Dine Out Boston is Back

Dine Out Boston is back March 10th -23rd.  Enjoy lunch for $22, $27 and $32 and Dinner for $36, $41 and $46!  You can see a list of participating restaurants here! 

Tune In – St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast

If you love nostalgia, singing Irish songs, and local politicians telling jokes, then you’ll love this event! Senator Nick Collins will host the legendary St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast on Sunday, March 17th, at 10am live and in person at the Ironworkers Union Hall on Old Colony Ave! This year, the Breakfast will be broadcast to a wider audience, with NECN and NESN joining media partners BNN, WROL, and Caught In Southie. The event will be live-streamed on NECN, BNN, and WROL Radio beginning at 9:30 a.m. Live TV broadcast will begin at 10 a.m. Caught In Southie will provide exclusive behind-the-scenes coverage. You can learn more here! 

Run for Mayor of Dorchester

Are you interested in being the next Mayor of Dorchester?! Did you know that anyone who lives in Dorchester can participate? The person who raises the most money will be the next mayor of DOT, be honored at the Chief Marshal dinner in June, and walk in the Chief Marshal division in the parade.  Sweet! You can learn more at [email protected]

DCR Traffic Advisory: Morrissey Boulevard Potential Lane/Road Closures March 9th – 14th

Due to the potential high tides and minor coastal flooding forecasted, the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) is preparing for potential lane and/or road closures to occur along Morrissey Boulevard (both directions) from Freeport Street to Bianculli Boulevard at UMass Boston in the City of Boston starting Saturday, March 9, 2024, and continuing through Thursday, March 14, 2024. Check out our post to learn more here!

Get in the St. Pat’s Spirit

The Woods School of Irish Dance will be performing around Dorchester on Friday, March 15th in Adams Village to raise funds for the girls off to Nationals this Summer!



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