Stitching together the North End and Waterfront neighborhood in the late 1970’s, a large group of North End women created this phenomenal 12′ x 12′ wall hanging, recently on display at the North Bennet Street School and previously at Boston […]
Arts & Culture
Family and friends gathered at St. Stephen’s Church for the NEMPAC Private Music Students Recital. Pride and joy filled the air as each student presented their special song – a splendid array of performances! The NEMPAC Private Music Instruction program […]
In his first neighborhood trolley tour, Mayor Walsh continued the tradition with a stop in the North End on Friday night. Kids of all ages came out to see Santa and the lighting of the Prado tree on the Paul […]
Kicking off a night of holiday events, the North End Beautification Committee brought Christmas to the corner of Hanover and Cross Streets with a tree lighting celebration featuring carolers and hot chocolate from Caffe Paradiso. The kids at Saint John […]
THE FRIENDS OF THE NORTH END LIBRARY INVITE YOU TO OUR ANNUAL HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE! SAT., DECEMBER 6, 2014, 12 NOON TO 2:00 PM FEATURING THE MUSIC OF AL NATALE’S JAZZ BAND REFRESHMENTS! RAFFLE! 25 PARMENTER ST.
‘Tis the time of year for NEMPAC recitals! We at NEMPAC love our student recitals and take great pride in watching our students demonstrate all they learned over the session. You have three opportunities to watch NEMPAC students perform. They […]
No Rest for the Wicked Funny is a 24-hour improvised performance held at Improv Asylum. This amazing event is filled with celebrity guests, live auctions and the best part… all monies generated go directly to Globe Santa. We have a “Kids […]
St. John School’s Honor Choir, in partnership with NEMPAC, joined the Friends of Christopher Columbus Park, Mayor Marty Walsh, Miss Massachusetts and Santa Claus for the Annual Trellis Lighting Monday night. The students sang three songs for the overflowing crowd.