Heat Emergency in the City of Boston
In anticipation of the dangerously hot and humid weather forecasted for the beginning of next week, Mayor Kim Janey declared a heat emergency in the City of Boston from beginning Monday, June 28 and lasting through Wednesday, June 30. During this time, temperatures are expected to be in the mid 90s, with a feels-like temperature reaching as high as 97 degrees. Due to the hot temperatures forecast for Sunday, June 27 through Thursday, July 1, residents are urged to follow these heat safety tips.
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Paul Goodnight and Larry Pierce are the first artists featured on the side of Breezes Laundromat, 345 Blue Hill Ave in Grove Hall as part of Mentoring Murals, a year-long printed mural program pairing two artists in a mentoring relationship via Now + There!
International Chicken Wing Day!
Dorchester has some of the best places to eat wings so it’s the perfect excuse to order a round and celebrate International Chicken Wing Day! Check out our roundup!
The Boston Parks Fitness Series has officially launched and features everything from yoga to dance classes! Totally free, fun, and the perfect excuse to get outside and explore your city. Check out the full schedule here.
Save the Date – Ashmont Farmers Market
The Ashmont Farmers Market will be opening July 9, 2021, 3 to 7pm. “In 2020, over 500 people interacted with our market vendors each week with many more passers-by and we’re expecting even greater things in 2021.” The AFM holds a special place in the heart of our neighborhood by providing families access to fresh food from local vendors. You can learn more here!