Something about pie just brings people together, and Renee McLeod knows that more than most
A week of events in Cambridge and Somerville, from a pie-based fundraiser to open art studios
In a look ahead at a week of Cambridge and Somerville events, Petsi Pies founder Renee McLeod shares her secrets for a good cause, a Holiday Plant Enthusiast Market is coming, there are open studios by Brickbottom/Joy Street artists, Robert Pinsky reads, “Something Strange” returns and much more.
A week of events in Cambridge and Somerville, from Inman Eats & Crafts to the Campfire. Fest
In a look ahead at a week of Cambridge and Somerville events led off by the Inman Eats & Crafts festival, authors Ben McGrath, Robert Kuttner and Elif Batuman come to town, there’s a Moth Story Slam and plenty of music and dance, including an MIT-sponsored International Festival and four days of Campfire. Festival at Club Passim.
A week of events in Cambridge, Somerville, including Katie Kitamura and Asian Festival
In a look ahead at a week of Cambridge and Somerville events, “Intimacies” author Katie Kitamura is in town, “inTENtion” dance gets a two-night stand, the Night in Bloom Gala seeks to raise funds for Somerville’s armory and there’s art, poetry, jazz and a Cambridge-Somerville Asian Festival for AAPI Heritage Month.
Evergreen preschool will have room for more after relocation, but is fundraising for survival
First ‘Meet Me at the Library’ day March 25, held by Friends of Cambridge Public Library
All “library-loving individuals and families” are invited to a March 25 event with raffle prizes offered by Bicycle Belle, Full Moon Restaurant and Porter Square Books, the group said.
Five things to do this weekend: Dec. 22-24
CRLS adds $7,000 to Puerto Rico funds with ‘West Side Story’ as crisis continues
MAPS accepts Awards Gala reservations through April 21; event follows, April 29
Time is running out to reserve seats at the Massachusetts Alliance of Portuguese Speakers 2017 Awards Gala, to take place April 29. The health and social services organization accepts seating reservations until April 21.