Daily Briefs

Tuesday’s Brief: Contemporary Bookbinding, Community Meetings, Classic Cars

Things to know for Tuesday

Your daily round up for Tuesday, November 14:

6:00PM Lecture: Artistic Vision in Contemporary Bookbinding. Join James Reid-Cunningham at the North Bennet Street School for a reception and lecture on the histroy of binding decoration and innovations in 21st centure bookbinding, view additional details.

6:30PM Charlestown Navy Yard Planning Meeting. Join Boston Planning & Development Agency Direction Brian Golden and staff at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital for a meeting to discuss various planning initiatives and projects in the Charlestown Navy Yard. For more information, email Erikk Hokenson at Erikk.Hokenson@Boston.gov.

6:30PM FOCCP Meeting at Mariner’s House. Join the Friends of Christopher Columbus Park for a meeting at 11 North Square, click here for more information.

Notable News:

7News tours Wynn Boston Harbor resort and casino site

In less than two years, the $2.4 billion Wynn Boston Harbor resort will be open for Business. 7News took a tour of the construction site with Bob DeSalvio, the President of Wynn Boston Harbor, who will plan to oversee and run the resort, including the highly talked about North End-style restaurant they’re planning to build.

North End Classic:

Sunday driver • #BelAir #1957 #classic #Boston #NorthEnd #car #red #blackandwhite #architecture #colorsplash

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Plan your events with the Community Calendar:

Wednesday, November 15:

6:00PM Wine, Chocolate, & Fashion Pairings: A Workshop in Class and Taste. Join Linda Greene and Michele Gabrielson of the Old North Historic Site for a decadent ladies’ night out in the north end tasting wine and chocolate and discussing fashion pairings, click here to reserve your ticket for $42.

6:00PM Book Club at North End Library. Join the North End Branch Library at 25 Parmenter St. as they discuss November’s book, Sherman Alexie’s 2008 “Absolutely True Diary of a Part-time Indian”, view additional details here.

Thursday, November 16:

11:00AM Water Transportation Study Open House at Leventhal Center. Join Boston Harbor Now and other community members at 50 Rowes Wharf for a water transportation study open house. Learn more about the process and provide feedback on project, view additional details here.

11:00AM Mahjong Games at North End Library. Enjoy the American-style variant of Mahjong, a tile-based game that originated in China and requires skill, strategy, and calculation, view the full event posting here.

Author Talk “Dining Out in Boston: Culinary History” at Mariner’s House. Join the North End Historical Society and James C. O’Connell at 11 North Square as he speaks about his new book, “Dining Out in Boston: A Culinary History” – paying special attention to the North End sections of his book, see additional details here.

6:00PM NEMPAC presents NARNIA the Musical. NEMPAC Music Theatre Troupe presents a youth production of Narnia the Musical at St. Stephen’s Catholic Church located at 24 Clark Street, click here for more information and to purchase tickets.

From the Community:

Brass Polishing at Old North Church!

Join the congregation of the Old North Church for their annual brass polishing part on Saturday, November 18th. The annual event gives volunteers a rare chance to get up close and personal with priceless artifacts, continue reading.

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