As we welcome Spring, it's that time of year when our community celebrates Climate Week Brookline and National Public Health Week, two very important annual events here in Brookline. Both weeks offer events for all ages, most of which are free (with the exception of the Rabies and Microchip Clinic). We look forward to you joining us!
Turning Point: Climate Week 2017
The 7th Annual Climate Week Brookline will be held March 27th thru April 2nd. Climate Week 2017 presents opportunities for citizens of all ages through a series of events over the course of one week. While its roots originate in Brookline, it also seeks to partner and collaborate with surrounding communities in a common and shared purpose and as part of a global climate movement. It takes the efforts of many, and especially the young, for the movement to sustain itself and to ultimately achieve a future that we all want and deserve. All events are free and open to the public. Events are held rain or shine unless the town declares a weather emergency or cancellation by the event organizer. For complete details and a schedule of events, please visit the Brookline Climate Week website.
National Public Health Week 2017
National Public Health Week in Brookline is Saturday, April 1 thru Sunday, April 8, 2017. National Public Health Week acknowledges the contributions of public health in communities across the country and highlights the issues that are important to improving the health of our nation. You can join the movement by getting involved in the events being held throughout the week. Visit Brookline's National Public Health Week webpage to learn more about events being held locally.