Museum holds a free open house
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MARLBORO- Come to the Southern Vermont Natural History museum for free on Sunday, June 30, when the museum will open its doors for a free open house.

Special guests from Bonnyvale Environmental Education Center, Molly Stark State Park, and more will be on hand throughout the day long with the museum’s own live animal educators. The day starts with a special Weathergrams program at 10 am with Carol Berner, followed by a short walk to hang your creations on the Hogback Mountain nature trails.

HMCA and BEEC will both present and the day’s formal program wraps up with the museum’s own Michael Clough discussing and demonstrating some of the training techniques used with our new bald eagle.

Visit the museum’s website for more details and a complete schedule of events, call (802) 464-0048 or visit
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