Bring your family, neighbors and friends to march about environmental concerns in the Wellesley Parade this Sunday. Folks are lining up at 12.45pm on the corner of Elm and Washington Streets. Bring a wagon for the little ones. We have butterfly signs and pinwheels for them to hold.
Look for the sailboat and an electric vehicle promoting healthy, clean wind energy as well as the butterflies and flowers promoting healthy lawns and pollinators. Sustainable Wellesley, Wellesley Green Schools, Friends of Morses Pond, Wellesley Conservation Council, Wellesley Natural Resources Commission, Friends of Brookside and others will march together. It’s so much fun, please join us!
You will enjoy the shout outs and cheers from friendly spectators along the route.
We are grateful to Laurel for organizing us, the Bender Family for building the float, the Wellesley Municipal Light Plant for their support, and the Wellesley Wonderful Weekend Parade organizers.
There is a great deal of environmental enthusiasm in town. Simply, email info@SustainableWellesley.com to learn how you can get involved.
On Saturday, January 21, folks from across the state will unite in Boston to march in solidarity in the Women’s March for America in Boston.
Let your environmentalist voice be heard by bringing signs that emphasize you are marching to safeguard the protections that exist and to push for more. This peaceful, nonpartisan march is open to everyone.
Consider jumping on the 9:47am train from Wellesley Hills into Back Bay station, then walking with others to the Common. For more information about going into town with Wellesley residents and/or making signs, contact email@example.com.
You can also meet up with folks from 350 MASS and MA Interfaith Coalition for Climate Action when they assemble at the Arlington Street Church, UU, (corner of Boylston and Arlington Streets) between 9:30 and 10:30 am, before walking over to the Common with a big yellow parasol. For more information, contact Amy Benjamin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join Sustainable Wellesley and Wellesley neighbors, faith groups, students, and families, for the biggest climate change action in history! We are heading to New York City on Sunday, September 21, when world leaders will be gathering for a United Nations summit meeting. UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon is urging leaders to support a global agreement to reduce global warming pollution. We will be there to show popular support for urgent action!
Our future is on the line and the whole world will be watching. Let’s take a stand together to bend the course of history.
All you have to do is get on the bus!
• Bus Type: Local Motion of Boston bus with A/C, lavatory, and 55 comfortable seats!
• Departure: 6:30 am (sharp!) from Wellesley Center (specific location TBA)
• Return: Depart NYC at 5:30 pm; ETA in Wellesley at 9:30 pm
• Roundtrip Ticket: $25.00 (scholarship discount available; contact Lise Olney, email@example.com)
• Purchase online here
• Purchase offline: To pay by check or cash, please contact Lise Olney firstname.lastname@example.org
Please Note: Payment must be received to reserve a seat.
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