1.8 min readBy Published On: October 22nd, 2020Categories: See and Do0 Comments on 5 Things You Should Know This Week

Drive-In Movies

Grab your popcorn, favorite Halloween costume & get ready for the City of Boston’s spookiest Drive-in Movie Series yet. This series is made possible by support from the Highland Street Foundation and XFinity, in partnership with the Age Strong Commission, and the host site, the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. You MUST BE RESIDENT of the City of Boston. Enjoy classics like Hocus Pocus to the legendary horror film Psycho to new the new favorite Get Out!  You can see the full schedule here.  Reserve your spot today!  These events sell out quickly! 

Early Voting

In Massachusetts there’s an early voting period before the general election early voting to run from Oct. 17 to Oct. 30. This is for in-person voting. You can find a list of early voting locations in the City of Boston here! If you’d like to send in your vote by mail ballot, you can do that at anytime before Tuesday, November 3rd for the general election. You can learn more about this here. Not registered? You have until October 24th. Here’s some more helpful information about voting and the election! 

Problem Properties in the Neighborhood

House parties too loud + frequent? Property next door run down? If you have a problem property in your neighborhood, Haley Dillon – neighborhood liaison for the mayor’s office of neighborhood services wants to know about it.  You can email her here at Haley.Dillon.boston.gov. Questions and complaints will be collected and a virtual community meeting will be held on October 27th from 6pm-7pm.  To join the meeting visit Webex.com and use the access code 173 836 1757 with the password 02127.  Or you can call 1-408-418-9388. 

Flood Warnings

Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) has issued a flood warning for Morrissey Blvd due to incoming high tides. Road closures are expected along Morrissey Boulevard starting thru Wed., October 21 from Freeport Street to UMass Boston.

Pumpkin Scavenger Hunt

Probably no surprise to anyone, but Trick or Treating on Broadway has been canceled due to COVID-19. But don’t worry, the South Boston Chamber of Commerce announces the first ever Jack O’Lantern’s Halloween Scavenger Hunt!  Learn how to play and win prizes here! 

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