holiday


The Growing Center’s Annual Holiday Wreath Sale Fundraiser

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.


3rd Annual Ice Sculpture Stroll

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 […]



E-Som Holiday Market – November

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 […]


October SomerStreets: Monster Mashed-Up

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 & […]


Aer O’Naut Presents: For the Love of Ireland

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 […]


Fresh Bites For Your Holiday Feast

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 […]