r Letter From Eastie: June 2006
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Collaged view of Boston, from East Boston

Letter From Eastie

News and other items from East Boston, Massachusetts.

Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Salvadoran cultural event June 22nd.

Mayor’s Office of New Bostonians


The Cultural Awareness Committee


El Salvador

The palm’s Procession in Panchimalco

Thursday, June 22nd, 2006

12:00 NOON

Piemonte Room 5th Floor

Boston City Hall

  1. Presenter:

Isilma Morales, will give you a brief historical perspective on the Republic of El Salvador and the meaning of CUSCATLAN.

  1. An art exhibit by:

Painters Hector Perlera and Mauricio Puente &

Photographer Gloria Carrigg

  1. Songs of our Land, performed by Rosa Abraham

IV. A Video Presentation “Coffee of El Salvador”

Special thanks to the following Restaurants: El Buen Gusto, El Topacio, LaPupusa Guanaca, Mi Pueblito, Tacos El Paso, Tesoro Market, for arranging our delicious lunch.

For more information, please call Armando Silva at the Office of New Bostonians
617-635-1961 or via e-mail: armando.silva@cityofboston.gov

Wednesday, June 07, 2006

A new exhibit in Cambridge.


June 11- July 16

Gallery 263 in lively Cambridgeport, MA is happy to announce the opening of it's doors again with "DANCING IN THE PAINT" , a series of new paintings by Rick Berry and Annie Newbold. This art exhibit is free and open to the public. The opening reception will be on Sunday June 11, from 2-6 PM.

We are also inviting you to the closing reception on Friday July 14 at 8 PM, with a special guest musician, BEAU ROLAND BAND. Please come

and do the cheese and wine thing with us. For more information check

web-site, www.gallery263.com

Gallery 263

263 Pearl St.

Cambridge, MA

Tel. 781-393000


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