Onset Bay Center Community Update – March 2018

The Coalition is working to rehabilitate the historic Onset Bathhouse to serve as a headquarters for the Onset Bay Center, a new on-the-water exploration center that will provide high-quality programming for thousands of people every year. Located next to popular Onset Pier, Onset Beach, and nearby Wickets Island, the Onset Bay Center will help community members of all ages build a connection with Buzzards Bay through activities such as sailing, paddling, shellfishing, and shoreline ecology.

Read the latest Onset Bay Center Community Update below or download the full document.

Onset Bay Center Community Update - March 2018
Category: On the Bay

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