Purchase a Golden Raffle Ticket and Support the Ollie

The House is Where the Heart is  – a fundraiser for the South Boston Neighborhood House – Benefit and Auction takes place on Friday at the Seaport World Trade Center. Tickets are $100 and include complimentary beverages and hors d’oeuvres.  Always a local favorite, this event is sure to be filled with Southie’s best and brightest and this year organizers are shaking things up in the raffle department!  You can purchase a $100 Golden raffle ticket with a chance to win one of the following live auction items:

Love Your Block – Pitch in and Let’s Clean Up our Neighborhood

Save the date and volunteer! Organized neighborhood cleanups and beautification in the City of Boston will take place city-wide on April 22nd and April 29th! Be a part of it! You can volunteer or host a site via the city’s website here! 

New Spring Arrivals at The Point Clothing Lounge

Refresh your wardrobe, gentlemen! The Point Clothing Lounge announced on Instagram their new spring line!  You can shop spring arrivals in-store or by visiting here! 

Lifebloom: Candlemaking Workshop at District Hall

Sign up for a 90-minute immersive and educational candlemaking workshop from Lifebloom on Friday, March 31st at 6pm. Learn about the candlemaking process and how to pour a 9 oz. candle in a handmade concrete vessel. You will have the opportunity to customize your candle, selecting your own vessel color, fragrance, wick, and candle name. If desired, you can request to have natural toppings of your choice (e.g., crystals, dried lavender) added after the candle has been cured by their team. Tickets are $65. You can learn more and reserve your spot here! 

Reopening Celebration of Jimmy’s Korner

After a two-alarm fire, Jimmy’s Korner at P + 6th has undergone some renovation.  Help celebrate its reopening on Friday, March 31st from 5pm-7pm with free samples from the neighborhood’s favorite liquor, beer and wine brands with free bites from a local restaurant. Follow them on Instagram too @JimmysKorner


The Boston Planning and Development Agency will host a virtual community meeting on Wednesday, March 29th from 6pm-7:30pm to discuss 330 C Street. You can learn more about this project and meeting here. 


  1. James March 29, 2023 at 2:44 pm - Reply

    This is actually so sad. Why is Boston so boring and offer such little to do for the extortionate cost of living?

    • Maureen Dahill March 29, 2023 at 4:32 pm - Reply

      our exciting fun stuff is posted in our Weekend Picks. Our 5 Things You Should Know This Week include things like meetings, fundraisers, etc.

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