Sunday, October 29, 2023

About The Neighborhood This Week and Next

updated 10/29/23: Pumpkin, Paws & Pints postponed due to ☔️

10/18: Conservation Commission Public Meeting at 6pm

10/20: Boston Design Vision - Designing for a Diverse Boston Open House at 4:30pm at City Hall Plaza Civic Pavilion. Learn more about the Boston Design Vision and share your design ideas for how to build a Boston for everyone.

10/21: Boston Design Vision - Designing for a Diverse Boston Open House | Boston Planning & Development Agency from 9am – 1pm at t City Hall Plaza Civic Pavilion. Cancelled due to weather.

10/24:  Boston City Council At-Large Candidate Forum hosted by FPNA, DBNA, LDNA and WDC at 5:30pm at Atlantic Wharf, Fort Point room, 2nd floor of 290 Atlantic Ave.

10/25: 244 -284 A St Chapter 91 comment deadline for consolidated written determination encompassing 8 chapter 91 licenses.

10/26: Public Meeting on Proposed Zoning Amendment for Cannabis Establishments at 6pm. This meeting has been postponed and will be rescheduled at a later date. In the meantime, please feel free to reference last year's previous meeting on this proposed zoning change to understand the process to date. A new date will be announced as soon as possible.

10/26: 3rd Annual Trunk or Treat for children up to 8 years old from 3:15pm - 5pm at 1187 Columbia Rd.

10/27: City Council Committee on Government Accountability, Transparency, and Accessibility Hearing on Docket #1538 at 10am. A hearing to discuss and evaluate the Boston Planning and Development Agency's (BPDA) community engagement process with regard to various neighborhood planning initiatives across the city. View docket.

10/28: Boston Children’s Museum’s 4th Annual Spooktacular for infants, toddlers, kids, teens and adults from 5pm to 8pm

10/28: Halloween Howl Open Mic Competition from 7pm-10pm at Aloft, 401-403 D St. 

10/29: Pumpkins, Paws & Pints from 2pm- 4pm at the Pappas Way Recreation Center. Family friendly. Cancelled due to weather.

10/29: Inundation District, a 79 minute film on sea level rise and storms, and the development of the Seaport created by David Abel and Ted Blanco, will be screened at the Brattle at 7pm followed by discussion with the creators. Purchase tickets for virtual viewing.

originally published 10.17.23

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