Things to know for Tuesday!

Events for Tuesday, June 27th:

1:00pm John Adams: The Colossus of Independence – Paul Revere House. Shows at 1:00 PM, 1:45 PM, and 2:30 PM Hear from John Adams himself as he discusses his earliest beginnings in Braintree through his days as delegate of the Continental Congress and foreign ambassador. Located at The Paul Revere House, 19 N Square. More information.

7:00pm Coolidge on the Greenway Movie Night – Twister. Parcel 16 – Wharf District Parks at the corner of Milk Street and Atlantic Avenue.

7:00pm Zoning, Licensing & Construction Committee Meeting (NEWRA) at the Mariner’s House, 11 North Square, 2nd Floor. The Zoning, Licensing & Construction Committee of the North End / Waterfront Residents’ Association (NEWRA) meets on the fourth Tuesday of the month at the Mariner’s House, 11 North Square, 2nd Floor.

Notable news found elsewhere:

In the wake of Boston’s Tall Ships

Sail Boston is calling their five-day event a success, citing over 3 million visitors tallied from crowd observations. They expected $120 million to be pumped into the local economy, but numbers detailing the economic impact are still being counted, The Boston Globe has the full story.

You can have an Uber driver make a McDonald’s run

No need to worry Boston-area McDonald’s customers, UberEATS can now deliver McDonald’s for a $4.99 delivery fee with an expected delivery time anywhere between five and 15 minutes, read in full at, The Boston Globe.

Summer’s in full swing:

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Plan your events with the Community Calendar

Wednesday, June 28

5:30pm Croquet on the West Lawn of Christopher Columbus Park. Croquet on the West Lawn of Christopher Columbus Park. The fun starts at 5:30 – 7:30pm. Free and open to all!

6:30pm Next Level Fitness Bootcamp. Get fit and stay healthy every week during the summer with Next Level Fitness! Located at Hanover Street and Cross Streets, visit www.nlfhealth.com for more information.

Thursday, June 29

10:45am Mah Johgg at North End Library. Friends of the North End Library invite you to join in on their weekly Mah Jongg game at the library, 25 Parmenter Street, beginners always welcome – just show up.

12:00pm Community BBQ at Polcari ParkThe Boston Harborside Home of Joseph A. Langone Jr. is sponsoring a Community Appreciation BBQ on Thursday, June 29th, noon to 3pm at Polcari Park on Prince Street. This free event will have burgers, hot dogs, chips, soda and fun! More information.

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! Located at Milk Street & Atlantic Avenue, visit www.cresa.com/boston for more information.

6:00pm Author event – Diana Pishner Walker. Diana as a first time author shared her non-fiction book ” I Don’t Want To Sit In The Front Row Anymore”, written as a memoir after the loss of both of her parents Anna and Louis Pishner within 7 months of each other. Located at I AM Books, 189 North Street.

From the Community: 

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North End and West End Youth Earn Boston College High School Honors. Christian Cattaneo, 2018 of the North End achieved High Honors for the Fourth Quarter at Boston College High School. Carter Begley, 2020 of the West End achieved High Honors for the Fourth Quarter at Boston College High School. Michael Bennett, 2019 and Henry Vaule 2019 achieved Honors. Read the full post.

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