1.9 min readBy Published On: November 1st, 2020Categories: See and Do0 Comments on 5 Things You Should Know This Week – November 2nd

Election Day is Tuesday

If you haven’t voted yet (honestly, what are you waiting for), Election Day is Tuesday.  Polls are open from 7am-8pm.  Here is some helpful info. for you!  Also, Bluebikes is offering free bike rides to get you to the polls!

Election Night Takeout

Whatever happens this Tuesday, comfort food will help you survive it! Fox + the Knife is offering an eggplant parmigiana + a liter of Barbera (Big Bottle) take out special for election night for $45. Visit their website to place your order.

Save the Date

Attend a Community Meeting to hear proposed plans for scheduled seaplane service from Boston Harbor to New York. Tuesday, November 10th at 10:00am-12:00pm. Or Thursday, November 12th 7:00pm-9pm Join from a PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone or Android device:  https://tinyurl.com/tailwindcommunitymeeting Or by Telephone:+1-929-205-6099 Meeting ID: 883 2506 5929 Passcode: 259733

Boston Brands Pop Up Shopping

Who misses being able to easily find unique, locally made stuff and supporting local, small businesses? Grab your mask and join your favorite local women-owned brands on November 4th from 3-6ish al fresco outside on East Broadway between Roza Lyons and Habit!  Camden Hydes, Deirfiur Homes, Habit, Lazy Jack Supply, 4103 Designs, and Wolfie Dog Treats will be popping up this week!

Get your eyes examined at Wink Eyecare

Wink Eyecare wants to remind you that the end of the year is when most flexible spending, health savings, and insurance benefits expire. Maximize your benefits by requesting an appointment online or call Wink 617-269-9465 to schedule an appointment before the end of the year. Already had your annual eye exam? Use your flex spending on glasses, sunglasses, or contact lenses! 

Bonus – Take the Testing Pledge

Mayor Marty Walsh is asking everyone to commit to getting tested for #COVID19. Getting tested is how you keep yourself and your family safe. It’s also how we track the presence of the virus in our community. We need the most accurate picture we can get, so we can focus our response in the most effective way. The Boston Testing Pledge was launched last week. It’s a commitment that employers and individuals can make, to get tested and support testing access. Here’s a map of testing sites in the city. 

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