Dudley Square

Wake Up The Earth Parade | May 3

On Saturday, May 3 the Wake Up The Earth Festival will take place. This event was started by Spontaneous Celebration in 1979 and brings together Jamaica Plain, Roxbury, and other areas of Boston in an annual celebration of diversity, the arrival of spring, music and culture, popular theatre, the visual arts, and more. The Parade is a commemoration of the success these communities had in opposing the construction of 1-95 along the route known as the Southwest Corridor. >> Read More

Jazz Under Glass | June 9

 

Don't miss Jazz Under Glass from 6pm to 8pm on June 9 in the Dudley Greenhouse. The Dudley Greenhouse is a community greenhouse in the Dudley neighborhood of Roxbury. It is located at 11 Brook Ave. This is a great opportunity for a night filled of fun, food and music. The cost is $25 per person (free for children under 12) which includes complimentary food from neighborhood chefs. For information and tickets, call 617-442-1322 x13 or visit jazzunderglass.brownpapertickets.com.

Wake up the Earth Parade | May 4

 

Common Thread Dudley Square presents the Wake Up the Earth Parade! The festival and parade will take place on May 4 (raindate: May 5) at 11:20am (begin assembling at 10:30am). The parade will start from Edward O. Gourdin Veterens Park. Dudley Square is calling all community partners to come and bring the noise! Do you have issues you want to bring to the streets? March! Walk! Drum! Bike! Be heard! For more info, call 617-637-6383 or email commonthreaddudleysquare@gmail.com

 

Wake Up the Earth Festival and Parade | May 4

 

WAKE UP THE EARTH FESTIVAL AND PARADE FROM DUDLEY SQUARE!

CALLING ALL COMMUNITY PARTNERS COME AND

BRING THE NOISE! DO YOU HAVE ANY ISSUES YOU WANT TO BRING TO THE STREETS? MARCH! WALK! DRUM! BIKE! BE HEARD!

SATURDAY, MAY 4, 2013

(RAINDATE SUNDAY, MAY 5)

10:30 AM PARADE ASSEMBLES AT EDWARD O.GOURDIN VETERANS PARK (ACROSS FROM B2 POLICE STATION) PARADE STARTS AT 11:20 AM SHARP!

 

Annual Kwanzaa Celebration and Open House | Dec. 26

Annual Kwanzaa Celebration and Open House

Learn about and celebrate the first day of Kwanzaa at the Dudley Branch Library. Refreshments will be served. Open to all ages and families. FREE

Where: Dudley Branch Library, 65 Warren Street , Roxbury

When: Wednesday December 26, 12P - 2P

Contact: 617-442-6186

RSVP: http://www.facebook.com/events/443367815724108/

Wrappin Down Dudley | Dec. 15

The Dudley Branch Library (65 Warren Street, Roxbury) is hosting Wrappin' Down Dudley, a holiday event. The event will go from 2pm to 5pm and welcomes all ages! Wrappin' Down Dudley will include activities such as poetry reading by Books of Hope and ornament making! Light refreshments will be provided as well. Don't forget to bring food to donate to the local food bank.

TEDxRoxbury Women | Dec. 2

Sunday, Dec. 2nd | 5:00-7:00pm

NOTE: VENUE CHANGE Due to a passionate public response the event has been moved the event venue from Haley House Bakery Café to the University of Massachusetts Boston, Ryan Lounge in the McCormack building on the 3rd floor.

In the spirit of "ideas worth spreading, TEDxRoxburyWomen is a local, intimate event that brings people together to share a TED-like experience and to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group of people. TEDxRoxburyWomen will be celebrating "Big Ideas" by a diverse group of local women.

Free to attend but registration is required. Space is limited, so sign up quickly to ensure your participation in what promises to be a though provoking and entertaining evening. Registration is available at www.tedxroxburywomen.com. >> Read More

Dudley Greenhouse Fall Festival & Market | Nov. 20

The Dudley Green Greenhouse invites you to a family fun event on November 20, 2012 from 4 to 7pm with a chance to buy fresh and healthy food at a wonderful fall harvest that is inviting to families and children.

Supporting local food production to grow the community, the Dudley Greenhouse will be celebrating:

  • The Fall
  • Thanksgiving
  • The end of the harvest season

There will be vegetables to purchase, activities for children and the Mei Mei Street Kitchen Food Truck.

Where: Dudley Greenhouse 11 Brook Ave, Roxbury

When: Tue, Nov 20, 4-7pm

Contact: Danielle Andrews dandrews@thefoodproject.org

 

Multicultural Festival | August 18

The 28th Annual Multicultural Festival is here! Don't miss this event that will celebrate the world's diversity! The festival will take place on August 18th from 12pm to 6pm at Mary Hannon Park in Dorchester. The festival will include performances, games, face-painting, music, food, and more! For more information about the multicultural festival, call 617-442-9670 ext. 160

Roxbury Bike Tour, Jul. 13

Discover Roxbury

Take two wheels to the street with Discovery Roxbury! The Summer of Cycling continues with the annual Roxbury's Main Streets bike tour on July 13, 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Travel to the four corners of Roxbury - Mission Hill, Dudley Square, Grove Hall, and Egleston Square - to meet the people working behind the scenes at Main Streets. Hear about what's happening in each district and get recommendations for places to eat and shop. At the end of the ride, hang out in Egleston Square for a concert performed by Opposite People. Limit 20 people. Helmets are required. Co-presented with the Franklin Park Coalition. Purchase tickets ($10) on Brown Paper Tickets. >> Read More

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