Announcements Event Notices

Dance Nights: Winter Edition

Boogie away those winter blues with a special winter dance series inside Quincy Market’s historic Rotunda. Four nights of lessons and music help you build your skills so you can show them off on the dance floor. Hosted by our favorite dance teachers from our popular September outdoor series. The fun starts at 6:15 p.m. Read More…

Event Notices

Dance Series at Faneuil Hall Marketplace

Beginning, 9/7, Faneuil Hall Marketplace is hosting a free September dance series including Swing, Salsa, R&B, and Samba. Lessons are taught by local Boston residents, some who have had international experience in their disciplines. To kick of the series, Dan and Mike Legenthal will be teaching Swing dancing & the lindy hop on September 7th at 6pm. The Free lessons will be followed by dancing & live music Read More…

Arts & Culture Event Notices

Donna Summer Roller Disco Party to Return to City Hall Plaza June 23

Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Office of Tourism, Sports, and Entertainment have announced the Celebration of Summer IV: Donna Summer Roller Disco Party will be held at City Hall Plaza on Friday, June 23. This family-friendly event is free and open to the public and will take place between 6:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. Read More…

Community

North End Against Drugs (NEAD) Hosts Family Dinner at Annual Spring Recital

On Monday night, May 19th, the Nazzaro Center gymnasium was packed for the North End Against Drugs (NEAD) family dinner and scholarship award night. Rather than just raffling off the scholarship awards and eating pizza, there was a performance by the members of the Nazzaro Center’s Youth Program under the direction of choreographer Ingrid Oslund. kids who Read More…

Arts & Culture Photos & Videos

Newtowne Morris Men Perform at Christopher Columbus Park [Video]

The Newtowne Morris Men gave a spontaneous performance this afternoon at Christopher Columbus Park outside Joe’s American Bar & Grill. An onlooker explained that the dance is to “wake up the Earth for Spring.” It also seemed important that it be performed near a pub. From their website:  The Newtowne Morris Men have been performing Read More…