4 year old baseball clinic Sundays from 10am to 1

first_img4 year old baseball clinic: Sundays from 10am to 12pm starting May 5th and ending June 24th. In the clinic, your child will learn basic baseball skills like catching and throwing while developing a love for the game.5 year old T-ball: Saturdays from 10am to 12pm starting May 5th and ending June 24th.6-7 year old Minor League: Minors is a coach-pitched league with games in Puopolo Park. These teams play Monday-Thursday starting at 5:30pm and typically ending around 7pm. Teams usually play twice a week.8-9 year old Junior League: Juniors is a player/coach-pitched league that follows the same dates and times as minor league.10-12 year old Majors Program: Majors typically plays Monday-Thursday starting at 6pm.13-21 year old Dodgers Program: The Dodgers have multiple teams. We play a highly competitive level of baseball and our program is designed to get your child ready to play high school and/or college baseball.We have some fantastic volunteer coaches who give the kids all they have and our focus is primarily on developing a love for the game in your children. We charge a small fee of $50 which gets you a jersey, hat and more baseball than you know what to do with.Sign-ups are open and online at neaabaseball.org. Youth NEAA Players and Coaches at the 2017 NEAA All Star Game AwardsIt’s that time of the year – time to register for North End Athletic Association (NEAA) baseball!Children ages 4-21 (your age is determined by how old you will be on April 30, 2018) are eligible to play in our program. We have a number of programs we offer under the baseball umbrella. They are primarily based on age, but if we determine during the season that a player is ready to play against better competition, we can move the player to a higher league.The programs are as follows:*Advertisement*last_img read more


first_img Currently Did we miss something? Add it to the comments below. Follow @northend.waterfront on Instagram and tag #northend or #bostonwaterfront to have your photo featured!While you’re here …we have a small favor to ask. More people than ever are reading NorthEndWaterfront.com but we need your help making ends meet. Advertising doesn’t bring in enough to pay for reporting or editorial work. Keeping this website going takes a lot of time, money and hard work. But we do it because we believe community news is important – and we think you do too. If everyone who reads this site, who likes it, puts in a bit to pay for it, then our future would be much more secure. Checks can be made out to North End Boston LLC, 343 Commercial St. #508, Boston 02109 or contribute online using the following links:*Make a One-Time Contribution* or *Become a Patron* Plan your events with the Community Calendar: Tuesday, July 2411:15AM ReadBoston Book Bike. Share the love of books with children through activities and literature in an environmentally-friendly way with an extension of ReadBoston’s Storymobile program.6:00PM Jazz in the Park Summer Concert Series. Join NEMPAC for a free concert series in partnership with the City of Boston and the greenway Conservancy. Today’s concert will feature Receita De Samba, see additional details here.6:30PM Opening Reception for “Before the El Came Down: Photographs by John Wolf”. Join the West End Museum for their new photo exhibit feature a glimpse into the final days of the elevated green line tracks, see additional details here.7:00PM Zoning, Licensing and Construction (ZLC) Committee July meeting. The July ZLC meeting will be held at the Mariner’s House in North Square. This month’s agenda includes Going Bananas Market’s application for a malt and wine license. See the full agenda here.8:00PM The Coolidge at the Greenway Movie Night – Raiders of the Lost Ark. Join the Greenway and Coolide Corner Theatre for a free viewing of Raisers of the lost Ark at Wharf District Park.Wednesday, July 259:30AM Groundbreaking Ceremony of The Prado. The restoration of the Prado / Paul Revere Mall will kick off with a groundbreaking ceremony at the Paul Revere Mall, see additional details here.7:00PM North End Movie Night at the Gassy (DeFilippo Playground). Join the Boston Community Collaborative at the Prince Street (DeFilippo Playgound) Park for free pizza and a movie night, see additional details here.From the Community: The People’s Harbor: An Interactive Art Series Comes to Christopher Columbus ParkArtists for Humanity invite residents to participate in a large collaborative painting at Christopher Columbus Park on Thursday, July 26 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m, continue reading.Need to submit a post? Great, start here!Keep up with what’s happening on the Events Calendar.Weather Forecast: Currently *Advertisement* Currently Things to know for MondayToday is Monday, July 23 and if you’re looking for a little something more to do with your time this week, check out NBC Boston’s 40 fantastic events happening in and around the city. Here’s what else you need to know for the week ahead…Notable News:Haymarket worker was offering more than just produce, police chargeAfter watching multiple drug transactions, a Revere man was arrested on drug charges after Boston Police officers say they watched him sell some drugs on Blackstone Street before walking over to a Haymarket tent and completing another transaction, read more on Universal Hub.Feast Preparations:last_img read more

Please join in an evening of networking and fine d

first_imgPlease join in an evening of networking and fine dining at the 8th Annual Buona Sera: An Evening with Friends, to take place on Thursday, October 4, 2018 beginning at 5:30 p.m. at 60 State Street, 26th floor, followed by dinner in the North End.All proceeds will support human services and educational and recreational programming for the seniors, families, and immigrants of the North End, West End, and Beacon Hill neighborhoods.Please reply to johannah.malone@bostonabcd.org for more information or call the office at 617-523-8125.*Advertisement*last_img read more

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first_imgPage: 1 2 3Whether you’re in the pool, at the park, or on the basketball court, these gadgets and apps will help you play safely, have fun, improve your game and stay connected.[Related: 3 New Foodie and Travel Apps]The EbikeMotion iWOC joystickThe ebikemotion platform is the first to try and bring GPS, fitness, and mobile info together into one safe package. Although sold separately, these gadgets for standard and electric bikes can help your bike ride be both safe and informational. The iWOC joystick (Intelligent Wireless Operative Controller) is a universal remote that uses wireless Bluetooth SMART technology to switch gears, signal turns, answer your phone, silence alerts, adjust music; or calculate route, speed, heart rate and cadence using the ebikemotion app or other fitness apps. It goes on your handlebar under your favored hand allowing you to keep your hands on your bars and off of your cell phone. The controller is waterproof and has five customization buttons. Users will only need ebikemotion’s iWoc® pack and the appropriate holder and cradle for their smartphone. Additionally, the iWOC One mount is a power supply for whatever display you choose and serves as a Bluetooth control interface to your ebike. The EbikeMotion just debuted at EuroBike 2015. The price is still to be determined.(Continued on next page)Page: 1 2 3 be_ixf; php_sdk; php_sdk_1.4.18 https://www.blackenterprise.com/3-hot-gadgets-for-summer-fun/ https://www.blackenterprise.com/3-hot-gadgets-for-summer-fun/ MONEYMAGAZINESOur Best Videoslast_img read more

10 Fun Fitness Events Coming Up Soon

first_img By Jamie Ducharme· 10 Fun Fitness Events Coming Up Soon Cheat on your resolutions (just a little) with these food- and booze-fueled fitness events. Print 1/19/2017, 11:19 a.m. Trillium yoga/Photo providedLook, we’re all for making healthy new year’s resolutions. (We even came up with a handy list of suggested ones.) But we’re also all for moderation, and for keeping your expectations reasonable.In that spirit, we’ve brought you a list of fun-but-healthy-ish events—meaning they involve workouts, but also plenty of food and booze—coming up soon. Attend these for a quick resolution cheat day, then get right back to business. We won’t tell.Saturday, January 21Barre and Brew: Feel accomplished by starting the day with a 9 a.m. barre class. Then have a little fun as you relax in the Trillium taproom with a complimentary beer.$25, 9 a.m. Trillium Brewing, 110 Shawmut Road, Canton, eventbrite.com.Taproom Yoga: Get out of the city and attend this event at Lynn’s Bent Water Brewing Company. Your ticket includes an hour-long yoga class and two flight-sized beers.$8, 11 a.m. Bent Water Brewing Company, 180 Commercial St., Lynn, eventbrite.com.Sip and Stretch: Beers for a good cause? We’ll drink to that. Your $15 ticket includes a yoga class and a beer from Dorchester Brewing Company, and it goes to the Massachusetts Housing and Shelter Alliance Young Professionals Group.$15, 11:30 a.m. Dorchester Brewing Company, 1250 Massachusetts Ave., Boston, eventbrite.com.Sunday, January 22Mighty Run and Climb: How’s this for Sunday Funday? Start with a 5K run around South Boston, then head over to Rock Spot for some rock climbing. After all that exertion, you’ll certainly need free beers from Mighty Squirrel.Free, 11 a.m. Rock Spot Climbing, 30 Old Colony Ave., Boston, eventbrite.com.Wednesday, January 25Yoga for Bad People: Everything you need to know is in the name. Come for the yoga class, stay for adult (and “behaved adult”) beverages from Juice Press.$30, 6 p.m. Vega Vitality, 551 Boylston St., Boston, vegavitality.com.Thursday, January 26Yoga Night Out: Join Health Yoga Life for a Thursday evening yoga class at Kendall Square’s K2 Café, then head to Glass House for appetizers, mingling, and swag bags. Even better? Your $5 registration benefits Enroot, a group that helps young local immigrants find success personally, in the classroom, and at work.$5, 6 p.m. K2 Café, 520 Kendall St., Cambridge, healthyogalife.com.Box and Bell: Every good workout should be followed with snacks, we say. At this Boston magazine-sponsored class, you’ll sweat through instructor Kelly Brabants’ boxing and kettlebell fusion class, then recover with free food and drinks.$10, 6:30 p.m. Boston Sports Clubs Studio, 669 Boylston St., Boston, eventbrite.com.Wormtown Brewery photo courtesy of Taproom YogaSaturday, January 28Yoga at Wormtown Brewery: Flow through 75 minutes of vinyasa yoga, then “rehydrate” with a beer from Worcester’s Wormtown Brewery.$20, 10 a.m. Wormtown Brewery, 72 Shrewsbury St., Worcester, eventbrite.com.Sunday, January 29Brunch Fit Burn: No lazy Sunday brunch for you. Earn those pancakes with a Tabata class at Burn Fitness Studios, then enjoy a catered brunch from Stats Bar and Grille.$39, 11 a.m. Burn Fitness Studios, 867 Boylston St., Boston, movewith.com.Tuesday, February 7Drake Yoga: Turn up for this “Dristi Drake” yoga class, sponsored by Yoga Around Town. After a Drake-themed vinyasa class at the Sinclair, stay for an afterparty in the Sinclair Kitchen.$30+, 7 p.m. The Sinclair, 52 Church St., Cambridge, yogaaroundtown.com.center_img Read all about the latest gym openings, healthy events, and fitness trends in our twice weekly Wellness newsletter. Sign up for Health & Wellness newsletters. Everything you need to stay healthy and fit.* 000last_img read more

Greater Good Imperial Brewing Company Plans to Open a Taproom in Worcester

first_img By Alex Wilking· Greater Good Imperial Brewing Company Plans to Open a Taproom in Worcester The high-octane brewing company also has its sights set on Boston distribution. 3/21/2017, 2:30 p.m. Print Sign up for The Feed. The latest on the city’s restaurants scene.*center_img Greater Good’s brewing space at Brewmasters in Williamsburg. / Photo providedThe great beer around Worcester can sometimes get eclipsed by all the suds pumping out of the Boston area and Western Mass. But after visiting Wormtown Brewery’s digs, or stopping in at one of the city’s budding breweries like 3cross and Flying Dreams, it’s hard to ignore the quality brews available. In a few months, residents of Central Massachusetts will have a unique new beer destination to add to that list: Greater Good Imperial Brewing, the country’s first all-imperial brewing company, will soon debut a full-scale taproom and brewery in Worcester.Founder Paul Wengender says his team is “actively pursuing” spaces in the city, and could have their operation running as early as this winter.“We have all of our financing lined up, it’s just a question of finding the right spot,” he says. “And we’re close.”Greater Good hit the local circuit last August with a catalog of high-alcohol beers. The brewery only produces brews between 8-14 percent alcohol by volume—think the antithesis to Notch Brewing. The brewery has since released sippers like a 10 percent-ABV sour cherry altbier called Helena, and the Greylock New England IPA, which hits 12 percent ABV. The crew recently debuted their fifth beer, an 8 percent-ABV IPA dubbed V, after the Roman numeral for five, and have an IPA called Pulp on the way.The current lineup from Greater Good. / Photo provided“That’s the kind of beer I’ve been brewing since 2006,” Wengender says. “That’s the kind of beer I enjoy. There are other people out there, like me, that love big beers.”Wengender and head brewer Shaun Radzuik (formerly of Rapscallion Brewing in Sturbridge) currently contract brew at Shebeen Brewing in Connecticut, and at a facility called Brewmasters Brewing Services in Williamsburg, though Wengender says they will soon shift all operations to Brewmasters. When that move takes place, the Greater Good team can increase annual production from 1,000 barrels to upwards of 4,000 barrels. Once the Worcester facility opens, Wengender plans to remain involved with Brewmasters in some capacity, he adds.Right now, Greater Good only distributes from MetroWest to Northampton, but Wengender says the company will soon ramp up distribution to include Greater Boston. The Wes Anderson-esque cans could even hit local shelves before the Worcester site debuts, he says.“We’ve been getting lots of calls and inquiries about carrying our beer in and around Boston,” he says. “We just need to make sure we can satisfy Natick to the Berkshires with our increased capacity [at Brewmasters] before we launch.”Before long, those production numbers won’t just include Greater Good: Wengender has plans to launch a second brewing brand alongside his all-imperial concept, called Soul Purpose, and begin making non-imperial beers under the moniker. He equated the split to what Jack’s Abby did with Springdale Barrel Room.“[Head brewer] Shaun enjoys the more sessionable IPAs,” he says. “Well, that’s probably going to be a great beer for our taproom in Worcester.”The breakdown of beers per brand is yet to be determined, but Wengender says both brands will operate out of the same facility, and Radzuik will be at the helm of both. Until those plans come to fruition, keep an eye out for more beers and seasonal styles from Greater Good, as there is a lot on the horizon for this brewing team.Greater Good Imperial Brewing Company, Worcester, greatergoodimperials.com. Devoted foodies and restaurant newbies love The Feed. Sign-up now for our twice weekly newsletter. 000last_img read more

Five Spots in the Suburbs to See the Boston Pops Fireworks

first_img Keep your weekends full of the coolest things to do around Boston with our weekly Weekender newsletter. Five Spots in the Suburbs to See the Boston Pops Fireworks Avoid the crowds this year at one of these parks in Quincy, Milton, Medford, and beyond. 4. Wright’s Tower, MedfordVenturing into the Middlesex Fells Reservation generally isn’t recommended at nighttime, but it’s worth a trip to see the fireworks. Bring a flashlight and head up to Wright’s Tower, an excellent vantage point overlooking the skyline. The tower itself is closed for public safety reasons, so don’t try climbing it. 1. Wollaston Beach, QuincyFor unobstructed waterfront views, head to Wollaston Beach in Quincy. Arrive a few hours early with beach gear to make a day of it—then when the sun sets, stay for the show, unimpeded by hordes of people. Sign up for Weekender. Arts, events, pop culture, and more.* Print Photo by John Tammaro on Flickr/Creative CommonsEvery year, New Englanders flock to the Esplanade for the Boston Pops fireworks display, and every year, it’s a scramble to find the perfect viewing spot. If you’d rather not have your picnic blanket overlapping with others, there are a few hidden places outside the city to get a good view. Ahead, check out five spots to see the Boston Pops fireworks in the suburbs. 3. Great Hill Park, WeymouthAt Great Hill Park, you can choose between sprawling out on a green space along the Weymouth waterfront or sitting in the comfort of your car in the parking lot. Great Hill Park is dog-friendly, too, and since the fireworks are about 12 miles away, they’re not as loud and menacing to your four-legged friend. 6/27/2017, 2:44 p.m. 5. Corey Hill Outlook Park, BrooklineThough it’s only a few miles from the fireworks display, Corey Hill Outlook Park is far enough away from the hustle and bustle to enjoy the show in peace. Bring a blanket to get comfy, and pick a spot where your view isn’t obstructed by trees. By Amber Miles· 14014 2. Governor Hutchinson’s Field, MiltonBraving crowds in the city on Independence Day is stressful enough, nevermind with kiddos in tow. Instead of wrestling strollers while defending your spot, you could spread out at Hutchinson’s Field, a four-acre park of grassy hills. It offers crystal clear views of the Neponset River, the Boston skyline, and the Harbor Islands.last_img read more

Bostons Holocaust Memorial Has Been Rededicated

first_img Get a compelling long read and must-have lifestyle tips in your inbox every Sunday morning — great with coffee! Print Photo courtesy of Combined Jewish PhilanthropiesTwo weeks after it was vandalized when a man heaved a rock through one of its glass panes, the New England Holocaust Memorial was rededicated in an emotional ceremony on Tuesday.“This memorial means a lot to all of us. It stands as a symbol of everything we want to be as a city,” Boston Mayor Marty Walsh said in a speech before the unveiling of the freshly installed plate, which is inscribed with the numbers given victims of the Nazis in concentration camps. “We will never forget the legacy and the lives of the victims on these glass walls. As a city, as a country, we promise to ensure it never happens again. It’s our duty as a city to spread that message.”Photo by Alex ErdekianAuthorities say 21-year-old James Isaac of Roxbury smashed one of the memorial’s glass panels with a rock. He was arrested and pleaded not guilty to vandalism charges. His lawyer has said he suffers from mental illness.Attendees at the ceremony included survivors of the Holocaust, among them Steve Ross, who founded the memorial, and Izzy Arbeiter, who says the number given to him at Auschwitz was one of the ones printed on the damaged, and now replaced, plate of glass. Arbeiter retold one of his most intense experiences during the Holocaust: the moment he parted forever with his parents, who were killed, in order to survive. Izzy Arbeiter. Photo by Alex ErdekianThis was the second gathering of officials and Jewish community leaders after the incident in the early hours of June 28, when it was announced that there were spare glass panels in storage. A replacement panel had not been needed in the more than 20 years since the memorial’s founding in 1995.Gov. Charlie Baker was also on hand to say a few words. “It’s very important to remember what this memorial stands for, who it represents and the horrific events that it speaks to—events we should always remember and never forget,” he said, adding that the renewed attention on the monument offered a chance to reflect on it. “I think there is a whole generation of young Bostonians who don’t know how the memorial ended up here, how this sacred ground got here.”At the conclusion of the ceremony, the mayor, governor, and survivors pulled the curtain’s cords and unveiled the mended memorial.The Holocaust Memorial in Boston is rededicated during an emotional ceremony. Damage repaired. #wbz pic.twitter.com/Yu3bSefdqq— Ken Tucci (@KenTucci) July 11, 2017 News Boston’s Holocaust Memorial Has Been Rededicated After an act of vandalism, Boston renews a pledge to never forget. By Alex Erdekian· center_img 000 Sign up for Boston Daily. News. Commentary. Every day.* 7/11/2017, 6:05 p.m. last_img read more

Five of the Prettiest Homes That Hit the Market in October

first_img 000 Real Estate Five of the Prettiest Homes That Hit the Market in October From a Back Bay beauty to a luxe log cabin, these houses top our list of favorites. Print By Madeline Bilis· 10/29/2017, 5:43 a.m. center_img Our On the Market series features extraordinary homes for sale in the region every day. But even among the standouts, there are standouts. Here are five of our favorites from October.Photo courtesy of Keller Williams Realty1. A Back Bay Beauty129 Beacon Street Unit 1A, BostonPrice: $2,250,000Size: 2,150 square feetBedrooms: 3Baths: 2.5Photo courtesy of Keller Williams Realty2. A Brick Queen Anne Victorian in Newton12 Billings Park, NewtonPrice: $1,579,000Size: 3,708 square feetBedrooms: 5Baths: 2.5Photo courtesy of Keller Williams Realty3. A Snazzy Spot in the South End578 Massachusetts Avenue #2, BostonPrice: $959,000Size: 1,169 square feetBedrooms: 2Baths: 2Photo via William Raveis Vermont Properties4. A Luxe Log Cabin in Ludlow4 Morning Star Drive, Ludlow, Vt.Price: $2,595,000Size: 6,184 square feetBedrooms: 5Baths: 5.5Photo courtesy of Campion & Company Fine Homes Real Estate5. A Jaw-Dropping Condo on the Common25 Beacon Street #4, BostonPrice: $9,350,000Size: 3,583 square feetBedrooms: 3Baths: 3.5 Sign up for Home & Property newsletters. Design, real estate, and pretty things for living.* Sign up for our weekly home and property newsletter, featuring homes for sale, neighborhood happenings, and more. last_img read more

Our Day Trip Guide to Portsmouth

first_img 3411347 From day trips to weekend getaways, our biweekly Traveler newsletter shows you the best of New England and beyond. 10/23/2018, 1:54 p.m. Travel Our Day Trip Guide to Portsmouth Where you can explore antique houses and historical gardens, and get your fill of coastal charm. We all need a break from city life sometimes, if even just for a few hours. Our day trip guides highlight all of the gems within a short drive from Boston. Here, we explore Portsmouth, New Hampshire.Photo via iStockPortsmouth, N.H.Distance from Boston: 60 milesDriving time: 1 hourA.M.Oh, Portsmouth. How do you squeeze so much coastal charm into just over 16 square miles? To soak up every last bit of it, start your day at Profile Coffee Bar. Put in an order for a Chemex pour over and a sausage, egg, and cheese, then pick out a vinyl record to play. (This is all best enjoyed while kicking back on one of the shop’s midcentury sofas.) Fueled for a morning of exploring, head out to Congress and Market Streets, where most of Portsmouth’s adorable independent boutiques are located. Spend an hour or two poking around shops like Wear House, one of the town’s best consignment stores, and Pickwick’s Mercantile, an old-fashioned shop with candy, games, and other baubles lining its cedar shelves. The time-honored shop is also home to the largest collection of small-batch handcrafted perfumes in New England. Adventurous home cooks shouldn’t miss Stock + Spice, a savory-smelling store filled with much-loved and hard-to-find spices, plus chef-made blends. A less than 10-minute walk from Stock + Spice is the Strawbery Banke Museum, Portsmouth’s pride and joy. This outdoor history museum tells the story of the oldest neighborhood in New Hampshire settled by Europeans. The property spans 10 acres, offering historical gardens and 32 antique buildings to be explored. Portsmouth is truly a house museum lover’s paradise, so if you’d like to continue your architectural revelry after Strawbery Banke, consider stopping in Historic New England’s Governor John Langdon House, a grand Georgian mansion on Pleasant Street. Strawbery Banke Museum photo by Lee Wright on Flickr/Creative CommonsP.M.Once you’ve got your fill of gables and gardens, make your way to Lexie’s for a quick lunch. The burger joint dishes up $6 patties and out-of-this-world truffle fries. Follow our lead and go for the classic Green Lantern burger, topped with avocado, tomato, cheddar, and chimichurri.A stroll in the salty air will do you good after such a feast. First, make a stop at Prescott Park along the Piscataqua River. Its flower gardens, fountains and specimen trees are a treat for the eyes. Next, hop in the car and set sail for Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse. Located at the tip of nearby New Castle, the highly Instagrammable landmark is open for tours on Sunday afternoons from 1 to 5 p.m.Following your afternoon of sea breezes, warm up at the Portsmouth Athenaeum. (You can stop in this cozy haven for book lovers Tuesdays through Saturdays from 1 to 4 p.m.) The membership library boasts some 40,000 books, and has a comprehensive collection of materials that tell the history of New Hampshire’s only major seaport: Portsmouth.Time for some pre-dinner brews. Portsmouth Brewery is a popular spot, but if time permits, check out Earth Eagle Brewings. It’s known for its gruit ales, which are made with mixes of flowers, herbs, and spices, rather than hops. The place is also only a five-minute walk from Moxy, where you’ll be spending the rest of the night noshing on small plates. At the tapas bar, James Beard-nominated chef Matt Louis invents dishes that are inspired by New England’s culinary history and its local ingredients. If you need something sweet before the hour-long drive back to the city, make one last stop at Annabelle’s Natural Ice Cream. Chunky homemade flavors like Mint Summer’s Night Dream and Swiss Chocolate Avalanche have been delighting Seacoast visitors since 1982.Photo by xiquinhosilva on Flickr/Creative Commonscenter_img By Madeline Bilis· Sign up for Boston Traveler. The best of Boston and beyond.* Printlast_img read more