Lynnfield for Love’s 2021-2022 Calendar

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Upcoming events:

Race Amity Day – 6/11/2023
At Lynnfield Town Common
A day to celebrate interracial friendship and showcase the power of interracial partnerships to foster lasting and powerful social change. BYO picnic basket for a fun afternoon with the LMS Pioneer Singers, scavenger hunts, games, bubbles, and more. Water and lemonade will be provided, see you there!

Juneteenth – 6/14/2023
Location TBD
Flag raising ceremony and proclamation.

Past Events

Multicultural Fair4/1/2023
We are quite excited! Our last Multicultural Fair was in 2018! We are back and this year’s celebration is going to be a phenomenal showcase of cultures! We are elated to announce the lineup of spectacular performances: Wah Lum Lion Dancers, Karate Demo, Indian Dance, Hip Hop interactive performance, Flamenco Dancers, and a Cricket Demo. There will be free raffles and prizes for kids!

Holiday Service Project:
30 gift bags for foster kids including candy, snacks, bath products, fidget toys, pens, stationary, and gift cards.

For the Love of Sides – November
This fundraiser will help provide a complete Thanksgiving meal for families in Lynn. Thank you to Wakefield Co-operative Bank for their generous donation of 34 turkeys!

Martin Luther King Jr. Service Project

Community Coffees have closed for the season, stay tuned for the spring when they return!

Valentine’s Day Gathering

Lynnfield Pride Celebration
We’re super excited to be collaborating with Lynnfield High’s GSA (Gender Sexuality Alliance) to bring the town a family-friendly Pride gathering to celebrate and support LGBTQ families and individuals in our community.

Race Amity Day
A free, family-friendly day to celebrate friendship across race and cultures. On the common, the event includes picnics, art station & face painting, kid games, the library’s reading nook and more! 

Juneteenth Opal Lee Walk
We will honor Opal Lee “the grandmother of Juneteenth”. All are welcome! We will walk from the middle school to the town common to honor the journey Opal Lee has taken to get Juneteenth recognized as a national holiday. 

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