PARKING: There are a number of places to park in Boston including the public parking garage at Haymarket. If you get your ticket stamped at one of the local restaurants you will only have to pay $3. It is a 10min walk from most Boson garages to the Boston Common.Mobile App: you can download the ParkBoston mobile app to quickly find parking spaces here: http://park.boston.gov/ PUBLIC TRANSPORT: Take the Green, Red, Orange, Or Blue Lines to the PARK STREET station. Exit above ground and walk up the hill towards the State House and the memorial. You will see people gathering and hear music. WHAT TO EXPECT: When you arrive, there will be music playing, please stand silently in solidarity. FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 2017 (5:30-6:30pm) 5:30pm Meet at Robert Gould Shaw Memorial with your battery operated tea light. Overflow will move into the Boston Common along the path from the State House down to the Park Street Station. 6:00pm Brief remarks from event organizers. 6:15pm Singing. 6:20pm Traditional chant. 6:25pm Moment of Silence for Srinivas Kuchibhotla and others victims of hate fueled violence. 6:30pm Silent disbandment, leave candles and flowers together. WHAT TO BRING: - Battery operated candles in containers (jam jars are preferable, you can find these at most stores like Walmart, CVS, or can order in bulk online on eBay or Amazon for $5-20) ABOUT MR. KUCHIBHOTLA: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_shooting_of_Srinivas_Kuchibhotla SUPPORT THE FAMILY: https://www.gofundme.com/srinus-familyrecovery-support Help the Kuchibhotla family heal and take care of each other through their GoFundMe account (it has been disabled, but in case it's up again. WHAT IS A VIGIL: Traditionally, a vigil is when one remembers the deceased. A vigil is also when you stay alert to guard something, someone, or an idea.