2.3 min readBy Published On: March 15th, 2013Categories: Tips1 Comment on Top 5

Week of March 25th

Be informed.  Get involved.  Help stop the demolition of the big white house at the corner of P and East Broadway.  Join your friends and neighbors and sign the petition to help stop this beloved South Boston landmark from being destroyed. For more information visit:  https://caughtinsouthie.com/feature/big-white-house

Step it up!  The Woods School of Irish Dance is fired up!  The World Irish Dancing Championship is like the Super Bowl of Irish Step and it’s being held in their hometown of Boston March 24-31 at the Hynes Convention Center.  Over 5000 dancers from all over the world come to compete at this competition with almost 20,000 spectators expected to attend.  Ten of those 5000 competitors are from the Woods School of Irish Dance right here in South Boston.  Both Mary Rose McKenna and Delia Doherty (former characters of the month of April 2012 https://caughtinsouthie.com/people/characterofmonth/delia-and-mary) are competing in individual dances while the Woods School is represented again with an 8-hand Ceili with Shannon Woods, Catherine Woods, Mari Barry, Caitlyn Jackson, Aggie Michel, Molly O’Toole, Emily Hart, Maddie Medico.  Way to go girls!  We’ll be rooting for you!  And good luck Peggy Woods Doherty and Roseanne Woods McKenna – dance coaches and moms!

Believe it or not, Easter is this coming weekend!  Sunday, March 30th is Easter Sunday, praise the Lord.  Want to learn some fun Easter facts?: https://caughtinsouthie.com/feature/easter-time  Looking for the Easter Sunday Mass schedule?  visit: https://caughtinsouthie.com/feature/easter-mass-schedule

Spring Art-Warming at Twelve Chairs (319 A Street) You’re invited to a very special art event in collaboration with Uprise Art, a NYC (and now Boston-based!) online gallery that offers a new approach to collecting for current and aspiring art enthusiasts. Be the first to view the latest and greatest artwork in the Uprise gallery while sipping on cocktails served courtesy of Bombay Sapphire. Featuring new artworks by Eric LoPresti, Lauren Matsumoto and Boston artist Katrine Hildebrandt.  For more information visit: http://www.twelvechairsboston.com/

Know what would make restaurant week in Boston even better? Free wine!  Dinner is better with wine at Aquitaine, GasLight, Union Bar and Grille and Metropolis Cafe. They will be offering a 3 course dinner for only $38.13 and a free glass of wine.  Boston Restaurant Week is back for the winter season. From March 24th-29,  Boston’s best restaurants will be offering tasty prix fixe menus for lunch and/or dinner for a bargain:  2-course lunch for $15.13, 3-course lunch for $20.13, 3-course dinner for $38.13.
You can’t beat that!


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  1. Anonymous March 25, 2013 at 8:09 pm

    As far as “Top 5 things to know this week” go, I feel like the Landmarks Commission hearing for St. Augustine’s Church and School should bear at least mentioning considering it’s actually this week vs. the commission meeting for the white house that doesn’t take place until the 9th of April. 

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