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BID Hosts Super Healthy Sunday On Summer Street


The Downtown Boston Business Improvement District (BID) concludes its week-long celebration with Super Healthy Sunday—local food and home product vendors, cooking demonstrations and music on Summer Street, 11 am – 4 pm. “This celebration is designed to showcase the district and to re-introduce this vibrant area of the city to residents and visitors. The series of events also coincides with the official launch of our completely re-designed and exciting new website, which is found at,” said Rosemarie Sansone, President of the Downtown Boston BID.  

“There is so much to see and do in Downtown Boston. Celebrate Boston has something for everyone! I hope residents and visitors alike will take part in the terrific offerings. What a wonderful time of year to be in the City,” said Mayor Thomas M. Menino.

Super Healthy Sunday includes vendors from Biena Foods, Copicut Farms, Sprouted Raw Foods and Red Fire Farms. This event will also feature cooking demonstrations and tastings by Chef Sam Monsour of JM Curley, Chef Kyle Ketchum from Woodward, Andrew Yeo of Artisan Bistro, Todd Kiley of Sip, and Chef Paul Sussman from the Back Deck.  The area will be enhanced by Artefact Home/Garden planters and outdoor products providing unique design ideas and inspiration for rooftop and patio aficionados, a Lexicon of Sustainability photo exhibit presented by the Museum of Science, and fitness activities by Reebok CrossFit.  For detailed information call 617-261-0066.

The Downtown Boston Business Improvement District is a 501(c) 6 nonprofit organization created by property and business owners committed to achieving downtown’s full potential as a thriving destination. Its primary focus is to create a clean, safe, and vibrant environment, increase business activity, and attract further investment. The Downtown Boston BID serves a 34-block area that includes Downtown Crossing, the Ladder District, and parts of the Financial and Theater Districts. The area includes 165,000 office worker, 7,000 residents, 14,000 students, 250,000 pedestrian trips each day, over 400 retailers and 98, and counting, restaurants.

Doug Meyer
617-482-2139 or
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