1.9 min readBy Published On: November 22nd, 2020Categories: See and Do0 Comments on 7 Things You Should Know This Week

Hot Diggity Dog

In celebration of customer appreciation month from November 23rd enjoy half-priced hot dogs at Sully’s until they close on December 31st! Might as well get two right?We’ll take ours “all around!”

Thanksgiving Eve Piano Playing

D’s Keys is hosting a virtual thanksgiving Eve show on Wednesday, November 25th from 8-11.  You can join in via Facebook and Instagram live!

Thanksgiving is Thursday

Do you still need pies, wine, a dinner reservation? We’ve got the scoop right here!  Also read this public health guidance regarding Thanksgiving celebrations.

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! On Friday, Grab your mask and join your favorite local women-owned brands from 1-4pm al fresco on East Broadway between Roza Lyons and Habit! On Small Business Saturday – get out there and shop all of our local small businesses!  Now more than ever they need us!

Get on your Mat

Feeling stressed? Evolve Yoga is offering heated vinyasa classes both in person and virtually.  Warm up by moving and breathing on your mat!

Catholic Charities Giving Week: Compassion in Action

For more than 100 years, Catholic Charities has helped our neighbors in need. The current global health crisis will remain with us for the foreseeable future, deepening and intensifying the economic hardship across our communities. The inaugural Giving Week: Compassion in Action campaign will help meet the growing need in our local communities by filling the gap left by six in-person fundraising events (including the legendary South Boston House Tours) that could not take place this fall/winter that raise a combined $500,000 to support our programs.To raise these key funds and to achieve the campaign’s participation goal of 2,000 donors, we need your support. You can make a donation here! 

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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