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Group working to make the Arborway and Jamaicaway safer.
Web site for an MBTA citizens advisory committee looking at restoring trolley service from South Huntington Avenue to Forest Hills.
In Forest Hills Cemetery, Jamaica Plain. And yes, his name is in ALL CAPS.
Classes for children (ages 2 and up), teens and adults in woodworking, sewing, art and crafts. A fun, relaxed environment focused on the pleasures of art and craftsmanship, in a comfortable, accessible neighborhood. After-school, weekends, evenings, and home school hours.
The Eliot School offers classes and workshops for all ages in crafts and fine arts. A full-service wood shop, a sewing room, and a large all-purpose art room make up our landmark 1831 building in the heart of Jamaica Plain. Ample on-street parking nearby, or walk from Orange Line or buses.
Book: A legislator's stories of government and health care, by John McDonough of Jamaica Plain, former state representative and co-chair of the Joint Health Care Committee.
The oldest continuously running community theatre in the United States.
Country-western two-step, waltz, swing and line dancing for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered people & their friends. Lessons before every dance.
"Gender Crash is a queer/transgender spoken word and performance event held 2nd Thursday every month Spontaneous Celebrations at 7:30 p.m."
45 Danforth St.
Database of greenspaces and local issues in Roslindale and Jamaica Plain and parts of Dorchester, Roxbury and Mattapan.
Roxbury, Jamaica Plain, Roslindale, Dorchester, Mattapan
Descriptions of historical sites in the neighborhoods.
"A community-based organization that provides educational programs and community organizing initiatives for youth and adults from the Hyde/Jackson Square area of Jamaica Plain/Roxbury in Boston."
Roxbury, Jamaica Plain
A weekly neighborhood newspaper.
Free basic education, ESL and high-school diploma programs.
Regularly scheduled dances at the First Church of Jamaica Plain.
Bi-weekly community newspaper.
The annual Jamaica Plain World's Fair in Hyde/Jackson Square is an amazing, fun thing - a chance to get a taste of cultures from all over the place. Photos from the 2004 fair.
Book: A pictorial history of the old neighborhood.
"A photoblog of Jamaica Pond as it changes throughout the year."
Jamaica Plain-based, parent and volunteer-run soccer league for children ages 3.5 to 6.5.
Swing dancing for beginners and dancers alike. Casual, laid-back, come as you are! No partner or experience required. No pre-registration necessary.
Every Tuesday night
Tony Williams Dance Center
Brewery Building, Floor 1.
284 Amory St.
Historic house museum (built in 1760) that is open to the public and often plays host to community activities and private functions.
Photos of the small riverway at the heart of the Emerald Necklace.
"The objective of this site is to provide information and questions for those who may be interested in preserving and protecting the neighborhood of Moss Hill. ProtectMossHill.com will strive to uphold the principles expressed in the mission statement of the Jamaica Hills Association in regard to the proposed development of land around 32 Woodland Road."
640 Centre St.
By Sam Bass Warner. How streetcar lines at the turn of the century helped Boston expand outward - and brought the teeming masses to the wilderness of places such as Roslindale and Brookline.
Jamaica Plain, Roslindale
Book: "Peggy Levitt explores the powerful familial, religious, and political connections that arise between Miraflores, a town in the Dominican Republic, and Jamaica Plain, a neighborhood in Boston and examines the ways in which these ties transform life in both the home and host country."
Written by the West Roxbury Courthouse Neighborhood Association in Forest Hills.
Actually located in Jamaica Plain, it covers West Roxbury, Roslindale and Jamaica Plain.
West Roxbury, Roslindale, Jamaica Plain
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