The Joys of Nature: Stamps Come Alive at Spellman Museum

On Saturday, September 17 at 11 am, you are invited to Spellman Museum of Stamps and Postal History for more of their Stamps Come Alive! programming–this time is a hands-on animal program called “The Joys of Nature.”

The Stamps Come Alive program features speakers who bring to life subjects featured on stamps including owls, alligators, clocks, dinosaur fossils, farm animals, and historic personalities. These periodic programs are held at the Museum with visiting experts and their live props. Exhibits of related stamps are part of the programs.

The Joys of Nature program on September 17 is presented by Joy Marzolf who has been doing live animal and nature programs for children, and all ages, for over 20 years.  She brings her special and intriguing live animals to the Spellman for a hands-on, furry experience. Great for children and adults of all ages!

Courtesy photo. Not a furry animal. But a cool one.

Space is limited!

Please RSVP at the following link (not required, but helpful): HERE’S MY RSVP

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Weston Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.

The Spellman Museum can be found on the Regis College campus at 241 Wellesley Street in Weston. For more information, please call 781-768-8367, send an email to or see their website here.

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