Things to know for Wednesday
It’s Wednesday, January 24 and if you were thinking about heading over to the Esplanade this morning to enjoy a nice bagel with Philadelphia cream cheese, think again. In anticipation for the Patriots/Philadelphia Eagles face off in Super Bowl LII, the Esplanade Association has issued a ban on all “Philadelphia-themed products” at the 64-acre waterfront park. The ban is said to be in effect until the “Duck Boats return to Boston’s streets”.
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Here’s what else you need to know for Wednesday…
5:30PM “We Are Boston’s Waterfront” Petition Drive. Meet with locals at the Golden Goose Cafe to join in on knocking on doors for the “We are the Waterfront” petition drive, click here for additional details.
6:00PM Charlestown YMCA Annual Kick Off Event. Stop by the Blackmoor Bar and Kitchen at 1 Chelsea Street in Charlestown for the Charlestown YMCA’s annual kick off event to learn more about the programs they have to offer, see the full posting here.
6:00PM Teen Gaming at the North End Library. Teens are invited to stop by the North End Library at 25 Parmenter Street for an evening of playing video games with friends. This event is ideal for teens grades 6-12.
6:30PM The People’s Law Firm at the North End Library. Stop by the North End Library at 25 Parmenter Street as Yarlennys Villaman, Outreach Coordinator, will outline the services and resources of the Attorney Generals office. Feel free to join to learn more about your rights and protections.
For fourth time, Boston requests extension of key harbor plan decision
The Boston Planning and Development Agency approved a draft outline of the development guidelines for the city’s downtown waterfront area last March, yet the city is requesting its fourth extension for a key decision on the plan, Boston Business Journal has the full story.
Sticking to the (menu) plan:
From the Community:
Gentle Yoga for Adults
Join Maura Almy, certified yoga instructor, as she leads a weekly yoga class suitable for all levels at the North End Library. The gentle flowing movements and passive and supported poses are idea for those working with an injury or those who may have limited mobility and would prefer a softer approach to yoga, continue reading.
St. John School Open House
St. John School is hosting an open house next Wednesday, January 31st and is now accepting enrollment for Fall 2018, continue reading.
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One Reply to “Wednesday’s Brief: Petition Drive, YMCA Annual Kick Off, Teen Gaming Night, Harbor Plan Decision”
Eagles fans are overrated and Philadelphia actually banned the Boston Cream Donut so I guess it’s our round to temporarily ban.
#blitzforsix #notdone #nodaysoff #6
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