3.2 min readBy Published On: September 23rd, 2018Categories: Caught In Southie, See and Do0 Comments on Week of September 24th

Be informed. Get involved. A special community meeting will be held on Monday, September 24th at 6:30pm to discuss traffic safety in Southie. Come speak with Public Safety and Transportation Officials as well as the elected officials for an update on pedestrian/bicyclist safety improvements in South Boston. The meeting will take place at the Tynan Elementary School – 650 E 4th St. A “Slow Down” march before the meeting.  Meet at L Street Bathhouse at 5pm.  Wear your “Drive Slow” t-shirts if you have them and bring your signs!

Take in some culture! Join Boston Ballet outside at One Seaport, Tuesday, September 25th, at 6:00pm for a performance featuring an audience favorite and four new works in progress by company dancers and choreographers.

Whiskey + Wine + How-do-you-dos = Neighborhood Night!  Caught in Dot, Caught in Southie and The Bowery Bar are joining forces to bring you a fun-filled night celebrating the neighborhood on Wednesday, September 26th from 6pm-9pm. Come to a gathering of friends + neighbors on the patio of The Bower Bar in Lower Mills! There will be wine + whiskey tastings, food, fun, local pop-ups and a “We Love Goats” fundraising effort to help raise funds for the Dorchester Goats! Plus other surprises and delights! You never know who you’ll meet at Neighborhood Night! Stop by and say hello!  This event is free and open to the public!

Come learn! L Street Station is hosting a transportation meeting on Wednesday, September 26th from 7pm-8:30pm a the Tynan School. Discussion will include how streets/infrastructure can be improved in addition to improving public transportation.

Food & Fun! Grand Ten Distilling is hosting a mini CREATE as a fundraising push for CREATE Gallery + Cocktail Lounge! Join them for cocktails made from GrandTen’s delicious spirits lineup, live painting by Artist Adam O’Day, tacos and other tasty eats featuring American Lamb, and sounds by DJ J-Wall. There will be an art lottery so you’ll have a chance to walk home with a piece by Artists Brian Gordon or Domingo Martin-Barreres. Tickets are $30
Each ticket includes admission, food, and one draft cocktail from GrandTen. Plus, proceeds will support the opening of CREATE Gallery + Cocktail Lounge! You can purchase them here. 

Adventure awaits! On Sunday, September 30 from 8am-11am head to the Lawn on D
for the BKBX Obstacle Course: Adventure Training! Come see what you’re made of on BKBX’s obstacle course, where you’ll get a preview of how you can train for a lifetime of powerful, adventurous challenges. The BKBX obstacle course provides a dynamic, high-energy workout based on the fundamental elements of adventure training, which are strategically designed to push your limits and enhance fitness performance through feats of cardio, power, and agility. Show up and be prepared to sprint, leap, crawl, and climb your way to the finish line—all while responding to sensory and cognitive stimuli. Sounds like fun to us! You can learn more here! 

Discover Moakley! Mayor Martin J. Walsh invites residents and visitors of all ages to “Discover Moakley” with a family festival on Saturday, September 29, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. followed by an outdoor movie at 7 p.m. along with more activities highlighting this popular park located along the waterfront in South Boston. “Discover Moakley” will be a full day of fun with food, beach games, skateboarding, a screening of “The Goonies,” and more. This event is free to the public and family friendly. Explore new recreational activities, learn about resilient landscapes, and discover the potential for Moakley Park. Learn about what is being done to make Moakley Park accessible to all of Boston, while enjoying the festivities at the same time. The event is hosted by the Boston’s Parks and Recreation and Greenovate Boston, Save the Harbor/Save the Bay, Boston Harbor Now, The Trust for Public Land, and the MA Department of Conservation and Recreation.

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