Monthly Archives: April 2018

FONE Members Defeated in Florida Bocce Tournament

April 6, 2018
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FONE Members Defeated in Florida Bocce Tournament

Members of the Friends of the North End (FONE) traveled to Deerfield Beach, Florida to once again play in a bocce tournament competition. Organized by Dominic Piso the tournament took place at Century Village.  The North End team, for the third year in a row, was defeated by their opponents from Michigan, New York...

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NEMPAC Benefit Perform-A-Thon a Huge Success

NEMPAC Benefit Perform-A-Thon a Huge Success

Thousands of dollars were raised at the annual North End Music and Performing Arts Center (NEMPAC) March 17 benefit Perform-A-Thon held at The Kitchen in the Boston cap public Market. The concert featured a three-hour show with performances by NEMPAC students and faculty that demonstrated the positive lifelong impact music can have on people....

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NEAA to Honor “Ted” Tomasone

Opening Day will be on Saturday, April 28th  with a 1 pm First Pitch Ceremony.  We will be honoring longtime NEAA Volunteer Robert “Ted” Tomasone.  Teddy is a past player, coach, umpire, director, mentor and Chief Fundraiser for the NEAA for over 50 years!  Please join us to honor a man who never, ever...

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Mayor’s Youth Council Seeks Members

April 6, 2018
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There are many opportunities for Boston teens entering grades 9-12 to be an active participant in city government and civic engagement in a meaningful way, while making a difference in their neighborhood. One of those ways is becoming a participant on Mayor Martin Walsh’s Youth Council, made up of 85 members that are committed...

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Visual Feast Coming to the Vilna Shul April 29

The Vilna Shul, located at 18 Phillips St., will presents a unique photography exhibition, “Holding Differences Tenderly,” featuring professional Beacon Hill photographer Brenda Bancel and students Toni Marie Gomes and Roody Jean Louis from the Take 5 program at the Epiphany School in Dorchester. These photographers focus on exploring ways to raise our consciousness...

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W C Fields and Mae West Visit North End Library

The Delvena Theatre Company will be presenting W.C. Fields and Mae West at the North End Branch Library, 25 Parmenter Street, Boston on Wednesday, May 2, at 6:30 p.m.  Visit with W. C. Fields and Mae West in a dressing room on the set of My Little Chicadee.  See the characters come to life,...

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City Golf Courses Open April 6

Mayor Martin J. Walsh has announced that the City of Boston’s two municipal golf courses will open on April 6 for the 2018 season. The City owns and operates the William J. Devine Golf Course in Dorchester and the George Wright Golf Course in Hyde Park designed by Donald Ross.  Both have received national...

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West End Library Programs

West End Branch Boston Public Library 151 Cambridge St. Boston, MA 02114 (617) 523-3957 New Program   Chinese-Style Mahjong – 2nd & 4th Fridays of the Month 2:00-4:00 p.m.   Mahjong is a tile-based game that originated in China during the Qing dynasty. It is commonly played by four players. While similar to the Western card...

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Mayor Walsh Opens Swan Boats at the Public Garden Lagoon on April 14

Mayor Martin J. Walsh will host the first ride of the season on the popular Boston Swan Boats as they open at the Public Garden lagoon on Saturday, April 14, at 10 a.m. “This year the Swan Boats celebrate their 142nd season of providing joy and memories to residents and visitors in the Public...

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The Boch Center Launches ‘Music Teachers Who Inspire’ Contest

In honor of National Teacher Appreciation Day on Tuesday, May 8, the Boch Center in association with its upcoming production The Sound of Music are hosting a Music Teachers Who Inspire contest powered by Music Drives Us. The Boch Center is in search of local music, band, or chorus teachers who inspire students to...

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