Week of October 14th
Fashionistas rejoice! Dew Luxe, located at 36 A Street, is officially opened. Featuring a perfectly curated inventory including consigned and new designer clothing, handbags, and accessories, this sleek and modern boutique also has some the best hand selected shoes like Christian Louboutin, Jimmy Choo, and Marc Jacobs. Dew Luxe also offers stationery, cosmetics, and high-end candles. They will be open 7 days a week Monday-Wednesday 10am-7pm and Thursday through Sunday 10am-8pm.
Abracadabra! The Retired Boston Police Officer’s Association will be hosting a very special, free Comedy Magic Show featuring Matt Roberts Astonishing Magic & Illusion Act on Friday, October 18th. This family friendly event will start at 7pm at the Curley Community Center. Admission is FREE! Doors open at 6pm.
Curley Community Center, 1663 Columbia Road – “K” Street Entrance. Space is limited. For more information please call Barbara Kelly at (617)635-5104.
Family fun pick – The Perry Fall Festival! The Oliver H. Perry School (745 East Seventh Street) is hosting a special family friendly fundraiser. The second annual fall festival will take place on Saturday, October 19th from 1pm-4pm at the Perry Schoolyard. There will be lots of fun activities including a bouncy castle, pony rides, face painting, pumpkin decorating, games, food and music. Admission is $5. Additional tickets sold at door for different festival activities and chances to win raffle prizes. All proceeds go to the Perry School.
Get ready to sing at Reverse Karaoke Party for Julie’s! We all have our go to Karaoke song – Nancy Sinatra’s These Boots Were Made For Walking, Sweet Child of Mine by Guns N’ Roses – we get up and belt it out like a champ. What if someone picked a song for you? Say, Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen – would you get up and sing it? Join your friends and neighbors on Saturday, October 19th at 7pm at the Seapoint Restaurant for a night of Karaoke to help support an amazing Southie organization, Julie’s Family Learning Program. You can sing Karaoke the traditional way – pick a song, wait your turn and sing it or you can pay $5 to pick a song for a friend to sing. They can pay $5 if they don’t have the guts to sing Madonna’s Like a Virgin. Sounds like fun, right? Admission is $20 and all proceeds will go directly to Julie’s. For tickets or to find out more information about Julies, visit www.juliesfamily.org
Calling all you Southie singles! Nurture Salon and Spa (127 L Street) wants to celebrate you at their annual mixer on Thursday, October 17th at 6:30pm at Lincoln (425 West Broadway. Mix and mingle with other singles at this fun-filled event. You never know, you might just meet someone special. For more information, you can email Nurture at [email protected]