Event Notices

Events: Easter Week, Abutters Meetings, RUFF Fundraiser, Carousel Opens, Egg Hunts and More!

Events (18)

Take a look at the scheduled events for this week, and always be sure to check our community calendar at your convenience!

Monday, March 21

Government Center T Station Re-Opens

6:00pm Urban Cantina Abutters Meeting 74-76 Salem Street
Applicant seeking to transfer the existing CV 7-Day Malt & Wine Beverages with Cordials License from the Urban Cantina Inc. to a new business at the same location. Closing hour to remain 12:00am.

6:00pm 10 Fleet St. Nail Salon Proposed Abutters Meeting
10-12 Fleet Street, applicant proposing a change of occupancy from existing retail space to a Nail Salon.

Tuesday, March 22

6:30pm RUFF Night Out at Vinoteca di Monica, 134 Richmond Street
March 22nd – RUFF Night out at Vinoteca di Monica – 6:30pm-9pm, 134 Richmond Street – A night of fundraising for our dream park and our dogs! Come have fun with other dog lovers while enjoying fantastic food and wine. Stay tuned for raffle sneak peaks! Tickets here.

7:00pm Zoning, Licensing & Construction (NEWRA) Meeting at Mariner’s House, 2nd Floor
NEWRA ZLC committee will be hosting their monthly meeting at the Mariner’s House, Visit zlc.newra.org for more information.

Wednesday, March 23

3:00pm Waterfront Planning Meeting at City Hall, 5th Floor, Piemonte Room
Covering process updates, recommended substitutions for Marriot Long Wharf, Harbor Garage and Hook Lobster, and review of Public Realm and Watersheet Activation Plan. Read more at the BRA Webpage.

6:30pm Old North Speaker Series: Peter Vanderwarker [Old North Church, 193 Salem Street]
Cataclysmic Boston: The Nature of Urban Change: Boston, a historic city with an extremely unique built environment, is again trying to reinvent itself without self-destruction. Beloved architectural photographer Peter Vanderwarker will examine this phenomenon, with extensive reference to maps and his award-winning photographs. Please join us for a reception and conversation with the speaker after the lecture. More information.

6:30pm Public Alley 101 Pre-Construction Meeting at Nazzaro Center
The Boston Public Works Department is planning to resurface the roadway of Public Alley 101, from Cross to Richmond Streets. Some existing conditions within the alley that require discussion with the alley neighbors, such as the ground level planting boxes. Scope of work, projected construction date, temporary parking restrictions and contact information will be covered at the meeting, view the post.

6:30pm West End Dinner Club [Boston Public Market, 100 Hanover Street]
Spice up your dining experience with the West End Dinner Club! Explore Boston’s best restaurants, try delicious new dishes, and enjoy a fun night out with friends! More information.

Thursday, March 24

Big Apple Circus Opens at City Hall Plaza
Returning to City Hall Plaza for the company’s 38th season with the Boston Premiere of The Grand Tour! Tickets start at $25, and the show runs from March 24 to May 8 under the Big Top at City Hall Plaza in Boston, MA. Purchase tickets or for more information, use promo code BIGAPPLE to save up to $25.*

4:00pm Getting Started with Android Smartphones at North End Branch Library, 25 Parmenter Street
The AARP (American Association of Retired People) Tek program will help you make the most of your mobile devices. Devices will not be provided, so please bring your Android smartphone. This event is free, register online,

Friday, March 25 – Good Friday

10:30am Neighborhood Egg Hunt at Christopher Columbus Park
No early hunters please, meet in the tot lot of Christopher Columbus Park. Bring a bag or basket, if your older child (9 and up) is interested in helping hide eggs, let me know. Hiders are sent out just before hunters. Lots of eggs are held back for those who aren’t up for a stampede early on a Friday. The event is free and all are welcome.

11:00am Greenway Carousel Opens for the Season
In one of the true signs of spring, the Greenway Carousel at the Tiffany & Co Foundation Grove reopens for the 2016 season! The Carousel will be open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays until April 15th when it’ll open 7 days a week for the season! The cost for a Carousel ride remains $3/ride! View more information.

7:00pm Book presentation/signing: Mario Pirovano, “Francis the Holy Jester”  [189 North Street]
I AM Books will host Mario Pirovano (Milan, 20 April 1950) an Italian theatrical actor, storyteller, translator and interpreter of Dario Fo’s monologues, he will present a new English version of his book, “Francis the Holy Jester.”

Saturday, March 26

10:00am NEAD – Annual Easter Party [The Nazzaro Center, 30 N Bennet Street]
Take a photo with Peter Rabbit, color Easter Eggs, do an Easter themed craft, have a balloon character made just for you. Children of all ages are welcome, parents must accompany their children at all times. Photos, Egg Coloring and Crafts will be from 10am to 11am ONLY, followed by a puppet show at 11am. There will also be Easter Candy and goodies for all the children.

10:30am I Piccoli Lettori: Italian children’s reading [I AM Books, 189 North Street]
Join I AM Books for its Italian reading group for little ones! Children (0-4) and their parents will engage in multiple readings and games for a fun morning of Italian language and learning.

Sunday, March 27 – Happy Easter!

View the 2016 Holy Week and Easter Sunday Schedule at North End Churches 

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