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From the Blog

This years 2016 Dorchester Park Gala Celebration

28 Jun

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Dear Friend,


This year, our beloved Dorchester Park marks its 125th anniversary and to celebrate, the Dorchester park Association is planning a gala cocktail party event in the park, with music, dancing, and small plates on Friday September 9th, 2016.  We will be hosting our usual events: a Family Fun Day and Auto Show on Sunday, September 11.


We have had similar events in years past but our goal this year is to welcome and introduce as many Dorchester residents to the wonders of the Park with a more casual event at a lower price point, while raising enough funds to continue our important work of retaining and revitalizing Dorchester Park for our community. Our goals are to re-introduce water sources in two locations brought in by our volunteers to maintain them during the critical period of establishing root systems. We are also continually working in partnership with the Parks Department to assess the health of mature trees in the Park and plan for new plantings to replace dead or dying trees. The endowment allows us to purchase and plant new trees to keep the natural forestscape.


Dorchester Park, an Olmstead designed park, has been added to the National Register of Historic Places and the Association has set its overall goal to leave  Dorchester Park with the same foot print and design for the citizens of Dorchester in the year 2091, the two hundredth birthday of Dorchester Park.


Help us reach this goal on the Park’s 125th anniversary of the founding of the park, by contributing to the fund to maintain and improve the urban forest within the park. This will support the weekend events including the Gala, Car Show and Family Fun Day . We hope you can help by being a sponsor of this event and we look forward to collaborating with you for this worthy cause. The sponsorship levels are listed below.
Platinum $10,000
Logo on T shirts at event
Reserved Table
Centerfold ad in program
Link on our website
Recognition in signage at Gala and Sunday Fun Day
Special recognition during Gala
20 tickets to Gala
Titanium $5,000 
Reserved Table
Full page ad in program
Link on our website
Recognition in signage at Gala and Sunday Fun Day
Special recognition during Gala
10 tickets to Gala
Gold $2,500
Full page ad in program
Link on our website
Recognition in signage at Gala
6 tickets to Gala
Silver $1,250
Half page ad in program
4 tickets to Gala
Bronze $500
Quarter page ad in program
2 tickets to Gala

Summer Solstice Garden Tour June 19th 2016

13 Jun

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All of the gardens are in the Melville Ave. area of Dorchester. This beautiful tree lined street boasts some of Dorchester’s most impressive homes. All of the proceeds from the tour go to benefit Dorchester Park, the 26 acre Olmstead designed gem that runs from Adams St. all the way through to the Carney hospital on Dorchester Avenue. The ticket price includes a wine and cheese reception in one of the gardens after the tour, from about 3 PM to 6PM.  Please spread the word to anyone who may be interested!  Garden clubs, friends, gardeners and anyone who has a love for the park and beautiful flowers are invited.

Tickets can  be purchased on the dotpark.org website.

On the day of the tour you should pick up your ticket and garden location map at the curbside table on Melville Ave at the “Shawmut Station” T sign between Waldeck Street and Wellesley Park.

On the day of the tour tickets are only available curbside on Melville Avenue from 10-2. They will not be available at CGG on the day of tour.

No transportation will be provided. Either arrive via the T or drive and park on Melville Avenue. Everything is an easy walk from the Red Line’s Shawmut Station. Melville Avenue is a short walk north of the station along a pedestrian walkway. A more informative article  was featured in the Dorchester Reporter…to read  more follow the link below.