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Wednesday’s Brief: Old North Foundation Speaker Series, Top New Restaurants, Spooky Scenes

Things to know for Wednesday

Events for 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.

Notable News:

Top New Restaurants in Boston 2017: The List

The list is in. Boston Magazine has released their highly subjective rankings of the city’s hottest dining destinations featuring the North End’s very own North Square Oyster as number 14 on the list, see all of the rankings from Boston Magazine.

Nova Scotia arranges annual gift for the city of Boston: a big Christmas tree

The details have been released around Nova Scotia’s annual Christmas tree gift to the city of Boston in recognition of its support in the aftermath of the Halifax Explosion almost 100 years ago. Before the tree makes it’s way to the city, it will go through two different ceremonies in Canada before making the trip to Boston, Global News has the full story.

Spooky Scenes from Last Night’s Trick-or-Treat:

Happy Halloween from Boston 👻👹🤡🇺🇸 #trickortreat #halloween #usa

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Plan your events with the Community Calendar:

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 rfox@bpl.org.

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.

Friday, November 3:

10:00AM Little Groove Concert at North End Library. Join the North End Library at 25 Parmenter St. and get ready to shake, wiggle, and move with Little Groove. Children will have the opportunity to interact with parachutes, puppets, instruments and more, see here for additional event details.

From the Community:

Arlington Catholic High School Open House November 5

The Arlington Catholic High School community will be hosting the families of 7th and 8th grade students during their open house on November 5th. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet with teachers, administration, current students and more, continue reading.

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

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