2.7 min readBy Published On: October 31st, 2019Categories: See and Do0 Comments on Weekend Picks – November 1st

It’s the weekend!  We’ll drink to that! 

Camp Gallows

Keep halloween going and head to The Gallows in the South End.  For their “Welcome to Camp Gallows” theme party. (Think Sleepaway Camp, the 1983 slasher movie)! Get those khaki shorts and polos shirts ready. It’s time for summer camp!  21+, no cover, and dj!  Takes place Friday at 10pm.  Looks for camp inspired food and drink specials. 

Hot Diggity Dog – Half-Priced Hot Dogs at Sully’s

In celebration of customer appreciation month during November, enjoy half-priced hot dogs at Sully’s until they close on Sunday, November 24th! Might as well get two right? We’ll take ours “all around!” Other menu standouts we’ll miss on Sully’s hiatus? Fried clams, Lime Rickeys, lobster roll and of course french fries!

Art in Southie: South Boston Open Studios

This weekend is the South Boston Fall Open Studios celebrating generations of artists living, working, and creating in Southie. It’s family friendly, free, and full of local artists sharing their talented works of art, created right in our own neighborhood. Why not do something different this weekend and check them out!

Singo Bingo with the South Boston Irish American Society

Enjoy the wildly popular rock n’ roll bingo game – Singo Bingo – on Sunday, November 3rd at 1pm at the Seapoint (Upstairs).  $15 per person.  To learn more about the South Boston Irish American Society visit their Facebook page! 

Giving back never tasted so good

The Broadway and Ghost Tequila are asking you to to help raise money for the South Boston Boys & Girls Club! The LOCKS 4 LOCALS program has a goal of $10k by the end of 2019! Every time this drink is sold, it comes with a lock, and $5 will be donated to the lock fund! Do your part and drink up! Guests get to sign the lock and hang it in the restaurant!

New Episode of Caught Up

Maureen and Heather get into the spirit of Halloween and discuss scary movies, Misery’s Annie Wilkes’ fashion sense, Mounds vs. Almond Joy’s, and costumes from your closet. Also not so spooky tales of Friday fish dinners with seniors, Paul Rudd, and why comedian Will Noonan is being stingy with his homemade bread.  Download and listen! 

Vino & Vinyasa

Working out is so much better when you’re rewarded with wine. Join Mayhew Wine Shop for Vino & Vinyasa, an hour-long yoga class led by Monica of The Monica Method followed by a complimentary wine tasting on November 2nd from 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM. City Tap Boston will also be providing snacks! Don’t forget your mat!  RSVP here! 

Mommy & Me Yoga at Eastside Yoga & Fitness

A new Mommy & Me Yoga class will kick off Friday, November 1st from 5pm-5:45pm (First Friday of Every Month).  Enjoy a 45 minute flow for child and parent.  Moving through a friendly sequence as well as playful partner poses with your little one.  School aged children suggested.  Cost is $25, $5 for each child.  You can register here.  

Patriots face the Ravens on Sunday night at 8:15pm

Oh boy!  Southie is gonna be bumpin’! Where will you be watching the game?  Here are 10 Places to Watch in the Neighborhood.

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