Today is Monday, June 24 with the weather heating up, the BCYF Mirabella Pool along with other outdoor pools in Boston are creating a summer ‘oasis’ for residents, read more about it on the Boston Globe.
Here’s what you need to know for the week ahead…
Ground Broken for One Congress: Boston’s 600-Foot Tall Office Tower to House Headquarters of State Street Corp.
Another new fixture will be added to the Boston skyline as construction has officially begun at One Congress. The 600-foot tall tower will house the future headquarters of State Street Corporation, read more on Boston Real Estate Times.
Saint Padre Pio Procession:
Plan Your Events with the Community Calendar:
Tuesday, June 25
4:00PM Public Hearing: Efforts to Combat Summer Violence. Members of the public are invited to the Iannella Chamber in City Hall to testify on a hearing regarding efforts to combat summer violence in the city, see additional details here.
7:00PM Cruise Boston Harbor at Sunset from Rowes Wharf. Enjoy a memorable summer sunset riverboat cruise on Boston Harbor and support the Boston Harbor Fireworks Fund. Tickets are $20. See additional details and ticket information here.
Wednesday, June 26
5:30PM Musical Film: Down to Earth at the North End Library. Stop by 25 Parmenter Street for musical films featuring the choreography of Jack Cole, see additional details here.
6:00PM Harborfront Neighborhood Alliance Lecture of Chapter 91. Stop by Atlantic Wharf on the 2nd floor where Harborfront Neighborhood Alliance Presents In partnership with Boston Harbor Now and Conservation Law Foundation a discussion on becoming a more effective advocate for accessible waterfront development in your neighborhood and learn about Chapter 91 – Mass. Public Waterfront Act, see additional information here.
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