Friends of the Blue Hills

Best Present for Two and Four Legged Friends

Mary McGinnis of Milton wanted to give back to the Blue Hills  — and celebrate the holiday with two of her favorite hiking buddies, Muffin Millington and Lincoln McGinnis. She figured that all of them enjoy the Blue Hills, so why not Sponsor a Trail in their name?  For $35 a trail, Mary now has the perfect holiday present for two of her favorite companions. Sponsoring a trail isn’t just for four-legged friends.  It’s a great gift for anyone who loves the Blue Hills! Why not support the Blue Hills by Sponsoring a Trail today? Instructions to
Friends of the Blue Hills

It’s Getting Hot in Here! Weather or Climate?

Quincy Climate Action Network (QCAN) and the Thomas Crane Public Library invite you to:   It’s Getting Hot in Here! Is it just the weather or is the climate really changing? The Science of Climate Change and Current Changes in Northeastern North America   Stephen S. Young, Ph. D. Department of Geography, Salem State University   Tuesday, January 13, 2015, 7:00 PM   Learn about climate change and current changes in Northeastern America from a Massachusetts expert, Stephen Young. Dr. Young is a professor of remote sensing and environmental sustainability in the Geography Department at Salem State University in Salem Massachusetts, [...]
Friends of the Blue Hills

Peek a Blue Hikes Continue in the Spring

Many thanks to everyone who attended the Peek a Blue hikes this year! Thanks to support from the Milton Junior Woman’s Club, over 300 people – youngsters and their caregivers – explored the Blue Hills together through bi-weekly Peek a Blue Hikes. While we will be taking a break over the winter months, we’ll be back Tuesday, March 17th, 2015 at Houghton’s Pond. In the meantime, hope to see you at this year’s Winter Fest, February 24th!
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