2 min readBy Published On: June 28th, 2015Categories: Tips0 Comments on Week of June 29th

Run, Southie, run!  A new running club has been created and it’s free and open to the public! Meet your friends and neighbors on Wednesday at 7pm at Start and finish at Stats Bar and Grille – 77 Dorchester St.  After enjoy ice cold frosty beer back at Stats.  The first one is on Run Southie!   Have questions?  Check out their website at www.runsouthie.com or email [email protected] for answers.  #RunSouthie

Enjoy the view!  On Thursdays in the summer you can now watch the sunset from 6:30pm until twilight from Fort Independence at Castle Island.  Enjoy views of Boston Harbor and the Boston skyline.  Sounds romantic to us! 

Visit 555 Gallery!  A new exhibit has just opened at 555 Gallery! The Human Diorama features the amazing work of artist Bear Kirkpatrick including photographs, installations and moving portraits.  The gallery is located at 555 East Second Street and is open Tuesday through Friday 10am – 5:30pm                
and Saturday Noon to 5pm.

Tweet a date!  Believe it or not, there is a snow mound still hanging around in Southie!  After a brutal winter, there is still dirty snow at the snow farm on Tide Street.  How long do you think it will last?  Well, Mayor Marty Walsh is making a contest out of it.  Guess right, and you might just win a meet and greet with the mayor himself.  We say a better prize would be that the mayor himself will come shovel out your car after the first snow storm next winter and even place a spot saver in the space.   You can even follow the snow pile on twitter – @SouthieSnowPile  To enter, participants must tweet at @Marty_Walsh using the hashtag #BOSMeltNow, including the month and day they believe the snow will be fully melted.  Submissions are due by midnight on July 15, 20

Happy Birthday America!  Watch the Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular!  The fun begins at 7pm on WBZ Channel 4.   At 8pm Keith Lockhart will take center stage along with the Boston Pops Orchestra featuring a performance by the Boston Crusaders Drum and Bugle Corps,  10:30 the fireworks begin!  God Bless America!  Heading to the Esplanade? Read this first: https://caughtinsouthie.com/feature/esplanade-4th