Weekend Guide: January 12-15
Spend the weekend in Cambridge, MA with our top five must-see events.
The Cambridge Winter Farmers Market is back for their seventh year of bringing fresh fruits and veggies to Cambridge. Every Saturday now through April 7th, head over to the Cambridge Community Center for local produce and craft vendors.
Shop it: 10a-2p every Saturday
Head on over to Central Square this weekend to see a performance at The Dance Complex by Megan Bascom and Dancers. At this performance, the company will present excerpts of SAID.I.MEANT and their latest work “For Whom.” Dance lovers will fall head over heels for this passionate and decisive works.
See it: Saturday at 8p and Sunday at 7p
Join David’s Tea in Harvard Square for a VIP Tasting event this weekend. At the in-store tasting (happening all day on Saturday and Sunday) you’ll be introduced to their new line of Wellness Teas, including the super powerful Lemon Cayenne Cleanse. If you’re searching for ways to boost your New Year’s resolution, this is a great way.
Because David’s Tea wants everyone to have a happy and healthy new year, they’re giving you a Free Tea of the Day, plus 15% off your next purchase. Simply show the photo below to David’s Tea associate and they’ll hook you up.
See it: All day, 9a-10p
TOUR + HISTORY
Attend a short presentation and walking tour (weather permitting) at Mount Auburn Cemetery this Sunday afternoon to learn about the legacies of groundbreaking jurists and civil rights litigants buried there. You’ll hear the stories of notable supreme court justices, early NAACP leaders, and a plaintiff who helped changed the course of history.
Tour it: 1-2:30p
We usually don’t include Monday events in our Cambridge Weekend Guide, but since this Monday is such a fabulous holiday, how could we NOT include it here?
Join the City of Cambridge on Monday to celebrate the life and legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a discussion featuring music by Véronique Epiter, Christina DeVaughn and members of Cambridge's Episcopal churches, and remarks by Paul Parravano, Co-Director of MIT’s Office of Government and Community Relations. All attendees are invited to join for lunch after the program in the undercroft.
See it: 11a-1:45p
Walk down memory lane with our 2017 Year in Review. Before you make your 2018 resolutions, take a look back at the most exciting events to happen this past year in Cambridge.