Open for Business on Thanksgiving
Need last-minute groceries? A new holiday hairstyle? A lovely hostess gift? Don’t worry- many local businesses have got you covered! Check out this list of local businesses that will be open on Thanksgiving Day, November 24, and Friday, November 25th: PikaloX Thanksgiving, Thursday 24th, Open 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM, Friday 25th, Open 7:00 AM to…Read More
Small Business Saturday
On November 26th Egleston Square Main Street celebrates Small Business Saturday! This is an annual opportunity to remind our community to continually support the small businesses that keep our neighborhood vital- especially during the holiday season. There is no doubt that Egleston Square has a vibrant commercial area with a great diversity of businesses that…Read More
Churros & Chocolate is back! Save the date for Saturday, December 10th to light up the night in Robert Lawson Park!
Churros & chocolate. Music & dancing. Family, Friends, & neighbors. The perfect mix to warm up and celebrate the season! We hope to see you there. Many thanks to our kind sponsors that helped make this event possible: Friends of Robert Lawson Park Ula Cafe La Parada TribeRise A Trike Called Funk Lawson’s Barber Shop…Read More
Parade with us! The Wake Up the Earth Festival Parade is back! All are welcome!
Meet up in the parking lot of the Egleston Square YMCA next to the side entrance to Greater Egleston High School.We will proceed down Washington through Egleston, make a left down Atherton Street, cross Lamartine Street to Mozart Street, turn first right to Chestnut Ave, turn right to Center Street and turn right to Lamartine…Read More
Informative ESMS workshop focused on using your voice to impact community development
This workshop was originally presented on Monday, April 25th via Zoom. We have happily made available the recording. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Denise Delgado at email@example.com. Also, find out how you can be active in community development conversations by joining the Economic Development Action Team! Your Voice Has Power!…Read More
Looking Back and Looking Forward: Reading Frederick Douglass in Egleston Square
Our beautiful community gathered for Egleston Square Main Street’s 6th annual reading of Frederick Douglass’s speech, “What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?” on Saturday, August 28, 2021 at Ula Café. Last year’s event was funded by a generous grant from Mass Humanities Reading Frederick Douglas Together program. For the last six years,…Read More
Join us for Churros + Chocolate in Egleston Square, Roxbury / Jamaica Plain!
A sweet new winter tradition to bring our community together, scare away the cold and light up the dark, and support neighborhood businesses!Read More
5ta Lectura anual de Frederick Douglass y tertulia comunitaria en Egleston Square
Read post in English sábado 11 de julio, de 2-3:30pm Jardín de la Paz de Egleston Square, en la esquina de las calles Washington y School “El sentimiento de la nación debe ser agilizado; la conciencia de la nación debe levantarse; el decoro de la nación debe ser sobresaltado; la hipocresía de la nación debe…Read More
5th Annual Reading Frederick Douglass Together Community Reading + Discussion in Egleston Square
Lée esta información en español Saturday, July 11, 2-3:30pm Egleston Square Peace Garden, corner of Washington and School Streets “The feeling of the nation must be quickened; the conscience of the nation must be roused; the propriety of the nation must be startled; the hypocrisy of the nation must be exposed; and its crimes against…Read More
Stay Safe, Support Local: An Important Announcement
Concerns over COVID-19, or novel coronavirus 2019, are causing many of our partners and neighbors to cancel public events or reduce their risk of exposure. While the risk of illness from the disease remains very low for most of us, public health officials recommend that drastic measures be taken to prevent major consequences for the…Read More