Take Action!

Tell our Mayor we want Community Choice Energy!

Mayor Walsh is holding a series of Coffee Hours, 9:30 to 10:30 am in parks across the city. The schedule is here and below. Please pick a date and go tell the mayor that you — and your neighbors — want Community Choice Energy.

Tuesday, May 16: Fallon Field, 910 South Street, Roslindale (with opening celebration)
Thursday, May 18: Iacono Playground, 150 Readville Street, Hyde Park
Tuesday, May 23: A Street Park, 135-141 A Street, Fort Point (acceptance celebration)
Thursday, May 25: John Harvard Mall, 29 Harvard Street, Charlestown (with opening celebration)
Tuesday, May 30: Almont Park, 40 Almont Street, Mattapan
Wednesday, May 31: Christopher Columbus Park, 110 Atlantic Avenue, North End
Friday, June 2: Paris Street Playground, 115 Paris Street, East Boston
Tuesday, June 6: McConnell Park, 30 Denny Street, Dorchester
Thursday, June 22: Walsh-Kennedy Tot Lot, 369 LaGrange Street, West Roxbury
Wednesday, June 28:​​ Medal of Honor Park, 775 East First St, South Boston (with opening celebration)
Friday, June 30: Brighton Common, 30 Chestnut Hill Ave, Allston/Brighton
Friday, July 7: Mozart Street Playground, 10 Mozart Street, Jamaica Plain
Tuesday, July 11: Marcella Playground, 260 Highland Street, Roxbury
Thursday, July 13: Mother’s Rest at Four Corners, 410 Washington Street, Dorchester
Tuesday, July 18: Monsignor Reynolds Playground, 5 Msgr. Reynolds Way, South End (with opening celebration)
Thursday, July 20: Commonwealth Ave. Mall, Back Bay (Boston Woman’s Memorial), between Gloucester St. and Fairfield St
Check the city’s site for cancellations — sometimes Walsh has to postpone appearances.

2 thoughts on “Take Action!

  1. Malcolm David Bliss November 9, 2013 / 12:33 am


    Thank you for including 350MA on the “Take Action” page. I’d appreciate it if you could make a couple of updates relating to 350MA, as indicated in the text below. Please email coordinator@350ma.org of any questions or if any additional information is required. Thanks!


    Malcolm Bliss, 350MA Statewide Coordinator


    350.org is dedicated to building a global grassroots movement to solve the climate crisis. 350.org engages in online campaigns, grassroots organizing, and mass public actions led by thousands of volunteer organizers in over 188 countries. 350MA is convened and facilitated by Better Future Project. Like 350.org, 350MA is dedicated to building a grassroots movement to confront the climate crisis, but focused on making Massachusetts an example of climate leadership for the nation.

    After a rousing visit from 350.org’s president and cofounder, Bill McKibben, on the Boston stop of 350.org’s Do the Math Tour, 350MA, 350.org, and other organizations have continuous actions and initiatives scheduled. Please visit http://www.350MA.org/calendar for more information.