1.5 min readBy Published On: May 23rd, 2021Categories: See and Do0 Comments on 5 Things You Should Know This Week – May 24th

Mass Fallen Hero Events for Memorial Day

We’ll drink to that! On Tuesday, May 25th, Cisco Brewers Seaport Beer Garden will donate 10% of sales to Massachusetts Fallen Heroes.  On Friday Massachusetts Fallen Heroes Memorial Rededication Ceremony will take place at 10am.

Gluten Free Blueberry Muffins

Olga’s Kafe now carries Gluten Free Muffins by Something Sweet Without Wheat! Pair perfectly with a delicious cup of coffee! Try one this week!

Beware of Flooding

The DCR has issued a traffic advisory for Morrissey Blvd starting Monday, May 24th -Sunday, May 30th. Anticipated high tides are expected to cause major flooding (what else is new) so seek alternate routes! You can get the details here! 

National Wine Day

Whether you like a chilled glass of rose or full bodied red, Tuesday is National Wine Day and you should celebrate!  Our friends at Mayhew Wine in Fort Point can help you select the perfect bottle (or two or three). Open M-Sat 11-10 / Sun 12-6 Free Tastings on Thursdays from 5-7pm

Lincoln + Capo are hiring

Lincoln Tavern in South Boston looking to hire full time & part time front of house positions!  Capo is hiring ALL positions: FOH management, security, servers, bartenders, and hosts.  You can the details here! 

Ferry Service is back

Plan your adventure to Spectacle Island!  Ferry service has returned and available on Saturday and Sunday too! Tickets for Friday service to the Islands will be 50 percent off through June 25. Boston Harbor City Cruises will offer discounted ferry tickets for $4 for a family of up to four people for families participating in EBT or SNAP programs. Public libraries across the state and all Boston Public Library branches will also offer two for the price of one passes on ferries. You can learn more about ferries here! Extensive service will begin on June 25th


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