Kelly’s Corner 087 - New moon, bocci, Center for Coastal Studies.
Jan Kelly writes a weekly column for Provincetown Magazine. New moon-the nights are dark, and the days are bright. The tides are very high and very low. Bottle collectors and sea clammers arrange their schedules around the low tide; sailors and windsurfers, around the high tide. I stopped to watch Romolo Del Deo, Vico Fabbris, and Peter Provencal paying bocci in Valentine's parking lot. The Center for Coastal. Studies is ambitiously readying for Coast Week 1984 during the week of October7-13. The reason for this well-planned third annual week of lectures, films, walks, talks, and a potluck dinner is to offer an education about and an appreciation of our coastline's beaches, marshes, and dunes.
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