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9/11 Remembrance at Mass Fallen Heroes Memorial

Join Mass Fall Heroes for a Vigil in honor of 9/11 at the Massachusetts Fallen Heroes Memorial in the Seaport located at 85 Northern Ave, Boston, MA at 6:00pm on Monday, September 11th. There will be lighting of candles to honor all of our brave servicemen and women who gave their lives during the horrific events of 9/11, as well as those who paid the ultimate sacrifice defending our nation in the following conflicts.  Here are more ways to honor and remember 9/11. 

Greater Good Dinner + Beer Flight Pairings

On Monday night, join Publico for a special dinner and beer flight pairing!  Greater Good Imperial Brewing Co. will be on hand along with Publico’s chef Joel Howard for a four course dinner paired with craft beers.  You can get your tickets here! 

Dancing in Southie

It’s all about the dancing this week in Southie!  On Monday night, Capo Supper Club is featuring Blackaout Country!  There will be food + drink, line dancing, country swing and more! No partner required!  Lessons start at 7pm.

Lili Latin Dance is hosting a new session of Latin dance launching on Monday.  Come learn salsa, bachata, technique classes and more!  You can learn more here. 

PKL is hosting a Salsa Night on Friday September 15th and September 29th from 7pm-10pm – You can reserve your spot here1

Martin’s Park: Teddy Bear Picnic

The Friends of Martin’s Park invites children of all ages to bring their Teddy Bear or other ‘lovie’ for a morning of fun, including DIY picnic blankets, book walks, bubbles, giveaways and much more.  This sweet event takes place a Martin’s Park on FRIDAY morning at 10am.

South Boston Street Festival

The South Boston Chamber of Commerce, in collaboration with the South Boston Neighborhood Development Corporation is thrilled to announce that the highly anticipated 23rd South Boston Street Fest will take place on Saturday, Sept. 16, 2023. East Broadway between I and L streets will be transformed into a vibrant and lively hub of festivities from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Get all the fun details here! 





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