A couple new photo albums are now available, the Friends October meeting, and the
Northeastern University Marine Science Center Open House. Check out the photos page for the links.
Friends members TJ Cullinane and Tom Cullinane Sr represented the Friends at the Ocean Genome Legacy Nahant Bioblitz.
The Friends will be holding a Beach Clean Up on Saturday, September 16th from 9-11 a.m.
at Red Rock Park on Lynn Shore Drive. This event is being held in conjunction with International Coastal Sweep Clean Up Campaign.
Whole Foods Market and Global Embassy of Activists for Peace will partner with the Friends for the Clean Up.
There will be refreshments, beverages, coffee, water bottles, Friends T-shirts and sweatshirts for volunteers.
Congratulations to Douglas and Duncan Maitland, the winners of two round trip Jet Blue Airline tickets.
The Jet Blue Raffle raised over $4,000 for the Friends.
L-R: Duncan Maitland, FLNB Treasurer Jane Cahill, FLNB President Bob Tucker, Douglas Maitland.
The Friends proudly co-sponsors: The Tempest
(July 30th-August 13th):
Shakespeare's final play explores exile, magic, love, and redemption within the confines of a
single remote island. And it all begins with a storm...
TWO LOCATIONS - RED ROCK and LYNN WOODS
July 30th at Red Rock Park on Lynn Beach for TWO PERFORMANCES ONLY at 1PM and 4PM
August 5th, 6th at 4PM at Lynn Woods Pennybrook Rd.
August 12th, 13th at 4PM at Lynn Woods Pennybrook Rd.
Please note, while the performance is FREE to the public, it is strongly encouraged you
reserve your spot online. Audience is capped based on location and ability for everyone to see and
hear. Reserve now
Just in time, its the Kids Concert Flyer. An annual favorite!
FLNB received a $3500 grant from Save the Harbor/Save Better Beaches Award on Saturday, June 3, 2017.
Left to Right:
Patricia Foley (President SHSB), Tiffany Bevis (FLNB Board), Robert Tucker (President FLNB),
Susan Hamilton (DCR) and Joe Newman (Chairman SHSB Board).
The Boston Globe Article: "Beach lovers cry foul" lays bare some news regarding how state budget cuts are directly affecting the ongoing cleanup of Lynn and Nahant Beaches. Give it a read, and get your boots ready for the next beach cleanup day!
Please join the Metropolitan Beaches Commission for a Public Hearing on Tuesday, May 30 from 6-8 PM at the Lynn Museum/LynnArts to discuss the state of the region’s public beaches in Lynn, Swampscott, and Nahant.
The hearing will include:
See you on May 30th, because you love your beach!
590 Washington St.
Lynn, MA 01901
Parking is available at the museum parking lot, on the street in front, or at the MBTA parking lot across the street.
The Friends participated in the Lynn Family Engagement Fair at the Thurgood Marshall Middle School.
Check out the photos on the photoIndex page, or here.
Photo from April 12 FLNB Meeting. Discussion was on DCR to continue the algae removal program, something that is in jeopardy come July 1 because of budget cuts.
For more information, please check out the related ItemLive.com article.
Seated Bruce Berman, President SavetheHarbor/SavetheBay, Sen. McGee, Rep. Crighton, Rep. Cahill,
DCR Commissioner Leo Roy, Robert Tucker President FLNB
Item Live Article: Friends grant gives students a chance to study the sea