Monday, June 28, 2021

FPNA June Neighborhood Gathering Goes Hybrid

 Fort Point Seaport
Hybrid Neighborhood Gathering

Tuesday, June 29, 2021
6 pm to 8 pm
in person at District Hall (75 Northern Ave.)
 via Zoom


Our C-6 Community Service Officers

Neighborhood News & Conversations
Summer Programming on Land & Sea
Housing, Offices, Life Sciences & Parks
Street Happenings

Gillette Lots 8 & 9
 requesting a Conditional Use Permit for ancillary parking 

 and introducing

Mecha Noodle Bar
44 Thomson Place
requesting an all-alcohol license

MA Representative Jon Santiago
Mayoral Candidate Spotlight


Jon Spillane 
City Councilor-At-Large Candidate

What is a hybrid meeting?
In March 2020, FPNA moved online via Zoom to stay together as a neighborhood and to continue to communicate with each other. With Covid protocols changing, we are taking the opportunity to still use Zoom for those that can’t attend in person and to begin to gather again face to face as a neighborhood. You get to choose how you want to participate. You may see your neighbors smiling faces at District Hall or in cyberspace via Zoom. If you are visiting us at District Hall, please wear a mask, unless you are vaccinated or if you would feel more comfortable.
Upcoming Neighborhood Happenings

June 29: Vaccination Pop Up from 11 am to 3 pm at the Boston Children's Museum for anyone 12 years and up. Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson vaccines will be available. Registration is recommended. Walk-ins are also welcome. Stonewall Kitchen is offering a free gift to everyone who gets vaccinated next door at the Boston Children's Museum. 

June 29: The Seaport...and Beyond ( from 12pm to 1pm.  A conversation about racial diversity and economic equity in the Seaport & in future neighborhood development moderated by the Boston Globe & WBUR in conjunction with the Civic Action Project.

June 30: 601 Congress Street Public Meeting 6:30pm to 8pm to discuss proposed change of use from offices to Life Sciences with additional mechanicals to support the change and minor changes to the public realm.

*new* July 7: Community Preservation Act Information Session for South Boston at 6pm hosted by Councilors Flynn and Flaherty. Topics will include the application process, eligibility criteria, relevant deadlines and other related information. If you wish to learn more about the program, you can register for the session here.

July 12: 244 – 284 A Street Open Space  & Resiliency Public Meeting 6:00 pm. The meeting will cover climate resiliency and storm water management and two waterfront parks. 

Farmers Markets
Mondays 12pm-6pm: South Boston Farmers Market 446 West Broadway
Thursdays 11am-4pm: Dewey Square on the Greenway
Thursdays 2pm - 6pm: Sea Green Park (Q Park) on Boston Wharf Rd. While shopping, be sure to check out local artist Maria Molteni and New Craft Artists In Action most recent installation, A Sea Bird, on the basketball court.

Boston Under Water is an informative WBUR series of short hitting articles on local (including Seaport & Fort Point) climate change from what’s underneath Boston (landfill, transportation and storm water sewer infrastructure) to rising seas.

originally published 06.23.21

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