Santa Claus arrived by helicopter on the waterfront on Sunday afternoon to the cheers of hundreds who gathered at Christopher Columbus Park. This is the first (and only?) year the Santa landing was at Columbus park because Langone Park and Puopolo Fields are under renovation.
The event is dedicated in memory of James “Jimmy” Pallotta and sponsored by Taste of the North End, North End Athletic Association, Nazzaro Center, North End Against Drugs and Mayor’s Office of Tourism and Special Events. Buon Natale!
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My wife & I made a huge mistake last Saturday. We drove out to pick up a couple Christmas presents. Traffic was slow, people were everywhere, and my patience was tested. I should have expected it. The Christmas holiday comes with chaos. It is like a virus whose symptoms are mild on December 1st, but Read More…
City Hall has announced the 2012 Christmas Trolley Tour and Tree Lighting will come to the North End / Waterfront on Sunday, December 9th, 2:15 pm at the Prado – Paul Revere Mall on Hanover Street. NEMPAC will also be having its annual arts and crafts fair with a bake sale from 11am-3pm. More details Read More…