1.7 min readBy Published On: November 29th, 2020Categories: See and Do0 Comments on 5 Things You Should Know This Week – November 30th

Order your Christmas tree

Christmas Tree For Me might be the best new thing!  When it comes to home delivery, you’ve heard of door dash and drizly, right?  Well, this new service lets you have a beautiful Christmas tree delivered right to your door without ever having to leave the comfort and warmth of your home!  Get more details here! 

Get in the Holiday Spirit

The Broadway and Absolute Vodka are teaming up with Market Floral Studio for A Wreath Making Workshop! The Broadway will be whipping up complimentary Holiday cocktails & small bites provided by Absolute Vodka. Individually wrapped wreath kits will be placed at each table. Keeping with covid guidelines, we can only have up to 6 at each table. Reserve your spots early so we can accommodate your group. When purchasing tickets, please try your best to purchase them as a group so we can accommodate all guests that are attending together. Masks required upon entry. Tickets are $60 and can be purchased here! 

Yoga for a Cause

Evolve Yoga is hosting virtual classes for South Boston Catholic Academy !  There will be three opportunites for you to flow!

• Tuesday, December 1 @ 12 PM (60 minutes)

• Thursday, December 3 @ 7:30 PM (60 minutes)

• Saturday, December 5 @ 1 PM (45 minutes for parents + kids) 

Those that join for the 3-pack challenge will also enter a lottery to win a wellness basket! You can register here.

Support our Small Businesses

Shop our Small Business Holiday Gift Guide! The neighborhood is full of of amazing small businesses, makers and entrepreneurs offering unique goods and services. Caught in Southie wants to make it simple to shop local this holiday season. Our guide is filled with gift ideas including everything from home goods and jewelry to beauty products and gift cards! Speaking of supporting small businesses, the City of Boston is offering free meter parking on Saturdays for you to shop locally! 

Winter Clothing Drive for Kids

BCYF Condon Community Center is hosting a winter clothing drive for kids. Please drop off items like coats, sweatshirts, socks, gloves and hats to Barbara Kelly – on Mondays and Tuesdays ONLY between 9am-noon.

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