A contactless holds pickup service begins at the Boudreau branch of the Cambridge public library system, on Observatory Hill in Neighborhood 9, beginning April 26.
Burgeoning scientists, engineers and technology lovers of all ages will finally get a peek Tuesday at The Hive, a development at the Cambridge Public Library centered around science, technology, engineering, arts and math. It was first meant to open in March, some 10 months ago.
The city has not permitted events or gatherings through its special events process since March 16 because of the coronavirus pandemic, and this extension will make it nearly a year.
Shovels are in the ground at a library park paid for by the East Cambridge Open Space Trust in not just money, but through the thousands of hours worked by unpaid volunteers in endless meetings, emailing, record keeping, pleading and persisting. These local heroes cannot be thanked enough.