Page 8 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 7, 2024 Everett Historical Commission to host dedication ceremony at former Park Theatre to kick off Walking Tour The Park Plaza condominiums where the Park Theatre used to be located. (Photo courtesy of City of Everett) The Park Theatre circa 1980 at 30 Chelsea St.; the Park Plaza Condominiums is now at this location. (Photo courtesy of Everett Public Libraries) The historical sign for the Park Theatre located in front of the Park Plaza Condominiums. (Photo courtesy of City of Everett) T IN COLLABORATION WITH PRESENT: BABSON ACADEMY YOUTH IMPACT LAB YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN ACTION WORKSHOP Thursday, June 27, 2024 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Everett Recreation Center 47 Elm St. Everett, MA 02149 LEARNFROM THE #1 RANKED COLLEGE FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN THE USA FOR 27 YEARS UNDERSTAND what it means to think and act like an entrepreneur. DEVELOP a solution to a problem in groups with other students. CONNECT problems to one of the UN Global Goals as viewed from the local context. AGES 14-19. FREE 45 spots available for Everett residents only. he Everett Historical Commission will be hosting REGISTER cityofeverett.com/events/babson-youth-workshop a dedication ceremony on Thursday, June 20, at 5:30 p.m. at the former location of the Park Theatre and current location of the Park Plaza Condominiums (30 Chelsea St.) to kick off the new City of Everett Walking Tour. The tour will eventually include nearly 100 locations dedicated to historic events, buildings and people that are considered part of Everett’s over 150-year history. The dedication of the Park Theatre – a local favorite for residents to gather at and be entertained by community events and the newest fi lms since its opening as the Crown Theater in 1914 – will kick off the Everett Historical Commission’s City of Everett Walking Tour. The event will include local and state elected offi cials, as well as the Chairperson of the Everett Historical Commission to off er their remarks. Refreshments will also be provided to all in attendance. The tour seeks to highlight the importance of Everett’s history and allows participants to learn through informational signs that will be located throughout the city. The sign that is placed at a historical site will inform participants about the location’s historical significance to the Everett’s history. Initiated by former City Clerk Michael Matarazzo, current City Clerk Sergio Cornelio and the members of the Everett Historical Commission, the ongoing project will eventually have nearly 100 locations with historical signs. All are welcome to attend 617-394-2270 Phone John.Russolillo@ci.everett.ma.us Email the ceremony. To learn more about the event or the Walking Tour, please contact the Offi ce of the City Clerk at 617394-2225.

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