Sunday, September 28, 2008

The Beaver Brook Association, in Hollis, New Hampshire, exists to promote the understanding of interrelationships in the natural world, and to encourage conservation of natural resources through education and land stewardship.

The annual Fall Festival features many activities for the entire family... children's music and stories, puppet shows, live music, baked goods and fresh cider, guided trail hikes, beautiful gardens and live animal presentations.

Beaver Brook offers programs throughout the year in every season, including summer youth programs for children.

The Maple Hill Gardens are maintained by a group of dedicated volunteers.

The focal point of the fall festival is an art and photography exhibit at the Maple Hill Farm. Over a hundred regional artists and photographers exhibit their work, and most is for sale to the public.

Beaver Brook consists of over 2000 acres, located in the towns of Hollis, Brookline and Milford.
Horseback riding, hiking, bird watching and many other activities are enjoyed daily on the nearly 35 miles of trails.

For your Hollis real estate needs, call Rudy Mayer at (603) 465-7055 x 220 or visit http://www.RudyMayer.com

INFO: Southern New Hampshire Real Estate | Rudy Mayer
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