2.7 min readBy Published On: July 4th, 2016Categories: See and Do0 Comments on Week of July 5th

We can’t think of a better place to “hang” this summer than Coppersmith and Tuesday, July 5th Caught in Southie is taking over Mai Tyed Tuesdays!  Stop by Tuesday on the “front porch” enjoy Mai Tais by the glass and pitcher, Polynesian food specials and complimentary tie dye stations where guests are invited to create psychedelic patterns and vintage tie dye designs on t-shirts and tank tops.The fun happens from 6-8!  There will be raffles, giveaways, surprises and more!  T shirts and tank tops will be sold for $5 each with the proceeds benefiting Beat NbCIS’s Maureen Dahill will be running the Falmouth Road Race for this organization! The is event is free and open to the public!  We hope you can make it!  You can register here! 

The South Boston Leadership Initiative and Boston Centers for Youth and Families – Curley Community Center have once again partnered to host a summer long Youth Fitness Program to be held at M Street Beach.   Ripped By Regan –  an 8 week summer bootcamp for young adults begins on Tuesday, July 5th! This non-nonsense down and dirty workout is taught by none other than Thomas Regan of Regan’s Motivated Fitness.  Monday- Friday mornings – Group 1 (ages 15-18) from 7:30am-9:00am -Group 2 (Ages12-15) from 9-10:30 am. Thanks to the South Boston Leadership Initiative, Save the Harbor/Save the Bay and the DCR,  this program is FREE for all South Boston residents! You can register here!  

Enjoy a summer’s night on the high seas aboard the Provincetown II.  On Wednesday, July 6th from 7pm to 10:00pm,  help support the South Boston Boys & Girls club with a night of fun featuring three decks worth of entertainment! Boat leaves from Commonwealth Pier.  Boarding begins at 6:30pm. The night will also include raffles and a silent auction.  All proceeds will support the summer programs at the club. Tickets for the event can be purchased online at www.bgcb.org.  $25.00 each/$20 for group sales (10 or more) and seniors. For more information contact Pattie at [email protected] or 617.516.5442.Must be 21 and over – id’s checked at gate!

In the spirit of celebrating America’s birthday this week, check out the oldest flag in America right next door in Dorchester!   The Commonwealth Museum will display one of the oldest 13-stars-and-stripes American flag. It’s so old, in fact, the flag is believed to have been raised during the Revolutionary War at Fort Independence on Castle Island. According to the Boston Globe, the flag was discovered inside a family home in Medford in 1901.   The flag is part of the Commonwealth Museum’s exhibit about Castle Island and the American Revolution.  It has only been on public display a few times! The Commonwealth Museum is located at 220 Morrissey Blvd.

Raise your glass!  Grand Ten Distilling is proud to announce that Grand Ten Bar is opening this weekend!  Enjoy cocktails directly from the source. Whether classic or modern, they mix you up a perfect cocktail from their line of craft spirits right in the heart of where it’s made!   They’ll be open this weekend Friday, July 8th, 4pm – 12am, Saturday, July 9th, 1pm – 12am and Sunday, July 10th, 1pm – 8pm.

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