Weekend Events: May 31st Edition
Happy Friday, Eastie! We have some super fun family-friendly events going on this weekend around the neighborhood. Take a look below and go check ‘em out.
The East Boston Early Education Center is hosting a Spring Family Celebration from 5-7pm. There will be activities for the kids, tasty food, raffles, and music. Tickets are $10 per family.
East Boston Soccer 1, Tufts Health Plan, Marty Pino and Las Parceritas are hosting their 1st Community Health Fair from 6-8pm at the Marty Pino Center. There will be healthy snacks, face painting, info on blood pressure and dental, nutrition assessment, entertainment and more!
There will be a nature walk at Belle Isle Marsh at 8am on Saturday, June 1st.
There will be a multi-family yard sale at The Gumball Factory (150 Orleans St) from 8am-12pm.
The Alighieri School is hosting their annual Bee Hive event from 10am-2pm. There will be a yard sale, artisan/vendor sale, kids crafts, food, live music and more! Bring cash!
The next community class at The Point EB kicks off at 12pm.
NOAH’s Annual Regatta kicks off tomorrow at 12pm. There will be free food, music, games, free kayaking and more. Kayak at the Urban Wild or join in at LoPresti to kayak in the Chelsea Creek over to the Urban Wild.
The next Fresh Truck mobile food market will be down Maverick Square on Monday, June 3rd, from 3-6pm.
PLAN: East Boston is hosting their next meeting on Tuesday, June 4th, from 6-7pm. The topic will be affordable housing.
The next Wednesday night Zumba Class runs from 6:30-7:30pm at the Marty Pino gym on Wednesday, June 5th.
There is a teen magic workshop at the library starting on Thursday, June 6th, from 4-5pm. Teens are invited to come learn all about magic with local Boston celebrity magician Bonaparte! The workshop requires registration and will run on Thursdays through the end of June.
Jocelyn Gould from the National Park Service is hosting a They Did It! presentation at the library from 6:15-7:45pm. She will be discussing women in the workforce at the Boston Navy Yard during World War II.