Somerville Community Chorus Holiday Concert Lux Aeterna – The Rutter Requiem and Holiday Favorites
Pre-order a beautiful, hand-decorated wreath to adorn your door for the holidays and help support programming and maintenance at the Growing Center. Pre-order information will be available in advance of the sale on the Growing Center website: www.thegrowingcenter.org Pick-up at the Winter Farmers Market at the Arts at the Armory on Saturday, December 7.
Guests will follow a map to discover sculptures and treats throughout Assembly Row, enjoying music, giveaways and a holiday memento when the map is complete. The American Cancer Society will be accepting donations for the Hope Lodge which offers cancer patients a free place to stay during their treatment. Participants are encouraged to bring $5 […]
Lil Indian Productions presents an evening of storytelling and songs featuring local talents Julie Rhodes, Abbie Barrett, and Josh Buckley. Gather round to say thanks this holiday season.
We’re kicking off the holiday season with our next E-Som Market on Tuesday November 19! Our friends from Privateer Rum will be back, with Ryan Lotz breaking out of the Shore Leave #rumdungeon to serve up the cocktails for the night. Come support your local makers and take care of all of your holiday shopping […]
Join the City of Somerville and the Somerville Arts Council for “Monster Mashed-Up”, the October (and final) installment of the City’s SomerStreets festival. See you there on Sunday, October 20th (rain date Oct 27), from 2pm to 6 p.m. on Somerville Ave. from Union Square (Hawkins St.) to Park St! This event is FREE & […]
It’s Boston’s favorite time of year – St. Patrick’s Day is on the rolling green horizon and Aer O’Naut is ready to celebrate with you! What do we have prepared for you? ??Live Irish Music All Weekend: Lidia Chang’s Traditional Irish Trio ??Screening of the Ireland vs. Wales Rugby match (Saturday afternoon) ??Stellar beers: Get […]
The holidays are upon us, and that invariably means traditions—especially when it comes to the dinner table. And tradition is, well, traditional. Maybe even … predictable. Now, don’t get us wrong—we like tried-and-true family recipes as much as you do, and nobody’s suggesting that it’s time to retire your great aunt’s legendary crab dip. But […]