“Speak Out” is a series of public lectures and presentations designed to inform, inspire, connect and engage audiences in the protection and preservation of the environment. The 2016 series features notable individuals with a broad range of experiences and perspectives and whose work has contributed to a better understanding of our changing environment. “Speak Out” is made possible through generous seed funding from the Caroline Loughlin Fund.
Events are free to the public with advance registration. Register online or call 617-522-2700.
All programs start at 6:00 pm followed by a reception with light refreshments and book signing.
APRIL – LAUREN MEIER
“Frederick Law Olmsted’s Legacy of Public Parks”
A historic preservationist, Meier is the co-editor of the recently-published, Supplemental Series Vol 2 of the Olmsted Papers, Frederick Law Olmsted: Plans and Views of Public Parks. Co-hosted by the Boston Athenaeum.