Gateway Arts-Gallery & Store 62 Harvard St, Brookline, MA02445 In business for 38 years, this unique non-profit store carries quilts, clothes, toys, and other hand-crafted items made…More by local artists with disabilities. All items are made in its on-site studio and artists receive a percentage of all their items that are sold. Some of these artists have also been represented in galleries in Manhattan and Washington D.C.
The Holy Transfiguration Monastery 278 Warren St, Brookline, MA02445 Holy Transfiguration Monastery was founded in 1961 as a Orthodox Community. They moved to their current Brookline…More location in 1970. The monastery is supported by selling religious items such as icons, metals and crosses. Their items are sold both in stores and through their Web site.
Rehab Seating Systems Inc. 8 Alton Pl, Brookline, MA02446 Rehab Seating Systems Inc. sells orthopedic, bariatric and multi-purpose chairs for specialty medical seating. Rehab…More Seating Systems has sold numerous chairs to hospital and nursing services, as well as for personal home use. To look at models, visit the Web site.
Von Huene Workshop 65 Boylston St, Brookline, MA02445 This shop is practically synonymous with early music in the Greater Boston area. Von Heune recorders are widely…More recognized as the best in the world. Other early wind instruments are produced and sold here; sheet music is also available. Beyond that, the Von Heunes are the founders of the Boston Early Music Festival, a biennial event that music lovers eagerly anticipate, as it provides venues for the performance of works in the classical repertoire that tend to be performed too seldom.
Located at the end of Cypress Street in Whiskey Point, the Mary E. Robinson Playground includes a baseball diamond,…More half basketball court, open field, spray fountain and woodchip playground with slides and swings. The park was once the site of a car barn for the Boston Elevated Railway Company, but was sold to the town for use as a park in the 1930's.
Robinson Playground is part of Brookline's Green Dog Program, which allows park users to let their dogs off leash during certain hours. At Robinson, dogs are allowed off leash from dawn until 9am.