Wednesday, September 22, 2021

What's On The Calendar This September

 Upcoming Neighborhood Happenings
(updated as of 9/22/21

  • Monday, Sept.13: American Red Cross Blood Drive Honoring 911 at District Hall from 12:30 – 5:30. Sign up

  • Tuesday, Sept .14: Boston Preliminary Mayoral & City Council Election Day. Polls open 7am - 8pm at the Condon School at 200 D St. More details.

  • Wednesday, Sept. 15: 244 - 284 A Street Impact Advisory Group Workshop from 12pm - 2pm to discuss community benefits located at the Channelside Sales Office at 300 A St or via Zoom. Public is welcome to attend.

  • Thursday, Sept 16*: Fort Point Arts District Discussion from 1pm - 2pm hosted by the Mayor's Office of Art & Culture. Register.

  • Thursday, Sept 16: City Hall To Go Truck is bringing basic City Hall services to the Seaport Farmers Market from 2pm - 4pm. Pay a parking ticket, get a dog license or request a marriage license, etc...

  • Saturday, Sept. 18*: 21st Annual South Boston Street Festival  from 11am - 4pm on E. Broadway between I & L Streets. Free music & Irish dancing (2 performance stages), food, art for sale from South Boston & Fort Point artists, special store discounts & festivities.*new listing

  • through Sept 20: Catholic Charities South Boston Labour√© Autumn Online Auction with fabulous items up for bid... including concert tickets to see The Jonas Brothers at Fenway, Red Sox vs. Yankees tickets, an interior design consultation, a tour of the White House with $500 travel spending money and much more! *new listing

  • Monday, Sept. 20*: Special Conservation Commission Meeting at 6pm on the proposed regulations and performance standards for Isolated Vegetated Wetlands, Vernal Pools & Vernal Pool Habitat, and Land Subject to Coastal Storm Flowage drafted under the Boston Wetlands Protection Ordinance. *new listing

  • Tuesday, Sept 21*: FPAC Open Studios Info. Session at 7pm for artist participating in or considering being part of Oct 15. - Oct 17 Open Studios. *new listing

  • Wednesday, Sept. 22: Boston Harbor Now's Harbor Use Forum on Parcels O & P in the Raymond Flynn Industrial Park from 8:30 am - 10 am. The project is located just north of the Dry Dock #3 and consists of an approximately 219,000 square foot life science building, as well as an approximately 9,000 square foot adaptive reuse of the existing building located on Parcel P.

  • Wednesday, Sept. 22: Related Beal is holding their own meeting on the urban design of their 244 -284 A Street Channelside development at 300 A Street from 6pm - 8pm. These unofficial meetings are outside of the BPDA Article 80 public process. RSVP

  • Friday, Sept. 24*: Fort Point Film Night at 244 A Street Channelside parking lot from 6:30pm to 10pm. BYOBC (bring your own beach chair) to watch COCO, rated PG. Fort Point Film Night is a free, family friendly event brought to you by Save The Harbor Save The Bay, Related Beal, Friends of the Fort Point Channel, Conventures & TCP (Transformative Cultural Project). Music by DJ Troy Frost and food by Northeast of the Border Food Truck. *postponed to 2022. 

  • Tuesday: Sept. 28: FPNA Fort Point Seaport Neighborhood Hybrid Meeting at District Hall & online at 6pm featuring Mayoral Candidate Annissa Essaibi-George, neighborhood developments and ground floor amenities from the Channel to the Harbor and Fort Point Arts Community exciting news. 

Public Comment Deadlines
Oct 1: 244 -284 A Street Draft MEPA Environment Impact Report comment deadline

originally posted 09.07.21

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