1.9 min readBy Published On: November 19th, 2023Categories: See and Do0 Comments on 7 Things You Should Know This Week – November 20th

Still need Thanksgiving Help?

From pies to flowers, wine, and more!  Help is here!

Celebrate Friendsgiving/Thanksgiving Eve

Celebrate the season with friends! Meet for a drink or dance the night away on Thanksgiving Eve! We’ve got the details!  Here are some events happening this week! 

Southie Turkey Trot + Thanksgiving Workouts

We love Thanksgiving—a day with friends, family, and, most importantly, food. Start off your turkey day at one of these workout spots and give thanks to your healthy body!  Check out our roundup here! 

Shop Local 

Forget the mall and door-busting; shop local this Black Friday and Small Business Saturday! Check back, as this roundup will be updated! Constant Contact (partners of The Holiday Market at Snowport) will be offering free gift wrapping to all on Small Business Saturday weekend! Shoppers at The Holiday Market in Boston Seaport can enjoy this free service on Saturday, November 25 from 11am-9pm and Sunday, November 26 from 11am-8pm. 

Christmas + Holiday Market at The LOT

Enjoy a South Boston winter wonderland at The LOT’s first Christmas & Holiday Market! On the Dot® is hosting its final event of the season at its newly opened event space, The LOT, located at 383 Dorchester Ave. This two-day event will run from 12-6PM on December 2nd and 3rd. You can get all the fun details here! 

Holiday Ship Lighting at Martin’s Park

Boston’s newest holiday tradition will once again be held on Saturday, November 25, from 4-6 p.m. in Martin’s Park at the Smith Family Waterfront. Located in the Seaport District and Fort Point neighborhoods, this third annual children’s celebration is hosted by the Friends of Martin’s Park and the Boston Parks and Recreation Department. Santa will arrive by boat! Plus plenty fun and festive family-friendly activities.  Get the full details here! 


Msgr. Thomas J McDonnell and Frank Kelly Thanksgiving Dinner is looking for volunteers to deliver and serve Thanksgiving dinner at St. Monica’s Church. Volunteers will meet at St. Monica’s at 9am on Thanksgiving. If you are unable to volunteer, they are also accepting donations. Donations can be made in checks payable to South Boston Seaport Collaborative Memo Thanksgiving Dinner 2023. Checks can be dropped off at Deja Brew on East Broadway.

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