Things to know for Monday

Events for Monday, October 2nd

Milling of Atlantic Ave from Commercial St. to the Surface Road. There will be milling of Atlantic Avenue from Commercial Wharf to the Surface Road. During this time there will be traffic delays and parking restrictions. For more details, see the construction notice.

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Notable news found elsewhere:

Celtics’ Gordon Hayward Still Figuring Out ‘Crazier’ Boston Traffic

The newest Celtic, Gordon Hayward moved to Boston from Salt Lake City where he played for the Utah Jazz, and he’s certainly noticed some differences within Boston. Dining at Strega in the North End is one thing, but it’s the traffic that’s noticeably different, continue reading at, NESN.com.

Has Dry Dock 4 been left high and dry?

Tucked behind the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion is dry dock 4, a 700-foot-long pier offers killer views of the North End waterfront and Boston Harbor. Mayor Menino wanted to put City Hall there, yet it might be turned into a helipad to accommodate GE, or converted into a park. Read the full article at, The Boston Globe.

No. 2 if by sea: Outhouse tied to Paul Revere is excavated

Although there haven’t been any signs of mummified human excrement, archaeologists are excavating what they believe was the site of an outhouse next door to Paul Revere’s home. Archaeologists were already pulling fragments of pottery, bottles, and a tobacco pipe from the bricked yard of the Pierce-Hichborn House, WMUR has the full story.

“Hidden Cove” in the North End:

Plan your events with the Community Calendar

Tuesday, October 3

Milling of Atlantic Ave from Commercial St. to the Surface Road. There will be milling of Atlantic Avenue from Commercial Wharf to the Surface Road. During this time there will be traffic delays and parking restrictions. For more details, see the construction notice.

6:30pm Italian Heritage Month Honoree Night at West End Museum. For the eighth consecutive year, The West End Museum marks Italian Heritage Month by recognizing individuals of Italian descent for their contributions to preserving the culture of the West End and its rich immigrant history. Honoree presentations will be followed by a reception with light refreshments, the event is FREE and open to the public. View the post.

Wednesday, October 4

10:30am Concert with 123 Andres at West End Library, 151 Cambridge Street. In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, join Latin Grammy-winning 123 Andrés in a concert for kids and families! Learn or practice your Spanish, and sing, jump, and dance in this high-energy, interactive show. No registration required.

6:00pm Art of Excellent Listening Workshop at North End Library, 25 Parmenter Street. You can hear…but are you listening? Join Kim Kerrigan as he teaches you how to be a better listener in this 3 week workshop. Learn how to fully understand the messages you receive as well as how to communicate messages clearly and diplomatically. Registration required.

From the Community: 

Documentary: Boston’s North End: An Italian American Story

Join us for a viewing of the first feature-length film that chronicles the vibrant Italian-American community that has called the North End of Boston home for well over 100 years.  Based on historical records and interviews with Italian American North Enders, the film features original music, home videos, and photographs, view the post.

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