Lunch at Lincoln! Lincoln Tavern (425 West Broadway) – one of Southie’s most popular spots – has announced lunch will be served! Enjoy their brick oven pizzas, burgers, salads and more from 11am-5pm Monday-Friday. With the arrival of warm weather, you’ll be able to sit in the front with the open windows, eat some lunch, sip on a signature cocktail and enjoy the afternoon. For a full menu or more information visit: http://lincolnsouthboston.com/
Turn the Wheel! On Thursday, June 12th from 7pm to 10pm the Annual Turning the Wheel Fundraiser will take place at Grand Ten Distilling in South Boston. This event will help Medicine Wheel move forward on their goals to support their current and future programs and will be co-hosted by Mayor Marty Walsh and Senator Linda Dorcena Forry. Enjoy live music, handcrafted cocktails and mocktails, food, silent auction, raffles and a live auction hosted by celebrity auctioneer Tom Tinlin. To purchase a ticket you can visit: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/medicine-wheels-13th-annual-turning-the-whee…
Play ball! Local Southie fifth grader Brian Miller is looking for recruits to play in “Wifflethon” on Thursday, June 12th at 3pm in the South Boston Catholic Academy schoolyard. As part of the Wifflethon – there will be wiffleball games and even wiffle haircuts* all to help raise funds for Ovarian Cancer Research. Also on deck, a braiding station so you hair braided with a signature teal ribbon to show your support! So come on, Southie – let’s rally and help Brian with his Wifflethon! For a pledge sheet and permission slip, email [email protected].
Sip and shop! Celebrate summer at Ma Cherie Studios (315 E Street) – Southie’s premiere boudoir photography studio – on Thursday, June 12th from 7pm-9pm. Sip on champagne and do some shopping featuring Stella & Dot, Vienne Miliano and Date My Wardrobe. Receive a special gift from M Cherie. It’s a perfect girls night out!
Break ground! On Friday, June 13th at 11am, Massport will celebrate the groundbreaking of the Thomas J. Butler Freight Corridor and Memorial Park at 900 East First Street. There will be a speaking program followed by a light lunch.