Things to know for Monday

Today is Monday, February 19 – Presidents’ Day! Don’t let celebrating our founding fathers slow down your day. Be sure to check out the list of what’s open, what’s closed, hours of banks, shopping, government, travel and more. 

Here’s what else you need to know for Monday…

12:00PM Fresh & Local with Stillman’s Farm. Join Stillman’s Farm at the Boston Public Market as they demonstrate how to prepare seasonal fare with the produce continuously rolling out onto their market booth and farm, see full details here.

2:00PM Secret Veggie Desserts with Siena Farms. Join Siena Farms at the Boston Public Market as their cooks teach attendees how to sneak veggies into delicious deserts like carrot cake cupcakes, see additional details here.

6:30PM Faneuil Hall Movie Nights: The Iron Giant. Join the Faneuil Hall Marketplace at the Lower Rotunda in the Quincy Market building for their February school vacation movie nights. Each night this week will feature a free PG-rated movie.

Notable News:

Developers scrap 4,000-seat music venue at Charlestown’s Hood Park

The development team that had presented the concept of a 4,000-seat music venue inside a multi-level parking garage in Charlestown’s Hood Park has announced the venue was off due to the project’s “economics” not working, Boston Business Journal has the full story.

From Sunday Storms to 60 Degrees:

Plan your events with the Community Calendar:

Tuesday, February 20

11:30AM Chicken & Eggs with Chestnut Farms. Join Chestnut Farms at the Boston Public Market for lessons on raising pastured chickens, science “egg-periments” and more, see additional details here.

12:30PM Gentle Yoga for Adults. Join the North End Library at 25 Parmenter Street along with certified yoga instructor, Maura Almy, as she leads the weekly yoga class for adults of all levels, see additional details here.

1:00PM Local Sharks: Dogfish & Skae with Red’s Best. Join Red’s Best at the Boston Public Market for a family-friendly, hands-on info session about two local, edible abundant shark species in New England, see additional details here.

3:00PM Secret Veggie Desserts with Siena Farms. Join Siena Farms at the Boston Public Market as their cooks teach attendees how to sneak veggies into delicious deserts like carrot cake cupcakes, see additional details here.

6:30PM Faneuil Hall Movie Nights: Moana. Join the Faneuil Hall Marketplace at the Lower Rotunda in the Quincy Market building for their February school vacation movie nights. Each night this week will feature a free PG-rated movie.

Wednesday, February 21

12:30PM Making Modern Gefilte Fish with Inna’s Kitchen and Red’s Best. Join Inna’s Kitchen and Red’s Best and they transform Inna’s family’s age-old recipe into the ideal, modern, locally-sourced Passover starter, see additional details here.

1:00PM Hansel & Gretel with the Boston Lyric Opera. Join the North End Library at 25 Parmenter Street to learn all about opera with the Boston Lyric Opera as they tell the story of Hansel and Gretel.

1:30PM Colonial Kids Corner at the Paul Revere House. Join the Paul Revere House at 19 North Square and try on reproduction colonial clothes, write with quill pens and play 18th century games with your family members. Admission is free.

3:30PM Salt At with Mari. Join the North End Library at 25 Parmenter Street as kids of all ages are invited to create their own colorful salt art with Mari.

6:30PM Faneuil Hall Movie Nights: Despicable Me 3. Join the Faneuil Hall Marketplace at the Lower Rotunda in the Quincy Market building for their February school vacation movie nights. Each night this week will feature a free PG-rated movie.

 

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