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To Know for the Weekend: Caroling with NEMPAC, Christmas Concert, Candlelit Labyrinth Walk

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The Community Calendar has the following scheduled:

Friday, December 16

5:30pm Caroling at the Greenway Carousel with NEMPAC.  Moved indoors to the Boston Public Market. Swing by at 5:30p and help ring in the holiday season with live music, all-ages play opportunities.

6:30pm Boston Tea Party Re-enactment. The 243rd Anniversary Boston Tea Party Reenactment, gather at Old South Meeting House, where the colonists met in 1773, with colonial agitators like John Hancock, Paul Revere — and some crown-loving Loyalists — to debate the tea tax and demand liberty from the British crown!  Tickets Here.

Saturday, December 17

6:00pm St. Leonard Choral Christmas Concert at Sacred Heart. The St. Leonard Choral Society in collaboration with the North End Chamber Orchestra are pleased to announce that the annual Christmas Concert! We are very happy to have the Honors Choir from St. John’s School preparing to sing with us as well this year. Tickets here.

Sunday, December 18

3:00pm LeggiAMO Insieme at I AM Books, 189 North St. The Italian reading club Nati per Leggere of Greater Boston, in cooperation with the BostonBambinoClub and I AM Books, presents LeggiAMO Insieme, Italian story time and play. For children 4-7 and their parents.

5:00pm Candlelit Labryinth Peace Walk at Armenian Heritage Park on the Greenway. Join us for a Holiday Tradition to walk the candlelit labyrinth amidst the glow of lights and the warmth of the season. Then, tie a colorful ribbon with your wish on the Wishing Tree, celebrating an ancient tradition, and enjoy the fellowship of all ages who have come together at the Park. More information.

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Cold Weather Safety Tips

Hoping that everyone stays safe during the cold weather that is expected to join us in the short future. In preparation for this cold weather, the City of Boston public safety agencies put together a comprehensive set of safety tips for the winter season. Read the full article at,

An unlikely Boston connection to Israel’s flag

The blue Star of David, along a white ground is an instantly recognizable symbol of national identity last week in a fraternal hall in Boston’s North End. The Boston Globe has the full story.

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