The Alewives of Surry
Why is the alewife run important?
What happened to the Patten Stream run?
What is being done to restore it?
Wednesday, May 6
7pm. Surry Elementary School
Sponsored by The Surry Alewife Committee, SCIA and Blue Hill Heritage Trust
Sunday, May 31st ~ Watch the alewives returning at high tide with Ted Ames, and learn about the traditional alewife in Patten Stream. 10-11:30 am (high tide) at Town of Surry Landing.
Saturday, June 13th ~ “Native plants in your landscape: choosing, caring for, and enjoying natives” with Cathy Rees. 9-11:30 am at the Carlton House in Blue Hill (this event is for members only, if you would like to become a member, your can do so easily on our website!)
Tuesday, June 16th ~ Tuesday’s @ 10 am. Free group walks for the public on our trails. Parker Point Rd – South Street Trail. (parking @ Parker Pt. Rd near the fountain)
Monday, June 22nd ~ Walk & Talk: Wildflowers at Hatch Cove with Sarah O’Malley. 1-2:30 pm at Hatch Cove in Castine.
Tuesday, June 23rd ~ Tuesday’s @ 10 am. Free group walks for the public on our trails. Osgood Trail, Blue Hill Mountain.
Saturday, June 22nd ~ Walk & Talk: Quill’s End Farm Tour. 1 pm at Quill’s End Farm in Penobscot.
Tuesday, June 30th ~ Tuesday’s @ 10 am. Free group walks for the public on our trails. Carter Nature Preserve.
∗ all cancellations will be posted to our facebook page. If you have any questions please call the office at 374 -5118.