Brookline’s National Public Health Week, April 2 – April 7

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    Harold Price
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    Friday, April 6

    FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT. STINK! opens with kid’s pajamas, a foul smell and a father trying to figure out what that smell is. Highly-rated, family-friendly documentary brings light to secrets of the chemical industry.

    Prof. Michael Berger, Simmons College, and Kathryn Rodgers, Silent Spring Institute, lead an informal discussion. Lawrence School Auditorium, 27 Francis St. 6:30 – 8:30 PM.

    Saturday, April 7

    YOUTH CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION CHALLENGE.  At Pierce School where Brookline students with a passion for science are invited to create and present new ideas that address current climate change challenges. Participants with most innovative ideas will receive certificates. Pierce School, 50 School St. 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM.

    Also, talks on gun control and climate change during Public Health week.

    Further details about all events: Facebook: Brookline Department of Public Health.
    For questions, contact Lynne Karsten, 617-730-2336; lkarsten@brooklinema.gov.

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