I look at this month as a time of reconnection— with the Harbor, waterfront, Islands, nature, and each other. Over the past few months as we sheltered in place, we hungered for our physical connection to the great outdoors and each other. Virtual connections helped us tide over the time, but we are more than ready to feel the sea breeze on our face, smell the salt air, and see the plants and wildlife that make the harbor home.
While we work hard to love and respect each other by maintaining our distance and wearing our face coverings, we also look forward to reconnecting with each other in healthy ways and beautiful places. What better time to go for a stroll on the Harborwalk or ride a ferry out to Spectacle Island?
Bring a friend or family and reconnect with Boston Harbor, each other, and the world around us. Your Harbor is here to welcome you with open arms.
Katherine F. Abbott
President and CEO
Boston Harbor Now