5 Neighborhood Events Not to Miss This Week
Want to have a real-world dialogue about public safety? Or the proposed changes to sweet sweeping? Check out this week's meeting schedule.
Today is Monday, Nov. 14. Here are five things you need to know today.
1. There's been a lot of dialogue on Patch lately about loitering on Main Street and the vandalism that took place at Durty Harry's on Halloween. If you want to continue that conversation in the real world, this Tuesday's meeting at the police station might be a good place. The Neighborhood Council hosts its monthly public safety committee meeting. It starts at 6:30 p.m.
2. The CNC's basic services committee is hosting a meeting on Wednesday. This one's on the proposed changes to the street sweeping schedule in Charlestown. (It wouldn't go into affect until April 2012.) For more details, stay tuned to Patch, or stop by the meeting. It starts at 7 p.m. at the Knights.
3. Business leaders in the neighborhood are getting together on Thursday morning for a breakfast event at Grasshopper Cafe. These are part of an ongoing set of breakfast meetings organized by the Charlestown Chamber of Commerce. Get more details here.
4. And there's a cool educational event scheduled at the library on Thursday evening. Ever wonder what people wore 150 years ago? Learn all about it at a presentation on "practical" and "fashionable" dress from the Civil War era. Details here.
PS -- The details on these CNC meetings came from the Patriot-Bridge because, despite my many requests that they email me the info too, they're not. If you want to see all the CNC meetings posted on the Patch, please lobby them to send them to me!