November 2018 Newsletter
Promoting healthy and sustainable oceans through education that inspires action & advocacy
Vote with the Environment in Mind on Thurs. 11/1 6pm
We were thrilled so many people came out to our beach clean up on Castle Island, even if we were disappointed to find so much garbage. This is only one of the reasons to vote with our blue planet in mind.

Join us November 1st from 6-8pm in Boston for a phone and text bank with the Environmental Voter Project. With only one week until the midterms, help us bring ocean lovers to the polls! 
Slots are filling up for Our Ocean Lovin' Book Club on  Tues. 11/13 6:30

Whether you read the book or not, join us to learn about the world of vanishing orcas with our next book group featuring  Into Great Silence, a beautiful, soulful memoir by the late Eva Saulitis. A well-known Alaskan poet and orca researcher, Saulitis writes about the relationship between the demise of a small, local orca pod and her own struggle with cancer. 

Come for conversation & ocean friendly food on Nov. 13th at a private home in Boston. Please RSVP here to receive details. Members are encouraged to bring a friend!

Shout Out for a Successful W2O Sew-A-Thon

W2O members donated  fabric, cut, pinned, ironed 
and sewed  some 40 reusable shopping
bags in one night. 
W2O Ocean Spirit Winner Sierra 
Rothberg shared the secrets of her Boomerang Bag project that's  prov ided hundreds of bags to Boston residents as the city's  plastic bag ban goes into effect. W2O is committing to another  sew-a-thon this spring. 
Keep a l ookout for our next date.
Mark your Calendars: the Holiday Glass Sale to Support W2O on Fri. 5-9pm Dec. 7th at Almost Perfect Glass
 147 Sherman St. Cambridge

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