The Friends of Christopher Columbus Park have announced their slate of nominees to lead the popular non-profit group. At their May 12, 2015 meeting (6:30pm, Mariner’s House), the annual election of FOCCP officers will take place. Nominees for this election are: President: […]
The Annual Playground / Tot-Lot Clean-up Celebration was held on Saturday, May 2nd at Christopher Columbus Park. The Friends of Christopher Columbus Park joined with Boston Parks & Recreation to get the well-used space ready for the season. There was plenty of fun […]
North End Waterfront walkers and park lovers have been fascinated this week watching the initial installation of new LED lights on the trellis at Christopher Columbus Park. According to Intrastructure Chair, Ford Cavallari, at Friends of Christopher Columbus Park (FOCCP), this is just the beginning! […]
A little bit of rain did not intimidate the scores of children last Friday who took part in the third annual egg hunt hosted by Boston Community Collaborative. This year’s hunt was generously sponsored by The Living Room and The Friends […]
The Friends of Christopher Columbus Park have contracted for a park ranger as part of a new program for the coming season. The non-profit Friends group is funding the initiative from its own donations, without public expense. Park Ranger Gene Survillo was introduced at the […]
St. John School’s Honor Choir, in partnership with NEMPAC, joined the Friends of Christopher Columbus Park, Mayor Marty Walsh, Miss Massachusetts and Santa Claus for the Annual Trellis Lighting Monday night. The students sang three songs for the overflowing crowd.
Kicking off the holiday season, the Friends of Christopher Columbus Park hosted its annual trellis lighting on Monday night. A tradition in its 13th year, the iconic trellis was set aglow with blue and white lights, funded entirely by the all-volunteer FOCCP group […]
The Friends of Christopher Columbus Park (FOCCP) will celebrate a Boston holiday tradition with the twelfth annual lighting of the park’s signature trellises on Monday, November 24, beginning at 5:15 p.m. Local businesses and neighbors support the efforts of FOCCP, […]