Roslindale Day Parade Fundraising Dinner and Dance
Friday evening, May 12th, 2017, 7:00 – 10:30 P.M.
St. Nectarios Hall in Roslindale
THANK YOU attendees, volunteers, and contributors!
Proceeds benefit our 42nd Annual Roslindale Day Parade.
Photos will be posted shortly.
In Memoriam – Walt Michalik
The Roslindale Parade committee lost one of its founding members on February 17th, 2017.
Walt Michalik was a true Class Act who poured his heart and soul into Roslindale in many ways.
Walt was thrilled to be honored as one of the 2016 Parade’s Grand Marshals. His steady presence and contributions to the parade’s perennial success will be dearly missed.
The Roslindale Parade Committee Says Thank You!
The 2016 Roslindale Day Parade Committee gratefully acknowledges all who contributed to the success of our 41st Anniversary Roslindale Day Parade
City of Boston Agencies
Hon. Martin J. Walsh, Mayor of Boston
Office of Tourism, Sports, and Entertainment
Office of Neighborhood Services
Area E-5 Police – Captain Joseph Gillespie and Captain Steven McLaughlin
Boston Police Department Field Services
Boston Police K-9 Unit
Boston Fire Department
Boston Public Works Department
Boston Transportation Department
Boston Parks and Recreation Department
Boston Emergency Medical Services Department
WATCH THE 2016 ROSLINDALE DAY PARADE!
View any time on the Boston Neighborhood Network website:
41st Annual Roslindale Day Parade on BNN
The 2016 Grand Marshals:
The Greater Roslindale Medical and Dental Center and Walter Michalik.
“GRMDC: Preserving The Health Of Our Communities for 42 Years”.
THANK YOU participants, parade staff, volunteers and contributors!
2016 Awards Dinner and Talent Contest Highlights
Congratulations to 2016 Talent Contest Winner: Dance Academy
and First Runner Up: The Roslin-dolls
Proceeds benefit the 41st Annual Roslindale Parade
Congratulations to the 2015 Winners of our
Best Home-Designed Float Contest!
WINNER: Lawn Care Plus, Inc.
RUNNER UP: Holy Name Cub Scouts Pack #3
Thanks to all who participated in this contest for your efforts.
The Roslindale Day Parade occurs on the first or second Sunday of October every year and has been a neighborhood tradition for over thirty years. The annual event showcases the diversity and beauty of our neighborhood and its residents. It’s funded in part by grants from the Office of Tourism, Sports, and Entertainment, as well as through financial contributions of the local business community and the fundraising efforts of the non-profit Roslindale Day Parade Committee.