Learn about the wildflowers of southeastern Massachusetts
MARION — Plant enthusiast Martha "Mike" Schroeder will share a slide-show of locally taken photos of wildflowers thought to have existed in southeastern Massachusetts since before the arrival of the Europeans at the Marion Natural History Museum on March 4, from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Every flower has its own story.
There is no charge for the program, however registration in advance is strongly recommended. The museum is located at 8 Spring Street, Marion, on the second floor of the building shared with the Elizabeth Taber Library. Contact the Museum Director to register at Director@marionmuseum.org or call the museum and leave a message at 508-748-2098.