Every Thursday at noon, EST, Brown Paper Tickets posts upcoming events happening in the Boston area. Here are hot tickets for events coming up. Check back for stellar events that fit the interests of locals and tourists alike.
Saturday, November 26 I Premium Beacon Hill & Back Bay Food Tour This is the “premium” version of the Beacon Hill and Back Bay Food Tour, and will include a dessert stop at either one of Boston’s few 4-star restaurants or a 5-star hotel. Boston Foodie Tours conducts food tours throughout Boston and surrounding areas. Fun and food are the main ingredients in all of their tours. While tour stops are subject to change, past Beacon Hill/Back Bay food tours have started at Scampo restaurant at the Liberty Hotel. Additional tour stops have included Savenor’s Market, Beacon Hill Chocolates, Bacco’s Wine and Cheese, Copley Square Farmers’ Market, Sabatino and Company, Turner Fisheries, Bon Me’s food truck, L’Espalier and the Mandarin Oriental Hotel’s M Bar and Lounge. Join them and find out where Derek Jeter likes to dine when he visits Boston. And where Oprah frequently buys gift baskets. Visit Julia Child’s favorite market, and a small Boston institution that has served breakfast to Jack Nicholson and Kevin Costner. And what would a visit to Boston be without tasting Hall of Fame chowder? They can’t send you home without doing that, can they?
Sunday, November 27 I The Battle of the Sexes Hairshow Muffenintl presents the battle of the sexes hairshow featuring stylists from all around the country, competing for money and prizes hosted by Glynn Jackson and celebrity host Vincent Ward. Day Two educational classes all day.
Monday, November 28 I New Exhibition Room presents: Knit Flix Roll your self away from the Thanksgiving table and join New Exhibition Room in preparation for their next project “It Happened First Night,” a New Year’s Eve theatrical scavenger hunt adventure and culmination of our Silent Movie Project developmental workshop. We will start the evening with a knitting lesson from Nora and then show you some of our favorite silent movies that have inspired us to build our next brand new show. There will also be games and snacks all to get you revved up for braving the New England cold on December 31. Use your brand new knitting skills to make yourself a scarf, or donate it to New Exhibition Room to help keep us warm. Your ticket includes a complimentary Knitting 101 lesson, a whole evening of silent movies, and festive food and drink. All the proceeds for this event will go to fund New Exhibition Room’s next project “It Happened First Night.” If you are interested in taking part in the knitting lesson, please bring a skein of yarn and appropriately sized knitting needles the thicker the yarn and the bigger the needles, the better (10 or above).
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