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Suffolk Downs to host Holiday Happenings event

Looking for a family-friendly way to kick off the holiday season? On Saturday December 3rd from 10am to 1pm, HYM Investment Group LLC, “HYM”, will hold its 2nd Annual “Holiday Happenings” event at Suffolk Downs. “Holiday Happenings” will feature all kinds of holiday fun, including free photos with Santa, holiday crafts with Essem Art Studio, and cookies, cannoli and hot chocolate from Uncle Joey’s Cannoli .

The event is free for all and open to the public. Attendees who can are encouraged to bring unwrapped toys to the event, which will be donated to the Eastie Elves and Revere Police Department Toy Drive. Thanks to the generosity of last year’s participants, over 250 toys were collected in 2021 and distributed to local families in need.

“We look forward to being joined again by many local families at this year’s ‘Holiday Happenings’,” said Thomas N. O’Brien, Managing Partner and CEO of HYM. “Holidays are a time to be spent with family and community, and we are proud that Suffolk Downs can play a part in this time.”

Those interested in participating are invited to register online. More information about Holiday Happenings and all upcoming events can be found on the Suffolk Downs website and social media. Suffolk Downs is located next to MBTA Beachmont and Suffolk Downs Blue Line stations. Free parking is available on-site in Lot #3 at 525 McClellan Highway in East Boston.

HYM Investment Group is a leading development company leading the development of over 20 million square feet of real estate in Greater Boston. The company creates mixed-use communities that strive to emphasize sustainability, creativity and technology for a more productive and resilient future.

The team has an unparalleled knowledge of the development process that enables the company to bring complex projects to market through community input and support. Through its experience, relationship building and transparency with all stakeholders, HYM is able to deliver projects on time and within budget to bring material return to its investors.

With a team of 50% women and 30% people of color, HYM is committed to building projects that prioritize inclusion and embrace Greater Boston’s rich diversity. From projects like Suffolk Downs to Bulfinch Crossing, the team is leading the industry in creating some of the most thriving neighborhoods in the region.

Margie D. Carlisle