Come for the yoga, stay for the view! If you've been living under a rock, we've had some kickass events down on the Pier at the Residence Inn in Charlestown and we are pumped to announce that we are sneaking in another one before the summer's over! Brunch Fitters cannot get enough of YogaWorks and we can't blame them! Join Brunches of Boston on Sunday, August 20th for a fun and challenging yoga class over-looking one of the best waterfront views in Boston, followed by a well-deserved boozy brunch at Blackmoor Bar & Kitchen right around the corner. Whether you're an old pro or new to yoga, classes at YogaWorks are designed for all levels, focusing on the best way to safely open and engage your body. Your instructor will lead you through a one hour yoga class designed to strengthen and energize your body and mind. Immediately following class, brunch will be served right down around the corner at Blackmoor. Blackmoor is one of Charlestown's hottest spots, providing a fun atmosphere and an even better brunch. Please choose one of the following brunch entree options at checkout: 1) Farmhouse Fritatta - Vegtarian farmhouse fritatta with potatoes, goat cheese, tri color peppers and tomatoes 2) Going Bananas - Banana Walnut Pancakes, Maple Bourbon Butter, Vermont Maple Syrup 3) Columbian Scramble - Scrambled Eggs, Carnitas, Potatoes, Cheddar Cheese, Salsa Verde, Corn Tortillas **Please inform us of any allergies or dietary restrictions prior to the event Tickets to this Event Include: - 60 minute YogaWorks yoga class - Entree and mimosa at Blackmoor - Brunches of Boston swag Details: Brunch Fit with YogaWorks and Blackmoor is hosted by Laura Attendees should arrive 10 minutes prior to class. Class will start on the Pier at Residence Inn at 11:30AM Tickets do NOT include yoga mats, attendees should bring their own mats *All tickets are non-refundable within 24 hours of the event
Charlestown Branch of the Boston Public Library 179 Main Street Charlestown, MA 02129 Wednesday, August 23, 2017, 10:30 – 11:30am
Historic New England invites students to explore the diverse architecture of Boston this summer from a modern glass skyscraper to a seventeenth century wooden house. Join us as we explore all the unique shapes, styles, and materials that create a city. Using Historic New England properties and city buildings, students will identify geometric shapes, discuss design and building techniques, and use a paper shape to make a cityscape to take with them. This program also encourages students to think about what a city needs in relationship to the environment and growing population.
Library: Charlestown Neighborhood: Charlestown Type of Event: Workshops & Classes Cost: Free Audience: Children (Ages 0-5), Children (Ages 6-12) Library Program Series: Summer Reading
Charlestown Branch of the Boston Public Library 179 Main Street Charlestown, MA 02129 Wednesday, July 5, 2017, 4 – 5pm
Do you need help with computers, your electronic device, or the library's online catalog, collections, or resources? Drop by for some informal one-on-one instruction on Wednesday afternoons between 4 to 5 p.m. No registration is required. Can't make it to the branch during that time frame? Make an appointment with the Adults Librarian by calling 617-242-1248.
Library: Charlestown Neighborhood: Charlestown Type of Event: Computers/Technology, Workshops & Classes Cost: Free Audience: Adults, Seniors
Charlestown Massachusetts is a neighborhoods on Boston with a rich history which began as the capital of the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1628. it's easy to find where Charlestown is located thanks to the Bunker Hill Monument located on Breeds Hill in Charlestown to commemorate the famous Battle of Bunker Hill.
A trip to Charlestown should include a visit to the Charlestown Navy Yard where the The USS Constitution, the oldest commissioned vessel in the US Navy, is docked. Paul Revere began his famous ride from Charlestown to warn that the "British was coming" before the Battle of Lexington and Concord.
Ben Affleck Directed and starred in the movie "The Town" released in 2010 depicting the fictional life of bank robbers and filming took place in Charlestown along the Freedom Trail.