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Prepare to Recycle those Christmas Trees

Recycle those dried-out Christmas trees this week! The City of Boston will be collecting them for the first two full weeks in January! Place trees at the curb by 6am on trash day. No decorations, bags, stands or lights on the tree. The tree will be shredded up to be used as compost. The compost will be distributed in various Boston parks o help new things grow! You can learn more here! 

Disco + Tequila

Yellow Door Taqueria in Dorchester is ringing in 2024 with a Disco + Tequila theme! Get your bellbottoms and platforms ready! Reservations are strongly suggested! Be on the lookout for our full NYE roundup this week!

Jump in – 2024 – L Street Brownies Polar Plunge

We can’t think of a more shocking way to start off the new year by jumping into the frigid waters of Boston Harbor – talk about a jolt! Many believe it is good for one’s health, where one’s immune system can benefit from regular cold water plunges. This belief is part of the foundation of the L Street Brownies – the oldest “polar bear” club in America, and for over 100 years, the polar plunge has been part of the neighborhood culture on New Year’s Day! Get all the details here! 

Candle Dipping Workshop at the Local Hand

This beginner-friendly workshop will teach you everything you need to know to dip your own beeswax candles.  Candle-dipping is relaxing, meditative, and will encourage you to slow down and appreciate life’s simple pleasures.  This event is a great way to unwind and unlock your creativity after a hectic holiday season.  No prior experience is needed. All materials are included in the workshop fee. Wednesday, January 3rd, 6pm. Get all the details here! 

BPDA Squares + Streets Zoning Virtual Meeting

Please join staff from the BPDA’s Zoning Reform team at its virtual office hours! This will be a space to drop in and talk with our staff about questions and thoughts you have on the Squares + Streets draft zoning text amendment and proposed Squares + Streets zoning districts. There will be recurring afternoon and evening sessions to accommodate differing schedules. There are no formal presentations or planned agenda items during these office hours, so we ask that you review the information and materials available on the Squares + Streets Zoning Districts page and come prepared with any thoughts, comments, or questions that you’d like to bring to our attention! This virtual meeting takes place on Wednesday, December 27th at 6:30pm.  You can learn how to participate here.

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