Event Calendar

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40th Anniversary Events Sponsor!

For questions about any of our events contact us at irwainfo@ipswichriver.org or call 978.412.8200

 

Reducing Community Risk Through Increasing Natural Resource Resiliency

When:Wednesday, December 13th 11:30 AM to 1 PM
Where:100 Cummings Center, Suite 221-E, Beverly

At the December North Shore Technology Council Sustainability Luncheon, Ipswich River Watershed Association Executive Director Wayne Castonguay will be speaking on the Great Marsh Coalition’s Adaptation Plan, with an emphasis on nature-based and green infrastructure strategies. The goal of the study was to identify strategies that will reduce community risk due to coastal storms and flooding. Please register here.

 

First Peoples of the Ipswich River Watershed

When: Saturday, January 13th 4 pm to 5:15 pm
Where: 31 County St, Ipswich

 

Along with the Ipswich Historical Society and the Ascension Memorial Church, we will be co-hosting two presentations by Mary Ellen Lepionka on the history of the Ipswich River. The first presentation, First Peoples of the Ipswich River Watershed, will review the early occupation and succession of people on the Ipswich River. The second, Algonquians on the Ipswich River, will described the way the Woodland Indians were making their living there at the time of colonial contact. Q&A sessions will follow both presentations, which will be held at 31 County Street, Ipswich on January 13th and January 27th.

Algonquians on the Ipswich River

When: Saturday, January 27th 4 pm to 5:15 pm
Where: 31 County St, Ipswich

 

Along with the Ipswich Historical Society and the Ascension Memorial Church, we will be co-hosting two presentations by Mary Ellen Lepionka on the history of the Ipswich River. The first presentation, First Peoples of the Ipswich River Watershed, will review the early occupation and succession of people on the Ipswich River. The second, Algonquians on the Ipswich River, will described the way the Woodland Indians were making their living there at the time of colonial contact. Q&A sessions will follow both presentations, which will be held at 31 County Street, Ipswich on January 13th and January 27th.

 

 

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