We cordially invite you...
On behalf of The Binah School, we invite you to join us as we proudly present our newly installed rain garden at the Sharon Historical Society. The students at The Binah School, with the help of Amanda Sloane, landscape architect, created this rain garden to manage stormwater runoff and reduce pollution in the town of Sharon.
Join us on June 21, 2015, at the Sharon Historical Society at 16 High St, for kosher refreshments, family-friendly activities, a ribbon-cutting ceremony, and remarks from students, teachers, the Sharon Historical Society and Sharon town officials. Discover how you impact the local water supply, compete in water-carrying races, learn what life is like for people who live in water-scarce areas, and experiment with different filtration materials to build a water filter to clean polluted water.
Come celebrate the installation of the Rain Garden and learn how you can create a beautiful garden on your own lawn to filter groundwater and stormwater and help keep the local water supply clean.
This event is open to people of all ages, including young children. Please come join us and be part of this exciting milestone for The Binah School and the Town of Sharon!
The Binah School