SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5TH
- South End Holiday Stroll – South End Business Alliance (SEBA) and South End Local have partnered to create a "multi-date" 2020 Holiday Stroll. We warmly invite all South End businesses to participate! Open your doors to visitors in strict adherence to state guidelines, and remember, mask-wearing and social distancing are required. Shop at a distance, wear a mask & have some fun. Your local businesses appreciate your support more than ever! Check individual businesses for specials, events & special hours. For our dog lovers, Unit will be giving away free poop bags from our office's garage door on Thursday and Friday from 10-5! Our garage door is located at 64 Plympton St, Boston.
- SoWa Winter Pop-up – Miss shopping at the SoWa Open Market? We're excited to team up with your favorite local female artists + makers this holiday season! For 6 weeks, there will be a holiday pop up shop located directly across the street from Wyllo's main boutique where you can shop locally made goods.
- Popportunity – 40+ local entrepreneurs, artists, makers, and community members will be popping up, safely outside, to share and sell their work. 20 rotating vendors will be located inside the Starlight Stage, and another 15 will take over small temporary storefronts just outside the stage space.
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6TH
- Rebel Rebel Wine Class – Rebel Rebel is excited to have Matthew and Danielle on for this class! We'll be meeting our makers, talking about the Forlorn Hope wine philosophy, what's coming up for the future, what inspires them, and so much more. We'll also be tasting through two of their wines and learning all about how they're made. There'll be plenty of time for Q&A—this is an excellent opportunity to learn more about the people behind the wine in your glass.
- Coolidge Education: Roger Corman – This course will look closely at the history and legacy of the Corman School through five movies released during that New World era, separating the myths from the (supposed) facts in the hopes that we might reach a realer understanding of the immense effect that Corman’s exploitation-film model had on American cinema during the second half of the 20th century.