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Saturday, November 8th 9am-12pm

In the spirit of Storage Wars, enjoy the ultimate yard sale and recycling event at Boston Seaport Self Storage!  Featuring a tent sale loaded with good stuff ready to be bought like furniture, clothing, sporting goods and more, pop-up shops, and refreshments. 

You can also drop off clothing donations for Goodwill and recyclables like mattresses, box springs, computer equipment and electronics - for a complete list of recyclable items visit: www.eomsrcycling.com

Saturday, November 20th - 6:30pm

South Boston Community Health Center's Havest of Hope 2014.  Honoring Mayor Marty Walsh and Gail Hobin.  Live Auction with Billly Costa.  Food, cocktails and live music at the Seaport Hotel.  Tickets can be purchased at www.sbchc.org

Saturday, November 29th - 7pm

Saturday, December 6th and Sunday, December 7th

It's officially the start of the Christmas season with the annual Laboure House Tour.  One of Southie's favorite traditions, the Christmas House Tour will feature beautiful homes in the around South Boston from urban lofts to traditional.   Each home will be decorated and ready for the holidays.   To obtain tickets online or for more information, visit http://www.ccab.org/events

 

 


 

Events around the City

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Preparing for Winter Weather
Safety Tips, Heating Resources, and Snow Information

Winter weather is already here, and we want to make sure that you're properly prepared. We prepare year-round to ensure that residents are safe from snow, ice, and extreme cold. Follow the rules and guidelines on snow removal, parking, and cold-weather safety. Help us by looking out for your neighbors, particularly the elderly and disabled.
Preparing for Winter
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Household Waste Look-up Tool

Need to dispose of a household item, but not sure how? The City's Public Works' Waste Reduction Division encourages you to recycle more and reduce waste by using this easy to use look-up tool. You can search by item or category and then follow the recycling and disposal guidelines for different neighborhoods.
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