Community Daily Briefs

Monday’s 3 Things & Photo: Greenough Lane, Haymarket’s Future, Tournament Champs!

"The colors in Greenough Lane, those roses are just beautiful," photo by Frankie Boyer.
“The colors in Greenough Lane, those roses are just beautiful,” photo by Frankie Boyer.

Three Things to Know Today:

1. Today’s events, brought to you by the community calendar:

9:00am NEMPAC Musical Playground Program Begins!  More info email, Located at 9 Hull St, Boston, view more information. 

2:00pm Museum of Science at West End Library. Museum of Science: Science Magic, explore the science behind some classic magic tricks while performing amazing experiments.

6:00pm North 2 South Baseball Classic at Langone Park.  There will be two 7-inning games, one in each neighborhood for the 12 and under age division. The North End game will be played at Langone Park on Commercial Street, offering food and refreshments. More information.

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.

6:30pm Greenway’s Summer Fitness: MSL Pilates on Parcel 8. As part of the Greenway’s North End Summer Fitness Schedule: Ali Baldassare from Move SWEAT Love with Ali will lead you through her signature Pilates Fusion Bootcamp class with spin live beats to keep you energized, moving & motivated! View more information.

2. Must reads from the weekend news: Why are all the trees outside Haymarket dead? With all sorts of rhymes and reasons for the tress outside Haymarket looking like they need immediate help, Reddit has the local buzz to draw the conclusions!

Haymarket’s last stand. Boston’s Haymarket has been a historic area for vendors to offer up food and produce at a low price, but with the bursting Boston Public Market going full steam ahead and the five-story hotel coming to Parcel 9, can the historic Haymarket Pushcart vendors survive the competitive climate? The Boston Globe has the full story.

3. Social Media clipping via InstagramThe North End hockey tournament champions, “Undefeated. 4-0. Handled everyone along the way. Came with intention to win it all and did that. Can’t say how proud I am of these guys. “Anthony Wrinkles Tournament” Champs baby. See you next year for the repeat.

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

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