Monday Nov 20 @ 9:00 AM
Dana-Farber Mammography Van
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute – The Dana-Farber Mammography Van provides digital screening mammography to the women of Greater Boston. To learn more or schedule an appointment, please call: 617-632-1974 or visit: Unable to make one of the scheduled dates? Come in for your mammogram at Dana-Farber's Mammography Suite at Whittier Street Health Center. Call: 617-989-3200 Most forms of insurance are accepted. se habia Español Nou pale Kreyòl Dana-Farber's Mammography Van and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute at Whittier Street Health Center possess a valid license and certificate of inspection issued by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.
    Monday Nov 20 @ 10:00 AM
Weekly Storytimes at McAuliffe
Framingham Public Library – Weekly Storytimes at McAuliffe November 20, 2017 , 10:00 am - 10:20 am McAuliffe Branch Children’s Room Ages 2-4.
    Monday Nov 20 @ 2:00 PM
Digital Marketing On Any Budget
American Repertory Theater – Arts organizations of all sizes and budgets can benefit from learning new tools and finding the “secret sauce” that makes your organization stand out with digital marketing. Michael Austin, CEO of Boston-based Create + Conquer will present inexpensive, solution-oriented ways to leverage digital marketing tools. Michael will be joined by Jennifer Stearns, the new Director of Marketing and Communications at ArtsBoston, who has over 10 years of experience in marketing the arts from theatrical performances to concerts, tours to traveling exhibitions. You'll walk away with low-cost tools you can use to promote your organization; a better understanding of how to leverage social media for your organization; and new ideas on content creation for digital platforms.
    Monday Nov 20 @ 5:00 PM
Holiday Trellis Lighting
Mayor's Office of Tourism, Sports, and Entertainment for the City of Boston – Mayor Martin J. Walsh, the Friends of Christopher Columbus Park, and the Boston Parks and Recreation Department will host the 15th annual lighting of the park’s signature trellis on Monday, November 20, beginning at 5 p.m. Located at 110 Atlantic Avenue on Boston’s historic waterfront, Christopher Columbus Park is transformed into a holiday wonderland when the park’s 260 feet of trellis are set aglow with 50,000 blue lights along with 14 decorated trees near Tia’s, the Marriott Long Wharf Hotel, and throughout the park. Entertainment will be provided by students and instructors from the North End Music and Performing Arts Center, Berklee College’s own Sam Robbins, singer Sharon Zeffiro performing a selection of holiday classics, and special guests Santa Claus, Rudolph, and Frosty. Refreshments, holiday treats, and giveaways will be provided by the Marriot Long Wharf Hotel, HP Hood LLC, Joe’s American Bar & Grill Waterfront, New England Dairy & Food Council, and Magic 106.7. For more information on the Trellis Lighting, please call (617) 635-4505 or visit the Friends of Christopher Columbus Park at or the Boston Parks and Recreation Department on Facebook or at
    Monday Nov 20 @ 6:00 PM
Paradise Rock Club – This event is open to all ages. Doors open at 6:00 pm. Show begins at 7:00 pm. Sale Dates and Times: Public Onsale : Fri, 11 Aug 2017 at 10:00 AM VIP Packages Onsale : Fri, 11 Aug 2017 at 10:00 AM
    Monday Nov 20 @ 6:00 PM
Toast with Ten Terriers: Beer Tasting & Career Networking!
Boston University Alumni Association – Class of 2018 Donors: Get ready for the first major Class Gift donor event of the year! Our Toast with Ten Terriers is a great chance to network with young alumni in a wide range of careers - plus there will be a beer tasting! All guests must register via the Eventbrite link above. >> Haven't made your Class Gift yet? This event is donors-only, and we've got plenty more events you'll be invited to this year! Just make your Class Gift today: Join us for an evening of beer tasting and career connections! From 6:00 - 7:00, circle around to meet each of our young alumni, each with a different beer/cider to pour. Class Gift donors will have a “Passport” that they can get marked for visiting each table. Completed passports earn you an entry into our BU Diploma Frame drawing! Employers & industries represented: Biogen - Diversity & Inclusion Northeastern University - Admissions AIDS Action Committee - Prevention Programs Dana-Farber Cancer Institute - Fundraising Wayfair - Business Analysis IBM - Business Strategy Consulting VA Boston Healthcare System - Clinical Psychology The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston - Events & Social Programs Corner Alliance, Inc. - Management Consulting (Federal) The tasting concludes at 7:00, when our “Terrier Toast” begins. Guests can mix, mingle, and reconnect. Class Gift donors (21+) receive a free drink ticket. We’ll raise a glass to our donors, thank our young alumni & award prizes from the passport drawing. Nachos will be, of course, provided. Students under the age of 21 are welcome to join for a private nacho buffet while the beer tasting for 21+ guests runs from 6-7 PM. From 7-8 PM, guests of all ages can enjoy the entire space and drink tickets will be honored at the bar for those over 21 years of age. Again please make sure to register on Eventbrite:
    Monday Nov 20 @ 6:00 PM
Gear Demo with Petzl
MetroRock Climbing Centers – Check out Petzl's awesome harnesses! Find the style, color and fit thats right for you. Whether you need a new harness, or are looking to expand your outdoor gear repetoire, Petzl reps will lead you to what you need when it comes to climbing, ice climbing and mountaineering gear. 25% off in-store stock, and 20% off custom orders.
    Monday Nov 20 @ 6:00 PM
Finding Your Sources, Working with the Library
Northeastern University Office of Undergraduate Research and Fellowships – Be ready to tackle any academic project, from class papers to independent research. Learn about the databases, resources, and materials the Northeastern libraries have to offer and how to use them.
    Monday Nov 20 @ 6:30 PM
Seminar Series Discussion, Panel, and Q&A
Cambridge Friends School – The CFS annual Seminar Series kicks off on Monday, November 20 with a discussion and book signing for The Guide for White Women Who Teach Black Boys. We are thrilled to welcome three of the book’s contributors: author, activist, and speaker Dr. Eddie Moore, Jr., Debby Irving, author of Waking Up White and CFS Seminar Series alum, and CFS Middle School Dean Jack Hill. Join us for what promises to be a night of challenging and engaging conversation. Please RSVP at
    Monday Nov 20 @ 6:30 PM
Atomic Blonde | Movie Monday
Watertown Free Public Library – Every Monday night we show a movie on our big screen in the Watertown Savings Bank Room at the library. There's popcorn too, of course. Free and open to all. - Sensual and savage, Lorraine Broughton is the most elite spy in MI6, an agent who's willing to use all of her lethal skills to stay alive during an impossible mission. With the Berlin Wall about to fall, she travels into the heart of the city to retrieve a priceless dossier and take down a ruthless espionage ring. Once there, she teams up with an embedded station chief to navigate her way through the deadliest game of spies. [R]
    Monday Nov 20 @ 7:00 PM
Dua Lipa: The Self-Titled Tour
House of Blues Boston – More info and tickets at
    Monday Nov 20 @ 7:00 PM
The Frights w/ Vundabar, Hockey Dad at The Sinclair
The Sinclair – Bowery Boston presents The Frights Vundabar Hockey Dad doors 7pm / all ages / $13 adv, $15 dos Tickets on sale now! The Frights’ birth in December 2012, was an accident that now unites moms worldwide. One mom in San Diego has called the band, “Great! A fun mix of the rock n’ roll I used to love with the 50’s sounds MY mom used to love!” Another mom in Los Angeles praises the band, saying, “I hire a babysitter to go to all their shows. They just have so much youthful energy, they make me feel young too!” Moms everywhere enjoy the band’s two self-produced EPs, their one full-length record, and even their split EP and singles, embarrassing their sons and daughters with their enthusiasm toward a band that is at least half, sometimes a third, of their age. Some of their most popular songs among moms include “Beach Porn,” “Crust Bucket,” and “Makeout Point.” Ostensibly, The Frights are great for long drives in a Honda Odyssey. Their second full-length was produced by FIDLAR’s Zac Carper and will be released soon.
    Monday Nov 20 @ 7:00 PM
NE OBLIVISCARIS, Allegaeon, Pathogenic
Middle East Restaurant and Nightclub – $ 0.00 - $17.00 / Age 18 And Up 18 w/Valid I.D. NO I.D.=NO ADMISSION Additional Info: NE OBLIVISCARIS with Allegaeon, Pathogenic-18+,$15 Advance / $17Day of Show, 7:00pm doors Tickets:
    Monday Nov 20 @ 7:00 PM
Acts & Intermissions: Emma Goldman in America with Abigail Child
Brattle Theatre – Filmmaker Abigail Child will attend in person for discussion with Robert Harris, Professor fo Communications Media at Fitchburg State University. “An hour-long collage essay, charging the discussion with her enlightened aesthetic of poetry, the archive, and experimental montage. As the Most Dangerous Woman Alive, Goldman’s life is seen as an ongoing negotiation of revolutionary purity and personal freedom, a complexity that Child mirrors in her own formal strategies. She layers multiple fragments of Emma’s liberatory legacy—from archive, from reenactment and from observational cinema—her speculative play with the revolutionary ideas extending to the present moment of feminist revolt!” Craig Baldwin, ATA Director’s Statement: The film is the second in my Trilogy of Women and Ideology. Each part asks: How Ideologies fail women? What do we give up in our struggle to be more than “merely female”? The first in the trilogy, UNBOUND, retells the story of Mary Shelley, examining 19th century Romanticism through “imaginary home movies” shot in Rome. This second film explores Emma Goldman and Anarchism, shot in New York City, in a series of non-hierarchical fragmented ‘memory’ chapters. The work’s structure is influenced by films as diverse as 32 Short Films About Glenn Gould and Hollis Frampton’s Surface Tension. The third part of the Trilogy will explore Science in the 21st century, focusing on virtual women and androids. World Premiere at MoMA’s Doc Fortnight 2017. Official Selection of the 2017 Ann Arbor Film Festival. About the Filmmaker: Abigail Child has been at the forefront of experimental writing and media since the 1980s, having completed more than thirty film/video works & installations, and written 6 books. An acknowledged pioneer in montage, Child addresses the interplay between sound and image, to make, in the words of LA Weekly: “brilliant exciting work…a vibrant political filmmaking that’s attentive to form.” Her films rewrite narrative, creating the cult classics PERILS, MAYHEM and COVERT ACTION (1984-87). Other productions borrow documentary to poetically envision public space including B/Side (1996) and SURF AND TURF (2011). Child’s re-constructed home movie THE FUTURE IS BEHIND YOU (2004) served as inspiration for UNBOUND: Scenes from the life of Mary Shelley shot as imaginary home movies. In recent years, Child has expanded her vertical montage to multiple-screen installation with MIRRORWORLDS and THE MILKY WAY. Child is Emeritus Professor of Media at Tufts University, the SMFA, and lives and works in New York City. Screens With: THE FUTURE IS BEHIND YOU 20 min | 2004 | Abigail Child | film transferred to video THE FUTURE IS BEHIND YOU creates a fictional story composed from an anonymous family archive from 1930’s Europe, reconstructed to emphasize gender acculturation in two sisters who play, race, fight, kiss and grow up together under a shadow of oncoming history. I am looking, as always in found material, for the story below the story. Here there are at least 3 levels: 1) the home movie in which a family from 1930s Germany near the Swiss border poses for the camera, preternaturally happy. Unusually, the mother is main cinematographer; 2) the historical moment which remains as text trace, undermining the image and serving as covert motive for the action; 3) the development of gender identities—the innocent freedom of the elder transformed into socially bruised ‘bride,’ the irrepressibility of the younger moving from tomboy to awkward, diffident adult. At once biography & fiction, history & psychology, THE FUTURE IS BEHIND YOU excavates gestures to explore the speculative seduction of narrative; it seeks a bridge between private & public histories. Music by John Zorn, arranged and played by Sylvie Courvoisier and Mark Feldman.
    Monday Nov 20 @ 7:00 PM
ALBA Screening and Q&A
Emerson College: Amigos – Come to the screening of Alba, Ecuador's official selection for the 2018 Academy Awards, and a Q&A session with the director of the film, Ana Cristina Barragán.
    Monday Nov 20 @ 7:00 PM
Maggie Stiefvater author event (ticketed)
Wellesley Books – Previously sold out, a few extra tickets have been made available for this event! Buy tickets from the link. If you can't get a ticket but would still like an autographed copy of the book, call us at 781-431-1160.
    Monday Nov 20 @ 7:00 PM
Discussion Group
The Humanist Hub – We invite you to join us for our Discussion Group at the Humanist Hub each Monday from 7-9pm. The mission of the Humanist Hub is to be an inclusive community of atheists, agnostics and allies creating a new model for how humanists celebrate life, promote reason and compassion, and better the world for all. Please try to arrive on time, as doors will be locked at 7:20. We typically take the themes from the Sunday talk and discuss how those themes relate to our personal experience. By focusing our discussion on how the topic affects us personally, an environment supportive of openness, honesty and vulnerability is created. Science, data and debate are set aside in a “parking lot” and often returned to once the Discussion Group has concluded. Rob Laurent, founder of the Discussion Group and one of its facilitators, describes the small group experience as a “friendship ritual,” i.e. “by coming together as friends and sharing our personal experiences as we would with friends, we often become friends.” Group norms include: * Assume goodwill * Use “I” statements and speak from personal experience * Avoid advice giving * Topics not of a personal nature or of interest to only a few members will be set aside in a “parking lot” to be returned to later * Please respect the anonymity of group members and refrain from sharing specifics outside the group Attendance at the Sunday talk is not required to be part of the Discussion Group. Most Sunday talks are viewable via Facebook live and archived on our Facebook page. RSVPs are encouraged but not required. Having a good estimate of the number of attendees helps ensure we have a sufficient number of small group facilitators available.
    Monday Nov 20 @ 7:00 PM
Paint Nite at Scoozi
Paint Nite Boston – **You must reserve your seat by purchasing tickets online prior to the event: ** Use code "bosfbevent" for 35% off tickets! Paint Nite shakes up friends’ night out with the perfect pour of artistic and alcoholic spirits. No art experience needed—just visit to choose your event!
    Monday Nov 20 @ 7:00 PM
Loving You Through the SnowStorm with Brian! #TeamDaykin
Paint Nite Boston – **You must reserve your seat by purchasing tickets online prior to the event:** Use code "40TEAMDAYKIN" for 40% off tickets!
    Monday Nov 20 @ 7:00 PM
Magical Forest II with Kory! #TeamDaykin
Paint Nite Boston – **You must reserve your seat by purchasing tickets online prior to the event:** Use code "40TEAMDAYKIN" for 40% off tickets!