Neighborhood News & Notes
Imagine Boston 2030 will define a vision for Boston on its 400th birthday and beyond, and a roadmap to realize that vision. Imagine Boston 2030 will guide positive physical change while promoting shared prosperity, coordinated public investments, and a healthy environment and population. http://imagine.boston.gov
My Brother's Keeper Advisory Meeting: The next MBK Advisory Committee meeting will be taking place on Wed. Sep 16 at the Bruce Bolling Municipal Building at Dudley Station in Roxbury. Visit boston.gov/mbk for more details!
The Mayor's Cup Soccer tournament is now registering teams! This tournament will bring together teams from throughout Boston to show their talent! The event will be held at Millennium Park in West Roxbury, October 10 and 11, 9am-5pm. Contact 617-635-4505, Cheryl.Brown@boston.gov for details on registering.
Fair Foods every Wednesday @ 4:30 PM: At the BCYF Tobin, there is the Fair foods every Wednesday at 4:30pm! Fill up on fresh fruits and vegetables for only $2 a bag on alternate Wednesdays. They have no eligibility requirements, no registration, and no ID checks. Take as many bags as you need for yourself, friends, or family! http://www.fairfoods.org/
Clubhouse Network Open House: Join the Clubhouse Network (formerly the Intel Computer Clubhouse) for their Open House on Saturday, Sep. 19th, from 2pm-5pm at the Flagship Clubhouse: an inventor's workshop, music studio, game development lab, sound stage, and more, where youth (ages 10-18) have access to cutting-edge technology and software. Come produce songs, construct 3D models, create your own animations and videos, build a website, and much more. Located at the Museum of Science, our FREE after-school program is open on Wed. and Thurs. (2:30pm-7pm), Fri. (2:30pm-8pm), and Sat. (12pm-6pm). Visit clubhousebeat.org for more information.
Fathers and Family Fun Day: Come out to celebrate fatherhood and families! The goal of this event is to help raise awareness of the unique role that fathers play in the healthy development of children. Enjoy live entertainment, food, bouncy houses, face painting, games, prizes and more! Sep. 19, 12-4pm. Harambee Park, Frankline Field, 15 Talbot Ave., Dorchester. Cost: FREE. familynurturing.org