Community Daily Briefs

Tuesday’s 3 Things & Photo: North End View, Public Sunscreen, Beer in New England!

Bob Somerville
Bob Somerville captured this photo of a Boston Harbor sunset.

Today is June 7th, Here are Three Things to Know Today:

1. The events below are scheduled on the Community Calendar:

6:00pm Crafty Bastards: Beer in New England at Otis House
Join former brewer and drinks journalist Lauren Clark as she presents an illustrated lecture on the history of beer brewing in New England. Crafty Bastards: Beer in New England from the Mayflower to Modern Day explores how the region that defined Yankee ingenuity has a beer heritage in keeping with its character. The cost is $15 per person ($10 for Historic New England members). Participants must be over 21 years old and advance registration is required. Located at 141 Cambridge Street, visit for more information.

6:00pm 100 Legends Way Abutters Meeting
Petitioner seeking proposed retrofit and reduction in size of the existing 35’ X 150’ static billboard to a 25’ X 120’ digital display marquee to be used for on premise arena information purposes and the installation of a 25’ X 48’ digital billboard. Meeting will take place on site at 100 Legends Way, Boston.

2. Sunscreen season is back, be sure to look out for the FREE sunscreen offered at 200 spots around Boston, New England. Offering sun screen for free, The Melanoma Foundation of New England and the Boston Parks and Recreation Department are teaming up for a second summer to place sun screen dispensers in public places around Boston. Looking to help people protect themselves, places like Christopher Columbus Park in the North End will have a dispenser. View the article at, New Boston Post.

3. This Instagram post shows the North End from above Government Center:

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

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