The ProShop features state-of-the-art fixtures including a floor-to-ceiling jersey wall offering the largest selection of Bruins jerseys in the city. | Photo provided by The Boston Bruins
Hockey season is in full swing, and the Boston Bruins are dominating. To celebrate New England’s favorite hockey team, the ProShop, powered by ’47, (located at The Hub on Causeway, 84 Causeway St.) will be having its biggestsale of the year this Fri., Nov. 25 (Black Friday).
Here’s how to grab the best deals of the season in the store:
From 8-9 a.m., shoppers can score 30% off storewide.**
From 9-10 a.m., shoppers can snag 20% off storewide.**
Have a Bruins diehard in the family and want to get ahead on holiday shopping? (Same.) Here’s what we’re adding to our carton Friday:
BOStoday Sales Executive Peter’s top pick for merch is the new Reverse Retro Jersey ft. a throwback design to the Bruins’ original 1995 gold third jersey.
City Editor Sara plans on grabbing a Bruins Coozie Mitt for her dad. No cold hands here.
This content was created in partnership with the Boston Bruins and written by Rachel Taylor-Northam.*
**Disclaimer: Some exclusions may apply. To receive the discount, you must enter the store hours during the promotional period and receive a wristband. The wristband allows you to redeem the percentage off anytime before 12 p.m. on Fri., Nov. 25.
Sam Adams Tree Lighting Party | Tuesday, Nov. 22 | 4-7 p.m. | Sam Adams Boston Taproom, 60 State St., Boston | Free | Join the brewery for a Hot Chocolate Stout before catching the Faneuil Hall tree lighting at 6 p.m.
Birds For The Tree | Tuesday, Nov. 22 | 2:30-5:30 p.m. | Boston Public Library - Fields Corner, 1520 Dorchester Ave., Dorchester | Free | Create an ornament to hang on the Fields Corner community holiday tree.
Wednesday, Nov. 23
BAGLY Family Dinner | Wednesday, Nov. 23 | 6-8 p.m. | BAGLY, 28 Court Sq., Boston | Free | Join the Boston Alliance of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Youth for the annual November dinner, open to the community.
Standup Comedy at the Burren | Wednesday, Nov. 23 | 10-11:30 p.m. | The Burren, 247 Elm St., Somerville | Free | The Davis Square Irish pub hosts a mix of comics every Wednesday night.
Friday, Nov. 25
Gingerbread House Party | Friday, Nov. 25 | 10 a.m.-5 p.m. | 75 Chestnut, 75 Chestnut St., Boston | $85-$95 | One of Boston’s warmest holiday traditions includes a gingerbread house and icing, plus a candy assortment to help you decorate.
French Lesson Friday Series | Friday, Nov. 25 | Rochambeau, 900 Boylston St., Boston | Free | The Back Bay restaurant hosts free French lessons, open to the public with registration.
We have amonthly guide filled with events + activities you can plan for in advance. Click the button below to bookmark ideas for upcoming date nights, family outings, and time with friends.
Eat, drink + experience BOS at High Street Place. | Photo provided by High Street Place
Nothing ignites the spirit of the holidays more than a holiday market. Soak up the season’s festivities + support local with unique gifts by local makers at these two free seasonal events at High Street Place:
Small Business Saturday Market, Sat., Nov. 26, 1-5 p.m. Bonus: Cheer on your favorite team at the World Cup Watch Party.
Tale as old as time — the Beauty and the Beast Cocktail Experience is coming to The Merchant at Downtown Crossing in January. Snag tickets here for the 90-minute theatrical party. 🍹
Lala’s Neapolitan-ish Pizzaplans to open a storefront at The Fenway, possibly inside Time Out Market. The wood-fired pizza food truck is based in Somerville. 🍕(Boston Restaurant Talk)
$7 million. That’s how much the city is investing in the child care industry with its Growing the Workforce Fund. The four grant recipients are Bunker Hill Community College, Neighborhood Villages, Urban College + UMass Boston. (Mass Live)
If you’re in need of any last-minute ingredients for Thanksgiving cooking, check out this list of grocery stores open on the holiday. If you leave the cooking up to the professionals, here are some local options for dine-in or takeout service. (Boston.com)
Bostonians have until Wednesday, Nov. 30 to make their voices heard about changes planned for Boston Common. In case you missed it, read up on the master plan for the “People’s Park.”
If you’ve ever wanted to learn curling, try your hand at the winter sport in the Seaport or at the Pelham House Resort in Dennis. The Seaport lanes are open now and the Cape Cod resort’s lanes will open Friday, Nov. 25. 🥌 (Boston Business Journal)
There’s a new public treehouse in Burlington. Located near the town center at Simonds Park, the structure is free to visit and features ramps + wide passageways for accessibility. 🌳 (7 News)
Small Business Saturday is just around the corner — Nov. 26 to be exact. What local businesses will you be supporting + what local deals should we check out? Let us know — we may feature your recommendation in an upcoming newsletter.
Why wait to start shopping this holiday season? Check out our gift guidesfeatured on our online shop Six & Main. Shop for the pet lover, party host, and foodie in your life. There’s something special for everyone. Let the shopping begin. 🛍️
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