the heart of Zoo New England’s mission, and we are committed to supporting the conservation efforts of those affected by this environmental catastrophe. To show our support, on Sunday, January 26, which is also Australia Day, Zoo New England will…Find out more »
Join us for our first Community Workshop about the Franklin Park Master Plan and let us know what you would like to see for the future of the park!Find out more »
Children’s Concert (Featuring Evan from Blissful Monkey Studio) and The Croft School Information Session
The Croft School is hosting a free concert suited for children ages 3-5. Come jam with Evan from Blissful Monkey Studio and learn more about The Croft School at this special musical event! This event is free and open to the public.Find out more »
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