@FranklinParkBos Advocacy Alert! Many park users have expressed concern to the Franklin Park Coalition about the use of the Franklin Park Playstead lawn area for dumping dirty snow from city streets. If you Continue Reading »
On Saturday, February 5th from 1:00-4:00 pm, come to the Franklin Park Snow Festival! Bring your sleds (or borrow one there), borrow a pair of snowshoes, track animal prints with Boston Nature Center teachers, build snowpeople, and warm up inside with board games and hot chocolate. Bring your own cross country skis for a park tour at 1:30. At the Franklin Park Golf Clubhouse. Volunteers Needed! (call or email if you can help out) 617-442-4141 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Bicyclists owe a huge thank you to the Franklin Park Coalition and the Parks Department for the decision earlier this summer to officially allow bicyclists to ride the paved off-road paths through Franklin Park. So as a thank-you note, let’s help give the park some bike-friendly care by helping sweep excess sand and gravel off of frequently traveled areas.
Please join us on Wednesday August 11th at 6 pm on Pierpoint Rd. – close to the intersection with Circuit Drive where there are two stone shelters on
each side of the road. The Franklin Park Coalition has clean up tools such
as brooms and shovels that we can take around the park to tidy up the sandy scratchy bits. If you have a bike trailer and can tow it along to help
carry tools, that would be especially wonderful.
After the clean up, join us for pizza out on the porch behind the club
Hope to see you there!
JP Bikes, Rozzie Bikes, Dot Bike and the Franklin Park Coalition