Esplanade Holiday Tree

On Friday, December 12th, the Esplanade Association, in partnership with the Mass Department of Conservation and Recreation, will introduce a holiday tree on the Charles River Esplanade. The tree has been generously donated by Valley Crest construction, who has been working since October on the Hatch Shell Oval Restoration Project. The 16ft evergreen tree will be […]

MixFest Alert

MixFest will be taking place this Saturday, September 13th on the Esplanade. The Department of Conservation and Recreation has issued a Press Release Alert below. Please not that this event is put on by Mix 104.1 and the Mass DCR and  is not done in partnership with the Esplanade Association.   MEDIA ADVISORY SATURDAY: DCR […]

Arthur Shurcliff Lecture

On Thursday, September 18th, at 7:00pm, the DCR will hold a public meeting to present an overview of the draft plan’s for the Charles River Esplanade – New Basin.

Healthy, Fit & Fun

Healthy, Fit & Fun classes will begin July 7th and will be held every week, Monday through Thursday, until mid-September.

Tani Marinovich Named Interim Executive Director

The Esplanade Association is thrilled to have Meredith Wood joining our team as the new Development Associate.

A Special Gift for Dad

This Father’s Day surprise your dad by having flowers planted on the Charles River Esplanade in his honor.

Happening Now on the Esplanade

It may seem quiet on the Charles River Esplanade but The Esplanade Association has been busier than ever caring for the park and we wanted to highlight some of the important work that we are doing right now.

Advocate for State Park Funding

If you are a users of the Charles River Esplanade and other state parks we ask that you take the time to advocate for our partners at the DCR to ensure that they receive adequate funding and do not suffer further budget cuts.

Buy-A-Bulb for Mother’s Day

This Mother’s Day, surprise a special mom in your life by planting flowers on the Charles River Esplanade in her honor.

Esplanade Ranked Top City Walk

We knew Boston was a great city for walking and we are thrilled that Real Simple recently ranked the Charles River Esplanade as one of the best walks in the 10 most walkable U.S. cities.