3.9 min readBy Published On: September 27th, 2018Categories: See and Do0 Comments on Weekend Picks – September 28th

Back by popular demand at Ashmont Grill! Pork Ramen made with smoked pork shoulder, poor is broth, sweet corn, house kimchi, 6 minute egg and egg noodles! Perfect

Order up a Harvey Wallbanger or a Tom Collins! Blend is going back to the 70’s with a Saturday Night Fever Saturday on Saturday, September 29th! It’s Luis’ Disco Birthday Bash with DJ Stevie Psyclone! All disco and retro videos all night! No cover! 10pm-2pm. Tito’s Prize Giveaway to first 50 people!

The Cue is hosting a special trunk show featuring local jewelry designer Sara Marie Jewelry on Saturday, September29th 2-4pm. Stop by and shop local!

80s Night is September 29th at 8pm. DJ Kaz will be at the Polish American Club‘s downstairs bar spinning all the best hits from the 80s. Bring your friends and enjoy a fun night out…without breaking the bank. Admission is free and drinks are always affordable…it’s the PC, after all!

Get crafty! Learn how to use that sewing machine collecting dust in your basement or knit that sweater you’ve been dreaming about. The Stitch House is not only a fully stocked yarn shop, but it also offers classes for all the fiber arts including crochet, sewing, and quilting. The Stitch House staff of expert instructors, are not only talented but they are patient and hands on. For a full list of classes including weekly socials visit here!

The Murphy School Parent Council has organized a School Yard Social complete with music, appetizers, pumpkin beer, wine, cocktails and raffles!  The fun takes place on Friday, September 28th from 5pm-7pm.  A brand new mural will also be unveiled!  Tickets are $20 and are available at the gate!  This event is 21+ and will take place rain or shine.  All proceeds will support parent council funded projects!

The Patriots face the Dolphins on Sunday at 1pm. Head to Lucy’s American Tavern for brunch and feast on a stack of funfetti pancakes or eggs benny then stick around for the game. Don’t forget about the adult iced coffees!

Listen to the music! The Boston Pops will perform a special free concert in Franklin Park on Sunday, September 30 at 3 p.m. After the concert enjoy a community arts festival with family-friendly activities presented by many of local institutions and arts organizations. There will be an interactive mural, instrument playground, crafts, photo booth, live animal demonstrations, and more! The outdoor concert marks the second year in a row for this free outdoor concert at The Playstead at Franklin Park, 25 Pierpont Road.  The festival also includes local food vendors.

Discover Moakley! Mayor Martin J. Walsh invites residents and visitors of all ages to “Discover Moakley” with a family festival on Saturday, September 29, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. followed by an outdoor movie at 7 p.m. along with more activities highlighting this popular park located along the beaches in South Boston. “Discover Moakley” will be a full day of fun with food, beach games, skateboarding, a screening of “The Goonies,” and more. This event is free to the public and family friendly. Explore new recreational activities, learn about resilient landscapes, and discover the potential for Moakley Park . Learn about what is being done to make Moakley Park accessible to all of Boston, while enjoying the festivities at the same time. The event is hosted by the Boston’s Parks and Recreation and Greenovate Boston, Save the Harbor/Save the Bay, Boston Harbor Now, The Trust for Public Land, and the MA Department of Conservation and Recreation.

Take in the animals at the Franklin Park Zoo on Saturday, September 29th. Meet a few of your favorite princesses and join Jack and the Pirates of the Rogues’ Armada as they invade the Zoo on between 11am-3pm. Meet and pose for photos with the princesses and learn how you can be a pirate under the instruction of Captain Jack and his crew. There will also be crafts, special animal encounters and an education station. Kids are encouraged to come dressed in their favorite fairy tale outfit! Free with admission to the zoo! For more details visit here! 

How’d ya like them apples? It’s that time of year again. The kids are back in school. The air is just crisp enough to put on your favorite sweater and the urge to head out to the country and pick apples is overwhelming. So venture out of Dorchester this weekend and pick yourself a bushel and peck of farm fresh apples. Here are some spots that we like!

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