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Winter (Post-Labor Day through June)
Wed-Fri: 1-4 pm
Sat-Sun: 11-4 pm
Summer (June 15 through Labor Day)
Mon-Fri: 11-4 pm
Sat-Sun: 11-5 pm

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Adults: $6
Seniors, military, and groups: $5
Students: $4
Children ages 5 and under: Free

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POEM OF THE DAY

  • Field Path by John Clare
        The beams in blossom with their spots of jet     Smelt sweet as gardens wheresoever met;     The level meadow grass was in the swath;     The hedge briar rose hung right across the path,     White over with its flowers--the grass that lay     Bleaching beneath the twittering heat to hay     Smelt so deliciously, the puzzled bee     Went wondering where the honey sweets could be;     And passer-bye along the level rows     Stoopt down and whipt a bit beneath his nose.

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