6:00 pm18:00


Suffolk County Sheriff Steven W. Tompkins and the Department will be hosting "A Conversation About Race" at Roxbury Community College on Tuesday, August, 23, 2016. Panelists joining Sheriff Tompkins for this frank discussion about race include: Dan Rivera, Mayor of Lawrence; State Rep. Evandro C. Carvalho; William Gross, Boston Police Department Superintendent-in-Chief; Michael Curry, President of the Boston NAACP; Dan Mulhern, Senior Advisor for the Mayor of Boston's Office of Public Safety initiative; Adam Foss, Former Assistant District Attorney; Alberto Vasallo, Jr., El Mundo Newspaper Founder and President of the MassINC Polling Group. "A Conversation About Race" will take place on August 23rd in the Media Arts Building on the Roxbury Community College Campus, 1234 Columbus Avenue, Boston, MA 02120 from 6:00PM - 8:30PM (doors open at 5:30PM). The event is free and open to the public. 

For more details, click the photo, or to download a printable copy, click: http://www.scsdma.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/race_convo_aug23rd.pdf

12:30 pm12:30

Bunker Hill Day Parade

  • Bunker Hill Street Boston, MA, 02129 United States

The 2016 Battle of Bunker Hill Parade is on Sunday, June 12th beginning at 12:30 PM. Parade forms at the corner of Vine & Bunker Hill Streets in Hayes Square, Charlestown, and goes through the streets of historic Charlestown, Massachusetts ending at the Training Field. 

A tradition since 1786, the Bunker Hill Day Parade commemorates the Battle of Bunker Hill which was fought on Breed's Hill on June 17, 1775 in Charlestown, Massachusetts. The Battle of Bunker Hill was the first major battle of the American Revolution. 

12:00 pm12:00

Boston Pride Parade

  • Boylston Street & Clarendon Street

Join Sheriff Tompkins as he marches in the Boston Pride Parade on Saturday, June 11th. The parade kick-off is at 12:00pm and we will be meeting at the intersection of Boylston St. and Clarendon St. at 11:30am. 

1:00 pm13:00

112th Annual Dot Day Parade

Join Sheriff Tompkins at this year's Dot Day Parade! The Annual Dorchester Dot Day parade is traditionally held the first Sunday in June. The parade kick-off begins at the corner of Washington Street & Dorchester Avenue to Savin Hill at the corner of Columbia Road and Dorchester Avenue. 





1:00 pm13:00

16th Annual Haitian American Unity Parade

  • Mattapan Square

Join Sheriff Tompkins as he celebrates Haitian heritage and marches in the annual parade! Sheriff Tompkins is a proud supporter of the Haitian Community and the Annual Haitian-American Unity Parade in Mattapan. 





12:00 pm12:00

March with the Sheriff at the St. Patrick's Day Parade!

  • Broadway T Station

Join Sheriff Tompkins in marching in the St. Patrick's Day Parade!

The parade begins at 1 PM. We will be meeting at noon at the Broadway T Station, located at the intersection of Dorchester Ave and West Broadway. Please let us know you are interested in volunteering by emailing sheriffstevetompkins@gmail.com.