From Google and the Charles River Conservancy, RSVP here
The Charles River Conservancy is collaborating with Google to bring the public an exciting new “view” of the Charles River. As part of the Conservancy’s River Stories project, Google provided their high-tech Trekker camera (the “rugged” counterpart to the street-view car camera) to capture imagery along the banks of the river, including on-water views.
The special collection of footage will be incorporated into the public event on December 10th, when Google will also be hosting one of their popular Google Talks event for the Conservancy’s River Stories III. Authors of River Stories will be on hand to share memories of the river, and Google will showcase their favorite locations along the river banks. We are very excited to announce that WBUR’s Tom Ashbrook will serve as our moderator!
Be a River Giver! River Givers will have an opportunity to meet the authors at a private reception before the event and will be recognized in the evening’s program. They will also receive two copies of the River Stories publication.
$200 per person before November 23
$250 per person after November 23
General Tickets: All General Attendees will receive a copy of the River Stories publication.
$100 per person before November 23
$125 per person after November 23
$50 per person
The best way to reach the event is to take the T to the Kendall/MIT stop or to bike. For additional information, please see this map.
Schedule for the evening:
6:00 pm – Reception and hors d’oeuvres for sponsors and River Stories authors
6:30 pm– Doors open for general ticket holders; drinks and hors d’oeuvres will continue to be served
7:00 pm– Program begins; the Author’s Panel will be moderated by Tom Ashbrook
After the program concludes, guests are invited to stay for dessert and coffee.
*Please note: since we expect this event to fill up quickly, make sure you purchase your ticket today!