Daily Briefs

Tuesday’s Brief: FOCCP Boat Cruise, Greenway Double Feature, Fermentation Festival

Things to know for Tuesday

Today is Tuesday, August 21 and if you’re looking for a part-time job, Beacon Hill Athletic Club in Commercial Wharf West is looking for a new front desk/sales position to be filled, see additional details here

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

6:30PM FOCCP Annual Boat Cruise. Imagine an evening on the Harbor, under the stars … it’s waiting for you at FOCCP’s Annual Harbor Cruise. Invite a friend or neighbor and join us for complimentary hors d’oeuvres, a cash bar, 50/50 raffle and the chance to win over $1,000 in prizes, see additional details here.

8:00PM The Coolidge at The Greenway Movie Night – Double Feature. 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 double-feature screening of Revenge of the Creature and The Incredible Shrinking Man under the evening sky.

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Wednesday, August 22

7:30PM North End Movie Night at the Gassey (DeFilippo Playground). Stop by Prince Street Park for free pizza and Shrek beginning at dark, see additional details here.

7:30PM Sacco Vanzetti Commemoration Society Presents a Look at the 1920-1927 Case of Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti. The Sacco Vanzetti Commemoration Society with The Dante Alighieri Society of Cambridge presents a look at the 1920-1927 case of Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti at 41 Hampshire Street in Cambridge, see additional details here.

Thursday, August 23

Sacco & Vanzetti Execution Anniversary. On April 15, 1920, a double murder set off a sequence of events that led to the controversial, and later declared unjust, trial convictions of Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti. Their execution on August 23, 1927 is blamed on anti-Italian prejudice and fear of their anarchist political beliefs, read more.

St. Lucy’s Feast at Endicott & N. Margin Streets. Festivities begin Thursday evening at 5pm with the Feast of Santa Lucia, and continues all weekend with the Feast of Saint Anthony on Friday, Saturday & Sunday, see additional details here.

10:00AM Gentle Yoga at Christopher Columbus Park. Stop by Christopher Columbus Park for free fitness classes all summer long. This week’s class will be gentle yoga.

5:00PM Opening Ceremonies for Feast of Santa Lucia. Opening Ceremonies & Procession of the Feast of Santa Lucia – Exposition & blessing of the Statue of Santa Lucia and devotees. The Statue of Santa Lucia will then be brought in solemn procession through the streets of the North End accompanied by Italian street bands, flower girls and color guard.

7:30PM Under the August Moon. Stop by Armenian Heritage Park on the Greenway and meet/greet, network, walk the moonlit Labyrinth and enjoy refreshments. RSVP to hello@armenianheritagepark.org.

From the Community:

Fermentation Festival at the Boston Public Market

Join the Boston Public Market for the 6th annual Fermentation Festival on Sunday, August 26th, from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., continue reading.

Neighborhood Photo: Ray Bourque Attends Fisherman’s Feast

Ray Bourque, co-owner of Tresca and former Boston Bruins hockey player helped carry the Madonna del Soccorso during the Fisherman’s Feast’s grand procession this past weekend, see more here.

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