Open to the public at Long Wharf on the waterfront of downtown Boston with guests by national-state-local dignitaries. Performance by the Coast Guard Band. No charge.
Park Partners - Little Brewster Island is one of the 34 islands and peninsulas that comprise the Boston Harbor Islands National and State Park that was established in 1996. The island, owned by the U.S. Coast Guard, is one of the 13 "Partnership" members that manage the park. This unique partnership provides the means for public visits to Boston Light.
There are three other partners celebrating anniversaries in 2016: National Park Service 100th, Boston Harbor Islands National and State Park 20th, and Boston Harbor Island Alliance, (the fundraising agency for the park), 20th. A partnership sponsored event will be occurring.
Coast Guard Band and Symbolic Re-Lighting of Boston Light at sunset 6:55 pm. Sponsored by the Coast Guard, Town of Hull, Hull Lifesaving Museum, & Boston Light Location: Hull High School ballfield, 180 Main Street, Hull, MA. Followed by open house at the Hull Life Saving Museum, 1117 Nantasket Ave. No charge.
Stop by the Hull Lifesaving Museum for the official book launch of BOSTON LIGHT. Written by Sally R. Snowman and James G. Thomson. Commemorating the 300th anniversary of Boston Light, this volume contains a detailed history of America's first lighthouse as well as over 170 photos.
Guest speakers and Coast Guard Academy Shanty performers. Sponsored by the Hull Lifesaving Museum, Town of Hull, and Boston Light. Call to pre-register and payment information: 781-925-5433