South Shore Clean Up 2023

The South Shore is known for its stunning natural beauty, with pristine beaches and breathtaking landscapes. However, to maintain this beauty, it is important for the community to come together and participate in community clean-up events. These events not only help to keep the area clean and healthy but also create a sense of pride and ownership among residents.

There are many benefits of community clean-up events. First and foremost, they help to improve the local environment. Litter and debris can be harmful to wildlife, degrade water quality, and negatively impact the ecosystem as a whole. By removing trash and debris from the environment, we can help to mitigate these negative effects and preserve the natural beauty of the South Shore.

Saturday, April 22

Earth Day Clean Up Weir River and Straights Pond                                                              9 am - 12 pm

Volunteers can get trash bags at the Weir River Estuary Center, Wadleigh Park (intersection of Forest Ave, Atlantic Ave and Jerusalem Rd) and 147 Atlantic Av in Hull
Wear gloves, boots and bring a rake or grabber. Visit for more information. After the clean up, volunteers can meet for a picinic with Nona's Ice Cream at Atlantic St Playground in Hull at 12pm.

Hingham Democratic Town Committee Clean Up at World's End                                    9-11am

Volunteers should meet that the Rangers Station on Martin's Lane at 8:50.  The clean up effort will focus on a one mile trail walk.  Parking is available.  For more information, visit  

Cohasset Earth Day Clean Up

May 6, 2023

55th Annual Scituate Ship Shape Day                                                                   8am-1pm

Visit for details about this wonderful community event.

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