Mayor Martin J. Walsh welcomes Robyn Reed, chair of the Friends of Christopher Columbus Park horticulture committee, to the June 2 Neighborhood Coffee Hour hosted by the Boston Parks and Recreation Department and sponsored by Dunkin’ Donuts in the North End. Attendees each received a flowering plant grown in the city’s greenhouses as a gift from Mayor Walsh and enjoyed coffee and breakfast treats provided by Dunkin’ Donuts and fresh fruit from Whole Foods Market. (Photo by Jon Seamans)
Blooming plants from the City’s greenhouses (Photo by Meghan Denenberg)
Lucia Cirulli, 3, enjoys a Munchkin and some beautiful weather at Mayor Martin J. Walsh’s June 2 Neighborhood Coffee Hour hosted by the Boston Parks and Recreation Department and sponsored by Dunkin’ Donuts at Christopher Columbus Park
in the North End. (Photo by Jon Seamans)
Mayor Marty Walsh and State Rep. Aaron Michlewitz (Photo by Meghan Denenberg)
Neighbors gather for a word with the Mayor (Photo by Meghan Denenberg)
Marty Walsh with Vineyard Vines Old North Tie (Photo by Steve Ayres)
Mayor Marty Walsh speaks to the group at Christopher Columbus Park (Photo by Meghan Denenberg)
Mayor Martin J. Walsh addresses the packed crowd at the June 2 Neighborhood Coffee Hour in the North End’s Christopher Columbus Park. Residents were given the opportunity to talk one-on-one with Mayor Walsh and enjoy coffee and treats from Dunkin’ Donuts and Whole Foods at the event hosted by the Boston Parks and Recreation Department. (Photo by Jon Seamans)
It was the Mayor’s annual coffee hour on Monday in the North End and the first one for Marty Walsh. Dozens of neighbors came out on a warm, sunny morning to chat with Mayor Walsh over Dunkin’ coffee and receive a plant from the city’s greenhouses. He was even sporting an “Old North Church” logo tie!
Thanks to Meghan Denenberg, Steve Ayres and Jon Seamans for the photos.