If you’re a recent grad who’s new to the area, or the parent of one, this weekend will showcase some special events in #Southie that are geared just for you! Broadway Restaurant Group is hosting a “Parent’s Weekend,” which will include three days of programming at all four BRG locations: Capo, Lincoln, Loco, and Fat Baby. Everything from brunch to live entertainment to giveaways are included. Get the details here!
Explore art this weekend!
It’s the Fort Point Open Studios! FPAC artists welcome visitors into their live-work studios annually to share the arts, industry and creative culture of this unique community with the public. FPAC pioneered Boston’s original Open Studios event, “Fort Point Open Studios,” which has since been replicated in dozens of artist communities throughout the city. FPAC’s Open Studios event features the work of member artists, craftspeople, and designers on view in artists’ studios, in galleries, on the streets and in the water around Fort Point. Learn about our established community of makers and its unique place in Boston’s history while enjoying the diverse collection of the community’s creations: painting, sculpture, photography, jewelry, pottery, textiles, fashion, graphics and industrial design, plus music and performance. Friday Preview: Friday, October 18, 4:00 – 7:00 pm and Saturday & Sunday, October 19-20, noon – 6:00 pm. You can learn more here!
Zoo + Brew
Go see the animals at Zoo + Brew! Looking for some family friendly fun? Look no further than the Seaport District for the Zoo+Brew event features a petting zoo, family games and Cisco sips on Saturday, October 19th from 11am – 3pm on Sea Green!
Hidden Treasures Skinner Event
Bring your treasures and see what it’s worth! It’s the Hidden Treasures Skinner Event at the Laboure. Have you ever wondered about the value of that family heirloom or yard sale find? Enjoy a professional Skinner appraisal on Saturday, October 19th from 10am-3pm. Appointments recommended to bring one item for a verbal appraisal and evaluation.* This event takes place at Catholic Charities Labouré Center – 275 West Broadway. Proceeds directly support Catholic Charities Labouré Center programs which focus on workforce development, youth, elders & health services and family stabilization programs. $20 PER OBJECT Price includes free general admission. For information or to schedule an appointment, visit here or call (617) 464-8500.
Book yourself a little TLC
One of the most requested skin treatments of 2019, dermaplaning is trending in the beauty department and will leave your face ultra-smooth and glowing! Christine Catanese, esthetician at Nurture Salon and Spa, specializes in this treatment and it can be combined with a hydrating mask, a peel or an anti-aging facial. “It’s a great service to do before a special event. Your makeup will go on super smooth afterwards and your skin looks amazing,” says Catanese. Get more details here and book your appointment.
She’s turning around
The USS Constitution will be making a turnaround on Friday, October 18th in celebration of her 222nd birthday (she looks great) and the US Navy’s 244th birthday! She’s leaving the Charlestown Navy Yard at 9am and will make her way to Castle Island to Fort Independence for a 21 gun salute around 9:45am. An additional 17 gun salute will be fired as she passes the US Coast Guard Station.
Slumber Party at Backyard Betty’s
On Sunday, October 20th from 1-7pm – it’s a Southie Slumber Day Party at Backyard Betty’s! DJ Schmidty full menu, $5 Mimosas! Wake up and come as you are!
Pink Donuts at The Broadway
Saturday & Sunday are for the girls this month! The Broadway’s boozy donuts will be P I N K every week in October to help raise awareness! We will be donating $1 days per donut to the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
Safe Streets Office Hours
Boston City Councilor Ed Flynn and Councilor At-Large Michael Flaherty will hold Neighborhood Office Hours in South Boston this Saturday, October 19th from 10am-11:30am at the Thomas J. Fitzgerald VFW Post 561 (715 East 4th Street). The councilors will be joined by Chris Osgood, Chief of Streets for the City of Boston, and Greg Rooney, Commissioner of the Boston Transportation Department. Residents are encouraged to bring constituent and neighborhood issues directly to Councilors Flynn and Flaherty, Chief Osgood, and Commissioner Rooney.
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