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Where did the season go?
Tomorrow night (Saturday, October 6, 2012) will be our final full WaterFire of 2012 and it’s sure to be a good one! It’s the Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation’s Flames of Hope WaterFire. It’s always one of our most popular and inspiring events. Check out our event page for full schedule.
Please note: the lighting ceremony in Waterplace Basin will occur at 7:45 PM in order to coordinate with other Flames of Hope activity. The rest of the WaterFire installation from the Basin to the Crawford Street Bridge and Memorial Park will be lit at 7:00 PM.
About the author
Peter joined the WaterFire Providence team in March 2011 to co-lead the organization with Barnaby Evans, founder and executive artistic director. Previously, Peter served as executive director, ceo and board member of the American Sail Training Association (Tall Ships America). In 2006, he founded Sea-Fever Consulting LLC, a management consulting firm focused on strategy, communications and leadership development and launched the Weekly Leader blog and podcast. Prior to that he had a 20 year career in financial services working in New York, Boston, San Francisco and London. Life long mariner, photographer, hockey player and art fan, he lives in Fall River, MA with his dog Zane. Peter proudly serves as a board member of the Fall River Museum of Contemporary Art.