The Second Annual Urban Arts Festival
Save Our Streets, Inc. (SOS) is hosting the Second Annual Boston Urban Art Festival
July 19th, 2012 from 12pm - 6pm
Martini Memorial Shell Park, 1015 Truman Parkway (next to stop and shop), Hyde Park, MA
Free for all - Family-friendly event
Children Activities: From 12-6
Live Performances: From 1-6
The Urban Arts Festival is a FREE event to display and encourage the arts within the Boston community and promote positive creative outlets among its youth to prevent violence, all while supporting local Boston artists. From 12-6pm there will be family-friendly events including children's games and activities like sack races, dodge ball, painting and more. The Boston police and fire departments have been invited as well to speak and run activities for the children.
From 1-6pm there will be live performances from Boston locals including some bands, spoken word, dancers and more. Visual artists will also be in attendance, creating canvases and various other art mediums on site. Food and drink will be offered at the event and raffles will be held for prizes.
The purpose of hosting Boston's first Urban Arts Festival is to create more opportunities for local residents to become involved in their community. This will help to position Boston's youth toward something positive and constructive.
About Save Our Streets Boston, Inc:
Save Our Streets Boston, Inc. is a 501(3) c nonprofit organization whose aim is to assist our community in gaining access to the myriad of positive opportunities available throughout the city. Our goal is to guide and support those within our community in following their dreams, and by doing so, promote the positive development of the Boston community as a whole. We want to create a dynamic network of organizations within the city to promote the many youth development programs currently offered, to those who could use them most. SOS-Boston's goal is to motivate our community to take advantage of all the great opportunities available to city residents.
Fitzgerald David; 857-719-9467