Tour: Seek Your Native Bees
There’s more to bees than honeybees! Our native bees in Massachusetts come in a variety of sizes and colors. In this leisurely walk, we’ll go on a Bee Safari for Pollinator Week. You’ll see what they look like and where they live. You’ll also see other pollinators and beneficial insects.
Meet in front of Story Chapel. Presented by Pam Phillips, head of Friends of Bees, a working group in Watertown Citizens For Peace, Justice, and the Environment.
COVID-19 PROTOCOLS: Mount Auburn Cemetery no longer requires visitors and staff to wear masks, either indoors or outdoors, in accordance with the CDC’s guidelines and the lifting of the Massachusetts mask mandate.
Individuals who are fully vaccinated do not need to wear a mask, and individuals who are not vaccinated are advised to wear a mask but it is no longer mandated. We encourage everyone to continue wearing masks in accordance with CDC guidelines for vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals.
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Funding for programs has been provided in part by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.