NAMASTE AT BLOOMIE'S
Join us for an exclusive FLOW yoga class hosted by Life Time Athletic before the store opens, and discover the latest active wear styles for the season! After the class, mix, mingle & enjoy light bites while you browse the active shop at Bloomingdale’s. The first 20 guests to arrive will receive a gift bag. Plus, receive a Lifetime Athletic pass for you and a friend with any active wear purchase.* Class is BYOYM (Bring Your Own Yoga Mat). *One per customer, while supplies last.
When: Mar 24, 2018 8:30AM in Chestnut Hill, MA
The Shops at Chestnut Hill to Host "Muppet Babies" - themed Disney Junior Play Date Event
2:30 – 4:00P.M., SUNDAY, MARCH 25, 2018The Shops at Chestnut Hill invites the community to a "Muppet Babies"-themed Disney Junior Play Date event on March 25th in Center Court. Aimed to entertain and delight children of all ages.Premiering March 23, Disney Junior's reimagined "Muppet Babies" chronicles the hilarious playroom antics of the young Kermit the Frog, Piggy, Fozzie Bear, Gonzo, Animal and brand-new Muppet Baby, Summer Penguin. Under the watchful eye of Miss Nanny, the Muppet Babies use their imaginations to embark on countless adventures that take them to the farthest corners of the universe and demonstrate to young viewers the power and potential of imaginative play.During the "Muppet Babies"-themed Disney Junior Play Date event, families will participate in a variety of activities including a Color Bingo Game, craft projects, Dole fruit samples, face painting and balloon animals (while supplies last). This event does not include live character appearances.In October 2017, Simon announced its exciting new family programming collaboration with Disney Junior, which includes the Disney Junior Play Dates, ongoing events taking place throughout the year at 100 shopping centers across the country. The Disney Junior Play Dates events will be featured throughout the year and include on-mall activities around Holiday, Easter and other seasonal celebrations.
When: Mar 25, 2018 2:30PM to Mar 25, 2018 4pm in Chestnut Hill, MA
Breaking Ground: Filmmaker Valery Lyman Returns to the Waterworks Museum
The Metropolitan Waterworks Museum, the nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of Boston’s industrial and engineering legacy, is again remounting Valery Lyman’s documentary work Breaking Ground: An Immersive Meditation on the Oilfields of North Dakota on the evenings of March 28-29 and April 5-7, 2018, at 7pm. Drawn from four years of close observation, documentary artist Valery Lyman exposes the cycles of opportunity and destruction in the Bakken oil shale region. From the oil rigs to the strip clubs, Lyman’s richly textured anthropological account looks unflinchingly at the industry and the American migrant workers at the heart of a global phenomenon. The boomtowns of the past, built on the backs of miners and loggers of the 19th century, give way to the new boomtowns, filled with the technology and big dreams of the 21st century. While the infrastructure of extraction has changed, the themes of optimism, hard labor, risk, and loneliness are a constant over more than 200 years of living the American experience. The visual and audio collage planned for the Waterworks Museum will provide a unique, historical setting for exploring that question. Using the raw surfaces of steel, iron, and brick, Lyman’s images will be projected on to the towering 19th century engines and archways of the Museum, accompanied by the sounds and voices of the North Dakota communities embedded in an unforgiving, industrial landscape. This 20-channel installation invites the viewer to wander and explore this world for themselves. This spring, the immersive installation will be on view from 7pm to 10pm over five nights. The event is open to the public. Special event admission is $12 per person. Discounted $10 tickets will also be available at the Museum door for students, seniors, and Waterworks members. The Museum is located at 2450 Beacon Street, Boston, in the Cleveland Circle neighborhood at the end of the Green Line. Ride sharing accessible. Parking is limited. For more information, please contact the Waterworks at (617) 277-0065, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or via the website at www.WaterworksMuseum.org. Connect with us on Facebook and Twitter @MetroWaterworks.
When: Mar 28, 2018 7pm in Chestnut Hill, MA
Asian Street Food Night Market
The Dealmoon Boston team is working with Boston ProSound to bring you this authentic Asian Street Food Night Market experience at Pine Manor College in Chestnut Hill! 10 local vendors will be cooking and serving over 20 different kinds of Asian dishes and snacks, including Peking duck, Chinese crepes, Uyghur lamb kebab, bubble tea and more! Vendors include the popular WuEr BBQ, Silk Road Uyghur Cuisine, Ichiban, Gochi, Double Chin, Shaking Crab. This will be the fourth Asian Street Food Night Market in the Greater Boston Area. Past events in Allston attracted over 1500 people. Attendees will be enjoying a wide range of authentic Asian street food and beverages available for purchase. We are excited to be hosting it in Chestnut Hill as we look forward to meeting you all. Please note that tickets are exclusively sold online. No ticket will be available for purchase on site. Location: Pine Manor College 400 Heath St. Chestnut Hill, MA 02467 Time: Sat. March 31st 8PM-12AM (last entrance at 11:30PM) Each ticket includes a free Asian beverage on us! The event is outdoor and there are limited parking onsite. Please bring cash accordingly to purchase foods. Follow us on Facebook to learn more about this event! https://www.facebook.com/DealmoonBoston/ About Us Dealmoon operates the leading social shopping community for Chinese expats around the world and is the largest Chinese-American blog with a developing Influencer network. Global consumer brands work with Dealmoon to reach the Chinese-language shopper. In 2016 alone, Chinese shoppers engaged with Dealmoon more than one billion times from the U.S., Canada, Australia, Japan, Korea, France, Germany, Italy, and Spain as well as China. Dealmoon now has expanded to local cities around the globe to promote the local shopping and dining services and provide our users with convenient shopping experiences. 中文用户请下载北美省钱快报APP，打开周边优惠进行购票，感谢您的配合！（For Mandarin-users only, please download the Dealmoon APP for purchasing tickets, Thank you!）
When: Mar 31, 2018 8pm in Chestnut Hill, MA
BC bOp! Annual Robsham Concert
BC bOp!, Boston College’s premiere instrumental and vocal jazz ensemble, presents its annual showcase at the Robsham Theater, delivering an exciting selection of big band and vocal jazz, latin, and funk! The high-energy program shines a spotlight on BC’s talented students. Tickets on sale at www.bc.edu/tickets. Visit www.bc.edu/bands for more information on BC bOp! or contact email@example.com.Concert: Saturday, April 7, 2018Time: 8:00pm-10:30pmTickets: $15 General Admission
When: Apr 7, 2018 8pm to Apr 7, 2018 10:30PMin Chestnut Hill, MA
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When: Apr 20, 2018 12am in Chestnut Hill, MA
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Sarah Davachi + Katarina Miljkovic
Non-Event presents Experimental Music in the Great Engines Hall featuring new works by Sarah Davachi and Katarina Miljkovic, performed in the unique acoustics of the Metropolitan Waterworks Museum. Doors: 7:30pm | Music: 8pm ABOUT THE ARTISTS SARAH DAVACHI is a Canadian composer of electronic and electroacoustic music, currently based in Los Angeles where she is a doctoral student in musicology. She also holds a master’s degree in electronic music and recording media from Mills College in Oakland, California, where she studied with Maggi Payne and James Fei. Her compositional projects are primarily concerned with disclosing the delicate psychoacoustics of intimate aural spaces, utilizing extended durations and simple harmonic structures that emphasize subtle variations in overtone complexity and natural resonances. The instrumentation she employs is varied, including analog synthesizers, electric and acoustic pipe organs, piano, orchestral strings, and woodwinds, with mutual idioms often layered in textural counterpoint. Her work as a researcher concerns aspects of organology, archival study, and phenomenology. Since 2007, Davachi has also had the unique opportunity to work for the National Music Centre in Canada as an interpreter and content developer of their collection of acoustic and electronic keyboard instruments. Recent recordings include 2017’s All My Circles Run on Students of Decay and 2016’s Vergers on Important Records. KATARINA MILJKOVIC is a Boston-based composer who investigates the interaction between science, music and nature through collaborative musical performance. This interest led her to the mathematician Benoit Mandelbrot’s essay “The Fractal Geometry of Natur”e and self-similar complex structures resulting in the cycle, Forest, “a dreamy piece, along the lines of Feldman or Brown, entirely captivating” (Signal to Noise). Her generative music has been described as “a refined, hypnotic dream” (Danas), “a work of musical and visual slow-motion with only a few delicately elaborated musical metaphors” (Radio Belgrade), and “ambient tone poem… that moved hypnotically through the sonic frame” (Lucid Culture). This program is supported in part by a grant from the Boston Foundation, as well as grants from the Boston Cultural Council and the Brookline Commission for the Arts, local agencies which are funded by the MA Cultural Council. It is also presented with the generous support of WZBC 90.3 FM.
When: Apr 20, 2018 8pm in Chestnut Hill, MA
The theme of this year’s conference is “Bringing People Together.” Let’s celebrate an exchange of ideas in the spirit of having a positive impact on those inside and outside our own communities.
When: Apr 22, 2018 10am in Chestnut Hill, MA
20th Annual Boston College Arts Festival
Every year, the Boston College Arts Festival brings the Boston College and surrounding communities together to celebrate the arts. In 2017, the 19th annual Arts Festival once again invited the community to experience the variety of arts at Boston College firsthand. A talented group of more than 1,000 student and faculty artists presented music, theater, dance, poetry, film, painting, sculpture, and more.
Over 16,500 people yearly attend the Annual Boston College Arts Festival – participating in art demonstrations, enjoying music, dance and theatre performances, browsing through art exhibitions, listening to literary readings, and appreciating films. The Arts Festival never fails to be one of the most vibrant and exciting events at Boston College.When:
Apr 26, 2018 12pm in Chestnut Hill, MA