Day by Day Schedule

people_pipelines_meme_2.jpgHere's a rough schedule for each day of the march. 

IMPORTANT UPDATE: Our housing location for Friday has CHANGED. We will be at Emmanuel Lutheran in Norwood instead -- 24 Berwick Street. Thank you to Emmanuel Lutheran!! 

Thursday, July 14 

8:00 am SHARP: Bus leaves Cambridge for Medway (note that this is a change from previous schedules, which said 8:15)

10 am - 10:30 am: Kick-off rally in Medway (Medway Middle School, 45 Holliston St, Medway) 

10:30 am: March gets underway!

1:15 pm - 1:45 pm: Lunch, rest and discussion at Norfolk Library (139 Main St in Norfolk)

2:15 pm - 2:45 pm: Rally at MCI Norfolk highlighting the impacts of climate change on incarcerated people in collaboration with Black and Pink and the Criminal Justice Policy Coalition

4:45-5:05 pm: Rest, snacks and water at United Church of Walpole (30 Common St, Walpole)

7:45 pm: Arrival and dinner at Unitarian Church of Sharon (4 North Main St, Sharon)

Friday, July 15 

9:00 am: Kick-off the second day of the march! 

Speakers: Selectman JJ McGrath

9:30 am: Leave Unitarian Church of Sharon

11:30 am - 11:40 pm: Snacks and rest in front of West Elementary School in Stoughton (1322 Central St)

12:00 pm - 12:10 pm: Brief rally at 330 Cross St in Stoughton

Speakers: Selectman David Sousa

1:30 pm - 2:35 pm: Lunch and rally at Canton Public Library (786 Washington St, Canton) 

Speakers: Jamie Henn (co-founder of

5:00 pm: Arrive at Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Norwood (24 Berwick Street, Norwood) 

6:00 pm: Dinner

7:00 pm: Optional non-violent civil disobedience training by Resist the Pipeline 

Saturday, July 16 

Main March

8:00 am: Leave  Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Norwood 

10:40 am - 10:55 am: Rally and snacks at High Street Field in Dedham (500 High St, Dedham)

11:30 am - 2:30 pm: Rally at West Roxbury Lateral construction site, in support of Resist the Pipeline action 

2:30 pm: Leave construction site and march to Billings Field

3:00 pm: Lunch, music and art at Billings Field (380 Lagrange St, West Roxbury) 

5:30 pm: Leave Billings Field and march to Theodore Parker Church (1859 Centre St, West Roxbury)

6:00 pm: Dinner at Theodore Parker Church 

7:00-9:00: Anti-oppression training at Theodore Parker Church

Weymouth March: 

9:30 am: Kick off rally at site of proposed Weymouth compressor (6 Bridge St, Weymouth) 

Speakers: Senator Patrick O'Connor, Councilor Becky Haugh

10:00 am: Begin march 

11:30-11:50 am: Snacks and rally at Thomas Crane Public Library in Quincy (40 Washington St, Quincy)

1:50-2:10: Lunch and rest at Turner's Pond (600 Brook Rd, Milton)

4:30 pm: Arrival at Billings Field (380 Lagrange St, West Roxbury)

Sunday, July 17 

9:30 am: Interfaith service (Theodore Parker Unitarian Church, 1859 Centre St, West Roxbury) 

10:30: Depart Theodore Parker Unitarian Church, 1859 Centre St, West Roxbury 

1:15 pm: Lunch at Ruggles Station  

2:00 pm: Rally at Ruggles Station 

Speakers: City Councilor Matt O'Malley, Dr. Renzo Guinto (public health researcher), Martha Collins (poet)

2:45: Begin march through downtown

4:15 pm: Arrival at the State House for brief closing words

5:00 pm: Begin setting up camp and training for Monday 

6:00 pm: Dinner at Church on the Hill (140 Bowdoin St, Boston)

Some marchers will stay overnight on the State House steps on Sunday night. Others will head to an alternative overnight location, the Church on the Hill (140 Bowdoin St, Boston).

Monday, July 18 

9:30 am: Gather outside the State House 

9:40 sharp: Begin moving into the State House 

10:15 am: Rally on the Grand Staircase and march to Governor Baker's office! 

Speakers: Senator Patricia Jehlen, Senator Marc Pacheco

Note: we will need volunteers to help us unload and clean up after the march -- join us on Monday afternoon at the Democracy Center (45 Mt Auburn St in Cambridge) if you can!