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By adamg - 5/6/23 - 8:45 pm
Puppets at Wake Up the Earth

Handmaid took in Spontaneous Celebrations' annual Wake Up the Earth festival today along the Southwest Corridor Park near Stony Brook station. Read more.

By adamg - 5/7/22 - 10:20 pm
Tromboinists do slides on a slide at Wake Up the Earth

A pair of trombonists worked on their slides while on the homemade slides at the return of the Wake Up the Earth Festival in the Southwest Corridor Park in Jamaica Plain today. Greg Cook took the photo along with many other photos of both the festival and the parade that proceeded it.

By adamg - 5/2/20 - 12:53 pm
Small Wake Up the Earth

Spontaneous Celebration's annual festival in the Southwest Corridor Park at Stony Brook, originally set for today, was, of course, postponed this year, but Michael Spicher discovered a few people still showed up for a "quick and socially distanced" festival.

Vendors who would have been there, offering their wares online.

By adamg - 5/2/18 - 11:52 am

The T had been planning to run buses instead of Orange Line trains between Forest Hills and Jackson Square for track work this weekend, but canceled that when it learned the 40th annual Wake Up the Earth festival was scheduled for Saturday, basically spreading out from the Stony Brook T stop. So look for regular Orange Line service instead.

By adamg - 5/5/17 - 10:40 am

Spontaneous Celebrations reports it's postponed the annual Wake Up the Earth festival until May 13, due to the weekend's forecast, which now includes a flood watch due to anticipated heavy rains that could drop two to three inches on us.

By adamg - 5/7/16 - 6:17 pm
Hula hooping to music at Jamaica Plain's Wake Up the Earth festival

Parades from both ends of Jamaica Plain converged today, as they do every May, to march to the Southwest Corridor for the neighborhood's annual Wake Up the Earth festival in front of Stony Brook station, where residents converged for arts, music, progressive politics and all sorts of food and stuff to buy - as well as the usual ad-hoc slide for kids down one hillside.

J.S. Hummel spotted some of the many musicians in the parade: Read more.

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