2.5 min readBy Published On: November 22nd, 2015Categories: Tips0 Comments

Still need a turkey?  Foodie’s (230 West Broadway) got plenty of fresh and dozen turkeys on hand as well as fresh produce for your sides.  Don’t have time to make sides – Foodie’s also has delicious side dishes at the ready in their prepared foods case.  Insider’s tip: Not sure how the heck to cook a turkey?  Head to www.butterball.com for a how to guide.  They even have an app for your iPhone.

Are you ready for some football?  It’s Monday night football and the Patriots face the Bills at 8:30pm.  Keep the weekend going and head out to watch the game!    We have some suggestions!  https://caughtinsouthie.com/restaurants-bar/7-places-watch-game

Burn some calories! We love Thanksgiving—A day with friends, family, and most importantly, the food. Get your sweat on early this Thanksgiving Day with these special workouts at some of our favorite local spots. Then, indulge guilt-free in mom’s pumpkin pie later!  Here’s who offering Thanksgiving Day workouts! https://caughtinsouthie.com/health-wellness/earn-your-feast-thanksgiving-day-workouts

Help our neighbors have a great Thanksgiving.  Thanksgiving is a time to be grateful for what you have and the perfect time to help those who are less fortunate.  The long standing South Boston tradition of the Thanksgiving Dinner at St. Monica’s church is being served from 11:30-1:30.  If you would like to come for a delicious dinner at St. Monica’s Hall (at the corner of Preble and Old Colony Ave) just bring your appetite.  If you can’t leave your home and would like a meal delivered, give St. Monica’s a call at 617-268-1230 or 617-590-9922.  Want to volunteer to help cook turkeys, bake a pie, make pick ups, deliveries, serve meals, set-up and clean-up – email Dan Manning at [email protected] 

Get out there and shop! If you survive Black Friday and still have some shopping left in you, then head out to the streets of Southie on Saturday.   Saturday, November 28th is national “Small Business Saturday.” This campaign was designed by American Express to generate business to small independent merchants – and we know how important it is to shop locally! Spread the word too!  Encourage your friends and family to shop locally! Not only are you getting a jump on your Christmas shopping, you are helping our local economy!  Really, it’s a win/win situation.

Bonus:
Mix and mingle and help support South Boston Youth Hockey.  South Boston Youth Hockey is celebrating the season with a special comedy night and fundraiser on Saturday, November 28th at The Teacher’s Union Hall at 7pm.  ESPN’s John Buccigross will be receiving the John Cunniff Hockey Achievement Award. There will be dancing, a silent auction table, raffles and a cash bar. Tickets are $25 in advance and 35 at the door.  You can purchase them here by visiting www.sbyhl.org.  

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