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Weekend Brief: Little Groove Concert, ABCD Pasquetta Party, Friday Film Series, NEMPAC Auditions

Things to know for Friday

Today is Friday, April 6th and if you’re looking for some new reading, North End Native Dom Capossela recently launched a new existential blog called The Existential Auto Trip.

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

11:00AM Little Groove Concert at the North End Library. Join the North End Library at 25 Parmenter Street as children are invited to interact with parachutes, puppets, instruments and more as they learn and play in a fun musical environment.

12:30PM ABCD North End / West End Service Center Pasquetta Party. Maria Stella Gulla, ABCD North End / West End NSC Director, invites community members to their Pasquetta (Spring) party at their offices on 1 Michelangelo Street. Please call 617-523-8125 to reserve seating.

2:00PM Friday Film Series: Mrs. Miniver. Join the North End Library at 25 Parmenter Street for their Friday film series featuring Mrs. Miniver. See a full listing of the series here.

6:00PM NEMPAC Youth Troupe Auditions – NEMPAC Opera Project. NEMPAC is seeking 8 young performers ages 9-13 to audition for Don Giovanni under the direction of Rebecca Miller. Auditions will take place at 9 Hull Street. To sign up for an audition, please email Allie Meek at ameek@nempacboston.com, see additional details here.

Notable News Found Elsewhere:

Best Breakfast in Boston

For whatever type of morning you’re having, Zagat has compiled a list of the best breakfast places in Boston, featuring the North End’s own North Street Grille. See the full list on Zagat.

Zakim Bridge Sunsets:

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Plan your events with the Community Calendar:

Saturday, April 7

10:30AM I Piccoli Lettori.  Join I AM Books at 189 North Street for its Italian reading group for children ages 0-4. Kids will have the opportunity to engage in multiple readings and games for a fun morning of Italian language learning. For more information contact info@iambooksboston.com or call 857-263-7655.

11:00AM Dog Licensing at RUFF Dog Park. Did you know that it is a requirement by the City of Boston and RUFF to license your dog in order to use the dog park? RUFF makes it easy by allowing you to register online or stop by the park at Prince Street and Snow Hill on April 7th. Proof of rabies vaccination required as well as a check or money order payment of up to $30.

1:00PM Creative Kitchens Tour of Beacon Hill & Back Bay. This year’s tour offers a look at kitchens from cozy country to sleek contemporary in eight Beacon Hill and Back Bay 19th century townhouses. A reception will follow at 84 Beacon Street. Purchase tickets for the tour and reception by calling 617-723-9713.

Sunday, April 8

7:00AM Reconfiguration of Abstract Sculpture. There will be a reconfiguration of the Abstract Sculpture at the Armenian Heritage Park on the Greenway, see additional details here.

From the Community:

North End Resident Andrea Clavijo to Run Boston Marathon for St. Francis House

North End resident, Andrea Clavijo, will be running this year’s Boston Marathon in support of the Francis House. Clavijo first heard about the opportunity to join the team through a colleague who happened to be a staunch advocate for the mission of St. Francis House, continue reading.

NF Northeast’s 19th Annual Table for TEN

On April 11, Neurofibromatosis Northeast (NF Northeast) will celebrate the NF community and its supporters at their 19th annual Table for TEN charitable dining event, continue reading.

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

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