Bow Market will be hosting the 4th annual Maccabee Bar and this year the whole market is in on the fun. The main area will be in the upstairs Variety Bar space. Walk-ins are welcome. Reservations for tables are highly recommended.
Back for its second season, The Rink at 401 Park, presented by REI, gives family and friends, neighbors and colleagues, a spot to get outside and stay active all winter long. The center point between Time Out Market and Trillium Fenway, The Rink adds entertainment to the already lively neighborhood.
deCordova’s trained guides offer a one-hour tour of sculptures in the park. Each tour is a lively conversation about artist, process, materials, and deCordova’s rich history. After your tour, the group will return to an outdoor courtyard for a local beer and artisanal snack.
This spot tucked into Fort Point on Melcher Street offers 14 olympic ping pong tables available for use by walk-in or reserving ahead. Enjoy drinks and food from their full bar and restaurant.
As we head back inside after a summer exploring outdoors and the world around us, The Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, Massachusetts showcases eleven photographers’ presenting solo exhibitions under the overarching idea of “Home”.
The carnage commences with horror’s most audacious follow-up, Halloween III: Season of the Witch, introduced by Howarth. The shocks continue with history's very first horror sequel, The Bride of Frankenstein! From there, you’ll spend all night with some of the greatest, underrated, overlooked, and misunderstood continuations in the history of the genre. Seven sequels in all to keep you scared from midnight until noon on All Hallows Eve!
Meet your neighbors (and your neighbors’ pets!) for an afternoon of animal-friendly Halloween fun. Dress your pet in their Halloween best for a chance to win a prize. Take home an animal portrait or caricature. And enjoy complimentary snacks provided by local businesses (including special treats for furry friends) with beer and wine available for purchase.
Every Sunday gain free access to one or all of Harvard's Art Museums, the Fogg Museum, Busch-Reisinger Museum, and the Arthur M. Sackler Museum.
Throughout the month of October cruises run daily to and from Salem. Enjoy all of the Halloween activities during Haunted Happenings. In less than an hour, arrive in the center of Salem - no worries about traffic or parking.
Calling all dog lovers to the 4th Annual Harpoon Dogtoberfest! Stretch those legs with a 1-mile fun run/walk with your pup, then join our “barking lot” party with the freshest Harpoon beer, food trucks and music. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Kenary Brain Tumor Research Fund at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute as well as the MSPCA.
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