Please join us for a Cutillo Park History Social and Luncheon on February 23 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Nazzaro Center. While it’s too cold to work in the park, we want to gather some of the unwritten history of the area as well as discuss ideas for the future of Cutillo Park and Morton Street. We will bring historic maps, photos and articles. Bring photos, stories, ideas and opinions!
Cutillo Park has four new, large concrete planters. Input as to what types of plants or trees should be planted in them is welcome at friendsofcutillopark.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Selections will need to be hardy and suitable for shady areas.
A large crowd of North End residents gathered on Tuesday night to discuss how to improve the neighborhood’s parks and playgrounds. The meeting was chaired by Anne M. Pistorio of the NEWRA Parks and Open Spaces Committee. Special guest speakers were Parks Commissioner Antonia Pollak and City Councilor Sal LaMattina. Commissioner Pollak thanks North End Read More…
https://www.nbcboston.com/news/local/Boston-North-End-Residents-Call-for-Change-at-Neglected-Cutillo-Park-490984461.html NBC 10 Boston News visited Cutillo Park last night. Click the link above to watch the footage. The neighborhood has recently been gathering momentum around the restoration of this park, including the formation of the Friends of Cutillo Park. See more Cutillo Park updates by searching the tag: Cutillo Park