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Fairs & Festivals

Dorchester Multicultural Day

When: August 18, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Where: 600 Washington Street, Dorchester, MA
Ages allowed: All Ages
Cost: Free

A celebration of the variety of cultures in Dorchester. Experience the food, arts, music, and more. Plus community information on health, housing, clean energy, alternative transportation, sustainability, business, finance.

Saturday, Aug 18th at 10am – 5pm in the parking lot of Second Church in Dorchester in Codman Square.

Co-op Power Boston Metro East is co-sponsoring an Energy Fair as part of the Dorchester Multicultural Day with free solar evaluations of your roof, teens demonstrating solar, JPods transportation, and more. Attend the Panel Discussion at 10:30 am on “Community Power: the New Way of Living, Working and Sharing”.

Plan to support local vendors, food trucks, and restaurants. Vendors send your request to olive@cooppower.coop.

Bring your family and friends! No cost to attend.
RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/264112237508804/

Sponsors: Second Church in Dorchester, Codman Square Neighborhood Development Corp., Codman Square Neighborhood Council, Resonant Energy. Funding for the Energy Fair was provided by the New England Grassroots Environment Fund.