JP Centre/South Main Streets Provides Delivery Service and More

Thanks to a grant from the Boston Main Streets Foundation and a partnership with City Feed & Supply, JP Centre/South Main Streets will offer JP Holiday Delivery, a free delivery service for our local shops to our local residents. Participating merchants can now offer free delivery to a limited area that includes Jamaica Plain, Mission Hill, Roslindale, and parts of West Roxbury and Brookline. See a map for the delivery area at this link:

This service will run throughout December 24. The last day to place an order is December 23. Residents can do all of their holiday shopping locally and have it delivered together. Current participating locations include:

• Papercuts JP

• Salmagundi

• DVSTY Consignment

• Susanna Jamaica Plain

• On Centre

• Kitchenwitch

• George’s Shoes

• Boing! Toy Shop

Residents can also ask their favorite shops to contact JP Centre/South Main Streets to participate.

JP Holiday Light Show

JP Centre/South Main Streets has launched the JP Holiday Light Show onto the STEEPLE at First Baptist Church at 633 Centre St. The show will run from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM every evening from December 4, 2020 to January 3, 2021. It features artwork contributed by the Jamaica Plain community and a countdown to the New Year.

JP Centre/South Main Streets purchased the projector for last year’s Holiday Show, and were able to use it for multiple events, including JP Together/JP Unidos show, projected onto the J.P. Licks building. This year’s show is made possible by sponsors Matt O’Malley, the Blue Frog Bakery, and more, and is produced by MASARY Studios. The show is also available to watch online at

JP Centre/South Main Streets is a volunteer-driven, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that seeks to guide the growth of Jamaica Plain’s Centre and South Streets’ business district through the active collaboration of residents, business owners, and others committed to a community-led initiative. In partnership with Boston Main Streets, we provide a direct conduit to the City of Boston and can provide technical assistance to help new businesses succeed.

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