Celebrate Earth Day
April 22nd is Earth Day and there are plenty of simple ways that you can celebrate right here in the neighborhood! Check out our roundup!
April Vacation Ideas in the Neighborhood
Keep those kids entertained this week! Here are some local neighborhood suggestions for school vacation week!
Lunch by the Pool
Lifted Pool Bar at the Omni Hotel + Resort at the Seaport has announced they are open daily for the season 11am-9pm. Follow them on Instagram for the latest.
Stand with Ukraine – Workout
The Penek/Klein family is partnering with Backyahd Boston Team to raise funds for purchasing and shipping medical supplies for troops, first responders, and civilians on the front lines in Ukraine. Enjoy a 50 minute workout at Backyahd on Saturday, April 23rd at 1pm. The full body workout will focus on building strength utilizing a variety of equipment, combining functional and traditional movements with conditioning woven in. This class is scalable and suitable for all fitness types. There are also a few more surprises are in the works. $25 donation per participant will go towards purchasing and shipping medical supplies. Register here!
Predator Dub Assassins live at Castle Island Brewing
On Friday enjoy live Reggae music performed by Predator Dub Assassins on Friday at 9pm at Castle Island Brewing.
Help clean Marine Park with Congressman Steve Lynch, Senator Nick Collins, State Rep. David Biele, City Point Neighborhood Association and Colin’s Joy Project on Saturday from 10am-12pm. Refreshments will be served.
Earth Day Treats at Cannonball
Cannonball Cafe is celebrating Earth Day by selling a special (and delicious) Earth Day Drink. For each drink sold, Cannonball will plant one tree through the Arbor Foundation.
Bruins face off against the Rangers on Saturday at 3pm and on Sunday against the Canadiens at 7pm. The Celtics playoffs continue against the Nets on Saturday at 7:30pm. The Red Sox face the Rays Friday at 7:10pm, Saturday at 6:10pm and Sunday at 1:10pm. Here are 10 Places to Watch Sports in the Neighborhood.
On Friday, you can pick up a free seedling to plant at home on Friday, April 22nd from 10am-2pm on Seaport Common. You can learn more here.
DRAGtacular Brunch at Laugh Boston
Spring has arrived, just in time for Drag Brunch! Get your girlfriends and come experience DRAGtacular Brunch at Laugh Boston on Saturday at 12pm! Performance by Karisma Geneva Jackson-Tae, Just JP, Candace Persuasian and your hostess Kris Knievil! For General Admission tickets, your ticket to the show also comes with a complimentary mimosa as well as your choice of one of three brunch entrees. Upgrade your fun with VIP Tickets. You’ll get priority seating (closest to the stage) and, on top of the show and a choice of brunch entrée, you will be treated to our plus-size All-Star Cocktail (a $25 value). You can purchase your tickets here!
Cisco Brewers Seaport Beer Garden is back
Cisco Brewers Seaport Beer Garden is back for the fifth season in a row. In exciting news, Cisco Brewers Seaport will now offer craft cocktails and spirits from Triple Eight Distillery alongside its renowned portfolio of innovative beer and Nantucket Vineyards wine. This year, Cisco will be located at a new and even more accommodating location in Boston’s Seaport—85 Northern Ave—just down the block from its previous spot, on the corner of Pier 4 Boulevard and Seaport Boulevard. Get the full details here.
5 Year Anniversary Celebration at the Shrine of Our Lady of Good Voyage
The Shrine of Our Lady of Good Voyage was dedicated five years ago by his Eminence, Cardinal Seán O’Malley, OFM Cap., April 22, 2017 during the Vigil Mass of Divine Mercy. Five years later, a special celebration will take on Sunday, April 24th. Bishop Robert Reed, President of CatholicTV and Auxiliary Bishop of Boston, will celebrate the 9:30am Mass. A reception will follow the 11:30am Mass. You can RSVP here.
Guide to Spring in Southie
Spring has sprung! You know what that means – time to clean up, declutter, get in shape and refresh your life! Here’s a quick guide on how to do just that!
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Maureen Dahill is the editor of Caught in Southie and a lifelong resident of South Boston sometimes mistaken for a yuppie. Co-host of Caught Up, storyteller, lover of red wine and binge watching TV series. Mrs. Peter G. Follow her @MaureenCaught.
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