Join Grove Hall & Bowdoin-Geneva Residents & Community Organizations in Transforming Vacant Lots into Public Gardens of Beauty & Learning!
Come Garden & Engage in Community Transformation!
Thanks to: Grove Hall & Bowdoin-Geneva community residents & congregations, Greater Bowdoin-Geneva Neighborhood Association, Masjid AlQur'an, Mt. Calvary Holy Church, Pine Street Inn, Coleman Street Neighbors Association, Neighborhood Development Corp. of Grove Hall,
Nuestra Communidad, Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative, Project R.I.G.H.T., The Ten Point Coalition, Mayor Menino's Neighborhood
Response Team, First Church in Cambridge, Congregational, UCC, Dorchester Gardenlands Preserve, First Parish Church of Dorchester, First Read more
In the month of March State Rep. Carlos Henriquez of the 5th Suffolk district will hold four community meetings in his district to discuss new laws and policy, also to address the issues and concerns of his constituents. The following dates and locations are: March 2nd (Viet Aide, 42 Charles st), 16th (Grove Hall library, 41 geneva ave), 23rd (Roxbury YMCA, 285 MLK Blvd), and 30th (Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative, 504 Dudley st).
Public voting has begun in the city’s Deck the Windows of Boston Main Streets contest, a friendly competition that asks merchants to decorate their storefronts for the holidays. Residents are encouraged to vote online for their favorite holiday-themed windows. Last week, local judges reviewed windows in each of the Boston Main Streets districts and submitted a winner from each of the 20 Main Street districts. The public voting stage of the contest will conclude on Dec. 18. Read more
ABCD needs you to Volunteer!
We are looking for special people like you to volunteer with the Financial Futures Initiative at ABCD this upcoming tax season to:
• Help our Boston residents get free tax preparation assistance
• Save thousands of dollars in tax preparation fees; and
• Make a difference in their lives.
By volunteering your time, you get to
• Learn new skills
• Make new friends; and
• Become a certified IRS tax preparer Read more
The Codman Square Neighborhood Council meets the first Wednesday of every month from 7 to 8:30p.m. in the Great Hall of the Codman Square Health Center – 6 Norfolk Street, Dorchester. For additional information please call 617 265-4189.
The Codman Square Neighborhood Council meets the first Wednesday of every month from 7pm to 8:30pm in the Great Hall of the Codman Square Health Center – 6 Norfolk Street, Dorchester. For additional information please call 617 822-8194.
The Dorchester Day Parade Committee is hosting its 1st annual art contest open to all
Dorchester residents in the 3rd through 6th grade or students that attend a Dorchester
school. Two (2) prizes will be awarded to the drawings that are chosen from a
panel of local judges. Please fill out the registration form below and mail it with your
Art to the committee chair. A completed registration form and Art must be
postmarked by March 16, 2012 to be considered for a prize.
1.) The student must be a Dorchester resident or attend a Dorchester school. Read more
The Higher Education Development and Upliftment Program is offering free GED/ESL classes on Mondays from 7:00pm - 9:00pm at Christ the King Church at 50 Stoughton Street, Dorchester, MA 02125. We offer individualized, one-on-one tutoring that allows people to choose what specific skills/subjects they need help with. We start-up for 2012 on Monday, January 23rd. Questions? Call 1-980-224-3387 or visit www.hedup.org
Beginner & Intermediate line dance classes are held weekly at the John P Holland School Community Center on Wednesdays in 8-week session durations. The next session begins 10/12 - 11/30 open to BCYF Members, contact the Holland Comm Center Staff if you are interested in attaining ADULT or SENIOR membership to attend the Soul line dance class.
We teach the basics in line dancing whether you dance SouL or Country.
Line Dance Class $40/8-week session due Oct 12 or $5 per class. Read more
If you are a Boston gardener whose hard work and dedication deserves recognition - or know one - you have until July 15 to register for Mayor Menino’s 2011 Garden Contest.
Launched 15 years ago as part of Mayor Menino’s citywide beautification initiative, the contest recognizes gardeners who have landscaped, planted flowers, trees, and shrubs, and, in the process, helped beautify Boston’s neighborhoods. Read more