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Mayor Martin J. Walsh's Neighborhood Coffee Hour

Our wonderful Mayor Martin J. Walsh, has put together an hour or coffee and socializing. 


When: July 13th, 2017


Where: Mothers Rest at Four Corners, 410 Washington St.


More Info contact: 617-635-4505

Disco Night with Stardust at City Hall Plaza | Aug. 10

The always popular Stardust, a local super-group formed by gathering some of the most talented and experienced musicians in the entertainment industry and honed by over a decade of active rotation.  The band is in high demand and performs regularly at fine venues and hotels throughout the country. 

Led by bandleader Keith Kostick and singers Cecilia Colucci and Charles Clark, Stardust packs the dance floor at corporate events, weddings, and City Hall Plaza where revelers of all ages get to get up and boogie under the summer sky.  Stardust’s popularity at private events means that public appearances are limited, so this Disco Night is a rare treat for both the band and its fans.

When: Aug. 10 at 7pm

Where: City Hall Plaza

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Free Joshua Tree concert | Jul. 20

The U2 tribute band Joshua Tree performs in concert tonight at Garvey Park in Neponset. Part of ParkARTS Citywide Neighborhood Concert series. Free.

When: Wednesday, July 20 7:00pm

Where: Garvey Park, 340 Neponset Ave. 


Mondays With The Mayor | July 11

Mayor Walsh will host a town hall style meeting at the Murphy School to discuss any issues and concerns with residents.

The Mayor will take questions from the audience on any topic. He will be joined by his Cabinet and Department Heads who will also answer questions.

Contact the Mayor’s office of Neighborhood Services at 617-636-3485 with any questions about the event.

When: Monday, July 11, 6pm

Where: Murphy School, 1 Worrell St.
Dorchester, MA 02122

Mayor's Enchanted Trolley Tour & Tree Lightings | Dec 4-6

Mayor Marty Walsh invites you to celebrate the holidays with your family, friends, and neighbors.


Friday Dec 4, 2015

  • 5:30pm - Roche Family Center, West Roxbury
  • 6:15 pm - Wolcott Square, Readville
  • 6:45 pm - Mattapan Square, Mattapan
  • 7:15 pm - Codman Square, Dorchester

Saturday, December 5

  • 2:00 pm - J.P. Monument, Jamaica Plain
  • 2:45 pm - Hyde Square, Jamaica Plain
  • 3:15 pm - Brigham Circle, Mission Hill
  • 3:45 pm - Bolling Building (2300 Washington Street), Roxbury
  • 4:15 pm - Boston Center for the Arts, South End
  • 5:00 pm - Oak Square, Brighton

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National Memory Screening Week Event | Nov 2

For National Memory Screening Week, Boston Alzheimer’s Initiative will be hosting an information and Q&A session with FREE Memory Screenings for Alzheimer’s Disease.  

When : Mon Nov 2, 10-2pm

 Where: Boston City Hall, Room 8001, 8th Floor

Any information gathered will be kept completely confidential. 

Memory Screenings must be reserved in advance. 

For more information and to reserve a memory screening please call or email Patricia McCormack at 617-635-3992 or

Striving For Excellence:Building A Vision For The Next 25 Years | Oct 22

Greater Four Corners Action Coalition invites you to their annual meeting with invited guest speaker Mayor Martin Walsh.


When: Thursday October 22, 2015 6:00-9:00pm 

Where:  Greenwood Memorial United Methodist Church 378A Washington Street, Dorchester, MA

$2.00 Donation recommended

Any and all donations are welcome and will be accepted!!

Spanish Translation and Childcare will be available. Dinner will be served.  

For more information contact:

The Greater Four Corners Action Coalition

367 Washington St. Dorchester, MA



fax: 617-825-3308

You don't want to miss this!





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Haitian Community Forum with Mayor Marty Walsh | May 18

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You are cordially invited to join the Mayor of Boston Martin J. Walsh at a Haitian Community Forum! Topics to be discussed will include job opportunities and creation, training and business development, access to quality education, workforce development and vocational training, access to affordable housing and MUCH MORE! Come discuss how we can empower one another and improve the Haitian community's station in life. You're encouraged to bring a family member or a friend!


When: Monday, May 18th


Where:  Haitian Adult Day Health Center- Saint Belvi 

6 Frontenac Street, Dorchester

For more info: Contact Bernadette Adonis at (617)955-1988 or Oswald Neptune at (617)288-4155


Mayor Marty Walsh Coffee Hour | June 9

Join Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Boston Parks and Recreation Department for the 17th Annual Neighborhood Coffee Hour Series in local parks citywide from May 6th - June 17th. All participants will enjoy coffee and breakfast treats provided by Dunkin’ Donuts along with a flowering plant grown in the city’s greenhouses!


When: Tuesday, June 9th


Where: Ronan Park

92 Mount Ida Road, Dorchester


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Marty Walsh's Dot Ave Housing Initiative | March 30 and April 2

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The second BSA Urban Design Workshop examines Mayor Walsh’s housing initiative and runs March 30 through April 2. The site focuses on the Dorchester Avenue corridor between the Broadway and Andrews MBTA Red Line stops. This area, identified as one of two of the mayor’s housing development “priority zones,” is characterized by light industrial uses, auto-dependent businesses, and underused parcels. Four design teams will each propose innovative workforce housing on adjacent parcels.

The workshop aims to stimulate discussion, encouraging public officials and the public to be inspired by individual proposals and by the way in which aggregation of a new residential development might begin to contribute to a new mixed-use neighborhood. The overall goal is to promote more expansive and innovative thinking about urban workforce housing.

This three-day workshop will include two public presentations: The first, on Monday, March 30, will provide an overview of the workshop objectives as well as a panel discussion with national housing experts. The second, on Thursday, April 2, will present workshop results by the four participating teams.



  • Monday, March 30, at 6:00 pm at BSA Space: Kickoff Panel Discussion, moderated by Renée Loth (open to the public). 
  • Tuesday, March 31, and Thursday, April 2: Workshop with the four professional teams.
    • Four interdisciplinary urban design teams, led by Brian Healy FAIA, Eric Höweler AIA, Beth Whittaker AIA, and the BSA Emerging Professionals Network, will each develop proposals that aim to balance innovations in residential living with the larger city-building opportunities afforded by redevelopment. In addition to architects, teams will include urban designers, transportation planners, and landscape architects enlisted through the efforts of the BSA Urban Design Committee.
  • Thursday, April 2, at 6:00 pm at BSA Space: Presentations of the four teams’ proposals (open to the public)

Where: BSA Space

290 Congress Street, Suite 200
Boston, MA

To RSVP: email

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