Found: Class of 1966 Ring, Former Julie Billiart High

Looking for the owner of a ring from the Class of ‘66 from the former Julie Billiart High School in the North End. The ring...

Come Help Trivium Test Their Newest Games on Lewis Wharf

Join Trivium at Lewis Wharf on Tuesday, November 20 from 2pm - 5pm to test out their new interactive exhibits. See more details below.

Responsibility to Protect: An Interview with John Shattuck

Thursday, December 6, 6:00-8:00 pm Speaker Series + Community Conversation Responsibility to Protect: An Interview with John Shattuck Register here In the shadow of the Holocaust, what is...

Pope John XXIII High School Open House Tomorrow!

Please join us at PJHS for Open House from 5:00-6:30pm! Serving Grades 8-12 888 Broadway, Everett   popejohnhs.org

North End Library Book Discussion Club: Commonwealth

November’s book is Ann Patchett’s 2016 novel Commonwealth, a wry and compassionate saga of two intertwined American families. Copies of the book are available...

Memorize Best Works

By Mary Sanderson In a recent program sponsored by the Friends of the North End Library, Neil A. Kutzen taught a room full of enthusiasts...

Historic Holiday Strolls on the Freedom Trail

The Freedom Trail Foundation will be hosting 90-minute historic holiday strolls along the Freedom Trail beginning Thursday, November 15 through January 2019. See more details...

Seniors Connect at the North End Library

Boston-area seniors: Join us on the third Thursday of each month to connect for creative activities and resource sharing. Each month we will explore a...

Halloween at North End Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center

The North End Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center held a party on Halloween complete with a pumpkin decorating contest! The winning designs were Sesame Street, Witch...

RUFF’s Month of Giving

RUFF North End Dog Group is collecting donations for Boston Animal Control during the month of November. Read more in the flyer below.    

An Evening with “Inside The Combat Zone” Author Stephanie Schorow

For many today, Boston’s Combat Zone is the stuff of legends. Barely a trace of the former red-light district remains, which may account for...