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The 7th annual Harpoon Shamrock Splash to benefit Save the Harbor/Save the Bay will be held on Sunday, March 11, 2018, at the BCYF Curley Community Center at M Street Beach in South Boston. This year, Save the Harbor plans to raise more than $50,000 to support free beach events and programs on the region's public beaches from Nahant to Nantasket. For just $25, participants can enjoy refreshing Harpoon beer, tasty treats, a terrific beach party and a chance to win round trip flights from JetBlue, terrific swag from Harpoon and other great prizes for best costume and biggest fundraiser. "There is simply no better way to celebrate the end of winter than with a quick dip in the cool clean water of Boston Harbor followed by a refreshing Harpoon and burgers on the beach with your friends" said Save the Harbor/Save the Bay's spokesman Bruce Berman, who has splashed each year since the event began. "Sure, you will be cold for a few minutes but the warm feeling you get from raising funds for a great cause will last all year long." The Harpoon Shamrock Splash began in 2011 to jump start free events and activities on the region's public beaches from Nahant to Nantasket. In 2017, the Harpoon Shamrock Splash raised more than $55,000 to support nearly 100 free concerts, beach festivals, sand raking competitions, and circus performances in Lynn, Nahant, Revere, Winthrop, East Boston, South Boston, Dorchester, Quincy and Hull. "We're grateful for the fact that we get to do what we do - make great beer - because of the support of our friends and neighbors. So when we have a chance to return the favor, especially with a group like Save the Harbor/Save the Bay, we're happy to do so." said Harpoon Brewery President Charlie Storey. "I'm not as happy about jumping in the frigid water - but, as Bruce says, the cause (not to mention the food and beers!) make it all worth it!" Save the Harbor plans to top last year's record and raise $60,000 to support free events and programs on the region's public beaches this year. Register online before the event at www.shamrocksplash.org for just $20, or register on the day of for $25. Registration includes a beer, a burger, a Harpoon Koozie, and the chance to win round-trip flights on JetBlue for best costumes and biggest fundraisers.* So start a team, invite your friends to join, and help Save the Harbor make a big splash on the beach in 2018.
Snowstorm predicted for Saturday night into Sunday - 3-6 inches - so I was really premature with the daffodils. Winter is going to stick around for awhile unfortunately.
#tbt to our last Run of the Mills, Rainbow Collapse with Jared Williams and Anya Smolnikova. This collaborative installation imagined the world that might grow after a full societal and environmental collapse.
Leaders of the Massachusetts Alliance for Supportive Housing gathered for a morning of discussion surrounding one of Massachusetts' most successful initiatives to reduce chronic individual homelessness. Thank you to our partners Santander Bank US, Massachusetts Housing & Shelter Alliance, CSH, Pine Street Inn, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
It is YOU... our donors, community members and artists that make it possible for Boston Center for the Arts to present great works of art that unite communities and spark dialogue, to amplify the voices of Boston’s artists and connect audiences to the people and work that make our city so extraordinary. Thank you.
Just a reminder - the February ASCA meeting is tonight at 6:30 at Washington Village. Happy Valentine's Day everyone ~
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BU Cinemateque at 640 Commonwealth Avenue in Boston, MA
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At the Special Exhibitions Gallery, Harvard Art Museums, 32 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA, through June 3
Emerson Urban Arts: Media Art Gallery, 120 Boylston Street, Boston, MA
An Education in Prudence by Stefan Lanfer. Directed by Pascale Florestal. Staged by the Open Theatre Project at St. John’s Church, 1 Roanoke Avenue, Jamaica Plain, MA, through February 24.
Nomad Americana by Kira Rockwell. Directed by Damon Krometis. Staged by Fresh Ink at the Boston Playwrights’ Theatre, 949 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA, through February 17.
...Bard and the human spirit, in the mode of Shakespeare in Love, perhaps. “Set in 1942 Providence, the play follows the women of the fictional Oberon Playhouse, who endeavor to continue with...
for colored girls who have considered suicide / when the rainbow is enuf by Ntozake Shange. Directed by Dayenne CB Walters. Staged by Praxis Stage at Hibernian Hall, 184 Dudley Street, Boston, MA, February 15 through 26.
Virginia Woolf’s Orlando, adapted by Sarah Ruhl. Directed by A.Nora Long. Staged by the Lyric Stage Company of Boston 140 Clarendon Street, Boston, February 23 through March 25.
Ripe Frenzy by Jennifer Barclay. Directed by Bridget Kathleen O’Leary. A New Rep co-production with the Boston Center for American Performance at Studio ONE, Boston University, 855 Commonwealth Ave, Boston, MA, February 24 through March 11.
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At Sanders Theatre/Harvard University, 45 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA
At Symphony Hall, 301 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, MA
Help Clean up the South Boston Neighborhood Saturday, February 17-Sunday, February 25, 2018 Any time of your choice The streets and sidewalks are a mess! Please join local business owners and fellow residents in picking up trash around South Boston. You may join a group clean-up or simply sweep in front of your own home or business. Getting rid of litter is the goal, so, even if you have only a few minutes, please make an effort to pick up trash that you see around the neighborhood. If you need supplies, we can help! We are working with DPW to provide brooms and trash bags. Let us know when you are planning your clean-up. Once your trash is bagged, please contact the City of Boston by dialing 311 or using the 311 App for trash pick- up. Questions? Please contact : Councilor Ed Flynn firstname.lastname@example.org 617 635-3230 Donna Brown, South Boston NDC, 617 268-9610 Kathy Lafferty, South Boston Neighborhood House, 617 268-1619 Dyan La Rosa, The Beauty Bar Gino Provenzano, Boston Police/Neighborhood Resident Cathe Walsh, Cranberry Café Thanks for helping to beautify South Boston!
We have adjusted our meeting schedule and will be regularly meeting on the FOURTH Tuesday of the month, except April and December. Future meeting dates are: 2/27 3/27 4/24 5/22 6/26 7/31 8/28 9/25 10/23 11/27 12/18 *If any should change or not take place, we will send out notification. Our 2/27 meeting will be at 6:30PM at LaBoure Center. If you are not on our membership email list, please message your email info to be added on if you live in the St. Vincent's neighborhood. Thank you!