Daily Briefs

Monday’s Brief: 9/11, Candidates Night, Bricco Salumeria Featured

Things to know for Monday!

Events for Monday, September 11th:

View events for Remembering 9/11

8:30am Commemoration at USS Constitution, Charlestown Navy Yard. The USS Constitution will have a commemoration a board “Old Ironsides”. Boarding of the ship will commence at 8:30 a.m. and will remain moored. The guest speaker will be Navy Nurse Corps Captain Mary Jo Majors, USN(Ret.), and she will be followed by witness accounts read by Constitution and Navy Recruiting District New England crew members. Free and open to the public.

11:00am 9/11 Mass. Military Heroes Fund Service Project at Rings Fountain on Greenway. The Massachusetts Military Heroes Fund invites you to take part in a care package service project to support active duty service members and veterans, as well as a pledge drive to support local Gold Star & Survivor (bereaved) military families. This event, to be held at the Mother’s Walk on the Rose Kennedy Greenway in Boston, will offer you the opportunity to give back to our community in a positive way on September 11th, now a National Day of Service and Remembrance.

7:00pm Candidates Night for District 1 City Council Candidates at Nazzaro Center, 30 N. Bennet St. The North End / Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC) will hold a Candidates Night for the District 1 City Council Candidates: Lydia Edwards, Margaret Farmer and Stephen Passacantilli, view the post.

Back to School!

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Did you see this?

Greenway pop-up picnic party

The Greenway was the site of Le Diner en Blanc, a pop-up picnic party that hosted 2,000 people. This event started 30 years ago in Paris, invited guests bring a gourmet feast, tables and chairs, dress all in white, and meet for a feast in a public space, view more at the Boston Herald.

Bricco Salumeria on Phantom Gourmet: 

Plan your events with the Community Calendar

Tuesday, September 12

5:00pm City Council (District 1 & 2) Candidates Forum on Boston Harbor Issues at 290 Congress St, 2nd Fl. Boston Harbor Candidates Forum will feature city council candidates from District 1 and 2. The discussion, moderated by Boston Globe contributor Mike Ross, will focus on waterfront issues including development and design, parks and open space, climate change and resilience, water transportation, and equity with candidates from two of Boston’s harbor districts.

5:00pm Taste of the Seaport at Fan Pier. The after-work fest includes culinary offerings from many premier local eateries, along with beer by Samuel Adams, music and games. A portion of the proceeds benefits Boys and Girls Clubs of Boston. Tickets are $15.00 in advance and available at www.tasteofthes eaportboston.co m. Sold on a first-come, first-served basis, tickets include entry fee and food samplings. Beer is available for additional purchase.

6:30pm FOCCP Meeting – Friends of Christopher Columbus Park – Mariner’s House. Located at 11 North Square, go to FOCCP.org for more information.

Wednesday, September 13

10:30am Music and Movement Storytime at West End Library. Kids join Sherry for a special story time in which every book is a song! Children use their voices to make some music of their own. No registration required, groups and individuals welcome.

6:00pm Swing Dancing at Dewey Square on the Greenway. Dance Instructors: Katie & Paolo Piselli teach Swing From the Lindy Hop to the Charleston, there is a vibrancy and excitement to Swing that will be evident as Michael Gamble and the Rhythm Serenaders, featuring Laura Windley, take the stage.

6:00pm Ceviche & Poke at Boston Public Market. Let us take you on a journey through traditional raw preparations of locally-caught seafood. You will make a Peruvian recipe featuring white fish, a shellfish recipe from Spain, and a Hawaiian staple using sweet and savory marinated tuna. Tickets are available here.

6:30pm Friends of the NE Library Meeting. Located at 25 Parmenter Street in the North End, visit friendsnelibrary.org for more information.

From the Community: 

Dog Park Construction Begins in September and More News from RUFF

After years of hard work and waiting, our first of its kind, urban dog park is being constructed! Although the park will be closed for approximately 5 weeks to complete its transformation we know it will be worth the wait! We will keep the membership updated along the way with updates. During the closure please use the Richmond Street dog run for off-leash time, view the post for more updates.

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Keep up with what’s happening on the Events Calendar.

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