The upcoming week will host some highly contested meetings in the neighborhood! Besides the meetings, there are plenty of other events to enjoy the neighborhood and get into the fall season.
Tuesday, September 8
6:30pm FOCCP Meeting – Friends of Christopher Columbus Park – Mariner’s House
Located at 11 North Square, Friends of Christopher Columbus Park will host Parks Commissioner Chris Cook as a special guest and will recap FOCCP’s Summer events and discuss upcoming Fall events. Visit FOCCP.org for more information.
7:30pm Chronicle – The North End neighborhood will be featured on the Channel 5 TV show, Chronicle.
Wednesday, September 9
6:00pm Public Meeting: RFPs for Parcel 11A and 128 North St [30 N Bennet St, Boston]
Held at the Nazzaro Community Center, MassDOT will discuss their intent to release requests for proposals (RFPs) on two MassDOT owned properties in the North End of Boston. Separate RFPs will be released for each location: Parcel 11A – Located at the corner of Hanover Street and Cross Street adjacent to Mother Anna’s Restaurant 128 North Street – Known as the Tunnel Administration Building.
6:00pm Movie: Chicken With Plums (2012) at North End Library, 25 Parmenter Street
Since his beloved violin was broken, Nasser Ali Khan, one of the most renowned musicians of his day, has lost all taste for life. Finding no instrument worthy of replacing it, he decides to confine himself to bed to await death. More information on the movie.
6:30pm Friends of the NE Library Meeting
North End Library, 25 Parmenter Street, Boston visit their website for more information.
6:30pm “Troubling their Neighbors” Boston Mobilizes against the Stamp Act *
The Paul Revere House located at 19 N Square, Boston – Just after the conclusion of the French and Indian War, the Parliament of Great Britain passed a series of policies intended to reshape its American empire. Colonial Boston already had a history of antagonistic dealings with imperial officials, and the townspeople reacted violently in response to the Stamp Act of 1765. Paul Revere belonged to a waterfront community that mobilized a strong coalition against the Stamp Act. Professor Benjamin L. Carp of Brooklyn College, CUNY, will illuminate Boston’s waterfront community, describe the actions of its radical coalition, and explain why Revere and his compatriots were so successful. Admission is free, view the event posting.
Thursday, September 10
6:30pm Lewis Wharf Hotel Meeting – North Bennet Street School, 150 North Street
Read details about the proposed project to build a 300-room luxury hotel at Lewis Wharf. Take a look at posts about the Lewis Wharf Project.
7:00pm NEWRA Monthly Meeting – Nazzaro Center, 30 N. Bennet Street
Friday, September 11
11:00am 9/11 Mass. Military Heroes Fund Service Project at Rings Fountain on Greenway
Meet between State Street & Milk Street to join the Massachusetts Military Heroes Fund 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. More event information.
Saturday, September 12
10:00am Dogs on the Greenway at North End Park
Lasting until 1:00pm, TD Bank has sponsored a Carnival of Dogs, complete with dog caricatures, human & dog treats, a doggy kissing booth, a visit from the MSPCA, and more! Swing by and have some fun on the Greenway!
12:00pm ParkArts Watercolor Workshop at Christopher Columbus Park
These hands-on watercolor painting workshops enable participants to create their own greenspace-insp
1:00pm The Paul Revere House: Royal Irish Artillery [19 N Square, Boston]
Fred Lawson, founder of the reenacting troop brings sample artillery tools copied exactly from period originals. The Royal Irish Artillery fought against Paul Revere at the Siege of Castine in Penobscot Bay. View the event posting.
Sunday, September 13
Rosh Hashanah begins
10:00am TONE Bocce Tournament at Langone Park
The Taste of the North End will host their annual Bocce Tournament at the Langone Bocce Courts to raise funds for scholarships and the North End community. Submit the 2015 bocce application to participate, view the event post for additional information.
11:00am Harvest Picnic at Boston Public Market
Harvest Picnic on the Rose Kennedy Greenway will welcome the fall foods of New England. Shop the indoor Market for picnic-friendly specials and bring them out to the Rose Kennedy Greenway, just outside the Market, where you’ll find picnic blankets, games, music and more. Additional information here.
1:00pm Santa Rosalia Procession at North Square
The procession is set to start from North Square at 1:00 p.m., visit St. Rosalia’s Procession – Facebook Page.
Take a look at our events page, updated daily for your convenience!