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Twelve

DAY TWELVE

WHAT: Antique Dorchester Pottery Works slipware mugs and plates (in business from 1895-1979 and located at 101-105 Victory Rd.)

WHERE: Dark Horse Antiques in Lower Mills

HOW MUCH: $20.00 – $30.00 depending on the piece

FOR: Anyone who wants an authentic piece of Dorchester’s historic arts community

Dorchester Pottery

Eleven

ELEVEN

WHAT: The Gift Of Song…make a donation (in the name of your gift-receiver) to Boston City Singers, whose vision is to provide the highest level of musical training and wide–ranging performance opportunities to young people, to inspire personal development, celebrate diversity and foster goodwill within our city and surrounding towns.

WHERE: BostonCitySingers.org or donate in person at the ‘Dorchester Winter Stars’ concert (December 16) at the Holy Family Church or the ‘Christmas at Ashmont’ event (December 18) at The Parish of All Saints.

HOW MUCH: Over 85% of the members of Boston City Singers receive financial aid each year, making your generous support so essential! $10, $20 or even $30 can go a long way towards making a difference in a child’s life. Your tax-deductible gift helps to develop our city’s youth – many of whom live in Boston’s at-risk neighborhoods – and support a unique cultural institution.

FOR: Boston City Singers alumnae or anyone who loves music. Maybe make a tradition amongst extended family to choose a non-profit or charity instead of exchanging gifts! Everyone learns about a new organization and no one goes home with another *special* Christmas sweater.

Some of the Boston City Singers

Some of the Boston City Singers

One

Twenty – four days of one-of-a-kind gifts produced, procured or pickled (just kidding — running with the P theme) here in Dorchester.

CAN IT BE DONE? CAN WE DO IT?  We’re up to the challenge and are excited to get out there and shop locally this season for everyone on our list.

DAY ONE

WHAT: Drum roll please! Introducing the newest member of the DottieHottie family: Greta (Mom is Meghann)! Seen here sporting the hottest onesie of the season; Dorchester Bears on Bikes by local artist, Sierra Rothberg.

WHERE: PlanetGoga; Cedar Grove Gardens; Ashmont Cycles

HOW MUCH: $20

FOR: Your favorite Dorchester proud kiddo or adult. Stylish and super soft  t-shirts also available for children and adults!

Newest DottieHottie, Greta, sporting a Dorchester Bears on Bikes onesie by Planet Goga

Newest DottieHottie, Greta, sporting a Dorchester onesie by Goga