Three Things to Know for Today
1. Not seeing an event for you? Keep up with the schedule on our community calendar!
9:00am & 10:15am NEMPAC Free Outdoor Music Workshops: Swing Music. NEMPAC offers free interactive music workshops on the Prado led by Lead Instructor and Musician Stefano Marchese. Workshops are 1 hour in duration and will explore basic elements of rhythm, harmony and melody with a special genre focus each week. Geared for kids age 8 under. More at NEMPACBoston.org. [Located on the Prado / Paul Revere Mall]
10:30am Storytelling at Faneuil Hall Marketplace. Join professional storytellers outside at Faneuil Hall Marketplace each Tuesday for interactive tales. Created for younger audiences, but fun for all ages! More information.
6:00pm Eliot School Construction Meeting at 585 Commercial Street. Please take notice of an upcoming community meeting by the City of Boston regarding the schedule and construction progress for the Eliot School. View the event posting.
6:30pm FOCCP Meeting – Friends of Christopher Columbus Park – Mariner’s House. Visit FOCCP.org for more information.
2. Keeping up with the news, take a look at the following clippings:
Green meteor flashes across sky; still no walking carnivorous plants. Take a look at the social media feed of residents who happened to catch the “greenish” meteor go across the North End sky shortly before 11 p.m. on Sunday evening, at UniversalHub.
Nate Swain, Stealth Artist. Catch a glimpse of Nate Swain, a former landscape architect who’s been responsible for guerilla public art around Boston. Only visible at low tide in the Fort Point Channel and the Charles River, two miniature metropolises have been made from scraps of brick and Belgian blocks, read the story and view the work at, Improper Bostonian.
Keep up with what’s happening on the Events Calendar.
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