3 min readBy Published On: November 12th, 2015Categories: Arts and Entertainment, Lifestyle0 Comments

Eat:
It’s National Spicy Guacamole Day on Saturday!  Celebrate with Loco Taqueria & Oyster Bar’s delicious and fresh guac and chips.  While you’re there have one (or two) of their tasty margaritas!  Really, do you need an excuse to eat guacamole? 

Drink:
Committee – 50 Northern Ave is celebrating the season with their new selection of fall cocktails featuring blazing garnishes and fresh seasonal flavors.  Enjoy a Blood Orange Old Fashioned Bulleit rye, blood orange syrup, grapefruit oleo-saccharum, old fashion bitters $14, or the Bohemian Punch Becherovka, spiced honey, lemon, pear, black walnut bitters, tonic water $14.  Like something a little spicier?  Try the Committee Mule – chili infused Absolut Elyx,  cardamom bitters, fresh lime juice, ginger beer $15. 

Shop:
Get a jump on the holidays at the Notre Dame Education Center Holiday Fair!  On Saturday, Nov. 21, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. stop by the  Ironworkers Local 7 Hall, 195 Old Colony Ave. and shop handcrafted pieces, baked goods, and raffle items.  There will be kids’ crafts and games and we hear Santa Claus will be visiting from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.  All proceeds benefit the Notre Dame Education Center.

Skate:
Calling all kids! South Boston Youth Hockey League is happy to announce the return of the Learn to Skate program! Under the direction of SBYHL legend Teddy Cunniff, this program teaches children the fundamentals of ice skating. There is also a Learn to Play Hockey option. 
Cost is $250 and classes are on Sundays at 4:20 PM at the UMass Boston ice rink. Parking on campus is free on Sundays. Please arrive early to fill out registration paperwork, and make sure your child has a helmet with hockey cage.  Skates are needed and gloves are highly suggested.  Registration forms will be supplied at the rink, or you can download it from www.sbyhl.org 

Support:
A time for Lovey.  Anyone who knew Stephanie “Lovey” Uftring knew how she could light up up a room with her personality. She was outgoing, kind, and loads of fun.  Last fall, Stephanie lost her battle with colon cancer and it was a dark day in South Boston to lose such a bright light.  A fundraiser will be held in Stephanie’s honor on Friday, November 13th at 7pm at the Teacher’s Union Hall.  She loved South Boston and always donated to people in need by showing up at a Southie “time” or purchasing raffle tickets or volunteering to work the events.   She would want us to give back to the community on her behalf so this fundraiser is all about giving back and keeping her memory alive. All proceeds for this event will go to scholarships in Stephanie’s name to benefit members of the South Boston community. Tickets can be purchased The Beauty Bar, L Street Tavern and The Seapoint.

See:
Toyland – a new exhibit featuring photographs of vintage toys by Fort Point photographer and CIS contributor Joel Benjamin is on display at BCAE – at 122 Arlington Street! Opening reception is Friday, November 13th from 6pm-8pm.  Mix and mingle, meet the artist and enjoy wine and cheese as you take in this fun new exhibit.  Toyland will be on display through January 29th. It’s free and open to the public during normal business hours.  To RSVP visit: http://education.bcae.org/toyland

Watch:
Go Pats!  The Patriots face the Giants on Sunday at 4:35pm which promises that Southie will be abuzz with activity!  Wondering where to watch the game?  Here are our suggestions: https://caughtinsouthie.com/restaurants-bar/7-places-watch-game