3.2 min readBy Published On: October 9th, 2017Categories: See and Do0 Comments on Week of October 9th

Strengthen and restore. There are two amazing fitness events this week! East Side Yoga is hosting its wildly popular Restorative Yoga Workshop with Jessi. On Saturday, October 14th from 1-3pm Tune in, slow down and take the time for yourself to relax, unwind and de-stress. Cost is $40. BTone Fitness is hosting a “Lend a Hand” class on Sunday, October 15th at 1pm in Southie. All proceeds from class will go to hurricane relief.

Art adventure in Fort Point! 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 pyramid floating on the Channel.  In addition to the more than 150 artists studios and galleries which will be open, Fort Point Open Studios features a series of special events, including artists’s demos, performance, public art, hands-on activities for all ages and more!  The fun begins Friday, October 13th – Sunday, October 15th.  For more information visit here! 

Save the date! Mass Bay Credit Union to host a special seminar!  Buying your first home can be scary! The good people of Mass Bay Credit Union wants to help ease your fears with a night filled with helpful information, tools, and guidance.  The First-Time Homebuyers Seminar takes place on Tuesday, October 17th from 5:30pm-7:00pm. The pros will cover the process from start to finish, what you can afford, down payment options, mortgage choices and more!  If you attend, you’ll get $500 off closing costs on a Mass Bay mortgage!   Space is limited, so reserve your spot today! 

Calling all fans of fashion! South Boston Catholic Academy’s auditorium will be transformed into Southie’s hottest runway on Sunday, October 22nd Featuring local South Boston boutiques, models will strut their stuff and showcase some of falls biggest trends. Your hosts for this event will be Caught in Southie/Caught Up Podcast’s own Maureen Dahill and Heather Foley
Also on deck? A pop-up shop featuring clothing and accessories, Cash Bar and light bites from The Punk & Poet! Tickets are $25 and tables of 10 can be reserved! Register before 10/13 and receive $5 off with the code: FASHION. Visit here for tickets!

Support! You have two ways to help support the Joseph “Dodo” Nee Foundation. On Friday, October 13th the first annual golf tournament will take place at the William J. Devine Golf Course at Franklin Park. $150 per person/$600 per team. The price includes greens fee, carts, a jacket and lunch at Florian Hall. Later that night at 7pm, head to Florian Hall for an evening of dancing featuring legendary Southie DJ Dru Errico, prizes, raffles. Tickets are $20. Funds raised will be given back to the families and nonprofit organizations within the Greater Boston Area to keep Dodo’s memory alive by doing what he loved so much, giving back. For more information you can call Brian Nee at 617-905-2886.

Raise your glass to the Ellie Fund! As part of Southie Turns Pink for the Ellie Fund’s Do Good campaignCapoLincolnLocoRoza Lyons and The Punk & Poet are all offering specialty cocktails like the BAE-Watch, The Ta-Ta-Tasty, The Pink Poet and more! So drink up one (or all) of these pink cocktails during the month of October and $1 from every drink goes to the Ellie Fund! A perfect excuse to order another round! Not only are they delicious, but it’s for an amazing local organization – the Ellie Fund! The Ellie Fund is a local non-profit dedicated to providing critical services including nutritional and grocery assistance, transportation to medical appointments, childcare, housekeeping and prepared/deliver meals to breast cancer patients and their families.


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