Out & About
SPRING AT LAST!
Special Events April Presentation
Please join us on Wednesday, April 14 for “Filling in the Back Bay”. Jim Lambrechts, professor of engineering at Wentworth Institute of Technology will be discussing the geological background of the Back Bay and the decades long filling effort that added 500 acres to the City. To learn more and to register, click here.
Garden Club of the Back Bay Self-Guided Magnolia Tour
This is the time of year when lovely magnolia trees blossom all over the Back Bay. The Garden Club of the Back Bay has put together a Self Guided Tour of these beautiful trees. This is free, but you do need to register via Eventbrite to access the brochure. Click here to do that.
New Parking Advocacy Committee
The NABB Parking Advocacy Committee works to improve the Back Bay ‘Parking Quality of Life.’ We work with the City of Boston, its Councilors and the Department of Transportation to improve the resident parking experience in the Back Bay. The group is currently engaged with the City on the mix of Residential Parking Spots and Metered Spaces. Click here for more information.
The Mom’s Group is being revived for Moms in the Back Bay to meet and connect. Our goal is to offer support and be a resource for local Moms. When possible, outdoor events will be planned. For more information on joining, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org and the group will contact you.
NABB video of our accomplishments over our 65 year history.
Watch the video that was presented at our annual meeting in September 2020. This highlights NABB’s accomplishments over those 65 years. You can view it here. Also, if you were not able to attend, or would like to re-visit the annual meeting, you can view it here.
Congratulations, Vicki Smith and Susan Juretschke!
At the NABB Annual Meeting this year, Vicki Smith received the Paul Prindle Community Leadership Award, and Susan Juretschke the Mary Natale Citizenship Award. Thank you Vicki and Susan for your outstanding contributions to NABB and our community. Well deserved! To learn more about these awards, see the Community Service Awards page.
NABB office – We are working remotely.
Thank you for your patience during the COVID-19 era. We are unable to accept visitors in the NABB office due to limitations with social distancing. We are working remotely via email and voice mail. Please let us know how we may be of assistance.