Virtual City Happenings: June 20th & 21st

June 20th & 21st, 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, June 20th
A Taste of Italy Cooking Class (6pm-7:30pm) – Taste Buds Kitchen of North Andover are excited to bring you their brand new online cooking classes! Join for a tasty trip where we’ll enjoy a delicious tour of homemade Italian favorites from a classic parmesan to a mouth-watering risotto. You don’t have to fly across the globe to get the fresh taste of homemade Italian cuisine right in your own kitchen! Bring your own ingredients and beverage of choice. Have fun in the Kitchen and learn something new as we #stayhome! Their classes are BYOB (in our Kitchen and at-home) so please have whatever you’d like to drink in hand. 🙂 It’s going to be so much fun! 

Pride Night at aeronaut.net ft. OOMPA! (7pm-10pm) – On June 20th from 7-10PM (EST), Aeronaut, with support from Queers with Beers & Zone 3, hosts a night of live music– celebrating all things PRIDE! Tickets are donation-based (not required, but encouraged!) and proceeds will be given to Pride (Inside)–who are donating equally among six amazing organizations such as, Black Aids Institute, Black Trans Advocacy Coalition, RAICES, SAGE, The Bail Project, and Black Visions Collective. Donate $20 or more? Send Aeronaut your receipt and they’ll hook you up with a free small pour of beer once the taproom doors open! The event will be broadcasted on Aeronaut’s FB page and therefore registration is not required but they appreciate all donations!  

Sunday, June 21st
10 Things To Do In Boston Under The “New Normal” – Not sure what to do for Father’s day? As Massachusetts reopens under a 4-Phase plan, activities & experiences around Boston are slowly returning under what is being dubbed the “new normal.” Everyday things to do that were once taken for granted—e.g. kayaking, patio dining, farmers markets—are now Boston’s biggest attractions. Hit the link above for 10 mostly-outdoor activities you can do in Boston right now.

Kayak and Stand-Up Paddleboard Rentals on the Charles River – Community Boating Boston is ready to safely offer 2-hour rentals for their sit-on-top kayaks and stand-up paddleboards Wednesday-Sunday! Rentals are $30 per person and must be booked in advance. Face coverings must be worn on the dock at all times and must be brought by the renter/member! Availability is limited; there are currently 4 slots per 15 minute period. Please arrive on time! Renters/members will need to feel comfortable getting in and out of the boat without assistance. Double kayaks hold 2 people, and must be part of the same household. (2 Tickets.) Their kayaks are sit-on-top kayaks. You WILL get wet…dress accordingly.

Best, Joe 

Joe Schutt

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Virtual City Happenings: June 12th, 13th & 14th

June 12th, 13th & 14th 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, June 12th
Online Class: Making Pasta from Scratch at Home (7pm-9pm) – Take the leap into making pasta from scratch in this online class. You’ll learn about the various flours and different hydrations. We’ll cut different styles of long and short pasta with a pasta machine or by hand. We also will delve into filled pasta including different styles of ravioli. We’ll also talk about how to buy a machine and how to take care of it after use. Q&A is always welcome. You are welcome to make pasta along in this online class or just watch and learn. The list of ingredients needed will be sent prior to the class along with the Zoom link. Instructor: Diane Manteca. 

Virtual Wine & Dance Night (7:30pm) – We’ll pair 4 popular dances with 4 popular wines, for a flight of wine & dancing! Come find out how each wine matches with its associated dance, and to get grooving with some fun dance moves! Join with your quarantine partner, roommate, family members across town, happy hour girlfriends group, or bourbon buddies and learn the most popular dances, practice them in your living room or on the deck, and have a completely awesome time! Enjoy professional instruction in several different dances, student spotlights, and a professional show! And stay tuned for details on which wines to bring to the evening if you’d like to sample along with us! Singles, couples, and groups welcome! No prior dance experience required! 

Saturday, June 13th
Yoga in the Beer Garden (10am-11am) – Join virtually at Remnant Brewery for Yoga in the Beer Garden! Before “social distancing” rules ensued, classes were held outdoors on the brewery’s private patio or conveniently in the Tap Room if the weather was not agreeable. Until we can officially and safely accommodate a smaller class on the premises, you can join in on Zoom and catch a unique vibe streaming live straight from Remnant! The brewery is nestled within Bow Market which houses 30+ independent food, art, and retail shops around a public courtyard in the heart of Union Square. After virtual class, you can physically come on by the brewery to pick up fresh beer, coffee, as well as many other items included within the Market’s “Safe Supply” outdoor grocery store! Start your Saturday off nicely with wellness for your body and mind and support local! ALL experience levels are welcome to attend this hour-long Power Yoga flow, including a segment of challenging core work and an energetic playlist. 

Windows of Harvard: Art From Our Community – A public art event that is free and viewable from a safe social distance in the windows of the buildings at Harvard or as a virtual gallery on the website. Also available on the website is a map for locating the artwork — plus info about the project, the artists and the buildings. More than 250 artworks were created by 70+ artists of all levels throughout the Harvard community as part of this project. While many within the Harvard community are separated from the physical campus and some of our buildings are empty, this exhibition aims to enliven and fill those spaces with large-scale displays of art. This exhibition is presented by the Office for the Arts at Harvard and Harvard Common Spaces.  

Sunday, June 14th
Explore the Gardner’s Stolen Art – It’s a familiar story by now: in the early morning hours of March 18, 1990, a pair of thieves disguised as Boston police officers entered the Gardner Museum and stole 13 works of art. But what more do we know of these works? How did they become a part of Isabella Gardner’s collection, and how they were taken? Step inside to learn more.

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: June 6th & 7th

June 6th & 7th, 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, June 6th
Roslindale Village Grab-and-Go Farmers Market (9am-1:30pm) – Farmers markets remain essential in Massachusetts for healthy produce and food access. It may even be a safer option to shop outside at your local farmers market. Although we are still amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, our market will continue to start in Adams Park on June 6th with new safety guidelines in place. The Roslindale Village Main Street (RVMS) Farmers Market is committed to serving the community and local farmers and businesses. The RVMS Farmers Market will be open provided that we can operate safely and in the best interest of public health, following the City of Boston’s Farmers Market Guide and the Boston Public Health Commission. 

“Together We Care” Virtual Gala Benefiting The YMCA Of Greater Boston Hosted By Lenny Clarke (7pm-10pm) – The YMCA of Greater Boston is presenting the “Together We Care” Virtual Gala on Saturday, June 6 at 7:00 p.m. Attendees are invited to celebrate becoming stronger together as a community, participate in a raffle and bid on auction items, all from the comfort of their own home. The Gala will stream on the YMCA’s Facebook Live and benefit the YMCA of Greater Boston COVID-19 response and recovery efforts, supporting youth and families in our community. Tickets to the Virtual Gala are free, but guests are encouraged to pre-register here.  

Sunday, June 7th
Standing United: Exploring Healing and Allyship in Times of Pain – Livestream (5pm-6:30pm) – Trauma (due to racism, sexism, homophobia/transphobia, anti-semitism, etc.), whether directly or vicariously experienced, has both physiological and psychological implications.This workshop moves beyond providing information about those implications towards an exploration of how individuals can embark on their own journey towards healing. We will discuss how to use the practices of yoga to observe the impact of trauma on one’s narration of life, to exercise agency in the construction of their narrative, and to utilize inherent/aligning skills to reclaim one’s grounding. Allies are challenged in this discussion to cultivate a willingness to move past their own sense of shame, guilt, and privilege in order to show up to truth.

Esplanade Virtual 5K Presented by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts – In this uncertain time, the Esplanade has served as a much needed respite for people to walk, bike, run, and breathe fresh air. It has never been a more valuable resource than it has for the last two months. Now, you can support the park by running in a Virtual 5K hosted by the Esplanade Association! Register for the Esplanade Virtual 5K Presented by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts and your race entry will benefit the ongoing care and upkeep of the Esplanade! Running helps reduce stress and provides a free way to improve cardiovascular fitness and strengthen bones. Whether you are running along the Esplanade, or anywhere else in the world, we hope you’ll join our virtual community!

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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