City Happenings: September 5th & 6th

September 5th & 6th, 2020 is an event filled weekend around Boston! Check out some of this weeks #cityhappenings…

As more things start to open and we transition from virtual city happenings, keep in mind that face coverings and social distancing are still required in most places. Text “COVIDMA” to 888-777 for Important Updates

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Saturday, September 5th
Sunflowers & Sunshine to Support Emerson Pediatrics – Petals for Pediatrics! Join Verrill Farm and Emerson Hospital for some outdoor social distancing with a gorgeous view! They are so excited to be partnered with Emerson Hospital for this year’s event. 50% OF ALL EVENT PROCEEDS WILL BE DONATED DIRECTLY TO EMERSON HOSPITAL PEDIATRICS!
To maintain proper social distancing measures, masks will be required and admission will be limited by date and time. Admission will include access to the sunflower fields, countless picture opportunities as well as cut your own sunflowers to take home.

Barcathon – Love working out with your pup? Join The Boston Animal Rescue Collaborative for the month of September in their first ever BARCathon! How does it work? Sign up using the link above to track your progress for the month. You set your own fitness goals for you and your pet! The entry fee is $25. The first and second place prizes are going to the fundraising teams that raised the most money for the event! 1st place winner will receive a one virtual group session with Kate Perry Dog Training. 2nd place will receive a goodie bag filled with swag from BARC & some of our event sponsors. There will also be participation prizes for all and random lottery prizes throughout the event. Be sure to post a picture of you and your pet exercising and tag BARC each week for a chance to win treats, toys, etc!

Sunday, September 6th
Experience Chinatown – See, hear, create, and connect. Together, celebrate the rich cultural fabric of Boston Chinatown through free creative activities for all. In 2020, join in the new format as we uplift the neighborhood while ensuring health and safety for all. Throughout September, enjoy unique events and pop-up happenings through virtual and physical platforms, allowing for social distancing and leisurely enjoyment. This event is a part of the We Love Boston Chinatown resiliency campaign, a partnership with community organizations, businesses, and residents that is working together to uplift the community and support local businesses.

Virtual Chairful Where You Sit – Chairful Where You Sit, a one-day (normally outdoor) art installation and fundraiser for the Arlington Commission for Arts and Culture, traditionally coincides with Porchfest and takes place in a festive gathering at historic Uncle Sam Plaza, in the heart of the Arlington Center Cultural District. Chairfest has been re-envisioned as an online event, to be conducted on the Bidding Owl online auction platform. An auction of artistically transformed chairs and other small furniture items rescued from basements and curbs has supported public art in Arlington since 2012, and saved over 400 chairs from landfill. New this year — we’re including artistically revamped small furniture items like side tables in addition to chairs!

Best, Joe 

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Virtual City Happenings: August 28th, 29th & 30th

August 28th, 29th & 30th, 2020 is a virtual event filled weekend around Boston! Check out some of this weeks #cityhappenings…

As more things start to open and we transition from virtual city happenings, keep in mind that face coverings and social distancing are still required in most places. Text “COVIDMA” to 888-777 for Important Updates

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Friday, August 28th
Tech & Toast: Virtual Talk (11-noon) – We are now in a melting pot of creative ideas and flowing investments, spawning new start-ups all across the globe. In this diverse landscape, many of these ambitious leaders and organizations are now rising to the top and embracing technology to disrupt their larger counterparts. But who are the people adapting to these new challenges, seeing disruption as an opportunity for innovation and growth? During this exclusive event, General Assembly invites industry leaders to discuss how they are working and educating to attract talent, embrace the latest technology and to evolve in the technical world. Click to learn more about the panelists.

Saturday, August 29th
Alcove Boston (5-10) – Dine outdoors at Lovejoy Wharf in Boston’s West End. Alcove is a Mediterranean inspired restaurant with regionally sourced ingredients. Enjoy dinner and a drink overlooking the Zakim bridge during golden hour! The patio is also pet friendly.

Boston Lights: A Lantern Experience (nightly) – Experience the wonder of over 50 magnificent displays comprised of hundreds of beautifully crafted lanterns spanning Franklin Park Zoo’s 72 acres. The first of its kind in New England, our lantern experience will dazzle and delight guests of all ages! You are invited to walk (socially distanced, of course) through a luminous 66-foot-long shark tunnel, dramatic entrance arches, radiant flower gardens, and traditional Asian lantern scenes.

Sunday, August 30th
List of Boston-Area Farmers Markets – Boston-area farmers markets are back for 2020. This year, open-air markets are reopening with new guidelines in place to protect shoppers & vendors from the spread of COVID-19. Booths will be more spaced out, hand sanitizing stations will be available, social distancing will be enforced, and masks will be required. That said, things won’t be too different from the way shopping at big grocery stores is now, except you’ll be shopping local and supporting small businesses. Click the link above for 18 farmers markets now open or opening soon within 10 miles from downtown Boston.

Best, Joe 

Joe Schutt

Committed to representing your interests with the highest level of integrity, I am dedicated to service excellence focused on personal attention and building a solid trust relationship. I listen carefully and make my clients feel comfortable in exploring their full range of real estate options and then encourage them to relax and rely on my expertise to insure that the details run smoothly and efficiently. Google+

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Virtual City Happenings: August 22nd & 23rd

August 22nd & 23rd, 2020 is a virtual event filled weekend around Boston! Check out some of this weeks #cityhappenings…

As more things start to open and we transition from virtual city happenings, keep in mind that face coverings and social distancing are still required in most places. Text “COVIDMA” to 888-777 for Important Updates

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Saturday, August 22nd
Virtual Brewfest for ALS – Join us for a virtual Brewfest for ALS in the Northeast! An event to support the ALS community, and ALS research at the ALS Therapy Development Institute (ALS TDI). Purchase a virtual Brewfest for ALS ticket today! Get a 4-pack or a 24-pack Brewfest in a Box of mixed Northeast Ales for ALS brews, an Ales for ALS t-shirt, and a link to an exclusive Zoom meeting with national participating top craft brewers.

Bulfinch Crossing Projections – From dusk to dawn, the underpass is illuminated by 23 projectors shooting 345,000 lumens out onto the beams of the underpass, mapping out the custom created art produced by highly regarded and Boston based visual artist, Zebbler. Given our current climate, this installation will be made available as a “drive through” art installation where viewers are encouraged to drive, bike, or walk through the underpass to experience this epic art piece in person.

Sunday, August 23rd
Dine Out Boston – Formerly known as restaurant week Boston, Dine Out Boston is a great way to support our local eateries. Participating restaurants will offer prix fixe menus for lunch and dinner, giving Bostonians an opportunity to sample neighborhood spots at special prices.

Starlight Square Cambridge – Starlight Square is a temporary intervention designed to build capacity within the Central Square community for outdoor performance, learning, dining, and dialogue. Before the pandemic, however, this idea was pitched as something much simpler. Still using scaffolding and scrim, the Central Square Business Improvement District, Flagg Street Studio, and Boyes-Watson Architects teams imagined using a portion of Lot 5 to create a square in the Square, a civic commons in the heart of the city.

Best, Joe 

Joe Schutt

Committed to representing your interests with the highest level of integrity, I am dedicated to service excellence focused on personal attention and building a solid trust relationship. I listen carefully and make my clients feel comfortable in exploring their full range of real estate options and then encourage them to relax and rely on my expertise to insure that the details run smoothly and efficiently. Google+

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