Sleepy & Rainy Weekend Guide: Red Sox & Wet Socks

Okay so I woke up at 4 am and no one had any reactions to the game on my Facebook feed. How was that possible? Well clearly my friends don’t have the staying power and we had all gone to sleep before the end of the game. It is rainy and we are tired but the weekend is here nonetheless. Stay home and enjoy a book under a warm blanket, or take a nap and head out to do something.

Catch a Show

Measure for Measure in Russian is an unique Shakespeare production. It feels like the old theatrical experiences with a chorus, simple costumes, a clean set and lighting design but in this century. If you are a fan of theatre, flipping ideas on their head, and Shakespeare then don’t miss it. This weekend is the last opportunity to see it.

Take a trip down memory lane or immerse yourself in 1980’s Los Angeles and have a blast with the cast and crew of Rock of Ages. It’s a giant 1980’s party and you are invited.

Last chance to buy one ticket and get one free with Blue Man Group. To celebrate the Boston Red Sox going to the World Series, Blue Man Group Boston will add Red Sox themed content to their show. The buy one, get one free ticket offer will be available starting is good for shows Oct. 25-28 using promo code: GOSOX.  Tickets can be purchased online at: https://www.blueman.com/boston/buy-tickets

Become a member and take advantage of Haunted Halls at the Museum of Science all weekend 9-5. Come by this weekend to enjoy all the features you love about the Museum with a Halloween twist! This event is free with membership.

Costumes are encouraged (but not required) and we’ll be holding a family-friendly costume contest at 11:45 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday!

Festivities Include: DJ Ooch-hosted dance party each day from 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., Members-only raffle and other special member perks, Halloween-themed versions of the Museum’s popular drop-in activities and live presentations

Save the date

Cambridge community members it is Community Football Day at Harvard. Community Football Day is on Saturday November 3 at Harvard Stadium. The game is free for Cambridge residents—and comes with a voucher for free lunch, too!

Boston Children’s Chorus returns to the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum to perform “Story of Her” on Saturday, Nov. 10 at 1:30 p.m. This concert is all about stories from the female perspective and honoring women through song, Boston Children’s Chorus explores history through a woman’s eyes. Performing on November 10 will be two of the Chorus’s advanced ensembles.

The Concert Series takes place in the Museum’s Calderwood Hall, located at 25 Evans Way in Boston. Tickets, which are required and include Museum admission, may be purchased in advance or at the door.

The City of Boston Mayor’s Mural Crew is teaming up with the Mexican Consulate in Boston and the New Urban Mechanics, to build Boston’s first citywide Day of the Dead altar in Copley Square. They invite you to send photos of loved ones to be displayed on the altar and to visit Copley Square on November 1 – 2, from 12 to 9 p.m., to celebrate Día de Muertos and those whose memories we keep alive.

In conjunction with the celebration in Copley Square, City of Boston’s Latinx Employee Resource Group and the BPL will be screening the Disney/Pixar film “Coco” at the Central Library.

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