Boston Harbor Now Partners with Greater Boston Community Groups to Provide Free Public Access to the Harbor and Harbor Islands
This summer, more than 6,700 residents of Boston and surrounding communities joined Boston Harbor Now for free cruises around Boston Harbor and to the Boston Harbor Islands.→Source: North End Waterfront
For the sixth year in a row, a group of local non-profits have illuminated Boston Harbor for Labor Day weekend.→Source: North End Waterfront
The Piers Park Sailing Center and Save the Harbor/Save the Bay have joined forces in East Boston to education local kids about the environment and get them out onto Boston Harbor.→Source: WCVB5
Participate in one or all of these community-based collaborative art experiences along our meandering harbor, culminating in an all-inclusive public exhibit in “A Street” Park in South Boston.
Date: July 23-August 11
Location: Various Locations
More Information: eventbee.com/event?eid=178769024#/rsvp
Be part of the first annual East Boston Marine Science & Maritime Festival, organized by The Harborkeepers. Have a fun day by the waterfront with art, science, music, and food!
Date: July 14, 2018
Location: Constitution Beach, East Boston
More Information: facebook.com/events/944063752420099/
Share your ideas about what kind of waterfront access, parks and open spaces, and walking/biking improvements you want to see in your neighborhood. Join us for drinks, snacks, and lively conversation dockside!
Date: June 14, 2018
Location: Schrafft’s Center and Docks
More Information: facebook.com/events/255263028546921/