Join us at Our Annual Celebration October 6

Mark Ouellette

Join Us at Our Annual Celebration!

Thursday, October 6, 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Milton Hoosic Club, 193 Central Avenue, Milton

Please join us for the Annual Celebration of the Friends of the Blue Hills on Thursday, October 6. We will celebrate the Blue Hills, our members and friends, and everything we have accomplished together over the past year!  We’ll also draw the winning raffle for dinner for six on top of Great Blue!  Learn more about the best raffle ever!

Purchase Tickets to the Annual Celebration

Keynote speaker: Richard Primack, Professor of Biology at Boston University, distinguished author and speaker, on the effects of climate change on the Blue Hills Reservation.  Speaker bio.

Help us honor our 2016 Community Partners:

  • Meg McMillen – Quincy High School
  • Milton Fruit Center Marketplace
  • REI
  • Bob Walcott – Trail Maintenance Volunteer

Enjoy delicious hors d’oeuvres from Off the Vine Catering, cash bar, silent auction, beer tasting from Blue Hills Brewery, and much more! Tickets are $35 each if purchased by October 3 and $40 each at the door.

A big thank you to the event sponsors!

Skyline Trail Supporter

Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Milton

Great Blue Hill Guardian

Bank of Canton

Dedham Institution for Savings

Falconi Companies

Fruit Center Marketplace

Success! Real Estate – Tom O’Neill

The North Face
Buck Hill Benefactor

Anne & Jim Comber

Curry Hardware

Elaine Miller

Poirier Sales & Service

Sharon Credit Union

 

Photo credit: Mark Ouellette

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