The weekend of May 5-7 was a busy one for the BPC, during the 37th year of Brewster in Bloom. It was a beautiful Spring weekend, with residents and visitors alike taking advantage of all the happenings in town.
On Saturday, May 6, BPC held two Herring Run Eco-Paddles with business partner SUPfari Adventures. Both the morning and afternoon sessions started from Upper Mill Pond and were led by SUPfari Adventure guides along with Brad Chase, from the MA Department of Marine Fisheries. They kept the Eco-Paddle groups engaged and asking many questions about the herring and Brewster's beautiful ponds, and a fun time was had by all. More Eco-Paddles are planned this summer so stay tuned for details!
BPC and Shelly the Turtle were spotted in front of The Brewster Book Store on Saturday, talking to residents and visitors about the organization, its mission and events, and sharing recent publications and information.
For the very first time, BPC participated in the Brewster in Bloom Town Parade on Sunday, May 7. A fun time was had by all, especially the BPC Board members and volunteers who decorated the float. Check out the photos below!