← View this email in web browser   •   December 17, 2018   •   Change email profile settings →

Annual Holiday Potluck Party
Friday, December 28 – 5:00 PM

Ring in the new year with friends and neighbors at our annual holiday gathering at Jones River Landing. As is our tradition, this is a potluck, so bring a dish or treats to share if you like. The stove will be stoked and tunes on by 5:00 PM.

This year we have a special cause for celebration: on December 14th, the property sale and transfer of deed for the "Drew Heritage House" at 51 Landing Road was completed!

Thank you all for your help in accomplishing this foundational step toward building a center of credible science study and innovative solutions where the river meets the sea. We will be doing a lot of fundraising, planning and renovations this year to make the House a cornerstone in our strategy for helping our community and region prepare for, monitor and address the impacts of climate change.

Please let us know how you would like to be involved!

New Year's Row & Potluck
with Open House at 51 Landing Road
Sunday, January 6, 2019 – 11:00 AM

The Drew Heritage House at #51 next to Jones River Landing will be open to the public for a sneak peak following our annual row and potluck brunch on Sunday, January 6th starting at 11:00 AM. We will be opening the house at #51 starting around 1:00 PM.

Please come and take a look at this treasure – the oldest building of the original boatyard. Stephen Drew built the house likely before 1780, just about the time his uncles were building the Brig Independence, the first commissioned ship of the Continental Navy on these Jones River shores.

JRWA's 33rd Annual Meeting
Sunday, January 27, 2019 – 3:00 PM

Meeting will start at 3:00 PM - come early for refreshments.
More information to come in the new year!

55 Landing Road, Kingston, Massachusetts

Thank you for your critical support and engagement.
Happy Holidays! — The Jones River Team
Join our mailing list  |  Become a member  |  Donate
We are a non-profit, member-based environmental organization established to protect, enhance and restore the quality of the natural resources in Southeastern Massachusetts, in particular the Jones River and Cape Cod Bay, for present and future generations, while cultivating effective stewardship of our regional environment through science, advocacy, and education.
Copyright © 2018 Jones River Watershed Association, All rights reserved.

Want to change how you receive these emails?
You can update your preferences or unsubscribe from this list

Email Marketing Powered by Mailchimp