2.1 min readBy Published On: October 2nd, 2011Categories: Tips0 Comments on Top 7

Normally we give you 5 Things You Should Know but this week is busy!  We gave you two more! 












You know what they say about oysters? Get in the mood at Barlow’s (241 A Street) $1 Oyster Night.  Enjoy Island Creek Oysters with someone special!  Wash it down with a pint of Guiness.  A great way to start the week!

Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy.  The Children’s Museum is hosting the Boston Ballet’s day featuring the Nutcracker (308 Congress Street)on Thursday, November 11.  Enjoy a sampling of music, dance, costumes, hands-on, behind the scenes activities, and so much more! Event is free with paid Museum admission. For more info: www.bostonchildrensmuseum.org

Get involved!  Vote!  Just in case you missed our numerous reminders – it’s election day Tuesday, November 8th.  Make sure you vote!  https://caughtinsouthie.com/feature/cant-keep-good-town-down

Teach the children well.  The Paraclete Foundation 2011 Annual Reception happens Wednesday, November 9th at 6:30pm.  This year the Paraclete will honor Anglea Faletra Menino, the First Lady of Boston.  Tickets are $100.  Help support this great cause where the Paraclete enriches young lives through education.  For more information go to www.paraclete.org
We love pie!  With Thanksgiving just weeks away, we’ve got pie on our mind.  Let Blue Tierra take care of dessert.  They will be offering homemade pies such as Spiced Pumpkin Pie, Chocolate Pecan Pie and the always decadent Chocolate Caramel Tart.  Don’t forget to place your orders soon!  Call 617.268.4900 or email [email protected].  Yum!

?Harvest of Hope – it’s the South Boston Community Health Center’s Auction and Cocktail Reception
at the Boston Harbor Hotel 7pm.  This night is sure to be a fabulous evening of cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, silent auctions, all taking place at the spectacular Boston Harbor Hotel.  For more information email [email protected]
Hoo-rah!  Happy Birthday United States Marines! The Marine Corp is celebrating it’s 236th birthday – they don’t look a day over 230!  Thursday, November 10th is the big celebration at the Convention Center with a big Marine Corps luncheon from 12-3pm.  We guarantee there will be plenty of good-looking Marines walking up and down Summer Street.  If you know a Marine, make sure to wish them a Happy Birthday and give ’em a thank you too!


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