Neighborhood Coffee Hours – Charlestown
Coffee hours give residents the chance to speak with the Mayor and staff from City departments.
Through these discussions, the Mayor looks forward to hearing how the City of Boston can improve upon local parks, public areas, and City services. We’ll also have a suggestion box set up at each site.
Coffee hours are held from 9:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m., unless otherwise noted. You can learn more about individual events below.
- May 2nd, Elliot Norton Park (Bay Village/Downtown)
- May 3rd, Fallon Field (Roslindale)
- May 5th, Marcella Field (Roxbury)
- May 10th, A Street Park (South Boston)
- May 12th, Doherty Gibson Park (Dorchester)
- May 17th, Noyes Playground (East Boston)
- May 19th, City Hall Plaza (Downtown/West End)
- May 22nd, Brighton Common (Allston/Brighton)
- May 24th, Langone Park (North End)
- May 25th, Hayes Park (South End)
- May 31st, Edwards-McCarthy Playground (Charlestown)
- Jun 1st, Amatucci Playground (Hyde Park)
- Jun 8th, Hunt Playground/Almont Park (Mattapan)
- Jun 13th, Symphony Community Park (Fenway)
- Jun 14th, Billings Field (West Roxbury)
- Jun 16th, Mozart Park (Jamaica Plain)
- Jun 20th, Mission Hill Playground (Mission Hill)
- Jun 21st, Commonwealth Ave Mall (Back Bay)
Mayor Wu’s Neighborhood Coffee Hours are a unique opportunity to speak directly with the Mayor and staff from City departments about open space and their neighborhoods. Dunkin’ will be on-site to fuel the local community with freshly brewed Iced Coffee and assorted fan-favorite MUNCHKINS® donut hole treats.
In addition, each family in attendance will receive a free flowering plant provided by the Boston Parks and Recreation Department, while supplies last. Dunkin’ will brew up even more fun with customized lawn games and gift card giveaways. Residents at each event will also be eligible to win a raffle prize from Dunkin’. Fresh fruit will be provided by Star Market. Additional support by City Express.