The music scene will be hopping in Brighton on Saturday, October 1st. Community volunteers of Brighton Main Streets have organized LIVE music in a dozen Brighton businesses, restaurants, and bars throughout the day from Noon to 10pm. Come hear over 15 Boston bands, duos and singers/songwriters and follow the music from Oak Square to Brighton […]
Beer. Music. Food. For a Cause! If the fall weather has you craving ales, beers and cider, then Brighton is the place to be. The outdoor Brighton Brewfest offers a chance to enjoy selections from 15 different breweries while supporting two volunteer-driven organizations and strengthening the Allston Brighton community. The event proceeds will go to […]
It's a parade. It's monster bash. No, it's the annual Brighton Business District Trick or Treat! Looking for a fun and safe way for families to join in on the Halloween fun. Mark your calendars for October 31st. Everyone is welcome to show off your Halloween costumes and visit all of Brighton's businesses up and down […]
Brighton Main Streets is made up of volunteers who help to make Brighton a great place to live, work, shop and learn. Whether you’re a longtime friend, new to Brighton, or just new to Main Streets, volunteering is a great way to get to know your neighbors and establish a community.
Volunteers who want to be involved in planning can join specific event committees. We always seek design, marketing/social media, project management, and business-related skills. We also have opportunities for single-day event support, such as setting up tents and staffing registration tables.
Volunteer opportunities for 2023 include:
Preparing for the National Main Streets Conference (coming to Boston in March!)
Supporting a new monthly “shop small” challenge
Helping with spring plantings and clean-up projects
Planning our annual signature event…and much more!
Join us for the annual Community Egg Hunt, one of Brighton’s longest traditions in family events. Every year, hundreds of children ages 2-10 gather in Brighton to welcome in Spring and gather eggs filled with happy treats and surprises. This tradition was started in 1983, 40 years ago, by Gerry McCarthy and family, through St. […]