Classic Car Show returns to Dot Park On Sunday, Sept. 9 from 10-2 antique vehicles will sparkle like gems in historic Dorchester Park for the Sixth Annual Classic Car Show. On display will be cars and trucks many visitors will remember from their youth and some that were in use early in the last century. The sound of classic… Read more »
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Meetings will be held the first Monday of the month from 6:00-7:00p.m. at the Lower Mills Branch of the Boston Public Library Hope to see you all at the next one on May 7th.
Boston Park Advocates invites supporters of Boston open spaces to gather to network and learn about best practices from peers around the city. Come hone your skills as an effective open space champion. Saturday March 11 (We encourage you to sign up by March 3rd) 8:30am-1pm, followed by an optional bring-your-own lunch portion from… Read more »
A heartfelt thank you goes out to our community and all who attended and enjoyed the events in our park this weekend, also to the donors, sponsors and many volunteers who have spent countless hours creating another memorable weekend at Dorchester Park, without all of you this past weekend would not be possible.
The following two flyers are just a couple of the fabulous items that we will be auctioning off the night of the Dorchester Park Gala Celebration being held on September 9th. For tickets and information click here
Follow this link to reserve your seat for The Dorchester Park Gala Dear Friend, This year, our beloved Dorchester Park marks its 125th anniversary and to celebrate, the Dorchester park Association is planning a gala cocktail party event in the park, with music, dancing, and small plates on Friday September 9th, 2016. We will… Read more »
Follow this link to reserve your seat for The Gala
Summer Solstice Garden Tour June 19th
All of the gardens are in the Melville Ave. area of Dorchester. This beautiful tree lined street boasts some of Dorchester’s most impressive homes. All of the proceeds from the tour go to benefit Dorchester Park, the 26 acre Olmstead designed gem that runs from Adams St. all the way through to the Carney hospital… Read more »