DOT BY THE DAY June 19 - 29, 2014

Friday (20th) – St. Brendan’s Voyageur’s $10,000 Club Dinner is held at Florian Hall, starting with cocktails at 7 p.m. Proceeds benefit St. Brendan parish and school. Tickets are $150 and only 200 are sold. Dinner tickets are available for $5o. For more information call Joanne Burzyk Sweeney at 617-436-2222.

Saturday (21st)
– The first annual Kevin Cellucci Street Hockey Classic and Jamboree will be held at Fallon Field in Roslindale, all day. This Street Hockey Jamboree was created by Joey O’Leary, Tommy McKinnon and Mark Delamere to raise money for the Cellucci Family. Kevin, a 34 year-old dad and husband from Dorchester, was badly injured in a car accident last year.

Uphams Corner Main Streets kicks off its outdoor UP market season from 11 a.m.-4p.m. at Paraiso Restaurant,
750 Dudley St. The 2014 UP Market season will provide an open air market featuring local artisans, crafters, and creative businesses. Free. For more information or to participate as a vendor, please call 617-265-0363 or email info@uphamscorner.org. Thanks for your Support!!!!!

Juneteenth Celebration at Frankilin Park— Also known as Roxbury Pride Day, thousands will gather for the fourth consecutive year in Franklin Park, next to Shattuck Hospital, 11 a.m.- dusk. See roxburyhomecomingcommitteeinc.com for more info.

Day one of the Milton Music Festival takes place in Hutchinson Field, the picturesque space that overlooks the Neponset River from atop Milton Hill. Evening performances from the Quincy Choral Society and the Boston Crusaders Senior Drum and Bugle Corps will be followed by fireworks at 10 p.m. Free. See wearemilton.org

Sunday (22nd) – Day two of Milton Music Festival has a Celtic theme, with performances and food vendors, 1-7 p.m. at Hutchinson Field on Adams Street. See wearemilton.org

Sunday (22nd) – The excitement of Fenway comes to Franklin Park! Watch Red Sox away game on a huge screen with mascot Wally, ball park refreshments, music, live announcer, and fun activities for all ages. Bring a picnic blanket or your lawn chairs. 4 p.m. Sponsored by the Highland Foundation and the Boston Parks Department. On the Playstead ballfields between the Franklin Park Zoo and White Stadium.

Monday (23rd) – The latest installment of PBS’ The American Experience series — Freedom Summer— debuts with an exclusive screening at the Strand Theatre at 6:30 p.m. The hour-and-a-half long screening focuses on the Freedom Riders, Jonestown, and The Murder of Emmett Till— all extraordinary events in the Civil Rights experience from 1964. Following the screening WGBH host Callie Crossley will moderate a discussion with filmmaker Stanley Nelson and special guests, including Bob Moses, field secretary for the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) and co-director of Freedom Summer. Tickets are free, but an RSVP is required. For more information about this special event, visit pbs.org/americanexperience/freedomsummer.

Residents and merchants in Fields Corner are invited to attend the first meeting of a new civic association, 7 - 8:30 p.m., St. Ambrose Church Hall, 240 Adams St. For more information, call 617-265-5376.

Wednesday (25th)– Join the Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative
Board of Directors and staff for the 2014 DSNI Annual Meeting: Generations of Change: DSNI @30, 6 to 8 p.m.
Dudley Street Neighborhood Charter School, 6 Shirley St., Roxbury. All are welcome, dinner provided along with childcare and translation. Contact Erika at 617-442-9670 x100 or visit dsni.org.