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ASCA Annual Holiday Party

ASCA Annual Holiday Party

We’re happy to announce the 2013 edition of the Andrew Square Civic Association’s Annual Holiday Party. Please join us Tuesday, December 10th at 6:30 pm at Barlow’s Restaurant. 2013 South Boston Holiday Party

A Thanksgiving Tradition Continues in South Boston

A Thanksgiving Tradition Continues in South Boston

By: Patrick Rosso Source: Boston.com Date: November 23, 2012 View Original In a true showing of South Boston spirit, hundreds of volunteers were up bright and early Thursday morning preparing a feast for the neighborhood’s less fortunate. The annual Thanksgiving event, held in the basement of the St. Monica’s Church on Old Colony Avenue is now in its 32nd year. But it almost didn’t happen this year. Frank Kelly, a parishioner of St. Monica, and Father Tom McDonald, had organized the event for the past 31 years. Kelly, however, announced a couple of weeks ago that the annual event wouldn’t … Continue reading

“Good People”

“Good People”

LIMITED SEATS LEFT FOR GOOD PEOPLE! Join us for a special evening this THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20th at the Huntington Theatre. Don’t miss this Broadway hit based on South Boston!  $35.00 for performance only (7:30 show)                $100.00 for performance and post celebration at Symphony Hall            (complimentary refreshments – beer, wine, coffee, desserts & cheeses) To purchase tickets call Pattie McCormick at 617.516.5442. Net proceeds from the evening benefit the South Boston Boys & Girls Club Arts Department

Check Out Our New Look

Check Out Our New Look

Welcome to andrewsquare.org! The official website of the Andrew Square Civic Association. Whether you were born and raised in South Boston, or just moved in, we hope you will use this site as a resource to connect with our city, our Square, and our group. Andrew Square has a long and rich history behind it, as well as a bright and vibrant future ahead. We know that as this area grows, we must make an effort to improve the quality of life for all of our residents, work together to solve common issues, and retain the charming culture that … Continue reading