Thursday, April 24th
Catholic Charities Labouré Center’s - 32nd Annual Spring Benefit
at John Hancock Financial
601 Congress Street, Boston 4th Floor Atrium - 5:30pm-8:30pm
$65.00 for tickets purchased before April 15, 2014
$75.00 for tickets purchased after April 15, 2014
Friday, May 2nd
Friends of Carl Sutera Fundraiser
7pm-9pm at the Boston Teachers Union Hall (180 Mt. Vernon Street, Dorchester) Featuring: Tom Baker and the Troublemakers, The Linehan Brothers and Drue Errico. Tickets are $20. There will be raffles and a cash bar. For more information call Paul Duffley at 617-594-3986.
Sunday, May 4th
FourthFest to benefit the Fourth Prebysterian Church! at Laugh Boston from 2:30-5:30pm There will be food, drink and fun for all! Tickets are $50. To read more about the Fourth Presbyterian Church visit: http://www.caughtinsouthie.com/people/characterofmonth/burns-stanfield
Thursday, May 8th
Excel High School (part of South Boston High School) is holding a Spring Concert to raise funds to support their art program on Thursday May 8th at 95 G St. in Southie. The night will be filled with student performances, delicious appetizers, and a fun raffle with great local prizes (including Stapleton's gift cards and a Free Dog wash at B.Y.O.D.) Tickets are $30 and can be purchased at our website www.excelhigh.org or by bringing a check (made payable to Excel) to Ruthie Aframe at Excel High School. Please call the school at 617-635-9870 with any questions.
Saturday, May 10th
Boston Marine Corps Honor Run
Date: Saturday, May 10, 2014
Start time: 9:00am
Start Location: Carson Beach
City: South Boston
Contact Phone: 888-767-RACE
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
All Day Long - volunteer and help keep our neighborhood beautiful! For more information how we can keep our neighborhood parks and streets a little bit cleaner visit: http://www.caughtinsouthie.com/feature/boston-shines
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.