How to Pay Your Respects to Mayor Menino

In this photo, taken by Eric Haynes of the Governor’s Office, Mayor Tom Menino smiles on the day he announced he’d be retiring.

Eric Haynes / Governor's Office

In this photo, taken by Eric Haynes of the Governor’s Office, Mayor Tom Menino smiles on the day he announced he’d be retiring.

Hello neighbors. Here’s your Morning Memo for Friday, Oct. 31.

Funeral Arrangements for Mayor Menino: If you’d like to pay your respects to former Mayor Tom Menino, who died Thursday at 71, his body will lie in state at Fanueil Hall at 10 a.m. on Sunday. The funeral Mass, which is private, will take place at noon Monday in Hyde Park. The family will be posting further details at tommenino.org. At that site, you can share your memories, send a card or make a donation to the Thomas M. Menino Fund for Boston.

Remembrance books are also in place at all Boston Public Library branches.

Trick or Treat at Centre/South Businesses: As it does each year, the JP Business & Professional Assoc. sponsors Trick or Treat by participating businesses all along the Centre/South corridor. Just look for the bright orange “Trick or Treat Here” sign for participating stores. 3-6 p.m. on Friday.

Ribbon Cutting for New Indian Restaurant in Forest Hills: JP’s newest restaurant, Tikki Masala, holds its grand opening on Saturday. The ribbon cutting will be at 11:30 a.m., followed by a lunch buffet. 3706 Washington St.

Groundbreaking for Walnut Avenue Apartments Postponed: The long-delayed project to turn 461 Walnut Ave. into a long-term home for homeless people with medical challenges was scheduled to have a groundbreaking on Saturday at noon. Because of Menino’s death, the event has been postponed.

Okay, have a great Halloween, JP.

For more of what’s going on in the neighborhood, visit the Jamaica Plain News calendar. And here’s how to add your group or business’ event to the calendar.