3.1 min readBy Published On: September 9th, 2018Categories: See and Do0 Comments on Week of September 10th

Never forget! Our Lady of Good Voyage/Seaport Shrine is hosting a special prayer service of remembrance on Tuesday, September 11th at 7pm. In addition to the prayer service there will be a candlelit procession from the Shrine to the Massachusetts Fallen Heroes Memorial.

Get moving! The City of Boston is hosting a Boston Wellness Week September 10th-15th including the Big Quiet – a mass meditation event at Fenway Park on Monday and a free a free, day-long Boston Social Fitness Festival on Saturday. Tuesday through Thursday, you’ll be able to take a midday break at the Patios on City Hall Plaza with an “office recess,” complete with free games, snacks, and drinks. At the festival participate in classes like Day Breakers Dance Experience and BollyX Workout and CorePower Yoga. Other standouts include Superhero Workout – a Martial Arts and HIIT Bootcamp taught by friend of CIS and CID Francis Huynh! To see full schedule visit here! 

Plan for your future! 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,September 11th  at 5:30pm You’ll learn: how to qualify for a mortgage, the impact of your credit score, purchase & sale, benefits of a realtor and the closing process. If you attend, you’ll get $500 off closing costs on a Mass Bay mortgage! Space is limited, so reserve your spot today!  Call 617-269-2700.

Listen to the music! The Boston Symphony Orchestra Brass Quintet will perform in Seaport Common next Thursday, September 13, 6:00-7:30PM. The performance will include a compelling blend of light classics, pop favorites and contemporary hits. Delicious bites and drinks from local businesses will be available. The event is free and open to the public but RSVP’s are encouraged via the event page. Note: Rain date is Wednesday, September 19th.

Be informed.  Get involved.  The DCR and MassDOT will host a meeting on Wednesday, September 12th from 6:30pm to 8pm to discuss the Day Boulevard Targeted Safety Improvement Project.

Shop, sip, and dine! Get ready to browse and shop 100 local merchants, artists, and organizations along East Broadway from L to I streets featuring the Best of South Boston.  The South Boston Street Festival takes place on Saturday, September 15th from 11am-4pm! Bring your appetite too! There will be plenty of food featuring some of Southie’s favorite spots like Backyard Betty’s, Capo, Joseph’s Bakery, Sal’s, Shredded, The Sausage Guy, Sweet Tooth Bakery, and others. Alfresco dining will be available at, The Cranberry Café, Café Porto Bello, The Broadway, The Paramount, The Playwright, and Roza Lyons. Enjoy free children’s activities including face painting, balloon artist, street performances, a roaming band of pirates and lots of surprises.

Support Lori’s Teal Team! Stop by The Beauty Bar and purchase a t-shirt for $20! All proceeds benefit the Lori Miller Memorial Fund at South Boston Catholic Academy!

Save the Date! It’s the 3rd Annual Burkie’s Walk and Pig Roast! Lace up your sneakers and walk around Castle Island to raise money for the Michael Burke Foundation – which helps families in and around the Boston area battling cancer.Post walk enjoy a Pig Roast, burgers, hot dogs and more while you watch the Pats take on the Dolphins at 1pm. The walk starts at 10:30am at the Boston Harbor Yacht Club (1805 Columbia Road) and post walk celebration is back at the BHYC. Tickets are $30. You can purchase them here! Cant’ make the event? You can still make a donation here!

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