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In 1968, Congress passed the National Wild and Scenic Rivers Act, to protect free-flowing rivers. We hope you’ll join us in celebrating 50 years of the Act, which has protected 12,000 river miles across the country.

Riverfest is the annual celebration of your Wild and Scenic River. Events are listed below by date and town. All events are free!

This year only: Post your photos in our anniversary photo contest by using the hashtag #mysuasco on Facebook or Instagram, and take a shot at winning fun prizes! Contest rules online at Sudbury-assabet-concord.org.

Thank you to this year's event sponsors:

Sudbury FarmsStelio's in BillericaConcord Tea Cakes, Concord Animal Hospital 

And our lead organizational partners:   OARSSudbury Valley Trustees,   Umbrella Center for the Arts,  MA DEP, and US Fish and Wildlife Service

 

What is the Wild and Scenic River System?

Designated Rivers and their communities receive Federal dollars for their care and long-term protection, which includes funds for education and recreation programs, signage, bridge and bank restoration, ensuring clean water, and other needs that benefit us all.

The Sudbury, Assabet and Concord Wild and Scenic River is a Partnership River, meaning it is collectively cared for by a partnership of local towns, non-profit groups, state and federal agencies called the River Stewardship Council. 

Billerica

Middlesex Canal Exhibits

Learn about the Middlesex Canal, the greatest work of its kind in the United States until the Erie Canal. Special exhibit is the 1861 plan of the three rivers by the engineers reporting on the flooding of the river meadows.

Kayakers can take out above the Billerica Falls Dam at the canal entrance/parking lot on 2 Old Elm Street and walk parts of the canal that John and Henry Thoreau traveled between the Merrimack and Concord Rivers. The Middlesex Canal Museum. 71 Faulkner St.

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Concord

Some Were For Making A Stand

Join a Park Ranger for a 20-minute program at the benches by the Old North Bridge  (269 Monument Street.). Learn about the opening battle of the American Revolution on April 19, 1775, and the powerful legacy of this event in American history.

269 Monument Street, Concord, MA

11:30, 2:30, 3:30, 4:30pm

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Billerica

Fishing Derby

Join Billerica Department of Recreation for the annual free Yankee Bassmasters of New England Fishing Derby at Micozzi Beach on Nutting Lake (586 Middlesex Turnpike).

Bait provided (or bring your own). Prizes for top anglers and free lunch for all youth participants.

For more information contact Donna Hansen at Billerica Recreation at 978-671-0921.

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Billerica

Walk with Thoreau along the Middlesex Canal

Join experienced guide Marlies Henderson to explore extant portions of the Middlesex Canal, reading passages from Henry David Thoreau describing the towpath, from the Billerica Falls to Middlesex Village.

Meet at the gazebo at the falls. Easy 3-hour walk. High boots recommended. 

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Billerica

Paddle the Concord River

Enjoy this 3-hour round trip easy paddle from just below the Billerica Falls toward the Lowell Centennial dam. Bring your own canoe/kayak and life jacket (required). Meet leaders Marlies Henderson and Ed Reiner by the North Billerica Fire Station boat ramp off 21 Lowell St.

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Bedford/Carlisle

Foss Farm to Greenough Conservation Land

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Concord

Assabet River Walk

Join the Concord Land Conservation Trust for a 1.5-hour walk to explore the landscapes along the Assabet River.

Park along the Nashawtuc Road causeway and meet at the corner of Nashawtuc and Musketaquid Roads.

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Concord

Sudbury River Pontoon Boat Tours

Free 1-hour boat tour leaves from the South Bridge Boat House. To book a seat call 978-371-1785. Advance reservations strongly recommended.

496 Main Street, Concord

9:30 am & 11 am

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Concord

Walden Woods Exploration

Naturalist Peter Alden will lead a 2-hour guided tour, focusing on birds and plants, from Fairhaven Hill to Fairhaven Bay. This will be an easy 1.5 mile walk in the Wright Woods.

Meet at the corner of Fairhaven Road and Arena Terrace (turnoff just east of Walden Woods farmstand on Rte. 2 eastbound). No RSVP needed.

Co-sponsored by the Concord Land Conservation Trust

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Framingham

Sudbury River Paddle

Enjoy a calm canoe paddle with Friends of Saxonville. Learn about the history of the river in Saxonville and its current threats.

RSVP to reserve a canoe at , or bring your own.

Meet at 151 Central Street.

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Framingham

Saxonville Historical Walking Tours

Join Historic Preservation Planner with the Framingham Historical Commission and Historic District Commission on a walking tour of Saxonville focusing on its significant architectural and historic features.

RSVP at 508-532-5455. Meet at the old Danforth St. Bridge.

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Framingham

Self-Guided Nature/Discover Walk

Enjoy a self-guided walk along the Sudbury River on the Carol Getchell Trail. Follow the signs to immerse yourself in a natural flood plain associated with the river. Continue to the end of the trail and visit our table at the Old Danforth Street Bridge to construct your own levees and dams in our flood plain model.

Start at Little Farms Road or at the Sudbury Landing entrance.

Call the Conservation Office at 508-532-5460 for more information.

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Framingham

Saxonville Falls to Floodgates

Join the Friends of Saxonville for an historical overview of the Saxonville flood control gates and the levee featuring Kevin Swope, author of “The Saxonville Mills”. We will walk upstairs onto the levee embankment that protects Saxonville from flooding and down a grassy slope to the Mills parking lot. Then, descend a short flight of stairs to view Saxonville Falls from beneath the Central St. Bridge.

Wear sturdy, nonslip footwear. Bring water and sunscreen.

Meet at the Saxonville Fire Station on Watson Place. For more information, call Herb Everett at 781-801-8824.

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Framingham

Sudbury River Headwaters

Join a naturalist from the Framingham Conservation Commission for a walk in grassy and wooded areas along Cochituate Brook Trail to Lake Cochituate. Wear sturdy, nonslip footwear and bring water, sunscreen and insect repellent.

Meet at Reardon Park, 4 Maymont Drive. Leashed dogs welcome. For more information, call Clayton Hutchinson at 508-532-5460.

Check for updates about Framingham events at www.FriendsofSaxonville.org.

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Concord

One Fish, Two Fish

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Sudbury

Invasive Weed Harvesting

Hand -pull water chestnut in canoes on Grist Mill Pond. Canoes will be available for use on a first come first served basis. Volunteers 14 and older may participate. Register by June 15: or 978-505-0426.

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Sudbury

Fishing Event & Family Festivities at Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge

Join us for a fun-filled day of hands-on activities. Bring a picnic and enjoy a series of activities. Rain or shine at the Refuge Headquarters, 73 Weir Hill Rd. For more information call 978-443-4661.

Calling All Anglers: Beginners and experienced anglers come join MassWildlife’s angler education program and staff from Cabela’s to learn how to fly-cast, spin-cast, and even tie your own fly. All equipment will be provided. This event qualifies as a free fishing day, so state fishing licenses are not required. 10am–2pm

Outdoor Yoga: Join us for this family-friendly yoga session out in nature led by Meghan Powers from Bliss Be With You. Children are welcome and a few mats will be available (first come, first serve). Please bring your own mat if you have one. If rain, the yoga will be held indoors with a gorgeous view of the Sudbury River. 10:15–11am

Wildlife-Up Close and Personal: Join Mass Audubon’s Drumlin Farm naturalist for a family-friendly visit with native wildlife, birds and reptiles that live along the banks of the rivers and depend on a healthy habitat. 10:30am–12:30pm

Plein Air Painting: Art instructor Cecilia Sharma’s free watercolor workshop with demonstration and personal instruction. Get inspired from nature by painting in Plein air while learning to capture the illusion of light and depth in your landscape painting. There will be a demonstration of helpful techniques to discover basic shapes and forms in nature. Please bring the following: a set of 12 watercolor paints, a palette to mix colors on, brushes (3 watercolor brushes 1" flat. #12 round and # 6 round), cold pressed 140-lb watercolor paper (9x12, 12x14, or 12x16) - loose sheet taped to a board or watercolor block, pencils and erasers, and a light easel to carry or a small chair. Bring water, sunscreen, insect repellent, hat and comfortable shoes. If rain, will be held indoors with a gorgeous view of the Sudbury River. 11am–2pm 

Celebrate our Earth with Music: Guitarist Paul Goldman will lead a children’s sing-along with songs we all know and some of his own. Come sing, dance, play instruments, or just listen. 12–1pm

Snakes of New England and the World: See a variety of local snakes close up, and a few exotic ones too. Rick Roth, Director of the Cape Ann Vernal Pond Team, will bring some of his favorites and talk about their lives and habits. 1pm

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Sudbury

Sunset Paddle on the Sudbury

Enjoy an evening paddle along a peaceful stretch of the Wild & Scenic portion of the Sudbury River with Sudbury Valley Trustees. Paddle will begin and end at River Rd. Bring your own canoe or kayak and life jacket (required). Registration required at  www.svtweb.org/programs.

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Wayland

History Paddle

Travel in time with Brian Donahue, Brandeis University history professor and expert on the Sudbury River. Paddle to Sherman’s Bridge through the wide meadows that prompted the founding of Wayland and Sudbury and hear stories of a fascinating and sometimes lurid past. Meet at the Rte. 20 boat launch. Bring your canoe/kayak and life jacket (required). Cars will be available at Sherman’s Bridge Road. to ferry you back. Call if you have space in your boat, or need space in someone else’s boat: 508-358-2980.

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Wayland Photo Walk

Join Sudbury Valley Nature Photographers and Hendrik Broekman for a stroll around the 65-acre plot, looking for interesting photos in a mixture of forest and field with views across the Sudbury River marshes (leaves permitting), and the sunset. All ages and abilities welcome. Meet at the Cow Common parking lot on Old Sudbury Road (Rte. 27) across from the North Cemetery. Rain date: Sunday. If you have any questions, call 508-358-2980. 

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Bedford/Carlisle

Sunrise and Birding Canoe/Kayak Paddle

Join wildlife specialist Ken Harte for a 2 to 3-hour paddle on the Carlisle section of the Concord River and the Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge. A stop is scheduled at a casual riverside restaurant for a hearty breakfast and to compare notes. Near the end of the trip there will be an optional stop at the protected Elliott Concord River Preserve. Bring your canoe/kayak, life jacket (required), binoculars, breakfast money, water and guidebooks. Sign in at 5:15am at the Bedford Boat Landing (Rte. 225). In case of inclement weather or flood conditions, call 978-369-0335 for confirmation.

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Billerica

Micozzi Beach and Paddle

Enjoy free admission to Micozzi beach and enjoy free canoe, kayak, and SUP rentals (weather permitting). For more information contact Donna Hansen at Billerica Recreation, 978-671-0921.

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Concord

October Farm Riverfront Walk

Naturalist Peter Alden will lead a 2-hour walk, focusing on birds and plants including the only wild living Bald Cypress north of Maryland (perhaps planted by William Brewster), along this wonderful new property along the west bank of the Concord River. Wide trails traverse several small hills and wetlands. Meet at Old North Bridge parking lot on Monument Street. Co-sponsored by Concord Land Conservation Trust. No RSVP needed.

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Concord

Nashoba Brook Fishing Class

OARS will run a 1.5-hour fishing class for children ages 6-13 on the banks of the brook in West Concord.

Registration required by June 14. Call 978-369-3956.

Meet at the Nashoba Brook Dam on Commonwealth Avenue.

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Concord

Ride for the Rivers

Bike ride with the 

 

 

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Concord

The Concord River Through Time

Our Wild & Scenic river has been of great importance to people living in this area for thousands of years; from a Native American village, the English colonial settlement, and a town in the midst of war and revolution; followed by a revolution of words and thoughts. Co-sponsored by Minute Man National Historical Park, The Old Manse: Trustees of Reservations, and the Concord Museum

Meet at the  Old North Bridge.

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Concord

Three Rivers Solstice Paddle

Paddle on our Wild & Scenic Rivers. Launch from the Old Calf Pasture launch on Lowell Road. Bring boat (or rent one from the South Bridge Boat House), snacks and drinks, life jacket (must be worn if under 12), picnic if staying for the ) for more information and if you want to be notified of changes.

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Yoga, Music, Art and History at The Old Manse

Come to the riverbank by foot, or paddle, bring a picnic, and enjoy an afternoon of entertainment at the historic Old Manse. For boat rentals contact South Bridge Boat House at 978-369-9438.

Robbins Open House Learn Concord’s early African-American history at the Robbins House, built for the son and daughter of slavery survivor and Revolutionary War veteran Caesar Robbins in the early 1800s. River stories from Thoreau’s journal notes and from Jack Garrison, the fastest ice skater in town, will be on display! 11–4pm

Outdoor Yoga Join us for this family-friendly yoga session out in nature with Meghan Powers from Bliss Be With You. Children are welcome and a few mats will be available (first come, first serve). Please bring your own mat if you have one. If rain, the yoga will be held under a tent with a gorgeous view of the Concord River. 11:30am–12:15pm 

Celebrate our Earth with Music: Guitarist Paul Goldman will lead a children’s sing-along with songs we all know and some of his own. Come sing, dance, play instruments, or just listen. 
12:30–1:30pm

Create Your Own Fish and Turtles Join OARS to turn recycled soda bottles into colorful fish and bowls into turtles. Younger children can create their own watersticks. And, get your face painted. 1–2:30pm

Window Writing Come write your thoughts, wishes, and ideas on glass panes just like the Hawthornes and other Old Manse residents did. Finished panes will be displayed so everyone can see the art that’s been created. Suitable for all ages (with a little adult assistance). 1–3pm 

Wetland Wildlife Join Mass Audubon naturalist for a family-friendly visit with native wildlife, birds and reptiles that live along the banks of the rivers and depend on a healthy habitat. 1–3pm

RIVERUKE! Come celebrate the joys of rivers in song. Bring your uke, a stand, and a seat; please download and print chord charts & words at http://tinyurl.com/riveruke. All are welcome! No Uke? Come and sing with us or just enjoy the sounds as you explore the river banks at the Old Manse. For info, call Mai at 508-358-5430. 1:30–3pm 

Old Manse House Tours Enjoy a special dusk exploration of the Old Manse, a property of the Trustees of Reservations and the historic home of Emerson and Hawthorne, situated on the banks of the Concord River. Sign up on day of is required.
Space is limited. 6 & 7pm

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Concord

Solstice Cardboard Boat Challenge

Celebrate Riverfest with Musketaquid Arts and Environment and OARS. Take part in the challenge to build and race a cardboard boat in the Concord River!

Race winner categories: first to cross finish line in boat; most creative Concord River habitat design; most spectacular sinking. Bring your team, imaginations, and intrepid spirit. Boat-making materials provided.

Advance registration required (closes at noon on Saturday, registration at event if supplies allow)Register here.  

Cardboard Boat Challenge Rules.

 

 

 

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Concord

Summer Solstice Celebration

Complete Riverfest by celebrating the arrival of summer on the rivers with OARS and Musketaquid at the Old Manse. (269 Monument Street). 

Music: Music with Sawyer Lawson will entertain those who wish to picnic on the beautiful grounds of the Old Manse. 6:30pm

Illuminated Flotilla with Voices of the Earth Chorus: Paddle from the picnic up the Concord River. Boat rentals available from the )!  8pm

 

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Framingham

Mindfulness and Yoga on the Trail

Enjoy a meditative walk along the Carol Getchell trail with stops for mindfulness exercises and yoga designed to open our senses and our hearts to becoming more fully present to the woods and the river. Led by Rev. Debbie Clark, Interfaith Coordinator and Yoga Teacher, Open Spirit and Rabbi Katy Allen, Facilitator, One Earth Collaborative, a project of Open Spirit. Contact Katy at

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Sudbury

Father’s Day Rubber Duck Race

Sponsored by Hop Brook Protection Association and the Sudbury Ponds and Waterways Committee at the Grist Mill by Sudbury’s Wayside Inn. Free and open to kids 12 and under. Prizes will be awarded for the first 3 winners. The Miller will be available at the Mill for a demonstration. For information, contact or 978-505-0426.

 

 

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