Things to know for Wednesday
Today is Wednesday, August 1 and this past weekend an invasive species was spotted in the North End. Bird rental scooters are supposed to stay out of Boston, at least for now… read more on Universal Hub.
Here’s what else you need to know for today…
7:00PM North End Movie Night at the Gassey (DiFilippo Playground). There will be a free movie night brought to you by the Boston Community Collaborative at the Prince Street Park, see additional details here.
A 55-year-old artist and teacher at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design has an idea that could help crack the code for dealing with slavery’s legacy in modern Boston, read more on this Boston Globe Editorial.
Conference Committee Bill Passes:
Proud to report that today both the House and the Senate passed our conference committee bill on Regulating and Insuring Short-Term Rentals, including Airbnb, which will generate at least $50 million in revenue and we will be the first state in the nation to attach Short-Term Rental funding to affordable housing!! Thank you to all those that helped us get to this point over the last 4 years!! #mapoli #bospoli #airbnb
Plan your events with the Community Calendar:
Thursday, August 2
10:00AM ParkArts Arts & Crafts. Join ParkArts Arts and Crafts at Christopher Columbus Waterfront Park for children ages 3-10. Register at firstname.lastname@example.org.
10:00AM Gentle Yoga at Christopher Columbus Park. Stop by Christopher Columbus Park for free gentle yoga and other fitness classes all summer long in neighborhood parks.
7:00PM Movies at the Marketplace: Chicago. Faneuil Hall Marketplace presents “Movies at the Marketplace” every Thursday this summer beginning July 26 through August 16. The West End of the Marketplace will be transformed into an outdoor movie theatre where visitors will have the opportunity to enjoy free movies with pre-show activities starting at 7:00pm and movies beginning at dusk.
Friday, August 3
From the Community:
Continuing its mission of eradicating melanoma in our communities, the Children’s Melanoma Prevention Foundation (CMPF) recently set up an information booth for residents and tourists at the Boston Harbor Islands Welcome Center on The Rose Kennedy Greenway, continue reading.
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