Pine Fest—A Pine Barrens Multicultural Celebration!
When: May 21, 2016, 10 AM to 4 PM
Where: Charge Pond Campground Pavilion
Cost: FREE—but we could sure use your help to keep it that way. Please donate to Pine Fest.
Looking for adventure, right where you live? Looking for an outdoor activity that family and friends can do together, practically in your back yard? Come to Pine Fest in the beautiful Myles Standish State Forest.
A day of fun and playful environmental learning that will open your eyes and heart to the Greater Pine Barrens of Southeastern Massachusetts.
Massachusetts Archaeological Society
"Tool Time" use pre-contact Native American artifacts—Try out the bow drill! What's Your Artifact? Illustrate one object from your life that would describe the most about you to archaeologists 500 years in the future.
Visit a traditional Wampanoag Fishing Camp
Find Pine Fest: Pine Fest will be easy to find. Just enter Myles Standish State Forest and follow the Pitch Pine signs to Charge Pond. There'll be plenty of free parking.
Thank you to our Partners and Supporters:
Pine Fest is sponsored by the Southeastern Pine Barrens Alliance and the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation and the Massachusetts Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, and by the Town of Plymouth Promotions Fund.
Pine Fest is supported through the generosity of the Massachusetts Cultural Councils of the towns of Carver, Bridgewater, Kingston, Plympton, Plymouth, Duxbury, Rochester, Middleborough, Rochester, and the Massachusetts Cultural Council Festivals Fund.
Environmental Learning is fun, exciting and healthy!
Educating ourselves, our neighbors and everyone who comes into the area about the globally rare ecology of southeastern Massachusetts is critical to preserving the character and wildlife of the Atlantic Coastal Pine Barrens Ecoregion.
Pine Fest will give those who know and love the Pine Barrens a chance to share their passion with you in the beautiful Myles Standish State Forest.
All learning activities, entertainment and demonstrations at Pine Fest will engage both children and adults in explorations into:
- Local Culture: How people past and present depend on, interact with and understand the land;
- Local Ecology: What makes SE Mass so special;
- Sustainable Recreation: Come outside and have some fun!
- Healthy Living: protecting ecosystems while we take care of our human needs.
Camp at the Myles Standish State Forest for Pine Fest. Contact Reserve America for your camping reservations.
Volunteers needed! Please contact SEMPBA by phone (774) 773-9982, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!