Make traditional Taiwanese-American dumplings with the Happy Chef Patty Chen, owner of the Dumpling Room in Cambridge. Learn to make five different shapes and stuff them with two different fillings. Light bites/tapas will be served to start the evening, and of course, you can eat your creations afterward. The Dumpling Making Party will be Thursday, Apr 11, 2019 6:00p – 8:30pm at The Windsor Inn, Cambridge.
Since 2007, the Cambridge Science Festival has been making science accessible, interactive and fun. This multifaceted, multicultural event highlights the impact of science, technology, engineering, art, and math in all our lives. Create a kinetic sculpture, learn to play native Balinese musical instruments, or join a science game night! Events will be held at the MIT Museum, the Harvard Museum of Natural History, the Museum of Science and other Cambridge locations from April 12 – 21, 2019.
Get happy at the Happy Place, a pop-up experience filled with one of a kind installations and multi-sensory immersive rooms. Each of the 12 rooms in this exhibit are filled with unusual attractions, like a yellow tub surrounded by hundreds of rubber ducks, a bedroom designed to look like it’s been turned upside down, the Confetti Dome, and a room filled with 40 thousand flowers. This all-ages attraction, which is traveling around the US, starts its two-month stay in Boston on April 5…
Enjoy a six-course dinner with scotch pairings from Macallan and Highland Park, at The Menton, Barbara Lynch’s modern eatery in Fort Point, Tuesday, Mar. 26 at 6 pm. The Macallan at Menton invites guests to begin with a welcome cocktail featuring The Macallan Gold before sitting down to a luxurious tasting menu crafted by Chef de Cuisine Lucas Sousa and Pastry Chef Giselle Miller to expertly showcase the versatility of single malt scotch.
For one night only, on March 19, AIDS Action brings together more than 40 of the South End’s finest restaurants for a delicious evening of bite-sized noshes, live cooking demonstrations, a silent auction, as well as wine tastings and beer sampling. Taste of the South End benefits AIDS Action which is New England’s largest provider of services to people living with HIV/AIDS.
The MFA has just launched its first ever Frida Kahlo exhibit. It tightly focuses on Kahlo’s lasting engagements with arte popular, exploring how her passion for objects such as decorated ceramics, embroidered textiles and children’s toys shaped her own artistic practice. A selection of Kahlo’s paintings is displayed alongside contemporaneous examples of influential Mexican Popart.
Written and directed by the parody icon Gerard Alessandri, this Hamilton spoof has become a crowd favorite. “Spamilton” is back in Boston by popular demand. Lin-Manuel is rumored to have seen the show multiple times and has encouraged his entire cast to do so as well. The show is running until April 7th at the Calderwood Pavilion in the Southend. “Smart, Silly and convulsively funny.”
Looking for a thoughtful and relaxing way to cap off your date night? Head over to Sky Bar at Yotel Boston and order the Valentine’s Day special Chocolate Fondue while you enjoy extraordinary skyline views from the terrace.
The Loop is a new interactive art exhibit in the One Seaport Courtyard. The display features six illuminated, moving cylinders which play music and animations. Take a seat in these giant circular structures, pump the handlebar, and watch a story unfold. Beautiful images inspired by fairy tales come to life in an animation that is visible from inside or outside The Loop.