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Massabesic Center Re-Opening

Tuesday, October 26

For the first time since April 2020, the Massabesic Center will be open to the public! We are so excited to announce our long-awaited re-opening. Starting on October 26, the center (MAC) will be open Tuesdays-Fridays from 11am-4pm. MAC is free to visit, and the animal room, gift shop and facilities will be available to all who come by.

The gardens and trails remain open daily from dawn to dusk. Stop in and say hello!

Photo: Massabesic Center view from the meadow (Walter Keane).

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