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Venue:Drumlin Farm
Dates:Saturday, March 30, 2019
Hours:10 am- 4 pm
Ages:Infants, Toddlers, Kids, Teens, Adults
Cost:$ see below
woolapalooza at mass audubon's drumlin farm 2019 photoIt's a sure sign of spring—time to shear the sheep!

Celebrate the coming of spring at our annual festival featuring fiber, food, and fun! Bask in the beauty of Mass Audubon's Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary, the perfect setting to delight in all things sheep.

Festival highlights include:
- Drumlin Farm's new spring babies
- A sheep shearing demonstration
- A 'sheep-to-Sweater Interpretive Trail' to learn how fleece on sheep becomes the warm woolen sweater you wear
- Hands-on activities for all ages
- Local fiber artisans who will offer demonstrations and sell their handmade products

Programs are ongoing throughout the day from 10:00–4:00 pm. Lunch—made with all natural, locally grown Drumlin Farm food—will be available for purchase.

*Woolapalooza is a fundraising event for Drumlin Farm.

The Farm will be closed to general visitation on March 24. During this event, we provide additional programming, activities, and entertainment.

Because of this unique experience, Drumlin Farm is open only to visitors (both member and nonmember) attending Woolapalooza. Your ticket price provides critical support for our education and conservation programs.

Thank you!

COST↑ top

$15 Members • $17 Nonmembers • Free for children under age 2




South Great Road, Lincoln, MA map
Phone: (781) 259-2200

Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary
208 South Great Road
Lincoln, MA 01773

From the north and south: Take Rt I-95 north or south to exit 26 (Rt 20, Weston/Waltham). Follow signs for Rt 20 east. At the second traffic light, take a left and follow signs for Rt 117. At the next traffic light, take a left onto Rt 117 west. Follow Rt 117 west for 4.5 miles and the sanctuary is on the left.

From the east and west: Take Rt 2 east or west to Rt 126. Turn onto Rt 126 south (Walden Pond) and follow for 2.5 miles to the intersection of Rt 126 and Rt 117. Take a left onto Rt 117 east and the sanctuary is one mile ahead on the right.

By public transportation: Take the MBTA commuter rail to Lincoln Station. Walk south one block on Lincoln Road. Cross Codman Road and continue south on Lincoln Rd to the intersection with Rt 117. Cross Rt 117, turn left and enter Drumlin Farm through the wall onto the paved path that leads to the Nature Center.

Please Note: Using GPS may direct you to Mass Audubon Headquarters offices which are across the street from Drumlin Farm and share the same address. Please look for the Drumlin Farm sign on the south side of Rt. 117.

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  • Parking is limited. Please arrive close to 10 AM or after 12:30 PM for a better chance to get a spot. We cannot guarantee a parking availability.

  • Mass Audubon Members: Please bring your membership card and cash or check for a speedy check-in.

  • Cash is preferred at the Country Store, Food, and Local Fiber Artisan stations.

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