We are celebrating are 10 year anniversary today!!!
Another 3-7 cm of snow is expected today from 12 pm to 6 pm. So bundle up and stay warm!
Snow storm expected to hit Saturday to Sunday . Bundle up its suppose to be a bad one!
We are implementing a new cancellation policy this month . The new cancellation policy states that if you cancel in 48 hours of the lesson that you can either lose the hour or you can take an online lesson during the original time of the lesson.
Although Thanksgiving hasn’t passed yet, people are already preparing for the winter holidays. If the cold winds and early nightfall aren’t getting you in the mood for winter festivities, the city has planned some events to spark cheer and excitement. Tree lighting ceremonies are taking place all over Boston in the upcoming weeks to usher in the holiday season.
On Saturday night, Faneuil Hall showcased Blink!, an LED light show featuring music from the Boston Pops. The marketplace was packed with eager spectators wanting to see not only the tree lighting, but musical performances and an appearance by Mayor Menino.
The Street at Chestnut Hill is currently featuring a new light display that has been in the works since last summer.
The trellis at Christopher Columbus Park will be lit this evening at dusk. This ceremony will feature special activities and snacks.
There will be an 8 day long lighting ceremony for the menorah in Boston Common, starting on 11/27, the day before Thanksgiving.
The Prudential Center will celebrate with their traditional 31 Nights of Light, which begins on December 1st. Each pillar of light that is lit will represent a different organization in Boston, such as AIDS Action and Alzheimer’s Association.
The Boston Common tree lighting ceremony will take place on December 5th, featuring Mayor Menino, in his last tree lighting ceremony as mayor. This lighting ceremony will have a a performance by the Skating Club of Boston and musical performances.
The city will list all winter programs on their website.
President Obama is scheduled to visit Boston on Wednesday, 10/30, to talk about his healthcare program.
In light of the recent difficulties with the new healthcare website, the President has planned a speech at Boston’s historic Faneuil Hall to discuss the benefits to Obamacare. Faneuil Hall was previously used as a backdrop to former governor Mitt Romney’s signing of Massachusetts’ health care bill in 2006. Obama’s advisers felt that using Faneuil Hall as the setting of a speech on healthcare would be symbolic of compromise between Democrats and Republicans. The goal of the trip to Boston is to bolster public support of the healthcare plan.
The speech is set to begin at 3:55 pm. Health and Human Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is supposed to testify about the problems with the healthcare website in front of Congress on Wednesday.