City Happenings: February 1st & 2nd

February 1st & 2nd, 2020 is an event filled weekend around Boston! Check out some of this weeks #cityhappenings going on in and around the city..

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Saturday, February 1st
•Calling all pizza and Tuscan Kitchen lovers! To kick off this month, Chef Maharjan will host back to back sessions on crafting the perfect pizza at the Tuscan Kitchen in Seaport. The first sessions goes from 1-2PM and is focused on creating the perfect breakfast pizza. The second session goes from 1:30-2:30PM and is focused on more traditional style pizzas. This is a hands on learning experience where your final product will also be your meal!

•The most adorable sporting event of the year, Puppy Bowl is coming to Seaport! It will feature a pup sized stadium, tailgate games, giveaways and more. Adoptable dogs from New Life for Paws will duke it out; Team Ruff vs Team Fluff. Stop by Polkadog, a pet shop/bakery that only sells natural, handcrafted treats for dogs where 15% of sales will go towards the New Life for Paws organization.

Sunday, February 2nd
• Have you had the chance to explore Boston’s China town? If not, this Sunday is a perfect opportunity because from 10am-3pm the Chinese New Year Parade  is taking place! This event will feature a traditional celebration with martial artists and Lion Dancers. This years parade is in celebration of the year of the Rat.

• On the hunt for a place where you and your team can watch the Super Bowl together this Sunday? Consider meeting up at The Smoke Shop BBQ in Kendal Square for the Super Bowl BBQ Bash  They are preparing a really awesome setup complete with big screen tv’s, a state-of-the-art surround sound system, loaded BBQ buffet, and are partnering with Knob Creek & Shiner Bock to provide a few different beer options to go along with their fully loaded bar.

Best, Joe 

Joe Schutt

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City Happenings January 25th & 26th

January 25th & 26th, 2020 is an event filled weekend around Boston! Check out some of this weeks #cityhappenings going on in and around the city..

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Saturday, January 18th
•Are you a pizza lover? IF so, Boston Pizza Tour will take you on an adventure through the North End which includes stopping for three different pizza slices all while exploring Bostons oldest neighborhoods. Five Freedom Trail sites are covered along a 1 mile walking route. Come hungry for Bostons cheesiest food tour!

•Looking to getaway from the city this weekend? The Boston Night Tubing & Brewery Bus Dinner Trip is an all inclusive adventure that sounds like a great date or family activity. First you will board a party bus in Cambridge that is bound for a snow tubing hill where you’ll cruise down under the lights for an hour or two. If you get cold, no worries- there is a lodge onsite with food and a bar. Then, you’ll hop on over to a local brewery for dinner (included) and the chance to buy a beer or two before boarding the bus back to Boston.

Sunday, January 26th

• Harpoon Brewery is putting on an event Sunday morning called Beer Flights and Donut Bites  at the Harpoon Beer Hall in the Seaport. Union Square Donuts is creating a selection of mini donuts (including an event exclusive donut) to enjoy alongside your choice of one of three pre-selected beer flights. Sounds like a great way to kick off a Sunday!

• If your Sundays are for indulging, T.C. Scoops is back in the taproom with a pop-up sundae bar. The Ice Cream Sundae Bar Pop Up!  is at the Bone Up Brewing Company and will have a build your own sundae station as well as beer floats all afternoon. If ice cream and beer doesn’t sound like the perfect Sunday than I don’t know what does..!

Best, Joe 

Joe Schutt

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City Happenings: January 18th & 19th

January 18th & 19th, 2020 is an event filled weekend around Boston! Check out some of this weeks #cityhappenings going on in and around the city..

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Saturday, January 18th
•Head to the Franklin Park Zoo for the Lunar “Zoo” Year Celebration. The Tropical Forest will be festively decorated in celebration of the year of the rat! You will have the opportunity to learn about some of the rodents that live at the park and can even test your hand at crafting a traditional Chinese lantern. At noon there will be a performance by the Imperial Lion Dance Team!

•Looking for a fun alcohol related activity to do with friends in Boston this weekend? Check out the Cozy AF Pajama Brunch at Lansdowne Pub from 11am- 4pm! Jump straight out of bed and into the pub… Also do not forget to rock your favorite Jam Jams and automatically win a free party.

Sunday, January 19th

• Considering it is MLK Day Weekend and you may have work off Monday, we figure it is fair game to recommend another bar event! The ‘Merica All Day Party at Lorettas Last Call  is an all day event with a great itinerary of fun things to do throughout the day; Sunday, January 19th • 10:30am-1am • Brunch served 10:30am-4pm • Line Dancing at 7pm-9pm • Live music at 12pm & 10pm • Specialty themed cocktails • Giveaways

• If you are considering donating to support those affected by the Australian wild fires, Midnight Runners is hosting the Boston Relief Run:  a global virtual run held to support the Australian Red Cross: Disaster Relief and Recovery Fund. The run itself is open to everyone and does not require registration, but it is highly encouraged that you officially sign up and donate the $50 registration fee. 100% of your fee will will go to the relief fund.

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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