Things to know for Monday:
“In a comeback for the ages, Patriots beat Falcons in heart-pounding Super Bowl” – The Boston Globe.
“Tom Brady, Patriots rewrite Super Bowl record book with epic, 34-28 OT win” – The Boston herald.
Instagram says it all:
The Community Calendar to help plan your week:
Monday, February 6
6:30pm NEMPAC Board Meeting (North End Music and Performing Arts Center). Loacted at Mariners House, 11 North Square, Boston, visit www.nempacboston.org for more information.
7:00pm Fundraiser for Earthquake Victims. Filippo Ristorante is hosting a prix fixe menu prepared by Italian guest chef Antonella Santacroce to benefit the Central Italy Earthquake Relief Fund. Located at Filippo Ristorante, Causeway Street, tickets cost $100, call (617) 367-2353.
Tuesday, February 7
10:30am Happy Birthday Trees Tu B’Shvat Celebration at West End Library. In honor of Tu B’Shvat (the Jewish “new year for the trees”), the West End Branch will celebrate the environment. Located at 151 Cambridge Street, Boston.
7:00pm Demolition Delay Meeting on Cross Street Buildings at Nazzaro Center. This meeting is being held as part of an Article 85 Demolition Delay application to demolish the buildings at 198 Hanover St, 60 Cross St, and 53 Salem St, Boston, MA. The purpose of this meeting is to inform the community about the proposed demolition and to present alternatives to the demolition. More information.
7:00pm Parks and Open Spaces Committee Meeting at Mariner’s House, 11 North Square. All are welcome to attend NEWRA’s Parks and Open Spaces Committee which meets the first Tuesday of the month.
Wednesday, February 8
6:30pm Friends of the NE Library Meeting. These meetings are open to the public and are located at North End Library, 25 Parmenter Street, Boston – more information.
News around the neighborhood:
The first Monday in February will mark the opening for applications to allow restaurants to let patrons bring their own beer or wine. The Boston Herald has more on the BYOB provision that only applies to restaurants who do not have a liquor license, and have 30 or fewer seats located in outlying neighborhoods.
Move over North End? The sentiment here is that Eataly on Boylston Street is the new favorite place for fresh, authentic Italian food. Boston University News has more on the various attraction that Eataly has to offer for those who are, “too far from the North End to get a good Italian meal.”
Keep up with what’s happening on the Events Calendar.
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