(Editor’s note: Reposting. Originally published on May 15, 2019) FRANKLIN PARK — 750 guests attended the 16th anniversary Party in the Park Luncheon to benefit the city’s Justine Mee Liff Fund, which was held on Wednesday, May 15, 2019 in a tent in White Stadium at Franklin Park, the crowning jewel of the Emerald Necklace and the largest park in the system at more than 500 acres. Attendees included: Party in the Park founder Wendy…

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DORCHESTER — Scores of area children joined Mayor Marty Walsh and Boston Public Library president David Leonard for the groundbreaking event on July 10, 2019, for the new Adams Street Branch library. The $18.3 million project is expected to open in 2021. The project, according to Spotted in Dot, is a collaborative development “between the City of Boston’s Public Facilities Department and the Boston Public Library, in partnership with architect Nadaaa and J and J…

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BACK BAY FENS — 500 of Boston’s best dressed guests braved the teeming rain to attend Mayor Marty Walsh’s annual party held in a tent at the Kelleher Rose Garden, part of Olmsted’s Emerald Necklace, in the Back Bay Fens. The attendees were able to grab a few photos in between the raindrops. The 23rd annual Rose Garden Party was hosted by Mayor Walsh and his partner, Ms. Lorrie Higgins. The Tuesday, June 18, 2019,…

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QUINCY — 150 golfers took to the links of Wollaston Country Club the other day to raise money for Boston’s Police Athletic League’s programs. Joining that golfers at the clubhouse celebration were Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, former Red Sox slugger Sam Horn, and Boston Police Commissioner Willie Gross, whose hat was auctioned off for $700. Baker extraordinaire George Montilio bought Gross’ hat in the auction run by Jim Fagan. All photos by Bill Brett

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FENWAY — 500 guests attended the special reception to honor Emmanuel College President Sister Janet Eisner of Notre Dame de Namur, the country’s longest-serving woman college president currently in office. Since her inauguration in 1979, she has led Emmanuel through a time of exceptional innovation, achievement and growth. The party was held in a tent on the college’s Fenway campus. The gala co-chairs were Leslie F. McCafferty ’76 and Margaret L. McKenna ’83 and the…

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