To celebrate widespread efforts by the City of Boston to improve walking, cycling and mass transit—and in particular the proposed dedicated bus lane on Washington St between Forest Hills and Roslindale Village—RozzieBikes with the Roslindale Village Main Streets Farmers Market are inviting Mayor Walsh, City Council President Michelle Wu, and City Councilor Tim McCarthy to the opening day of the Roslindale Farmers' Market.
Starting at 10:30am, a special ceremony championing green mobility will be held with Mayor Walsh, and a noon-time bike ride will feature hidden gems in Roslindale. Join hundreds of your neighbors and friends to show your support for safe walking and bicycling and public transportation. The Poplar St block adjoining Adams Park will be closed to motor traffic to make way for the celebration. For more information, visit the RozzieBikes Facebook page.
The Roslindale Farmers Market has free children’s activities and live music every week. It’s a true community event where residents, local businesses, and farm fresh food come together on Saturdays throughout the summer and fall. Every season is full of new vendors, performers, and engaging children’s activities. The market is open from 9:00 am to 1:30 pm every Saturday, rain or shine, from June through November in Adams Park.
Walk, bike, or ride public transportation to the market opening where we will recognize Mayor Walsh's efforts to move Boston toward a more vibrant, people centered, friendly, and safe city.