2 min readBy Published On: September 30th, 2018Categories: See and Do0 Comments on Week of October 1st

Be informed. Get involved. On Tuesday, October 2 at 6:30pm the Boston Planning and Development Agency will host a community meeting about the project proposed at 500 Talbot Avenue. The meeting will take place at All Saints Church, 209 Ashmont St., Dorchester. JPA Development Co. Inc. has proposed a five-story, mixed-use development totaling approximately 49,500 square feet. The proposed project will have forty (40) units which includes five (5) IDP Units (affordable), 3,000 square feet of ground floor retail space, and 1,815 square feet of church related space. In addition, the development will have twenty-three (23) off-street parking spaces.  For more information visit here! 

Explore and learn! It’s Nature Time at Blue Hills! Introduce your preschool aged child to nature with this fun program. Programs may feature a story, nature games, crafts, short walks outside or meeting one of the museum’s animal residents. Meet, play and learn with other area families. Today’s theme is “Bird Migration.” Discover how birds migrate without getting lost! Perfect for Preschoolers (Ages 3 -6) Members: Adult $3.00, Child $6.00; Nonmembers: Adult $6.00, Child $9.00  For more information visit here! 

Gorgeous Hair at Ulta Beauty! Your hair is your crowning glory, so give it a little TLC! Ultra Beauty at South Bay is featuring a Gorgeous Hair event through October 20th where you can buy one get one 50% off some of your favorite products! Also save on styling tools like brushes, blow dryers and flat irons! You can check out the details here! 

Cook for a cause! It’s the 21st Annual men of Boston Cook for Women’s Health presented by Codman Square Health Center on Thursday, October 4th from 6pm-9pm. This fundraising event helps raise fund and awareness to improve women’s health in our community! Each year more than 800 supporters gather under the Gala Tent at 637 Washington St. to enjoy tasty bites from Boston restaurants, served by local celebrity male chefs from Boston’s business, political, entertainment, sports and hospitality worlds! For more information visit here! 

Food & Wine! It’s the 12th Annual Boston Winery Pig Roast! This festival features food, wine, music and more! There will be fresh pasta, salad, artisanal breads, and of course Chef Gianni Caruso’s porquetta, as well as a complimentary drink ticket! DJ Steve Clark will be spinning the tunes! This deliciously fun event take place on Sunday, October 7th from 12pm-4pm.  Tickets are $50 and can be purchased here!

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