Multi-Day Community 5K Run/Walk

There’s more to Hyde Square than Whole Foods drama.

Join Hyde Square Task Force ( for a Multi-Day Community 5K Run/Walk. You choose the date you’d like to run (between June 5 and 9), with all runs through the Jamaica Plain community led by Hyde Square Task Force youth. Sign up today at All proceeds support the work of Hyde Square Task Force, a youth development agency in Jamaica Plain.

Sponsored by: Martha Eliot Health Center, Boston Children’s Hospital, United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley, BNY Mellon, and Forest Hills Runners.

Questions: Contact Karen at 617.318.6620


Black and White Party/Fundraiser for Roxbury Open Studios @ SFMA 3/29

Celebrate with ONEin3′s friends at Discover Roxbury for their annual Black and White Party fundraiser for Roxbury Open Studios at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts 6pm – 8pm. Roxbury’s artists bring energy, vibrancy, and color to our lives everyday. Whether we see their artwork in galleries, on the street, or in our homes, their talents inspire joy, reflection, and a sense of wonder. At the Black & White Party, Discover Roxbury celebrates and supports Roxbury’s artists. As the theme suggests, the attire, decor, and food (to the extent possible) are all black and white. Black and white artwork will also be for sale. The show’s goal is to void the venue of color to remind us of how important Roxbury’s artists are in bringing color to our lives.

All net proceeds from the party support Roxbury Open Studios.

School of the Museum of Fine Arts
230 The Fenway
Enjoy black and white themed food, wine, and art! Tickets are $20.00 and can be purchased at the door.


Collective Energy, Singular Visions Art Show

A review from ONEin3 Council Member Tiffany Probasco:

Roxbury Celebrates Quilt Artwork

A few weeks ago, ONEin3ers supported the opening night reception of the Collective Energy, Singular Visions Art Show at the Haley House Bakery Cafe. The original, colorful Haitian culture-inspired quilts were brought in from the Haiti PeaceQuilt’s Women’s Collectives.

Guests were treated to delectable pizza squares, cocoa samplings, hummus with veggies, and of course the Haley House’s famous chocolate chips cookies.

The quilts were available for sale, but if they weren’t in one’s price point, there were plenty of quilted goodies to purchase on a smaller scale, such as oven mitts and aprons.

The well attended event was definitely a highlight of our week! The quilts will be on display until January 28, so check them out!