DEMARIA SIGNS AGREEMENT WITH GATEWAY MALL TO REBUILD PATHWAY
Since his first term as Mayor, Carlo DeMaria, has advocated for multi-use bike and walking paths that connect the City of Everett to other neighboring communities, including Boston. In 2008, DeMaria understood and supported the opportunity and importance of connecting significant destinations. He became one of the first mayors to promote the Bike to the Sea’s vision by connecting Everett to the City of Boston via the Northern Strand Community Path.
This past September, Mayor DeMaria continued to make that vision a realization by signing an agreement with the Gateway Mall to build a pathway extension from West Street over to the Gateway Mall and Encore Boston Harbor. By signing this agreement, the Gateway Mall is working with the City of Everett on designing and constructing a connection for residents and commuters alike to the Gateway Center, Encore Boston Harbor, and destinations across the river in Somerville and Boston.
Soon, the bike path that runs from Saugus through this area, and currently terminates at West Street, will be extended in partnership to continue on across Rt. 16, around the resort, and into Boston- providing cyclists with an excellent opportunity for a safe, scenic commute.
Mayor DeMaria stated, “The extension of the Northern Strand Community Trail represents a major opportunity for the City of Everett and its residents. Multi-use bike paths that connect significant destinations can bring increased economic vitality, improved quality of life, and better community health outcomes by providing easy access to physical activity.”
Connecting Everett to the City of Boston via a comfortable and safe multi-use path would create a more affordable, healthier, and more enjoyable commute options for hundreds of commuters, and a recreational outlet for hundreds more. The Northern Strand is also an essential section of a much larger vision for a connected statewide bicycle network.
Parlin Memorial Library Events
Monday, November 5 @ 3:30 pm Parlin Meeting Room
Press Due: Monday, October 29
The November meeting of the Parlin Memorial Library’s Pokemon Club will include an all new 3D printing project! Search for your favorite Pokemon to modify into your very own small plant pot, while learning about 3D modeling and using the Parlin Memorial Library’s brand new printer! This program is for children aged 12 and up, and all necessary materials will be provided by the library. The program is free and open to the public, but space is limited so please register at the Children’s Desk. To register or for more information, please call 617-394-2306.
Tuesday, November 6 @ 2:30 pm Parlin Children’s Room
Press Due: Monday, October 29
The Parlin Memorial Library is excited to welcome back Zico the Therapy Dog! Come to the library’s Children’s Room on Tuesday, November 6 at 2:30 pm to meet Zico and read with him. Children of all ages are welcome to visit, and there is no registration required. All library programs are free and open to the public; please call 617-394-2306 for more information.
Read 18 in ‘18 Author Event
Wednesday, November 7th, at 7:00 pm
Are you traveling to New York this holiday season? Want to impress your friends and family with your knowledge of the Storied Bars of New York? At the Everett Public Libraries, you can borrow the book or listen to author Julia Cabe discuss the charm and history of bars of New York while we share a mocktail.
Refreshments are provided by the Friends of the Everett Libraries. For more information, call the Information Desks at the Parlin, (617) 394 2302, or Shute Libraries, (617) 394 2308.
Shute Memorial Library
Wednesdays Nov 7th, Nov 21, Nov 28, 3PM-4:30PM, Shute Meeting room
Come to the library to play multiplayer video games on the Library’s Playstation 4. Refreshments will be served thanks to the Friends of the Everett Public Libraries. Intended for teens.
Get Hired: Resume Writing and Gmail
Parlin Memorial Library
Thursday November 8th, 7PM Parlin Meeting Room
On Thursday November 8th at 7PM join us at the Parlin Library to create a resume! Learn about different types of resumes and determine which one is best for you! After a quick overview of Gmail, you will have the opportunity to create a new resume or edit an existing one! By the end of the class you should be able to go upstairs and print your new and improved resume! If you don’t finish by the end of the first class, you attend that is okay! Come to the next meeting and you can keep improving your resume! Classes will be held at the Parlin Library in the meeting room. All resources will be provided.