Event Notices

Saturday News & Views: Cliff Diving, St. Anthony’s Feast and City Council Politics


What’s Going On Saturday, August 25, 2012:

Saturday is the first full day of the St. Anthony’s Feast with all the vendors open and a full schedule of cooking demonstrations, entertainment and an outdoor Mass at 5:00 pm. Check the schedule.

The Saturday Open Market on the Greenway Wharf District parks is open from 10-5pm.

Paul Revere House is having a special exhibition, The Tailor’s Craft from 1pm-4pm.

Cliff Diving finals are at the ICA from 4-6 pm.

Check with event organizers for last minute changes. View details and more community happenings on the Events Calendar.

What’s new on the blog:

Opening Night at the St. Anthony’s Feast was quite the spectacle on a beautiful summer evening. Take a look at the photo gallery.

Under the radar, but worth reading:

Redistricting approved this week by Boston’s City Council has the potential to shift North End / Waterfront political dynamics. It definitely changes things for the Wharf District, including Harbor Towers, Rowes Wharf and the Haymarket / Market District. Read more.


Having guests visit for the feast? Tell them to use our interactive North End parking map on the website showing not just locations, but click through for pricing too.

Photo of the Day:

Saturday is the finals for Cliff Diving off the ICA. We caught the competition on Friday and will show more in a separate post. Here is a preview slideshow of the action with Orlando Duque, #1 in the standings. By the way, that diving platform is 93 feet high.

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