Into Lynn Woods!! Grand Opening is on Saturday, Jan. 22, 12pm-4pm @ The Lynn Museum 590 Washington Street in Central Square. Bring the family and enjoy art activities, live birds of prey from Wingmasters, and Storyteller Janet Long.
There is something special about Lynn Woods. If you've never been over there, you really have to go and take it all in to understand. You can get lost (in a good way) for hours taking in all the trails and special landmarks like Stone Tower and Dungeon Rock. You can sit on the rocks by Walden Pond and watch the fish jump out of the water. It's a very peaceful place to be.
There are multiple ways to get in to Lynn Woods. The Pennybrook Entrance is over off of Walnut Street and there is another Entrance near the Gannon Golf Course. This weekend and for the coming months, there is one more way to get a peak at Lynn Woods: The Lynn Museum at 590 Washington Street.
It's an important resource for Lynn. It's the reason we had clean water while the rest of Massachusetts was out of luck when the main supply from out West went bad. It's an important thing to understand and keep around for years to come. Bring the family and start the kids on the road to a deep appreciation of one of the greatest assets we have right here in Lynn, Massachusetts.
Say hi to Kate Luchini, Director of the Museum. Shake her hand ferociously. She's doing amazing things for the Museum, for Downtown Lynn, and for Lynn as a whole.