Relax in Boston with a sketching class
From 11 May 2013 To 11 May 2013Address
Mount Auburn Cemetery, 580 Mt Auburn Street, Cambridge, MA 02138
Boston and the surrounding area is a beautiful place not just for its history and architecture, but also for its green spaces and wildlife.
It can be tempting to stay in the city when visiting, but guests at Boston hotels may want to take advantage of a special event in nearby Cambridge that will allow them to see more of the countryside.
Sketching Plants and Flowers is an art class being run in conjunction with the Harvard Museum of Natural History on May 11th.
Instructor Erica Beade will meet participants at the Mount Auburn Cemetery and they will be taught how to capture the beauty of the plants and flowers they see on paper.
It is a stunning place to sit and sketch and all skill levels are welcome for a price of $40 for two hours.
This event is sure to be popular, so online registration via the museum website is essential for anyone hoping to go.
Although the event is in Cambridge, it is still easy to get to for guests at the Millennium Bostonian Hotel Boston. Either drive down the I-90 West, or hop on the red line of the subway towards Alewife.
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