1.8 min readBy Published On: October 14th, 2011Categories: Tips0 Comments on Top 5

Think it’s too cold to surf?  Think again.  The Boston Athletic Club is featuring the Rip Surfer X – a one person machine that allows people to work out like surfers.  Think of the abs you’ll have.  Have you even seen a surfer with muffin top? You can hang ten this week at the Boston Athletic Club (653 Summer Street) and take a high-intensity 30 minute core work-out.  To reserve a spot go to: http://www.surfsetfitness.com/boston-tickets/

Do the hoedown throwdown! 
Help support South Boston Pop Warner at fun-filled family even this Saturday, November 19th at 7pm at the Seapoint Restaurant (367 East Eighth Street).  Dress up in your best cowboy duds and do the cotton-eye joe.  There will be a DJ, and raffles.  All proceeds go to South Boston Pop Warner.  Tickets are $15. Ya’ll come now! Ya hear!

Bring on the bling!  Habit (703 East Broadway) is hosting a Sarah Clark Trunk Show benefiting The Greater Boston Food Bank.  Local designer Sarah Clark features an extensive selection of handcrafted bracelets, necklaces and earrings with prices as low as $25.  If you bring 5 items of canned goods to donate to the Greater Boston Food Bank, you’ll receive 20% off your next purchase.

Stock up!  The Stitch House (846 Dorchester Ave) has a special Stocking Kits by Millamia which includes patterns and yarn to create a beautiful handmade stocking to hang on your mantel this Christmas.  But that’s not the best part.  The Stitch House is offering a free workshop to help you with your project.  This class will meet on Tuesdays from 6pm-8pm (11/15, 11/22 and 11/29).  Cost of stocking kit is $40-$50 and the workshop is free.

Talk turkey.  Thanksgiving is a week away, have you ordered your farm fresh turkey yet? You can pre-order your Bell & Evans or Misty Knoll Whole Turkeys, by calling American Provisions (613 East Broadway) at 617-269-6100 or send them an email to [email protected]. They’ll even give you cooking tips too!


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