Daily Briefs

Wednesday’s Brief: Author Event, Friends of the North End Library Meeting, North End from New Heights

Things to know for Wednesday

Today is Wednesday, April 11 and as if you didn’t have enough reason to stop by the new North End hot spot, City Winery, Massmouth is now teaming up with the new comer restaurant and music club to bring a new storytelling series – “Riff: Song-Inspired Stories”, continue reading

Here’s what else you need to know for the day…

6:00PM Author Event: Karen McManus. Join the North End Teen Book Club at 25 Parmenter Street as author Karen McManus discusses her New York Times bestseller “One of Us is Lying”.

6:30PM Friends of the North End Library Meeting. There will be a meeting for the Friends of the North End Library at 25 Parmenter Street.

Notable News:

North End Map CNC Milling Completed

A+J Art+Design has a milled map of the North End in their studio and is adding sculptured features to the map including trees, architectural details, water adn boats around the wharves and local landmarks like the Paul Revere equestrian monument as well as other sides along the Freedom Trail, read more from A+J Art+Design.

North End from New Heights:

Life is good living this close to Boston! #gordonmoments photo by @nate__mac

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Plan your events with the Community Calendar:

Thursday, April 12

10:00AM Public Hearing Regarding the Greenway Business Improvement District. The Boston City Council will hold a hearing in the Iannella Chamber at City Hall on the fifth floor to discuss the Greenway Business Improvement District (BID), see additional details here.

12:30PM Let me Tell You A Story at the West End Library. Join the West End Library at 151 Cambridge Street for the rare pleasure of being read to as an adult. Feel free to take a break from your work day and bring your own lunch to enjoy.

3:45PM 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 a variety of techniques to create projects while learning about the artists and cultures that use these methods. Register in advance by calling 617-227-8135.

6:00PM FOCCP Membership Social. Join the Friends of Christopher Columbus Park at The Living Room at 101 Atlantic Ave and learn more about the organization while meeting new people and enjoying delicious food. Members can attend for free and non-members can pay a fee of $10.

7:00PM NEWRA Monthly Meeting. Join the North End Waterfront Residents Association for their monthly meeting at the Nazzaro Center located at 30 North Bennet Street. See the agenda and additional details here.

Friday, April 13

11:00AM Meet the Musicians & Story time. Join the North End Library at 25 Parmenter Street for a special series of story time with Ms. Alyson & NEMPAC. Each week all ages are welcome to share a craft and meet a new artist and their instrument.

2:00PM Friday Film Series: All the King’s Men. Join the North End Library at 25 Parmenter Street for their Friday film series featuring All the King’s Men, see additional details here.

From the Community:

The Boston Public Market Debuts “Chef Hero” Program

The Boston Public Market (BPM) will debut its “Chef Hero” program this month, inviting local chefs to partner with BPM vendors and engage with customers during monthly pop-up sampling events sourcing BPM-sourced ingredients, continue reading.

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