Meetinghouse Hill

Square Dance on the Hill | April 9

Come on up to Meetinghouse Hill for the First Parish Church annual Square Dance. All ages welcome. Instruction provide by Dance Caller Tony Parkes. 

Where: First Parish Church Dorchester, 10 Parish Street Dorchester (Meetinghouse Hill)

When:  Saturday, April 9, 2016 Dancing from 6.30 pm to 8.30 pm (doors open at 6 pm)

Cost:  $10 per person - $20 MAX for families

Snacks and refreshments provided. Adult beverages available

617 4367829 for more information

Meetinghouse Hill IMPORTANT community meeting | March 18

flyer for community meeting

This is a followup regarding the school transportation issues which were discussed and strategized about in our February Dorchester Civic Forum meeting.


This Wednesday, March 18, at 7pm at the monthly Meeting House Hill Civic Association meeting at First Parish Dorchester, the principal of the Orchard Garden School will talk to attendees about the busing issues that students in our neighborhood are experiencing.  It is important that they get a good crowd and, in particular, that they get families of Orchard Garden students to attend.  Attached is a flyer that MHHCA made in English and Cape Verdean. This is our opportunity to have an impact on this problem, and have our resident driven solutions take hold.


When: Wednesday, March 18th


Where: First Parish Church

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Friends of Ronan Park



In 2001, the Friends of Ronan Park (FoRP) was established under the premise that a park has the distinct ability to transform and rejuvenate a community, and should thus be nurtured and protected by everyone. Urban parks are particularly vital as they are the heart of so much daily activity for children and families. Conversely, if they are neglected, parks become a cancer that attacks the heart and spirit of a neighborhood. One of the goals of FoRP is to encourage usage of the park in constructive, creative and fun ways as well as build towards leaving a more permanent legacy that speaks directly to all who visit and use the park. Since the inception of FoRP, Ronan Park has witnessed success through events such as Shakespeare in the Park, park clean-ups, National Night Out, the annual Multicultural Festival, and more. A recent influx of new homeowners in the community surrounding Ronan Park has sparked an increased interest in revitalizing the park


230 Bowdoin Street
Dorchester, MA
United States





We are responsible neighbors who want to enjoy the park's beautiful grounds, keep the park safe for both people and animals, clean up after our dogs, keep our dogs under control, protect our dogs from danger, and prevent our dogs from harming the park's wonderful attributes.


Ronan Park
Meeting House Hill
Dorchester, MA
United States
Key Partners: 

Friends of Ronan Park, City of Boston Animal Control, Boston Parks and Recreation Department

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