Calling all birders and nature enthusiasts: Please join us for Fenway Civic Association’s annual guided bird walk in the Back Bay Fens. Thrill to the sight and sound of the array of birds that inhabit the Fens each spring on a morning walk led by naturalist Stephen Baird of the Friends of Jamaica Pond. This event is rain or shine- bring a friend and binoculars! This event is open to all.
Date: Saturday, May 10, 2014
Time: 7:00 a.m.
Location: Back Bay Fens park in Boston’s West Fenway neighborhood. Meet at the Japanese Bell outside the Kelleher Rose Garden (by the footbridge across from the Museum of Fine Arts)
Photos: Naturalist Stephen Baird with chickadee, yellow warbler, ovenbird, bluebird. Bird photos taken in the Back Bay Fens. All photos courtesy of Stephen Baird
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Wednesday, March 12, 2014 from 

6:30pm until 8:00pm at Thorton’s on Peterborough Street.

What is the Fenway Young Professionals?
A network for young professionals living in Boston’s Fenway neighborhood. We are a division of the Fenway Civic Association. Like our page to stay updated for future events!

Please RSVP on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/events/829121843770263 or by emailing fenwayyp@gmail.com. Hope to see you there!




Thursday, February 20, 2014 – 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. 

Museum of Fine Arts, Riley Seminar Room

465 Huntington Avenue, Boston



Please join us for the next:

Symphony Community Park Public meeting 
Tuesday, February 11, 2014 6:00-7:30 p.m.
Morville House/100 Norway Street

The Boston Parks and Recreation Department, together with the Friends of Symphony Park, landscape architect Jon Pate, and artist Jacob Kulin, invite the community to a public meeting on Symphony Park.
The park has proceeded through a community-inspired design process, and the final design will be discussed, together with the integration of public art into the site. Park construction and art installation timelines and funding will be reviewed, with community members invited to offer input on the material presented.

Please come and bring your ideas! Coffee, beverages, and light refreshments will be provided.

For more information, please view the meeting flyer, or contact Project Manager Lauren Bryant at Lauren.Bryant@cityofboston.gov


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The week of January 13, the following work will be conducted by RCN in the Fenway:

There will be a short 20’ dig on Brookline Street across from Yawkey Way to the sidewalk. This dig will take less than 2 days.

There will be a short 20’ dig on Brookline Street across from the intersection of Yawkey Way/Van Ness to the sidewalk. This dig will take less than 2 days.

There will be a short 35’ dig along Brookline Street from Newbury Street and parallel to the sidewalk. This dig will take less than 2 days.


Dear FCA Members and Friends:
We invite you to attend our 52nd Annual Meeting, to be held on Monday, January 6, 2014,for what promises to be an exceptional evening at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum! Plan to join friends and neighbors for an inspiring evening among some of the City’s most treasured works of art at one of its finest examples of modern architecture.
The meeting will begin at 6:30 PM in the Gardner Museum’s new Calderwood Hall, accessed through the 25 Evans Way entrance to the museum. We will provide a year-in-review of FCA’s activities and a special presentation honoring our long time city councilor Mike Ross for his many years of service to the Fenway community.   
The business meeting will be followed by a reception with socializing and refreshments, and tours will be offered of the Gardner Museum’s new wing.
Reminders for the Annual Meeting will be sent out in late December, but mark your calendars now!
This meeting is open to everyone. Bring a friend!

Fenway Christmas Tree Lighting coming up this week!


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