Join YaleWomen Boston for a Guided Walking Tour of the Restored Muddy River!
After nearly sixty years below ground, unseen by park visitors and passersby, portions of the Muddy River were uncovered to flow once again through the Back Bay Fens, marking the completion of the first phase of the Muddy River Restoration Project. On this walking tour led by an Emerald Necklace Conservancy docent, participants will learn about the project that transformed what was once a paved parking lot into new parkland, bringing a Frederick Law Olmsted-designed landscape back to life. The tour will begin and end at the entrance to REI at the Landmark Center. Wear walking shoes and bring a water bottle. Tours are cancelled for rain or extreme weather. Check website www.emeraldnecklace.org for updates or call 617-522-2700.
Getting there: Public Transportation: Take the Green Line “D” train to the Fenway T-Stop. There is parking available at the Landmark Center. Wear walking shoes and bring a water bottle.
Join YaleWomen Atlanta for a summer social at Urban Tree Cidery!
We will be coming together for food, drinks, and a tour of the family-owned and operated cidery in West Midtown. You will have the chance to taste the cider(s) of your choice, made in-house from local apples grown and harvested in Mountain City, GA.
Not a cider drinker? No problem! Urban Tree has a full bar of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
We will have refreshments and farm-fresh snacks. Please feel free to bring a dish or snack to share with the group.
This is a free event. Attendees will be responsible for purchasing their own cider or other beverages.
Hope to see you there!
Would you like to help plan an upcoming event? Yale alumna Min Jin Lee (class of 1990, author of "Free Food for Millionaires" and the just-released "Pachinko" will be in DC on the afternoon of June 21st, and is available for a private book event. We are in the planning stages, so if you would like to help organize this event, please contact Theodora Kim.