Friends of East
Boston Greenway Meeting Thursday, May 23, 2013, 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. East Boston YMCA, 215 Bremen Street
All are welcome. Agenda attached. *Please plan to attend, your input
is essential!The BRA will be presenting a project
update and conceptual design of the new Greenway section that will
serve as the final connection to Constitution Beach.
Programs & Volunteers Greenway Gardeners - Volunteers
Needed Saturday June 1, 9am - 12pm East Boston Greenway –
Meet at caboose at Bremen & Marginal Streets.
Help lend a hand to maintain perennial beds on the East Boston
include weeding, mulching, and planting of beds with daylilies
and native shrubs. We'll provide gloves and tools.
Families welcome. To
volunteer, contact Candice Cook email@example.com or
New Balance Foundation Let's Get
Movin' Walk/Run for Fitness - Free Family Event by EBNHC Route includes the East Boston Greenway! Saturday June 1, 10am Memorial Stadium Park, Logan Airport Service Drive MAP
The East Boston Neighborhood Health Center is organizing an event
to celebrate all the accomplishments of our young participants in
the Let’s Get Movin’ program. The New Balance Foundation Let’s Get
Movin’ Walk/Run for Fitness will take place on June 1, 2013 at
10:00 on East Boston Memorial (Airport) Park. Free registration is
available to the whole community online at
www.racemenu.com/letsgetmovin or in person between 10am and 4pm,
at the Let’s Get Movin’ office at 120 Liverpool Street, East
Boston. The first 100 people to register will also receive a free
t-shirt. They are going fast! Awards will be given to both male
and female first-place finishers for the following age groups:
8-11, 11-14, 14-18, and 18 and over. The run will be
electronically chip-timed. Come to the Let’s Get Movin’ office on
Thursday May 30, from 10am-7pm to pick up your race bib. You can
also register on the day of the race at Memorial Park starting at
9:00. For more information, please call or email Joshua Hardester,
at (617) 568-4701 or Hardestj@ebnhc.org We hope to see you and
your whole family there! Flyer attached. East Boston Greenway Walking Tour - Part of the
Common Boston Series Sunday June 9, 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Meet at Bremen Street Park gate at Brooks St, near Airport
Join BNAN and the Friends of East Boston Greenway on an excursion
from Bremen Street Park to Maverick Square to discover the
neighborhood’s historic railroad and maritime elements that are
now transformed into treasured park spaces. Although the Greenway
is the connecting thread of open space areas, it also provides a
buffer between the Logan Airport edge and the city. This tour will
highlight how this international transportation hub has
significantly altered the face of the neighborhood and the
greenway’s role in reclaiming East Boston’s splendor. Register online
or by phone 617.391.4017. This is part of a series of East Boston
tours happening that day. Learn more on the Common
This just in: CALLING ALL COMMUNITIES! Come join in the 2013 METRO BOSTON RACE AMITY CELEBRATION on the ROSE KENNEDY GREENWAY
This is a free event! Sunday, June 9th from 1-5 pm (Parcel 17 between Aquarium and North Station) Rain Date: Saturday, June 15
In 2012 Mayor Thomas M. Menino issued a proclamation that established the second Sunday in June annually as Race Amity Day in the City of Boston. This year Governor Deval Patrick has issued a proclamation that this same day shall be Race Amity Day throughout the Commonwealth. This is a day for all people across racial and cultural communities to gather together to celebrate and show appreciation for our diverse racial and cultural backgrounds.
The Metro Boston Race Amity Celebration is A Festival for the Human Family For more information go to firstname.lastname@example.org
(East Boston, MA) May 20, 2013....On Tuesday June 11, 2013, East Boston Main Streets will hold its Community Networking Breakfast at Spinelli’s from 7:30am – 9:00am.
Meet and mingle over breakfast with East Boston residents and business owners. Congressman Michael Capuano, Representative of the Eighth Congressional District will be delivering the keynote address and discussing important neighborhood issues.
Tickets are $25.00 each or a table of 10 for $250.00
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit: http://ebmsBreakfast.eventbrite.com or call the East Boston Main Streets office at 617-561-1044. East Boston Main Streets is a public/private partnership initiative of Boston Main Streets, which was established by Mayor Thomas M. Menino. The program has been operating in East Boston since 1995 to create a vibrant business district by initiating private and public improvements, promoting commerce, and supporting efforts to improve the quality of life for all who live, work and do business in East Boston. East Boston Gateway, Inc. is a Non-Profit Organization Recognized under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.