Things to know for Wednesday
Today is Wednesday, November 7 and the holiday season is just weeks away. The Freedom Trail Foundation will be hosting 90-minute historic holiday strolls along the Freedom Trail beginning Thursday November 15 through January 2019, continue reading.
Here’s what else you need to know for today…
After bringing Sicilian-style pasta and seafood to the Seaport for the past 16 years, The Daily Catch closed it’s waterfront location, leaving two remaining locations in Brookline and on Hanover Street in the North End, read more on Boston.com.
Celebrating Your Vote:
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11/6/2018 Boston’s North End — Did you know that the U S of A and I have the same birthplace? (ok some of you will contest the accuracy there but go for it, haha). I’m writing this from the tiny lil neighborhood my Sicilian ancestors immigrated to 100 years ago. I’m blocks from my where my great grand parents got married, as well as where my grandfather was born. So it’s fitting that on this Election Day 2018 to celebrate my #vote with a cannoli. The convergence of my European heritage and my American pride. My ancestors came here for a better life and for the ideals and many beautiful facets of “freedom” – how could I not vote? Regardless of who’s in the White House I am proud to be an American. #thankyou to all my immigrant ancestors who envisioned a better life for us generations later. Let’s protect this beautiful country. Let’s vote. Proud to be 🇺🇸🇮🇹🇨🇦🇬🇧🇵🇱🇷🇺
Plan your events with the Community Calendar:
Thursday, November 8
12:30PM Let Me Tell You A Story at West End Library. Stop by the West End Library at 151 Cambridge Street on the second Thursday of every month for story time.
3:00PM City Council Hearing on Speculation in Housing Market. Stop by the Curley Room at City Hall for a hearing regarding speculation in the Boston housing market. The Chair of the Committee is Councilor Lydia Edwards and the Sponsor is also Councilor Lydia Edwards. Members of the public are cordially invited to attend. Public comment is subject to the discretion of the Chair, see additional details here.
6:00PM NEWRA Monthly Meeting. This month’s NEWRA meeting will be held at the Pilot House at Lewis Wharf. It will be an abbreviated meeting from 6 p.m. to 6:45 p,.m. followed by the Fall Party, see additional details here.
6:45PM Annual NEWRA Party. Come celebrate autumn with the North End / Waterfront Residents’ Association at The Pilot House. Curious about how to get involved with your neighborhood? Come and find out about NEWRA. Non-members, friends and neighbors welcome, see additional details here.
7:00PM Diplomacy and Intrigue in the Arctic. Stop by the Simons IMAX Theater and learn about how the Arctic region is undergoing profound changes, driven primarily by a warming climate, see additional details here.
Friday, November 9
1:00PM Friday Films at the North End Library: Pre-Code Hollywood. Stop by the North End Library at 25 Parmenter Street for their Friday film series featuring Pre-Code Hollywood films, see additional details here.
6:00PM Religious Festive Practices in Boston’s North End. Augusto Ferraiuolo examines the many religious festivals in the Italian American community of Boston’s North End at I AM Books. In his book Religious Festive Practices in the North End, Ferraiuolo uses interviews, participant observation, and visual data, to create a vivid picture of how, over the course of a summer season, a number of religious festive practices are organized by multiple, overlapping, and, to some extent, competing voluntary organizations.
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