WICKED HIGH TIDE: A SHIPBOARD CONVERSATION ABOUT BOSTON’S CLIMATE RESILIENCY EFFORTS

Phyllis Theermann

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As with other major coastal cities, Boston is confronted with increasing challenges from hurricanes, heightened storm surges and growing flood risks as a result of climate change and sea-level rise.

Join your fellow Wellesley neighbors for an exciting & educational boat tour of Boston Harbor, where you’ll see first-hand how the city is managing and planning for anticipated impacts on it’s coastline, harbor and ports. Enjoy this informal discussion with a city official, while taking in the views of beautiful Boston Harbor from sea.

Light snacks are included and a cash bar is available. Tickets are limited. Sign-up today!

Don’t want to drive? No problem; carpools from Wellesley are being organized. Simply email contacts below for details.

Speaker: Brian Swett, Chief of Environment, Energy, & Open Space, City of Boston
Date: Sunday, September 14
Time: Departs from Long Wharf. Boarding 2.30-3.00, sailing 3.00-6.00
Cost: $45; checks payable to Wellesley Congregational Church
Experience: Priceless!
Contact: Mary Gard (mgard62@gmail.com) or Cynthia Curtis (cyn.j.curtis@gmail.com)

Sponsored by The Wellesley Village Church Environmental Ministry

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