2.3 min readBy Published On: March 13th, 2016Categories: See and Do1 Comment

Get healthy!  Summer is coming and there is no better time like the present to get fit and healthy!  C2 Fortress is hosting a special information session about T30 – Transform 30 – a 30 day healthy eating challenge!  Stop by on Monday, March 14th from 6pm-8pm and learn about how this program can not only help your eating habits but help you increase your energy, get better sleep, tone your body and find more clarity and focus!  Sounds good to us!

Wearing O’ the Green!  Need something wear this St. Patrick’s Day?  Well, we’ve got you covered!  Southie’s Own has everything from Irish knit sweaters, to scally caps, Southie t-shirts, and green hoodies galore! Ladder 19 (K Street Firehouse) is stocked with hoodies, t-shirts, and caps just in time for parade day!  Stop by and show your support Thursday-Saturday!  Tell ‘em Caught in Southie sent you!

The CIS Guide to St. Patrick’s Day is live! It’s our pleasure to bring you all that is hip and happening this St. Patrick’s season leading up to St. Patrick’s Day weekend.  We’ll give you suggestions on where to watch the parade; tips on entertaining; where to eat corned beef and cabbage; where to catch some live Irish music; which bars to go to and so much more.  This guide will be updated daily so keep checking for new scoop.

Get a job!  Sullivan’s is accepting applications in person this week. Please ask for Chris Lane or a manager during the following times: Monday-Friday from 2:30-5:00 or Sat-Sun from 8:30-11:00.  Immediately available shifts include ‘mother’s hours’ 10:30-3:00 (flexible), after school hours, and weekends. Even if you are interested in a summer job, now is the time to put in an application!

Winning! Caught in Southie and First Aid Shot Therapy are teaming up to bring you Instagram and Twitter contests! Make sure to play along for a chance to win an awesome St. Patrick’s Day Hangover Recovery pack! Read Heather’s blog to get the details!

Bonus:
Raise your glass!  It’s almost St. Patrick’s Day and local Southie pols are partying like rock stars!  City Councilor  Bill Linehan is throwing his annual party at JJ Foley’s (117 East Berkeley Street) on Wednesday, March 16th from 6pm-9pm.  There will be live Irish music, great pub food and good company!  Tickets are $50

Representative Nick Collins is hosting a St. Patrick’s Day party at Lincoln Tavern on Thursday March 17th from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm.  There will be live Irish music from Bobby Fowkes and Curragh’s Fancy and plenty of great company.  The back room is reserved and direct entry will be granted at the door if there is line. Suggested donation, $25, $50, $100

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  1. Bryan March 15, 2016 at 12:36 am - Reply

    Why is one of the shifts at Sully’s called “mothers hours”? It should just be called a shift 10:30-3:00, you should edit out that sexism.

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