Brookline’s 5th Annual Climate Week reaches across town from Coolidge Corner to Larz Anderson Park and offers leadership for climate action. Climate Week events and displays focus on ways we can impact our lives and future now by diving in and working together. What speaks to you? How might you contribute to building a better future?
START SAVING YOUR STUFF: start saving now to donate and drop off the following: eyeglasses, cell phones, chargers, Styrofoam, packing peanuts (collected separately) and bicycles even if they need repair for the 3rd annual 3R Depot. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. Saturday February 7th 10:00am – 2:00pm Brookline Town Hall, 333 Washington Street. Also save for drop off clean and wearable children's clothing, ages 0-5, for the Commission for Women's 6th annual children's clothing drive, Friday, Feb. 6, 8am-7pm and Sat, Feb. 7, 8-11am. 350 Washington St. just across from Town Hall.
All events and displays are free and open to the public unless noted.
Weather: events are held unless the town declares an official snow emergency.
Updates: check back here for display, event and snow emergency updates.Participate: Brookline's 5th Annual Climate Week is a collaboration of Climate Action Brookline and a wide range of community partners, organizers and volunteers. We are working together to engage and grow a town wide climate movement. To become involved or for questions contact: email@example.com
or visit www.climateactionbrookline.org
For schedule of events and descriptions click here