Weymouth, MA

You're Invited to New England Wildlife Center's Trail Clean-up!

Camilo Díaz
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(WEYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS) The New England Wildlife Center is looking for volunteers to help them get ready for their upcoming Halloween event. For the first time since Covid, NEWC's annual Night of a Thousand Faces is coming back this October. But, in order to prepare for the spooky event, they need your help!

About NEWC's Volunteer Trail Clean-Up Event

New England Wildlife Center has posted on Facebook with a request to help them prepare for their upcoming October pumpkin event. NEWC's Night of a Thousand Faces features 1,000 carved and lit up pumpkins along their nature trail. They are searching for volunteers to help them clean up the trail involved.

We look forward to our first year hosting Night of a Thousand Faces after taking a break during COVID and would love some help clearing the trails! - New England Wildlife Center Facebook

The trail clean-up event will take place on Thursday, September 14th at 1 pm. Refreshments will be provided for the volunteers. However, they ask that you bring your own bug spray. They have also asked for help providing rakes and hedge trimmers.

A fox enjoying a festive treat!Photo byPatrice Schoefolt

A Little About The New England Wildlife Center

The New England Wildlife Center is a grassroots, nonprofit wildlife hospital, and science education facility. It is an incredibly valuable resource to animals in Massachusetts as the only comprehensive wildlife hospital in the metro Boston area that can provide care for sick, injured, and orphaned wild animals. Since its opening over 30 years ago, the Center has treated more than 120,000 animals.

Volunteer Trail Clean-Up Event Details:

Where: 500 Columbian Street, South Weymouth, MA 02190 When: Thursday, September 14th, 2023 Time: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM If you are interested in volunteering, please RSVP to volunteer@newildlife.org

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