The events post brings you an organized list of community happenings for the week ahead. Check out some local meetings, events, and community happenings. Summer in the North End is flying by, be sure to take advantage of some great neighborhood events.
Monday, September 8
NEMPAC Private Music Instruction Fall Session Begins
Have you always wanted to take a private music lesson? Now is the time! Join NEMPAC for guitar, voice, piano, trumpet, violin, percussion lessons and more this fall! Visit NEMPAC Boston for more information.
7:00pm NEWNC Monthly Meeting – Nazzaro Center, 30 N. Bennet St.
The meeting agenda is set to hear from the Waterfront Cafe, Monica’s Trattoria, Etc Juicery, and Miguel Gómez-Ibáñez, President of the North Bennett Street School. Visit newncboston.org for more information, contact info@newncbosto
Tuesday, September 9
Visit the Election Department Website for information regarding locations where registrations can be found, download a Voter Registration Card, or search to verify your Voter Status. For additional questions regarding your Voter Status please contact the Election Department at 617. 635.3767 or visit City Hall.
6:00pm Park’d on the Greenway at the Carousel
What’s park’d? A way to play, make art, have beverages and great food, and enjoy live music with friends and neighbors outdoors on the Greenway. Throw in a theme – like the 80s – and it’s just good, clean fun! $30 advance tickets, $35 at the door. Tickets are limited, so please purchase them now! 21 and older please. Rain date: Wednesday, September 10th.
6:30pm FOCCP Meeting – Friends of Christopher Columbus Park – Mariner’s House 11 North Square
The monthly meeting for the Friends of Christopher Columbus Park. Visit FOCCP.org for additional information.
Wednesday, September 10
6:00pm North End Architectural Walking Tour – Starts at North Square
Join the North End Historical Society for an early evening walking tour of Boston’s historic North End Neighborhood led by Joe Cornish, Supervising Preservation Services Manager at Historic New England. Explore the architecture of Boston’s oldest neighborhood, including features of its many building types.
6:00pm Six Simple Steps to Clear the Money Clutter at North End Library
Teens, young adults, adults, college students: Are you stepping on money? Six simple steps you can take to clear the money clutter and put money in your pocket right now. Learn to keep your hard earned money, not let money slip through your fingers, spend less time keeping track of your money and more time on your business and your family. More information
6:30pm Friends of the NE Library Meeting
Friends of the North End Library will be hosting their monthly meeting at the North End Library, 25 Parmenter Street, Boston.
6:30pm Talk: A People’s History of the New Boston With Jim Vrabel [The West End Museum
150 Staniford Street, Boston] Although Boston today is a vibrant and thriving city, it was anything but that in the years following World War II. By 1950 it had lost a quarter of its tax base over the previous twenty-five years, and during the 1950s it would lose residents faster than any other major city in the country. Hear from Jim Vrabel, author of When in Boston: A Time Line & Almanac and Homage to Henry: A Dramatization of John Berryman’s “The Dream Songs.”
6:30pm Seat of Empire: Refurnishing Boston’s Historic Council Chamber
[Old South Meeting House: 310 Washington Street, at the corner of Milk Street, in downtown Boston] Paul Revere House: The Council Chamber in Boston’s Town House (now the Old State House), where the Royal Governor of Massachusetts met with members of his Council, was once an important administrative center for the British Empire in North America.
Thursday, September 11
11:00am – 2:00pm 9/11 Service Project by Mass. Military Heroes Fund
The Massachusetts Military Heroes Fund invites you to take part in a care package service project to support active duty service members and veterans, as well as a pledge drive to support local Gold Star & Survivor (bereaved) military families. This event, to be held at the Mother’s Walk on the Rose Kennedy Greenway in Boston (between State St. and Milk St.), will offer you the opportunity to give back to our community in a positive way on September 11th.
7:00pm NEWRA Monthly Meeting – Nazzaro Center, 30 N. Bennet St.
See this month’s agenda. Items include the North Bennet Street School, the expanded Bottle Bill and Animal Control. See www.newra.org for updates.
Friday, September 12
Beatles Weekend at the West End Museum [September 12th, 13th, and 14th] [150 Staniford Street, Boston] September 2014 marks 50 years since the Beatles descended upon Boston during the group’s first US tour. The Fab Four performed their only concert at the Boston Garden as part of the tour, which sparked the British Invasion and Beatlemania, setting fire to a musical love affair that endures to this day. The West End Museum will host The Beatles Invade Boston: 50th Anniversary Celebration, a full weekend of events commemorating the momentous occasion.
Saturday, September 13
12:00pm PartARTS Watercolor Painting Workshop at Christopher Columbus Park
The 18th annual ParkARTS program is sponsored by Holly and David Bruce. These hands-on watercolor painting workshops enable participants to create their own greenspace-insp
12:00pm Songs of Liberty @ Old North Church
Songs of Liberty Performance: Island Hills Chorus Join us for a free concert featuring the lively and energetic Island Hills Chorus, a group of 50 female singers from Long Island, NY. They will perform an a cappella patriotic medley you won’t want to miss! This chorus has performed at Radio City Music Hall, Madison Square Garden, and Carnegie Hall, in addition to being invited to audition for “America’s Got Talent.” More information
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