Johnny D's is a mix of table seating and standing room.
Johnny D's is serving its great menu from 4pm until 11pm, so come early or late, come hungry and thirsty.
General Admission: 21+ will be available at DOOR night of show. Proper ID. No ticket purchase necessary/available.
Dinner Tables in Main Stage area will be available with a $10.00 Food Minimum per person and is First Come First Serve. If you are under 21 and are accompanied by a legal guardian, you can reserve tickets below for a seating time of 7pm ONLY. Once this reserved seating amount is at capacity, NO underage will be available to enter.
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When: Oct 9, 2015 8 PM in Somerville, Massachusetts (Fri, 09 Oct 2015 20 )
There comes a time in every hero's life where they must make a choice that will impact their life forever. These choices can seem simple and trivial at first, or they can loom in the distance paralyzing you with fear. What will you do when confronted with choices? Pre-registration and costuming required for this interactive adventure. For ages 13-19. For more information visit www.guardup.com. $25 Pre-registration required at www.guardup.com/waiver or call (781) 270-4800.
When: Oct 9, 2015 7 PM to Oct 9, 2015 9 PMin Burlington, Massachusetts (Fri, 09 Oct 2015 19 )
"A combination of unstoppable laughter and sheer happiness" - Daily Telegraph Bialystock and Bloom! Those names should strike terror and hysteria in anyone familiar with Mel Brooks' classic cult comedy film. Now as a big Broadway musical, The Producers once again sets the standard for modern, outrageous, in-your-face humor. It is a truly "boffo" hit, winning a record twelve Tony Awards and wowing capacity crowds night after night in Mel Brooks' laugh-out-loud spectacle.
When: Oct 23, 2015 12 AM to Oct 25, 2015 12 AMin Cambridge, Massachusetts (Fri, 23 Oct 2015 00 )
Sponsored by: St. Mark's Community Education Program Minimum age: 18 Volunteers will work with ELL students to master basic technology skills and practice their English at the same time! No former tutoring experience is required and technology skills will be basic. Teachers will already have a curriculum and activities in place and will utilize volunteers to break th . . .
When: Nov 11, 2015 6 PM in Boston, Massachusetts (Wed, 11 Nov 2015 18 )
Whether you're an enthusiastic newbie or an experienced collector, the Boston International Fine Art Show provides the perfect opportunity to learn about and scope out the best in contemporary and traditional fine art. More than 40 galleries from across the country will be offering paintings, sculptures, photographs, fine prints and mixed media works in both modern and classical styles for your browsing and buying pleasure. This always-anticipated three-day festival is also set to offer special programs on American master John Singer Sargent, John La Farge's stained glass and insider tips on the art market.
When: Oct 23, 2015 12 AM to Oct 25, 2015 12 AMin Boston, Massachusetts Cost: $7.50 (Fri, 23 Oct 2015 00 )
The Eye Witness Project is comprised of more than 40 objects culled from the studios of artists and curators who have exhibited with Hampden Gallery over the past few decades. The collected objects speak to the material and conceptual inspirations of the artists. The collection lets viewers peek into the private world of the artist’s studio. Consequently, viewers become eyewitnesses to the creative process.
Co-curated by Sally Curcio and Anne LaPrade Seuthe
Tuesday through Friday: 1:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Sunday 2:0 - 5:00 p.m.
Cosed for academic breaks (Thanksgiving, Christmas, Spring Break, Summer) and state holidays
When: Sep 13, 2015 12 AM to Oct 9, 2015 12 AMin Amherst, Massachusetts Cost: Free admission (Sun, 13 Sep 2015 00 )
with Imminent Sonic Destruction, Next To None, Mindset X, Winterspell The legendary metal band Fates Warning began in the early 1980's playing a traditional style of heavy metal. However, they quickly began to adopt a more technically proficient style influenced by Rush and are considered by many to be the first true prog-metal band.While the band has subsequently moved in more melodic and ambient directions, they have remained a vibrant and well-respected cornerstone for the prog camp within the heavy metal strata.
When: Oct 10, 2015 6 PM in Worcester, Massachusetts Cost: $22.00 - $25.00 (Sat, 10 Oct 2015 18 )
Discover the wonders of nature this fall with PUDDLESTOMPERS Drop-Off Vacation Program! Explore the outdoors in a fun, active environment under the guidance of experienced teacher naturalists.
The day includes hands-on exploration, active movement, outdoor play, crafts, stories, and songs. A small student to teacher ratio creates a personal, close-knit experience. A snack will be provided each day, as well as a take-home craft and handout with additional activities and information to extend environmental education and nature discovery into your home. Program offered in various locations during school vacation weeks and holidays.
Ages: 3-6 & 6-8
*8:30am early drop-off & 1:00-3:00pm extended day available
When: Dec 28, 2015 9 AM to Dec 28, 2015 1 PMin Newton Center, Massachusetts Cost: $62/day (Mon, 28 Dec 2015 09 )
In the fall of 2000, Switzerland opened the world’s first ‘scientific consulate’ in Cambridge, Massachusetts. 15 years later, swissnex is a global network, with offices in Boston, Brazil, China, India, Singapore, and San Francisco. To celebrate the occasion, we invite you to drop by on the afternoon of Friday October 9, to say hello and have a look at a big piece of innovation, naturally Swiss made: the world’s largest rowing boat, also known as the Stämpfli Express!
Find Us on the Green
The boat will be displayed on the green in front of the Cambridge Public Library, right across the street from swissnex Boston. For this special event, The Canton of Basel-Stadt, sister state of Massachusetts and our partner for this event, will be there to welcome you with a fun quiz… and there’s nothing less than a trip to Switzerland at stake!
There will also be a drawing contest, all ages welcome. For this contest, start thinking about what else might be 144 feet length – and be ready to draw your ideas for a prize. Rumor has it: there will be some chocolate as well— you don’t want to miss this! We’re looking forward to seeing you on the green in front of the Cambridge Public Library, right across the street from swissnex Boston!
The Stämpfli Express is an eye-catcher – and eye-catchers make for good pictures! Don’t forget to tag your posts with #swissnexOnTour for a chance to win a very cool prize.
PS: This is only one stop of our big tour with the Stämpfli Express. To learn more about our exciting fall adventure, have a look here: http://www.swissnexboston.org/about/swissnexontour-on-the-road-with-the-stampfli-express/
When: Oct 9, 2015 2 PM to Oct 9, 2015 5 PMin Cambridge, Massachusetts (Fri, 09 Oct 2015 14 )
Feel the waves at the Old Jailhouse Tavern where we celebrate surf culture and board sports bringing to Orleans surf independent and feature films. Walk through our gallery of memorabilia, watch films selected by New England surfers and enjoy drinks, music and more.
When: Oct 23, 2015 12 AM to Oct 24, 2015 12 AMin Orleans, Massachusetts (Fri, 23 Oct 2015 00 )
Presented by The Scarlet Letter Press & Gallery:This event is not to be missed! For the first time in Salem, Brenda Sullivan of The Gravestone Girls will share her expansive knowledge of historic gravestone artwork and grave rubbings! The first hour will include an informal talk about New England cemetery history, gravestone artwork and symbolism. Feel free to bring your questions and curiosities about the local stone grave markers in the “Oldest Cemetery in Salem” – Old Burying Point in on Charter Street. The second hour Brenda will discuss gravestone rubbing – what is ok and what is not ok in local historic cemeteries. You will have an opportunity to create your own small foil rubbing based upon actual grave symbols that Brenda has cast with compassion and care for the stones she admires and respects. (All materials included) Handmade gravestone castings in all shapes and sizes will be on hand for purchase by The Gravestone Girls at the close of the workshop. www.gravestonegirls.com **Please plan on arriving 15 minutes early to find a seat and get comfortable. Salem is very busy in October with limited parking. Please plan ahead to avoid disruption during the engagement. Thank you!** The Grave Details - $30.00
When: Oct 23, 2015 7 PM in Salem, Massachusetts Cost: $30.00 (Fri, 23 Oct 2015 19 )
with Bass Physics, HEISS, VII Phutureprimitive music is singular and unique in its approach: Lush melodies drift across intricate rhythms, groove heavy beats and warm, fuzzy bass lines. Often exploring a dark and dense palette, his music also manages to convey a sense of tranquility and beauty, engaging the listener into hypnotic movement and often escalating toward a full kinetic experience. Conceived and produced in a digital environment, his music manages to convey more humanity and organic warmth then typically found in an often cold and sterile genre. Shimmering with cinematic qualities, his music ultimately speaks to both the mind and the body.
When: Oct 23, 2015 8 PM in Allston, Massachusetts Cost: $15.00 (Fri, 23 Oct 2015 20 )
Join RHC for our annual Suitcase Semi-Formal dance in Alden Memorial! Why is it called Suitcase? Come with your luggage packed and ready to go because our GRAND PRIZE winner receives an awesome weekend for them and a guest! A limo will take the lucky pair right from the dance to a hotel for a 2-night stay in Boston! On Saturday night, enjoy Shear Madness tickets valued at over $150! Don't worry..we gave you spending money too with a $200 visa cash card. Our theme this year is "A Night on the Red Carpet" so get ready to make your debute as a star! Tickets are $5 which gets you admission + 1 raffle ticket for the Grand Prize! Doors open at 7pm! Plus you can purchase additional raffle tickets at the door for just $2/ticket. General Admission - $5.00
When: Oct 9, 2015 7 PM in Worcester, Massachusetts Cost: $5.00 (Fri, 09 Oct 2015 19 )
Ah, the pleasant “kick” of West Coast hops and “warm malt flavors” make these flavorful, balanced great-tasting beers nationwide best sellers. If you know these legendary ales or want to try some of their new creations Come join us at this week’[...]
When: Oct 9, 2015 4 PM in Braintree, Massachusetts Cost: Free (Fri, 09 Oct 2015 16 )
Back by popular demand, come see the garden of endless jack-o-lanterns. Dress in your Halloween costume and join the costume parades. You can trick or treat at your favorite ride, and go for a ride on our all new Haunted Train. Edaville is a safe and fun environment to celebrate Halloween with the whole family.
When: Oct 23, 2015 12 AM to Oct 25, 2015 12 AMin Carver, Massachusetts (Fri, 23 Oct 2015 00 )
Advanced Tickets are available until 4PM - 10/23/15 (if not Sold Out prior)
Guaranteed Seating: For guaranteed seating, purchase a ticket in one of the main room zones A-G, arrive within designated time which is under the Additional Information on this event page / in your confirmation email, and purchase dinner that evening. $15 FOOD minimum per person plus 7% meal tax.
General Admission does NOT guarantee seating. Bar area is unreserved, first come first served, and offers a full menu. Fifteen minutes before music begins, unoccupied tables in the main room are open for all patrons.
ZONES ARRIVAL TIMES All Sections should arrive between 9:15 - 9:45 pm after the early show
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
- All tables seat either four or two. If you don’t purchase all of the seats, you may be seated with others. - If zoned seating is not available for purchase on this event page, it means that there are only General Admission still available ( all dining room tables are already reserved). - When purchasing a ticket in a Zone, you are not guaranteed a particular seat. Seats are assigned at venue’s discretion. - If you are unable to make your section’s arrival time or need to cancel your dinner reservation, please call 617-776-2004 DAY OF SHOW, ONLY AFTER 4PM. TICKETS ARE NOT REFUNDABLE. - Ages 10+ may attend with a parent and dinner/show combo ticket. - General Admission or Fri/Sat shows starting 9pm & later are ALWAYS 21+. - Fees Apply to all online purchases. - Limited number of admissions are available "cash only" at door on any given night, on first come first serve basis. The door price may vary from advance price.
Please call venue (617) 776-2004 after 4pm for specific set times and more information, or follow us on Facebook / Twitter.
Day of Show Door Price : $ 10.00 (cash only)
When: Oct 23, 2015 10 PM in Somerville, Massachusetts (Fri, 23 Oct 2015 22 )
Guest speaker Micaela Baranello, Postdoctoral Fellow in Musicology at Smith College, examines tenor Richard Tauber's performances of the music of Franz Lehár on stage, record, and screen.
Focusing on Tauber's role in Lehár's Das Land des Lächelns, an operetta dating from 1929, Baranello will discuss how Tauber's stage performances intersected with his immensely popular recordings, particularly as Lehár proclaimed his operettas to be more than the sum of their hit songs.
When: Oct 23, 2015 12 AM to Oct 23, 2015 12 AMin Amherst, Massachusetts Cost: Free admission (Fri, 23 Oct 2015 00 )
Cold Chain GDP & Temperature Management Logistics Global Forum is happening on 05 Oct 2015 at Seaport Hotel and Seaport World Trade Center Boston, United States Of America. Its a premier event in Logistics & Transportation industry.
Riverside Trauma Center's 5th Annual Conference Understanding the Role of Trauma In the Roots of Violent Behavior Cosponsored by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health's Suicide Prevention Program Early Bird Registration Deadline 9/18/15 Conference Description: Violence often has a visible and powerful impact on people. Less visible is the early trauma that may contribute to an ongoing cycle of violent acts. Conference presenters will explore the many ways in which early childhood and interpersonal trauma potentially shape future violent behavior, and discuss the clinical implications for mental health practitioners. Keynote Address: "Can the Effects of Trauma Be Transmitted Intergenerationally?" Recent advances in molecular biology, genomics,and epigenomics, have now provided paradigms for understanding long-term effects of stress. This presentation will focus on intergenerational transmission of trauma as a particularly enduring effect of stress. Most of the research has been conducted on adult children of Holocaust survivors, but has now generalized to include children of other trauma survivors such as children born to pregnant women who survived the World Trade Center attack on 9/11. The research has evolved into one that explains the contribution of early environmental experiences — including parenting — on highly conserved molecular and genomic processes. These changes in and of themselves do not signify pathology, but provide a paradigm for understanding long-term effects of profoundly important events. The work has already led to a better understanding of biological risk factors for PTSD, and predictors of outcome in response to trauma. Rachel Yehuda, PhD, has focused on research in the fields of Trauma and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) for over 25 years. She is currently a professor of Psychiatry as well as the Director of the Division of Traumatic Stress Studies at the lcahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. She also serves as the Director of Mental Health at the James J. Peters Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Her research on PTSD has included both human populations and animal models, neuroendocrinology, neuroimaging, genomic and molecular biological studies of trauma, experimental therapeutics, biomarkers, genetic and epigenetic heritability, gender differences, and suicide. She has authored over 300 highly-cited journal publications, chapters, and books in the field of traumatic stress and the neurobiology of PTSD. Additional Presentations: "Intimate Partner Violence: Behavioral, Social and Biological Implications" Mary Cheyne, PsyD, is a clinical and forensic psychologist who has more than 14 years of forensic experience in threat and violence risk assessment and management, divorce mediation, and divorce/custody evaluations. In addition to serving as Diplomate for the National Center for Crisis Management, Dr. Cheyne is a founding member of the New England chapter of the Association of Threat Assessment Professionals. Joanna Bridger, LICSW, Clinical Services Director of Riverside Trauma Center, will present on her work with trauma-informed care and trauma-informed approaches to understanding and responding to violence. There will also be a panel to discuss different perspectives on trauma and violence and how they are related. Cost: Register by 9/18/15 to pay the discount rate of $125 per person or $112 per person for groups of 4 or more. The regular registration cost (deadline is 10/14/15) is $139 per person or $125 per person for groups of 4 or more. $75 per person for Riverside Community Care employees. Continuing Education: Applications for 5.5 hours of continuing education credits will be submitted for Social Workers, LMHCs, LMFTs, and Nurses. Please contact Jenny Huynh (firstname.lastname@example.org) for the status of the CE accreditation. This training is approved for 5.5 hours of continuing education for Psychologists. Riverside Community Care is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor education for Psychologists. Riverside Community Care maintains responsibility for this program and its content. Registration: Pre-registration is required. Complete the registration online by filling in the appropriate information and paying by credit card or check or, if you prefer, visit http://riversidetraumacenter.org/trainings-events/our-annual-conference-and-other-events to print out and complete a hard copy of the registration form. If you prefer to pay by check, please make the check payable to “Riverside Community Care” and send it to: Jenny Huynh, Riverside Trauma Center, 255 Highland Ave., Needham, MA 02494. The registration deadline is 10/14/15. Please share this information with others who are interested in these topics. Refund Policy: Refund requests received by 9/18/15 will receive a full refund. Refund requests received by 10/5/14 will get a 50% refund. Refunds not available after 10/5/14. Please use the Request Refund feature which is available to you once you log in to your Eventbrite account. Lodging/Accomodations: The Verve, Crowne Plaza Natick can be contacted at (508) 653-8800. Agenda: 8-8:45 am Registration 8:45-9 am Welcome 9-10:30 am Rachel Yehuda, PhD 10:30-10:45 am Break 10:45 am-12:15 pm Mary Cheyne, PsyD 12:15 pm-1:15 pm Lunch (included in registration fee) 1:15-2:45 pm Panel 2:45- 3 pm Break 3-4 pm Joanna Bridger, LICSW, Riverside Trauma Center 4 pm Evaluation/CEUs 4:15pm Adjourn Contact: email@example.com
When: Oct 23, 2015 8 AM in Natick, Massachusetts (Fri, 23 Oct 2015 08 )
At the grand old age of 17, Danny Avila has become one of the hottest acts in the world of EDM. From winning the 'Best Newcomer DJ' at the prestigious 2011 Vicious Music Awards at just 16, through an incredible 2012 Ibiza season that caught the attention of everyone including Tisto and dance bible DJ Mag where he became the youngest ever Covermount CD artist, to the announcement of his residency as the youngest ever prime-time DJ on US broadcasting behemoth SiriusXM and inclusion in Billboard, MTV and Dancing Astronaut's 2013 Ones To Watch lists, Avila is the name on everyone's lips and rightly so.It's a story that starts over five years ago. After haggling his way into some of Spain's top club venues at the age of 12 to witness the passion and power of artists like Fedde le Grand, Afrojack, David Guetta and more from the confines of lighting booths and sound desks, the young Avila knew exactly where he wanted to be. Showing incredible determination and a vast sponge-like acquirement for music, Avila went from playing at friends' parties to warm-up spots at Ku in Benidorm where he was first noticed by le Grand. Proving an ability beyond his years to lay down sets oozing with tribal heat and rich in track selection that burst beyond the confines of the Beatport Top 10 charts, Avila's reputation grew, and grew quickly. To anyone who's witnessed him behind the DJ booth, it has come as no surprise. To see Danny in action is to be hit with the full force of an exuberant, excitable and unbridled energy for the music that he plays and the reaction from the crowd that marks him out as a truly passionate performer who both loves and understands the dance floor and what it stands for.Fast forward to 2012, and it proved to be a phenomenal year for the young Spaniard. After earning his stripes in illustrious company thanks to early headline slots with Fedde le Grand, Martin Solveig, Afrojack, David Guetta and the Black Eyed Peas, Danny confirmed not one, not two but three residencies in Ibiza at the jet-set hotspot Blue Marlin, at one of the world's most celebrated venues, Space Ibiza, and at the personal behest of Tisto, the legendary Pacha Ibiza where he appeared alongside the iconic Dutchman for an unbelievable 15 dates. A staggering 35 dates in total across the season, Danny Avila had well and truly landed on the White Isle.While Avila was busy wowing the crowds in Ibiza, on the other side of the Atlantic, the powers that be were also paying attention. Stateside broadcasting behemoth SiriusXM, the largest purveyor of dance music on the North American continent, snapped up the teenager's 'Ready To Jump' show without a moment's hesitation, making him the youngest EVER prime-time resident to grace the airwaves and this before Avila had even dropped a single beat on American soil. The show, a sizzling hour-long concoction of pure energy and fun is the perfect representation of the young Spaniard and has had rave reviews across the board from enamoured legions of new US fans. Finally, in September, Danny gave America and Canada what they had been waiting for with a massive inaugural tour that included a sensational three dates in NYC alone. Exploding inside DJ booths across the continent, tens of thousands witnessed both the power and creativity that had already set the European circuit ablaze. With the release of his debut single 'Breaking Your Fall' on Big Beat Records in October, the Avila wave began to build unprecedented speed, with music bible Billboard naming him as 'One To Watch' for their 2013 '21 Under 21' power list, swiftly followed by similar plaudits in the MTV Clubland list and the influential Dancing Astronaut list, underlining the huge impact Danny made in such a short space of time.With 2013 dawning across the planet, the wave is beginning to approach tsunami levels. After further dates across North America and Europe and huge first-time appearances in key Asian cities, Danny's management announced the launch of the Generation Wild tour, teaming him up with fellow musical firebrands Deniz Koyu, dBerrie and Mikael Weermets. The first of 20 nights opens in Chicago on January 31st and is already garnering huge press interest. Add to the concoction a brand new package of edits for 'Breaking Your Fall' and the imminent news of a massive remix collaboration with one of the biggest stars in recent musical history, and it's becoming clear that if you want to keep up with Danny Avila, you need to be damn fast!Oh and if all that wasn't enough, he's not only spear heading the next generation of superstar DJ/producers he's also pretty damn prolific when it comes to anything concerning a board. Verging on pro skate- and snowboarder status, Avila's also notched up 2nd in the Spanish Wakeboard Championships, 7th in the European Wakeboard Championships and 12th in the World Wakeboard Championships as ever proving that he's ready to jump no matter what the medium!There is, it seems, absolutely no stopping Danny Avila at whatever he turns his hand to. The future beckons, and it's practically blinding.
When: Oct 23, 2015 10 PM in Boston, Massachusetts Cost: $15.00 (Fri, 23 Oct 2015 22 )
Harvard Book Store welcomes bestselling author of Assassination Vacation and The Wordy Shipmates SARAH VOWELL for a reading from her latest book, Lafayette in the Somewhat United States, an insightful and unconventional account of George Washington’s trusted officer and friend, that swashbuckling teenage French aristocrat the Marquis de Lafayette.
Chronicling General Lafayette’s years in Washington’s army, Vowell reflects on the ideals of the American Revolution versus the reality of the Revolutionary War. Riding shotgun with Lafayette, Vowell swerves from the high-minded debates of Independence Hall to the frozen wasteland of Valley Forge, from bloody battlefields to the Palace of Versailles, bumping into John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Lord Cornwallis, Benjamin Franklin, Marie Antoinette and various kings, Quakers and redcoats along the way.
Drawn to the patriots’ war out of a lust for glory, Enlightenment ideas and the traditional French hatred for the British, young Lafayette crossed the Atlantic expecting to join forces with an undivided people, encountering instead fault lines between the Continental Congress and the Continental Army, rebel and loyalist inhabitants, and a conspiracy to fire George Washington, the one man holding together the rickety, seemingly doomed patriot cause.
While Vowell’s yarn is full of the bickering and infighting that marks the American past—and present—her telling of the Revolution is just as much a story of friendship: between Washington and Lafayette, between the Americans and their French allies and, most of all between Lafayette and the American people. Coinciding with one of the most contentious presidential elections in American history, Vowell lingers over the elderly Lafayette’s sentimental return tour of America in 1824, when three-fourths of the population of New York City turned out to welcome him ashore. As a Frenchman and the last surviving general of the Continental Army, Lafayette belonged to neither North nor South, to no political party or faction. He was a walking, talking reminder of the sacrifices and bravery of the revolutionary generation and what the founders hoped this country could be. His return was not just a reunion with his beloved Americans it was a reunion for Americans with their own astonishing, singular past.
Harvard Book Store welcomes Contributing Editor to Discover Magazine STEVE NADIS and William Caspar Graustein Professor of Mathematics at Harvard University SHING-TUNG YAU for a discussion of their latest book, From the Great Wall to the Great Collider: China and the Quest to Uncover the Inner Workings of the Universe.
The 2012 discovery of the Higgs boson was a sensational triumph—the culmination of a 48-year-long search that put the finishing touches on the so-called “Standard Model” of particle physics. While the celebrations were still underway, researchers in China were making plans to continue the centuries-old quest to identify the fundamental building blocks of nature. More specifically, they began laying the groundwork for a giant accelerator—up to 100 kilometers in circumference—that would transport physics into a previously inaccessible, high-energy realm where a host of new particles, and perhaps a sweeping new symmetry, might be found.
The case for such an instrument is compelling: Even though the Standard Model can describe the behavior of particles with astounding accuracy, it is incomplete. The theory has little to say about the Big Bang, gravity, dark matter, dark energy, and other far-reaching phenomena.
Sullivan Tire and Auto Service is teaming up with the Greater Bridgewater Women of Today (GBWOT) to host a Halloween-themed Touch-A-Truck event at Sullivan Tire’s Bridgewater location on Sunday, October 25 from 11:00am-2:00pm! Families and kids are encouraged to dress up in their best Halloween costumes to collect candy and treats as they interact with the variety of trucks on display, including a Sullivan Tire Commercial Service truck and giant tire. Attendees will have the chance to meet and take photos with Big League Brian, who greets fans while on stilts on Yawkey Way before Red Sox games!
There will be face painting for the kids, giveaways, games and more! Grilled burgers and hot dogs will be available on site for purchase.
This event is weather permitting; additional parking will be available at HarborOne Bank, 295 Bedford Street (diagonally across the street from Sullivan Tire).
Ticket cost is $3 per family, with a maximum of $15 per family.
When: Oct 25, 2015 11 AM to Oct 25, 2015 2 PMin Bridgewater, Massachusetts (Sun, 25 Oct 2015 11 )
This will be an upscale event held at the Mass Mutual Center in the banquet room area. This will be a fun filled event for all ages and races to present the official Everythingssquiggly clothing line launch party by displaying a fashion show. The event includes music, drink bar, hors d'oeuvres giveaways, raffles and prizes. There will be a main walkway (runway) for the models upon entering the stage. We expect approximately 150 guests. Attendees will be seated at round tables. There will be brochures of the clothing line’s website available for every guest. Items will be available for sale towards the end of the event. There will be a Springfield police officer on scene. EVENT HIGHLIGHTS This event will packed with children, women and men models displaying clothing and accessories from one of the most innovative brands, Everythingssquiggly. There will be live musical performances from a showcase of local independent artists. All attendees will have the chance to win multiple prizes, such as cash, attire, accessories, novelties and more. ???????????? EVENT ITINERARY ! 6p-7p : Social Hour - Drinks, Music, Raffle Tickets, Meet and Greet! 7p-730p : Introduction of the Brand, Hors d’oeuvres served! 730p-8p : Musical Performances! START OF FASHION SHOW 8PM! 8p-815p : Children's Line! 815p-830p : Women's Line! 830p-845p : Men's Line! 845p-9p : Workout Gear! 9p-915p : Accessories! 915p-10p : Giveaways and Online Orders! Just the launch and say $10 in advance for tickets and $15 at the door..contact ty ward at 413-272-8583 for cash tickets.
When: Oct 28, 2015 7 PM in Springfield, Massachusetts (Wed, 28 Oct 2015 19 )
This is a show not to be missed! Now in its third year, PHCC's Annual Talent Show gets better each time. We see a full house for the show, so get your tickets early. Competition prizes include: First Place Prize - $1,000 Second Place Prize - $300 Third Place Prize - Gift Certificate All proceeds benefit PHCC. So please come support our local talent, and the Center! If you are interested in competing in PHCC's 3rd Annual Talent Show, auditions are taking place on Tuesday, October 6, at 6:30 p.m. Please fill out the entry form and bring it with you. You may also send in a video audition - details are included on the entry form. 2015 Talent Show Entry Form Auditions: Tuesday, October 6 ~ 6:30 PM Entry Fee $15.00
When: Nov 6, 2015 7 PM in Three Rivers, Massachusetts (Fri, 06 Nov 2015 19 )
Support local veterans and sample beer, wine and appetizers from 6-8pm on Wednesday, October 28 at Unos in Leominster. WPKZ host and veterans supporter Mike Cooley will be the master of ceremonies and the K-Zone crew along with Unos will be rolling out the red carpet for this fun evening. You'll also have the chance to win more than $500 dollars in prizes. Wine and beer samples will be supplied by Uno, Wachusett Brewing Company, Atlas Distributing and MS Walker. Proceeds support Veteran Homestead facilities in Fitchburg and Gardner. Veteran Homestead Inc., is an independent, non-profit organization that provides housing and care to U.S. Armed Services Veterans who are elderly, disabled or diagnosed with a terminal illness. Tickets are only $10 You must be 21 and over to participate.
When: Oct 28, 2015 6 PM in Leominster, Massachusetts (Wed, 28 Oct 2015 18 )
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