Boston Bruins Slice The Ice!
"On Sunday, March 24, Boston Bruins players, fans, management and alumni will come together for a one-day event to benefit the Boston Bruins Foundation. During the first half of each session, fans will be able to skate on the TD Garden ice and take pictures on the Bruins bench, at the Bruins goal and in the penalty box. Guests will also enjoy a meet and greet with current Bruins players and alumni, a tour of the Boston Bruins locker room and have the chance to take a photo with the Stanley Cup banner!"
Session 1 - 1:00pm-2:30pm SOLD OUT!!!
Session 2 - 2:30pm-4:00pm
Session 3- 4:00pm-5:30pm
Purchase your tickets TODAY!
Gold Package – 30 people - $5000
Black Package – 15 people - $2500
Individual Tickets - $170
Please call 617.624.1981 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your tickets!
It's cold outside, and we all know how it feels to leave our gloves or scarf at home by accident. But, not having a coat at all? Can you say "buuuurrrrrrrrrrr?" There are many people in Boston who go without the warmth that many of us are graced with every day. Due to the charities, non profit organizations, and local businesses across Boston, many people are able to get that coat... the one they would have never had.
Barbour on Newberry Street is partnering with One Warm Coat and have decided to once again (4th year) to host another annual coat drive. This year's coats will support the City Mission Society of Boston.
Grab one of your gently worn coats or jackets and drop it off at Barbour (134 Newbury Street) tomorrow from 10AM to 6PM and Barbour will give you a $50 discount if you want to buy a new jacket. This is for a great cause, and even though we give and expect nothing in return, this charitable moment in your life will actually has some cash rewards.
Start the holiday season off right and head over to The Barbour Store in Back Bay tomorrow!
So today it a big day. Why? BECAUSE IT IS MY BIRTHDAY! Since I honestly have nothing exciting going on, (besides pretending like i'm still in college at a frat party in my living room) I have decided to share a very great event with you that is on Thanksgiving Day. This coming up Thursday in Brighton, Ray Ciccolo’s Boston Volvo Village is sponsoring their Annual Volvo 5k Road Race to benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Greater New England Chapter. This is for a great cause, and is only $25 dollars. If you get your tickets quick, the first 750 people to sign up get a t-shirt! Most of you will share this day with your families, friends, and loved ones. Get everyone together, put on your tennis shoes, and run this 5K for a great cause - besides, you may need to burn some calories before your Thanksgiving dinner, and don't even deny it!
Hello all you animal loving people, especially dog lovers! It's that time of year again for Dogfest! This year the festival will be held in a new location - Trum Field on Broadway in Somerville. This fundraiser is great because it helps raise money for many local animal-related charities. It's also great because 1. It's free (donations encouraged) and 2. There will be many exciting dog sports demonstrations and multiple "try it" rings so the attendees can try sports and games with their dogs.
"A major partner and key element in the success of this event is the City of Somerville's active participation and support of the event," said Dr. Adam Parker of Porter Square Veterinarian and president of the foundation. "Our goal is to provide opportunities for families to enjoy healthy activities in the city with their dog and raise funds to support animals in need."
So grab the pups, dog, animal, man's best friend or whatever you call your favorite thing in the world and enjoy a day at Dogfest this Sunday!
Having trouble in the dating scene?
Well fear no longer.
Quit complaining and put your money where your mouth is at the 6th Annual Project Smile Charity Date Auction: Boston's biggest Fall singles event!
Make sure to bring a thick wallet because there will be about 500 people at this event- all fighting over super sexy fire fighters, traffic stopping police officers and other terrific single guys and ladies. And oh yeah, not to mention, ME!!! Yeah that's right fellas- i'm coming in hott and raising money for Project Smile -and I DO NOT COME CHEAP!! (but what Southern girl does?)
And don't be afraid to empty out your wallet because each "couple" receives a gift certificate to use on their date to a Boston restaurant, comedy club, show or other fun activity. Don't go too crazy though because the event also features a great silent auction with autographed sports memorabilia, gift certificates, skydiving experience and more!
See ya on the runway boys! (and please no fighting over me- restrain yourself!!)
Calling all Bruins Fans!! (and wine fans... duhhh)
Make sure to head over to Morton's tomorrow evening to support this Bruins event which will raise money for the Boston Bruins Foundation. As always - it's a great cause, and who doesn't like wine tastings? If your schedule is a little packed tomorrow evening then change your plans! For all of you "I'm not that flexible" kind of people, you will have no excuse for the next one. They hold a similar event on the fourth Monday of every month for a tasting series so go ahead and put it in your calendar! You will enjoy Morton's signature hors d'oeuvres paired with specialty drinks - and it's for a good cause! Get your tickets here.
Every Fourth Monday*
5:30 - 7:00 PM
$40 per guest
Inclusive of tax and gratuity
Morton's The Steakhouse - Seaport District
Two Seaport Lane, Boston, MA 02210
This is a once-a-year event, people...so don't miss out. The Saint Joseph Society is a charitable organization based in the world renowned North End of Boston. They celebrate their patron saint every year on the last weekend in July and always invite everyone in the Boston area to celebrate with them.
So what does this celebration entail? FOOD my friends, REALLY GOOD FOOD! Actually, a feast of food. Maybe I'm really excited because I'm hungry right now, but I know someone who has been before and they said it is quite the treat!
I'll admit, I wrote in the school newspaper in college, but there is no way I am up for writing a biography right now. AKA - if you want to learn more about Saint Joseph then click here. More focused on the food? Well, I guess I will see you in a week! (Friday the 27th- Sunday 29th) ps. I left the worst for last this time... tickets are a little bit expensive BUT it is for a good cause! Quit complaining sign up!
Splash into Summer at the BGCB Annual Friends Council Event at the Ritz Carlton this Thursday night, June 14.
Join over 250 other young professionals for a memorable evening of dancing, music and entertainment, open bar, hors d'oeuvres, silent auction, and raffle prizes - and a special performance by Boys and Girls Club of Boston members. See the facebook event page.
It's one of the best events of the summer and supports a great cause.
Proceeds from this year's event will be used to help teach ALL children in the ten Clubs to swim. Learning to swim engages children in fitness and wellness activities, develops confidence and most importantly teaches water safety. Please support this worthwhile initiative!
Click here to buy tickets (this event was sold out in advance last year, so we suggest buying now)
The Friends Council provides professional and social networking opportunities while connecting you with others who share your desire to help urban youth.
I know, it's an odd title for an event, but it's a GOOD event. Give back this year, by heading to the Hard Rock Cafe tonight!
Pitching in for Kids and the Hard Rock Cafe Boston will host the beneift "Come Rock for the Kids." from 7 to 10pm Monday - that's tonight people!
This is the unveiling and official release of a partnership between the non-profit and restaurant, with the creation of a limited edition Pitching in for the Kids and Hard Rock pin. Tickets are $25 *Ticket Price includes a limited edition PIFK Hard Rock Commemorative Pin, food tastings from local Boston restaurants, entertainment, and lots of fun!. Attendees must 21 or older.
To find out more about Pitcing in For Kids click here. If you already know and want to purchase tickets click here. If you don't know if you can go yet, GOOD NEWS, you can buy tickets at the door!
The Hard Rock Cafe is located at
So, after reading this little blurb, "In the early 1870s, Macy's was the first department store to feature Christmas windows," we finally have someone to possibly blame on holiday festivities starting earlier each year. Regardless or not, I'm still a sucker for it. It makes me all warm and fuzzy inside. If you're with me, head over to Macy's tonight at 5pm (near downtown crossing at 450 Washington St.) to check out their very COOL window displays!
This year's Macy's Christmas Windows theme is "Make-A-Wish" with ornaments inspired by celebrity designers. (You can read more about it here. Or visit Macy's website).