On this episode of Simply Southern New England, show host Becky Gibel gets up close and personal with some Sloths & Rhinos. Find out how you can enjoy a beach bash while supporting a bird sanctuary. Learn how to make summer’s hottest dish & more!
Four Town Farm is a family owned business spanning over six generations. With acres of fruits and vegetables, you can bring the family to pick your own produce or take a tour of the farm for a full experience.
The Norman Bird Sanctuary is the largest protected open space on Aquidneck Island. Their mission is to protect and preserve 325 acres of land. you can enjoy time outside and connecting with nature during their Beach Bashes that take place during summer.
The Bay State Corvair Club is the largest club in Massachusetts with 90 members. They enjoy gathering outdoors to see and admire the Corvair collection.
Get Out & About at the Southwick’s Zoo, a family owned business that sits on 200 acres of land, and is the largest zoo in New England.
You can get up close and personal with their animal encounters where you can learn about their habits and habitats.
Presented by Paul Masse:
Get ready to learn how to make the summer’s hottest dish – Corn And Sweet Potato Chowder. Chef Nick Rabar shows you how to prepare this favorite using fresh ingredients, for a flavorful and colorful meal.
Presented by Wines & More:
At Southwick’s Zoo you can hang out with Sloths. These encounters, presented by EARTH Limited, provide zoo visitors with the opportunity to meet one of our sloths up close. Half of proceeds from sloth encounters will be donated to the Sloth Institute, and the remaining proceeds will help support EARTH Limited’s educational programming at the zoo.