Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Lumiere Presents An Evening with Author Paul Greenberg

Together, Chef Michael Leviton and special guest, author Paul Greenberg, will host an exclusive four-course seafood dinner at Lumiére. With fare that includes both Alaskan and Bristol Bay sockeye salmon, among other seasonal accompaniments, guests will enjoy great food and conversation as Greenberg discusses his latest book, American Catch. Tickets for this event are limited. 6:30 p.m. 1293 Washington St., West Newton;

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Sun’s Out, Fun’s Out at Battery Park

With alcohol-infused slushies, sizzling appetizers, and crowd-pleasing games like cornhole and oversized Jenga, Battery Park’s patio party is not one to be missed. Celebrating the summer alfresco-style, freshly shucked Island Creek Oysters will be served, as well other seasonal items. Tickets (which include 2 drink tickets) can be purchased at the door for $20. 5-9p.m. 33 Batterymarch St.;

Sunday, July 27, 2014

Baroque Brunch

Returning for its third year, the Handel and Haydn Society present the Baroque Brunch. Stationed at the Fairmont Copley Plaza, WCRB’s Laura Carlo will play host as soprano Teresa Wakim, Concertmaster Aisslinn Nosky, and harpsichordist Ian Watson perform as fabulous food and drink are served. Tickets for this event are $75. 11 a.m. 138 St. James St Ave.;

5th Annual Run and Ride at CambridgeSide

The 5th annual Run and Ride at CambridgeSide is a family-fun event for children ages 5 to 13. The duathlon run, a combination of running and biking, promotes active heath and fitness for children. The day will consist of prizes, giveaways, entertainment, and a Kayak Fun Race for ages 10 to 13. 100 CambridgeSide Pl., Cambridge, 617-621-8666;

Thursday, July 31, 2014

Design Museum Boston Summer Series

Partnering with Design Museum Boston, Assembly Row is kicking off a unique speaking series that showcases how we connect socially in urban communities. The series touches upon innovative thinking and inspirational examples of urban design through film, social media, and guest speakers. This cultural experience will occur monthly from July through September. 300 Grand Union Blvd., Somerville;

Saturday, August 2, 2014

Ice Cream Weekend at Wilson Farm

Wilson Farm in Lexington will host a two-day ice cream party for the Pan-Mass Challenge. While the cyclists sweat in the sweltering sun, you can support them and stay cool by eating delicious ice cream from places like Bart’s, the Gelato Fiasco, Giovanna’s, and Shaw Farms. All proceeds will go toward Team Wilson Farm, a PMC team in support of Alan Wilson who lost his battle with cancer in 2008. 11 a.m.- 4 p.m., 10 Pleasant St., Lexington, 781-862-3900;

Pet Palooza

SomDog, Somerville’s responsible dog ownership non-profit organization, welcomes all furry friends for a two-day festival for families and individuals that will include pet-centric activities. Dock Dog’s competition, which includes swimming, catching flying Frisbees as well as jumping, is a fan favorite. Come one come all to this pet extravaganza. Be sure to bring your most loyal companions between through August 3. 300 Grand Union Blvd., Somerville;

The Nantucket Music Festival Kicks Off

Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean on Toms Nevers Field, the Nantucket Music Festival will host many renowned and local artists for two days. Saturday’s musical lineup, which will start at NOON and continue through 4 p.m. will include Steel Pulse, Donavan Frankenreiter, Chadwick Stokes, and many more. Evening performances by Chuck Colley and Harrison Roach will begin at 6 p.m. along with along with a VIP dinner. Tom Nevers Field, Nantucket;

Sunday, August 3, 2014

The Nantucket Music Festival Continues

The second day of the Nantucket Music Festival includes a musical lineup of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Crash, Ayla Brown, Guster, and many more. Vendors will be selling artisan crafts, food and drink throughout the day. Daytime performances will begin at NOON and continue through 4 p.m. The festival will culminate with a wrap-up VIP dinner and performance by Grammy award-winner Bruce Hornsby and Coq Au Vin from 6-9 p.m. Doors for the festival open at 10 a.m. Tom Nevers Field, Nantucket;

Monday, August 4, 2014

The Future of Junk Food IV: Breakfast & Boston Legends

For the fourth installment of the renowned pop-up, chefs Samuel Monsour and Mark O’Leary will be teaming up with some of Boston’s best chefs to recreate the most legendary of breakfast junk foods. The funky dining series, presented by Kitchensurfing, will be held at LaBrasa in Somerville. 6 p.m. 124 Broadway, 

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Madewell Derby Street & Madewell Legacy Place Grand Opening Party
Join us as we celebrate Madewell's two new store openings on August 12, 2014. Enjoy sips, treats, and tunes while shopping the latest arrivals. Get a complimentary Bien Fait tote with any purchase, plus, 10% of all proceeds from the evening will benefit Dress for Success Boston. 6-8:30 p.m., Madewell Derby Street Shoppes, 94 Derby St., Hingham; 6-8:30 p.m, Madewell Legacy Place, 524 Legacy Pl., Dedham;

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

OBERON Announces Bridget Everett Returning for One Night Only

Bridget Everett is returning to the heart of Cambridge for a hilarious and outrageous performance. The American Repertory Theater’s second stage and club theater venue is hosting the comedian and actress for one night only. Additional performances for July and August include The Moth, You’re the Expert, and Mortified. 2 Arrow St., Cambridge;

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