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Circle The City: Open Streets, Open World

Courtesy of the Williams Agency | 9/4/2013, 12:48 p.m. | Updated on 9/4/2013, 12:48 p.m.
Blue Hill Avenue Closed to Cars; Open to the Community to Allow for Play
Brandy Cruthird leading a group in outdoor exercise

Blue Hill Avenue Closed to Cars; Open to the Community to Allow for Play

Thousands of community residents and visitors will head to Blue Hill Avenue on Sunday September 29, 2013 from 1pm – 5pm for the second Circle The City, Boston’s Open Streets event this year to walk, bike, roll, dance and play together in the streets of Boston. Blue Hill Avenue from Dudley Street to Warren Street will be closed to buses and cars to allow for more than 50 free activities for thousands of community residents and visitors to celebrate community on 'paved parks’ in the streets of Boston. See a map of the footprint here: CTC Blue Hill Map goo.gl/tf4bJQ

Circle The City will highlight the neighborhood and community resources along the Blue Hill Avenue corridor from Dudley Common to Grove Hall. Activities will include live music and dance, fitness clinics, a historical walking tour, community revitalization efforts featuring innovative green spaces, participatory art projects and active programming for all ages.