Arts & Culture Community Event Notices

Greenway Earth Day Concert: They Might Be Giants & Citizen Cope

Update from the Greenway Conservancy: They Might Be Giants and Citizen Cope It’s finally here! Next week on Earth Day, Thursday, April 22, The River will present a FREE lunchtime Earth Day Concert on the Greenway featuring They Might Be Giants and Citizen Cope. Get ready for a fusion of blues, folk-pop, and laid back Read More…

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NEMPAC Spring Fling Photos

  The North End Music & Performing Arts Center (NEMPAC) held their 10th annual Spring Fling fundraiser on April 10th at Tecce’s Restaurant in the North End. Proceeds go to the affordable culture, arts & music programming offered by NEMPAC to the North End / Waterfront and surrounding neighborhoods. Photos of the event highlight the Read More…

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North End Florist Exhibits at STEP into Spring at The Mall at Chestnut Hill

Hanover Street florists Dee Pryor and Steve DiGriglio from 1-800-Flowers exhibited an arrangement of peonies, orchids, vibernum and roses at STEP into Spring at The Mall at Chestnut  Hill. Diane Valle, Chair of STEP into Spring and Boston resident, invites all to come visit the Mall at Chestnut Hill to view the wonderful exhibits to Read More…

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North End Historical Society Goes Live

There are many neighborhood groups in the North End/Waterfront area, but one that has been long in coming is a historical society. This is ironic for a community with such a multitude of historical destinations. Thanks to interested residents including local historian, Alex Goldfeld, a North End Historical Society was finally established and recently announced Read More…

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Patriot’s Day & School Vacation Week Events at the Paul Revere House

Patriots Day and Spring School Vacation Events at the Paul Revere House Help commemorate the 150th anniversary of the writing of “Paul Revere’s Ride” with a visit to Paul Revere’s during Patriot’s Day week. Events held throughout the week honor Paul Revere, his family, friends, and foes. Unless otherwise noted, events are free with museum Read More…

Event Notices Health & Environment

Oyster Benefit at Tavern on the Water

On April 15th, Charlestown’s Tavern on the Water will be hosting the second annual benefit for the Massachusetts Oyster Project from 7:00-10:00pm. With paid admission you get five oysters, a beer, a great time and the opportunity to help improve Boston Harbor. Admission is $15 if registered in advance and $20 at the door. The Read More…

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Earth Hour is Saturday, March 27th from 8:30 pm to 9:30 pm

In case you see Boston plunge into darkness tonight, don’t worry … it’s just Earth Hour 2010 where participating businesses and residents will turn off their lights for an hour. The international campaign is intended to bring awareness to climate change . The City of Boston has signed on to participate.  Organized by the World Read More…

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North End Supports St. Francis House at 6th Annual Bake Sale & Flea Market

The North End Friends of St. Francis House held their 6th annual Bake Sale and Flea Market over the past two days at the Nazzaro Center. Early tallies indicate the fund raiser will exceed the $16,000+ raised last year. The Nazzaro Center was overflowing with neighborhood donations of all types of flea market items. Plus, Read More…

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Free Lectures and Tours With North End Historian

Upcoming free lecture and walking tours with North End Historian Alex Goldfeld. More information at www.AlexGoldfeld.com. Next Thursday, March 25, 7 p.m. At the Vilna Shul, 18 Phillips Street on Boston’s Beacon Hill The North End and Four Centuries of Immigration in Boston Using the North End, Boston’s oldest neighborhood, as a constant reference point, Read More…