Here are the latest Charlestown - Navy Yard neighborhood notes:

Easter egg hunt

The First Church in Charlestown will host an Easter Egg Hunt from noon to 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 20 at the Charlestown Training Field.

Children are invited to bring their baskets for a fun hunt and refreshments.

Call 617-242-3693 or visit www.fccharlestown.com.

Sunrise service

The crew of USS Constitution will host the annual Easter sunrise service aboard the USS Constitution in Dry Dock 1 at the Charlestown Navy Yard from 6:45 to 8 a.m. on Sunday, April 21.

This non-denominational service will be open to the general public, free of charge. Guests will be allowed to board Constitution at 6:45 a.m. with seating available on a first-come, first-serve basis. All guests, ages 18 and older, are required to show a valid state or federal-issued photo I.D. or passport to board the ship.

The service will conclude with the Constitution crew’s observance of morning colors at 8 a.m. aboard “Old Ironsides.”

Following the service, the Constitution will reopen for the general public from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

For further information, visit www.ussconstitutionmuseum.org or call 617-426-1812.

Violin concert

Violin virtuoso Dorisiya Yosifova will present a recital of solo works for violin from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Monday, April 22 at the Charlestown Branch Library, 179 Main St.

Born in Bulgaria, Yosifova began her musical training early on, and her first solo debut came at the age of seven with the Gabrovian Chamber Orchestra. She has completed a bachelor of music degree in violin performance from Oberlin Conservatory and recently earned a master of music degree at the Boston Conservatory at Berklee. She plays with the violin-viola duo femme fuoco and the Apollo Ensemble of Boston.

Admission is free. Further information can be found at www.bpl.org or by calling 617-242-1248.

Watercolor workshops

The Charlestown Branch Library, 179 Main St., will offer free watercolor workshops from 1:30 to 3 p.m. on Tuesdays, from April 23 to May 21.

Attendees will learn the basics of watercolor painting in this weekly series of workshops for adults with artist Juleen Jones. The classes will cover an introduction to watercolors; flowers, leaves and trees; skies and clouds; introduction to landscapes; and seascapes, beaches and boats.

Space is limited; groups cannot be accommodated. To register and for more details, call 617-242-1248.

Compelling conversation

Bunker Hill Community College, 250 New Rutherford Ave., will welcome author Seng Ty in a “Compelling Conversation” at 1 p.m. on Thursday, April 25 in auditorium room A300.

Ty was born in Cambodia, the son of a respected physician. At age 13, he made his way alone to a refugee camp in Thailand. His story was featured in the TIME magazine article “Children of War,” and was read by a family in Amherst, who adopted him a year later. Now he is a citizen of the United States, a husband, a father and an educator in the Lowell public schools.

Ty wrote “The Years of Zero – Coming of Age Under the Khmer Rouge” in 2014 to expand his message beyond the circle of his students in Lowell to people all over the world who need a little hope.

Reservations are required for this free program, online at www.bhcc.mass.edu/speakers or by call 617-228-2000.

Solo art exhibit

The StoveFactory Gallery, 523 Medford St., will host a new exhibit “The Shape of Things” from April 26 through 28.

The community is invited to an opening reception to be held from 6 to 9 p.m. on Friday, April 26.

The exhibit will feature new landscapes and other artworks by Barbara J. Torrey.

Gallery hours are from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday.

Visit www.artistsgroupofcharlestown.com, send an email to barbarare@aol.com or call 617-241-0130 for further information.

Healthy Kids Day

The Charlestown YMCA at 150 Second Ave. will host a Healthy Kids Day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 27.

Festivities will include dancing to music spun by a DJ, games, healthy eating information with Whole Foods, face painting and chats with representatives from the U.S. Navy.

Admission is free. Call 617-286-1220 or visit www.ymcaboston.org for more information.

Independence Day lottery

The Commanding Officer and crew of USS Constitution invite the community to enter into the annual Independence Day Underway lottery for a unique opportunity to go aboard America’s Ship of State as she goes out into Boston Harbor on July 4.

Entries must be received by midnight, May 15 and the drawing is scheduled for June 3.

The 150 lottery winners will engage with active-duty sailors throughout the turnaround cruise to gain an understanding of the Navy’s enduring mission, learn of Constitution’s historic legacy and enjoy one of America’s finest cities from the sea. Each winner is allowed up to one additional guest.

All passengers must be at least 8 years of age and be physically able to travel up and down steep ladder wells and stand for prolonged periods of time exposed to the environment, rain or shine. Attendees, age 18 and older, must possess a state or federally issued ID.

Lottery entries are limited to one per household. Visit www.ussconstitution.org for further details.

Golf clinic

The Boston Parks and Recreation Department will offer free indoor golf clinics for both beginners and experienced players from 6 to 8 p.m. on Tuesdays until April 30, at the Charlestown Boston Center for Youth and Families, 225 Medford St.

The clinic series is six weeks long, with registration on a first-come, first-served basis. The first hour of each clinic is the junior session (ages 7 to 17), the second hour is the adult session (18 and up). There is a maximum of 25 people per session; all others will be placed on a waiting list. Equipment is provided, but attendees may bring their own clubs. Clinicians are highly qualified golf instructors.

To register, call 617-635-5169.

Revolutionary moments

Bunker Hill Community College, 250 New Rutherford Ave., is displaying “Revolutionary Moments: Art, the Word and Social Action,” works by Robin M. Chandler, now through June 14 at the Mary L. Fifield Gallery.

For the last decade Dr. Chandler has experimented with multimedia applications and digital technology to explore studio production and 2 and 3-D projects.

As a collage artist, she uses sketches, hand cut ‘drawings’, photographs, digitized images and handmade papers to construct traditional and digital collage works, some large scale.

She has produced several series with seven or nine works in each series such as “The Seven Valleys,” a meditation on spiritual journeying produced in France in 2009, the “Peace Series,” a set of nine collages that demonstrated humanity’s evolution in the stages of peace and war, and the “Stone Tablets” series.

Her themes cover broad global issues of peace making, the meaning of freedom and trans-cultural heritage and identity.

The exhibit is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Mondays through Fridays and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.

Call 617-228-2093 or visit www.bhcc.edu for more information.

Food pantry requests

The Harvest on Vine Food Pantry is requesting boxes of boxes of cereal, beef stew and soup for a hot meal and cans of coffee. Any donation on non-perishable foods would also be greatly appreciated.

Donations can be dropped off at the Food Pantry at 49 Vine St., The Cooperative Bank at 201 Main St. and at the Parish Center on 46 Winthrop St. Financial donations can be sent to: Harvest on Vine, Parish Center, 46 Winthrop St., Charlestown, MA 02129.

For more information, call 617-990-7314.

Disaster relief donations

The Charlestown Lions Club is collecting donations to go to disaster relief. The donations will be used to benefit those affected by the local gas explosions and recent hurricanes in the South.

All proceeds will be donated – there are no administrative costs. Checks may be made out to Charlestown Lions Club – LCIF and sent to: P.O. Box 290474, Charlestown, MA 02129.

Send an email to Towniemoe@aol.com for more information.

Bunker Hill history

The community is invited to free talks from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily at Bunker Hill Monument, 43 Monument Square.

Participants will learn about the experiences of soldiers on both sides of the first real battle of the War for Independence. Although the battle was a loss for the colonists, the high number of casualties on the British side, including a significant portion of the officer corps, demonstrated that inexperienced militia could stand up to the regular army, which eventually led to the withdrawal of the British from Boston.

Visit www.nps.gov/boston or call 617-242-5601 for more details.

Ironsides’ hours

The USS Constitution, the oldest commissioned warship afloat, offers tours from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednesdays through Sundays.

Verbal presentations will be given on the ship and will kick off every 15 minutes. Tours are self-paced and the top three decks are open to the public. USS Constitution crewmembers will be on hand to answer questions and give oral presentations about the ship’s storied past. Visitors will be served on a first-come, first-served basis.

Admission is free.

For more information, call 617-242-7511 or visit www.navy.mil/local/constitution/visitor information.

Marine museum

The Boston Marine Society at Building No. 32, Charlestown Navy Yard, is open to the public from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Mondays through Fridays.

The society hosts a large collection of art and artifacts depicting maritime history and life on the sea, as well as a research library, detailing the history of sailing and marine commerce and the history of one of the oldest and most important ports in the country.

Its website includes selected objects from its collection and the history of the organization. Visit www.bostonmarinesociety.org or call 617-242-0522 for more information.

Diorama display

The Bunker Hill Monument Museum, 45 Monument Square, is open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Located on the Freedom Trail, the museum displays the history of the construction of the Bunker Hill Monument as well as a diorama of the historic battle. A cyclorama shows a 360-degree view of the battlefield.

The Charlestown Historical Society keeps its archives in this building, which once served as the neighborhood’s public library.