The Southwest Corridor Park has been named a "Best of Boston!!" This is a really well-deserved recognition for the park, for the work of DCR park staff and volunteers who make it such a great place, and for the community members who make it one of their favorite places to walk, bike, jog, skateboard, garden, play sports and connect with neighbors. www.bostonmagazine.com/best-of-boston/award/neighborhood-diversion/... See moreSee less
Tracy O'BrienI am so proud to volunteer, bike, garden and walk my dog on this valuable community parkland! Kudos to the hardworking DCR staffers and the many volunteers who make it beautiful, and a great place to meet one's neighbors.
Our young artists had a blast at their second annual Paint Out in The Southwest Corridor Park yesterday! Sponsored by the @SWCorridorPark, each participant in the vacation arts program received a canvas, sketchpad, and paints, and spent the day exploring and painting their favorite part of the park. #PaintOut #SummerArts
Good neighbors! While the Christian Science Church is repairing and restoring the Christian Science Plaza, they donated perennials to us for the Southwest Corridor Park. Today was the day! The neighborhood was dotted with gardeners and wheelbarrows full of plants. Thank you to Jack Train from the Christian Science church; Kevin Beachman; and also thank you to Caliga, our volunteer who made the connection. 🌼 The Southwest Corridor Park 🏰@worldwidechristianscience (plaza.christianscience.com/) ... See moreSee less
Think you know your Boston protest movements? Who remembers when the city's The Southwest Corridor Park was going to be a highway?
Bring the kids out to Protestival TODAY from 12-3pm at Mozart Park! Test their social justice skills with our Anatomy of a Protest and win a prize!
THIS Saturday, wee are thrilled to add the protest movement that gave birth to Boston's The Southwest Corridor Park to Anatomy of Protest! Humans aged 6+ are invited to play for prizes! Protestival! Saturday July 8th at Jamaica Plain Porchfest! Invite all your friends!
Plenty of rain this summer - (1.) Bicyclist, between Roxbury Crossing and Ruggles; (2.) Lorber Family Playground at Jackson Sq., from the Anna Mae Cole Community Center; (3.) Rainbow - somewhat faint but worth sharing - looking down Melnea Cass Blvd. by Northeastern/Ruggles. ... See moreSee less