Community Daily Briefs

3 Things & Photo Monday: Solitude, DiMasi Support, Scholarship Night, Cannoli Punch?

"Solitude" When will our community be this quiet again? Bob Somerville. from the repaving of the Union Wharf parking lot.
When will our community be this quiet again? Submitted by Bob Somerville. noting the “solitude” after the repaving of the Union Wharf parking lot.

Three Things to Know Today for June 6th

1. Hitting the ground running! It is a busy Monday of events in the North End:

1:30pm Life Reimagined Workshop for Seniors at West End Library
Life Reimagined – This AARP workshop is designed to help Seniors find meaning and purpose in the second half of their lives. To register call 1-866-448-3621 or email Kara Cohen at kcohen@aarp.org. [151 Cambridge St, Boston]

6:00pm 1 Canal St Abutters Meeting at 1 Canal Street
The petitioner seeking a C.V. 7 Day All Alcohol License, Farmer Winery License, and Live Entertainment License.

6:00pm Free Zumba Class at Christopher Columbus Park
Boston Public Health Commission, the Boston Parks & Recreation Department and Blue Cross Blue Shield MA are partnering to provide the Boston Parks Summer Fitness Series – FREE fitness programming in Boston Parks this summer. The Fitness Series will activate Boston parks while increasing opportunities for physical activity across Boston’s neighborhoods.

6:00pm NEAD Scholarship Awards at Nazzaro Center
North End Against Drugs will be having our Annual Raymond and Michelina Costa Scholarship Program. Winners or an adult family member must be present at the time of drawing. Monetary awards are given to students who attend tuition based schools and gift cards for school supplies are given out to students who attend public schools.

6:30pm NEMPAC Board Meeting (North End Music and Performing Arts Center)
Located at the Mariners House, 11 N Square, Boston, visit www.nempacboston.org for more information.

2. Clips from the news: Matt Stout: Speaking up for DimasiThe quest for a “compassionate release” of former state House Speaker Salvatore F. DiMasi has been quietly gaining steam, with Speaker of the House Robert A. 
DeLeo and Senate President Stanley C. Rosenberg both supporting DiMasi’s release. Currently serving an eight-year sentence, the 70 years old former speaker is currently battling dual bouts of cancer, read the full article at, The Boston Herald.

3. Social Media highlight: I know cannoli’s are serious business, but really?

Keep up with what’s happening on the Events Calendar.

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