September 29, 2017
October 12, 2017
September 4, 2017
Join Boston-based, Own The Boardroom and Whole U. for an afternoon of networking, professional headshots and optimizing your LinkedIn profile. Event is from 1-5pm, for tickets and more information click here. Microsoft Store, 800 Boylston St., #27
Bloomingdale’s and Spiritual Gangster have teamed up to bring you a morning yoga class. The class will be taught by Pam Teves and will benefit The Carey Foundation and the Marisa Acocella Marchetto Foundation. For more information click here. Bloomingdale's, 225 Boylston St.; Chestnut Hill
Join Share Our Strength in an exclusive multi-course dinner event to benefit ending childhood hunger in America. The dinner will feature an evening of nationally renowned chefs cooking tableside for guests. There will be a cocktail reception and a live auction, hosted by NESN-TV’s Dining Playbook, Jenny Johnson. For more information click here. Cyclorama at Boston Center for the Arts; 539 Tremont Street
Take a trip through the mind of award-winning architect and author Gil Schafer as he speaks at the Boston Design Market. Schafer will take the audience through his firm's most recent projects from across the country and explain how he brings each of his projects life. Click here for more information. Boston Design Center; 1 Design Center Place
As new technologies are introduced everyday business need innovate to stay ahead of the competition. Join Boston Design Center for a panel discussion featuring innovators who crafted solutions that kept their businesses relevant during changing times. The panel will be followed by a reception at Waterworks’ new Boston showroom. For more information, click here. Boston Design Center; 1 Design Center Place
On October 12, take part in the Giving back Panel discussion at the Boston Design Center to salute industry professionals who are making a difference. The panel features leaders from local businesses and will discuss how their business’s growth can impact other. For more information, click here. Boston Design Center, 1 Design Center Place
Who decides what’s trending? Can you predict what is going to be a trend in the future? Join a panel of leaders of different industries as they discuss how their techniques for staying ahead of the curve. The discussion will explore trend forecasting through design, culture, and cuisine. For more information, click here. Boston Design Center; 1 Design Center Place
World famous contemporary mixed-media artist, James Verbicky celebrates his first solo exhibition with DTR Modern debuting all new original works created exclusively for the gallery. The collection includes Verbicky’s iconic “media paintings” with their signature sculptural surfaces alongside his highly sought-after paintings on canvas. The new collection will be on view through November 24. For information call 617.424.9700 or email email@example.com. DTR Modern Galleries, 167 Newbury St.; dtrmodern.com
Join the Museum of Fine Arts as they kick off this season’s MFA Late Nites. From 8 pm to 2 am guests will party the night away with activities everyone can enjoy. On top of getting a sneak preview of the newest exhibit, Takashi Murakami: Lineage of Eccentrics, there will be food and drinks selections from Boston’s best chefs, a dance floor with DJs spinning all night long, and much much more. For more information click here. Museum of Fine Arts; 465 Huntington Avenue
The MassGeneral Hospital for Children will celebrate its 18th annual Storybook Ball with another evening of food, fun, and philanthropy. For one night, the Castle at Park Plaza will be transformed into a scene from a children’s story with previous themes ranging from Winnie the Pooh to Batman. Guests will enjoy food and drinks with the opportunity to bid on exclusive food and travel deals with all proceeds supporting pediatric care at MGHfC. Click here for more information. The Castle; 130 Columbus Avenue
World-renowned chef and restaurateur Michael Schlow has teamed up with Eataly Boston for the second time to open their latest collaborative restaurant, Da Nord a Sud. The pop-up will run for two months but for one night only you can join Chef Michael Schlow for an intimate dining experience, crafted by the man himself. Learn from Chef Schlow as he prepares a three-course dinner and shares his favorite recipes, tips, and tricks for creating the perfect meal. Each course will be paired with complimentary wines, selected by one of Eataly’s in-house sommeliers. For more information click here. La Scuola; 800 Boylston Street
Explore the finest selections from the world’s most prestigious watch brands. Receive a special complimentary gift with your watch purchase during the event. Friday, October 20 through Sunday, October 22 from 10am-6pm. Tourneau Copley Place, 100 Huntington Ave.; tourneau.com
Join Ensemble Boutique to celebrate the opening of their newest location in the North End. This new larger location will be the North Ends one-stop shop for everything from home design, to fashion, to fancy coffee table books. At their official launch party, guests will enjoy drinks and music provided by Berklee College of Music while browsing Ensemble’s brand new show floor. For more information, click here. No formal RSVP required, event runs from 6-9 p.m. Ensemble Boutique; 2H Baldwin Street
Just in time for Halloween comes this highly-anticipated charity masquerade benefitting cancer research. From partners Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Jimmy Fund, this chic evening will feature a fabulous dinner and cocktail hour. Cocktail attire. Masks encouraged. For more information, click here. Mandarin Oriental Hotel, 776 Boylston St.
Celebrate the changing of the seasons at Bar Boulud with a five-course wine dinner inspired by the fall. Chef De Cuisine Michael Denk and Pastry Chef Robert Differ have crafted a menu of autumn-inspired dishes and local delicacies, all paired with pours from renowned winery Maison Trimbach Estates. Click here for more information. Bar Boulud, 776 Boylston Street
The first annual New England Cider week will be hosted in Boston. Restaurants, bars, and cider makers will come together to celebrate the rich traditions and forward looking ideals in Heritage Cider production. Born of Founder Jackson Cannon's twin loves of great ciders and good times NECW spotlights the makers of some of New England's most beloved fermentations in a variety of epic parties and educational opportunities. This event runs through October 30, for more details visit neciderweek.com.
Don’t miss out on a special four-plus-course wine dinner at Legal Sea Foods' hosted by Winemaker, Rodrigo Soto from Ritual Winery. The world-class wines are a true reflection of the Casablanca Valley in Chile. For more information click here or call 617-530-9397. Legal Sea Foods; 26 Park Plaza
Join Make-A-Wish Massachusetts and Rhode Island for a night of food, fun, and drinks at their fifth annual Wine and Wishes event. Guests will enjoy a tasting of fine wines and whiskeys paired with a selection of gourmet foods. The night will feature a live auction and raffle with all proceeds benefiting the organization. For more information click here. The University of Massachusetts Club; One Beacon St 32nd Floor
Take a trip back in time and party like it’s Halloween 1983 at the Kimpton Marlowe Hotel for a party straight out of Netflix’s hit series Stranger Things. Come see the courtyard transform into the scene straight from the series and dance the night away with DJ Kupah James spinning the hottest throwbacks. The party includes a food and bar menu inspired by the show with a dangerously delicious Demogorgon cocktail by Ghost Tequila. For more information click here. Kimpton Hotel Marlowe; 25 Edwin H Land Boulevard
The Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation New England Chapter is proud to host this year’s Fete of Food & Wine for a night of luxurious food, wine, and fun. For the first time, the evening will be held at The Museum of Fine Arts where guests will enjoy live and silent auctions, dancing, and decadent desserts. This year commemorates the 50th anniversary of the founding of Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation and all proceeds will benefit their organization. Click here for more information. Museum of Fine Arts; 465 Huntington Avenue
Bring you and your pup to the Seaport Hotel to compete for prizes at the Howl-o-ween Costume Party. Dogs and owners will dress up and aand have the chance to wine in three categories which include; best dog costume, best owner costume, and best ensemble for pup and owner. The party will feature speical cocktails and your four-legged friends will be treated to homemade organic snacks from hotel's culinary team. For more information click here. Seaport Boston Hotel; One Seaport Lane
At Ensemble Boston’s new location in the North End, authors Alex Prud’homme and Kate Pratt will showcase their newest book, France Is A Feast: The Photographic Journey of Paul and Julia Child. Julia Child is the mother of French cooking in America and this book shows never before seen images of Julia and husband Paul during their time in France. With hundreds of photos and personal stories, see how the Childs fell in love with Paris and how it shaped the rest of their lives. For more information, click here. Ensemble Boutique; 2H Baldwin Street
New England Patriots Head Coach Bill Belichick and Linda Holliday will host the fourth annual Bill Belichick Foundation Hall of Fame Huddle, featuring ESPN’s Chris Berman. Funds raised at the event will benefit the organization in its mission to support student athletes and athletic programs in need. For more details click here. Seaport Hotel and World Trade Center; 1 Seaport Lane
Major League Baseball Hall of Fame pitcher Pedro Martinez, his wife Carolina, and Red Sox players welcome you to the Second Annual Pedro Martinez Charity Gala. The event will raise funds to to benefit thousands of children and families in the United States and the Dominican Republic, as well as victims of Hurricane Irma. Enjoy a wonderful three course dinner, silent auction, and many other fun activities. For more information, click here. Colonnade Hotel, 120 Huntington Ave.
Join Red Sox Hall-of-Famer Pedro Martinez as he flies into Boston for a one night only charity gala. At the Colonnade Hotel guests will enjoy a three-course dinner, silent auction, and other activities with all proceeds benefiting the people affected by Hurricanes Irma and Maria across the Caribbean. For more information, click here. Colonnade Hotel; 120 Huntington Avenue
Joslin Diabetes Center will host its annual High Hopes Gala. The event will be emceed by NBC Boston anchor J.C. Monahan and the evening will feature special guest Jason Varitek, live entertainment, and live auction led by Billy Costa. Click here for more details. Westin Copley Place Hotel; 10 Huntington Avenue
There’s no better tailgate than the Lovin' Spoonfuls Ultimate Tailgate Party at the scenic Boston Harbor. Hosted by celebrity chef Andrew Zimmern, guests will enjoy foods from over 20 of Boston's hottest restaurants, cocktails and seasonal beers from Peak Organic Brewery, and wine and champagnes from M.S. Walker. The party also features a silent auction of one-of-a-kind food and travel experiences with all proceeds benefiting Lovin’ Spoonfuls. For more information click here. Flynn Cruisport Boston, 1 Black Falcon Avenue
Join honorary chairs former Governor Deval Patrick and his wife Diane, event chair Richard D. Glovsky, and the honorable Patrick J. Kennedy to celebrate Judge Baker Children’s Center 100 years of helping children and families. Guests will be treated to a menu curated by honorary Chef Jeremy Sewall, award-winning Chef and Co-Owner of Island Creek Oyster Bar, Row 34, Les Sablons and collaborating Chef of Eastern Standard. For more information click here. Boston Symphony Hall; 301 Massachusetts Avenue
Denis Leary is back again to host Comics Come Home with another all-star team of some of the most talented stand up comedians in America. On November 18, TD Garden will be filled with nearly 13,000 people ready for an unforgettable night of comedy with all proceeds benefitting The Cam Neely Foundation for Cancer Care. The lineup this year includes Jimmy Fallon, Craig Ferguson, Jim Gaffigan, Jeffrey Ross, and many others. For more information, click here. TD Garden
This Thanksgiving switch up your usual tradition and take part in a 5k for a good cause. Join over 1,000 runners from all over Boston for the 20th annual Boston Volvo Village Thanksgiving 5k Road Race with all proceeds benefitting the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. The race starts at the Boston Volvo Village and winds through the streets of Brighton on a route that will help work off all the food you ate at your Thanksgiving feast. For more information, click here.