Weekend Events: March 17th Edition
Happy Thursday, Eastie! Ah, we made it through that snowstorm this week but it is still super chilly and icy out there, so everyone stay safe and be careful! In the meantime, take a look at what’s going on this weekend. AND, Happy St. Patrick’s Day to all who celebrate!
Today from 4:30-6pm at the YMCA is the free Family Nutrition Event. Come learn about healthy foods and how the Y keeps us moving.. and enjoy some games!
Also, tonight from 6-9pm is the celebration of the Then and Now Exhibit at the Atlantic Works Gallery. Take a look at the past and present work of the featured artists.
Tomorrow, March 17th, Eastie Babies Group is bringing a little St. Patrick’s Day celebration to their weekly group meeting. Join in on the fun from 9:30-11:30am.
Starting at 2:30pm tomorrow is the $2 fresh veggie and fruit bags at the EBNHC.
Tomorrow night from 7-11pm is the 2017 St. Patrick’s Day Gala at Spinelli’s. This event is being hosted by Our Lady of Assumption Parish to raise money for their church renovation projects.
Albino Mbie will be performing a live jazz concert at the East Boston Library on Saturday, March 18th, from 2-3pm.
On Sunday, March 19th, there is an immigration event being held at Grace Church from 4-7pm. Join as current immigration issues are discussed and immigration stories are shared.
On Monday, March 20th, Maverick Marketplace Cafe will donate 10% of all receipts to Piers Park Sailing Center from 5-11pm. Come show support for PPSC, as it is in jeopardy and needs community support.
The rescheduled community meeting regarding Noyes Playground will be Tuesday, March 21st, at 7 pm at the Marty Pino Center.
The next JPNA meeting will be Wednesday, March 22nd, at 7pm at the Jeffries Point Yacht Club.
On Thursday, March 23rd, starting at 11am is the dedication ceremony for Albert “Buddy” Mangini. Buddy provided years of community service. Following the dedication will be a luncheon at the Orient Heights Yacht Club.
Running on both Thursday (23rd) and Friday (24th) next week is the Donald McKay School’s production of The Jungle Book. Admission is free but donations are accepted!