Join Charles River Watershed Association for its second Free Fun Friday on July 12th at DCR's Herter Park! There will be music, food, and free activities throughout the day. Charles River Watershed Association’s Free Fun Friday is sponsored by the Highland Street Foundation and is a part of the foundation's Free Fun Friday summer program.
Paddle along the Charles River in the Historic Lakes District and enjoy a scenic water adventure. Keep your eyes peeled for blue heron, turtles, ducks and other wildlife. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Free hour long rentals.
The waiver forms for individuals who will be participating in water activities can be found below. If your guardian will not be present please bring filled out.
Enjoy learning from our Aquatic Scientist, Lisa Kumpf, with hands on science experiments on the Charles River. Learn the tools that scientists use to measure and study the Charles River. Identify insects and bugs that live in the river, test water temperature and measure stream depth and flow at science stations throughout the park.
Learn to fish from an experienced fisherman on the banks of the Charles River.
Gather under the shade for storytime, yard games. theater lessons, music and more. Enjoy ice cream and food from two amazing food trucks.
At Charles River Watershed Association we protect and restore the Charles River through science, advocacy, urban design and education. We restore the Charles River for fish and wildlife, recreation and for future generations. Your support helps us expand our education and advocacy programs and helps us continue our cutting edge field science program. Please consider making a gift today.