Week of June 25th
Teach your children well.
If you’ve ever had questions about the Boston Public Schools and the assignment process, this is the meeting for you. City Councilor John Connolly – Chairman of the Education Committee – is hosting a meeting on Monday, June 25th at 5:30 PM at the Curley Community Center Senior Lunch Room Day Blvd. (L St.) to address your concerns, questions and ideas. Encourage your neighbors and friends to attend too. For more info, contact [email protected]
Mix and mingle at re-election fundraiser for State Representative Nick Collins. Enjoy live music performed by Danny Gill and the old Brigade, mingle with friends and meet new neighbors. This event will take place on Wednesday, June 27th from 5:30-8pm at Barlow’s (241 A Street). Suggested donation is $25. For more information visit: http://www.facebook.com/events/375118332541538/
Attention Southie Fashionistas! You’re invited to our first ever South Boston sumer styling event! Shop at Habit, Ku de Ta and The Closet Connection and get summer styling tips from local stylists. Sip signature cocktails provided by Double Cross Vodka while you discover special one night only deals on all summer clothing and accessories. This stylish event happens Wednesday, June 27th 6-8pm.
Who wants Tasty Burger? A community meeting will be held on Thursday, June 28th at 6:30pm at the future L Street location of the new Tasty Burger currently under construction at the space of the old Boathouse. Neighborhood questions and concerns will be addressed at this neighborhood meeting. If you have questions, ideas, or just want to show your support for a Tasty Burger in our neighborhood, make sure to come to the meeting. Be informed. Get involved.
Just add water. With Boston HarborFest, the War of 1812 Bicentennial, OpSail Boston and Navy Week, being on the water is the place to be! On Saturday, June 30th between 9am to noon make sure to be on the look out for the parade of tall ships – Castle Island will be a perfect spot to sneak a peek. The US Coast Guard’s Eagle – a 290 foot tall ship – will be leading the way. For a full list of events everyday, visit www.bostonharborfest.com.
Tea Party! After much renovation, the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum will open its doors. Take a step back in time during Revolutionary War time – think Minute Men, John Adams, and freedom from England. Two surviving tea chests from the Tea Party protest in 1773 will be on display. For information visit www.bostonteapartyship.com