Event Notices

Events: NEAD Dinner/Talk, Gov’t Center & Garden Garage Meetings, Charlotte’s Web, Italian Heritage Talk, Tree Lighting

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Here are local events to help you get through the week!

Monday, November 16

6:00pm NEAD Family Dinner/Talk at Nazzaro Center
We will have a nice Italian meal with macaroni, meatballs, salad, bread & Butter, a soft drink and light dessert. Our guest speaker will be Maryanne Frangules – MOAR (Massachusetts Organization for Addiction Recover) Executive Director. The talk will be about the dangers of drugs, the topic and manner presented will be appropriate for all ages.

6:30pm Government Center Garage IAG Meeting at Boston City Hall
This meeting allows the Impact Advisory Group (IAG) to view and make comments on the designs of phase one (residential tower) and two (office tower) of the proposal. This is strictly a design review process, as there have been no material changes to the approved PDA.

Tuesday, November 17

6:30pm Garden Garage Public Meeting at Mass Eye and Ear
This meeting is regarding Equity Residential’s 10/06/2015 Notice of Project Change. The NPC Project is envisioned as a single residential building located on the site of the existing parking garage. The current scheme, a 44-story structure, is approximately 447 feet tall and will provide a total of include approximately 517,700 square feet of residential space and approximately 470 units.

7:00pm RUFF Monthly Meeting at Nazzaro Center
RUFF will be discussing plans for the winter and possible solutions for the park and the snow. If you have ideas or would like to be part of the conversation please join us.

Wednesday, November 18

9:00am Eliot School Open House
Eliot School (BPS) Preview Time The Eliot K-8 Innovation School (Upper and Lower campuses) will host an open house. Thank you in advance for helping spread the good news about the best public school in the city!

6:30pm Library Talk with Michele Topor [North End Branch Library, 25 Parmenter Street]
Michele Topor, Boston Food Tours, will talk about how the rediscovery of the Italian Heritage can be the secret to a better lifestyle. All are welcome!

Thursday, November 19

5:00pm Chess with a Grandmaster at Faneuil Hall Marketplace
Do you consider yourself a decent chess player? If so, come prove your skills against a chess Grandmaster. On the third Tuesday of each month, Larry Christiansen of the Boylston Chess Club will play 25 games simultaneously. Head over to the Games Area of The Lounge in South Market (between Cheers and Café Pulse) beginning at 5pm. This event is first come first serve, so be sure to arrive early to play!

5:30pm NEMPAC Music Theatre Troupe, Charlotte’s Web the Musical
[Also on Saturday, November 21st at 7:00pm] Located at the Boston Harbor Community Church, 9 Salutation Street, Boston.

Friday, November 20

6:00am “Live by Night” Movie Filming at Prince and Margaret Streets
“Live By Night,” a new Ben Affleck film, will shoot scenes in Boston’s North End, around the area of Margaret and Prince Streets. Taking place during the 1920’s Prohibition Era, “Live By Night” is a crime drama based on the Dennis Lehane book. To establish the period, street infrastructure (lights, signs, cars, etc.) will be retrofitted early in the week with filming on Friday, November 20th and possibly into Saturday. View the event post.

10:00am North Bennet Street School Open House [Also on Saturday, November 21st]
See demonstrations by faculty and students throughout the day. Visit our store to find one-of-a-kind work by students and alumni. Find out more about our full-time programs and Continuing Education courses. RSVP for a chance to win a $200 gift certificate.  Go to www.nbss.edu/openhouse for details, directions and to RSVP.

Saturday, November 21

7:00pm Faneuil Hall Tree Lighting at Faneuil Hall Marketplace
The “Faneuil Hall Tree Lighting Spectacular” will be co-hosted by WBZ-TV News anchors Lisa Hughes and David Wade. The program will feature holiday musical performances by Maestro Keith Lockhart and a performance of The Nutcracker by the Boston Ballet. Mayor Martin J. Walsh will be joined by Governor Charlie Baker to help “flip the switch” to light the nearly 80-foot holiday tree

Take a look at our events page, updated daily for your convenience!