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Thursday, December 3rd

Shop Local!Get ready to shop local and celebrate the holiday season!  On Thursday, December 3rd take part in the South Boston Christmas Stroll!  This fun-filled event takes place from 4pm to 8pm.  Sip, shop, and dine your way around Southie and take advantage of special discounts and one-night only promotions at local shops and restaurants.
Enjoy one night of incredible savings at more than 20 local retail establishments, restaurants, salons and specialty pop-up shops throughout South Boston!  

Saturday, December 5th

SBCA Road Race Lace up those sneakers and get ready to run for a great local school - South Boston Catholic Academy.  On Saturday, December 5th at 10am join your friends and neighbors and run a 5K race along the South Boston beaches.  Start and finish is at South Boston Catholic Academy at 866 East Broadway.  Stick around for a post-race cookout.  There is also fun for the kids on deck too with two youth races.  At 9:15 - 100 Meter Dash for kids (9 and under) and at 9:30 a 1/2 mile run (14 and under). If you preregister by November 30th, it's $20.  Post-registration is $25.  Youth preregistration is is $8 and post-registration is $10.  To register visit:

Saturday, December 5th and Sunday, December 6th

25th Annual Christmas House Toure to benefit the Laboure Center.  

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