1.9 min readBy Published On: April 11th, 2021Categories: See and Do0 Comments on 5 Things You Should Know This Week – April 12th

Celebrate National Grilled Cheese Day

There’s nothing more comforting than two pieces of buttered bread with slices of cheese in the middle, grilled to perfection. The Grilled Cheese Sandwich has been pleasing crowds since the 1920’s and whether you like it with bacon or a bowl of tomato soup, here are our picks of where to get one in the neighborhood. 

Stroller Bootcamp with MyStryde

Stroller Bootcamp is back every Tuesday at 9:30am at Medal of Honor Park. Come hit your stryde with your baby! Class is led by Kayla Mehr who is a certified pre and post natal trainer, NASM Personal trainer and most important – a mom! Kayla will lead stroller bootcamp once a week at M. Street Park. Get sweaty, get social and get some fresh air! Cost is $22 and you register here!  Email [email protected] with any questions!

Calling All Artists

Now in its third round, the Boston “B” Holiday Contest calls on local artists, students, and residents to reimagine the City of Boston’s “B” logo to celebrate holidays and the cultural diversity of our City. They want to see B’s that are a reflection of our community. Winning designs may be featured on the City of Boston’s social media channels. You’re only limited by your imagination!  Here is what you need to do to enter the contest! 

Welcome to the neighborhood Bohdii Boutique

Owner Justice Pellegrino just opened Bohdii Boutique in South Boston! This is the second location for her women’s clothing and accessories shop. Her first boutique is located in East Longmeadow. Her newest one is located at 398 West Broadway. Bohdii Boutique features on-trend apparel including dresses, rompers, tops, leggings and more. Bohdii also carries shoes, sunglasses, bags and jewelry.

The Daffodils are Back

20 Knots: Daffodils for Boston was created by Brooklyn artist Daniele Frazier specifically for Seaport in 2019, debuting last April around the Boston Marathon.The installation’s twenty daffodils are a colorful array of orange, yellow and green, stand at 20-feet tall, and are made of rip-stop nylon in Seaport Square. Daffodils represent new beginnings for Boston. The past eight years they have lined the course of the marathon celebrating spring and sending the message of resilience and hope!

Have a great week!


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