Today is Thursday, July 14th – Here are Three Things you Should Know!
1. Courtesy of the community calendar, take a look at today’s events planned in the neighborhood:
6:00pm NEMPAC Summer Concert Series on the Waterfront: Swing Favorites in the Park: Eight to the Bar. More information.
6:00pm Restorative Yoga at Christopher Columbus Park: Restorative Yoga: Sponsored by One Medical and Friends of Christopher Columbus Park, the theme of the classes is Relax, Restore and Recharge. “The beauty of this class is that it can be taken by anyone even without prior yoga experience,” says instructor Barbara Dummermuth of Laughing Buddha Boston. Participants need to wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat, blanket or towel and an open mind.
6:30pm Book Talk: Get Lit After Work at Faneuil Hall Marketplace: Boston Literary District launches “Get Lit After Work,” a pop-up literary garden in front of the Cheers bar in the Faneuil Hall Marketplace with Kate Bolick, author of the New York Times bestseller, SPINSTER: MAKING A LIFE OF ONE’S OWN. This talk is free and open to the public and will be followed by a book signing.
7:00pm NEWRA Monthly Meeting – Nazzaro Center, 30 N. Bennet Street: The North End / Waterfront Residents’ Association (NEWRA) will hold their monthly membership meeting, view the agenda. Meetings are open, and all are welcome!
2. Notable News Found Elsewhere
That Yacht Docked in Boston Isn’t Mark Cuban’s, You Guys. Pointing clarification for the owner of the mysterious Yacht that has been docked on the waterfront, after further review the Yacht does not belong to Mark Cuban! The story was originally started by NorthEndWaterfront.com, read the update at, Boston Magazine.
The road to fear-free biking in Boston. After an innovation study tour through Northern Europe. no one looked like a Boston bicyclist, suited up for commuter battle. Mainly because the Danish take their cycling easy, with relaxed, stress-free city cycling.What has been a long time coming, the North End will be getting first cycle track in Boston, maybe adding to the ease of cycling in Boston, continue reading at, The Boston Globe.
3. Throwback Thursday
One year ago today, NorthEndWaterfront.com was reporting on the permanent bike lane planned for Cross and North Washington Streets, Susan Hanson was named President of the West End Museum, and a Downtown View column of Immigrants from the 1850’s.
Keep up with what’s happening on the Events Calendar.
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