Things to know for Tuesday…

Today is Tuesday, June 19 and you should mark your calendars now for the Friends of the North End 46th reunion on September 15th at the Sons of Italy Hall at 117 Swanton Street in Winchester, continue reading

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

9:00AM Eliot School End of Year Celebration at Faneuil Hall. The Eliot School will gather at Faneuil Hall to celebrate the end of the year with dancing, singing and performances.

5:00PM Wharf District Council Meeting. There will be a wharf district council meeting at 30 Rowes Wharf.

7:00PM RUFF Monthly Meeting. Join RUFF at the Nazzaro Community Center for their monthly meeting to plan upcoming events, fundraisers and park maintenance.

8:00PM The Coolidge at The Greenway Movie Night – Rear Window. The Greenway has partnered with Coolidge Corner Theatre to bring three classic movie features to the Wharf District Parks! Bring your chairs and blankets on over to enjoy a FREE outdoor screening of Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window under the evening sky.

Notable News:

North-South rail link would cost $12b, maybe much more, study estimates

A study shows that connecting the North and South train stations in Boston by tunnel would cost at least $12 billion, possibly as high as $21.5 billion. Government officials have declined to take a position on the proposed project showing Big-Digs-level costs, continue reading on the Boston Globe.

Boston Fire responded to a fire on Margaret Street on Monday night:

Photo credit: Tania Green

Plan your events with the Community Calendar:

Wednesday, June 20

5:00PM Tea & Tranquility at the Armenian Heritage Park. For first time walkers, an introduction to walking the labyrinth at 5:30pm. Then an early evening meet/greet, walk the labyrinth and enjoy Tea & Desserts hosted by The Bostonian Hotel & MEM TEA Imports. RSVP to hello@ArmenianHeritagePark.org.

6:30PM Adult Book Discussion Club. Join the North End Library at 25 Parmenter Street for an adult book discussion of the book “Lincoln in the Bardo”, see additional details here.

Thursday, June 21

10:00AM Gentle Yoga at Christopher Columbus Park. Gentle Yoga is hosting free fitness classes in the North End this summer including yoga in Christopher Columbus Park.

5:30PM NEMPAC Pre-Reception for Donors. Join the North End Music & Performing Arts Center for the opening night reception and opera featuring Mozart’s “Don Giovanni” at the Great Hall in Faneuil Hall.

6:00PM Spectacle on Spectacle Island. To honor Bud Ris, there will be ferry service to and from spectacle island followed by a brief speaking program and firework display, see additional details here.

7:30PM NEMPAC 2018 Opera Project: Don Giovanni. Join the North End Music & Performing Arts Center at Faneuil Hall’s Great Hall for their performance of Mozart’s “Don Giovanni”, see additional details here.

9:00PM Fireworks over Spectacle Island. As part of a Boston Harbor Now event, there will be fireworks over Spectacle Island.

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

Weather Forecast:

Partly Cloudy
Friday
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Partly cloudy. Lows overnight in the mid 30s.
High 45° / Low 35°
Clear
Saturday
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Clear
Sunny, along with a few afternoon clouds. High 48F. Winds W at 10 to 20 mph.
High 48° / Low 33°
Partly Cloudy
Sunday
Sun-11/18/18 10%
Partly Cloudy
Sunshine and clouds mixed. High near 40F. Winds WNW at 5 to 10 mph.
High 40° / Low 35°

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6 COMMENTS

  1. when I was a kid growing up in the north end , the train used to go by and park on commercial st in front of my house this was in the 50″s and also the “L” went to south station via commercial st. and atlantic ave.

    • Tony Strabone- I missed the elvated days note I’m was born in 1998 so I remember the Green Line going by my window every day, but for you that’s amazing too bad it’s gone now these days.

  2. Charles Maniscalco I left out that the “L” was not there it had been torn down before me .I just wanted to mention that it did.

  3. 12 to 21.5 bill, lot of butt covering in the estimate, plus no mention of time to completion. With the fares increasing and ridership on the T decreasing, it will be hard to justify the cost. Plus, getting the federal tax payer to fund something like after the Big Dig, well that will be hard to put over again.

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