Today is Friday, April 26 and if you’re a pickle fan then you’re in luck – On Saturday, June 22nd, the Boston Pickle Fair is back for its second year, and ready to celebrate all things pickled. This is a big dill! Read more about the event here.
Here’s what else you need to know for this weekend…
1:00PM Friday Films at the North End Library. Join the North End Library in April and May for their Friday Films series: Women’s Pictures: When Women Ruled the Movie Box Office, curated and introduced by Professor Barry Marshall. This week’s film is Stella Dallas, see additional details here.
7:00PM Taste of the North End. This year’s TONE will take place inside the Steriti Rink at 561 Commercial Street. Sample foods from the North End’s finest at the Taste of the North End where you’ll get a chance to sample pasta, cheese, signature dishes, pastries and more from 35 of the North End’s best restaurants and vendors. KISS-108 and NESN’s Dining Playbook host Billy Costa will emcee the evening, see additional details here.
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Plan your events with the Community Calendar:
Saturday, April 27
10:00AM Independent Bookstore Day. Join I AM Books at 189 North Street and celebrate Independent Bookstore Day.
12:00PM Create Your Own “Changing Course” Bottle Fish at Boston Harbor Pop-Up Gallery. All are invited to participate in Changing Course, a collaborative art installation at the Boston Harbor Pop-up Gallery at 226 Causeway Street. Changing Course takes an innovative approach to recycling by using plastic water bottles collected from the region’s beaches and waterfront to create an artistic representation of marine life, see additional details here.
6:00PM IAWA Literary Reading and Open Mic. Join I AM Books at 189 North Street for the Italian American Writers Association and open mic.
Sunday, April 28
Opening Day for NEAA. Stop by Langone Park at 529-543 Commercial Street for the opening day for the North End Athletic Association.
12:00PM CreateYour Own “Changing Course” Bottle Fish at Boston Harbor Pop -Up Gallery. Changing Course takes an innovative approach to recycling by using plastic water bottles collected from the region’s beaches and waterfront to create an artistic representation of marine life, see additional details here.
1:00PM Ariel’s Honey Infusions at Shake the Tree. Taste small batch raw honey from Vermont, infused with organic herbs and spices. 67 Salem Street.
1:30PM Sixth Annual Walk Against Genocide. On April 28, the Massachusetts Coalition to Save Darfur annual Walk Against Genocide will begin at the New England Holocaust Memorial and conclude at the Park with featured speakers on genocides during the 20th and 21st centuries.
3:30PM Nati per Leggere – Children’s reading in Italian. Join I AM Books at 189 North Street for Lettura bimbi (4-8 anni) in italiano! Il tema sara’ “le parole”. La maestra ha disegnato un grande albero pieno di parole: i bambini ne scelgono una ciascuno. Chi si nasconde nella tana? E cosa puoi fare con due nasi? Dopo la lettura, i bimbi aiuteranno a creare un albero in cartoncino con parole che i bambini possono scegliere, scrivendo e creando a voce una storia in comune.
From the Community:
American Rhino, the mission-based apparel, footwear and accessories brand, dedicated to raising awareness and funds for ground conservation efforts to protect African wildlife, is hosting its first annual Safari in the City Live Auction & Charity Gala on Saturday, May 4, 2019 at Faneuil Hall Marketplace, continue reading.
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