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Thursday’s Guide: Construction Update Meeting, Harvard Presidents, Hot or Cold Lobster Roll?

More Things to know for Thursday

Articles of interest:

Local Chefs Weigh in on the Great Lobster Roll Debate: Hot vs. Cold

A New England and Boston staple, the famous lobster roll consists of a toasted and buttered roll filled with lobster. Do you prefer hot with melted butter or cold with mayonnaise? Daniel Krug, executive chef at Neptune Oyster in Boston’s North End exclaims that there’s a fitting popularity in the hot with butter version, Eater Boston has more on the story.

These are the 11 people who were president of Harvard before the US became a country

Harvard had already seen 11 presidents by the time the United States was even a country, and one of them was a North Ender! Increase Mather was President of Harvard from 1692-1701, spending only months in Cambridge, away from his North End home where he also served his congregation, continue reading at, The Boston Globe.

Events for Thursday, June 15th:

10:45am Mah Johgg at North End Library. Friends of the North End Library invite you to join in on their weekly. Beginners always welcome! Just show up. Located at 25 Parmenter Street.

4:00pm Tour of the Towns NEMPAC Instrument Petting Zoo – Myrtle Street Playground. NEMPAC and the Eureka Musician’s Ensemble will team up in an exciting “Tour of the Towns” this summer, bringing their fun and interactive Instrument Petting Zoos to Charlestown and Beacon Hill. At each event, Eureka musicians and NEMPAC Instructors will work with children to teach them about the different instrument groups that they specialize in, as well as to help them try out the instruments themselves.

5:30pm Boston Workplace Fitness. Cresa Boston would like to bring together employees in nearby offices to The Greenway to participate in a fitness program promoting wellness in the workplace. It’s all about networking, wellness and being outside on the beautiful Greenway! More information, located at Milk Street & Atlantic Avenue.

6:00pm A Night in White for the Cure at New England Aquarium. Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation Young Professionals host the 5th Annual Summer Event! WHAT: A Night in White for the Cure WHEN: Thursday, June 15th from 6:00-10:00 p.m. WHERE: The New England Aquarium, 1 Central Wharf, Boston, MA 02110 Ticket Prices Event Tickets: $75 (First 50), $85 through June 1, $95 through June 14. VIP Tickets: $150- Sipping with the Seals: Private reception in the seal exhibit 6:00-7:30PM. Open bar until 8:30PM.

6:00pm Stephen Passacantilli Campaign Kickoff at Filippo’s Ristorante. Stephen Passacantilli, candidate for Boston City Council District 1, kicks off his campaign in the North End on Thursday, June 15 from 6:00-8:00pm at Filippo Ristorante (283 Causeway Street in the North End). Stephen is running to represent the North End, East Boston, and Charlestown on the Boston City Council. All are welcome.

6:00pm North End Construction Update Meeting at Nazzaro Center, 30 N. Bennet Street. North End Construction Update Meeting the City of Boston will be hosting on Thursday June 15th from 6:00pm-7:30pm at the Nazzaro Center. Topics will include the Connect Historic Boston (Cycle Track) Project, Eliot School Construction, North Square Construction and Boston Water & Sewer Construction. This will be an open house style meeting, so stop by anytime between 6:00 and 7:30.

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Plan your events with the Community Calendar

Friday, June 16 [Mirabella Pool Opens]

12:30pm ABCD Center Father’s Day Luncheon at 1 Michelango St. Join ABCD Center for a Father’s Day celebration. Please call in advance to reserve seating (617) 523-8125.

6:00pm Spectacle on Spectacle – Boston Harbor Now Gala Event on Spectacle Island.  A private fireworks display. Sunset over Boston from Spectacle Island. A raw bar on the Pier. Cocktails with your friends. A night on the beach with fire pits. The FIRST opportunity to view the Tall Ships in their glory. Please contact Jodi Wolin at jwolin@bostonharbornow.org with any additional questions regarding any of these giving opportunities.

8:00pm Live Music at Rowes Wharf, Boston Harbor Hotel.

Saturday, June 17 [Tall Ships in Boston June 17-22, 2017]

9:00am Grand Parade of Sail “Tall Ships” in Boston Harbor. The Grand Parade of Sail will highlight the day’s activities as vessels parade in flotillas from Broad Sound into the main channel of Boston Harbor turning at Charlestown, before proceeding to their assigned berthing areas. Public viewing of the parade will be spectacular from Castle Island, the Seaport District, the Boston Waterfront, East Boston, the North End and Charlestown.

11:00am Greenway Open Market. The Greenway Open Market is a vibrant open-air artisan market featuring talented area artists, crafters, and independent designers. Visitors will find exceptional art, locally produced products, and much more! Located at the Rings Fountain, Milk St, Boston.

1:00pm Hammered Dulcimer – Paul Revere House. Award-winning musician Dave Neiman plays jigs, reels, and Baroque and Renaissance tunes that Paul Revere and his family may have enjoyed. Located at 19 N Square, Boston.

From the Community: 

Summer Solstice Sound Healing June 21. NYC newest big wave has been long practiced at Laughing Buddha Boston, the Swiss Healing Center. Please join us for this MARVELOUS 90-minute Sound Healing Experience with Joe Hayes of SoundScapers and immerse into deep relaxation with the harmonious sounds of chant, the didgeridoo, Native American trance drumming/rattling, and over a dozen signing bowls, the Gong and the Shruti box, more information.

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