Ashmont Hill

Ashmont Hill Association Garage Sale | May 21

Antiques, furniture, tools, computers, household and baby items, architectural details and miscellany in carriage houses, porches and lawns throughout one of Dorchester's most charming neighborhoods. Delightful atmosphere, friendly people and great bargains, of course. 


When: Sat, May 21 9am-2pm

Where: Start at Ocean St. off Welles Ave. By MBTA take Red Line to Ashmont Station . Maps are available at each yard. 

For information: Call 617-288-6626 or

Dorchester House Tour | June 12

  • Visit a dozen delightful homes and carriage houses and talk with their owners.
  • See how these 19th century homes have been preserved, restored, and transformed for 21st century living.  
  • Tour the historic 1892 Parish of All Saints, Ashmont, and learn about its award-winning restoration.

When: Sunday, June 12 12pm-5pm, (Doors open at 11:30a.m for ticket sales and advance-purchase check in. )

Where: Self-guided tour begins at the Parish of All Saints, Ashmont, 209 Ashmont Street. 


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Ashmont Hill Association Monthly Meeting | May 31

The Ashmont Hill Association meeting began with a Welcome and Introductions, and the C-11 Community Police Report was given by Micheal Keaney. A report on this year's Yard Sale was given. Vicki Rugo offered an update on the Peabody Square Farmers' Market for the summer season. Pat Burson discussed the Dot Art: Snazzy Jazzy Arty Party that is coming up on Thursday, June 21. Erin Anderson from GoLocal MetroBoston spoke about the resources the organization offers.

Ashmont Hill Association Monthly Meeting | March 29 2012

The Ashmont Hill Monthly Meeting was held at 8 Ashmont Street, and attendees enjoyed a delicious entry from the Chili Cook-off - a vegetarian white chili, sans tomatoes. The meeting began with a welcome and introductions from attendees. Mary Greene of the Ashmont Nursery School presented the association with information about the school, its philosophy, and activities that happen there. To find out more, please visit the school on the web at The association then brainstormed for future neighborhood events. >> Read More

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