Boston Preservation Alliance

Boston’s Changing Neighborhoods: How You Can Impact Your Community’s Future | Feb 4

Boston is experiencing unprecedented levels of development and growth, and the neighborhoods are changing rapidly as a result. In addition to substantial changes to the streetscape, communities throughout the city are experiencing population growth and shifting demographics. >> Read More

Social Wednesday Trivia Night | August 15

Join the Boston Preservation Alliance for our first Social Wednesday! This Wednesday will involve trivia and socializing. Meet and mingle with young professionals who share an appreciation for the built environment of Boston as you test your trivia knowledge from the obvious to the obscure. Bring your team or join up with others (teams should have 2 to 4 participants). The trivia night will take place at Cornwall's Pub on 654 Beacon Street in Boston. Trivia will go from 5:30pm to 7:30pm. To RSVP, click HERE. For more information, email or call 617-367-2458.

Uphams Corner Wksp on Preserving Historic Property, Jun. 9

Historic Property at 65 Pleasant StreetCommunity members are invited to attend a FREE Workshop presented by the Boston Preservation Alliance. Relax and enjoy light refreshments with your neighbors in a beautiful historic church! Contribute to a Final Report that will inform education, advocacy and real estate development in Uphams Corner. Workshop takes place on Thursday, June 9, 2011, from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. at St. Marys Episcopal Church, 14 Cushing Avenue, Dorchester; content concerns the Historic Property at 65 Pleasant Street. Please RSVP to Erica Lindamood, Education Coordinator at the Boston Preservation Alliance: contact or 617-367-2458. Visit their website at  

Boston Preservation Alliance



The Boston Preservation Alliance is a nonprofit organization that protects and improves the quality of Boston’s distinct architectural heritage. Through advocacy and education, we bring people and organizations together to influence the future of Boston’s historic buildings, landscapes and communities.

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