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Celebrate Cambridge Water, Sustainability, and Community at Fresh Pond Day Saturday, June 10


Join the Cambridge Water Department for the city's annual Fresh Pond Day on Saturday, June 10, from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m., at 250 Fresh Pond Parkway. This event is free and open to all.
Activities include family fun and games with live wildlife, truck climb-aboards, arts and crafts, water treatment plant open house, walks around Fresh Pond, live music, and more. Kids can become a junior ranger and all can learn about sustainability resources.

Fresh Pond Reservation is Cambridge's green gem - an urban wild that protects Fresh Pond, Cambridge's in-city drinking water reservoir. Fresh Pond Day serves as an annual community tribute to this unique Reservation that is a vital natural resource, an invaluable sanctuary for wildlife, and a beloved recreational and open space escape in the city.

Parking is limited. Extra parking is available at Danehy Park, 166 New Street. Use of public transit and bicycles to get to the event are strongly encouraged. Bus routes 72, 74, 75, 78; & Alewife T are all nearby.

Learn more about this event at Cambridgema.gov/FreshPondDay.

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