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Things You Should Know This Week – May 26th

Phase 1 – Reopening

State officials rolled out a four phase plan of what our COVID-19 life will look like.  Each phase will last a minimum of three weeks and will be closely monitored (i.e. COVID-19 case numbers) before entering next phase.  For Phase 1 – has officially kicked off and includes the following businesses: retail (curbside pickup), carwashes, hair salons, barbershops, libraries, pet grooming, and a few more.  You can see the phases and businesses here

Chickadee Takeout

Spice up your takeout choices! Chickadee located on Drydock Ave. is serving Mediterranean takeout and delivery lunch from 12pm-2pm and dinner 4pm-8pm Tuesday through Saturday.  You can also order pantry items, beer, wine and cocktail kits.

Journaling & Meditation Series

Feel like you need a little grounding and centering?  Radiant Yoga is now offering a Journally & Mediation series on Tuesday nights at 7:30pm.  You can learn more here. 

Capture your slice of everyday life

Get those creative juices flowing and share your quarantine life in 200 words for the Boston Book Festival’s At Home Boston writing project! The goal is to create a portrait of how Boston-area residents are experiencing, responding to, and coming together in new ways during these challenging circumstances.

Moakley Park Public Forum

Participate in a virtual public forum on the resilient Moakley Park planning process with Boston Harbor Now and the Boston Parks Department.  This event takes place on Wednesday, May 27th 8:30am-10:30am.  You can register here! 

Three Chord Thursdays

Can you play three chords on the ukulele or guitar? Join in the fun each Thursday at 3 pm to explore three chord songs that are similar in theme or category. You can learn more here! If you’d like to register for other workshops and courses please visit here! 

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Maureen Dahill

Maureen Dahill is the editor of Caught in Southie and a lifelong resident of South Boston sometimes mistaken for a yuppie. Co-host of Caught Up, storyteller, lover of red wine and binge watching TV series. Mrs. Peter G. Follow her @MaureenCaught.