Pitch A Blanket Day on Boston’s Waterfront
Join Boston Waterfront Partners to celebrate and enjoy public spaces on Boston’s waterfront. Pack a picnic, pitch a blanket, and enjoy games with friends and neighbors—and learn more about your rights along Boston’s waterfront, too.
Date: July 25, 5:30–7:00 p.m.
Location: The Public Green, Seaport District (1 Marina Park Drive)
More Information and RSVP: clf.org/publicspace
What’s next for Peddocks Island? Advocates are planning its future — and they want the public’s help
A sampling of ideas [are] being floated as part of the Peddocks Island Vision Plan, a long-term project to reimagine and develop the second-largest Boston Harbor island, with the hope of attracting more visitors to its shorelines.→Source: The Boston Globe
TACC Waterways Data Walk – Connecting Residents of Roxbury and North Dorchester to Boston’s Waterfront
Explore what The American City Coalition (TACC) and partners Kelley Chunn & Associates and Denterlein have learned from their Waterways project and discuss solutions for building a stronger connection between Boston’s neighborhoods and the waterfront.
Date: May 31, 8:00–10:00 a.m.
Location: Boston Society of Architects, 290 Congress Street, Boston
RSVP: Email firstname.lastname@example.org by May 24
Beyond Walls Launches an Idea for Lynn’s Waterfront
The creative nonprofit has partnered with MassDevelopment and the civic crowdfunding platform Patronicity to build a temporary waterfront park at the Lynn Ferry Terminal, according to a press release. They need to raise $50,000 before they can get it up and running.→Source: ItemLive
Piers Park Sailing Center 2019 Opening Day – Free Sailing
Join PPSC for free sailing kayaking, food, and live music to celebrate 21 years on the water!
Date: May 4, 1:00–4:00 p.m.
Location: Piers Park, East Boston
More Information: facebook.com/events
Meet the Aquarium’s New President
Walk into Vikki Spruill’s office with its views of Central Wharf and the Rose Kennedy Greenway, and—apart from Boston Harbor—the first thing to catch the eye is a sign she placed on her bookshelf her first day as President and CEO of the New England Aquarium: If your ship hasn’t come in, swim out to it.→Source: New England Aquarium
- Friends of the East Boston Greenway: →Monthly Meeting
- Friends of the Boston HarborWalk: →Monthly Meeting