1.7 min readBy Published On: December 20th, 2015Categories: Tips0 Comments on Week of December 21st

Week of December 21st

Tick tock!  Times a ticking! Still have shopping to do?  Here is our list of suggestions for some serious stocking stuffing and last minute gift ideas: https://caughtinsouthie.com/shop/last-minute-southie-gift-guide

Volunteer! Since Christmas is the season for giving, why not give the gift of time and service to your community?   In preparation of the Msgr. Thomas J. McDonnell and Frank Kelley Christmas Dinner at St. Monica’s,  the search for volunteers to help cook turkeys and hams, make pick ups, deliveries, serve meals, set-up and clean-up is underway.  If you would like to help,kindly fill out this form: https://docs.google.com/a/boston.gov/forms/d/1duAbAdkzMmLIvfuMaBtKplYZ_sPPxPZ6O-7Mq10wsu8/viewform?c=0&w=1 

If you would like to come for a delicious dinner at St. Monica’s Hall (at the corner of Preble and Old Colony Ave), it’s being served from on Christmas Day from 12noon to 2pm.  If you can’t leave your home and would like a meal delivered, give St. Monica’s at 617-268-1230.  After December 23rd, call 617-590-9922.

Prepare! Are you entertaining this holiday season?  Cafe Porto Bello wants to make it a little easier for you.  Order up some of their legendary party platters and trays – like their delicious eggplant rollatini or lobster ravioli.  To see a full catering menu visit: http://www.cafeportobello.net/ 
Make holiday entertaining a snap with a trip to Foodie’s (230 West Broadway)! Foodie’s has a fabulous selection of gourmet cheeses and specialty foods like olives, crackers, cheese pairing spreads and certified angus USDA choice standing rib roasts and beef tenderloin – perfect for your party!

Say your prayers!  Here is a Christmas Mass schedule for South Boston.  After all, Jesus is the reason for the season!

Ring the New Year in Southie! Should old acquaintance be forgot….It’s almost 2016! Here are some suggestions of where to celebrate!