Upcoming Events

Thursday May 25, 6:00 pm, Action Team meeting

Get involved in the Communications Team or the Arts Team, meet other dedicated climate campaigners, help pick effective spring-summer tactics for Community Choice Energy…. First Baptist Church, 633 Centre St, Jamaica Plain, 6 pm. Enter off Myrtle St on the left side of the church, rearmost door, and go up to the second floor.

Other climate events

June 7: Beyond Fossil Fuels, Retrofitting Our Homes for a Low-Carbon Future. How can we as tenants and homeowners sharply reduce our use of fossil fuels, today, within the next few years, and longer-term. A panel of experts will help us envision what our transition to a cleaner, greener future might look like. 7-9 pm at the First Church in Jamaica Plain, 6 Eliot St.

June 26: Massachusetts Clean Energy Future Tour. The Senate Committee on Global Warming and Climate Change is holding hearings across the state  to get input on clean energy and climate. How do you think the legislature should keep our state healthy, sustainable and strong? 6 pm, place to be announced.

Tell our Mayor we want Community Choice Energy!

Mayor Walsh is holding a series of Coffee Hours, 9:30 to 10:30 am in parks across the city. The schedule is here and below. Please pick a date and go tell the mayor that you — and your neighbors — want Community Choice Energy. If he hears that across the city, we’re off and running.

Tuesday, May 30: Almont Park, 40 Almont Street, Mattapan

Wednesday, May 31: Christopher Columbus Park, 110 Atlantic Avenue, North End
Friday, June 2: Paris Street Playground, 115 Paris Street, East Boston
Tuesday, June 6: McConnell Park, 30 Denny Street, Dorchester
Thursday, June 22: Walsh-Kennedy Tot Lot, 369 LaGrange Street, West Roxbury
Wednesday, June 28:​​ Medal of Honor Park, 775 East First St, South Boston (with opening celebration)
Friday, June 30: Brighton Common, 30 Chestnut Hill Ave, Allston/Brighton
Friday, July 7: Mozart Street Playground, 10 Mozart Street, Jamaica Plain
Tuesday, July 11: Marcella Playground, 260 Highland Street, Roxbury
Thursday, July 13: Mother’s Rest at Four Corners, 410 Washington Street, Dorchester
Tuesday, July 18: Monsignor Reynolds Playground, 5 Msgr. Reynolds Way, South End (with opening celebration)
Thursday, July 20: Commonwealth Ave. Mall, Back Bay (Boston Woman’s Memorial), between Gloucester St. and Fairfield St
Check the city’s site for cancellations — sometimes Walsh has to postpone appearances.

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