Profiles of some age-friendly businesses
BrooklineCAN Profiles Age-Friendly Businesses During Covid 19. To serve customers safely during the COVID-19 pandemic, Brookline’s Age-Friendly businesses have adopted special measures that protect both customers and employees. BrooklineCAN is highlighting a few of these businesses that are helping us get through these trying times.
Bottega FiorentinaServing Tuscan Food in Brookline for 27 Years
November 2021 News Release
The AbbeyAn Irish Pub in Washington Square
July 2021 News Release
Brookline Tab · Brookline Patch
Aborn True Value Hardware StoreMay 2021 News Release
Brookline Tab · Brookline Patch.
Connelly HardwareA Fixture in Brookline.
April 2021 News Release
The same news release in Brookline Patch and Brookline Tab.
Serenade Chocolatier22 Years in Brookline Village.
February 2021 News Release. Wickedlocal.com
Olive Connectionhunts for the best.
January 2021 News Release
Brookline BooksmithThe Heart of Brookline for 60 Years.
November 2020 News Release .
Eureka Puzzles and Maruichi Japanese Food & DeliSeptember 2020 News release · Patch.com · Wickedlocal.com
Brookline Stores Embrace Age Friendly BusinessFebruary 2019 News Release. A description of the program and quotes from business managers. Shorter version.
Age-Friendly Brookline on WGBHWGBH discussed age-friendly business in Brookline on their Greater Boston show onTuesday, March 19, 2019. Producer Tina Martin interviewed David Leschinsky, owner of Eureka! Puzzles, and BrooklineCAN members Frank Caro and Elenore Parker. John Seay and Matt Weiss also appear.
Coolidge Corner Shopping MapThis shopping map was produced by the Coolidge Corner Merchants Association. In the 2018/2019 edition they added this symbol to indicate an age-friendly business. Copies of the map are available at member businesses and at the Brookline Senior Center.
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