Weekend Guide: March 22-25
Spend the weekend in Cambridge with our top five must-see events, including a semi-annual restaurant event, a new theater performance, and a hysterical event to add to your calendars.
Dine Out Boston continues for another delicious week in Cambridge. This exciting restaurant event allows locals and visitors an opportunity to sample area restaurants at special prices. Dine at twenty-eight participating restaurants throughout Cambridge for lunch or dinner.
Want to know even more about Dine Out Boston (in Cambridge!)? Our Insider Post, "Everything You Need to Know about Dine Out Boston" has all of the details.
Eat: Participating restaurants for lunch and dinner
Get out of the snow and into the Oberon in Harvard Square this weekend to see their production of Dragon Lady. Traversing fifty years of faulty family memories, this new musical shows what it means to come to America.
See it: Thursday through Saturday
Calling all history buffs! If you love archaeology and history, you’re in luck this Saturday. Head over to the Peabody Museum in Harvard Square this where history will come alive at the Amazing Archaeology Fair.
You’ll have the unique opportunity to meet and hear from Harvard archaeologists and students as they share their research, participate in hands-on-activities and see demonstrations on ancient and up-to-date technologies.
See it: 1-4p
This Saturday attend a Women’s History Walk at Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge. On the walking tour titled “Nevertheless She Persisted: Fighting Discrimination Against Women,” volunteer docents and Mount Auburn staff will share stories of the women that they admire the most to celebrate Women’s History Month.
Tour it: 1p
Brunch is always a good idea, especially when there is music involved. Now, you can have the best of both at Club Passim.
Every Sunday from 10:15a through 1:30p, enjoy classic brunch dishes like brioche french toast and a black bean eggs benedict while listening to music from Passim’s mainstage talent.
Brunch it: Sundays from 10:15-1:30p
MARK YOUR CALENDARS...
Mark your calendars for some quality time laughing next Thursday evening. The oldest and biggest comedy theater in the New England will be taking over the Museum of Science’s Charles Hayden Planetarium for a completely improvised adult-only comedy show.
See it: 7:30p