Daily Briefs

Weekend Brief: Neighborhood Concerts, Special Playoff Menus, Teen Game Time, BSA Design Awards

Things to know for the Weekend

Your daily roundup for Friday, January 12:

12:30PM Little Groove Concert. Join the North End Library at 25 Parmenter Street for an afternoon interacting with parachutes, puppets and instruments. Get ready to shake, wiggle and move in this fun musical environment.

7:00PM “100 Years after the war” – Bijou de la Vida Concert. Join NEMPAC to reflect on the contemplation of the roots of humanity during the second recital in the Bijou de la Vida Concert series at 390 Commercial Street, see additional details and purchase tickets here.

Romantic Walks in the North End:

From the Community:

Kick off the Playoffs at il Molo with $1 Game Time Menu

Il Molo on Commercial Street is kicking off the Patriot’s post-season with a special dollar menu featuring mouthwatering finger foods like grilled Italian sausages and crispy shrimp tacos, continue reading.

Teen Gaming at the North End Library

Teens in grades 6-12 are invited to stop by the North End Library at 25 Parmenter Street to play video games with friends, continue reading.

The Boston Society of Architects/AIA will host the 7th BSA Design Awards Gala on January 18 to celebrate the 2017 Design Award winners.

The 2017 winners of the 7th BSA Design Awards will be announced at the annual black-tie gala on January 18th. In addition to the awards, the recipient of the Harleston Parker Medal recognizing the “most beautiful new structure” will also be announced, continue reading.

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