Wednesday, March 15, 2017

What's New In Music, Art, Dining, Running & Wearing Green

The Friends of Fort Point Channel invites Fort Point businesses to join them at the City Tap House Thursday, March 16th from 8:30 am - 9:30 am for Boston Unplugged, the City's acoustic music entertainment ordinance. City Council President Michelle Wu and Inspectional Services Commissioner Buddy Christopher will make remarks. Bring business cards for networking. City Tap House is located at 10 Boston Wharf Rd. Register for the event.

Later that evening from 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm, the Fort Point Arts Community (FPAC) hosts the opening reception of Hearth and Fire, their fourth gallery show of the season juried by Jeffrey De Blois of the Institute for Contemporary Art. Hearth and Fire features Joe Caruso, Marjorie Kaye, Rachael Shatil, and Tani Shavit who utilize materials to produce sculpture that is informed by prehistory. Show runs through March 31, 2017. The FPAC Gallery is located at 300 Summer St.
If all that activity makes you hungry, Dine Out Boston (formerly restaurant week) runs through St. Patrick's Day. Sample area restaurants at special prices featuring a prix fixe menu for lunch and dinner. Each participating restaurant selects ONE of the three price options - the Chef then prepares a menu to delight. Lunch prices are  $15/$20/$25 and dinner prices are $28/$33/$38. In Fort Point and Seaport, participating restaurants are: Barlow's Restaurant, Bastille Kitchen (dinner only), Blue Dragon, Del Friscos (lunch only), Menton (lunch only), Morton's, Oak + Rowan, Ocean's Prime (lunch only), Rosa Mexicano, Sapore Restaurant + Bar, Strega Waterfront and Tamo. For a complete list of restaurants visit Dine Out Boston.

In Southie the St. Patrick's Day celebration kicks off at 10 am Sunday, March 19th with the St. Patrick's Day Breakfast hosted by Senator Linda Dorcena Forry and televised on NECN.

Next grab your running shoes for a fun 5k run benefiting the Edgerley Family South Boston (Boys & Girls) Club's Keystone Teen Leadership Program, keeping teens off the streets and on the right track with your support.

March 19, 2017
11 am
Register Today

The St. Patrick's Day Parade starts at 1:00 PM at the Broadway T Station. View the parade route. Don't forget to wear green. For the ultimate guide to St. Patrick's Day in South Boston visit Caught in Southie. Remember South Boston bars close at 6 pm on Sunday.

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