Today is Monday, July 22 and here’s everything you need to know for the week ahead!

12:00PM BCYF Summer Fun Workshops – Community Band Workshop Series. Stop by the Paul Revere Mall for a free general kids music workshop lead by NEMPAC faculty.

1:00PM BCYF Summer Fun Workshops – Community Band Workshop Series. Stop by the Paul Revere Mall for a free general kids music workshop lead by NEMPAC faculty.

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6:00PM Summer Fitness Series: Zumba. Stop by Christopher Columbus Park for the summer fitness series. Today’s class will be Zumba in the park, see additional details here.

Notable News:

Police Release Photos of Man, Woman Sought in North End Arson Fire

Boston Police are asking for help identifying a man and woman who may be connected with a fire at 241 Hanover Street. Anyone with information is strongly urged to contact Fire Investigations Unit Detectives, see additional information here.

St. Anthony’s Grand Procession circa 1938:

Plan your events with the Community Calendar.

Tuesday, July 23

12:00PM Boston ADA Celebration. Stop by City Hall Plaza for a free event for all ages and abilities to celebrate the 29th anniversary of the American with Disabilities Act. The public is invited to join for: – Food – Music – Resource Fair – Friends, and – Fun ASL and CART provided. For additional accommodation requests, call 617-635-3682 or e-mail disability@boston.gov.

2:00PM Court Hearing DEP vs. Commercial Wharf E Condo Association at Suffolk County Superior Court – 3 Pemberton Square. This hearing will include oral arguments by Commercial Wharf East Condominium Association (CWECA) and Seth Scholfield from the AG’s office representing the DEP (Mass. Dept. of Environmental Protection). The court will hear arguments from the parties, but the public will not be able to testify.

6:00PM SCANZONATI | JAZZ IN THE PARK 2019 – NEMPAC Summer Series on the Greenway. Scanzonati performs during this third week of jazz by combining charming and soulful vocal textures with sophisticated harmonies and arrangements to present incredibly rich and well-written Italian music infused with Mediterranean lyrical finesse, see additional information here.

Wednesday, July 24

6:00PM Old North Speaker Series: Sweethearts at Sea at the Old North Church. Speaker Amanda Goodheart Parks presents Sweethearts at Sea: Love and Marriage in the New England Whaling Industry, see additional information and ticket details here.

7:00PM North End Movie Nights: Uncle Drew. Movies will be shown on Wednesdays in July and August at The Gassy / DeFilippo Playground on Prince Street. Pizza will be served at 7 p.m. and movies begin at dark. This week’s movie will be Uncle Drew, see additional information here.

7:00PM Dorothy Curran Concert Series: Charlie Thomas’ Drifters. The Dorothy Curran Wednesday Night Concert Series returns from July 17 to August 14 for another season of outdoor music for fans of all ages on City Hall Plaza with a tribute to Chicago, the classic soul of Charlie Thomas’ Drifters, an evening of Motown funk, and the grand finale featuring the legendary Tavares.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. I love this photo! No, T. Mobile, there was no such thing as computers then, nor colored t.v. People dressed so nice back then. Life was less complicated than today.

    • I remember during the Sunday Feasts as the Saints were carried through the neighborhood there would be woman each holding a section of a bedsheet to catch the coins that were tossed from the windows usually from elderly woman as the Saint passed by. It was a great time.

      • MichaelD Idk if you heard of the Newton feast St Mary of Carmen but the candelit procession at 10PM takes you back to the old NE days old ladies singing amazing while holding the candles.

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