Daily Briefs

Thursday’s Brief: Special Walking Tour, Cancelled Events, Spring Fling, Make Something Right Concert

Things to know for Thursday

Today is Thursday, March 22 and today is the perfect day to be stuck inside with a good book. If you’re a part of the North End Teen Book Club it might even be the perfect day to catch up on Karen McManus’ New York Times bestseller One of Us is Lying. McManus will be at the North End Library discussing her book on April 11th, continue reading.

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

2:00PM Special Walking Tour: Boston and its Changing Landscape. Join the Old North Foundation at the Old North Church for a special walking tour examining the historic development of Boston’s ever changing landscape, purchase tickets here.

3:45PM CANCELLED Fiber Arts at the North End Library. Join the North End Library at 25 Parmenter Street where children ages 7-10 are invited to participate in Fiber Arts classes where they will practice a variety of techniques to create projects. Please register by calling 617-227-8135.

6:30PM Spring Fling for the Library at The Living Room. Join the North End Library at the Living Room restaurant at 101 Atlantic Ave for their spring fling featuring great food, fine music and raffles.

7:30PM Make Something Right Concert at Boston Harbor Community Church. Join the Boston Harbor Community Church at 9 Salutation Street for a night of music to benefit International Justice Mission, see additional details and ticket information here.

Notable News:

Mayor pulls proposed Airbnb regulations to allow more study

After seeing a potential fight with the City Council over Airbnb’s short-term rental regulations, Mayor Marty Walsh has decided to pull his proposed regulations to allow more study around the “important and complex” questions that have been raised, read more on Universal Hub.

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Plan your events with the Community Calendar:

Friday, March 23

2:00PM Friday Film Series: Casablanca. Join the North End Library at 25 Parmenter Street for their Friday film series featuring the 1942 classic Casablanca, see additional details here.

7:30PM “Jazz/Cabaret night” Bijou de la Vida Concert Series. This feature event of the Bijou de la Vida Concert Series will highlight some well-known cabaret, jazz, musical theatre and classic music at 390 Commercial Street, see additional details here.

Saturday, March 24

Greenway Carousel Opens for the Season!

10:30AM I Piccoli Lettori. Join I AM Books at 189 North Street for its Italian reading group for children ages 0-4 where kids and their parents will engage in a fun morning of Italian language and learning. Email info@iambooksboston.com or call 857-262-7665 for more information.

11:30AM Boston Harbor Now “Revelry & Revolution” Harbor Cruise. Enjoy sailing off of Long Wharf North on a harbor cruise highlighting the real history of Boston’s Evacuation Day, see additional details here.

11:30AM Faneuil Hall Easter Egg Hunt. The Faneuil Hall Marketplace will host its popular annual Easter Egg Scavenger Hunt where participants can pick up their basket and clue sheet outside the South Market, see additional details here.

From the Community:

Semi-Private Stretching & Strengthening Classes at Swiss Healing Center

There are only a couple of spots left for a semi-private stretching and strengthening classes at the Swiss Healing Center. Some previous experience may be required, continue reading.

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Keep up with what’s happening on the Events Calendar.

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