Three Things to Know for Wednesday, October 26th!
1. Keeping us on schedule, the community calendar has the following for today:
6:00pm Open House for Friends of the North End Library at 25 Parmenter Street. The community is invited to join us for an evening of light refreshments, volunteer opportunities and membership information. The Friends’ fundraising supports a wide range of extra supplies and events at our local library. Volunteer — Keep It Local! More information.
7:00pm Italian Heritage Month Film “In the Name of the Pope King” (1977). In 1867, with Garibaldi’s forces close to bringing Rome into the Italian kingdom, Monsignor Colombo da Priverno, a world-weary judge on the papal court, wants to resign, disgusted by the violence to which the papacy resorts to hold secular power. Rated: R, 1h45m. [West End Museum, 150 Staniford Street]. Register for this free event, view more information.
2. Pumpkin painting on the Prado! (Tag northend.waterfront on Instagram to have your photos featured)
3. Notable News:
Noise is part of living in the city, but when does the noise become a health concern? A Harvard Health student measured noise levels at 400 locations in Boston, concluding that the noisiest neighborhoods are Chinatown, the North End, and Dorchester. Read the full article and more on the report at, The Boston Globe.
Read this blog post about two women visiting Boston’s North End for a lobster roll, or two. Stopping in at Neptune Oyster, they were expecting a superior lobster roll and that is what they got, trying both the “cold with mayo” and the “warm with butter,” read the full post at, 2girlswhotravel.
Keep up with what’s happening on the Events Calendar.
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