09.28.2014

Take a look at the scheduled events for this Monday through Sunday!

Monday, February 29

6:00pm NEAD – Family Dinner/Family Talk [30 N Bennet St, Boston]
This is the first Family Dinner/Family Talk of 2016. We will have a wonderful Italian family dinner, followed by an educational talk that is appropriate for all ages. This is a Family event, so all children must be accompanied by an adult family member. Space is limited so please send John Romano an e-mail at jromano45@gmail.com or see Laurie at the Nazzaro Center to sign up. This event is free.

Tuesday, March 1

NEMPAC Spring Registration Opens!
Spring Registration for Children’s Classes and our Early Childhood Music Program. Deadline is Wednesday, March 25th, register here.

Street Sweeping Begins
The Boston Public Works Department will resume regularly posted street sweeping on March 1st in the North End, South End and Beacon Hill. Starting March 1st, violators who do not move their cars during street sweeping hours will be subject to a $40 ticket and towing. View the events post.

9:00am West End Playgroup
Located at 1 Congress Street, drop-in to let kids play and adults chat with one another, toys are provided, just bring the kids!

7:00pm Parks Committee (NEWRA) Meeting at Mariner’s House, 11 North Square
Join the NEWRA Parks Committee in looking out for our neighborhood parks! Meets monthly on the first Tuesday of the month at the Mariner’s House, Read more information at NEWRA.org.

Thursday, March 3

10:30am Youth Movers & Shakers Class [West End Community Center, 1 Congress Street, Boston] Hosted by Boston Community Collaborative at the West End Community Center Class includes music, dancing, whole body movement, and fun! For babies and toddlers with caregiver. Significant sibling discount offered, inquire if applies. RSVP by emailing centernews@westendcommunitycenter.com read more information.

6:00pm Candidates’ Forum for State Senate Seat at Pilot House, 2 Atlantic Ave
Candidates Joseph Boncore, Lydia Edwards, Diana Hwang, Jay Livingstone, and Dan Rizzo will meet North End neighbors and Save Our North End Waterfront organizers for a discussion of waterfront development in the neighborhood, including the proposed Lewis Wharf hotel. View the events post.

6:00pm Finance Beanpot at Steriti Rink [Steriti Rink, 561 Commercial Street, Boston] The 2nd annual “Finance Beanpot” hockey tournament at the Steriti Rink in the North End! Four local competing finance firms – Natixis Global Asset Management, Eaton Vance, MFS and Putnam – will again face off in the name of charity. The firms are again competing to raise the most donations for the Massachusetts Soldiers Legacy Fund.

6:00pm NE Public Safety Meeting – Nazzaro Center, 30 N. Bennet Street
These meetings are open to the public and attended by Boston Police Area A-1.

Saturday, March 5

Boston Massacre Anniversary [Old State House, Washington Street, Boston]
Journey back to that cold wintry night of March 5, 1770, when a confrontation between British soldiers and an angry mob turned deadly. Visit the actual place outside the Old State House where the Massacre occurred, and experience the people and events that sparked a revolution. Read about the Boston Massacre.

10:00am Ward 3 Democratic Caucus [Nazzaro Community Center, 30 N Bennet St, Boston] Registered Democrats in Ward 3 of Boston will hold a caucus to elect delegates to the 2016 Massachusetts Democratic Convention. Registration will begin at 9:30 AM, the caucus is open to all registered Democrats in Ward Three. For caucus information please contact Ward Chairman Jason A. Aluia at WardThreeDem@gmail.com.

3:30pm Book presentation and signing: Orla’s Canvas, by Mary Donnarumma Sharnick [I AM Books, 189 North St, Boston] Narrated by eleven-year-old Orla Gwen Gleason, Orla’s Canvas opens on Easter Sunday, in St. Suplice, Louisiana, a “misspelled town” north of New Orleans, and traces Orla’s dawning realization that all is not as it seems in her personal life or in the life of her community. The death of St. Suplice’s doyenne, Mrs. Bellefleur Dubois Castleberry, for whom Orla’s mother keeps house, reveals Orla’s true paternity, shatters her trust in her beloved mother, and exposes her to the harsh realities of class and race in the Civil Rights-era South. 

Sunday, March 6

3:00pm NEMPAC Shakespeare Workshop, Richard II Cafe Paradiso, Hanover Street North End
*Shakespeare Workshop with Doug Bowen-Flynn at Cafe Paradiso! What does it mean to be a king? Does a bad monarch still retain the right to rule? Who is entitled to dethrone him? What are the consequences to the people? What are the long-term implications of misrule and political upheaval? All of these issues, as relevant today as they were four hundred years ago.

Remember, our events page is updated daily for your convenience!

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