Out & About

What’s New

A Hungry Squirrel


Flag over the Hatch Shell

 

Golden Trees along the River

 

Serene Mornings
Join us for our Holiday Event
THANK YOU, INDEED


Fall Harvest

And Busy Afternoons

 

  Special Events Holiday Presentation
Please join noted historian, Anthony Sammarco, Wednesday, December 16th, 7:00-8:00pm, as he talks about his book, Christmas Traditions in Boston (pictured at left), and the shared traditions of how Bostonians celebrated the holiday season. There is no charge for this event and a Q&A will follow afterwards. For more details and to register, please click here.

  Mom’s Group
This group is being revived for Moms in the Back Bay to meet and connect. We are dedicated to providing information about local child-friendly activities and experiences. We can keep each other up to date as our museums, libraries, and other local resources begin to safely open. We will start to host walks on the Esplanade, coffee get-togethers, play-dates and other in person activities when it is safe to do so. Our goal is to offer support and be a resource for local Moms.
For more information on joining, please send an email to: info@nabbonline.org and the group will contact you.

 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.

  Re-visit the NABB Annual Meeting that was held on September 16.
The NABB Annual Meeting was held virtually on Wednesday, September 16, the first such virtual event in our 65 year history. In addition to the standard meeting items, we showed a video highlighting 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.

  NABB office closed
Until further notice in response to Governor Baker’s COVID-19 Essential Services Order.