Adams Village

Adams Village Business Association 4th Annual Awards Ceremony | June 26

Adams Village Business Association invites you to join as they recognize two individuals who help make Adams Village a better place to live and do business. This year's recipients are:

Captain Richard Sexton, BPD
Gerard Adomunes, Owner of Gerard's Restaurant and
Adam's Corner General Store
Light refreshments will be provided.
 

The ceremony will be taking place Tuesday, June 26th at 6:30pm at Milton Chiropractic, 540 Gallivan Boulevard, on the 2nd Floor. For additional information, please contact Mary Kelly at mlk9647@comcast.net or 617.697.3019.

Adams Village Business Association Meeting Nov. 18

The Adams Village Business Association will meet on Friday, November 18, at 12:30 pm at the Adams Street Library. For more information about the Adams Village Business Association, check out their facebook. Please call Mary with any questions at 617-697-3019.

Irish Heritage Festival 2011, Oct. 9

The 2011 Irish Heritage Festival will take place in Adams Corner on Oct. 9, 2011. The free family festival runs from noon to 8 p.m., and will feature Irish entertainment, shopping, food and culture in Massachusetts' most Irish neighborhood, Adams Corner in Dorchester. Featured musicians include: The Joshua Tree, Devri, The Gobshites, Clancy Legacy, Robbie O’Connell /Aoife Clancy, Margaret Dalton & Erin's Melody, Sean Og Connors, and more.

You can follow the festival on Facebook, visit the website, or sign up to volunteer!

Historic New England: Pierce House

Phone: 

(617) 288-6041

Hours of operation (or meeting times & dates): 

Open May 16, 2-4pm and October 24, 1-4pm. Tours on the hour, last tour at 3pm

Mission: 

The 1683 Pierce House is a rare known surviving example in the Boston area of a seventeenth century or First Period house. It documents period building practices, and the tastes and housing needs of one family, the Pierces, over more than three centuries. At different times, family members expanded and adapted their dwelling to meet new demands for space, function, comfort, privacy, and cleanliness.

Location

Pierce House Museum
24 Oakton Avenue
Dorchester, MA 02122
United States
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