2.4 min readBy Published On: October 12th, 2015Categories: Tips0 Comments on Week of October 12th

Sip and shop! Southie turns pink for the Ellie Fund!  Make a plan to sip and shop your way around Southie on Thursday, October 15th from 6pm to 8pm.  Some local South Boston businesses will be participating in the Southie Turns Pink Shopping Night Out!   A portion of the sales will be donated directly to the Ellie Fund – a local non-profit dedicated to providing critical services including childcare, grocery shopping and meal deliveries to patients with breast cancer and their families.   Habit, Ku De Ta, Wears + Wares, Pretty Reckless will be serving up some pink drinks and snacks and 20% of all sales will go directly to the Ellie Fund. The Beauty Bar will have pink hair extensions to brighten up your do for a $10 donation.   Raise your glass to the Ellie Fund at Lincoln Tavern and Loco Taqueria.  For the entire month of October, be on the lookout for specialty pink cocktails and order one (or two) up!  $2 from each one sold will go directly to the Ellie Fund.  Spend a little money for an amazing cause!  For more information about Do Good and the Ellie Fund, visit: http://elliefund.org

Something’s fishy at Sullivan’s Castle Island!  Fishy in a good way – their fresh fish made to order!  You can get it baked or fried for just $7.50 with choice of french fries or cole slaw! 

Happy First Birthday East Side Yoga & Fitness!  To celebrate one successful year of business, East Side is hosting a free Hip Hop Vinyasa Flow Class with jess at 6:15pm on Friday, October 16th.  Stay for the festivities post class or join in the celebration at 7:30pm for food, drinks, a chance to win 
ESY&F Tanks, Personal Training Session with Andrea and  One Month Unlimited Classes! Also take advantage of their 10 Pack Class Pack for $120.00!

Take an adventure in art at Fort Point Open Studios October 16th – 18th.  Pick up a map and explore the studios and warehouses that are home to painters, sculptors, ceramicists, jewelers, performance artists, printmakers, book artists, photographers, and more. Meet and chat with artists in their studios and discover new works and treasured favorites.  See Fort Point’s art galleries and find public art installations throughout the neighborhood including a giant floating sheep in the Chanel.  For more information including times/location visit: http://www.fortpointarts.org/open-studios/

Need a parking spot? We got the scoop on two! Wouldn’t it be nice to just pull into a luxurious parking spot without driving around blocks in search of one!  Well, the South Boston Neighborhood Development Corp. has two parking spots for rent located on Prebble Street between Mohawk and Rogers for $200 monthly. 
Michelle Zenga 
South Boston NDC
365 West Broadway
South Boston, MA 02127