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Week of September 16th

Bagels and bikes. A community meeting will be held on Tuesday, September 17th at 6pm to discuss the proposed bagel shop going in at L and East Broadway.  The meeting will take place at the location at 753 East Broadway.  Be informed.  Get involved.??After discussions between the Mayor’s Office, Councilor Linehan, BTD and Nicole Freedman from Boston Bikes, the public meeting hosted by Southie Bikes concerning potential bike lanes on West Broadway scheduled for Monday September 16th has been cancelled.  The City has no plan to reschedule a meeting for this proposal at this time.

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 A Christmas Carol and Wicked, it will also feature the following
    –    piano lessons
    –    voice lessons
    –    violin lessons
    –    guitar lessons
    –    science class
    –    film making
    –    dance
    –    art
    –    magic class

Registration is Monday, September 16th and Tuesday, September 17th 5:30- 7pm.  For more information and to see a full brochure of classes visit:  www.fourthboston.org.   

It’s National Yoga Month – a perfect opportunity to try a class at South Boston Yoga (36 West Broadway).  Give it a try at their daily community class.  It’s an all -levels class that costs just $6 and starts at noontime.  Stretch, breathe, and get centered for an hour. 

Viva Mexica on the waterfront. Often people mix up Cinco de Mayo and Mexican Independence Day.  The true Mexican Independence Day lies on Monday, Sep. 16. In honor of the real holiday, Rosa Mexicano and the Capiz Lounge will celebrate with special cocktails and more! At the Capiz Lounge, located inside the Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel, guests can sip on the hand-crafted Patron Sunrise cocktail and Mexican-themed bar-bite courtesy of executive chef Richard Garcia (606 Congress St @ D St; www.RenaissanceBoston.com)  At Rosa Mexicano, enjoy El Grito cocktail made with El Jimador silver tequila, jalapeño, cilantro, cucumber and lime (photo below). Round it out with some of Rosa Mexicano’s famous Guacamole en Molcajete and house-made tortilla chips (155 Seaport Blvd; www.rosamexicano.com)

Be informed.  Get involved.  Southie Political EventsCandidate for City Council-at-Large, Jack Kelly is hosting a special young professionals meet and greet at the L Street Tavern.  Stop by Tuesday, September 17th from 6:30-9:30pm and enjoy pizza and dicussion about Jack’s campaign and the issues that are important to you.  Suggested donation $25.

On Wednesday, September 18th, Southie resident and all around great guy Richie Litto is hosting a meet and greet for City Councilor Bill Linehan from 6:30-8:30pm.  Come meet your friends and neighbors at 183 I Street and get to learn more about Bill Linehan’s campaign.  Bill is running for re-election for City Council District 2.  

Let us know about your candidate’s upcoming Southie political events at [email protected]  Thanks!

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