Community Event Notices

Week Ahead: Check Out These Exciting Neighborhood Events

Another weekend of beautiful weather has come and gone. Stay posted on the neighborhood with some important meetings, history events and even a food fest.

View the details on upcoming events and meetings in the Events Calendar.

Tuesday, October 1

North End Chamber of Commerce Monthly Meeting
3:30pm at St. Leonard’s Hall (enter on Prince St.)
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NEWRA Parks & Open Spaces Committee Meeting
Recurring: 1st Tuesday of the month. Contact for more information.
7:00pm at the Nazzaro Center, 30 N. Bennet St.
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Thursday, October 3

Public Market Meeting
2:00pm at 100 Cambridge St., 2nd Fl
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NE Public Safety Meeting
Attended by Boston Police Area A-1  — Open to the public.
6:30pm at the Nazzaro Center, 30 N. Bennet St. More Information

Saturday, October 5

Tony DeMarco Speaks – Italian Heritage Month

Tony DeMarco Statue - October 20, 2012 - Photo by Matt Conti
Tony DeMarco Statue – October 20, 2012 – Photo by Matt Conti

12:00pm at the NE Library
A talk given by the undisputed welter weight champion, Tony De Marco. Presented for Italian Heritage Month 2013.  Mr. Tony DeMarco is coming to the North End Branch Library on Saturday, Oct 5, 2013 from 12-3. He will show a short documentary about his career, and he will talk about his book, “Nardo, Memoirs of a Boxing Champion.” More Information

Free Photo Sessions for Breat Cancer Patients and Survivors at Savas Studios
12:30pm at 456 Hanover Street
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Paul Revere House – Little River Windsors
1:00pm  – Fred & Priscilla Chellis will demonstrate the art of Windsor Chair making using period appropriate methods and tools. Enjoy a brief rest in one of their beautiful creations while you watch! More Information 

SMILE Mass Amazing Race starts at Coast Guard Station – 4:00pm
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Sunday, October 6

Boston Local Food Fest
3:00pm at the Wharf District Greenway Parks
The Boston Local Food Festival is an outdoor autumn celebration of the many virtues of locally grown and produced food. The most important objective of the Boston Local Food Festival is to increase accessibility and availability of healthy local food for all. Massachusetts eaters of all ages, races, and socioeconomic levels will see, taste, and appreciate the variety of healthy, delicious food choices that local specialty crops and products make available to them in their own back yard. More Information

Blessing of the Animals
3:00pm on the Prado, by the Old North Church and RUFF
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Enjoy The Week!