Things to know for Tuesday
Today is Tuesday, August 28. Here’s a joke to brighten your morning:
“A man and his 9-year-old son recently caught a 34-inch striped bass off Boston’s Sargent’s Wharf. It’s the largest creature hauled in from the harbor since a fisherman hooked a former Whitey Bulger business associate!” – Ben Alper, North Ender and Comedy Writer.
Here’s what else you need to know for today…
6:00PM Farm-to-KITCHEN Cooking Class: Classic Greek Flavors. The KITCHEN at the Boston Public Market is honored to welcome James Beard Award Winner and Top Chef Masters contestant Chef Jody Adams for a very special hands-on cooking experience. In Chef Adams’ class, attendees will learn to make traditional Greek cuisine, see additional details here.
Nighthawks are not hawks, but are in the same family as whip-poor-wills.“[T]hey are very common in cities, where they will be seen any summer day toward dusk flying, skimming, sailing, and swooping over the tops of the buildings, upon the gravel roofs of which they often lay their eggs. They nest generally on rocky hillsides or in open woods, laying their two eggs upon the top of a flat rock,” read more of Ted Watt’s experience seeing Nighthawks in the North End on the Daily Hampshire Gazette.
My First Feast:
Plan your events with the Community Calendar:
Thursday, August 30
10:00AM Gentle Yoga at Christopher Columbus Park. Stop by Christopher Columbus Park for a free yoga class to help expand your mental and physical being.
8:30PM Fireworks Over Boston Harbor. Brought to you by the Boston Harbor Fireworks Fund, which is administered by the Friends of Christopher Columbus Park, Boston Harbor Now and the Wharf District Council with the support of harbor-wide businesses and generous sponsors, see additional details.
From the Community:
After dark lantern tours of the Freedom Trail will be offered at 7 p.m. this fall on Thursdays from September 20 through October 25, and Saturdays from October 6 through October 27, continue reading.
Dr. Tiffany Chang, Conductor of the New England Repertory Orchestra (NERO) and Music Director for the North End Music & Performing Arts Center (NEMPAC) Opera Project, is the 2017-18 winner of The American Prize in Conducting in the community opera division, continue reading.
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