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5 Things You Should Know This Week – July 13th

Bring on Phase 3, Boston!

Boston joins the rest of the state for Phase 3 reopening. Casinos, museums, fitness centers, and movie theaters are allowed to reopen next week. Here’s a roundup of local fitness studios reopening!

Culture is back

These local museums will be reopening in July.

  • Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum: July 15
  • New England Aquarium: July 16
  • Institute of Contemporary Art: July 16
  • Old North Church and Historic Site: July 16
  • Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum: July 17
  • Museum of Science: July 26

New Summer Menus

Lower Mills Tavern and Yellow Door Taqueria just launched new summer menus!  You can check out LMT’s here! And Yellow Door’s here!

Age Strong Matinee

The July Drive-in Movie series hosted by the Parks Department and the Department of Tourism, Sports, and Entertainment kicked off this week with showings at the Convention Center in South Boston. Most of the shows have filled up already, but slots are available for the Age Strong Matinee next Wednesday, July 15 which will show the movie “42,” the story of American legend Jackie Robinson. This is open to Boston residents who are 55 or older. Registration is required by calling the Age Strong Commission at 617-635-3959, or 3-1-1.

Ashmont Farmers Market is back

The Ashmont Farmers Market has begun its 13th season! Get fresh and nutritious food and support our local farmers and vendors! Stop by on Fridays 3-7pm through October 30th.  You can learn more here! 

 

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Maureen Dahill

Maureen Dahill is the editor of Caught in Southie and Caught in Dot and a lifelong resident of South Boston sometimes mistaken for a yuppie. Hockey mom, yoga enthusiast, lover of red wine and binge watching TV series. Mrs. Peter G. Follow her @MaureenCaught.