Brookline Community Aging Network – BrooklineCAN – is an all-volunteer organization that focuses on Brookline as a great place to live. It provides information for older residents that helps them remain engaged in the life of the community and advocates to make Brookline an even better place to live for seniors and everyone.
BrooklineCAN held its fifth annual meeting September 17. The crowd was orderly. No arrests were reported.
This website is a clearing house of information detailing Brookline's extensive network of services and activities that help make our town an eminently livable community. Here you will find the abundance of social, educational, and recreational programs that can enrich our lives, build a sense of community, and make our town an even better place for all.
BrooklineCAN on Twitter and Facebook
Matt Weiss, BrooklineCAN's chief Tweeter (Twitterer?, Tweetmeister?), scours the Twitterverse for items of interest to Brookline seniors. Updated daily.
Our Twitter feed is echoed on Facebook. If you're a Facebook user, you can follow us there.
An article by Frank Caro, chairman of BrooklineCAN and its Livable Community Advocacy Committee.
From the Brookline Greenspace Alliance's fall 2015 newsletter.
Expanded Apartment & Condo Listings
Our original apartment and condominium listings were limited to buildings with 25 units or more. Now, thanks to a grant from ReServe Greater Boston, we were able to add over 30 listings for smaller buildings. BrooklineCAN members can view our expanded interactive maps of