Today is Thursday, April 4 and the nicer weather is on its way! Be sure to check out Boston.com’s list of 10 things to do this weekend including the North End Shop and Nibble event, read more here.

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

Books in Bloom Spring Open House. Drop in during the Spring Open House for informal tours by the Friends of the North End Library to see our celebration of live flowers and to acquaint you with our unique library and learn about the many excellent services the library has to offer or just walk at your leisure among the beautiful bouquets, see additional details here.

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5:00PM North Street Grille Neighborhood Night. Join North Street Grille for their Neighborhood Night on the first Thursday of every night when 30% of all sales will go back to the neighborhood, see additional details here.

6:00PM International Poetry Night featuring Tino Villanueva. Stop by I AM Books at 189 North Street for an international night of poetry celebrating National Poetry Month. The evening will kick off with an open mic, welcoming poets to read in any language they prefer (a little explanation of poems in English will be appreciated!). The second half of the evening will be dedicated to the poetry of Tino Villanueva, with readings by the poet in English and Italian.

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Plan your events with the Community Calendar:

Friday, April 5

Books in Bloom Spring Open House. Drop in during the Spring Open House for informal tours by the Friends of the North End Library to see our celebration of live flowers and to acquaint you with our unique library and learn about the many excellent services the library has to offer or just walk at your leisure among the beautiful bouquets, see additional details here.

11:30AM Cooking Demonstration at ABCD Neighborhood Service Center. Join the ABCD North End / West End Neighborhood Service Center at 1 Michelangelo Street for a fun and interactive cooking demonstration by Lovin’ Spoonfuls. They will be replicating a healthy, hearty meal of barley risotto with chicken and vegetables in our kitchen for all participants to enjoy lunch afterward, see additional details here.

1:00PM Friday Film Series: Blacklisted. Join the North End Library for their Friday film series featuring Hollywood directors and writers before and after the blacklist. This week’s film is “Bridge on the River Kwai”, see the full line up here.

6:00PM International Poetry Night, featuring Tino Villanueva. Stop by I AM Books at 189 North Street for an international night of poetry celebrating National Poetry Month. The evening will kick off with an open mic, welcoming poets to read in any language they prefer (a little explanation of poems in English will be appreciated!). The second half of the evening will be dedicated to the poetry of Tino Villanueva, with readings by the poet in English and Italian.

Saturday, April 6

Books in Bloom Spring Open House. Drop in during the Spring Open House for informal tours by the Friends of the North End Library to see our celebration of live flowers and to acquaint you with our unique library and learn about the many excellent services the library has to offer or just walk at your leisure among the beautiful bouquets, see additional details here.

6:00PM Linda Cardillo – Love that Moves the Sun. Join I AM Books at 189 North Street where Linda Cardillo will be discussing her latest book Love that Moves the Sun.

From the Community:

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo at Tresca on May 1st

Tresca will host a special dinner on May 1st to celebrate Cinco de Mayo. The dinner will be paired with Casamigos Tequila, continue reading.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Beautiful Greenway photo!…It’s great to be able to see some of the downtown skyline from the North End; you can’t see it from the Seaport any longer!!! Of course, the majestic views from the water are the best possible! 🙂 🙂

  2. Hoping that the splendid view of the skyline from theNorth End Park stays that way!!
    The 7 story building proposed to be built on top of the Dock Sq Garage on Clinton St would be a very big blot on that view. Already been unanimously disapproved by the Design Commission. And should disapproved by all other oversight entities.

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