The crowds were out in Coolidge Corner on Sunday for Brookline Day, the town’s annual celebration led by the Brookline Recreation Department. Despite on-and-off pouring rain, Harvard Street was filled with music, dancing, dining and more. A main stage featured several performances by local artists, while businesses, nonprofits and town departments lined the street, which was closed to cars. The sound of a shofar blown by Temple Sinai Rabbi Andrew Vogel mixed with the whistle of a young spectator. Click through the gallery above for more photos from photographer Ken McGagh.
September 11, 2023