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Coronavirus update: Due to public health concerns, the events listed on this page are subject to change. For more information, please Mayor Walsh's guidance on City of Boston events, as well as Governor Baker's statewide order limiting large gatherings.

The Boston Public Library and Boston Public Schools have separate calendars. For arts and culture events, or to submit your own arts and culture event, visit the ArtsBoston calendar. For information on public hearings and meetings, please search public notices. We also created an RSS feed for City of Boston events.

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Feed the Monster: Pumpkin composting event
Jewish War Memorial Drive
Franklin Park - Shattuck Picnic Area
Boston, MA 02124

Our "Feed the Monster" composting event encourages residents to throw their pumpkins into a "monster's mouth" while encouraging and educating about composting!

Event details for

Feed the Monster: Pumpkin composting event

November 5, 2020

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