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Wednesday’s Brief: Woodworking Skills, Faneuil Hall Closing in January, Lonely Park Benches

Things to know for Wednesday

Your daily roundup for Wednesday, December 27:

Looking to hone your woodworking skills over the holiday break? The North Bennet Street School’s own Grant Burger CF’17 was featured on the podcast The Dusty Life explaining how to do just that, check it out here.

Notable News:

Faneuil Hall Closing for Repairs in January

Boston National Historical Park has announced that the city of Boston will be closing Faneuil Hall in January for necessary repairs and renovations including upgraded elevator services and improved heating and cooling for the building. During the project, the Ranger staff will be moving back to 15 State Street at a pop-up Visitor Center, see additional details.

Cold temperatures leave park benches open for passers by:

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

Weather Forecast:

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One Reply to “Wednesday’s Brief: Woodworking Skills, Faneuil Hall Closing in January, Lonely Park Benches

  1. HI, this is a great post! I like to work with wooden products and I of course it is an amazing job! In the last decade this kind of work is growing more and more, but not for everyone unfortunately! Nowadays I think you can do a lot of new things thanks to advanced technology, you also can do it alone, it is easy and really great to see what gourgeous things you can do just by carve the wood. I used a great book with 16000 projects, you can see it here if you want to make your own wooden things, click here: http://woodworkingplans.ontrapages.com/

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