The Egleston Farmers Market is back in their warm weather location at the Brewery Complex parking lot in between the Urbano Project and Sam Adams entrances. Egleston Farmers Market is a volunteer, community-led initiative to make fresh, locally-grown food accessible to residents of Jamaica Plain and Roxbury while supporting the local economy. The market is a…

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Rosie Ming (Sandra Oh), a young Canadian poet of mixed descent who grew up with her strict Chinese grandparents, believing that her father abandoned her. She’s been invited to perform her poetry at a festival in Iran, where she finds that what she’d been told as a child may not necessarily be the entire truth.…

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You know the drill! Join us for one of Boston’s pre-eminent community events, Wake Up The Earth Parade and Festival. Participating Barbershop and Salons Wake Up The Earth Egleston Parade Saturday, May 6 • gather at 10:00am Egleston Y | 3134 Washington Street

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Egleston Square was announced as a winner of the City’s second Public Space Invitational, a civic design competition that challenged applicants to conceptualize projects that have the potential to reimagine and enhance public spaces in Boston. Egleston Square Main Street partnered with residents Dorothy Fennel and Sydney Hardin to propose #StreetMurals #MuralesenlaCalle, a community designed…

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Egleston Square Main Street has embarked on a summer long collaboration with JP based photographer Leonardo March. #BehindTheCounter will explore Egleston Square through its merchants, residents and other stakeholders. If you have an Instagram account, just follow us at @eglestonsquare to follow along and introduce yourself to the people that make Egleston Square that “great…

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Our ongoing collaboration with Egleston Artist Denise Delgado continues with this bi-lingual writing workshop on Saturday, April 30th. We also created a Facebook Event here. POETRY IS NOT A LUXURY a bilingual workshop and story circle Saturday, April 30, 11:30am-1:30pm Egleston Square Branch of the Boston Public Library 2044 Columbus Avenue, Boston, 617-445-4340 FREE Poet…

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We tend to get spoiled with some of our local treasures in Egleston Squares. But every now and again, one gets reminded of just how awesome some of our businesses are. Such was the case when beauty vlogger and internet celebrity (and native Bostonian) Raye Boyce of ItsMyRayeRaye fame made a casual comment about one of her favorite…

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Egleston Square Main Street proudly accepted one of Boston’s first ever Love Your Block grants of $2,700 to restore the landscaping at the rock garden, or “stonehenge”, on Washington/Columbus/Atherton. In February 2015, Cities of Service selected Boston as one of  seven cities from across the nation to receive the $30,000 “Love Your Block” Award and dedicated City…

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The upcoming vacation week will be a beautiful sight in Egleston Square as trees, daffodils and other perennials begin to bud and bloom. Egleston Square Main Street encourages novice, amateur and professional artists alike to spend some time in the square taking photographs of what #EglestonBlooms means to you. Whether it’s the trees at “Stonehenge”…

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