Bright Lights for Winter Nights, a free, all ages event, on Boston’s Rose F. Kennedy Greenway on Tuesday, December 21 from 4-7 PM. Tuesday will be a full moon and the winter solstice (the shortest day of the year) so come on out and enjoy the parks by moonlight!

Great Elm Tree on North End Greenway Parks (Photo: Feb. 2010 by Matt Conti)
Great Elm Tree on North End Greenway Parks (Photo: Feb. 2010 by Matt Conti)

Great Elm Tree on North End Greenway Parks (Photo: Feb. 2010 by Matt Conti)Celebrate winter in the city!

Come to the Greenway Tuesday, December 21 from 4-7 PM for the unveiling of Bright Lights for Winter Nights, a three month public art and lighting display, with free music and activities for all ages. Each Greenway park will have something special to do or see, so bundle up, bring your loved ones and friends, and explore Boston by moonlight.

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The parks will come alive on December 21 with local bands, ice sculptures, curling competitions, dance, drumming, luminaria-making, and more. Visit www.hellogreenway.org for more details.

WHEN: Tuesday December 21 from 4-7 PM
In the case of rain or heavy snow, event will be postponed until Wednesday 12/22. Check www.hellogreenway.org or call 617-292-0020 for notice of postponement.

WHERE: All Greenway parks from North End (Sudbury Street) to Chinatown (Beach Street).

North Enders: See this post for more information on the bell ringing and tree lighting at 4:15 pm.

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View the photos and videos from last winter’s tree lighting in the North End Greenway Parks.

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