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January 2018

Harvard Square Chocolate Festival 2018

January 27

How sweet it is! Cambridge will have you craving sugar at this festival hosted by the Harvard Square Business Association, usually held on the last Saturday of January.  Participating Harvard Square restaurants will offer deals and special menus on chocolate themed appetizers, entrees, desserts (of course!) and even cocktails, and attendees can take part in a free tasting in Brattle Plaza on Saturday with treats from Flour Bakery, Shake Shack, and more. Come hungry and get your fill of the…

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February 2018

LearnLaunch 2018 Ed-Tech Conference at Hynes Center

February 1 - February 2

The 6th Annual LearnLaunch Across Boundaries conference brings thousands of investors, entrepreneurs, education companies, and technology educators from across the country to Boston to examine the most important facets and growth in the digital learning field. Guests will attend seminars and workshops on such issues as the impact of digital learning, policies concerning edtech, and best practices in the classroom. Conference attendees will include representatives from Cornell University, the Michael and Susan Dell Foundation, and Launchpad Venture Group. For more,…

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Art in the Age of the Internet at ICA

February 7 - May 20

Ever wonder how the Internet  has changed the face of art and the inspiration behind it? The ICA delves into this hot-button topic in an exhibit exploring how the internet has molded artists and their creations, including how they’re perceived and how their work is distributed. Art in the Age of the Internet will touch on how social media has been a boon for some artists while it has also made it more difficult to control who uses imagery with…

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Boston Globe Travel Show

February 9 - February 11

Get your imagination running and pick out your next vacation at this annual travel show hosted by the Boston Globe at the Seaport World Trade Center. Partake in travel seminars, groove to live entertainment, snack on food and beverage tastings including a craft beer pavilion with more than 40 breweries, and have access to special rates, offers, and giveaways only available during the show. The weekend is also kid-friendly with character meet and greets and activities for all ages. For…

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43rd Annual Boston SciFi Film Festival in Somerville

February 9 - February 19

Lose yourself in film at this annual festival held at Davis Square’s Somerville Theatre. Festival passes will get you in to see 75 films, and tickets are also available to The Marathon, which will offer documentaries, features, and shorts for 24 hours without a break over February 18 and 19. Attendees can also participate in workshops and see guest speakers throughout the 11-day festival. For more, visit the 43rd Annual Boston SciFi Film Festival website.

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Junior Parents Weekend

February 23 - February 24

Parents, grandparents and siblings can get a taste of life at Harvard during the annual Junior Family Weekend. Family members can sit in on classes and speak with faculty while also making time to take in performances, sporting events, concerts and talks at the university to get a true sense of what their student and fellow classmates experience on a daily basis.  For more, visit Harvard University’s website.

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March 2018

Women Engineers Code (WECode) 2018 at Harvard

March 2 - March 4

Celebrate women in science and mathematics with the annual WeCode event at Harvard. Attend four keynote speeches, panels, lightning talks and workshops during the two-day conference. Learn more about topics like data analytics and social impact technology as well as specific skills like machine printing and doing well in a technical interview while discussing victories and difficulties within the field. For more, visit the WECode site.

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St. Patrick’s Day in Metro Boston

March 17

St. Patrick’s Day takes on special meaning in Boston, a city known for its large Irish population, with parades, festivals, and traditional music. Head to the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade in South Boston on the Sunday closest to the holiday for floats and pipe and drum bands. If you’re looking for more active entertainment, get ready to tap your feet to the Dropkick Murphys as they perform their annual St. Patrick’s Day concert at the House of Blues. We…

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Boston Underground Film Festival at Brattle St. Theater

March 21 - March 25

See film in an entirely new light with the 20th iteration of this festival featuring slightly different and off-kilter films. The film festival began as an all-night film binge by founder David Kleiler and his friend Dima Ballin before the two created something formal. Attendees can watch short, medium-length and feature films throughout the festival. For more, visit the Boston Underground Film Festival website.

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Dragon Lady at the A.R.T. Oberon

March 22 - March 24

Family history takes on a new meaning with this show from Sara Porkalob and directed by Andrew Russell at the prestigious American Repertory Theater’s Oberon Theater. As Grandma Maria’s 75th birthday approaches, she draws one grandchild close to her to share a deep, dark secret about her Filipino gangster past. With humor and heart, Porkalob’s musical gives striking insight into the American immigrant experience. For more, visit the A.R.T.’s site.

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