Friends and family gathered this week at the Rose F. Kennedy Memorial Rose Garden to celebrate the life and contributions of MaryAnn Esparo. Members from the Friends of Christopher Columbus Park recognized MaryAnn and her dedication to the horticulture of the park, […]
The second of three planned meetings regarding improvements to Rachel Revere Square Park was held on Thursday, July 16th. Hosted by the Boston Parks and Recreation Department and the Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Services, meeting attendees joined at the St. John’s School to discuss […]
The NEMPAC Summer Concert Series kicked off on July 9th with “Songs in the Key of Broadway: A musical timeline of 42nd Street”. The concert featured Gershwin, Cole Porter and Rodgers & Hammerstein to Sondheim, Lloyd Webber and Schwartz, in is […]
NASA’s Driven to Explore exhibit visited Christopher Columbus Park on Tuesday as part of a Boston tour promoting research aboard the International Space Station (ISS). ISS astronauts are sharing their stories about life working and living in space. On July 9, astronauts will […]
The Friends of Christopher Columbus Park (FOCCP) is delighted to present Sunday Night Movies in the Park again this year thanks to the sponsorship of Al Dente Restaurant, Benevento’s Restaurant and Boston Pushcart. This summer’s movies are: July 12 […]
A highlight of this year’s FOCCP Independence Day celebration was the Bubble Guy, who makes really, really big bubbles to the delight of all. David Arnold captures the bubblicious action in this video.
A message from Boston Mayor Marty Walsh: Now that summer is here, I would like to share with you the free events and programs offered to City residents of all ages by the Boston Parks and Recreation Department. As a […]
The white marble Christopher Columbus Statue was vandalized on Monday night at the namesake park on the North End waterfront. On the back of the foundation block, the words “Black Lives Matter” were written. A large amount of red […]