Fenway opens the doors this week, spring must be here! Take a look at the planned events leading up to Patriot’s Day weekend:
Monday, April 11
7:00pm NEWNC Monthly Meeting – Nazzaro Center, 30 N. Bennet Street
In addition to the usual NEWNC meeting updates, hear from Boston Transportation Department Commissioner Gina Fiandaca, Greenway updates from Chief of Staff Michael Nichols, 2 Snelling Place, 10-12 Fleet Street, 3 Stillman Place, view the agenda.
Tuesday, April 12
Primary Special Election for State Senate
Primary for the First Suffolk District, more on the candidates and full coverage.
6:30pm FOCCP Meeting – Friends of Christopher Columbus Park – Mariner’s House
Located at 11 North Square, go to FOCCP.org for more information.
Wednesday, April 13
12:00pm “The Truth” on Greenway North End Parks
A unique partnership between development firm Samuels & Associates, arts organization GT Public, and the Rose Kennedy Greenway is bringing a dynamic contemporary public art installation to Boston. In Search of the Truth (The Truth Booth) is a portable inflatable booth that invites members of the public to complete the statement “The truth is…” from their own perspectives.
3:00pm Waterfront Planning Meeting at City Hall, 5th Fl., Piemonte Room
This Downtown Waterfront Municipal Harbor Planning Advisory Committee meeting will cover process updates, discuss the MHP Offsets, review the RKG Associates Report on MHP Offsets, visit the BRA Webpage for more.
6:30pm Friends of the NE Library Meeting
This monthly meeting is held at the North End Library, located at 25 Parmenter Street, Boston.
Thursday, April 14
Friday, April 15
One Boston Day
Mayor Martin J. Walsh has declared “One Boston Day,” a new tradition to honor the resiliency, generosity and strength of the City of Boston on April 15. The day will be an opportunity to recognize the good in our community and reflect on the spirit of grace and resilience of the people of Boston that was exemplified in the response to the loss and the tragedies of April 15, 2013. The City of Boston has launched onebostonday.or
Saturday, April 16
5:00pm My Father’s Daughter, From Rome to Sicily – Author talk and book signing [I AM Books, 189 North Street]
Gilda Morina Syverson, artist, poet, writer and teacher, was born and raised in a large, Italian-American family in Syracuse, New York. Her heritage is the impetus for her memoir My Father’s Daughter, from Rome to Sicily.
7:00pm Walter Valeri: A Piedi Nudi – Allegro Concert Series [I AM Books, 189 North Street]
A PIEDI NUDI (Bear feet), by Walter Valeri, with David Gullette (vocals), Alexandra Stoica (violin) and Nikole Stoica (violin).
Valeri is a published poet, playwright and scholar.
Sunday, April 17
3:00pm LeggiAMO Insieme – Italian children’s book reading [I AM Books, 189 North Street]
The Italian reading club Nati per Leggere of Greater Boston, in cooperation with the BostonBambinoClub and I AM Books, presents LeggiAMO Insieme, Italian story time and play. For children 4-7 and their parents.
7:30pm 241st Lantern Ceremony at Old North
On April 18, 1775, two lanterns were hung from the steeple of the Old North Church, launching what would become the American Revolutionary War. Signaling the departure of British regulars “by sea,” the two lanterns have come to represent the resolve and ingenuity of the American spirit. Every year since 1875, on the eve of Patriot’s Day, Old North has commemorated the hanging of the lanterns by inviting guests to join a prominent member of the community at the Lantern Ceremony. This year, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker will deliver the keynote address. View the event posting.
Remember, our events page is always at your fingertips!