Today is Monday, March 25 and here’s what you need to know for the week ahead…

5:45PM A Revolutionary Harbor: Boston Harbor’s Resiliency. Join Rebecca Herst and Lucy Lockwood from UMass Boston with host Marc Albert from the National Parks of Boston to explore how the harbor, islands, and waterfront can be a living laboratory where science and society change along with the coastlines, see additional details here.

Notable News:

Tenants Evacuated From Building Allowed to Grab Belongings

Almost a week after the building at 464 Hanover Street was evacuated due to structural concerns, residents were allowed back in for a brief window of 10 minutes each to grab as many belongings as possible for the time the they will have to spend in other housing for at least three months, read more on NECN.com.

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Copp’s Hill:

Plan your events with the Community Calendar:

Tuesday, March 26

3:00PM Public Hearing on School Safety & Security Measures. Members of the public are cordially invited to attend and testify at a hearing to analyze the safety and security measures taken to protect school environments from threatening situations in the Iannella Chamber at 1 City Hall Square on the 5th floor.

7:00PM Zoning, Licensing & Construction Committee Meeting at 11 North Square. This month’s agenda features an appeal for a new six-story mixed-use building at the former Prince Postale location at the corner of Salem and Prince Streets. There is also a renewal application for open air parking licenses for the lots at 280-290 Commercial Street and 181 N. Washington Street.

Wednesday, March 27

6:30PM Author Talk: Karen McManus at the North End Library. Join author Karen McManus as she discusses writing and her new book Two Can Keep a Secret, see additional details here.

6:30PM Friends of Cutillo Park Meeting. The Friends of Cutillo Park hold their monthly meeting on the last Wednesday of the month at the Nazzaro Center, see additional details here.

6:30PM Italophile Book Club. I AM Books is offering a taste of Italy through the words of native authors and books that dive into the rich culture of the Italian peninsula. “We are family” by Fabio Bartolomei, the book that they will be discussing in the next meeting, is a heartwarming and inspiring postmodern fable, the story of a modern-day Peter Pan, his everyday miracles, and the bittersweet joys of life.

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