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Join Dot Bike in celebrating Bike Week May 14 – 21! Start off Bike Week in Dorchester on Saturday May 14th by exploring some of the jewels of the Emerald Necklace by bike from 10:30 – 12:30. Meet at the Franklin Park Club House. The ride will be at a relaxed pace and involve both road and path riding. After the ride head on over to the Bike and Kite festival in Franklin Park from 1 – 4 p.m. an event Continue Reading »
Wednesday Feb. 2nd starting at 6:30 pm at 551 Talbot Avenue, come see the new bike shop Ashmont Cycles, located in Ashmont/Peabody Square. Owner Jack Pelletier will show the place and describe his plans for the store which is opening March 1, 2011. Continue Reading »
The Nightingale Community Garden on Park Street is the largest (with 30 plots on 1.5 acres) in Dorchester. The garden is undergoing extensive renovations and when work is finished next year there will be an additional 120 garden plots for neighborhood residents to grow fresh vegetables.
On Saturday, November 20, 2010, from 10 to 11:30 AM at the Codman Square Library, the third and final community meeting Continue Reading »
Dorchester residents are encouraged to attend the Health Council meeting on Thursday Nov. 18th, from 4 to 5:30 PM, at the Codman Square Health Center, 637 Washington Street.
Anne Lusk, Ph.D., of Harvard School of Public Health is conducting bicycle-related research in the neighborhoods of Dorchester, Mattapan, and Roxbury, to help make bicycling safer in these neighborhoods by improving the environment. Dinner will be provided by Haley House.
Participants can enjoy having good food, while ranking a series of pictures, and talking about what they think about the pictures and bicycling. You do not need to know how to bicycle to participate.
Please note that this bike survey and dinner are also available to other groups who meet regularly. See this invitation for bicycle survey. Please contact Anne directly if your group is interested in participating in this survey on another date.
Bicycle Visual and Verbal Preference Survey – Boston Fall 2010
Anne Lusk, Ph.D. Harvard School of Public Health
The one-day outdoor event planned for Saturday, August 14 at Malibu and Savin Hill Beaches has been cancelled.
Friends of Savin Hill Shores and the Columbia Savin Hill Civic Association say that the summer festival will be back next year to celebrate the ever-improving Dorchester waterfront.
But all Dorchester residents can still enjoy Dorchester’s shoreline – including the Neponset River and Dorchester Bay’s beaches - for free this summer and fall!
Head on over to Elmhurst Street the evening of August 9 for the Talbot-Norfolk Triangle neighborhood’s Family Fun Night Celebration – its their Big Event to wrap up a successul summer of youth programming. There will be a community dinner and a presentation about what this year’s group of children and teens learned this summer. Dinner at 6:00 pm, Presentation at 7:15 pm.
Now entering its eighth year, Urban Ecology Institute’s CityRoots program has engaged 32 neighborhood and community groups and over 700 individuals of all ages in projects of ecological restoration and urban regreening, fostering community engagement.
Four Dorchester organizations will receive CityRoots support this year:
- Boston Project Ministries-TNT Green Space Alliance – Plant 20 trees through their Park Patrol (co-sponsored by DEHC), and advocate to key stakeholders for increased tree planting in the Norfolk corridor.
- John McCormack Civic Association –Develop the Russell School lot to install and maintain a new outdoor classroom space and add new elements to the “Paul’s Triangle” park, the creation of which last year led to decreased car break-ins.
- United Neighborhood Association – Improve greenspace, sustainably landscape private yards, and install a green roof on the Claybourne Street Community Garden tool shed.
- Upham’s Corner Westside Neighborhood Association – Strengthen and maintain social connections among neighbors through soil quality education, community-wide testing, and by planting trees, shrubs, and installing raised beds in the neighborhood.
DotBike, DEHC’s spin-off community bicycle advocacy group, is co-sponsoring R.O.C.K., Roll and Ride in Franklin Park, a fun day of cycle activities this Saturday.
There will be bikes to borrow for free, escorted family friendly rides of various distances so everyone can find the right ride for them, a bike maintenance station, helmet giveaways while they last and other fun bike activities.
The registration area will be located across from the Giraffe entrance of the Zoo accessible via Pierpont Rd. off of Circuit Drive.
Saturday July 17th 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Co-sponsored by Boston Bikes, BCYF, DotBike, Franklin Park Coalition, JP Bikes and RozzieBikes.
Fields Corner Walking Tour Saturday, June 26, 2010 – DEHC is part of the Fields Corner Collaborative which launched the first annual MyDotTour on Dorchester Day weekend. The tours are 1-hour long informational, youth-led —the first of their kind in Dorchester. Your last chance to take a tour is on June 26, starting 10 AM from the Fields Corner T station lobby. I urge folks to take the MyDot Tour. It is both extremely interesting and a great way to support a positive youth activity in Dorchester.
MyDot Tour was started by the Fields Corner Collaborative, a collective of community groups Continue Reading »