April 15th, 2015 marked the beginning of a new annual
Boston tradition: One Boston Day.
Each year, the day serves as an opportunity to celebrate the resiliency, generosity, and strength demonstrated by the people of
Boston and those around the world in response to the Boston Marathon bombing tragedy of April 15th, 2013.
In anouncing the 3rd annual One Boston Day, Mayor Marty Walsh said, "The Boston Marathon is a key part of our city's identity, and continues to show the world that
Boston is strong, and our traditions will
endure, no matter what. The spirit of the day on April
15 shows the best of Boston:
how Bostonians from all backgrounds come together to line the streets,
celebrate one another and do good for their community. I hope everyone can mark
this day in a way that inspires each other with the love we have for our
community, our neighbors and our City."
How will you make a difference this year?
See One Boston Day video:
Read about the Martin Richard Park being built to capture the spirit of Boston.