4th Annual Dorchester Bike & Brew next Saturday!
Our 4th annual Dorchester Bike & Brew is returning to Peabody Square next Saturday, September 21st, 5-9pm! Come out for live music, food trucks, local beer and a family-friendly celebration of our growing cycling community in Dorchester.

This year Greater Ashmont Main Street is pleased to co-present this event in partnership with the City of Boston ( Mayor Martin J Walsh), MassBike, Dorchester Brewing Co, and the Dorchester Reporter.
The event is held on Peabody Square West Plaza, and a small portion of Talbot Ave (between Dorchester Ave and Welles Ave) which is closed to vehicular traffic for the duration of the festival. It is free to attend, with food and beverages available for individual purchase.

Volunteers still needed for any number of shifts at set up and during the event itself. For more info on lending a hand to help with with this placemaking, simply email your interest to Jenn Cartee .
Food Trucks

Tacos Don Beto serving their delicious authentic Mexican food, including burritos, papusas, tacos, and more!

Farm Girl Food Truck with distinctive sandwiches, burgers, and their special twist on Latin Fusion cuisine.
Beer Garden & Water Fountain 
Dorchester Brewing Company  will be hosting a beer garden with their very own brews, as well as hard cider from Downeast Cider House and wine from American Provisions . A portion of the proceeds from each sale help subsidize the event as a whole.

The Boston Water and Sewer Commission #H2Go Water Truck will also be on site and we will provide free reusable Greater Ashmont Main Street water bottles for everyone!
Bike Advocacy Groups
Ride down to Ashmont and a bike valet will assist you in storing your bike in Mass Bike's portable and protected bike rack throughout the entire event. They will also host a bike rodeo for youth and adults alike!

Meet other bike enthusiasts and community members in the several bike advocacy and social groups that will be tabling during the event, as well as other active transportation and green living organizations. Find out about what they do, important information about bike safety, and find out how you can get involved!

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Live Music and Fun for the Whole Family!
There will be facepainting available by Painting as Art & Ritual (5-7pm), lawn games borrowed from the Ashmont Farmers Market, and much more.

For our live music performances we are excited to welcome  the  Tomohiro Mori 森智大   Band to open our music at 5:30 with some of the best percussion heavy jazz around. Our main act, The Ray Liriano Experience,  offers eclectic latin flavors and will perform two sets, starting at 6:45.

In between sets, Mayor Martin J Walsh will offer some brief remarks.
Thank you to our Sponsors!
Ashmont Cycles; Cedar Grove Gardens;   Great Spaces Real Estate, LLC;   GreenOp; Leslie MacKinnon (realtor with COMPASS); Lusterity; Boston City Council President  Andrea J. Campbell  (D4); Boston City Councilor Frank Baker  (D3); State Representative Dan Cullinane (12th Suffolk); and State Senator Nick Collins

Many thanks to Greater Ashmont Main Street's Annual Sustainers: the  Mayor's Office of Economic Development Boston Main Streets program, the  Boston Main Streets Foundation , the  MBTA , the  Martin Richard Foundation , and  Trinity Financial Trinity Management LLC  AND all our committed volunteers, who make events like this possible.
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