The Boston Urban Forest Council presents a Summer Tree Stroll on Wednesday, July 11, from 6:30 – 8. Meet at the Brewer Fountain on the Boston Common (behind the Park Street T-Station.) Summer evenings are the perfect time to notice the shapes of trees. Come and learn to distinguish between the upright ginkgo, the spreading oak, and the vase shaped elm. You will also learn to identify leaves and find historic trees as you walk the Common and the Public Garden, enjoying the beauty of a summer evening. Sponsored by Boston Natural Areas Network in partnership with the Friends of the Public Garden and the Boston Parks & Recreation department. Please register for this free event by calling 617-542-7696, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Photo from www.joenesgarden.com.