Saturday, February 20th
- Walking Tour of Gore Place – Take a guided tour of the historic grounds at Gore Place. Walk the grounds of the estate and learn the history of Gore Place as a country seat and working farm of the early 1800s. The tour lasts about 45 minutes. A wealthy Boston couple, Christopher Gore and his wife Rebecca developed their estate in Waltham over several decades. Gore called it “My Farm at Waltham.” Gore was a founding member of the Massachusetts Society for Promoting Agriculture (est. 1792) and was innovative in his methods of farming.
- Coffee 101 – Lamplighter is excited to sit down (virtually) to share any and all of their coffee knowledge with you. Learn how to better taste coffee, how to create ideal brewing conditions at home, why different regions and roasting produce different flavors—all from our Pepita Coffee Co. (and Blue Bottle and Darwin's trained) café manager! One order includes the following for two people: samples of two types of cold brewed coffee; samples of three types of coffee beans; samples of different grind; a pastry basket.
Sunday, February 21st
- Grocery Delivery with Project Restore Us – For each weekend in February, serving four community organizations---Boston Community Pediatrics, Friends of the Children - Boston, VietAID, and Project R.I.G.H.T. Inc.---and their 625 households, with as much as 100 lb. per load. Individual boxes will be a maximum of 55 lb. All deliveries will be contactless, and all volunteers must wear masks.
- Smorgasbord & Lamplighter Brunch Kits– Here’s how it works: Pre-order now, for pickup at the brewery on Sunday anytime between 11 am - 4 pm. Everything comes ready to assemble and enjoy as you please! This menu is intended for brunch, or lunch, or all-day snacking.