Event Notices

This Week’s Events Bring a Little Bit of Everything

This week is a work week like none other – the Red Sox will start their World Series journey against the St. Louis Cardinals. Some of us might feel like garbage on Monday, but Tuesday is the day of garbage with a big meeting at City Hall to talk about Residential Trash Contracts. Also, a couple of cool Halloween events coming up this week. Be sure to catch all of the action right here at NorthEndWaterfront.com!

Photo by Matt Conti
Photo by Matt Conti

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Red Sox World Series Game Schedule this week:

Wednesday at Fenway Park – 7:30pm
Thursday at Fenway Park – 7:30pm
Saturday @ St. Louis – 7:30pm
Sunday @ St. Louis – 8:00pm

Tuesday, October 22

6:00pm Residential Trash Contract Informational Meeting at Boston City Hall
5th Floor, Piemonte Room  Click Here to Read Post

7:00pm Notte Rose at Gennaro’s 5 North Square for Sounds of Italy
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Wednesday, October 23

3:00pm Downtown Waterfront Municipal Harbor Planning Advisory Commitee Meeting at City Hall, 9th Floor BRA Board Room
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6:30pm Sacco and Vanzetti Collection at the BPL – A Short Talk – NE Library
Kimberly Reynolds Curator of Manuscripts will give a short talk about the Sacco and Vanzetti collection at the Boston Public Library. Ms. Reynolds will also show attendees how to access many of the documents in the collection that have been digitized from the collection through the Internet.

Thursday, October 24

8:00am Vaccine Drop-In at NEW Health 332 Hanover St
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10:30am Hands on Braille Storytime for Kids – NE Library
October is Blindness Awareness Month… celebrate with this unique story time that can be enjoyed by both sighted and blind children. Hosted by the National Braille Press. For those ages 3 – 5 accompanied by a caregiver. No sign up necessary

12:30pm City Hall to Go Truck at 480 Commercial St./Mirabella Pool
The “City Hall to Go” truck will be making the rounds in the North End on the fourth Thursday of the month, starting on July 25, 2013. At 12:30 pm, the truck will be across from 480 Commercial Street next to the front of the Mirabella Pool entrance.
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5:30pm Marty Walsh Fundraiser at The Living Room, 101 Atlantic Ave.

6:00pm Vaccine Drop-in at NEW Health 332 Hanover St
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6:30pm Halloween Exhibit Tour of The Parkman – Webster Murder Case at West End Museum 150 Staniford St
The tour will be led by exhibit curator Duane Lucia as he tells the gruesome tale of the disappearance of Dr. George Parkman on the afternoon of November 23, 1849. A city-wide search led authorities back to the last place the doctor had been seen, the Medical College on North Grove Street in the West End. There they found dismembered body parts, a grave robbing janitor and the mild mannered Harvard professor, Dr. John White Webster.

Friday, October 25

7:00pm Halloween Party and Dinner Dance at Filippo’s Ristorante 283 Causeway St
Filippo’s Restaurant, 283 Causeway St, Boston’s North End
Live Music, Great food, Costume Contest, Great folks.
Seats are a mere $40/each – this year’s event is TRULY a FUN-raiser.

Saturday, October 26

10:30am “St. Francis of Assissi As The Sun Upon The World” – Lecture by Luisa Marino at North End Library
Lecture and Power Point presentation by Luisa Marino, Vice President of Cultural Affairs, Dante Alighieri Society of Massachusetts. “St. Francis of Assissi As The Sun Upon The World” from Dante Aligiheri’s “Divine Comedy” Paradiso Canto XI-49-5. Coffee and Biscotti.

11:00am Made-up Matinee at Improv Asylum, 216 Hanover St.
Lightning-fast and fun for all ages, The Made-Up Matinee is a fully-improvised show that incorporates kids and parents alike with family-friendly comedy. We know it’s early, so we’ll be supplying coffee and mimosas for adults and virgin mocktails for little ones to get everyone ready for the fun! Click Here for Tickets

1:00pm Halloween Party and Parade at Madonna Della Cava Club Battery St
Dress up your little ones and big ones for a march around the streets of the North End followed by a party on Battery St. with bouncy houses, a raffle for prizes every child has a chance to win, balloons and CANDY bags for each child. Click Here to Read Post

1:00pm Italian Heritage Performance- Scott Boni
Scott Boni, our favorite Jazz Saxophonist, performs an Italian themed concert to celebrate Italian heritage month at the library.

7:00pm OctoberFesta-NEMPAC Fundraiser
What? OktoberFesta When? Saturday, October 26th
Where? Fisherman’s Club, corner of Fulton and Lewis Street, North End
What Time? 7PM-11PM Who? Friends and Supporters of NEMPAC and everyone else
Why? To have a good time, celebrate ‘OktoberFesta, and support a great organization-NEMPAC
How much? $40 per person. Includes a light dinner. Cash bar.

Sunday, October 27

1:00pm NEAD / Improv Asylum Back to School Party at Improv Asylum, Hanover St
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 Have a great week!