Route

THIS ROUTE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE. Although the route is close to finalized, there are still a few final tweaks being made. The best way to meet the march is by joining us at one of our scheduled stops (schedule here)

Thursday, July 14th

Approximate Mileage: 16 miles

We'll begin in the city of Medway and will proceed to march through the centers of Norfolk and Walpole. We'll end in Sharon at the Unitarian Church of Sharon, our host for the evening!

Friday, July 15th

Approximate Mileage: 13 miles

The march will continue from Sharon, through residential neighborhoods in downtown Stoughton and downtown Canton before ending at Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Norwood.

Saturday, July 16th

Main March:

Approximate Mileage: 7.5 miles

The main march will depart from Norwood in the early morning, march through the town of Dedham, and arrive in West Roxbury, where Spectra Energy is currently constructing the West Roxbury Lateral pipeline. Spectra usually does construction work on Saturday, and we'll be at the site alongside our allies from Resist the Pipeline and Stop the West Roxbury Lateral (SWRL) to show our loud and vehement opposition to the project! A group from Resist the Pipeline (separate from the main march) is likely to disrupt construction, while the march as a whole will stand in solidarity and support. 

We will be ending the march at Theodore Parker Unitarian Church, our host for the evening.

Weymouth Leg:

Approximate Mileage: 12 miles

A new, separate group of marchers will hold a morning rally at the proposed site of the Weymouth Compressor Station in partnership with Fore River Residents Against the Compressor Station (FRRACS) and the South Shore of 350 Mass, and march through Quincy to join the main march in West Roxbury.

Sunday, July 17th

Approximate Mileage: 7 miles

Following an optional interfaith service, our now united, full strength march will walk from West Roxbury to the Massachusetts State House, where we will host a rally to show the power of the people, and how if our leaders won’t stop the pipeline, we will!

Monday, July 18th

Approximate Mileage: N/A

We will host a morning rally - this time inside the State House - to again show the power of people over pipelines, and demand bold action from Governor Baker and legislative leaders.