Green Up the Blue Hills

Fiona McGarry with daughter Nia from Quincy

Sunday, June 5, 1-3:30 p.m.
Park at Temple Beth David, 1060 Randolph Street, Canton.

This is event is rain or shine!  See you this afternoon!

Please help protect the forests by joining us at the annual Green Up!  While we certainly help the forest by pulling invasive weeds at this event, you will also enjoy music, face painting, crafts, and a scavenger hunt along the way!

If you’re interested in attending, please RSVP to Greenup@FriendsoftheBlueHills.org or call 617-696-8248.  It is a short, scenic walk from the parking lot to the Ponkapoag AMC Cabins. The event will take place rain or shine – so come on out, bring the family and your gardening gloves!

In partnership with Kohl’s Associates in Action.

 

4 Responses to “Green Up the Blue Hills”

  1. Howie Gonia says:

    Can I volunteer on 6/5/16— and take my kayak straight across the lake (pond) to the AMC cabins, instead of walking around?
    Thanks, should be a fun time; hope the weather is nice!
    Howie Gonia
    Canton

  2. Susan Halling says:

    Thinking about doing this. I think I need to phone perhaps and probably will only do an hour.

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