WalkBoston: Belmont Friendraiser: drinks +nibbles

Stay tuned for more information on this event. Please call 617-367-9255 for any immediate questions.

Mystic River Watershed Association 40th Anniversary Celebration Committee

Join your friends and neighbors in an early morning cheer to the river and watershed – a resource that has brought so much enjoyment to our community. Meet us at 9:00AM on Saturday, September 8 at the parking lot beside the new dam between the Upper and Lower Mystic Lakes. Come by bike, boat, on foot or drive. Bring strollers and your dog - whatever usually brings you to the shores of this urban beauty. We have a full family-friendly schedule that will stretch from the dam to Alewife Brook as we plan to have artists and music along the banks for your morning enjoyment.

Walk With WalkBoston

Walk With WalkBoston
Walk with WalkBoston's new staff member Julie DeMauro

Mon., September. 24th [Noon, on the steps of Old City Hall 45 School Street, Boston MA]  Join WalkBoston Safe Routes to School [SRTS] Coordinator Julie DeMauro for the second in our series of casual midday walks.

Making Way For Ducklings 25th Birthday

The Ducklings Are Turning 25!

Date: Saturday, September 29
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Place: Boston Public Garden by the Ducklings Sculpture

The Ducklings are celebrating their 25th birthday, and you're invited to their party!

Mark Fenton Comes To Fitchburg

Sept 6 - Mark Fenton Comes To Fitchburg

Posted by: Josiah Richards

Starts: 9/06/2012 5:00 PM

Ends: 9/06/2012 8:00 PM

Location(s): Fitchburg High School, 140 Arnhow Farm Rd
Contact information: Nancy Fillers at 978-343-6259 x 288 or nfillers@mocinc.org
Cost: FREE

How walkable, bikeable and economically robust is your community? Want to make it high quality and able to compete in the 21st Century? Come and learn how you can make that happen by attending this exciting workshop!

Quincy Historical Walk

Discover Historic Quincy 

Walk leaders: Jim Edwards, Architect: Pres. of Holmes & Edwards Architecture, Pres. of Quincy Historical Society.  Ed Fitzgerald, PhD: Executive Director of Quincy Historical Society 

Creating Walkable Communities

Save the date - September 20th, 1-5 p.m., UMass Dartmouth Woodland Commons
Creating Walkable Communities


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Franklin Park Bootcamp w/Personal Best Fitness

Franklin Park Moves for Health
Try out family exercise classes, see what's right for you.

Tuesday, August 28th 6:30-7:30pm
Bootcamp w/Personal Best Fitness
Next to the Golf Clubhouse (indoors if raining)

Wear comfortable clothes & sneakers.
All FREE, All abilities, All Ages - from babes in strollers, to kids, to teens, to parents, to elders!

For more information: http://www.franklinparkcoalition.org/


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