Below are directions to our classes in Berlin MA.
Berlin is easily reached from Route 495 (exit 26) and Route 290 (exit 25B).
The new location for our Summer Program! Tyler Conservation Area and Brewer Brook are part of Berlin’s conservation land. The entrance that we will be using is in the center of Berlin on the corner of Rte 62 and Pleasant Street. We will be meeting in the big meadow below the stone wall (Berlin Meadows). If you need an address for the GPS you can use the Clinton Savings Bank address, which is right across the street, 35 Central Street, Berlin. You can park alongside the road, or pull up gently onto the grass.
The frog and turtle pond is right next to the Berlin elementary school, located at 34 South Street in Berlin. As you turn onto South Street from the center of town, the pond will be on your left behind the tennis courts. To park, drive past the tennis courts and pull into the dirt driveway on your left, before you get to the school driveway.
Our indoor classroom and the location for our homeschool classes is located at 19 Carter Street in Berlin. It is on your right, as you turn onto Carter Street from Rte 62. Parking is in the driveway and along the street. We meet downstairs, through either door at the back of the building. This is our new town 'community gathering place', so be sure to check out the upstairs portion of the building when you get a moment. They have coffee and lots of tables upstairs and places to meet old and new friends.
The other classroom we meet in is located at 24 Central Street in the center of Berlin. It is the first building on the right, as you turn onto Carter Street from Rte 62. It is a white building with a green door, and you can park along the driveway. Walk in the door and turn into the third classroom on the left. This classroom has lots of space and access to beautiful conservation land, owned by both the town and the state.
Hands on Nature
Hands on Nature • 67 Carter Street, Berlin MA 01503 • (508) 981-1335 • firstname.lastname@example.org • A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization
Hands On Nature programs are instructed by Heather Simpson. She has completed naturalist training through the Wilderness Awareness School in Washington. Her previous education includes a BA in Sociology from Skidmore College (where she graduated Phi Beta Kappa) and a Masters degree in Peace Studies from the University of Lancaster in England. She also is certified as a Lead Teacher by the Dept of Early Education and Care. Heather is the Founder and Director of Hands On Nature. She has three children and lives in Berlin MA.
Jean Marie Johnson
Designed by Haley Fong,
Former Student and Summer Assistant
Generous donations and refreshments for 2018 Summer Programs have been donated by:
Cabelas in Berlin
Clinton Savings Bank
Hannaford in Clinton
Walmart in Hudson
Lowes in Hudson
BJs in Hudson
Thank you so much!
Connecting children to their natural world through outdoor educational hands-on experiences