Things to know for Tuesday
Tuesday, May 9
How about development in the TD Garden area?
Around the neighborhood:
Following a successful pilot project last year, Newbury Street will be closed off to traffic three times this summer. “Open Newbury Street” details are still looming, but closures are expected on one Sunday in July, August, and September, The Boston Globe has more on the story.
View the three-minute video from four Emerson College juniors that features 80 timelapses of Boston’s sports and civic cornerstones:
Plan your events with the Community Calendar:
Wednesday, May 10
Thursday, May 11
6:00pm A Night of Shakespeare with Doug Bowen-Flynn! Do you like Shakespeare, but sometimes wish you had a viewing guide? Want to understand the play better as you watch it, and to join fellow adults for a fun evening of catered snacks and Shakespearean insight? Tickets are $30 per person, more information at www.nempacboston.org. [Located at I AM Books, 189 North Street].
Keep up with what’s happening on the Events Calendar.
From the Community:
Fresh Fridays at Boston Children’s Museum. This July, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation will sponsor Fresh Fridays at Boston Children’s Museum. The four, free Friday outdoor evening events, a collaboration between the Foundation, Boston Children’s Museum and Boston Public Market, are designed to encourage families to make healthy food choices and dine together. More information.
ACE Mentor Program of Greater Boston Presents the Fifth Annual Architecture, Construction & Engineering Networking Event. On Wednesday, May 17th from 6pm-9pm join ACE in supporting Boston’s next generation of Architects, Contractors & Engineers for the fifth annual industry networking event at Artists for Humanity. Enjoy an exciting night filled with food, drinks, music, silent auction, raffle prizes and more, view the post.
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