BOSTON MEGARAID: Schedule and Directions This is here to help keep things organized, I'll try to make sure the other threads on the megaraid link back here. Schedule: Saturday, May 29: 10:00 AM Pre-Meet at Copley Square 10:30 AM March to the Org 11:00 AM Yelling at the Org 2:30 PM March/T ride to South Station 3:00 PM Meet up with Zombie March at South Station ????? PM Zombie March ends ????? PM Dinner and Bar Crawl (locations TBA) Sunday, May 30th: 11:00 AM Set-up at Parkman Bandstand, Boston Common 12:00 PM Ex-Sci speeches 1:00 PM Q&A and book signings 3:00 PM Anonywedding has been canceled due to a family emergency. music and games will likely fill the void. 4:00 PM Donkey Punch full video premiere and presentation 4:30 PM Donkey Punch pinata 6:00 PM Dinner and Drinking (locations TBA) Monday, May 31st: 11:00 AM First meetup at Long Wharf North Pier to catch the boat 11:30 AM First boat to George's Island departs 12:00 PM Second metup 12:30 PM Second departure 12:00 PM Pirate Picnic at George's Island 4:30 PM Final boat leaves George's Island 5:00 PM Pool's Closed, gtfo Locations Copley Square in the middle of downtown Boston, Copley is best accessed by the green line of the T (Copley Square stop). Google Maps: Copley Square - Google Maps The Org is located at 448 Beacon Street in the Back Bay area of Boston. Parking near the org is scarce, so we recommend using the green line of the T (Hynes Convention Center stop) if you are not marching with the group. It is at the intersection between Hereford and Beacon. Protesters are generally discouraged from standing on the corner with the church, but should be able to occupy any of the other three corners. Google Maps: Google Maps South Station is a public transit hub. We will me moving from the org on to the green line and transferring to the red line at the Park Street stop to get to South Station. If you intend to meet up with the Zombie march separately, it may be a good idea to exchange numbers with a trusted anon first, as the station is large and folks may be difficult to find. Google Maps:Google Maps Parkman Bandstand, Boston Common is a central location in the middle of the historic Boston Common. Take the red, orange or green lines to Park Street (orange line can walk from the Downtown Crossing connector). When you exit the station, turn around and walk towards the large fenced off fountain. Continue in that direction until you see the idiots with flags running around a fancy gazebo. If you are arriving by car, park in the Boston Commons garage on Charles Street and walk up the park towards the T stops until you see idiots with flags. Google Maps: Parkman Bandstand, Boston Common - Google Maps (use the satellite view to see the walkways) Long Wharf North Pier is located near the Aquarium and best accessed by the blue line of the T. You can transfer to the blue line from the green at Government Center. We will have folks waiting at Aquarium Station to direct everyone to the wharf. Google Maps: aquarium station boston - Google Maps George's Island is one of the many island parks that dots the Boston Harbor. It is home to a civil war fort that was somewhat re-purposed for use in WWII as a watch point. If you're going to try to get there on your own, for some reason, here's the map. Google seems to have missed the mark a little, so aim for the big island with the fort on it and not the middle of the empty water like it says. Google Maps: georges island boston MA - Google Maps If you need help planning your trip, we strongly recommend consulting MBTA.com > Official Website for Greater Boston's Public Transportation System or Google Maps's public transit options. Rides are $2 with unlimited transfers, so you can double back and switch lines as much as your paranoid little heart desires. Taxis and parking are expensive, and that money is better spent on booze. If your group does not already have contact info for at least one Bostonanon in the event of navigational meltdown, please correct this before your arrival.