1.9 min readBy Published On: November 8th, 2020Categories: See and Do0 Comments on 5 Things You Should Know This Week – November 9th

Are you ready for some football?

The Patriots play the Jets on Monday at 8:15pm. These local businesses will help you get ready for the big game!  From tailgate snacks, game day specials like $5 pizzas and $12 domestic pitchers and $14 imported pitchers at Seapoint, plus VIP game watching, it’s all right here! 

Tailwind Seaplane Service Meeting

Attend a Community Meeting to hear proposed plans for scheduled seaplane service from Boston Harbor to New York.Tuesday, November 10, 2020 | 10:00am-12:00pm or Thursday, November 12, 2020 | 7:00pm-9pm Location: Zoom. 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 and Passcode: 259733) To RSVP and submit questions beforehand, please email: [email protected]

Register to Run

The Martin Richard Foundation, in partnership with the Boston Bruins Foundation, is proud to announce the 3rd annual MR8K Virtual! The third annual MR8K will provide runners with a live, virtual race experience in support of the Martin Richard Foundation. On NOVEMBER 14th at 9am, runners from around Massachusetts, the country, and the world will come together – apart – to complete an 8K on the course of their choice. All funds benefit the Martin Richard Foundation’s work to support community organization that advance its values of inclusion, kindness, justice, and peace. You can register for MR8K here! Use code: SAVE10 code for $10 off registration!

A reminder from the City of Boston

Compost your pumpkins!  They can be left curbside with your leaf and yard waste. Please make sure your pumpkins are placed in a brown leaf bag or a labeled yard waste barrel. Do NOT place them in your blue #recycling bin!  Here’s is a schedule for pickup! 

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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