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Brookline Recreation Invites Community To Brookline Day 2022 At Coolidge Corner

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Brookline Day is intended to celebrate the community as a great place to live, work and play in, while fostering a connection among residents, neighbors and businesses.

The event this year is shifting from its traditional location at Larz Anderson Park in an effort to support local businesses affected by the CoViD-19 pandemic and to increase accessibility.

It will take place on Sunday, September 18, 2022, from 11:00 a.m. to 03:00 p.m.

The event will feature food, prizes and unique attractions such as a Mini Town Hall and Wellness Stage, which will include demonstrations by Boston School of Boabom, Coolidge Corner Yoga, Lynn Modell Dance, Outback Physical Therapy and Puppet Showplace Theater.

There will be live music from Vanessa Trien & the Jumping Monkeys, Karate Show and more. Children can also enjoy the Kidz Zone, which features inflatable bounce houses, face painting, games and a Touch-a-Truck event.

The Town wishes to thank Presenting Sponsor Brookline Bank; Gold Sponsor Viking Sports; Bronze Sponsors Brookline Library Foundation, City on a Hill Church, Compass | Cheryl Cotney, Courtyard Marriott Brookline, Kaplansky Insurance, Liriano Wealth Advisory Group, LLC, Route 9 Dental, Skin Center Boston and The Center for Pediatric Dental Care; and Benefactor Sponsors Brookline Republican Town Committee, Pine Village Pre-School, The Golden Chickpea Center and Unlimited Sotheby’s International Realty.

“We are thrilled to be hosting Brookline Day at Coolidge Corner this year, and are ready and excited to celebrate our Town and all it has to offer for the first time in two years,” Director Jackson said. “This gathering brings together so many from our community, including Town agencies, businesses, and partners, and we encourage our residents to join them on this special and fun day.”

The Town is excited to once again hold Brookline Day after a two-year hiatus due to the CoViD-19 pandemic.

For more information on Brookline Day, please visit here.