3 min readBy Published On: September 9th, 2012Categories: Arts and Entertainment, Lifestyle0 Comments

September 21st

Listen:
Officially, summer ends this weekend.  But don’t be sad, send it off in style with a free event with music for all at the L Street Bathhouse (Curley Recreation Center – M Street side).  The fun begins at 5:30pm on Friday, September 21st, Southie’s own music legends take the stage featuring Thomas Park, Risky Business Band, Lauren Hurley, B Capp and Meaghan Walsh.  This event is brought to you by Mayor Thomas Menino, The BCYF Curley Community Center, and Music Ball Production. Don’t forget to bring a beach chair!

Support:
Thursday, September 20th
Former Southie resident and Boys and Girls Club kid, David Lindsay Abaire is taking center stage at the Huntington Theatre this month.   Lindsay – Abaire’s play Good People about a down-on-her-luck single Southie mom Margie Walsh – is the featured play from September 14th through October 14th and tells the story of fate and the choices we make. 
See an amazing play and support an amazing South Boston organization – all at the same time. On Thursday, September 20th the Boys & Girls Club of Boston invite you to celebrate South Boston Club Alumnus and Pulitzer Prize-Winning Playwright David Linsday – Abaire at a special performance of his newest play Good People. 100% of tickets sales from this performance will go directly to the South Boston Boys & Girls Club.  So why wouldn’t you want to go?

Friday, September, 21st
South Boston Grows is hosting their annual fundraiser on Friday, September 21st at 7pm at the Seapoint Restaurant (367 East Eighth Street).  Helping the youth of South Boston understand the importance of community green space, farming and eating healthy, South Boston Grows is an amazing organization in our community.  The evening will feature a local dinner made with fruits and veggies from the garden, music, and raffle prizes donated by local businesses.  Tickets are $40  For more information visit http://southbostongrows.wordpress.com/

Watch:
The Pats take on the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday night at 8pm.  Wondering where to root for Tom Brad and the Patriots?  We’ve got some suggestions: https://caughtinsouthie.com/restaurants-bar/7-places-watch-game

Eat:
The EATBoutique Fall Market on Atlantic Wharf (290 Congress Street) takes place on Saturday, September 22nd  from 1-5pm.  Meet local food and drink makers, taste sweet and savory treats, and shop for specialty food.  Tickets are $10 in advance, $15 at door to purchase tickets visit: eatboutiquemarkets.com  Bring your appetite!

Drink:
Cider martinis, toddys and mimosas, oh my! Raise your glass to the new fall season at the Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel (606 Congress Street).  Cider Sundays begins at 5:30-10pm in the Capiz Lounge.  Enjoy cocktails infused with fresh cider from local farms like Russell Orchards and Connors Farm.   Martinis, toddys and mimosas will be featured with cider – falls favorite beverage –  as the starring role. ?Cider Sundays will continue through September.

Shop:

  • Habit is ushering in fall with a sale.  Stop by Friday, September 21st from 6-8pm and Enjoy 25% off  fall pashminas and new scarves.  Plus 25% all fall colored “BLING”…all sizes.  Sip a “Falltini” while you shop it’s an instant warm-up!
  • Ku de Ta has the perfect pair of armwarmers by I Heart Armers.  The bold zig zag pattern is a great way to update a classic black peacoat!  $44. 
  • We spied some designer accessories at the Closet Connection.  Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Marc Jacobs and Philip Lim.  Pop in and see what treasures you’ll find!