Monday, August 18th
Movie Night! Mayor Marty Walsh and the City of Boston is hosting a family movie night on Monday, August 18th at 8pm. The featured film of the night is one of my personal favorites - Rudy. Popcorn will be provided by AMC Lowes Movie Theatre.
Wednesday, August 20th
Bombshells for Breast Cancer! Buy a ticket for the Bombshells for Breast Cancer Event to help support the Ellie Fund on Wednesday, August 20th from 6pm-8pm! Sip craft beer, wine & spirits, enjoy food from MJ's menu, and party on the NEW PATIO at MJ O'Connor's Waterfront with special guests including Caught in Southie's Maureen Dahill. Wear your pink to show your support! To purchase a ticket visit: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/2nd-annual-bombshells-against-breast-cancer-... Do it now! It's going to be fun event for an amazing cause!
L Street Night - The BCYF Curley Community Center presents L Street Night on Wednesday, August 20th from 6pm-9pm. Enjoy music, entertanment, hambeurgers,hot dogs, chower, ice cream, a sand castle competition, face painting, a magician and more!
Thursday, August 21st
Thursday, August 28th
Saturday, September 13th
Browse and shop amidst 100 local merchants, artists, and organizations along East Broadway from L to I streets. There will also be live entertainment on two stages including Southie's favorite band Thomas Park and The Peggy Woods School of Irish Dance. The festival kicks off at 11am and Mix 104.1's Kennedy will be your emcee for the day. For more information go to www.southbostonstreetfestival.com.
Events around the City
(*info from City of Boston website)
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
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.