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ABCD Mystic Valley Opportunity Center - Basic Technology Corps
Sponsored by: Tech Goes Home
Minimum age: 18
Join Boston Cares and Tech Goes Home for a fun, community-based TGH working with seniors. The class is a great opportunity for volunteers looking to give back and share their knowledge! Volunteers will working one on one with students to help build basic technology skills. About ABDC Mystic Volley O . . .

When: Apr 24, 2018 3pm in Everett, MA
DTR Presents: The Brew Chef Project with The Gallery - W Hotel
The Bay State is in the middle of a culinary renaissance. It wasn’t long ago that a basket of greasy fried clams was the pinnacle of MA cuisine. Now it seems like every town and city in the Commonwealth has an upscale eatery with the chops to stand up to the best, and Down The Road wants in on the action. Introducing: The Brew Chef Project. Each month, DTR will host a special dinner presented by renowned local chefs, and we’re kicking off with a big one: Toro vs. Little Donkey. The Brew Chef Project If you have ever been to a Down The Road beer dinner, you know the pleasure of a well-chosen course - tart sours and juicy burgers, complex IPAs and hot curries and, of course, rich stouts and dark chocolate. Nothing is better than a well-paired nosh, and we honestly can’t get enough of them (check our events calendar - the proof is in the pudding). But this got us thinking, what happens if we go deeper on this concept? The Brew Chef Project puts our monthly featured chef behind our brewhouse control panel to craft their own custom beer. The chef’s beer will take center stage alongside a selection of DTR classics as each beer is paired with a unique, catered course for our esteemed guests. Round Two Chef Derek Barragan from The Gallery at The W Hotel will be joining us on April 24th with a creative and mouth-watering menu that will surprise and delight your palate. Chef Derek, along with food and beverage manager Maurice Rodriguez, teamed up with Down The Road head brewer Donovan Bailey to create a Triple IPA that will be paired with the final dish of the night. Those lucky enough to have secured tickets will enjoy that and three other courses paired with a diverse lineup of our beers. Guests are encouraged to vote on their favorite dish combination; the winning course will be announced at the end of the night.  Looking Ahead Down The Road has booked a different chef for every last Tuesday for the rest of the year. The list is filled with all sorts of folk, from James Beard recipients to lifetime restaurant veterans to upstart visionaries with dreams of greatness. We want to provide an arena to showcase the many culinary gems that have sprouted across the state, and we invite all of you to join us for what promises to be a celebration of flavor like no other. Check our list of upcoming Brew Chefs for a taste of things to come.

When: Apr 24, 2018 7pm in Everett, MA
MBG Pint Nite @ Night Shift Brewing
Thursday - April 26, 2018 @ 11am

Where: Night Shift Brewing, Everett, MA

Submitted by: MassBrewersGuild



When: Apr 26, 2018 11am in Everett, MA
Artisan Pasta Dinner w/Seven Hills Pasta Co.
We are excited to welcome Seven Hills Pasta Co. to our taproom for a fancy pasta dinner! Made from scratch, locally-sourced ingredients, all that fun stuff. Plus beer! BONE UP BREWING COMPANY // A Small Brewery Making Beer For Your Mouth in Scenic Everett, MA. Bone Up Brewing is the Boston area's smallest brewery! Husband-and-wife brewing duo Jared and Liz Kiraly crank out fresh new beer every week from their 3-barrel nano brewery and taproom. Inspired by old-school Belgian farmhouse brewing while celebrating American styles, their ales combine the heart and soul from each of these beloved beer cultures. Four year round beers are always available, but the gears of Bone Up are always turning, so you can expect an ever-changing array of one offs, seasonal releases, and experimental batches.  Located in the heart of Everett's budding Fermentation District, the taproom is open Wednesday through Sunday and features full pours, flights, and growlers from ten rotating tap lines. In addition to a weekly cask, the taproom hosts games and an ongoing series of food vendors and pop ups. Outside of the occasional tasting, the best place to find Bone Up is right at the source!  Bone Up Brewing Company, 38 Norman Street, Everett, MA Taproom Hours: Wed 3-11, Thu-Sat 12-11, Su 12-8 www.boneup.beer // @boneupbrewing

When: Apr 27, 2018 6pm in Everett, MA
4th Annual FSI Foundation For Autism Race...

_ The 4th Annual FSI Foundation For Autism Race:



When: Apr 29, 2018 12am in Everett, MA
The Ghostly Chanteuse: Mouthpieces, The Vocal Music of Erin Gee
At The Ghostly Chanteuse presented by Original Gravity, you'll experience the other-worldly Mouthpiece vocal compositions of Erin Gee in the unique, fantastical environs of Down the Road Beer taproom in Everett. Bring your imagination, as nothing can exactly prepare you for this synergy of inspired craft beer and inspirational modern performance artistry. Additionally, DTR Brewmaster Donovan will be crafting a one-night only specialty beer to pair with the concert, inspired by Erin's music.Erin Gee is composer in faculty at Brandeis. Through her Mouthpiece series she has created an ephemeral world that expands the possibilities of the voice, leaves behind the constrictive structure of language, and replaces histrionic female vocals with a virtuosic mouth and a tabula rasa for an emotional palate. Erin Gee presents a set of voluptuous enigmas – a taxonomy of finely-etched utterances devoid of meaning; an orderly syntax of sounds that vaporizes fixed forms; an aesthetic environment that feels at once extraterrestrial and uncannily familiar.Down the Road is one of the fastest growing craft breweries in the Greater Boston area, with a roster of unique and inspired beers. Their taproom sports not only a diverse array of beer styles, they also have an extensive old-style pinball arcade! Bring quarters.

When: May 3, 2018 7pm to May 3, 2018 9:30PMin Everett, MA
Cost: Tickets to Original Gravity’s THE GHOSTLY CHANTEUSE are $15, on sale now. Student and senior tickets available for $10 with valid ID.https://www.eventbrite.com/e/44459159543
The Ghostly Chanteuse: Mouthpieces, The Vocal Music of Erin Gee

At The Ghostly Chanteuse presented by Original Gravity, you’ll experience the other-worldly Mouthpiece vocal compositions of Erin Gee in the unique, fantastical environs of Down the Road Beer taproom in Everett. Bring your imagination, as nothing can exactly prepare you for this synergy of inspired craft beer and inspirational modern performance artistry. Additionally, DTR Brewmaster Donovan will be crafting a one-night only specialty beer to pair with the concert, inspired by Erin’s music.

Erin Gee is composer in faculty at Brandeis. Through her Mouthpiece series she has created an ephemeral world that expands the possibilities of the voice, leaves behind the constrictive structure of language, and replaces histrionic female vocals with a virtuosic mouth and a tabula rasa for an emotional palate. Erin Gee presents a set of voluptuous enigmas – a taxonomy of finely-etched utterances devoid of meaning; an orderly syntax of sounds that vaporizes fixed forms; an aesthetic environment that feels at once extraterrestrial and uncannily familiar.

Down the Road is one of the fastest growing craft breweries in the Greater Boston area, with a roster of unique and inspired beers. Their taproom sports not only a diverse array of beer styles, they also have an extensive old-style pinball arcade! Bring quarters.

 



When: May 3, 2018 7pm in Everett, MA
The Ghostly Chanteuse: Erin Gee's Mouthpieces @ Down the Road Brewery
At The Ghostly Chanteuse presented by Original Gravity, you'll experience the other-worldly Mouthpiece vocal compositions of Erin Gee in the unique, fantastical environs of Down the Road Beer Company taproom in Everett. Bring your imagination, as nothing can exactly prepare you for this synergy of inspired craft beer and inspirational modern performance artistry. Additionally, DTR Brewmaster Donovan will be crafting a one-night only specialty beer to pair with the concert, inspired by Erin's music. Erin Gee is composer in faculty at Brandeis. She has created a unique musical style that includes hushed nonverbal sounds supported by subtle instrumental effects to project an intimate sound world, as if she were revealing her innermost but inscrutable feelings. The result is original, powerful, and haunting. Down the Road is one of the fastest growing craft breweries in the Greater Boston area, with a roster of unique and inspired beers. Their taproom sports not only a diverse array of beer styles, they also have an extensive old-style pinball arcade! Bring quarters.

When: May 3, 2018 7pm in Everett, MA
Yoga at the Brewery
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with a spicy yoga class and a side of Bone Up's best brews! Stretch, strengthen and relax during this all-levels 60-minute vinyasa-based yoga class, followed by a flight of awesome beers brewed up by the Bone Up Brewing team! Each session will be led by experienced yoga teacher Cyndi Roy Gonzalez, known for her fun and upbeat classes set to a killer playlist.  Session is limited to 12 participants. Please bring a yoga mat.  Sign up to reserve your spot. This event will sell out!   FAQs   Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? Must be 21   Will there be beer?  YES! Will there be food?  Bone Up has awesome snacks available for purchase. What can I bring into the event? Yourself, a yoga mat, a towel and a willigness to have fun! I've never done yoga - am I going to be OK?  Yes! The classes are designed for all levels with modifications offered for various poses! How can I contact the organizer with any questions? balancedrun@gmail.com  What's the refund policy? Tickets are non-refundable but can be transferred to a friend. 

When: May 5, 2018 10:30AM in Everett, MA
12 Hour Lock-Down: Art Challenge

During this event, 6-8 artists will be challenged to participate in a 12-hour art-making marathon. Guests are invited to watch the creative process unfold as artists are given different challenges, mediums, and materials throughout the day. Artists are allowed 30min. breaks every 2 hours and are provided with food & beverages. Artists not following the format can/will “tap-out” of the challenge. Guests are given supplies and their own 36ft x 10ft wall and will be encouraged to create and collaborate. This time-lapsed recorded event showcases how emotional making art is, how limit-pushing can help breakthroughs, and how digging deep into the psyche can result in an intense process.

 



When: May 5, 2018 12pm in Everett, MA