Today is Wednesday, August 28 and Boston’s busiest moving weekend is only a couple days away. We’ve got your complete guide to and eco-friendly September 1st in the North End, continue reading.

Here’s what you need to know for today…

3:30PM LEGO Club. Stop by the North End Library and work together or independently to build whatever you can imagine using the library’s LEGO collection. For kids ages 6-12.

5:15PM Eastie by Sea. [Note, this has been postponed until Friday, 5:15pm, due to the rain forecast] Join Friends of the Boston Harborwalk aboard the Patrick T. Kennedy at 10 New Street for a tour of East Boston’s waterfront. Space is limited, see additional information 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 information here.

7:00PM North End Movie Nights: The Princess Bride. 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, see additional information here.

Notable News:

Kevin Hart Spotted Filming New Movie In Boston Public Garden, Riding Swan Boat

Kevin Hart was spotted on the set of his new movie, Fatherhood, yesterday in the Boston Public Garden. The actor was seen on a swan boat ride for a scene in the movie which is set to release in 2020, read more on CBS Boston.

Cadet Training Through the North End (at 5am):

Our ship has come in! (5:00 am)

Posted by Meredith Piscitelli on Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Plan your events with the Community Calendar:

Thursday, August 29

10:30AM Yoga-Lates by Age Strong Commission. Stop by the North End Park for Yoga-Lates, see additional details and a full lineup of Greenway fitness classes here.

2:00PM Ozobots at the BPL. Teens and kids ages 8+ can visit the North End Library to practice programming and solve puzzles using ozobots, mini robots that follow paths and respond to color codes, see additional details here.

2:30PM Public Hearing on Excessive Noise. Members of the public are invited to attend and testify at a hearing in the Iannella Chamber at City Hall on excessive noise levels in the City of Boston, see additional details here.

8:30PM Fireworks Over Boston Harbor. Kick off Labor Day Weekend with a firework spectacle over Boston Harbor.

Friday, August 30

6:30AM Summer Fitness Series: Bootcamp. Stop by Christopher Columbus Park for the summer fitness series. Today’s free class will be bootcamp in the park, see additional details and a full class schedule here.

1:00PM Friday Films: Blue Hawaii. Join the North End Public Library at 25 Parmenter Street for free movies on Fridays at 1pm, see additional details here.

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8 COMMENTS

  1. I have an issue with the Cadet training throughout the North End at 5 am. I have been woken up 3 times in the last 6 days with them chanting (and they are loud) by my bedroom window at 5 am and ending somewhere around 5:40.
    Why are they allowed to do basic training in a neighborhood at 5 am? I called 311 and they advised me to call 911. I’m all for basic training but not at 5 am in a congested neighborhood.
    Can anything be done about this?

  2. I love the cadet training. Where else in America can you see the men and women who protect us training right outside your door? For a couple of days, it’s fine.

    Traffic on Hanover St on weekends is gridlocked and this is what people are complaining about?

  3. I agree with Kim. The timing of 5:00 am is very early and people (adults and children) don’t need to be woken up with the cadets training.
    We have a beautiful harbor or the Charles River they can run along.

    • I’ve come to the conclusion that the powers to be come up with plans to make the residents of the North Ends lives as miserable as possible and so far they have accomplished their goal.

  4. The Navy running through the neighborhood pre-dawn in a major disruption, and it happens every year. I actually get dressed and confront them every year and have learned a few things. It’s part of the Navy’s Herritage week celebration, and is approved by both the Mayor’s office and Boston PD. I can only hope that the Boston PD and Mayor’s office are unaware of how disruptive this is. The only way it will stop is if we let them know. Write, tweet @, or whatever and tell them to stop it. Contact our representatives Lydia Edwards and Aaron Michlewitz. It will only stop if they hear from enough of us.

    I’m saying this as I lay in bed missing yet another day of work due to a cold that may not have been so bad if hadn’t been woke up at 5AM on Tuesday, when I was trying to get extra sleep to combat it.

  5. To add on to my previous comment, when I called the police on Tuesday I was told to call community service at 617-343-4627 to complain. Sharing the number in the hopes that we can shut this down.

  6. If they come back again I will call community service, thanks for the number. I have videos both from inside behind a shut window and down on street level. I have no problem with them training in the North End, I take issue with the unnecessary shouting of their cadences at 5 AM. It also seems as though they only run on 1 or 2 streets because they come down Fleet at least 5 times each time they come by.

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