We have a big announcement we’d like to share with you. In October, Marketplace Cafe, our restaurant at our Milton location, will be closing. The space will be renovated and early next year a new restaurant will launch.
Welcome to this week’s edition of the Cahill Report, a weekly update on Milton real estate activity produced in partnership with Laura Cahill.
Following are a list of open houses this week end and recent real estate transactions.
Rehearsals to be Held in Milton
For its 2014-2015 season, the Quincy Choral Society will share with its audiences a wide variety of music, featuring prominent classical composers and accomplished Broadway composers and lyricists. The season will kick off on December 7 when the chorus will present seasonal music including Karl Jenkins’ Stella Natalis (Star of Birth), celebrating different aspects of Christmas: the sleeping child, peace, winter, and thanksgiving.
Here is a shot of the MHS Wildcats scrimmaging. The shot is by sports photographer Roy Chambers who does a great job capturing MHS sports action. You can find his work here.
School may have started, but the fun for kids continues all year long at the Milton Public Library! In addition to our regular storytimes on Monday and Tuesday, we have these exciting programs for the young people in your life happening during the week of September 7 – 13:
The copper beech tree that stood over the grounds of the library is being removed. The tree has been in declining health for several years and the trustees voted to remove it due to public safety concerns. Click “Read more” for additional photos. (Photos courtesy of the Milton Public Library)
Registration is now open for Milton Adult Education courses. Offerings include art, crafts, computer skills, foreign languages and more. You can find the complete course listing with instructors, schedules, and descriptions here.
Notice from Milton Police Department
On Tuesday August 26, 2014 about 5pm, an unknown suspect (white male, approx. 5”11-6ft, 250lbs-300lbs, no facial hair, blonde eyebrows and hair, missing front right tooth, wearing a black Bruins fitted baseball hat, black V-neck t-shirt, grey sweatpants and sneaker) passed a demand note and obtained $80 dollars.
by Frank Schroth
I was reading the New York Times online yesterday and stumbled on an opinion piece, “A Marriage to Remember“, by Banker White, a documentary filmmaker. Mr. White’s mother has Alzheimer’s and he discusses his father’s support of her and writes:
The experience of caring for someone with Alzheimer’s can be incredibly isolating, at a time when you need support the most. We are grateful that this process has helped us to come together as a family and as a community to celebrate that most precious gift of all: our memories.
Editorial from The Boston Globe
THE TEAMSTERS who allegedly slashed tires and hurled racist, sexist, and antigay epithets at a “Top Chef” filming site in Milton in June ought to consider how much they stand to lose if their offensive antics cause the public to lose faith in the Massachusetts film industry. (Read the full story here.)