Things to know for Wednesday

Events for Wednesday, October 18th:

9:30AM St John School Open House. Join St John’s Parochial School at 9 Moon Street for an open house Wednesday at 9:30AM.

2:30PM NEMPAC’s Pumpkin Painting on the Prado. Join the North End Music and Performing Arts Center is hosting pumpkin painting on the Prado at 16 Charter Street R. NEMPAC will provide supplies for the fall celebration and will charge $5 per pumpkin. NEMPAC T-shirts will also be fore sale for $15.

3:00PM Italian Heritage Month Movie at West End Library “Cinema Paradiso”. Celebrate Italian Heritage Month with the West End Library’s October Italian Film Series every Wednesday at 151 Cambridge Street. Featured films include Big Deal on Madonna Street, Cinema Paradiso and Marriage Italian Style.

6:00PM Oktober Themed Hors D’Oevres and Paired Wines at Divine Design Center. Join Kurt Von Kahle and Gaggenau Executive Chef for a night of Oktober-themed hors d’oevres and paired wines at 2 Battery Wharf. Click here for additional details and to RSVP for the event.

6:00PM Art of Excellent Listening Workshop at North End Library. Join Kim Kerrigan at 25 Parmenter Street as he teaches you how to be a better listener and other valuable skills for interacting with people at home, in the workplace or in public settings. Click here to register or view additional event details.

North End Harbor Walk:

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Notable News Found Elsewhere:

Casalinga Is Opening in Former Lulu’s Kitchen Space in Boston’s Haymarket Area   

Although details are still being confirmed, the common victualler transactions page within the city’s website is showing details that Casalinga is planning to open by the corner of Blackstone Street and Hanover Street in the Haymarket area. The current address on the site indicates Robert Santini, the same person involved with Casa Razdora on Water Street in the Financial District, may be opening the new restaurant where former Lulu’s Kitchen used to be, Boston Restaurant Talk has the full story.

A Changing Canal Street

For those who have passed by the TD Garden recently, you may have been surprised by the changing landscape around North Station. The evolving neighborhood surrounding Canal Street is welcoming new residents, businesses and even hosted an annual block party-type event this past summer. For more details on the emerging neighborhood, visit the West End Museum online.

Plan your events with the Community Calendar:

Thursday, October 19:

5:30PM Boston Public Market Harvest Party. Join the Boston Public Market Association (BPMA) at 100 Hanover Street as they host their second annual Harvest Party Fundraiser benefiting the Boston Public Market’s Community Engagement Fund, which offers free, public, seed-to-skillet education experiences for the local community. The event will feature a lively celebration of local food, cocktails, dancing, vendor demos, prizes and more, for full details and tickets click here.

6:00PM Author Talk: Nancy Harrowitz. Join I Am Books at 189 North Street as Professor Nancy Harrowitz examines the complex role that Levi’s Jewish identity played in his choices of how to portray his survival, as well as in his exposition of topics such as bystander complicity, view additional details here.

6:15PM Yoga Fundraiser at Nazzaro Center. Join the Nazzaro Community Center at 30 N Bennet St. as they host several Yoga and Zumba fundraisers for $10 per class with proceeds being donated to hurricane relief victims, see here for the full event posting.

6:30PM Final Public Meeting for Paul Revere Mall (Prado) Improvements at the Nazzaro Center. Join the community at 30 N Bennett Street for the final public meeting to discuss the proposed improvements to the Paul Revere Mall (Prado) between Hanover and Unity Streets, view more information here.

Friday, October 20:

TBD Deadline for NEMPAC Performance Season Pass 2017-18. Friday is the deadline for North End Music and Performing Arts Center season pass purchases. Don’t miss out on a terrific season of concerts and special performances hosted at 16 Charter St R. Click here for the full schedule and details for season pass purchase options.

10:00AM Baby Story Time at North End Library. Join Ms. Alyson for stories, songs, fun, and more in a program just for babies. This program is for babies 0-18 months. Please come prepared to actively engage with your child, view the post.

10:00AM USS Constitution Underway in Boston Harbor. To celebrate the ship and the U.S. Navy’s 242nd birthday, the USS Constitution will be getting underway for the first turnaround demonstration since October 2014 sailing from the Charlestown Navy Yard to For Independence on Castle Island. The ship will be leaving the Charlestown Navy Yard at 10:00AM and is expected to return by 1:00PM.

11:00AM Preschool Storytime at North End Library. Join Ms. Alyson for a story time filled with books, songs, activities, and more! This program is for children ages 18 months and older. Please come prepared to actively engage with your child. View the posting.

2:00PM “Night of the Hunter” Movie at North End Library. Join the North End Library  at 25 Parmenter Street for their Friday Films & Discussion featuring this week’s movie Night of the Hunter, view full event details here.

6:00PM Ensemble Lifestyle Boutique Opening Party a 2H Baldwin Pl. Join Ensemble LifeStyle Boutique at 2H Baldwin Place for a night of bubbly, bites, music and giveaways as they celebrate the launch of their new, spacious location.

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

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