Things to know for Tuesday
Events for Tuesday, October 31:
2:00PM ROC Teen Saturday Haunted Halloween Carnival. The 12th Annual Recovery Outreach Community (ROC) will take place at the Nazzaro community center and will feature rides, a bounce house, super slides, food, drinks, pumpkins and more, view the full event listing here.
5:30PM NEMPAC’s 12th annual Halloween Party on the Prado. NEMPAC invites the community to gather in Prado to celebrate Halloween. The free event is sponsored by State Rep. Aaron Michelwitz and will feature pizza, music, snacks, games and actitivites. For more information or to volunteer email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 617-227-2270.
8:00PM Post Trick or Treating Party at Filippo’s
Annual post trick or treat event for kids, 8 pm ish at Filippo’s. Meant to provide a fun, safe, warm spot for kids who have aged out of other neighborhood events. Free – contributions accepted.
Sunday night’s strong storm left thousands without power. Take a look at some of the scenes the Boston Globe was able to share including some down trees and wreckage in the North End.
Plan your events with the Community Calendar:
Wednesday, November 1:
6:00PM Classes and Forums: The Landscape of Colonial Boston’s Public Schools. Stop by the Old North Church for the Old North Foundation Speaker Series featuring the landscape of colonial Boston’s public schools. Click here for more information or to reserve your ticket.
Thursday, November 2:
3:30PM STEAM Crafternoons at West End Library. Join the West End branch of the Boston Public Library at 151 Cambridge Street for an afternoon of crafts for children of all ages. Kids will have access to an abundance of supplies and will receive instructions for a craft as well as a science-related project. For more information or to pre-register, email email@example.com.
6:00PM NE Public Safety Meeting at the Nazzaro Center. The Boston Police Area A-1 will be attending the NE public safety meeting where all North End/Waterfront residents are welcome to attend at 30 N. Bennet Street.
From the Community:
Hear From Author and Founder of Boston 1775 J.L. Bell at Old North Church & Historic Site This Wednesday!
The Old North Foundation’s Speaker Series’ next lecture will take place November 1st featuring author and founder of the popular blog Boston 1775. The lecture will include a discussion on the landscape of colonial Boston’s public schools and how the creation of a new nation led to today’s education system, continue reading.
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