Daily Briefs

Monday’s Brief: RED SOX WIN!!! – Alternative to Tourist Traps, Story Time

Things to know for Monday

Today is Monday, October 29 and THE RED SOX WON THE WORLD SERIES!! Warm up the duck boats – the city is ready to celebrate. 

Here’s what else you need to know for the week ahead…

10:30AM Storytime at the North End Library. Join Ms. Alyson at 25 Parmenter Street for a story time filled with books, songs, activities, and more. Please come prepared to engage with your child.

Notable News:

12 great alternatives to Boston tourist traps

No matter what time of year it is, Boston is no stranger to tourists who love to stop by the classic landmarks and restaurants. Boston.com has pulled together a list of the 12 best alternatives to the most touristy restaurants, markets and monuments – including some North End favorites. Read more on Boston.com.

Red Sox Win World Series!


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Plan your events with the Community Calendar:

Tuesday, October 30

11:00AM City Council Hearing on Boston’s Gas Infrastructure. Members of the public are invited to attend an order for a hearing to examine the safety of the City of Boston’s gas infrastructure, the prevention of dangerous gas leaks and preparedness for emergency response, see additional details here.

4:00PM Edible Haunted Houses: Teen Edition at the North End Library. Teens are invited to get in the Halloween spirit and join us as we make our own delicious Haunted Houses to take home! Students in grades 8 and up are invited to join at 25 Parmenter Street.

6:30PM An Evening with “Inside The Combat Zone” Author Stephanie Schorow. The West End Museum is hosting an evening with Stephanie Schorow at 150 Staniford Street, author of “Inside The Combat Zone: The Stripped Down Story of Boston’s Most Notorious Neighborhood”, see additional details here.

7:00PM Aquarium Lecture Series: The President’s and the People’s Fish. Catherine Schmitt, author of The President’s Salmon; and the Honorable Madonna Soctomah, former Passamaquoddy Tribal Representative with the Maine State Legislature and St. Croix International Waterway Commissioner will present at this aquarium lecture series, see additional details here.

Wednesday, October 31

9:00AM NEWMA Halloween Party. Join the Nazzaro Center at 30 N Bennet Street for their Halloween Party. Wear your orange and black and come party before trick or treating! Kids can decorate a Halloween sugar cookie, make a craft and play some games.

3:00PM North End Neighborhood Halloween Party at the Nazzaro Center. ROC Teen Saturday hosts theNorth End Neighborhood Halloween Party with the BCYF Nazzaro Community Center and The North End Music & Performing Arts Center (NEMPAC). Volunteers needed! Please contact NEMPAC at info@nempacboston.org to sign up or call the Nazzaro Center at (617) 635-5166.

3:30PM Neighborhood Trick-or-Treating. The North End Waterfront Mothers’ / Fathers’ Association is again sponsoring neighborhood Trick-or-Treating for children. Participating businesses will display a Teal Pumpkin flyer in their window, see additional details here.

10:00PM 3rd Annual Halloween Party. Join Trattoria ll Panino at 11 Parmenter Street and 280 Hanover Street for their] 3rd annual Halloween party.

From the Community:

Rescheduled to Nov. 3: “Step On It!”, A Sidewalk Scavenger Hunt In Downtown Boston

Hosted by WalkBoston and cosponsored by the Downtown Boston Business Improvement District (BID) and MP Boston, continue reading.

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