Week of April 22nd
Barre for Boston. C2 Pilates (840/844 Summer Street) is hosting a special class to honor the victims in the Marathon Monday attack and in particular to Martin Richard. To honor and support the Richard family, C2 is hosting a complimentary barre class on Monday, April 22nd at 5:30pm. Donations will be collected on behalf of the Youth Enrichment SErvices (YES) organization – a program that Martin was actively involved with along with his siblings and parents. ??To sign up for Monday’s complimentary barre class, please email [email protected] – space is limited. Donations to the Richard family will be accepted throughout the month of April. For more information visit: www.c2pilates.com
Get out there and shop! Ku de Ta, Habit, The Closet Connection and Karen’s boutique are joining forces and hosting a special shopping event, Shop for a Cause, to benefit The One Fund – Boston’s primary fund to help those affected by the Boston Marathon Tragedy.??On Thursday, April 25th from 6pm-8pm shop at any of these Southie boutiques and they will donate 20% of all sales during these two hours to The One Fund. ??Enjoy food provided the Playwright and the Paramount and sip on specialty cocktails by Double Cross Vodka. Eating, drinking and shopping = a trifecta of fun and your doing something to help! What’s better than that??
Be informed! Get involved. The South Boston Neighborhood Associations invite you to the First Suffolk State Senate Democratic Candidates’ Forum. Featuring Democratic Candidates Nick Collins, Maureen Dahill (Caught in Southie) and Linda Dorcena Forry on Thursday, April 25, 6:30-8:00 PM atThe Lithuanian Club at 368 West Broadway (at E Street). With introductory remarks by the Honorable William M. Bulger.??All residents of South Boston of voting age are welcome!?
This Candidates’ Forum is sponsored by the South Boston Neighborhood Associations Committee:
– Andrew Square Civic Association
– City Point Neighborhood Association
– Cityside Neighborhood Association
– Dorchester Heights Neighborhood Association
– Gate of Heaven Neighborhood Association
– Saint Vincents-Lower End Neighborhood Association
– West Broadway Neighborhood Association
The primary election is scheduled for April 30th, 2013?. Please do not forget to VOTE!!?
Just add art – Soul Possibilities Fourth Presbyterian Church (340 Dorchester Street) is taking registrations for its spring session classes for the art and music program Soul Possibilities. Not only will this program include productions of the Jungle Book, it will also feature the following:
– piano lessons
– voice lessons
– violin lessons
– guitar lessons
– mad science class
– film making
?For more information visit: www.fourthboston.org. Contact the church at 617-268-1281 or registrar Kathy Encarnacao at 617-216-3447 to sign up!
Mayor Menino wants you to help clean up our neighborhood! Boston Shines 365, provides the tools and materials to help volunteers successfully complete projects in every neighborhood in Boston.
Let Boston Shines help organize a neighborhood clean-up or a day of community service for your co-workers. Join the team and help paint a community center, plant flowers, sweep, rake and pick up trash to make our community more beautiful.
For the past nine years, over 5,000 volunteers have come together for two days in the spring to participate in a citywide clean up event. Now volunteers have the opportunity to participate in projects 365 days a year.
To find out more about getting involved in any of the following events, please contact Boston Shines .
To sign up in your neighborhood click here: http://www.cityofboston.gov/ons/BostonShines
Business Cleanup Day – Friday, April 26th
Community Cleanup Day – Saturday, April 27th