Five Neighborhood Meetings to Know About this Week
It's a busy week in Charlestown: the Charlestown Mothers Association hosts "meet the schools," and two Neighborhood Council committees are leading talks about development and education issues.
Today is Monday, Sept. 26. Here are five events coming up in the neighborhood this week. And you should know about them.
1. Tonight the Charlestown Mothers Association will bring more than 30 representatives from public, private and charter schools to the Charlestown Community Center for a "meet the schools" event. Got a question about which school is right for you, or how to navigate the system? Stop by between 6 and 8 p.m.
2. Tonight is also the annual meeting for the Charlestown Historical Society. Members and guests are welcome to learn about the society's work, upcoming agenda and how to get involved. Meeting starts at 6:30 p.m. at the Bunker Hill Museum.
3. The development committee of the Charlestown Neighborhood Council will meet on Wednesday to talk about a proposed addition of four residential units over existing commercial space on Main Street -- namely, Zume's Raspberry Bouquet and Reynee's Salon. Meeting starts at 7 p.m. at the Knights.
4. On Thursday Olivia Browning is hosting the first of a few financial education meetings, starting with this one, "Empowering Women with Money Matters." Carolyn M. Launie, a certified financial planner, will lead the talk starting at 7 p.m. All women are welcome.
5. And there's another meeting on Thursday night -- this one about the future of Charlestown High School. The Basic Services Committee for the Neighborhood Council is leading the meeting, and school reps will be on hand as well. The meeting starts at 7 p.m. in the school cafeteria.
For more information on what's happening in the neighborhood, please check out our events calendar. And if you've got an event of your own to post, feel free! Or email me, firstname.lastname@example.org.