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POST-GAZETTE, JULY 4, 2014 Page 7 MADONNA DELLE GRAZlE July 13 Procession Only - Hanover - Prince Sts. 2 pm ST. ROCCO July 20 Procession Only -- Hanover- Prince Sts. 1 pm ST. AGRIPPINA Hanover & Battery Sts. Sunday Procession MADONNA DELLA CAVA Hanover & Battery Sts. Sunday Procession I pm MADONNA del SOCCORSO August 14, 15, 16, 17 North, Fleet & Lewis Sts. (Fisherman's) Sunday Procession ST. ANTHONY Endicott & Thacher Sts. Sunday Procession ST. LUCY Monday Procession - Endicott SL August 1, 2, 3 I pm August 8, 9, 10 I pm August 29, 30, 31 12 pm September 1 5 pm ST. ROSALIE September 7 Procession Only - North Square 1 pm BER ST. JOSEPH'S FEAST Prado - Hanover SL Sunday Procession October 3, 4, 5 1 pm Malden, MA SAINT ROCCO FESTIVAL Pearl Street Sunday Processon Lawrence, MA FEAST OF THE THREE SAINTS Saints Alfio, Filadelfo and Cirino Common & Union St., Lawrence Sunday Procession Cambridge Festival SS COSMAS AND DAMIAN Warren and Cambridge SL, Cambridge Sunday Procession August 8, 9, 10 1 pm August 29, 30, 31 3 pm September 6, 7 1 pm LUCIA RISTORANTE & BAR Traditional Italian Cuisine 415 Hanover Street, Boston 61 7.367.2353 11 MountVernon Street, Winchester 781.729.0515 Priv(]te I=unc|ion ioom, fop any Occasion Christeninq. briclol Shower. bab,.j Showe,, Birlhcloq Bereavement, Etc. ! Donato Frattaroli donato @ www'luciaristrante'cm J this SUMMER visit the Massachusetts ice of Travel & Tourism at www.massvacation'com' Mrs. Murphy... As l See It Happy Fourth of people want the casino, with Arizona State. Star- July everyone. they're just tired of talking bucks employs 135,000 U.S. Cities will be fi  i;  rockin' & rollin' with fireworks in celebration of Indepen- dence Day. With Barack Obama in office many people fear our independence and safety will be short lived ... How laxhas the govern- ment become? Parents from Central America, Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador are smuggling their unac- companied children from babies up to teens into this country, dumping them on street corners in Arizona and Texas for taxpayers to support! The surge of chil- dren is a misunderstanding of U.S. immigration policy made in an Obama state- mentT Once again Obama BOMBED! As much as 60,000 are expected to cross the Border and be supported by American workers. This should be of great concern to working Americans .... The saga over the casino in Revere continues. Now, Gov. Patrick is pushing for a state wide vote. People like John Nucci who are opposed to a casino near their home keep referring to the anti- casino crusade "polls show odds don't favor casinos." However the reason polls are showing casino support is waning is because the pro- cess has become so dragged out people have simply lost interest. A large majority of about it. Jobs are needed and a casino can remedy all that. It all comes down to how many palms will be greased in Massachusetts! Case closed ... Sen. Elizabeth War- ren D-Mass. says the days of then ultra liberal Gov. Michael Dukakis "Massa- chusetts Miracle" are long gone. (Thank God for Massa- chusetts Dukakis is gone) Warren is lamenting over people leaving Massachu- setts. Granny Warren, wake up the people who leave Mas- sachusetts are the working- class who are sick of "sup- porting all the WELFARE FRAUD." Get the picture Lizzy!!! ... A housing building at Sumner and Orleans Streets just received a nod from the Jeffries Point Neighborhood Assoc. Accord- ing to developers this is an opportunity to improve the neighborhood with needed market rate work force .... Cigarette smokers step to the plate and throw your butts in trash cans not the streets. Keep East Boston clean, remember you live there! ... Hats off to Star- bucks! Starbucks is offering a FREE college education to its employees. Starbucks will provide a free on-line college education to thou- sands of its workers without requiring that they remain with the company, through an unusual arrangement employees. Hey Dunkin', be- sides offering weak coffee and small donuts, what are you doing to give back to the communities you oper- ate in??? ... In an article in the Herald former City of Boston Councilor-at-Large John Nucci wrote "New Hampshire folks are con- fused on politics". I would call it more fed up than confused John .... Heard East Boston Kitchen on Sumner Street is a big hit! This quaint cof- fee shop serves many or- ganic choices, fresh baked scones and pastries and gourmet sandwiches. The owners who are also Eastie residents, incorporated a bit of history into their place. The custom wood furniture is made by timber used from ships dating way back. Many Jeffries Point homes were built by wood from ships in the once thriving East Bos- ton waterfront. East Boston Kitchen is a great addition to the ever growing Jeffries Point neighborhood. Other great Jeffries Point haunts ... Italian Express, A&L Bak- ery, Carmella's Market, and Mehak - Indian reStaurant. More great Eastie tidbits ... Piers Park Sailing is a great program. Take advantage of sailing in Boston Harbor for very affordable rates. ZUMIX recently held a jazz program featuring many professional artists. Boston Fisheries Foundation Announces 3 rd Annual Seafood Festival on the 100 Year Anniversary of the Fish Pier The Boston Fisheries Foundation will be host- ing their third annual Boston Seafood Festival on July 27 th, 2014 from 11:00 am until 6:00 pm. This celebratory event will take place on Boston's his- toric Fish Pier to com- memorate its 100 year an- niversary, serving as the focal point to the Boston fishing industry. The Boston Fisheries England favorites including chow- der, lobster rolls and fried clams. Along with mouth watering fan favorites, the Festival will feature local art ven- dors whose inspiration is focused around Maritime. The Festival will also play host to the much antici- pated Battle of the Shuckers, an oyster shucking contest that brings together the best shuckers in the industry. "There has been a huge need to bring awareness to one of the oldest continual in- Foundation is a non-profit which was cre- ated to serve the purpose of educating the public about responsible harvesting and management as well as the benefits of sustainably harvested seafood as high-qual- ity nutrition whose production protects the environment from deforestation, global warming, and other negative impacts. "This festival is an incredible and unique oppor- tunity for the public to learn about the his- tory, skills, traditions, and values of the fish industry in New England. I'm proud of the diverse food, education and entertainment the festival planning committee has put to- gether for this remarkable occasion." said Robert Nagle, Co-founder of the Boston Fish- eries Foundation. The Boston Seafood Festival will include a variety of food trucks and vendors including No Name, Captain Marden's and Yankee Lobster who will be serving New dustries in New England, the fishing indus- try," said Chris Basile, Co-founder of the Bos- ton Fisheries Foundation. "Bring your friends and family to celebrate the 100 th an- niversary of the Boston Fish Pier, the old- est working fish pier in the United States. Between the food, history and entertain- ment, you're guaranteed to have a memo- rable time." Don't miss out on this family friendly event which features a kid's area that in- cludes face painting, interactive games and the sought after New England Aquarium touch tank. Tickets are on sale now through the Boston Fisheries Foundation and is free for kids 12 and under. Attendees also have the option of purchasing VIP and Premium tickets th/t allow the ticket holder to skip lines. All proceeds go toward the Boston Fish- eries Foundation. Purchase your tickets now at Revere Beach SAND SCUMMING FESTIVAL July 18- 20, 2014 America s First Public Beach Pays Tribute to U.S. Military Heroes