26Apr
On: April 26, 2021

What is a Little Free Library you ask? Well, a Little Free Library is a “take a book, return a book” free book exchange. Now there are two in...

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23Apr
On: April 23, 2021

We're hiring a Program Coordinator who will lead the planning and implementation of the Ashmont Farmers Market and help support the great work we do in the district year...

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08Apr
On: April 8, 2021

We are excited to collaborate with Alexander Golob and Teresa Maynard to bring Around the Table Community Cookbook to Greater Ashmont this summer!

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On: December 18, 2020

Greater Ashmont Main Street is excited to welcome our fourth Executive Director, Jeanne Dasaro! Jeanne has 15 years experience as a social entrepreneur, artist, and community builder. She got...

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On: November 20, 2020

Please help us spread the word throughout your networks. Do you know an excellent candidate for this impactful position with our Dorchester non-profit community organization? Full details at the...

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18Sep
On: September 18, 2020

After more than five years as our Executive Director, Jenn Cartee has shared that she will be leaving her role with Greater Ashmont Main Street before the end of...

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07Jul
On: July 7, 2020

This Friday the Ashmont Farmers Market enters its 13th season!  For over a decade it’s become a community gathering space that has been a source of not only local...

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27Sep
On: September 27, 2019

This past Saturday over 600 neighbors gathered on Talbot Ave at the 4th annual Dorchester Bike & Brew to celebrate Dorchester’s growing biking community and enjoy this neighborhood we share....

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18Aug
On: August 18, 2019

Please sign our petition in support of CPA funds for the DotGreenway project. Why do we need a petition?  In September, the team working on DotGreenway path, led in...

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06Aug
On: August 6, 2019

We’ve had a number of community members ask “Where are the farmers and what’s  happening with the farmers market?”  We want to share a bit more of what’s been...

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