Geneva Cliffs

Free Painting Workshop at Geneva Cliffs | June 9

ParkARTS of Boston is pleased to announce a free watercolor painting workshop for residents ages 9 or older at Geneva Cliffs Urban Wild Sat., June 9 from 12PM to 2PM. 

The free workshop is part of the Mayor's ParkARTS program which brings professional artists into Boston's neighborhood parks. Materials are generously supplied by Blick Art Materials. For more information about summer programs in the parks, please visit:

Geneva Cliffs Spring Festival | March 31

Friends of Geneva Cliffs are welcoming all residents to free games, prizes, music, and fun on Saturday, March 31 from 12PM to 2PM at the intersection of Bowdoin Street and Geneva Avenue.  The rain date is April 7.  For more information please call Susan or Philly at 617.754.0100.

Haunted Forest @ Geneva Cliffs Oct. 29

On October 29, Geneva Cliffs will become a Haunted Forest, just in time for Halloween! You will be guided on a walk full of frights, goblins and ghosts at Geneva Cliffs! There will even be a spooky but less scary path for kids! The event will take place from dusk until 8:00 p.m. Attached is a flyer for the event if you would like to spread the word. Check out where Geneva Cliffs is located on google maps here. For more information, check out the website at!

Friends of Geneva Cliffs


617-436-0289 or 617-754-0230

Email: (Greater Four Corners Action Coalition manages Friends of Geneva Cliffs)

Hours of operation (or meeting times & dates): 

Meets 4th Monday of every month from 6:30pm - 8:00pm at the Menino Pavillion Community Room, 155 Geneva Avenue, Dorchester. Anyone may attend.


The Friends of Geneva Cliffs includes local residents and community organizations who work together to make The Geneva Cliffs Urban Wild a safe, clean and inviting "natural area" for neighbors to enjoy. This is the only urban wild in our part of Dorchester, and we want to preserve this space for everyone's enjoyment. Through community organizing over many years, we raised funds from foundations and public agencies to restore the Cliffs from their long abandoned and overgrown conditions into an "urban oasis" with a walking trail, special plantings and educational signage, sitting areas, and space for special community events. Come take a walk, have a picnic, get some exercise and come by when you see the banner up for special community events.


367 Washington Street
Dorchester, MA 02124
United States
Key Partners: 

Boston Conservation Commission (owners of Geneva Cliffs); Greater Four Corners Action Coalition, Bowdoin Street Health Center, ABCD, Greater Bowdoin Geneva Neighborhood Association, Geneva Apartments, and Meeting House Hill Civic Association.

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