Daily Briefs

Monday’s Brief: Puppies & Politics, Concert Series, Boat Fire Rescue and Foggy Photos

Everything you need to know for Monday!

Events for Monday, September 18th:

5:30pm: Puppies and Politics with Lydia Edwards, City Council Candidate at Richmond Street Dog RunLydia Edwards is hosting a series of “Puppies and Politics” meet and greets in each neighborhood for local dog owners with all proceeds raised given to local animal shelters. Dog treats will be provided.

10:00pm: Cettina Donato Quartet: Persistency at I AM Books. Cettina has been performing as arranger, composer and conductor for several symphony and jazz orchestras. This event is part of Sounds of Italy’s Allegro Concert Series. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased here.

Foggy Harbor Mornings


Notable News Found Elsewhere:

An Off-Kilter Homage to Boston’s 18th-Century Quaker Architecture

Have you noticed “The Meeting House”, that yellow topsy-turvy house displayed on the Greenway at Atlantic Ave and High Street? Artist Mark Reigelman II created this Quaker-style house with 20 different parts using traditional woodworking techniques. Learn more and see photos here.

Two rescued after boat catches fire in Boston Harbor

Two people were rescued from a 30-foot boat after it caught fire in Boston Harbor Saturday night. Onlookers from other boats and along the waterfront said they could see smoke and flames out on the water. The Boston Globe has the full story.

Sunday’s Sunset Time Lapse

Plan Your Events with the Community Calendar:

Tuesday, September 19:

7:30pm: RUFF Monthly Meeting at Nazzaro Center. Planning for the opening of the park and discussing outreach and volunteer opportunities. Read more RUFF news here.

Wednesday, September 20:

6:30pm: Adult Book Discussion at North End LibraryJoin us to discuss Lucy Knisley’s forthright, thoughtful, and funny 2013 memoir Relish: My Life in the Kitchen. Copies of the book are available at the library’s circulation desk, 25 Parmenter Street.

Black and White Scenes


From the Community: 

St. Leonard Parish Religious Education

St. Leonard Parish is inviting high school juniors or older to receive the Sacrament of Confirmation. Classes will start no sooner than the beginning of the new liturgical year, November 26th, 2017. Learn more here.

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

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