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Things You Should Know This Week – January 6th

Give your Christmas tree a second life

Recycle those dried out Christmas trees this week! The City of Boston will be collecting them the first two full weeks in January! Place trees at curb by 6am on trash day. No decorations, bags, stands or lights on the tree. The tree will be shredded up to be used as compost. The compost will be distributed in various Boston parks o help new things grow!

Codman Square Cannabis Shop Meeting

On Monday, January 6th at 6pm a public meeting will be held by the City of Boston will be held in the Great Hall located at 6 Norfolk St. to discuss a proposed cannabis establishment for 571B Washington St. in Codman Square. Contact Christine Brandao with questions at Christine.brandao@boston.gov or 617-635-1880.

Be informed.  Get involved.

On Tuesday, January 7th at 6:30pm the Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA) will host a public meeting to discuss a proposal to open a Floor & Décor store at 729 Morrissey Blvd., (the old) National Wholesale Liquidators. The proponent proposes substantial renovations to the interior and façade of the existing building and reconfiguration of on-site parking. The meeting will be held at Work INC. at 25 Beach St., For more info, contact Stephen Harvey with the BPDA at 617-918-4418 or Stephen.j.harvey@boston.gov.

The Boston Parks Winter Fitness Series

From snowshoeing to Zumba, enjoy free fitness classes all cross the city!  Get the schedule and class descriptions here! 

Sip, Watch & Dine

On Saturday, January 11th, 6pm Caffe Zia Gianna is hosting its second cooking demo class!  Nino will cook dinner for you, in front of you, showing how to make three recipes while you sip your drink and watch. When food is ready everyone sits down at the table and enjoys dinner together in a traditional Sicilian style. Cooking class and dinner is $65. Call 617-436-2368 to make a reservation.

 

 

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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.