Daily Briefs

Thursday’s Brief: Story Time, Fiber Arts, NEWRA Meeting Cancelled

Things to know for Thursday

Today is Thursday, March 8 and if you’re looking to make a move sometime soon, here’s some research on some of Boston’s mid-priced neighborhoods and how wide their price tags range. 

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

12:30PM Let Me Tell You A Story at West End Library. Join the West End Library at 151 Cambridge Street for the rare pleasure of being read to as an adult. Enjoy a break from your work day and join the library for a reading of a short story or two.

3:45 PM Fiber Arts at the North End Library. Join the North End Library at 25 Parmenter Street as children ages 7 to 10 are invited to participate in an exclusive 7-week Fiber Arts Class. Please register in advance by calling 617-227-8135.


Notable News Found Elsewhere:

Beneath an Outhouse, a 19th Century Brothel’s Secrets Are Revealed

Through piecing together historical documents and archaeological finds from the North End, Boston University graduate student Jade Luiz has been reconstructing the lives of women who participated in sex work in the mid-1800s. Read more on Discover Magazine.

North End Nor’Easter:

Plan your events with the Community Calendar:

Friday, March 9

2:00PM Friday Film Series: Annie Hall. Join the North End Library at 25 Parmenter Street for their Friday Film Series featuring Woody Allen’s semi-autobiographical portrait of his relationship with co-star Diane Keaton in Annie Hall, see additional details here.

Saturday, March 10

6:00PM Book Presentation: Villa Astor, Paradise Restored on the Amalfi Coast. Join I AM Book at 189 North Street for a lecture that will trace the extraordinary life of one of the world’s most enigmatic tycoons and the splendid houses, art collections, and gardens he created, all featured in Curt DiCamillo’s 2017 book; Villa Astor: Paradise Restored on the Amalfi Coast.

From the Community:

Famous Women from Boston’s North End

Join the North End Library at 25 Parmenter Street and local historian Alex Goldfeld for an illustrated presentation about North End women who have made contributions to the history of Boston, continue reading.

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

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