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Monday’s Brief: Concert Club Plans, Trellis Lighting, Tuba Christmas Concert, Santa Paws

Things to know for Monday

Today is Monday, November 19 and here’s everything you need to know for the week ahead…

5:30PM Trellis Lighting at Columbus Park. The Friends of Christopher Columbus Park, Mayor Walsh, and the Boston Parks and Recreation Department will come together for this 16th annual celebration. The park’s 260 feet of trellis will be illuminated by 50,000 blue lights along with fourteen decorated trees on the waterfront, see additional details here.

Notable News Found Elsewhere:

Major concert club planned for near North Station

Next Fall, Big Night Entertainment and Live Nation plan to open a concert venue at the Hub on Causeway called “Big Night Live” and will accommodate about 1,500 for a live performance and 2,000 people total, read more on the Boston Globe.

Ready or Not – Winter is Here:


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From the Community:

Annual Boston Tuba Christmas Concert at Faneuil Hall November 24

Over 150 tubas players will serenade the crowd with holiday classics at this free, public concert, presented by the Harvey Phillips Foundation, continue reading.

Santa Paws is Coming to the North End!

Stop by the North End Dog Park (DeFilippo Park) on Saturday, December 1 and visit with Santa, continue reading.

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Keep up with what’s happening on the Events Calendar.

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