The Strand turns 93! Nov. 11

Celebrate the Strand Theatre's 93rd birthday! The event will happen on Friday, November 11th, from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. It will feature a musical artist showcase, scavenger hunt, birthday cake tribute, and more! The event is free of cost. Read on to learn more about what's happening at the event. >> Read More

4th Sunday Tea Dance @ Savin Bar & Kitchen!

On October 30th, Rainbow on the Bridge will be presenting the monthly Tea Dance at Savin Bar & Kitchen! The event will be from 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. every 4th Sunday of the month. There will be free giveaways to the first 25 people. There will also be free appetizers! Savin Bar & Kitchen is located at 112 Savin Hill Avenue, between Tuttle Street and Midland Street. For more information, visit Savin Bar & Kitchen's website!

Markets of New England Dinner Nov. 8

Check out a Book Dinner at Tavolo as it plays host to the Author of Markets of New England, Christine Chitnis, of Providence, RI. The event will be on Tuesday, November 8 at 7 p.m., and will feature a cornucopia of local food with an Italian accent! Tavolo chefs Chris Douglass and Nuno Alves will present a three course prix five menu of foods from Boston's urban farm markets to herald the arrival of the book at area bookstores. The book highlights the best of what you can find at 50 artisan and farmers markets from all over New England.

Read on to see the menu for the evening at Tavolo, Dorchester’s Farm Market-Driven Restaurant! >> Read More

Welcoming the Howard Art Project! Oct. 21

Howard Art ProjectA brand new gallery is here in Dorchester, just in time for open studios! Howard Art Project, located at 1486 Dorchester Avenue, will be having an opening reception for their first show on Friday, October 21 in step with Dorchester Open Studios. The show, "Hot for Teacher," explores art that incorporates teaching into its subject matter. Howard Art Project is located near the Fields Corner T station on the Red Line. Check it out on the internet at

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The Kitchen is open from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. Friday through Saturday, and holds brunch on Sundays from noon - 3 p.m. and dinner from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. The bar is open from 3 p.m. to close Monday through Thursday, and 3 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday and Saturday, and from noon - 9 p.m. on Sunday.



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Dorchester, MA 02125
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The ART show @ St. Mark's Oct. 23

On Sunday, Oct. 23, ARTiculation will be taking over St. Mark's School for The ART Show 2011. St. Mark's is one of many schools that have been shut down in the city due to budget cuts. It is now an after-school program center. In light of this, bring your books and canned goods to ARTiculation's mini ART Block Party! Books will be donated to the center, and canned goods will go to the Boston food bank. Visual ARTists are the stars of the show. The show will feature live art, musical performances, comedy, and a unique art gallery.

St. Marks is one of the many schools that have been shut down in the city due to budget cuts and is now an after school program center. In light of this ARTiculation will be asking for your books and canned goods! All books will be donated to the center and canned goods will go to the Boston food bank.

Admission is $5 or a book or canned good. Check out the event on facebook here!

Boston Book Festival Oct. 15

Boston Book FestivalOn Saturday, October 15, the 3rd Annual Boston Book Festival is happening in Copley Square! Swing by for discussions, workshops, events for kids and teens, readings and more. Anyone attending is due to find something new and exciting to enjoy. Participate in events with topics that range from spoken word to crime fiction, visit exhibitors from small presses and magazines to colleges and universities, try some amazing food, see some influential people in the literary world. And, its all free! To find out more, visit the website at

Opening Our Doors Day! Oct. 10

On Opening Our Doors Day, 22 institutions that make up the Fenway Alliance and 30 community partner organizations welcome others to participate in an enormous array of free activities for everyone and anyone!

The day will include music events, explorations, art events, dance performances, plus theater, film, and hands-on workshops - it is Boston’s largest single day of free arts and cultural events! There will definitely be something for everyone. Participating institutions will include: >> Read More

Bound: An Art Exhibition Opening Oct. 16

Hancock 309Join Hancock 309 at the opening reception of 'Bound,' a show featuring individual works and a collaborative installation by William Enrique Osorio and Sarah Butler Peck. The event will be on October 16th from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. Visit the event page on facebook here! >> Read More

Music @ the Ashmont Farmers' Market, Sept 30

Enjoy music at the September 30, 2011 Ashmont / Peabody Square Farmers Market!

The Pan United Steel Drum Orchestra will provide the musical theme for the farmers' market this Friday, performing starting at 5 p.m.

Market vendors include Spring Brook Farm of Littleton, Langwater Farm of North Easton, and Dorchester's own Cedar Grove Gardens and Dot-2-Dot Cafe! Representatives from the Dorchester Environmental Health Coalition (DEHC) will also be there as usual, with interesting information and freebies.

The market runs every Friday, 3 - 7 PM through October 14 on the Ashmont Station Plaza. It accepts SNAP/Food Stamp benefits, WIC and Senior Nutrition coupons. SNAP shoppers can get up to $20 worth of veggies at half price through the Boston Bounty Bucks program!

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