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2021 Mayor's Neighborhood Coffee Hour Series announced

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Parks and Recreation

Mayor Kim Janey and the Boston Parks and Recreation Department will host the 2021 Neighborhood Coffee Hour Series, in collaboration with Dunkin’, in local parks citywide from July 30 to August 27.

“I look forward to meeting residents one-on-one to discuss issues that interest them,” said Mayor Janey. “The Neighborhood Coffee Hours bring neighbors together to connect with one another and get to know a variety of the City of Boston officials who serve our communities. Come by for a beautiful morning in your local park with iced coffee, treats, fresh fruit, and flowers.”

Mayor Janey’s Neighborhood Coffee Hours are a unique opportunity to speak directly with the Mayor and staff from City departments about open space and other features in their neighborhoods. Through these discussions, and a suggestion box at each site, Mayor Janey looks forward to hearing how the City of Boston can improve upon local parks, public areas, and city services.

Participants will enjoy Dunkin' Iced Coffee and assorted MUNCHKINS® donut hole treats provided by Dunkin’. Fresh fruit will be provided by Star Market. In addition, each family in attendance will receive a free flowering plant provided by the Boston Parks and Recreation Department, while supplies last. Residents at the event will also be eligible to win a raffle prize from Dunkin’, including Dunkin' swag and gift cards. 

All coffee hours will be held from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m, weather permitting. The full schedule of Mayor Janey’s 2021 Neighborhood Coffee Hours is as follows:

Friday, July 30 - Dorchester

Mother’s Rest at Four Corners, 410 Washington Street, Dorchester

Wednesday, August 4 - West Roxbury/Roslindale

Billings Field, 369 LaGrange Street, West Roxbury

Friday, August 6 - Roxbury/Mission Hill

Howes Playground, 68 Moreland Street, Roxbury

Monday, August 9 - East Boston/Charlestown/North End

Langone/Puopolo Playground, 517 Commercial Street, North End

Wednesday, August 11 - Bay Village/Chinatown/South End

Elliot Norton Park, 295 Tremont Street, Bay Village/Chinatown 

Monday, August 16 - Back Bay/Beacon Hill/Downtown

Commonwealth Avenue Mall (Arlington Street entrance), 15P Commonwealth Avenue, Back Bay

Wednesday, August 18 - South Boston/Fort Point/Seaport

Lee Playground/M Street, 775 East First Street, South Boston 

 Friday, August 20 - Fenway/Jamaica Plain

Back Bay Fens - Kelleher Rose Garden, 73 Park Drive, Fenway

Monday, August 23 - Allston/Brighton

Smith Playground, 235 Western Avenue, Allston

Friday, August 27 - Mattapan/Hyde Park

Almont Park, 40 Almont Street, Mattapan

For more information and updates on possible weather cancellations, please contact the Boston Parks and Recreation Department at 617-635-4505, on our social channels @bostonparksdept on TwitterFacebook, and Instagram, or by visiting the Parks Department website.

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