HOMEWARD BOUND - A JOINT BENEFIT

Homeward Bound 

The pleasure of your company is requested at this joint benefit to support Women's Lunch Place in providing services to the homeless and NABB in preserving the quality of life in the neighborhood, including a new homeless initiative

co-sponsored by The Women's Lunch place and

the Neighborhood Association of the Back Bay

Hearty harvest tastings, wine, craft beers, and holiday silent auction

Date: Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Time: 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Location: Women's Lunch Place   67 Newbury Street, Boston 

Enjoy craft beers, wine, a special harvest cocktail and delicious small plates. 

$75 General Admission (advanced registration required)

$400 Sponsorship (to underwrite the evening's Costs) 

To Purchase Tickets online: https://womenslunchplace.org/event-calendar/2019/9/18/nabb-homeward-bound 

or by mailing payment to P.O. Box 170900, Boston, MA 02117 

Limited seating, please reserve tickets at your earliest convenience. 

For additional sponsorship & underwriting opportunities, contact tour@womenslunchplace.org 

Your contribution excluding $25 per ticket is tax-deductible to the extent provided by law.

CANDIDATES FORUM


Candidates Forum 

 

Date: October 22, 2019

Time: 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm

Location: 116 Beacon St. (lower level, Fisher College)

 

Please join your neighbors at the  Candidates Forum on Tuesday October 22nd at 6:00 pm at Fisher College, 116 Beacon Street. Kenzie Bok and Jennifer Nassour will be presenting their ideas and responses to questions on matters that affect our daily lives in our neighborhoods. Come and learn more about these candidates. 

We are grateful to Peter Nessen who will be the moderator for the evening.

Sponsored by: The Neighborhood Association of the Back Bay, Beacon Hill Civic Association and the West End Civic Association

Spookly Walking Tour

Special Events Spooky Walking Tour 

Please join Special Events for a Spooky Walking Tour....Souls of artists, murderers, and curious spirit haunt Copley Square to this very day, both living and dead. Explore Boston's famously man made neighborhood by night, and the history of the city's Gilded Age is easy to imagine first hand. Through storytelling, wink-worthy jokes, and occasional creepy facts and anecdotes, Daniel Berger- Jones will ensure that even if no spirits reveal themselves to our group, the city's past will come alive. The Ghost Walk of the Back Bay will Start in Copley Square and finish in the Boston Public Garden, lasting 65- 70 minutes.

Date: Tuesday Oct. 29th

Time: Start: 7 pm prompt, Ends: 8:10- or a bit later depending on the pace of the group.

Location: Meet on the steps of Trinity Church in Copley Square- End in the Boston Public Garden

What to wear- Comfortable walking shoes.

After the tour an optional hot chocolate or warm up drink will be held at the Copley Plaza.

Cost only $20 per person. 

Make your checks out to NABB - Space is limited so send you checks in as soon as possible. 

Mail checks to: 

Ann Heimlicher

50 Commonwealth Avenue #501

Boston, MA 02116

Please RSVP to specialevents@nabbonline.com
if you are planning on joining us for this ghostly adventure. Space is limited

Halloween Trick or Treat on Marlborough St

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Special Halloween Celebration in the Back Bay 

Marlborough Street turns into Trick - or - Treat center

for our little neighborhood goblins 

Date: Thursday, October 31st

Time: 5:30 - 8:30 pm

Street Closings: Marlborough St. from Berkeley to Fairfield St

(including side streets from Beacon St. to Comm Aveso our little goblins can trick-or-treat safely.) 

* Volunteers are needed to help with the street closing. Please contact: info@nabbonline.com. 

* Please dress-up, decorate your house, yard, etc, get involved anyway that you wish. Plan to hand out tricks or treats to make this a festive occasion for all! 

* To be listed in the Safe House List by the Neighborhood Association of the Back Bay call 617-247-3961 or email: info@nabbonline.com 

Happy Halloween and have fun!