2nd Annual Caroling Around the Pond

Date and Time

Saturday, December 14, 2019, 10:00AM - 12:00PM

Location

Hougton's Pond Visitor Center, Blue Hills Reservation,
Massachusetts, Southeast,
MA United States

Registration

Registration is not required for this activity. However, you may wish to contact the leader(s) if you have any questions.

Overview

Hark! Come one! Come all! Put on your best festive and fun holiday attire and join us for a stroll around Houghton's Pond at the Blue Hills Reservation on Saturday, December 14th at 10 AM. We will meet at the Houghton's Pond Visitor Center to "rehearse" before heading out on our 1.1 mile caroling adventure around the pond. We will stop along the way to sing a traditional carols, seasonal tunes and holiday ditties. Stay for light refreshments and cheer after the singing! We will wrap up before noon. Revelers of all ages are welcome to join in! Well behaved dogs on leashes are most welcome! Caroling will be cancelled if the weather outside becomes frightful. Cancellation will be posted on the AMC website and also by SEM Chapter notification so be sure to check if weather looks bad.

AMC Trip Policy

Cost

Free

Driving Directions

Click map for driving directions

From I-93 take Exit 3 for Ponkapoag Trail toward Houghton's Pond. Turn right on Hillside Street and then 0.3 mile to Houghton's Pond parking lot.

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Activities

Hiking
Walks

Offered By

Southeastern Massachusetts

Status

Open

Difficulty

Easy

Audience

Families


Leader



Pam is an AMC SEM Chapter Hike leader and serves as co-leader on the White Lining Series, the Conditioning Series and the Introduction to Hiking Series. She also volunteers as a "Naturalist" and "Information Volunteer" in the AMC high mountain huts in the summer. Pam has climbed the NH 48 and loves being outdoors!

Co-Leader


Maria Sestina is an AMC SEM Hike Leader and loves outdoor adventures of all kinds!
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