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Apr 21: 13th Annual Earth Day Charles River Cleanup

Want to make a difference in your community? Join us Saturday April 21st for the annual Charles River Cleanup! Last year, over 3,000 volunteers worked to remove 50 tons of trash along the 80 mile stretch of the Charles River from Boston to Bellingham! Please join us to pick up trash and improve the appearance of the Charles and surrounding open spaces! We provide clean-up supplies, snacks, and a free T-shirt for volunteers. Please bring your own reusable water bottle.

Sign up online or  call 781-788-0007 x 303. For more information about the cleaup please visit www.charlesriver.org

Starts: 4/21/2012 9:00 AM

Ends: 4/21/2012 12:00 PM

Location(s): Boston

URL: www.charlesriver.org

Contact information: 781-788-0007 x303

Cost: Free

Attachments: 2012_Flier.pdf



Apr 20: Earth Day on the Greenway

Celebrate Earth Day with all of Boston!

Friday, April 20, 2012, 11am – 1pm

Location Dewey Square Park (Summer St & Pearl St)
Summary Celebrate Earth Day while learning about sustainability and organic practices through free, fun, family activities in Dewey Square Park.

Join the Greenway Conservancy staff, YouthBuild Boston, North Bennett Street School and the EPA as we showcase the new Dewey Demonstration Gardens. In addition to learning about raised beds, rain gardens and composting, you can visit with representatives from Boston Natural Areas Network, WalkBoston, the Boston Tree Party and our own Green and Grow program. We’ll have interactive music making with the Ecology of Sound, face painting, games for kids and adults alike and great food from our resident food trucks. There’s also a rumor that the EPA volunteer band, the Hazardous Constituents, might make an appearance!

April 19: “Yert” Film Screening

When: Thursday, April 19th at 7:00pm

Where: Olin 11

Called to action by a planet in peril, three friends hit the road—traveling with hope, humor, and all of their garbage—to explore every state in America in search of the extraordinary innovators and citizens who are tackling humanity’s greatest environmental crises.

Click here for more information on the film. Here’s the trailer:

Sponsored by CMS and the Environmental Studies Program.

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