Green Up the Blue Hills

Group from NE Aquarium

Team Up with Friends of the Blue Hills to Green Up the Blue Hills!

 You are invited to join the Friends of the Blue Hills for a spring festival of stewardship and fun.  The annual Green Up will be held on Sunday, May 31, from 1 p.m.-3:30 p.m. at the Ponkapoag AMC Cabins.  You will enjoy music, face painting, crafts and a scavenger hunt while helping with an essential task: pulling up invasive weeds that threaten the Blue Hills.  You can park at Temple Beth David, 1060 Randolph Street, Canton.  It is a short, scenic walk from the parking lot to the cabins.  The event is rain or shine, and while some gloves will be available for weeding, please bring their own gardening gloves if you have them!  Please RSVP to Anne Comber at Greenup@FriendsoftheBlueHills.org or 617-696-8248.

Karina connolly and Katie comber with Sara kaufman playing in the backgroun

Tara Garani from Sharon with Nya Domkam from quincy behind her

 Sara Kaufman with guitar croppedVick Varnum and Katherina and Mikey she works at Thatcher and lives in Stoughton

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