Things to know for Friday
Today is Friday, June 22 and here’s everything you need to know for this weekend…
11:00AM Little Groove Concert at the North End Library. Join the North End Library at 25 Parmenter Street for an interactive event for children who can learn in a musical environment.
11:00AM Game Day on the Greenway. Join Yasso Greek Yogurt for a three lane bungee run, QB tosses, basketball and the Yasso sampling truck at Rowes Wharf Plaza.
1:00PM Friday Films: The Paranoid Style. Join the North End Library at 25 Parmenter Street for their Friday film series featuring The Paranoid Style. This week’s movie is “The Conversation”, see additional details here.
4:00PM NEMPAC Dance Recitals. Join NEMPAC at the Improv Aslym on Hanover Street for the summer dance recital.
5:30PM Bike the Cycle Track with Boston Bikes. Join the Boston Bikes team for a Connect Historic Boston (CHB) bike ride along the city’s cycle track with some project updates explained along the way, see additional details here.
6:00PM Donna Summer Roller Disco Party at City Hall Plaza. This annual, family-friendly celebrates Boston-born disco legend Donna Summer. The event includes music, performances, and of course, roller skating! Learn more here.
6:00PM Lorenzo Petruzziello – Love Fool: A Rome-antic Comedy. Join I AM Books at 189 North Street for author Lorenzo Petruzziello’s presentation of his debut novel.
CLF plans suit to overturn new zoning that allows skyscrapers on harbor’s edge
The Conservation Law Foundation filed notice that it will sue to overturn a new zoning plan for the decision to allow a 600-foot tower to be built at the site of Harbor Garage, read more from the Boston Globe.
Harbor Towers board to sue state over tower planned next door
The Harbor Towers board of trustees have taken the first steps toward suing the state over its approval of a 600-foot tower at the site of the Harbor Garage at 270 Atlantic Ave, read more on Boston Business Journal.
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Plan your events with the Community Calendar:
Saturday, June 23
11:00AM British Car Show. Stop by the West End of Faneuil Hall to check out a variety of unique, antique cars and chat with their owners.
5:30PM North End Athletic Association All-Star Game. Join the North End Athletic Association (NEAA) for their annual Youth Major’s All-Star game at Langone Park, 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.
Sunday, June 24
1:00PM North 2 South Baseball Classic. Join representative Aaron Michelwitz as he sponsor’s the annual North 2 South Baseball Classic at Langone Park, see additional details here.
2:00PM Padre Pio Procession at St. Leonard Church. The Saint Padre Pio Procession will start at St. Leonard Church, Hanover & Prince Streets, see additional details here.
2:00PM Caramel Tasting with McCrea’s Candies. Join Shake the Tree for a free caramel tasting with McCrea’s Candies at 67 Salem Street.
4:00PM Concert: Newpoli – An Acoustic Evening. Join I AM Books at 189 North Street for an intimate acoustic set with Boston-based Newpoli, see additional details here.
From the Community:
Bike the Cycle Track with Boston Bikes!
Join the Boston Bikes team for a Connect Historic Boston (CHB) bike ride along the city’s cycle track on Friday, June 22, continue reading.
North End Resident Works on the Future of 3D Printing
North End resident Matthew Pearlson recently won an award for his work on The Foam Printing Project, which focuses on using lightweight foam for 3D printing, continue reading.
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