This April 22 marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. In typical years, there are scheduled events throughout the month of April designed to educate about the environment, celebrate the planet, and bring people together outdoors. This year, due to COVID and social distancing regulations, many events for Earth Month have had to...
By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter
With the weather outside being so nice this summer, even the most diehard bookworm is going to want to venture outside of the library.
So on Tuesday morning, July 9, the Wellesley librarians brought the library to Morses Pond with an event for children four years and under...
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By Lisa Moore Hometown Weekly Correspondent The Wellesley Natural Resources Commission (NRC) recently held a community forum on pond health as part of its “Grow Green Wellesley” initiative. The forum, titled “Saving our Ponds: What Wellesley is doing and how can you help,” was held in the Kingsbury Room at Wellesley Police Station. The room was filled...Read more
By Daniel Curtin Hometown Weekly Reporter Kids were fishing at Lake Sabrina in Wellesley last Monday during an Eco Camp hosted by the Wellesley Conservation Council. The first day of the camp saw middle-school-aged participants catching fish while learning about the natural environment around them. The Youth Commission in Wellesley partnered with the Wellesley Conservation Council to...Read more
By Daniel Curtin Hometown Weekly Reporter [caption id="attachment_27173" align="alignleft" width="300"] There are many walking trails around Morses Pond that provide shade and great views of the water. Photos by...Read more