New Bostonians Community Day

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Community Day Background


New Bostonians Community Day was created to improve New Bostonians’ access to crucial City resources and increase their understanding of city government and ways to participate in it. Community Day is also a celebration of the diverse communities living in Boston, and an opportunity to cultivate closer relationships among the diverse population and city leaders.

The day's festivities include:

  • Welcome by the mayor

  • World Flag Parade

  • Art and craft tables

  • Resource tables from local community organizations

  • Multilingual tours of several Boston City Hall departments

  • Multicultural presentations

  • Immigration and career development clinics

Resource Table Reservation Information

Organizations can reserve resource table space to acquaint the New Bostonian Communities with their services. There will be a $30.00 non-refundable charge to cover the costs associated with renting the tables and chairs. To reserve a resource table, please contact Armando Silva.  Participating organizations traditionally have included ESOL Programs, high schools and other educational institutions, community centers, health centers, and other groups working with diverse populations. Table space is in high demand, so please secure your reservation as soon as possible.

Past Events

Last year’s New Bostonians Community Day event took place on Thursday, September 23, 2010, from 11:00 am to 2:30 pm at Boston City Hall Plaza's Courtyard.

Community Day 2010 Event Flyer 
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