June 2022 Events Calendar – Bassick | Forbes Global Properties


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June 2022 Events Calendar

Thursday, June 2nd

Boston Symphony: Star Wars Empire Strikes Back

Friday, June 3rd

First Fridays: Back with Boudoir

Saturday, June 4th

Caribbean-American Heritage Festival

Sunday, June 5th

Swan Lake: Boston Ballet 

Monday, June 6th

Melissa Etheridge at City Winery Boston

Tuesday, June 7th

Paul McCartney 

Wednesday, June 8th

Boston Pops Night

Thursday, June 9th

Boston Festival Chamber Series: The Super Trio

Friday, June 10th

Wicked

Saturday, June 11th

Annual Quincy Flag Day Parade & Celebration

Monday, June 13th

Tove Lo

Tuesday, June 14th

Northern Lights Sunset Cruise 

Thursday, June 16th

Celebrating Billy Joel – America’s Piano Man ’50 Years of Billy’

Friday, June 17th

Bunker Hill Day & Parade

Sunday, June 19th

Sweet Caroline Tour

Thursday, June 23rd

Exhibit: “Turner’s Modern World”

Sunday, June 26th

Drawing the Curtain: Maurice Sendak’s Designs for Opera and Ballet

Monday, June 27th

Frida Immersive Exhibit

Tuesday, June 28th

Copley Square Farmers Market 

Thursday, June 30th

LÉON – Fade Into A Dream Tour

News Notes

Weather

60º | Rain | 60% chance of precipitation

Travel

MBTA shuttle buses will replace Orange Line trains between Oak Grove and Wellington stations from Fri., July 29-Sun., Aug. 28for construction work at the Wellington Yard and Maintenance Facility. (Boston.com)

Civic

Yesterday, Mayor Wu announced the City of Boston Childcare Stabilization Grant, providing all family-based child care providers a one-time flexible spending grant of $3,260. This funding will provide additional support to early childcare educators and providers as they continue torecover from the economic impacts of the pandemic.  

Biz

A newly formed council is working to support local businesses owned by Asian Americans. The Asian Business Empowerment Council aims to become a standalone nonprofit within five years andcollaborate with BIPOC communities. (Boston Globe)

Development

The City of Boston is reviewing a new development proposal for 1234 and 1240 Soldier’s Field Road in Brighton, currently home to the Studio Allston Hotel and a Skating Club of Boston ice rink. The project includes 535 rental units, 255 hotel rooms, and ~14,500 sqft of retail space. (Boston.com)

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