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Look for our traveling photo booths this week around Boston!

Snap a selfie in the IB2030 Photo Booth!

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Look for our traveling photo booths this week!

Good morning! Imagine Boston 2030 is excited to announce our continued engagement in the community with our very own Photo Booth! This week stop by and take a selfie with our futuristic setting behind you and let us know what you would like to see happen in the City over the next 15 years and beyond! Check out the link below for times and locations, and please feel free to post your photos to your own social media using #ImagineBoston and let others know you stopped by!

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Also, if you were not able to make one of our Open Houses earlier this fall (or even if you did and would like to continue the conversation) we now have our own Visioning Kits available for you to download from our website so that YOU can host your own meeting in your community with friends, family, and neighbors. Bring the discussion to your own backyard and help us imagine the future of Boston!
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