Daily Briefs

Thursday’s Brief: Colonial Kids Corner, Public Market Demonstrations, Kids Crafts, Free Movie Night

Things to know for Thursday

It’s Thursday, February, 22 and here is everything you need to know to get your day started…

10:30AM 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.

10:30AM Beaded Jewelry for Kids. Join the North End Library at 25 Parmenter Street where kids of all ages are invited to stop by and make their own bracelet or necklace using beads.

11:00AM Fresh, Fast & Delicious with Project Bread. Join the Boston Public Market along with Project Bread’s Chef Vanessa Labranche as she leads a free cooking demonstration every Thursday, see additional details here.

1:00PM Fresh, Fast & Delicious with Project Bread. Join the Boston Public Market along with Project Bread’s Chef Vanessa Labranche for her afternoon session as she leads a free cooking demonstration every Thursday, see additional details here.

3:00PM Fuse Bead Craft. Join the North End Library at 25 Parmenter Street as they use perlerbeads to decorate shapes and animals. Come watch as Alyson fuses your designs together using heat!

6:30PM Faneuil Hall Movie Nights: Beauty & the Beast. 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:

Boston officials might expand parking meter rate hike program

On Wednesday, the city of Boston announced it will extend a test of higher parking meter rates that resulted in more available metered spaces and less illegal parking in certain parts of the city. The City is expecting a decision to expand the test or not by summer, Boston Globe has the full story.

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Plan your events with the Community Calendar:

Friday, February 23

10:00AM Kids Block Party. Join the North End Library at 25 Parmenter Street as little ones and their siblings are invited to drop-in and play with different types of blocks and experiment building towers.

10:00AM Hands-on Tours of the Paul Revere House. A free 30-minute tour of the Paul Revere House at 19 North Square will be open to anyone interested in engaging with reproduction objects from the oldest historic house.

12:00PM All About Chocolate and Stone Grinding with Taza Chocolate. Join the Boston Public Market and Taza Chocolate for a Chocolate Grinding Demo, see additional details here.

2:00PM Friday Film Series: “The Boston Strangler”. Join the North End Library at 25 Parmenter Street for their Friday Film Series featuring movies set in Boston, see additional details here.

2:00PM Hands-on Tours of the Paul Revere House. A free 30-minute tour of the Paul Revere House at 19 North Square will be open to anyone interested in engaging with reproduction objects from the oldest historic house.

Saturday, February 24

10:00AM Ward 3 Democrats Caucus. Stop by the Nazzaro Community Center at 30 North Bennet Street where registered Democrats in Ward 3 will hold a caucus to elect delegate to the 2018 Massachusetts Democratic Convention, see additional details here.

10:30AM I Piccoli Lettori. Join I AM Books at 189 North Street for it’s Italian reading group for children ages 0-4.

6:00PM Book Presentation: Roseanne Montillo – “Fire on the Track”. Join I AM Books at 189 North Street for a vivid reading of “Fire on the Track”.

 

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