1.4 min readBy Published On: April 28th, 2014Categories: Tips0 Comments on Things You Should Know – April 28th

Eat for a cause.  60 restaurants and half-dozen food trucks will be cooking up some delicious bites at Taste of Nation Boston.  This event will benefit No Kid Hungry and will take place that Black Falcon Cruise Terminal from 7pm-9pm on Tuesday, April 29th.  Tickets are $95.  For more information you can visit: ce.strength.org

Join the Girl Scouts!  The Curley Community Center (aka the L) is hosting an 8-week Girls Scouts  program for Brownies (2nd to 5th grade girls) that begins on Tuesday, April 29th.   Enroll your girls in this iconic program that helps promote value in oneself, leadership and community involvement – not to mention the cookies too!

Join the Stephi’s in Southie Wine Club! Reserve the wine bar on Mondays and Tuesdays for 10 and enjoy a private and interactive wine and food pairing experience.  $40 per person (not including tax and gratuity).  To serve your spot call 617-345-5495.  Stephi’s is located at 130 Dorchester Ave. 

State Rep. Nick Collins invites you to mix and mingle with your friends and neighbors at his 2014 Campain Kick-off event on Thursday, May 1st from 6pm-8pm at Lincoln (425 West Broadway).  Stop by to show your support and to learn about Nick’s campaign.  Suggested donation $50.  To learn more about Nick visit: www.votenickcollins.com

Raise your mint julep, it’s Kentucky Derby time! Barlow’s (241 A Street) is hosting a fun-filled event to benefit the South Boston Collaborative on Saturday, May 3rd from 4pm-7pm.  Wear your best Derby inspired outfit and hat of course, and you just might win a prize!  There will be food, fun, and raffles.  Tickets are $20.