Join Our Friends Council

About The Esplanade Association’s Friend Council

The Esplanade Friends Council is designed to increase support and awareness among Boston professionals while offering them an opportunity to deepen their relationship with the Esplanade Association and become the next generation of influencers. 

The Friends Council supports the Esplanade Association  through volunteerism, event support, and park stewardship. While we encourage members to attend our events, there is no set time or monetary commitment to join the Friends Council.

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Council Goals & Activities

Council members help the Association plan and market fundraising events, participate in clean-up days on the Esplanade, provide support for our summer programs, and attend tours at the park to become up-to-date on our current projects. Members gather together to plan our winter fundraiser event, summer event (Dock Party), and a fall event (Moondance After Dark).

For more information on our past events, please click here. If interested, Council members may also volunteer to help with our summer programming, by attending our Healthy, Fit & Fun classes in the park, such as Zumba and yoga, and assisting with registration at these programs. Click here to learn more about our summer programs.

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How to Join

Interested in joining the Friends Council? Send an email to development@esplanadeassociation.org requesting to sign up, and you will be added to the Friends Council mailing list. You will then receive notifications for all Friends Council opportunities, including planning meetings, clean-up dates, and tours.

News

  • Healthy, Fit & Fun

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

  • July 4th Update!

    We are seeking volunteers to help out at our Esplanade Summer Dock Party on Thursday, July 17th.

  • A Special Gift for Dad

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

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