Paint: A Community Paint Party | April 30

4C ART Co presents Paint: A Community Paint Day. Join in as the community beautify the urban wild. 

When: April 30, 2016, 11am-1pm

Where: Urban Wild/Food Forest (located next to the Sustainability Guild) 260 Washington St

Divine High Tea Party | May 14

St. Cyprian's Episcopal Church Women, (E.C.W) cordially invites you to a "Devine High Tea Party".

Ladies and Gents come out and enjoy a fun and elegant evening as we dine on tea, finger sandwiches and other goodies. Hats & gloves for the ladies and bow ties for the gentlemen are encourages but not required. Bring along your favorite, unique tea cup & saucer. 

When: Sat, May 14, 4:00-8:00pm

Where: 42 Bailey St, Dorchester, MA

Are you sophisticated, fun, creative or playful? Show your personality with your favorite hat and you'll be eligible to win a special prize. 

Tickets are $12

For more information, please contact Carmen: 857-869-0498 or Joyce 617-469-4865

Senior Ball | May 20

Area B-3 9th Annual Senior Ball with dinner & dancing. For senior citizen 60+.

When: Friday, May 20 5:00-9:00pm

Where: Unity Sports Club, 10 Dunbar Ave Dorchester, MA


Please contact B-3 CSO office at 617-343-4717

for tickets & information. 

Fields Corner Art Stroll | May 4

Join Fields Corner Main St for a stroll down Dot Ave while viewing local artwork in Fields Corner Businesses. 

Participating Businesses: 

  • Antonio's Pizza
  • Chill on Park
  • Dot Art
  • Fields Corner Businesses Lab
  • Home.Stead Bakery & Cafe
  • Kim's Flowers
  • Landmark Unlimited Realty
  • The Blarney Stone
  • The Dorchester Art Project

When: Wed, May 4, 2016, 5:00pm-8:00pm

Where: Fields Corner, Dot Ave

Free Vision Screenings | May 1

Free Cookout, bouncy House and lots more fun! All Ages are welcome. No sign up necessary!

Where: The Boys and Girls Club of Boston, 15 Talbot Ave. Corner of Talbot & Blue Hill Ave

When: Sunday,  May 1st 9am-3pm


For more information: Contact The Community Service Office (B3-CSO)
Ph: 617-343-4717
Bring along your children,
friend’s & neighbors!


New England Eye, New England College of Optometry, VSP Global®, Vision For
and From Children, The Boston Police Department District B-3

Medical Education on Human Trafficking | April 29

Hanni Stoklosa, is an emergency medicine doctor at Brigham and Women’s Hospital — and a national expert on human trafficking.  She will be presenting a talk on Medical Education on Human Trafficking. All are welcome.

When: Friday April 29 at 10:15am - 11:30am

Where: Black Box Theater, 14 Epping St, Boston, MA 02124 ( Codman Academy Upper School entrance)

Drop-in Bike Repair Clinic | April 27

Is your bike suffering from winter blues? Join Dot Bike for a free tune-ups and tips from bike repair experts. 

Where: Fields Corner at  BCYF Cleveland Community Center, 11 Charles Dorchester, MA 02122

When: Wed, April 27 4-8pm

Questions call 617-533-2228

23rd Annual Dorchester/Roxbury/Mattapan Community Seder | April 30

The Seder includes telling the story of Passover, singing songs, and eating dinner. It's a great opportunity to get to know each other in the context of discussing themes of slavery and freedom. Family friendly... with a special prize for the hidden afikomen (dessert matzah) after the meal! 

The 2016 Dorchester/Roxbury/Mattapan Community Seder will be the 23rd that has been organized by a group of Jewish friends and neighbors, hosted by First Parish Dorchester (Unitarian Universalist).  >> Read More

April Ghoul's Day Ride | April 30

Join Dot Bike for a guided 6-mile ride touring Dorchester North (est. 1634) and South (1814) Burying Grounds and Cedar Grove Cemetery (1867). Meet your living, bicycling neighbors and some not-so-living neighbors and learn a few fun facts about Dorchester’s famous burying grounds! The route will include a stretch of the lovely Neponset River path, including the falls at Lower Mills.


When: Sat, April 30 , 10am

Where: Home.stead bakery & cafe 1448 Dorchester Ave, Dorchester 02122




CGCA 80th Anniversary | April 28

Cedar Grove Civic Association has been in existence for 80 consecutive years!!
They have a lot to of accomplishments to be proud of as a neighborhood and community. 
They have created a committee to put together this event to bring folks together from the last 80 years to celebrate the history. That's the history of past civic presidents, engaged citizens, local elected officials, and new neighbors alike and ALL are invited to attend. It's a fun evening of celebration, of memories, history, and maybe even new ventures and friendships created. 

They will acknowledge this year's Good Neighbor (Theresa Lohmar) and Good Business Award (Greenhill's Bakery) as well as give the Ray Donahoe Lifetime Achievement Award to Gerard Adomunes of Gerard's Restaurant at this event instead of the general monthly May meeting. 

When: Thurs, April 28, 6pm >> Read More

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