Dear neighbors, before the baseball post-season kicks into full gear, we’d like to invite you to a neighborhood meeting here at Fenway Park. As with our previous meetings over the years, we will provide updates on our events and operations, and offer you the chance to ask questions and provide any feedback and suggestions that you have. We hope that, despite the relatively short notice, you’ll be able to join us.

The meeting is open to all, and food and beverages will be served. If you plan to attend, please rsvp to Claire at cdurant@redsox.com.

Thanks and see you soon, Dave

Red Sox neighborhood community meeting
Monday, October 1, 2018
6:00 pm – doors open / 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm – formal meeting program
Fenway Park, Wheels Up Clubhouse – 72 Brookline Ave.

*** Light dinner will be served ***


Symphony Park Concert

Tuesday, September 18th, 5:00 p.m.
Symphony Park, 39 Edgerly Road

Join neighbors for performer Sarah Messias at Symphony Park, sponsored by Berklee College of Music and the Friends of Symphony Park. In event of rain, the concert will be held indoors at Morville House, 100 Norway Street.


Fenway Community Center Grand Reopening weekend, September 14-16
Join neighbors for a celebration of the reopening of the Fenway Community Center (FCC) and its kick-off celebration Friday evening on September 14th from 5:30-8:30 p.m.

Featuring food, drink, and live music, the weekend will kick off a weekend of sneak previews of FCC fall programs. For a complete schedule of programs, visit www.fenwaycommunitycenter.org ; or register here. Fenway Community Center is located at 1282 Boylston Street (entry on Jersey Street) in the West Fenway.


A public meeting for 60 Kilmarnock Street will take place at the Fenway Community Center on September 5th from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Come learn about this project and voice your comments – your voice matters! Comments can also be made through the Boston Planning and Development Agency website at:

The proposed project is located at 60, 67-75, 70-80 Kilmarnock Street and 59-75 Queensberry Street. It will include a total of approximately 443 residential units in two buildings, totaling 420,800 square feet, separated by Kilmarnock Street, along with ground floor retail space fronting on Kilmarnock Street, and landscaped areas and other amenities and services for residents. The proposed project will also include 250 below-grade and surface parking spaces.
Fenway Community Center is located at 1282 Boylston Street in the West Fenway (enter on Jersey Street)

Don’t forget to vote! Polls will be open on election day from 7 a.m. through to 8 p.m.
Please note some polling locations have changed. For more information, including a list of candidates and where you can vote, visit: https://www.boston.gov/voting-boston

Dear Members and Friends:

What’s better than summer with ice cream?

Join State Representative Chynah Tyler for an Ice Cream Social and Paint Night at Fenway Community Center on Tuesday, August 21st from 5-8 p.m.

Enjoy free ice cream, courtesy of JP Licks, the chance to explore painting, and a chat with your state representative!
Fenway Community Center is located at 1282 Boylston Street in the West Fenway (enter on Jersey Street)
For more information, contact Ryan Dominguez at ryan.dominguez@mahouse.gov, or by phone at 617-722-2130. See fenwaycommunitycenter.org.

Thursday, August 16th @ 5:30 p.m., Fenway Community Center, 1282 Boylston Street

This summer, the Boston Preservation Alliance (BPA) is compiling a list of righ-risk preservation priorities, recognized landmarks, and proposed new development in the Fenway/Kenmore neighborhoods. Join BPA, the Fenway Alliance, and the Fenway Community Center to share your priorities and discuss ongoing initiatives in the Fenway Cultural District. Take the online survey by visiting: https://www.bostonpreservation.org/news-item/defending-fenways-heritage. Following the meeting, join Fenway Garden Society, Emerald Necklace Conservancy, and Fenway CDC for a viewing of “Coco” at the Fenway Victory Gardens at 7:30 p.m.

Fenway Preservation and Cultural District meeting