Hop over to Fairmont Copley Plaza on Sunday, April 21 and celebrate Easter in a grand style this year!
Fairmont Copley Plaza is hosting an extravagant, family-friendly brunch buffet with multiple seating options at 10:30 and 11:00am, and 2:00 and 2:30pm.
As a special treat for your little ones, children can play with adorable farm animals from Enchanted Animal Parties petting zoo, participate in an Easter egg hunt, enjoy an arts n’ crafts section, and get creative at a decorate-your-own-cookie station. Plenty of family photo opportunities inside the luxurious setting of Fairmont Copley Plaza.
The Easter menu from Executive Chef Laurent Poulain will offer brunch options the whole family will love. Breakfast selections include made-to-order omelettes and maple sugar & cinnamon French toast, and on the savory side there will be decadent choices like honey lemon herb crusted rack of lamb, rib eye chops with bordelaise sauce, duck foie gras, lobster & bow tie pasta salad, a full raw bar and much more.
The dessert buffet will make the magic of the holiday come to life with a presentation of chocolate bunny pops, Easter petit fours, strawberry short cakes, mini Boston cream pies and more.
Fairmont Copley Plaza is proud to announce that all leftovers from Easter brunch will be donated to Boston Rescue Mission, an organization that brings food to the hungry and homeless in the city. Executive Chef Laurent Poulain regularly works with Boston Rescue Mission to donate excess food from the hotel.
*IMPORTANT* Advance notice is required if you would like to be seated with a specific party booked under another name. Please also let the hotel know in advance if you have special requests such as allergy requests, wheelchair accommodations or high chair needs. Email Haley.Lincoln@Fairmont.comas soon as possible to share these requests.
An evening of remembrance, community, and support.
In light of the recent fire at Notre-Dame de Paris, the French Cultural Center will host an evening to honor and celebrate this iconic landmark.
Professor Antoine Picon of the Harvard University Graduate School of Design will join us for a presentation on the marvelous architecture of Notre-Dame de Paris, including what was lost in the fire, and its significance today.
The 25-minute presentation will be followed by a reception with light refreshments. Guests will have the opportunity to make a donation to support restoration efforts – from $5 to $5,000, every dollar counts!
All donations will benefit the Friends of Notre-Dame de Paris, an organization dedicated to restoring this iconic cathedral.
Click here to RSVP.
Somerville’s popular Bow Market comes to Precinct’s patio for one day only!
Precinct Kitchen + Bar invites you to join them on their patio for a one-day Bow Market pop-up. Vendors include:
- Adelante, custom shoes, handmade by craftsman in Guatemala
- Blue Bandana Relics, a curated collection of vintage Americana and quality American brands.
- Buenas, all sorts of South American goodness you can eat on the spot or take home to use in your own recipes. Think: take-n-bake empanadas, pastry dough to make your own empanadas (and other stuff), and sauces you can use for everything from roasting chicken and salmon, to topping oysters.
- In Season Food Shop, made-to-order meals and drinks, local food products, and a curated selection of grocery essentials
- Maca, chic and cheeky, regular and character macarons that range in flavors from vanilla to blueberry basil cheesecake.
- Peston, unique accessories, fleeky home goods and apparel.
- Happy Cactus, succulents, cacti, air plants, exotic plants, ethically sourced butterflies, crystals, gems, fossils and pretty much anything extraordinary Mother Nature creates.
- Additionally, guests will also enjoy soaps and creams from the Sentas Family Farm and much, more!
Precinct will be serving their regular breakfast, brunch and lunch menus all day long, so reserve your table and head over!
You never get a second chance at a first impression.
First impressions are most important when building your network, whether it is at a business networking event or online via social media channels such as Linkedin.
Linkedin is still king when it comes to professional networking and there have been some amazing changes to the platform to encourage collaboration and engagement. A potential connection first impression of you is your Linkedin Profile, so it is essential that you dedicate time to assure you have a Linkedin Profile that stands out.
Jeffrey DeSocio, Owner/Principal of AIMC Business Solutions, will be the guest speaker and will provide a great overview of the “How to Score a Rocking Linkedin Profile” including some key tips to have an All-Star Profile.
The event will take place on Monday, April 29th from 6:30pm – 8pm, at the Microsoft Store in the Prudential Center in Boston right before the upcoming Small Business Expo in Boston.
The event is a combination of networking and presentation. Here is the agenda:
- 6:30pm-7:00pm: Introductions and Networking – Get your professional headshot.
- 7:05pm-7:45pm: How to Score a Rocking Linkedin Profile
- 7:45pm-8:30pm: More Networking and Some Homework & Networking
This event is being run by AIMC Business Solutions, Mass Professional Networking & The Microsoft Store.
Did someone say trivia? Abso-f-ing-lutely.
Kick up your Manolos because Sex and the City Trivia is coming to MJ O’Connor’s Park Plaza. Grab your girlfriends and test your knowledge of the fabulous four. We’ll cover everything from Post-it breakup notes to the wedding that never was.
Trivia will begin at 6:30pm – teams will be registered on a first come, first served basis and will close after the first 35 teams have signed up. Teams cannot exceed 6 people.
An RSVP on Eventbrite does not guarantee a table or team. We recommend your team plans to arrive early to secure your spot – don’t worry, we’ll keep the cosmos coming while you wait.
Trivia is 21+ with a valid ID.
Join The Lenox and bestselling author Martha Hall Kelly for an evening of sweets and cocktails.
The Lenox and Reading with Robin present an evening with author Martha Hall Kelly, author of the NYT bestselling “Lilac Girls”, in conversation with Robin Kall, discusses and signs her brand new novel “Lost Roses”, a “Lilac Girls” prequel.
Your ticket includes:
- Admission to the program, a hardcover copy of Martha’s new release “Lost Roses” (and other surprises!)
- Hors ‘d ouevres and sweets
- Cash bar available
*Tickets are non-refundable but transferable.
**Special rate available for overnight guest rooms, please email email@example.com for details!
Enjoy cocktails, a photo booth, refreshments and networking with young professionals all while learning what Co|So Circle events entail.
Have fun at an elegant cocktail party while getting an exclusive evening preview of our Fresh Paint artwork. Over 70 Fresh Paint works will be available for attendees to place early silent auction bids before the Gala on May 16th.
During the event, there will be a live artist demonstration, and the artwork created that night will be raffled off at the end of the evening!
May 12, 1669 was the first gathering of Old South.
In the 350 years since, Old South Church has taken bold stances and pursued justice and mercy. The church of Benjamin Franklin and Samuel Adams, of Phillis Wheatley and the Boston Tea Party, they continue to make history in the 21st century. And they think that deserves some celebration! The schedule of events for the day includes:
- 11:00am Festive Anniversary Worship Service
- 12:30pm Ceremony: Heraldic trumpets, dignitaries, an interfaith blessing.
- 1:00pm 350th Birthday Party: Cupcakes & ice cream, magician, games, reenactors, and dance music by Keytar Bear & DJAB Entertainment
- 2:30pm Finale: Pealing of the Tower Bell.
Back Bay Association Members are
Cordially Invited to Attend
the Back Bay Association’s
96th Annual Meeting
The Honorable Martin J. Walsh
Mayor of Boston
May 13, 2019
John B. Hynes Veteran Memorial Convention Center
900 Boylston Street
Not a member but still want to attend?
Reach out to us here.
Join your neighbors and Boston police officers for coffee and conversation.
No agendas or speeches, just a chance to ask questions, voice concerns, and get to know the officers in your neighborhood!
For more information, please contact the Neighborhood Watch Unit at 617.343.4345.
This event is sponsored by the Loews Boston Hotel.