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Monday’s Brief: Olympics Countdown, New Greenway Drinkery, Learning to Curl

Things to know for Monday

It’s Monday, January 29 an the olympics are officially less than two weeks away. To get you into the spirit of winter athletics, be sure to check out the upcoming “Learn to Curl” events on Sunday evenings at the Steriti Memorial Arena at 561 Commercial Street.

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Here’s what else you need to know for the week ahead…

Notable News:

Trillium Beer Garden success spurs more suds on Greenway

With the great success of the Trillium Beer Garden last summer, the Greenway Conservancy is evaluating a second outdoor beer garden for the downtown park across from South Station. Boston Herald has the full story on the request the Greenway is releasing for proposals on the Dewey Square Drinkery.

Sunday Curling Lessons:

Lookout Olympics

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Plan your events with the Community Calendar:

Tuesday, January 30:

3:00PM Lego Club. Join the North End Library at 25 Parmenter street after school for some fun with legos! All ages are welcome.

Wednesday, January 31:

9:30AM St. John School Open House. Stop by St. John School at 9 Moon Street for an open house to learn more about the school and their programs, see here for additional details.

From the Community:

Martin Polignone Announced Candidacy for Governors Council

North End resident Martin Polignone has officially announced his candidacy for Governors Council has he has been proud to call the North End his second home now for many years, continue reading.

Handel and Haydn Society Complete Bach Brandenburg Concertos

The Handel Soceity continues its 2017-2018 season with a program of the BAch branderburg Concertos Nos. 1-6 on Friday, February 16 at the Sanders Theatre in Cambridge, continue reading.

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