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Friday, September 13

826 Boston Selected For Inaugural Shout Syndicate Grant

826 Boston thanks The Shout Syndicate, The Boston Foundation, and the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture for a generous grant to fund a new publishing opportunity for Boston youth. The [...]

Friday, September 13

An evening of poetry at WBUR CitySpace

Last night, WBUR CitySpace hosted an evening of poetry and music, featuring Nick Flynn reading from his new collection, “I Will Destroy You,” accompanied his band Kildeer. As part of [...]

Wednesday, September 11

826 Day was one for the books

One of our favorite holidays has sadly come and gone, but 826 Day was one for the books. Every 8/26, affectionately known as 826 Day, we partner with independent bookstores across Boston to [...]

Photo: Leise Jones

Tuesday, September 3

Summer Camp Explores the City’s Hidden Gems

Over the course of “Our City is Alive,” 826 Boston’s STEM-inspired summer camp, students ages nine to eleven went on six experiential field trips, using the city as their classroom as they [...]

Thursday, June 27

826 Boston Debuts AmeriCorps Writers’ Room Fellowship

Through a partnership with AmeriCorps and the Massachusetts Service Alliance, 826 Boston is debuting the Writers’ Room Fellowship. This inaugural cohort of 10-15 AmeriCorps members will [...]

Photo credit: Leise Jones Photography.

Thursday, May 16

Student Stories Spur Community Change

Seniors at the Edward M. Kennedy Academy for Health Careers (EMK) celebrated the release of My Generation Can.

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Upcoming Events

Opening Our Doors Festival

October 14, 10 AM - 4 PM

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Boston Book Festival

October 19, 10 AM - 5 PM

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College Essay Boot Camp—calling all students and volunteers!

October 26, 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM and 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM

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Books for Breakfast 2019

November 13, 8:00 AM

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