Thursday, August 21, 2014

Five Course Champagne Dinner

The Wine Cellar at Mooo invites you to enjoy a five course dinner with champagne by Nicholas Feuillatte. Each course will be expertly paired to menu items such as butter poached Duxbury oyster, shelled and stuffed Maine lobster, and pan seared veal tournedo and black truffle. 6 p.m. 15 Beacon St., 617-670-7525;

Saturday, August 23, 2014

Stephane Wrembel Swings Into MASS MoCA

The MASS MoCA welcomes swing guitarist Stephane Wrembel as part of their Summer of Music series. Wrembel, who wrote the theme song for Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris, blends the sound of hot jazz from the 1930's with a style all his own. 8 p.m. 87 Marshall St., North Adams, 413-662-2111;

Sunday, August 24, 2014

More Movement With Power Couple Brogan and Goldie Graham

A turbo-charged, one-time-only, personality-packed athletic adventure will be led by notable Boston fitness duel couple Brogan and Goldie Graham for a run-yoga creation known as More Movement. Beginning with a 3 mile run, Brogan will lead participants to a special undisclosed location for a DJ-powered yoga session with Goldie. Throughout the event, Essentia Water will provide water and Health Warrior will offer snacks. While tickets are complimentary (available on August 15 at NOON), they are projected to sell out fast. 5 p.m. Dewey Square;

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;

Saturday, August 30, 2014

Wilson Farm's Annual Tomato Festival

Wilson Farm is hosting its annual tomato harvest, which will include cooking demos, presentations, workshops, and tomato tastings. 11 a.m.-4 p.m.. Through August 31. Wilson Farm, 10 Pleasant St., Lexington, 781-862-3900;

Second Annual BerkleeFest

Berklee College of Music and Topnotch Resort present the second annual BerkleeFest featuring some of the biggest up-and-coming musical talent ranging across pop, rock, jazz, Latin, and more. Along with a concert on the Mansfield Overlook lawn, BerkleeFest will feature artist booths, local craft beer, and gourmet food by Topnotch Executive Chef Courtney Quinn. Mansfield Overlook Lawn, 4000 Mountain Rd., Stowe, 802-253-8585;

Friday, September 5, 2014

Oktoberfest Boston Calling Music Festival

Guests at this year’s always popular Boston Calling Music Festival will be able to partake in Samuel Adams Octoberfest as they enjoy tunes from their favorite bands. Ticketholders who are 21+ will be able to sip on seasonal beer and participate in stein-hoisting competitions. Traditional German fare such as warm pretzels and grilled sausages will also be served. Through September 7. One City Hall Sq.;

Saturday, September 6, 2014

The Chocolate Bar at The Langham

Take your taste buds on a trip across the globe as The Langham’s weekly all-you-can-enjoy chocolate buffet returns. As part of the event, there will be over 100 chocolate dessert combinations prepared by Executive Chef Mark Sapienza and Executive Pastry Chef Ryan Pike every Saturday in the hotel’s Café Fleuri restaurant. Desserts include white chocolate and raspberry Eton Mess, Gateau, and more. 250 Franklin St.;

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

"Reverb: New Art from Greece at the Museum of Fine Arts" Exhibit

This fall work from eleven Greek artists will be on display at the exhibition “Reverb: New Art from Greece” in the Barbara and Steven Grossman Gallery. Includes a film screening, conversation with Stefanos Tsivopoulos, who represented Greece at the 2013 Venice Biennale, chats, and more. Through October 18. 465 Huntington Ave.;

Saturday, September 13, 2014

Boston Festival of Indie Games

Enjoy playing video games and board games? Join the Boston Festival of Indie Games for a family-friendly celebration with local game developers. Keynote speakers include industry members Ashly Burch and Sarah Elmaleh. Admission is $10 for those 11 and above. MIT Johnson Athletic Center, 120 Vassar St., 

Sunday, September 14, 2014

MassArt Wearable Art 2014 Exhibit and Runway Show

To showcase the ingenuity of its students, MassArt presents "Wearable Art," a collection of clothing designed by a variety of unconventional materials. The exhibit, held at Copley Place, will culminate with a runway show at center court on October 8. Exhibit through October 5. 100 Huntington Ave.;

5th Annual Boston Local Food Fest

Set on the Rose Kennedy Greenway, the Boston Local Food Festival transforms the area into one of the largest local and sustainable food hubs. The festival showcases local restaurants, farmers, and specialty food producers. Attendees can watch chef demos, participate in do-it-yourself stages, listen to music, and join in the family fun zone. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Rose Kennedy Greenway;

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

6th Annual “Oyster Festival” at Legal Sea Foods

Legal Sea Foods venues in the area will be featuring a series of changing in-restaurant specials when its annual Oyster Festival returns this fall. Selections include oyster stew, fried oysters, bacon wrapped oysters, and more. Special events will also be held at various locations. Through October 14.

Sunday, September 21, 2014

The Boston Cup at Boston Common

The third annual Boston Cup will display 100 vehicles by country of origin, including classics from Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz, Aston-Martin, Ford, and Packard. Come celebrate the finest in the automotive industry in the country’s oldest public park. Select manufacturers will be on site to showcase their latest offerings. 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Boston Common, Tremont St. & Winter St.;

Hub on Wheels City Ride

Presented by Mayor Martin J. Walsh and TD Bank, the 10th annual Hub on Wheels ride will draw cycling enthusiasts throughout the Boston area to enjoy all that the city has to offer... on wheels. Riders can choose from 10, 30, or 50 mile route options with breaks at Arnold Arboretum, Codman Square, and Carson Beach. 6:30 a.m. 1 City Hall Ave., Boston;

Thursday, September 25, 2014

ArtWeek Boston

A collaboration of organizations and partners in the Boston area, ArtWeek hosts a variety of artistic events and experiences. Events for all audiences will be available including a live jazz party, a wearable art extravaganza, and movie screenings. Through October 5. Locations will vary;

A Night with Ireland's "Chef of the People" Kevin Dundon

Ireland’s award-winning chef and star of the popular television series, Modern Irish Food, Kevin Dundon is visiting Clarke, New England’s official Sub-Zero & Wolf showroom and test kitchen. Dundon will share his culinary talent and secrets through various cooking demonstrations of many of his signature dishes. He will also be available to sign his latest cookbook. 6:00-8:30 p.m. 393 Fortune Blvd. Milford;

Saturday, October 11, 2014

"Someone Else’s Country" at The Peabody Essex Museum

Nearly 50 works by Jo Ractliffe will be on display at the Peabody Essex Museum, showcasing his four-year quest to capture Angola in the aftermath of its civil war. Admission to the exhibit is $18 for adults, $15 for seniors, and $10 for students. Through spring 2015. 161 Essex St., Salem;

Lee Boroson Presents Plastic Fantastic

New York-based artist Lee Boronson presents his immersive installation, "Plastic Fantastic," exploring the elemental and ephemeral in landscapes. The exhibition will be displayed in MASS MoCA’s largest gallery with an opening reception held from 4-6 p.m. 1040 MASS MoCA Way, North Adams;

Monday, October 13, 2014

Open Creamery Day in Maine

This Columbus Day weekend, a day filled with creaminess, crackers, and delicious spreads is upon us. For an escape from the city during New England’s favorite month, Maine’s Open Creamery Day is a great addition to your autumn bucket list. Around 15-20 creameries throughout Maine open their doors to the public where spectators can view cheese kitchens, meet the animals of the farm, learn the process of cheese making, and, of course, try samples. Creameries surrounding Portland;

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