Shakespeare’s MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, a Brown Box Theatre Project

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Brown Box Theatre Project’s 10th Annual Free Outdoor Shakespeare tour, Much Ado About Nothing, is coming to Atlantic Wharf! Upon their return from war, a group of soldiers are reminded that life and love are not so black and white. Trickery, jealousy, deceit, and masquerade each play a role in challenging Benedict and Beatrice’s scorn for love (and each other) as well as the seemingly unassailable love of Claudio and Hero. Through witty banter and dastardly deception, Shakespeare’s beloved comedy, Much Ado About Nothing debates the preconceived notion of how to love and the value of trust. For more information, please visit here!

FREE and open to the public!

Thursday, August 19 and Sunday, August 29th / 7:30PM-9:30PM

“e” inc. Summer Programming

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“e” inc. provides children, teens, and adults a scientific understanding of Earth’s natural biomes, resources, and systems and the skills to protect the planet and live sustainably. Using hands on  science as a springboard, “e” inc. engages students across urban neighborhoods in real time action projects that are stimulating, important, and directly linked to their “e” inc. science subject. Students study current environment challenges and come to appreciate how individuals can both affect local and global challenges and also support good outcomes. Children and youth become inspired to take responsibility for sustaining the planet; first, by changing their own actions and then, by creating projects that involves others to make a difference. Atlantic Wharf hosts “e” inc Summer programs throughout the Summer allowing youth to discover the Fort Point Channel. This program involves hands-on field trips for groups from day camps and community centers. Catching crabs in the Fort Point Channel, understanding the concept of a watershed, and learning about rowing on the water. The youth participate in a fun, discovery filled day!


Save the Harbor/Save the Bay Summer Programming

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Save the Harbor/Save the Bay is Boston’s leading voice for clean water and continued public investment in Boston Harbor, the Boston Harbor Islands and serves as the Boston Harbor Connection for young people and their families. Save the Harbor/Save the Bay provides FREE youth environmental education and family programs to engage individuals in exploring their local marine environment and encouraging them to engage in healthy outdoor activities. Atlantic Wharf hosts Save the Harbor/Save the Bay allowing youth to participate in FREE environmental education programs and activities. The program involves fun-filled field trips led by youth staff!

WEZINE! Exhibit

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On display May 25, 2021 – July 23, 2021

Stop by The Gallery at the Atlantic Wharf to view the latest art exhibit in partnership with FPAC, We Zine, on display through July 23, 2021. Boston has a long history of artists who are dedicated to the making and distribution of zines. The rough and unpolished branch of self-publishing, zines are small-scale books or pamphlets made with the intention of being distributed directly to readers. These publications allow makers to create and share ideas that may be too controversial, unrefined, niche, or experimental for most publishing platforms. Zines provide an important place where people can feel safe to discuss difficult subjects, but also find a community of those who can relate.

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