Egleston Square

Egleston Square Market Opening Day Roast & Grill | June 6

fresh veggies at the market

Farmers Market Season is here! Come to the opening of the Egleston Square Market! There will be a Pig Roast & Veggie Grill + sides! Pig Donated by Lilac Hedge Farm Live music from Dear June! Boston Cyclists Union will also be there!

 

When: Saturday, June 6th

10:00AM - 4:00PM

Roast & Grill starts at 12pm

Where: In the JPNDC lot at the Amory Brewery Complex

31 Germania Street, Jamaica Plain

Cost: $10/Plate

For more info: visit the Facebook event

https://www.facebook.com/events/1495161974037871/

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Right to Remain Cook-out and Speak out | April 29

right to remain flyer

Come celebrate and protect Egleston! Celebrate how beautiful Egleston is and speak out for affordable housing! Be a part of the anti-housing displacement movement happening to protect low-income individuals from unjust evictions! There will be music, food, and community to uplift and empower each other against housing displacement!

 

When: Wednesday, April 29

4:00PM-6:30PM

Where: Egleston Peace Garden

Corner of Washington and School Street, Dorchester

For more info: email info@righttothecity.org

 

Social Media Workshop | March 10

BNN social media workshop flyer

Come to a can't-miss event with the Boston Neighborhood Network and Constant Contact! This social media workshop will help you get in touch with your internet communication skills and provide tips for more effective social media outreach!

*pre-registration is required for this event*

 

When: Tuesday March 10th 2015

6:00PM-7:30PM

Where: 3025 Washington Street

Egleston Square, Dorchester MA

Cost: $10/person

To Register: https://bnntv.org/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=378

 

Wake Up The Earth Parade | May 3

On Saturday, May 3 the Wake Up The Earth Festival will take place. This event was started by Spontaneous Celebration in 1979 and brings together Jamaica Plain, Roxbury, and other areas of Boston in an annual celebration of diversity, the arrival of spring, music and culture, popular theatre, the visual arts, and more. The Parade is a commemoration of the success these communities had in opposing the construction of 1-95 along the route known as the Southwest Corridor. >> Read More

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