Please save the date for the Fenway Civic Association’s traditional summer events:

Wednesday, June 8th (rain date June 9th) we will be hosting our annual Rose Garden Picnic.  Please bring a picnic dinner and join us in front of the Kelleher Rose Garden in the Back Bay Fens to listen to live music, enjoy some refreshments, and explore the Rose Garden in full bloom.   More details to follow!


Wednesday, July 13th (ran date July 18th) we, along with Berklee College of Music and City of Boston Parks and Recreation will be hosting the annual Swingin’ in the Fens Concert at Ramler Park, featuring the Jazz stylings of the Lisa Thorson Quintet.

Dear Members, Birders, and Friends:

Please join us on Saturday, May 7th  for our annual spring “Birds of the Back Bay Fens” birdwalk! We will meet at 7:00 a.m., rain or shine at the Peace Bell, located behind the Kelleher Rose Garden across from the Museum of Fine Arts footbridge, for a morning of birding, led by naturalist Stephen Baird of the Friends of Jamaica Pond. Bring your binoculars and a friend! This walk is open to everyone.



Thanks to grant support from the BRA Fenway Demonstration Project Funds and generous help from the Edward Ingersoll Browne Fund, Jacob Kulin’s musically-themed artwork for Symphony Park will be completed for installation this spring. Stay tuned for details! We are grateful to the immense support received from community members and businesses in supporting this project.
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Fenway Civic Association is pleased to announce Sunset Concerts at Symphony Park, Monday September 28th – Friday October 2nd, featuring Berklee musicians.
Join us at 5:30 pm, weather permitting, Monday through Friday for short musical performances! Bring a chair and a friend. All concerts are free and open to the public.
Symphony Park is located at the corner of Edgerly Road and Norway Streets in the East Fenway.
Thanks to Berklee College of Music, the Boston Parks and Recreation Department, the Friends of Symphony Park, and the Mission Hill Fenway Neighborhood Trust for making these concerts possible.

Students, mentors and professors from Curry College’s First-Year Honors program returned to the Back Bay Fens on September 19th to rake, week, prune and clean the parks.

Led by Curry College Professor Peter Hainer, The Trustees of Reservations volunteer Bill Stanton, and FCA board members, students engaged in three project areas that improved the quality of parkland for residents and visitors. Our thanks to these dedicated students, their teachers, and the TTOR! Read Curry College’s Facebook post here.
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