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The Ipswich, Massachusetts preserve known as Wolf Hollow is dedicated to the preservation of native wolf species. Visitors may observe grey wolves in their natural environment and learn about the place these animals occupy in the regional ecosystem.
Offering classes and workshops for adults and children, Metamorphosis Art & Design is an art studio that is available for birthday parties. The shop has special 'Spirited Painter Nights' where artists get to paint and enjoy a beverage with friends.
An ice skating facility named for former mayor William Shea, Shea Memorial Skating Rink offers open skating sessions along with ice rental and hockey games. The facility also provides skate sharpening, skate rental and a snack bar.
With regularly rotating exhibitions, Genovese Sullivan Gallery showcases modern and contemporary art pieces in the form of sculpture, pottery, paintings, and other mediums. The gallery hosts receptions for each new exhibition where visitors can meet the artist.
Whether one rides for show or for pleasure, Horseplay Stables offers a scenic and friendly experience. The stables offer riding lessons and training for both adults and children, as well as offering boarding options for equine owners.
There are many activities that Cold Spring Park hosts, with different areas for tennis, soccer, basketball and softball. A running trail circles the park, which also contains a dog park as well as a seasonal farmer's market.
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At Rogers Center for the Arts patrons can view art exhibits, listen to poets and other speakers, and watch other events like opera, concerts, dance, film and theater. The center can seat 600 people.
Stage Fort Park is a local park and a historic site being home to Gloucester's first settlers who arrived here in 1623. The park comprises of two beaches called Half Moon Beach which is more of a lagoon, and Cressy's Beach which is more rocky and natural.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Eastern Point Lighthouse offers beautiful ocean views. Although unable to tour the interior, there is lots to see including an historic bell. Access to a walking path is also available.