The Spring Cleanup of Lake Quannapowitt scheduled in April has been postponed until further notice. We all hope that necessary activity restrictions due to the Coronavirus will be lifted so that a safe cleanup can be organized at a later date and involve the Galvin Middle School 5thand 6thgraders along with families and adults.
But people can still help as individuals while we wait for more normal times. We are encouraging walkers and other visitors to the lake to come prepared to pick up litter they see and dispose of it through their regular scheduled home curbside trash and recyclables pickups. As a reminder, these individual efforts must safely follow all social distancing and hand washing recommendations.
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Initiated in 2006, Bricks by the Lake is a program that raises funds for improvements in lakeside parklands while also enabling personal memorials on engraved bricks Located at Col. Connelly Park at the head of Lake Quannapowitt, the program is authorized by the Wakefield Town Council and administered by the Friends of Lake Quannapowitt.
Contributions from private individuals, civic groups, corporations, and foundations are vitally important to helping to renew, care, and advocate for the Lake and its surrounding valuable public greenspaces.
Hailing from Wakefield and beyond FOLQ membership is what drives the organization. Your membership provides financial support for our organization, keeps you informed of our activities, invites you to our annual events and helps secures it future.
The Friends of Lake Quannapowitt welcomed over 160 members and friends to our Annual Breakfast held on November 10, 2019 at the Bear Hill Golf Club in Stoneham, Ma.
A delicious buffet breakfast was served from 8 to 11am. Musical entertainment was provided by Wakefield Memorial High School’s Voices of Steel. The Gertrude Spaulding award winner was long time FOLQ Board member John Anderson recognized for his many years of outstanding contributions to the organization.