Community Daily Briefs

Monday: Imagine Boston 2030, Ice Skating, Seven Fishes, Snow Photos!

Things to Know Today for Monday, December 18, 2016:

A Slow Holiday Week on the Community Calendar!

Monday, December 19

6:30pm POSTPONED – 115 Winthrop Square Public Meeting. The second public meeting for the proposed redevelopment of 115 Winthrop Square in Downtown Boston will now tentatively take place on Thursday, January 5, 2017, 6:30pm at Suffolk Law School, 120 Tremont Street. The public comment period is also being extended, based on community request, until January 16, 2017.

Looking ahead: Thursday, December 22

6:00pm Nazzaro Movie Night at 30 N. Bennet Street.  Movie Night at the Nazzaro Gym on Thursday, December 22. Curtain goes up at 6:30pm. It is FREE to all and pizza and popcorn will be provided. It is a perfect space for kids to lie out on blankets, sleeping bags, with pillows, etc. No reservations are required, just show up.

Four Snow Photos: Saturday was dreaming of a White Christmas!

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Wishing you a very #NorthEnd Christmas!

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Winter Wonderland

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Articles you may be interested in:

Seven fishes and so much more

The traditional Italian fish and seafood dinner known as Festa dei Sette Pesci (Feast of the Seven Fishes) is being offered at several Boston establishments, with three of them being in the North End. The Boston Globe has more on the Notte di Natale (Christmas Eve) offering fromIl Molo, Lucia Ristorant, and Filippo Ristorante.

Expanding Opportunity Through Imagine Boston 2030

In addition to the video, read about the promise that Marty Walsh made when he was sworn in as Mayor of Boston. Pushing for more housing that is affordable, quality education, transportation and open spaces, read in full at Mayor Marty Walsh.

These are the most popular places to go ice skating in Massachusetts, according to check-in data

Winter is the prime time to enjoy some hot chocolate, play in the snow, and ice skate. Boston.com used data from check-in app Swarm to see which ice skating rinks were checked into the most, and Steriti Memorial Rink in the North End came in at number 8 on the list!

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