Hyde Jackson Monthly
April 24, 2019
We are excited to get our hands dirty with you to prepare our neighborhood for a spring and summer full of activities. Much of what we do is directly related to keeping the business district fresh and economically sound. Another objective is to connect residents, business owners, and property owners with each other to strengthen our district network so we support each other. A stronger, sustainable network translates to a more solid, vibrant, economically strong district.
Sustain our network and connect with your neighbors this Saturday at our
Main Street Activities
Our Mulch-ca-pade is this Saturday!
Every spring we organize a team of energetic volunteers to take care of our street trees and provide more color to our Main Street district. Luckily we are always able to find a robust team to spread fresh mulch on our street trees and plant spring flowers and perennials in public spaces. Enjoy the company of others as we work to make the neighborhood smell fresh and look good.
We'll meet at 9:00 am at Mozart Park and finish around 12:30 pm. Following up the hard work, we'll sponsor a complementary community lunch for you at one of our fine local restaurants. If there are any updates to the
, we will post them on our
Please RSVP with us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 617-522-3694 and let us know if you have any shovels or wheelbarrows to bring.
5th Annual Inside Out Sidewalk Fair on May 18!
Next month on Saturday, May 18 is when our merchants and restaurateurs bring their products and food from inside of their businesses to the sidewalk. They'll take over the space in front of their storefronts and show off their broad array of goods, diverse food offerings, and life-assisting services. Enjoy local street musicians, balloon artists, face painters and more as you stroll Centre Street looking for good deals, munch on tasty treats, and be entertained.
A full list of participating businesses and performers will be updated on our
In case of rain or inclement weather, the Fair will be held on Saturday, June 1.
Main Street Recap
Enjoyment and Awards at Our Annual Party
To celebrate the commencement of our 21st year of local economic development in Hyde & Jackson Squares, we held our Annual Party at The Frogmore Restaurant on April 11. There we feted people who have contributed to the vibrancy of the business district and businesses that continue to give back to the community. It was a fun event and we enjoyed mixing with members of the community.
Throughout the Party, we presented awards to people and business for their contributions over the last year:
Congratulations to Brendan Behan Pub for being awarded our
2018 Business of the Year and to Richard Parritz for being our
2018 Volunteer of the Year.
Thank you to Sorella's Restaurant for
36 years of amazing food and memories.
We greatly appreciate the time and effort in becoming
Age-Friendly certified businesses and providing exceptional service to older adults and those living with dementia: Amador & Oller Executive Group, Cappy's Pizza & Subs, Centre Street Dental Care, Codman Square Market, Fernandez Travel, J&P Dry Cleaners, JP's Massage Therapy Center, Peak Performance Chiropractic, Pimentel Market, Rose JP, Ultra Beauty Salon, and Yakidy.
For excellence as
Sidewalk Stewards for taking care of their sidewalks during the winter we awarded Alex's Chimis, Cappy's Pizza,
El Oriental de Cuba, Pimental Market, Evelyn's Market, Freddy's Market, and Tails.
Activities to enjoy in Hyde & Jackson Squares
Saturday, April 27, 9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Meet at Mozart Park, 10 Mozart Street
Spread mulch in tree pits, plant flowers & shrubs, join for free community lunch.
Saturday, May 18, 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Along Centre Street between Jackson Square and Hyde Square
Food from local restaurants & retail promos celebrating store-front business community. Local street musicians, balloon artists, and face painters too.
Wake Up The Earth Parade and Festival
Saturday, May 4
Parade down Centre Street and festival near Stony Brook Orange Line Station. More information can be found on Spontaneous Celebrations' website.
Connolly Branch Library April Calendar
Free and low-cost workshops & resources for merchants
City of Boston
Business 101: The Public Lottery Process for Food Trucks
Tuesday, May 7, 5:30 - 8:00 pm
1010 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston
Thriving in Business: Creative Economy
Wednesday, May 8, 5:30 - 8:00 pm
Arts Building, 119 Braintree Street, Allston
Vacant Space Fair
Tuesday, May 14, 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Perkins Community Center, 155 Talbot Avenue, Dorchester
Thriving in Business: for Immigrants
Monday, June 3, 5:30 - 8:00 pm
Bolling Municipal Building, 2300 Washington Street, Roxbury
Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights and Economic Justice
Small Business Legal Clinic
Thursday, May 2, 6:00 pm
Morgan Lewis, 1 Federal Street, Boston
Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE) Boston
Accounting for Small Business
Tuesday, April 30, 6:30 - 8:00 pm
Waltham Public Library, 735 Main Street, Waltham