May 22: Net Impact BBQ on George’s Island

Join fellow Net Impacters, families and friends on an exciting getaway and afternoon full of fun. Explore George’s Island, part of the Boston Harbor Islands, a stone’s throw from the Boston Harbor. Join us for a nature hike, explore the island’s fort, play games, or just kick back and socialize – there’s an option for everyone. Truly one of the best kept secrets in Boston. Get there by public transportation, but feel a world away!

Details
The Net Impact group will be assembling at the Boston Harbor Islands ferry ticket kiosk on Long Wharf (adjacent to the Marriott hotel & Christopher Columbus Park) at 10:30am. The ferry leaves promptly at 11am – don’t arrive late or you’ll have to wait for the next boat! You will be responsible for purchasing ferry tickets for each member of your group ($14 roundtrip for adults; $8 for kids aged 3-11). The ferry ride to George’s Island is 20 minutes in length; ferries depart the Island back to Boston every hour on the half hour, with the last ferry departing back to Boston at 4:30pm.

Getting There
If choosing public transportation, the closest T stops to Long Wharf are the Aquarium stop on the Blue line (very close), State Street on the Orange line (5-6 blocks), or Government Center on the Green line (6-7 blocks). For those that are driving, you can park at the Post Office Square Parking Garage for a flat rate of $9 for the entire day.

What to Bring
Sunscreen, water, folding chair, comfortable shoes, games and sporting equipment, comfortable shoes, jacket or fleece if it gets cool, etc.

RSVP Information
To let us know that you are attending and get a free lunch ticket, be sure to RSVP to Greg Andeck (greg@netimpactboston.org) with the names and number of people in your party by May 14th. Please also indicate your preference for hot dogs, hamburgers, or vegetarian options. Non-alcoholic beverages will be provided (sorry, no booze allowed).

Got other questions? Check out the Boston Harbor Island’s FAQs or email Greg at greg@netimpactboston.org. We’ll see you on George’s Island!

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