4 min readBy Published On: October 27th, 2013Categories: Arts and Entertainment, Lifestyle0 Comments

November 1st

Eat:
Sullivan’s at Castle Island is celebrating the end to the season with half-off hot dogs.  For the month of November, it’s Customer Appreciation Month with 80 cent hot dogs.  Last day of the 2013 season is December 1st.  We love you Sully’s!

Drink:
Dead Presidents Party?Put on your Halloween best – costumes strongly encouraged – and stop by Lincoln (425 West Broadway) for their Dead Presidents Party.  Featuring, dead president inspired cocktails, a photo booth to capture the moments, and an overall frightfully good time, Lincoln’s Dead Presidents Party will be on for the history books.  This event is free!?To register as a guest visit: https://deadpresidents.eventbrite.com/

Something wicked this way comes @Local 149?Come out in your best halloween finery, costumes encouraged – to Local 149’s spooky Halloween party on…well…Halloween, Thursday, October 31st from 10pm to 1am.  There will be scary delicious cocktails and specials. See you there…if you dare….Boo! (scary enough for you?)

Trick or Treat:
Trick or treat!  Smell my feet!  Beware of little ghosts and goblins (and their parents) roaming the streets in search for Halloween candy.  East and West Broadway will be filled with trick or treaters on Thursday, October 31st from 4pm-6pm picking up candy from local businesses and residences.  So be warned!  This event is free and is hosted by the members of the South Boston Chamber of Commerce.

Pedal:
The Handle Bar (141 Dorchester Street) is hosting a spooky haunted hayride Halloween class tonight at 5:45pm and 7:15.  $25 Ticket includes a live DJ, Handle Bar tank top, and cocktails!  Nice.  For more information visit: http://www.handlebarcycling.com/

Parade:
How ’bout them Red Sox?  World Series celebration with a Duck Boat Parade on Saturday, November 2nd at 10am.  Parade starts at Fenway and ends at Copley Square! 

Give Blood:
In honor of City Councilor and local legend Jimmy Kelly, a blood drive will be hosted by his three children.  On Saturday, November 2nd from 9:30-2:30 at South Boston Catholic Academy (O and East Broadway) you can stop by and donate blood to the American Red Cross.

Skate:
Calling all kids ages 4-10 – Learn to Skate begins this Sunday.  The South Boston Youth Hockey League is offering two, 8 week sessions. The first begins Sunday, November 3, at 4 pm – 4:50 pm.  The cost is $125. Children must wear a helmet with face cage/mask & warm gloves & clothing.  No parents are allowed on the ice this year as the instruction is handled by USA hockey certified coaches.  For more information or to sign up visit:
http://sbyhl.org/leagues/lts/

Culture:
Every fall, on the first weekend of November, the artists and craftspeople of South Boston open their doors to share their work and their studios with the community. This year, nearly 50 artists in The Distillery building, along with Thomas Young Studios and Medicine Wheel Productions, invite you to experience their work. Visitors can mingle with creative types, tour the unique environments in which art is produced, and make purchases directly from the artists. In addition to art studios, visitors can get a peek into live/work lofts, creative small businesses, and corridors which often serve as gallery space. With everything from oil painters to wood workers, alongside sculptors, jewelers and poets, there is something for everyone. Come meet the artists and ?check out what’s new in the local arts scene ?during South Boston Open Studios on Saturday November 2nd – Sunday, November 3rd from noon to 6pm.  Support our local artists! For more information visit: http://southbostonopenstudios.org/

Support:
Since a tragic accident on September 6th, Kevin Cellucci – a carpenter, a husband and father of three from Dorchester – has been in coma. In one swift moment, after a car veered over the road’s lane markings along the Arborway, life for the Celluci family will never be the same.  His wife Tina (Lamonica from Southie) and his three boys ages – all under the age of four, need not only our prayers but our help financially as well.
On Saturday, November 2nd, a fundraiser will be held to show support for the Cellucci family.  It will be held in at the IBEW Hall in Dorchester beginning at 7pm. Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door. You can purchase tickets by emailing [email protected] 
If you would like to donate to the Kevin Cellucci Foundation you can visit www.kevincelluccifoundation.com or mail donations to the following address:?Kevin Cellucci Foundation?Hanscom Federal Credit Union?495 Summer St. Room 115?Boston, MA 02210??

Please be a good neighbor and help out a family in need.