Celebrate National Tequila Day at Loco

When you buy a libelula cocktail on Monday at Loco, National Tequila Day, you’ll get one raffle ticket to win a gift card from a local business! Attend Loco’s Sip + Shop in the Lounge, and a receipt from one of the shops will get you another entrance into the giveaway!

Sweat, Sip and Shop in the Seaport

The Alileo Vino e Snak Bar at The Superette in Boston Seaport will host a “Sweat, Sip and Shop in the Seaport” event on Tuesday, July 25 from 6:30-8:30pm. One ticket to this event includes a 50-minute bounce and pulse workout on trampolines led by Jenn Maturo of BarrebyJenn and Natalie Klees of Brownies & Burpies with beats from a live DJ. After the workout, enjoy a glass of Alileo wine (included in the price of the ticket) and a private shopping experience with popular clothing store injeanius. Tickets are $45 and can be purchased HERE

Be informed. Get Involved.

The Boston Planning and Development Agency will host a community meeting to discuss 147 West Fourth Street on Tuesday, July 25th from 6pm-8pm. Zoom Link: bit.ly/3Pux8Am Toll Free: (833) 568 – 8864 Meeting ID: 161 759 0670. You can learn more here! 

The beach is that way! Reopening of Curley Community Center Beach

The beach at the Curley Community Center will reopen on Tuesday after being closed for three long years! The City finally submitted its Beach Operation and Management Plan and it was approved by Conservation Commission.  So get your beach chair and sunblock ready! You can read more here! 

Bird is the Word – Let’s do some birdwatching in the neighborhood!

Nothing thrills me more than hearing a cardinal out my window. Its cheerful singing draws me to the window to look around and spot the red bird in a tree.  Think birdwatching is boring? Think again!  And finding birds beyond a pigeon and a common sparrow just takes looking out your window or a walk around the block.

The South Boston Public Library makes birdwatching a snap with their BirdWatching Kit! The kit contains binoculars, maps (created by the Mass Audobon) and a field guide.

Here’s our City BirdWatching Guide too! 

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