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Going Out of Business Sale

April 1st 2014
Wild Ruby Galleria

Sadly, Wild Ruby Galleria is going out of business at the end of April. Get amazing bargains on all of our artisan-crafted gifts while they last! Displays and other furniture also available ...

Yoga in the Garden

April 4th 2014
Elm Bank
Price: 18.00

Enjoy yoga in a peaceful, verdant setting as the gardening season begins. Instructor Cory Halaby has been practicing yoga and meditation for more than ten years. All levels welcome and encourage...

Isabelle’s Scavenger Hunt

April 8th 2014
American Girl

Any Tuesday in April, learn about Isabelle, our newest Girl of the Year! Your girl will go on a seek-and-find scavenger hunt throughout the store, collecting fun facts about Isabelle along the way. Pl...

Weekend Encampment of the Revolutionary War

April 18th 2014
Concord Museum

The Museum’s lawn will transform into a Revolutionary War encampment over the Patriots’ Day weekend, with skilled re-enactors from David Brown’s Company setting up camp overnight and interacting...

No School "Fun" Day!

April 18th 2014
Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
Price: 40.00

No school? Have fun in Nature at Broadmoor! Spring is super busy at Broadmoor. Come learn about and explore the changing world of spring wildlife, play games and much more. Join us for the morning...

From Dawn to Dead of Night: A Revolutionary War Encampment

April 18th 2014
Concord Museum

On Friday afternoon, watch as re-enactors assemble on the lawn, set up camp, and spend the night at the Museum on the eve of the anniversary of April 19th, 1775. On Saturday morning the re-enactors w...

No School "Fun" Day!

April 18th 2014
Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
Price: 40.00

No school? Have fun in Nature at Broadmoor! Spring is super busy at Broadmoor. Come learn about and explore the changing world of spring wildlife, play games and much more. Join us for the morning...

GALLERY TALK for Guido van der Werve: Nummer veertien, home

April 18th 2014
Collins Cinema, The Davis Museum

Nummer veertien, home is a unique filmic homage to the composer Frederic Chopin—a 1000 mile triathlon from the composer’s home in Warsaw to his final resting place in Paris—accompanied by a lush...

Wacky Woodcocks

April 18th 2014
Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
Price: 12.00

Looks like a shorebird, but where's the ocean? These bizarre birds are woodcocks! They look like shorebirds, but are native to the woods at Broadmoor. Every spring, woodcocks court, filling the last h...

Animal Behavior for the Photographer

April 19th 2014
Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
Price: 35.00

Have you seen an amazing image of a common animal and wondered how it was done? How do you catch that one-of-a-kind animal shot with backyard animals or other wildlife? Learn more about the pre-shoot ...

Start Your Engines! with Olin College

April 19th 2014
The Discovery museums
Price: 11.50

Science Discovery Museum Swish! Zoom! Wow! Skip the driver’s license and craft your own car! Then take to the skies and explore the mechanics of zip lines. Join Olin College’s Engineering Discov...

Neil Wilkins - Artist Reception

April 19th 2014
TCAN

Along with Natick Center for the Arts (TCAN), Renew will be featuring an exhibition of paintings and drawings by arts, Neil Wilkins....

Gallery Talks with Concord Museum Curator David Wood

April 19th 2014
Concord Museum

David Wood will elaborate on the remarkable objects selected for The Shot Heard Round the World: April 19, 1775 and share some of their stories with us. Free with Museum Admission; space is limi...

Wacky Woodcocks

April 19th 2014
Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
Price: 12.00

Looks like a shorebird, but where's the ocean? These bizarre birds are woodcocks! They look like shorebirds, but are native to the woods at Broadmoor. Every spring, woodcocks court, filling the last h...

Vacation Week Crafts

April 21st 2014
Concord Museum

Crafts are available daily in Brooke Hall from 11:00 - 3:00. Free with Museum admission; Members free....

Patriots’ Day at the Concord Museum

April 21st 2014
Concord Museum

Revolutionary Family Fun! Crafts and games for families. A patriotic treasure hunt and Family Guide exploring the Museum’s Revolutionary War objects will enable younger visitors and families to lea...

Gallery Talks with Concord Museum Curator David Wood

April 21st 2014
Concord Museum

David Wood will elaborate on the remarkable objects selected for The Shot Heard Round the World: April 19, 1775 and share some of their stories with us. Free with Museum Admission; space is limi...

Fun in Nature: April Vacation Week: Grades K-5

April 22nd 2014
Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
Price: 75.00

Discover the wonders of spring at Broadmoor! Learn about flowers, frogs, salamanders, and lots of baby animals! We'll also enjoy the return of the birds to our fields, forests and wetlands as they hun...

ISABELLE’S DANCE JAM AT AMERICAN GIRL® BOSTON!

April 22nd 2014
American Girl

Girls will have their moment to shine in the spotlight at this fun, interactive event inspired by Isabelle, American Girl’s 2014 Girl of the Year. Before the event, local girls will go to americangi...

RECYCLE WITH STAMPS - Spellman Museum

April 22nd 2014
Spellman Museum of Stamps

Don't throw away that paper cup, glass jar, cardboard box or tin can. Bring it to the Museum to be recycled by decorating it with postage stamps. Go green! The Museum is holding its annual Earth...

Animal Adventures!

April 23rd 2014
The Discovery museums
Price: 11.50

Science Discovery Museum Join us as we welcome Animal Adventures to The Discovery Museums! Meet some exciting animals as an Animal Adventures Guide shares interesting stories and information about e...

Art for April Vacation

April 23rd 2014
deCordova Sculpture Park & Museum

Wednesday, April 23–Friday, April 25, drop in 1–3 pm Discover what happens when a traditional craft gets BIG, explore how Sculpture Park artists use repurposed materials to create installations...

Creating Chocolate from the Garden

April 23rd 2014
Chocolate Therapy
Price: 50.00

Sample Chocolate Therapy’s award-winning truffles as you learn to create your own handmade, healthy chocolate using garden ingredients. Through lecture, demonstration, sampling, and chocolate m...

Spirits of Boston Dinner!

April 24th 2014
Longfellow's Wayside Inn
Price: 50.00

On Thursday, April 24th, join us at Longfellow's Wayside Inn for delicious dinner and drinks, featuring the best locally distilled spirits available. The night will begin with a reception, featuring t...

Wellesley BlueJazz

April 25th 2014
Jewett Auditorium

Celebrate spring with small student combos playing in a variety of jazz styles....

The Science of FROZEN with Brandeis University

April 26th 2014
The Discovery museums
Price: 11.50

Science Discovery Museum It might be Spring, but we’re bringing back a little of the cold stuff! Meet scientists from Brandeis University and join them as they explore the science behind the ice cr...

The Wellesley College Choir and Chamber Singers

April 26th 2014
Houghton Chapel

This concert will feature music by Rheinberger, Poulenc, ?riks Ešenvalds, David Brunner, Nancy Telfer, and selections from the 2013 Tour Program. The choral program at Wellesley allows students to ex...

Art in the Garden at Weston Nurseries

April 27th 2014
Weston Nurseries
Price: 3.00

7th annual Art in the Garden Craft Show at Weston Nurseries in Hopkinton. The event takes place rain or shine on Sunday, April 27, 11am-4pm. This juried show will feature pottery, jewelry, garden ...

Chamber Music Society

April 27th 2014
Jewett Auditorium

The Wellesley College Chamber Music Society offers students the opportunity to explore and perform the classical repertoire for small ensembles—including strings, winds, guitar, harp, piano, harpsic...

Chamber Music Society

April 27th 2014
Jewett Auditorium

The Wellesley College Chamber Music Society offers students the opportunity to explore and perform the classical repertoire for small ensembles—including strings, winds, guitar, harp, piano, harpsic...

Frogs, Pollywogs & Fairies...Exploring the Vernal Pool

April 27th 2014
Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
Price: 6.00

Discover some of the fantastic creatures that inhabit Broadmoor's vernal pool. From frogs and tadpoles to fairy shrimp, explore what hides under the water and lives around this seasonal pool. Pre-reg...

Watercolors in Nature

April 29th 2014
Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
Price: 36.00

Let the beauty of nature inspire your painting! Watercolors are a great way to experience nature and brighten up a day. Explore the use of textures, lines, colors and more. Bring your own painting wis...

Wild & Scenic Film Festival

April 30th 2014
Fine Arts Theatre
Price: 12.00

OARS is proud to host our 6th Annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival, a selection of 2014 award-winning films from the nation's largest environmental film festival. The films share stories of love for...

Spring Greens

May 1st 2014
Tufts University HNRCA Auditorium
Price: 20.00

Explore and sample some of the first emerging plants of the season, including dandelions, chickweed, violets, and red clover. Learn about the medicinal and culinary uses of these herbs, and ho...

First Friday Nights Free! Featuring Stop & Shop Nutritionist, Julie Menounos

May 2nd 2014
The Discovery museums

Both Museums Open Join us with free admission and explore the museums at night on the first Friday of every month! We will gratefully accept food donations for Open Table of Concord and Maynard and...

SMART Gals: Produce Painting for Kids with Stop & Shop Nutritionist, Julie Menounos, MS, RD, LDN

May 2nd 2014
The Discovery museums

Science Discovery Museum Join Stop & Shop in-store nutritionist, Julie Menounos, MS, RD, LDN for an evening of hands-on fun. Come by to learn about the different forms of fruits and vegetables a...

Warblers at Mount Auburn

May 3rd 2014
Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
Price: 15.00

The arrival of warblers is one of the most anticipated events of spring and a guided walk of Mount Auburn is one of the best ways in this area to find them. These colorful songbirds give a fabulous sp...

Nature Photography: The Beauty of Spring

May 3rd 2014
Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
Price: 35.00

Explore spring habitats around Broadmoor with your camera. Learn to plan and shoot natural scenes with various photo techniques. See how composition techniques, use of natural light and changes in exp...

Belkin Family Lookout Farm Open House with FREE ADMISSION

May 3rd 2014
Belkin Farm

Save the date! Our annual spring OPEN HOUSE with FREE admission for everyone will be May 3 and 4 from 11:00 - 3:00. On Saturday, May 10, the farm will be open every weekend for the season....

Annual Holliston Spring Stroll

May 3rd 2014
Jordan Hall

Holliston Business Association presents the Spring Stroll inside the church's Jordan Hall and on the Green in front. The stroll will have hay rides, shopping at your favorite Holliston retailers, pon...

Frogs, Pollywogs & Fairies...Exploring the Vernal Pool

May 3rd 2014
Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
Price: 6.00

Discover some of the fantastic creatures that inhabit Broadmoor's vernal pool. From frogs and tadpoles to fairy shrimp, explore what hides under the water and lives around this seasonal pool. Pre-reg...

Yanvalou

May 3rd 2014
Jewett Auditorium

Yanvalou performs the traditional music of Africa and the Caribbean. Students perform on authentic instruments and experience a variety of cultures through their music and dance. Performances are pres...

Stars and Mars in May

May 3rd 2014
Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
Price: 6.00

With only a sliver of moon in a dark spring sky, this spring is the best time to view Mars as it makes its closest approach to earth. Learn about the red planet, how to use star charts, telescopes and...

Mushroom Walk and Talk

May 3rd 2014
Elm Bank
Price: 20.00

Join Michael Rogers, CLS to learn how to identify and harvest edible mushrooms. Rogers is a laboratory scientist and mushroom enthusiast who has been researching all different types of native mush...

Meet the Scientists!

May 4th 2014
The Discovery museums
Price: 11.50

Science Discovery Museum What’s it like to be a scientist? Find out in this special program when you talk to real scientists and do hands-on activities that they’ve developed. Discover why they...

Film Screening: Kiss of the Spider Woman

May 4th 2014
Collins Cinema

This spring, the Wellesley College Cinéphile Sundays series lingers over cinema's remarkable explorations of memory. Kiss of the Spider Woman is a story of sex, love and an obsessive love of movies u...

Watercolors in Nature

May 6th 2014
Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
Price: 36.00

Let the beauty of nature inspire your painting! Watercolors are a great way to experience nature and brighten up a day. Explore the use of textures, lines, colors and more. Bring your own painting wis...

ASD Friendly Afternoons (free admission for pre-registered families)

May 6th 2014
The Discovery museums

Both Museums During ASD (autism spectrum disorder) Friendly Hours, we will not host school groups or birthday parties, avoiding overcrowding and supporting accessibility of exhibits. Participate in s...

“On The Street” Asphalt Orchestra, A Radical Street Band

May 7th 2014
Wellesley College

May 7 (Wed) / 1:00 PM, 5:30 PM, and 7:00 PM In this culminating Making Space event, Asphalt Orchestra, a 12-piece, cross-genre mobile orchestra, anchors a day of participation, celebration, and sur...

KEN GLOSS comes to the NHS Museum

May 7th 2014
Natick Historical Museum

Mr. Gloss will inform and entertain through a lecture of 45 minutes to 1 hour. Then he will host a question-and-answer session and conduct a free verbal appraisal of all books and documents brought b...

Flower Take Aparts

May 8th 2014
The Discovery museums
Price: 11.50

Science Discovery Building April showers bring May flowers…Join us as we explore the inner workings of flowers. Dissect a flower and create a mini flower journal to take home and use as you discove...

Especially for Me! Free Evening for Families with Children on the Autism Spectrum

May 10th 2014
The Discovery museums

Both Museums Open Come join in all the fun and explore both museums during this special free evening for families with children on the autism spectrum. Visitors may also drop-in for a workshop with R...

Birds and Breakfast (37th Annual)

May 11th 2014
Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
Price: 8.00

Come on your own or with family and friends for guided walks followed by a homemade breakfast at the Nature Center. Guided Bird Walks (90 min) Sign up for walks starting at: 7, 8, 9 or 10am Home...

Mother's Day 5k Road Race

May 11th 2014
Natick High School
Price: 25.00

It’s Mother’s Day! Whether you’re a mom, grandmother, sister, aunt, brother, dad, son, cousin or friend, it’s time to run and celebrate the special women in your life. STRIVERS Running Club ...

Mother's Day at Southwick's Zoo

May 11th 2014
Southwick's Zoo

Celebrate Mother's Day at Southwick's Zoo! Today all moms receive 1/2 price general admission. Southwick’s Zoo, New England’s largest zoo, offers 200 acres of family fun. View giraffes, big cat...

Ian Hamilton Finlay: Arcadian Revolutionary and Avant-Gardener

May 16th 2014
deCordova Sculpture Park & Museum

This ambitious survey exhibition of the work of the internationally renowned Scottish artist, poet, and garden designer Ian Hamilton Finlay includes over 200 objects including sculptures, prints, and ...

Stand Up For Yourself: The Courage To Follow Your Own Truth

May 16th 2014
The Red Dress

Do you want to start seeing yourself as powerful and capable? Week #1 Believe in Yourself. Do you avoid telling others how you really feel because you’reterrified of the ramifications?  Week #2...

Exhibit: Lesley Dill

May 16th 2014
deCordova Sculpture Park & Museum

A 20-year survey of work by the American artist, the exhibition Lesley Dill features oil pastel drawings, a large-scale metal wall drawing, and bronze and paper sculptures in the Joyce and Edward Lind...

Exhibit opening: "Language as Inspiration"

May 16th 2014
deCordova Sculpture Park & Museum

On view in the 2nd floor galleries will be Language as Inspiration: Works from deCordova’s Permanent Collection. On view May 16-October 13, this selection of works from the Permanent Collection cele...

Lesley Dill opens at deCordova

May 16th 2014
deCordova Sculpture Park & Museum

DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum is pleased to present Lesley Dill, a 20-year survey of work by the American artist. On view from Friday, May 16, through Monday, October 13, 2014, Lesley Dill will ...

Ian Hamilton Finlay opens at deCordova

May 16th 2014
deCordova Sculpture Park & Museum

Ian Hamilton Finlay will include over 200 objects including sculptures, prints, and books. The show will be the first museum exhibition of the artist’s work in the United States since his show a...

Meet Artist Lesley Dill at deCordova

May 16th 2014
deCordova Sculpture Park & Museum

Join artist Lesley Dill, poet Tom Sleigh, and Chief Curator Jennifer Gross for a discussion about Dill’s and Sleigh’s collaborations, such as the poem by Sleigh included in Dill’s book, I Had a ...

Exhibit - 140th Anniversary Celebration

May 17th 2014
Alumni House - Framingham State

The exhibit will incorporate student life and fashions, classroom experiences, sports, reunions, alumni achievements, and alumni clubs. A retrospective fashion display, mementos, and scrapbooks will ...

Spring Lunch Celebration in the Garden

May 28th 2014
Elm Bank
Price: 20.00

Celebrate the arrival of spring vegetables, as Kitchen Confidant Lisa Caldwell demonstrates how to prepare for these vibrant spring arrivals. We’ll be treated to a delicious fresh lunch served in th...

Wellesley Summer Theatre Company Presents "Hay Fever"

May 29th 2014
Ruth Nagel Jones Theatre at Wellesley College
Price: 20.00

Chaos ensues in this Noël Coward play when the eccentric Bliss family invites a motley assortment of weekend guests to their fashionable summer home. The guests end up fleeing unnoticed by the Bliss ...

Mad About Monkeys Day!

June 1st 2014
Southwick's Zoo

Join us Southwick's Zoo for a day full of primate themed fun! Southwick’s Zoo, New England’s largest zoo, offers 200 acres of family fun. View giraffes, big cats, white rhinos, tapirs, and chim...

National Trails Day

June 7th 2014
SNETT Rail Trail

Friends of the SNETT hold cleanups, nature scavenger hunts, plantings, and walks at trailheads in Bellingham, Franklin, and other locations to commemorate the American Hiking Society's 22nd Annual Nat...

Honor Teachers Day

June 8th 2014
Southwick's Zoo

Southwick's Zoo wants to show our appreciation for our educators! Today teachers receive 1/2 price general admission. Southwick’s Zoo, New England’s largest zoo, offers 200 acres of family fun....

READ MY PINS: The Madeleine Albright Collection

June 9th 2014
Davis Museum
Price: 18.00

Organized by the Museum of Art and Design in New York, this unique traveling exhibition features more than 200 pins, many of which the incomparable Secretary Albright donned to communicate a message o...

American Elegance: Wings & Wheels Open House

June 14th 2014
Collings Foundation

The most elegant American automobiles presented in grand pageantry and motion The Collings Foundation will present American Elegance. An absolutely exquisite display of extremely rare classic cars op...

Father's Day at Southwick's Zoo

June 15th 2014
Southwick's Zoo

Celebrate Father's Day at Southwick's Zoo! Today all dads receive 1/2 price general admission. Southwick’s Zoo, New England’s largest zoo, offers 200 acres of family fun. View giraffes, big cat...

TGIS Brewfest

June 21st 2014
Royal Plaza Trade Center
Price: 45.00

TGIS Brewfest Saturday June 21st, 2014 Two Sessions 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm & 6:00 pm – 9:30 pm Formerly part of the "Taste of Downtown Marlborough & Brewfest", the "TGIS Brewfest" will be...

T.G.I.S. Brewfest (Thank God It's Summer)

June 21st 2014
Royal Plaza Trade Center
Price: 45.00

A Celebration of the "Summer Solstice" A Craft Beer Tasting Celebration Sampling of Over 50 Breweries & 200 Beers Music • Food • Summer Games & Activities Saturday, June 21, 2014 Tw...

(Iced) Coffee with the Curator

June 25th 2014
deCordova Sculpture Park & Museum

Tour Lesley Dill with Assistant Curator Lexi Lee Sullivan, then discuss the exhibition over coffee with Sullivan in deCordova | Café....

Poet in the Park - deCordova

July 17th 2014
deCordova Sculpture Park & Museum

Join acclaimed poets for a reading of their work and a conversation in response to the exhibitions. Thursday, July 17, 6:30 pm: David Rivard, Guggenheim Fellowship winner Thursday, September 18, 7 ...

ZooBabies Day

July 20th 2014
Southwick's Zoo

Who can resist baby animals? Come to Southwick's Zoo and celebrate this year's new arrivals! Birth certificates will be placed around the zoo to point out all of our current babies, and we'll have spe...

EARTH Awareness Day

August 2nd 2014
Southwick's Zoo

Join us for EARTH Awareness Day! This wonderful family event involves visiting experts and special exhibits set up throughout the zoo including a birds of prey expert and a cow milking demonstration. ...

Spirit of Hudson Food & Brewfest

August 16th 2014
Downtown Hudson
Price: 25.00

Experience tasting crafted beers from over 25 breweries & enjoy delicious food from Hudson's finest restaurants. Tickets purchased in advance are $15 for food or $25 for food and beer. Plus enjoy ...

Tea Blending Basics

August 21st 2014
Tufts University HNRCA Auditorium

Move beyond commercial tea, and learn how to blend your own unique herbal tea blends. Community herbalist and educator Steph Zabel will demonstrate how to create delicious, cooling teas for summertime...

Summer Safari Scavenger Hunt

August 24th 2014
Southwick's Zoo

Do you think you know all there is to know about Southwick’s Zoo and our animals? Join the annual “Summer Safari Scavenger Hunt” where you can test your zoological knowledge and win some cool pr...

Massachusetts Day

September 7th 2014
Southwick's Zoo

Residents of Massachusetts receive But One Get One general admission today. Must have valid ID. Southwick’s Zoo, New England’s largest zoo, offers 200 acres of family fun. View giraffes, big ca...

“Infusing Your Life with Herbs” - Karen O’Brien

September 10th 2014
Elm Bank
Price: 25.00

Learn how to take simple culinary staples, such as butters, sugars, vinegars, liqueurs, and more and transform them into something special with the addition of fresh herbs. Infuse your pantry as w...

Natick Days 2014

September 13th 2014
Natick Common

This annual family event takes place in Natick Common, Morse Institute Library, Town Hall, and Safety Buildings. Come enjoy games, art, music, and food while supporting local non-profits!...

Rhode Island & Connecticut Day

September 14th 2014
Southwick's Zoo

Residents of Rhode Island and Connecticut receive But One Get One general admission today. Must have valid ID. Southwick’s Zoo, New England’s largest zoo, offers 200 acres of family fun. View g...

Get into the Spirit!

September 14th 2014
Elm Bank

Join Boston’s top chefs and mixologists to enjoy irresistible cocktails and hors d’oeuvres and admire designer vignettes, inspired by the bounty of our organic veggie garden! To be held at...

A Day in Support of the Garden to Table Program

September 17th 2014
Whole Foods Market Wellesley

Shop at Whole Foods Wellesley anytime throughout the day and support the Garden to Table program. Whole Foods will donate 5% of all sales to Mass Hort’s Garden to Table program....

Applefest 2014

September 19th 2014
Algonquin Regional High School

Three days of community events, including a barbecue, bake-off, parade, street fair, road race, ice cream social, jewelry bazaar, and movie night. Events are held throughout Northborough, including th...

New Hampshire, Vermont, & Maine Day

September 21st 2014
Southwick's Zoo

Residents of New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine receive Buy One Get One general admission. Must have a valid ID. Southwick’s Zoo, New England’s largest zoo, offers 200 acres of family fun. View...

Oktoberfest in Hopedale

October 4th 2014
Little Red Shop Museum

Welcome to the Award Winning Oktoberfest in Hopedale! On the grounds, streets and parks surrounding the Little Red Shop Museum. Follow us on Facebook and receive up to the minute updates and announc...

Marlborough Heritage Festival

October 5th 2014
Downtown Marlborough

The Marlborough Heritage Festival is a great family event held every year on Main Street in downtown Marlborough. The purpose of this event is simply to draw the community together for an enjoyable da...

Harvest Festival

October 5th 2014
Downtown Franklin

Music, entertainment, food, children's activities, historical museum tours, and over 11 crafters and vendors....

ZooBoo Days

October 20th 2014
Southwick's Zoo

Join us at Southwick's Zoo for a week of Halloween themed fun! Children ages 3-12 in costume receice free general admission. Trick or treat through out the zoo and play the ZooBoo stamp game! Some ani...

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