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Social Justice – Activism – Politics

Activste Media December 2017

 

 

Your event can be listed here by sending an invite on facebook to the ‘occupied nation’ page. We reserve the right to remove any posting for any reason. Making sure to include all the pertinent information and maps on your event page makes it easier for people to get to your event. It is our hope that this brings communities together across all divides.

Dec
1
Fri
2017
Holiday Lights Trolley – Boston @ The Pour House
Dec 1 @ 5:00 pm – Dec 30 @ 9:00 pm

The Holiday Lights Trolley Tour is coming to Boston this year and tickets for 2017 are now on-sale!

Ticket Info Here: https://holidaylightsboston.eventbrite.com

what you get

Trolley Ride to Take in Some of Boston’s Best Holiday Spots
Drive through the residential lights of Somerville
See lighting displays at: Boston Common, Rose Kennedy Greenway Winter Lights, Commonwealth Ave. Mall Lights, and Copley Square Tree Lights
Stop at Faneuil Hall to see their 2017 Light Show
Bowl of Clam Chowder at Pour House
Souvenir Santa Hat & Gift Bag
Staff to Guide the Trolley
Music, Fun, Trivia and Prizes on the Trolley!

Join us for a trolley ride through Boston’s seasonal attractions, lighting displays and holiday landmarks.

Head to The Pour House in Back Bay for check-in where the light show begins! Here we’ll take in the amazing Christmas decorations at a neighborhood bar while enjoying a bowl of their famous clam chowder as we prep for our gawker ride through Boston’s yuletide lights.

Bring your own beverages for the vintage trolley, cups will be provided. As soon as we board the vintage trolley our adventure begins. We’ll be whisked off on a 4 hour tour that includes all the best holiday light displays in Boston, including the famous residential lights of Somerville. We’ll cruise around the streets of downtown Boston and see the light displays at places like Boston Common, Rose Kennedy Greenway, Copley Square Tree Lights and we will drop off at Faneuil Hall for their 2017 Light Show.

After soaking in the urban winter wonderland, we’ll head back to Pour House and rave about all the seasonal sparkles we just saw.

5:00-10:00pm Trolley Tour Event Schedule

5:00-5:30pm – Check-in at Pour House with Bowl of Clam Chowder
6:00pm – Trolley boards and departs
6:00-10pm – Holiday Lights Trolley tour with visits to Somerville, Boston Common, Copley Square and a drop at Faneuil Hall (2 scheduled bathroom stops along the tour)
10:00pm – Trolley arrives back to Pour House

4:00-9:00pm Saturday Trolley Tour Event Schedule

4:00-4:30pm – Check-in at Pour House with Bowl of Clam Chowder
5:00pm – Trolley boards and departs
5:00-9:00pm – Holiday Lights Trolley tour with visits to Somerville, Boston Common, Copley Square and a drop at Faneuil Hall (2 scheduled bathroom stops along the tour)
9:00pm – Trolley arrives back to Pour House

*Fine Print: All sales are final and tickets are non-refundable. Tickets are only valid for scheduled event date and event time. No refunds or reschedules will be provided to anyone who misses scheduled event. Event is rain, shine or snow. No refunds will be given to customers who do not attend the scheduled event due to weather. If roads are closed on the trolley route due to extreme weather and event must be cancelled customers will be contacted via e-mail. Space is limited and trolleys will not be oversold or overbooked. Each trolley has a max of 28 customers. Duration of event is 5 hours – trolley tour is 4 hours*

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

benefitzco@gmail.com. Please make sure to reference your question is for the Boston tour.

How many people fit on a trolley? Can you rent the entire trolley or do a private event?

Yes! Each trolley can fit a max of 28 customers. Inventory is very limited and events are booked on a first come first serve basis. If you’re interested in a private trolley please e-mail benefitzco@gmail.com. Please make sure to reference you are inquiring about the Boston tour.

Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?

This event is geared towards adults. Please note anyone under the age of 21 is not permitted into the bars when the trolley returns.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

Please bring your ticket (either printed or electronic) and your ID with you to check-in.

The name on the registration/ticket doesn’t match the attendee. Is that okay?

As long as the attendee has a ticket (either printed or electronic) it does not matter if the ticket name matches the name of the attendee.

Something has come up and I can’t make the event for the date I scheduled. Can I reschedule my ticket for a different date?

You cannot transfer your ticket to a different date. Once tickets are purchased all sales are final. You may give your tickets away (again the ticket name does not need to match the attendee name).

I would like to add on one more ticket for a friend, but it says the event is sold out. Can I add on just one more ticket?

Unfortunately, no. Once an event says sold out there are no more tickets available for that date. We are limited due to seating constraints on the trolley and cannot oversell the event.

Is the trolley heated?

Yes! The trolley is fully enclosed and heated.

What time should I arrive for the event?

Check-in is from 5:00-5:30pm (4:00-4:30pm on Saturdays). If you arrive early that’s okay, but we will check-in during those scheduled times. If you arrive late, that’s okay too, but the trolley will depart promptly at 6:00pm (5:00pm on Saturdays).

https://www.facebook.com/events/128129821140559/

Dec
12
Tue
2017
Holiday Card Drive For Those Behind Bars Due To Prohibition
Dec 12 @ 9:00 pm – Dec 24 @ 12:00 am

This year Hope Marian is incorporating her “Birthday Card Project” into the holidays! All too often, lifers and others convicted behind bars are forgotten. This project focuses on making sure those suffering due to prohibition receive glimpses into the world. Let’s assist in this difficult time of year by shining a bit of joy. If you’re interested in sending a Christmas card or letter, please fill out the form below.

https://goo.gl/forms/rg4GHLNeGTPqkdqq2
Email: info@hopemarian.com

https://www.facebook.com/events/296681570841074/

Dec
14
Thu
2017
Christmas shopping to support homeless mothers @ 30 Merrymount Road Hingham MA 02043
Dec 14 @ 11:00 am – 9:00 pm

Come do your Christmas shopping for teachers (preview day on Tuesday the 12th if you want a head start) and female relatives knowing that all proceeds will fund an initiative that will provide homeless women with the tools they need to create items they can sell to earn income. Also meet cofounders Katie Bennett and Katie Maguire to learn more about this exciting opportunity to both shop for goodies and empower women.

https://www.facebook.com/events/307914169700154/

Black & Pink Holiday Card Parties around the US & World! @ Black and Pink
Dec 14 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

This year, we’ve got over 300 holiday card parties being hosted all over the US, Australia, Canada, and Spain! Check here as hosts post their public events to see if there’s one near you, and see photos of how the parties turned out 🙂

Contact: holidaycards@blackandpink.org with questions!

As you can imagine, the holiday season is often a really rough time for folks inside prison. Whatever holidays you may or may not celebrate this time of year, our incarcerated members are often denied the ability to celebrate their traditions in the ways they choose, whether their desire be to celebrate the returning of light for Solstice, the miracle of Hanukkah, the birth story of Jesus, the Black radical tradition of Kwanzaa, New Year’s Day, or something else. All too often our members do not have family and friends to reach out to them with cards or visits, making this time particularly isolating. The cards you will make bring moments of joy, connection and kindness to our members while telling prison staff that people on the outside are watching.

Our holiday card-writing parities provide a great space to introduce our friends and family to the idea of prison abolition and by incorporating our new report, COMING OUT OF CONCRETE CLOSETS into these events, hosts have the opportunity to help Black & Pink elevate the voices, stories, and leadership of incarcerated LGBTQ folks and inspire immediate collective action towards abolition.

Lastly, but most importantly, the holiday card party you are organizing is about planting a seed of hope. There is strength in hope, and when we fight together, we can win. We do all of our work knowing that once there were no prisons, and that day will come again. We hope you will join us and register to host a holiday card party today!

https://www.facebook.com/events/356223798136645/

Live Show with the duo @ The Flatbread Company Georgetown Ma
Dec 14 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

This is a great venue! Oak-fired ovens lend a wonderful flavor to the pizza. Our first time in this venue, we played the Salem location regularly this past year. The food alone is worth the trip, but add the music and “Voila”. A great night!

https://www.facebook.com/events/137489110294441/

In Our View: Films by African American Women @ Brattle Theatre
Dec 14 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

The Brattle is excited to help kick-off the 20-year celebration of the Roxbury International Film Festival with this co-curated program. From 1982’s pioneering LOSING CONTROL to the recent Oscar-nominated hit SELMA, it’s clear that African American women have a unique – though frequently overlooked – voice within cinema. This program highlights both of the above titles as well as DAUGHTERS OF THE DUST by the legendary Julie Dash, the locally shot LIFT (starring an early-career Kerry Washington), Dee Rees’ arthouse breakout PARIAH, the incredibly charming sports romance LOVE & BASKETBALL, and many more. Please join us for this special program celebrating diversity in filmmaking!

FULL SCHEDULE:

– Friday, December 8 –

SELMA – 5:15PM, 8:00PM

– Saturday, December 9 –

LOVE AND BASKETBALL – 2:00PM, 7:00PM
BEYOND THE LIGHTS – 4:30PM

– Sunday, December 10 –

LOSING GROUND – 2:30PM, 7:00PM
DAUGHTERS OF THE DUST – 4:30PM, 9:00PM

– Monday, December 11 –
PARIAH – 8:00PM, 10:00PM

– Tuesday, December 12 –
TALK TO ME – 7:00PM
CAVEMAN’S VALENTINE – 4:45PM, 9:30PM

– Wednesday, December 13 –
I WILL FOLLOW – 7:00PM
YELLING TO THE SKY – 5:00PM, 9:00PM

– Thursday, December 14 –
LIFT – 7:00PM

FOR MORE INFO + TICKETS: bit.ly/roxfilminourview

https://www.facebook.com/events/366357880478670/

Live at Club Bohemia @ Club Bohemia
Dec 14 @ 8:00 pm – 11:55 pm

The Velvet Ants (8:30 pm)
Brown Lasers (9:30 pm)
Miracle Blood (10 pm)
Shrink Ray (11 pm)

LIVE at CLUB BOHEMIA
December 14th 2017
$8 – 21+

https://www.facebook.com/events/128116104537833/

Shrink Ray, Miracle Blood, Brown Lasers, Velvet Ants @ Club Bohemia
Dec 14 @ 8:00 pm – 11:59 pm

Doors @ 8
Music @ 8:30
21+

Shrink Ray
https://thecowpunks.bandcamp.com/album/live-from-drink-for-pink-4-26-14

Miracle Blood
https://miracleblood.bandcamp.com/

Brown Lasers
https://brownlasers.bandcamp.com/

Velvet Ants
http://velvet-ants.com/album/blacklight-press

https://www.facebook.com/events/166567337272777/

Dec
15
Fri
2017
Ice Sculpture Stroll! @ Assembly Row at Assembly Square
Dec 15 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

In partnership with the Somerville High Culinary Arts Program, Assembly Row will host an Ice Sculpture Stroll with tour stops around property. Come see all EIGHT and cast your vote to help name this year’s champion!

This year Assembly Row is proud to present a unique ice sculpture tour brought to you by the students of Somerville High’s Culinary Arts Program in celebration of the holiday season! Join us for an evening(6-9pm) of family fun with giveaways and treats.*

*Giveaways and treats are subject to availability while supplies last.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1824818787816279/

It’s a Wonderful Life @ Brattle Theatre
Dec 15 @ 7:00 pm – 9:10 pm

A Holiday Tradition!
Friday 12/15 at 7:00 (SOLD OUT)
Saturday 12/16 at 12:30, 3:30 (SOLD OUT)
Sunday 12/17 at 12:30, 3:30 (SOLD OUT), 6:30 (SOLD OUT)
*A very limited number of tickets will be held aside for _Brattle_members_only_ at all shows with exception of Friday 12/15.

Jimmy Stewart plays George Bailey, a forlorn small-town banker with a serious case of regret who, while considering suicide, meets Clarence (Travers), an angel in training. Clarence shows George what life would be like if he had never been born, and through this George is able to realize how valuable one person’s life can be. This film, which offers one of the most memorable (and bittersweet) Christmas stories ever, is a wonderful reminder that life may not be what we expected but it is still sweet and rich. Forget about watching this classic film at home on TV, we’re showing it the way it was meant to be seen: on the Big Screen on real-live 35mm film!
IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE (1946) dir Frank Capra w/Jimmy Stewart, Donna Reed, Lionel Barrymore, Henry Travers [130 min; 35mm]

Trailer: https://youtu.be/LJfZaT8ncYk

https://www.facebook.com/events/341160899688098/

It’s a Wonderful Life @ Brattle Theatre
Dec 15 @ 7:00 pm – 9:10 pm

A Holiday Tradition!
Friday 12/15 at 7:00 (SOLD OUT)
Saturday 12/16 at 12:30, 3:30 (SOLD OUT)
Sunday 12/17 at 12:30, 3:30 (SOLD OUT), 6:30 (SOLD OUT)
*A very limited number of tickets will be held aside for _Brattle_members_only_ at all shows with exception of Friday 12/15.

Jimmy Stewart plays George Bailey, a forlorn small-town banker with a serious case of regret who, while considering suicide, meets Clarence (Travers), an angel in training. Clarence shows George what life would be like if he had never been born, and through this George is able to realize how valuable one person’s life can be. This film, which offers one of the most memorable (and bittersweet) Christmas stories ever, is a wonderful reminder that life may not be what we expected but it is still sweet and rich. Forget about watching this classic film at home on TV, we’re showing it the way it was meant to be seen: on the Big Screen on real-live 35mm film!
IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE (1946) dir Frank Capra w/Jimmy Stewart, Donna Reed, Lionel Barrymore, Henry Travers [130 min; 35mm]

Trailer: https://youtu.be/LJfZaT8ncYk

https://www.facebook.com/events/341160899688098/?event_time_id=341160926354762

Trump’s Tax Cuts for the Rich=More Hell for the Black Community @ Black Power Blueprint
Dec 15 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Black Power BluePrint Reparations Campaign Webinar:

Trump’s Tax Cuts for the Rich = More Hell for the Black Community: Reparations Now!

Tune in at 7pm EST/6pm Central/4pm PST
Trump’s Tax Cuts for the Rich=More Hell for the Black Community: Reparations Now!
Gazi Kodzo, Secretary General of the African People’s Socialist Party USA
Penny Hess, Chairwoman of the African People’s Solidarity Committee (APSC)
Jesse Nevel, Chair of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement, Vice-Chair of Communities United for Reparations & Economic Development – CURED and member of APSC

TUNE IN: Facebook.com/BlackPowerBluePrint

DONATE AT: www.youcaring.com/BlackPowerBluePrint

The Black Power Blueprint is a black-led self-determination project in St. Louis, MO organized by Black Star Industries and the African People’s Education and Defense Fund.

YOU can make a concrete difference TODAY by donating towards the $25,000 needed to renovate the three-story St. Louis Uhuru House, a black community center, event space, rental hall and economic development hub.

On the property across right across the street, we are building the One Africa! One Nation! Marketplace and a community garden.

On Goodfellow Boulevard, in a once thriving neighborhood, we are building the Uhuru Jiko Community Commercial Kitchen, a bakery and café, and the training center for the African Independence Workforce Program.

Your contributions will result in the installment of plumbing, heating, HVAC, finishing the electrical, the interior and other construction needs to open this vibrant community center in the heart of the black community of St. Louis.

The conditions faced by black people in America today demand that we seize the future for our children. The African community in St. Louis, like others around the country, faces poverty, joblessness, poor schools and substandard housing.
We see wealth, opportunity and prosperity on one side of town, contrasted by deep poverty and despair on the other.

The Black Power Blueprint will impact on our city through genuine social and economic rebirth for our community. Empowering our community with sustainable job creation and commerce, attracting and supporting black culture and arts.

Black Star Industries, partnering with the African People’s Education and Defense Fund has created black-community owned and operated institutions for economic development and self-determination for over 35 years.

From Oakland, to Philadelphia, to St. Petersburg, FL, to Huntsville, AL, we have sustained community-funded commercial kitchens, a wellness center, furniture and consignment shops, event spaces and other community based initiatives and programs.

Now we need your support to realize this visionary project in St. Louis, MO. Donate today!

Follow us and mark to receive notifications when we go live on www.facebook.com/BlackPowerBlueprint and help us spread the word!

DONATE AT: www.youcaring.com/BlackPowerBluePrint

https://www.facebook.com/events/148421725880781/

30th Ebony Winter Gala 2017 @ John B. Hynes Veterans Memorial Convention Center
Dec 15 @ 8:00 pm – Dec 16 @ 2:00 am

**SAVE THE DATE**

30TH ANNIVERSARY
EBONY WINTER GALA

FRI.DEC.15TH.2017

**CHECK OUT THE WEBPRINTLAB.com / BOSTONFETE.com VENDOR TABLE**

www.WebPrintLab.com
www.BostonFETE.com

https://www.facebook.com/events/312904265850169/

Dec
16
Sat
2017
CGA @ THC @ DCU Center
Dec 16 @ 11:00 am – 8:00 pm

Come join us at The Harvest Cup this weekend. Meet the CGA Leadership Team and learn what we have lined up for the club for 2018!

https://www.facebook.com/events/197374134151197/

Shop Black Market Holiday Market- Sat. Dec 16th + Sun. Dec 17th @ Black Market
Dec 16 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

SHOP Black Market’s 3rd Holiday Pop-up!

Saturday, December 16th and Sunday, December 17th;
11am-6pm both days!

Join us at the 3rd Holiday Pop-up of the Holiday Season!
During the Holiday Shopping Season, Black Market realizes how much our COLLECTIVE BUYING POWER can positively affect Black businesses.

That is why we are challenging the BLACK MARKET TRIBE to spend 50% of their Holiday Budget at Black Market!

Benefits of shopping at Black Market?
UNIQUE GIFT OPTIONS
MULTIPLE PRICE POINTS
HAND-MADE
NATURAL
LOCAL PRODUCED + GROWN
SMALL BATCH
INTERNATIONAL FAIR TRADE
CULTURALLY EMPOWERING

As we embark on Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, the days leading up to Christmas, Kwanzaa and New Year’s Celebrations, let’s make a statement that we will commit 50% of our holiday budget to the Black Businesses at Black Market.

WHEN YOU SPEND AT BLACK MARKET, YOU ARE INVESTING IN OUR COMMUNITY’S SUSTAINABILITY!

SO MAKE THE 50% CHALLENGE and make a bold declaration- that this holiday season, we proclaim to deliberately and proudly support businesses owned by us with products wonderfully crafted with us in mind!

#50%Challenge #blackmarketdudley #holiday #holidayshopping #holiday2017 #supportblackbusinesses #supportfemaleowned #supportlocal #supportsmall #supportblackownedbusinesses #blackpower #buyblack #shopblack #supportblack #spend #blackmarket #circulateourdollar #buygifts #handmade #artisan #crafted #popup #popupmarket #holidaymarket #thingstodo #thingstodoinboston #thingstodoindudley #shopdudley #soaps #shopboston #gifts #craft #art #Supportlocalartists #blackartists
#candles #beads #jewelry #cocoabutters #crowns #headwraps #waistbeads, #beardoil #beardbalm #mensgifts #womensgifts #babygifts #familygifts #dopeart #kwanzaa #christmas #gift #melanin #problack #jams #chutneys #healing #cures #medicine #natural #organic #upcycle #shoes #scarves #earrings #lasercut #leather #leggings #lularoe #bakedgoods #cupcakes #eats #culinaryart #blackhaircare #bodycare #comics #holidaycards #christmascards #calendars #2018calendars #kwanzaacards #kwanzaa #blackbuyingpower #buyingpowerr #cooporative #collective #unique #international #africandiaspora #africa #wearewhowevebeenwaitingfor #wearetheanswer #blackpeople #blackeconomics #cooperativeeconomics #blackpower #teas #rawajuice #sunglasses #toys #books

https://www.facebook.com/events/193331181215778/

The Harvest Cup @ DCU Center
Dec 16 @ 11:00 am – 8:00 pm

The Harvest Cup comes to Massachusetts for the first time ever!!!

The Harvest Cup is a trade show exhibition and cannabis cup competition event to bring those with passion for the cannabis industry together for some fun and networking. There will be guest speakers and panel discussions from all areas of the cannabis industry, an education village, as well as a live radio broadcast by 94HJY during the event. We are expecting attendees from all over New England.

www.theharvestcup.org

https://www.facebook.com/events/1302997459826460/

Bundle up Boston! @ Boston Common
Dec 16 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm

The cold weather is here and there are many people without enough to keep warm. Well, here’s an easy way to bundle up Boston! Just get together some new or gently used hats, gloves or scarves and bring them to the Bundle Up Boston booth in Boston Common! They’ll take your donation and hang it on a tree for someone in need. Donations are being accepted on December 16th, from 12p-2p, at the booth by the bandstand in Boston Common.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1525860374188390/

It’s a Wonderful Life @ Brattle Theatre
Dec 16 @ 12:30 pm – 2:40 pm

A Holiday Tradition!
Friday 12/15 at 7:00 (SOLD OUT)
Saturday 12/16 at 12:30, 3:30 (SOLD OUT)
Sunday 12/17 at 12:30, 3:30 (SOLD OUT), 6:30 (SOLD OUT)
*A very limited number of tickets will be held aside for _Brattle_members_only_ at all shows with exception of Friday 12/15.

Jimmy Stewart plays George Bailey, a forlorn small-town banker with a serious case of regret who, while considering suicide, meets Clarence (Travers), an angel in training. Clarence shows George what life would be like if he had never been born, and through this George is able to realize how valuable one person’s life can be. This film, which offers one of the most memorable (and bittersweet) Christmas stories ever, is a wonderful reminder that life may not be what we expected but it is still sweet and rich. Forget about watching this classic film at home on TV, we’re showing it the way it was meant to be seen: on the Big Screen on real-live 35mm film!
IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE (1946) dir Frank Capra w/Jimmy Stewart, Donna Reed, Lionel Barrymore, Henry Travers [130 min; 35mm]

Trailer: https://youtu.be/LJfZaT8ncYk

https://www.facebook.com/events/341160899688098/?event_time_id=341160913021430

JP Holiday Flea @ Spontaneous Celebrations
Dec 16 @ 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm

SEEK + FIND Boston presents its 3rd annual…

JP HOLIDAY FLEA !

SAT 1-6pm
SUN 11am-5pm

@Spontaneous Celebration
45 Danforth St
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
Stony Brook T Stop – Orange Line
www.JPflea.com

2 Floors
60+ Vendors

Our annual holiday market is back with a bevy of local artists, small businesses and independent merchants covering all your bases this holiday season.

gifts • succulents • records • live tailoring & alterations • pottery • art • zines • vintage clothing + accessories • rare & used books • teas • candles • terrariums • handmade soaps • prints • housewares • planters • bodycare • cat toys • jewelry • fiber art • crafts & more!

+++++VENDORS INCLUDE+++++
Abby Neale (zines, prints & patches) abbyneale.com
Alvin’s Collectibles (vintage & antiques)
Backyard Soap Co. (handmade soap, candles & skincare) Backyardsoapco.com
Bombadil’s (handmade beaded
Boston Bag Lady (vintage paper goods) BostonBagLady.etsy.com
Bread and Roses (wreaths, bouquets & garland) BreadandRosesstudio.com
Deb Step (prints, zines & accessories) Etsy.com/shop/WalkInStudio
Decadent West (clothing, prints & coozies) etsy.com/shop/decadentwest
Dripping Dream Vintage (vintage clothing & acc) depop.com/drippingdream
Fresh Style Cats (catnip toys & more)
Hearts Intuit (divination tools & accessories)
Lexi’s Tree Fort (bags, hate, jewelry & more) www.lexistreefort.com
Mass Love Distro (zines, books, records & more) masslovedistro.storenvy.com
My Big Pink Crafty Box (feminist pins, fiber art ornaments & more)
Omaha Beach Reads (rare & used books)
Our Back Pockets (stationary) www.ourbackpockets.com
Maxwell Shane (original art, jewelry & more) https://www.etsy.com/shop/churchofwalmart
Savon de Cruzan Bodyworks (handmade soap & bodycare) SavonDeCruzan.Etsy.com
Second Sun Creatives (up-cycled art & jewelry) Secondsuncreatives.com
Scope Apparel (clothing, acc & art) ScopeApparel.com
Soy Much Brighter (soy candles) www.soymuchbrighter.etsy.com
Squishy Sandwich Art (prints, zines & more) instagram.com/bloodcraisin
Syrian Refugee Crafts
THANKYOU_SEAN (art prints, patches & more) www.seanpatrickwatroba.com
Uhuru Solidarity Movement (zines & clothing) www.uhurusolidarity.org
Vagabundo Studio (terrariums, succulents, pottery & more)
Valiant Vinyl (rare records)
Vivant Vintage (vintage clothing, acc & more) VivantVintage.com
Zombie Romance (art, prints & more)
Zane ceramics (handmade pottery)

+++++SATURDAY ONLY VENDORS+++++
Alchemic Magic (small batch aromatherapy)
Ali Grey Shop (jewelry) www.etsy.com/shop/aligreyshop
Ankana (paintings, prints & crochet items) Facebook.com/madebyAnkana
Bites Treats (organic dog treats)www.etsy.com.shop.bitestreats
DaSilva Studios (handmade jewelry) dasilvastudios.com
Eternity Chloe + Isabel (jewelry & more) Eternity.chloeandisabel.com
Flygirl Couture (clothing & acc) www.ilovefgc.com
Hot Foot Vintage (Vintage clothing & records) https://www.instagram.com/hotfootvintage/
Jennifer’s Handmade Soap (soaps & bath products) www.jennifersoap.com
Little Boxes Art (handmade jewelry) littleboxesart.com
Miller Blue (Hand-dyed scarves & clothing)
Mimsy Craft (crocheted winterwear & more) www.facebook.com/mimsycraft
Mishmash (paintings, prints, jewelry & more) www.tessaamoroso.com
Nicholas Burgess (paintings, pins, zines, art & more) nicholasburgess.com
Odys Fashion (handmade bags)
Snake Hair Press (zines & prints) snakehair.bigcartel.com/
Sew Tender Designs (embroidery) www.sewtenderdesigns.etsy.com
Still Dead illustrations (art, prints & more) www.stilldeadart.com
Your Cool Aunt (vintage housewares, jewelry, clothing) Ebay.com/usr/misspuss

+++++SUNDAY ONLY VENDORS+++++
Ann Stratford (zines & embroidery)
Athenas & Heavenly Goddess (spa, massage & bath products) www.goddesscecilia.com
The atomic garden (jewelry) https://www.etsy.com/shop/theatomicgarden
E.A. Hopkins Designs (prints & postcards) eahopkinsphotography.wordpress.com
For Ethel/Phinneys Friends (crafts) www.phinneysfriends.org
Innana Healing (apothecary) https://silaassad.wixsite.com/healing
Inkroot Studio (prints, zines, totes & more) noahgrigni.com
Jeperbees (patches, zines & more) www.jepervary.com/store
Lily Xie (art & zines) instagram.com/lolydrows/
Kenahora (amulets, jewelry & alter supplies) www.etsy.com/shop/kenahoraamulets
Pun Pantry (T-shirts, totes & more) punpantry.com

https://www.facebook.com/events/338981636512164/

It’s a Wonderful Life @ Brattle Theatre
Dec 16 @ 3:30 pm – 5:40 pm

A Holiday Tradition!
Friday 12/15 at 7:00 (SOLD OUT)
Saturday 12/16 at 12:30, 3:30 (SOLD OUT)
Sunday 12/17 at 12:30, 3:30 (SOLD OUT), 6:30 (SOLD OUT)
*A very limited number of tickets will be held aside for _Brattle_members_only_ at all shows with exception of Friday 12/15.

Jimmy Stewart plays George Bailey, a forlorn small-town banker with a serious case of regret who, while considering suicide, meets Clarence (Travers), an angel in training. Clarence shows George what life would be like if he had never been born, and through this George is able to realize how valuable one person’s life can be. This film, which offers one of the most memorable (and bittersweet) Christmas stories ever, is a wonderful reminder that life may not be what we expected but it is still sweet and rich. Forget about watching this classic film at home on TV, we’re showing it the way it was meant to be seen: on the Big Screen on real-live 35mm film!
IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE (1946) dir Frank Capra w/Jimmy Stewart, Donna Reed, Lionel Barrymore, Henry Travers [130 min; 35mm]

Trailer: https://youtu.be/LJfZaT8ncYk

https://www.facebook.com/events/341160899688098/?event_time_id=341160916354763

Holiday Party & Strategy Review @ Boston May Day Coalition
Dec 16 @ 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Build community with us, celebrate a year of struggle, and discuss strategies and goals for 2018.

Pot Luck style food and beverages

The Boston May Day Coalition organized in 2006 to support El Gran Paro (general strike) for migrant rights. Each year we host a May Day rally to raise our demands and celebrate International Workers Day, recognizing labor and migrant struggles throughout history. 2017 was a challenging year with attacks against DACA, TPS, and Muslim travel. A powerful mass movement will be necessary to repel these attacks. Join us!

https://www.facebook.com/events/172857836635554/

Coming Together in Concert for Puerto Rico @ Central Unitarian Church
Dec 16 @ 7:00 pm – 10:30 pm

For Full Information including video and tickets:
www.concert-for-puerto-rico-12-16.eventbrite.com

Benefit concert, completely volunteer effort, for the people of Puerto Rico suffering from the combined effects of Hurricanes Irma and María, as well as the revocation of the waiver of the Jones Act.

https://www.facebook.com/events/238700816661493/

Kate Grom & Ali Funkhouser: Gifts of Song @ THE BLACK BOX Online
Dec 16 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

THE BLACK BOX presents “Gifts of Song” with Kate Grom and Ali Funkhouser! Kate Grom will be singing songs from her debut album! Described by No Depression Magazine as ‘when country meets smo-o-o-th,’ Kate Grom’s songs on her debut album “Heroine” are inspired by New Jersey horse country and romantic European journeys. Ali Funkhouser is an actress and singer with a love for comedy. Her solo cabaret shows have been described as “still happening.” Combining musical theatre comedy and jazz standards, she’s bringing holiday shenanigans to THE BLACK BOX.
Proceeds benefit Saddlebred Rescue and The Shadow Fund NE- helping horses in need, and companion pets and their people at the holidays.
http://www.kategrom.com/
https://www.alifunkhouser.com/
Adults $20
Student/College $15
Senior $15

https://www.facebook.com/events/1761948047445096/

The Cantab Lounge @ Cantab Lounge
Dec 16 @ 9:30 pm – Dec 17 @ 1:30 am

Come out for a Christmas party… Marsels style.

https://www.facebook.com/events/129232981176476/

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CraftBoston Holiday Shopping Event @ John B. Hynes Veterans Memorial Convention Center
Dec 17 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Twice a year, craft artists from all around the country gather for the region’s premier, juried exhibition and sale of contemporary craft. Guests meet and interact with the artists who make handmade goods using centuries-old skills in mediums like ceramics, fiber, glass, metal and wood.

More info goo.gl/wcqWCs

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https://www.facebook.com/events/383723568733573/

Anarchist Community Potluck & Bookswap
Dec 17 @ 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

Combine the colder weather with the struggle to take care of ourselves and make ends meet, many of us get isolated and disconnected from our radical roots. We are stronger when we are connected and when we are connected, our capacity to support ourselves and each other is exponential.

So, come on the third Sunday of every month from 11-3 pm and meet your local anarchist community! Socialize, share food, and exchange books and zines. There will be space for local organizations to share a bit about the worth they are doing and for people to offer and receive mutual aid.

This event is free for all, but there will be a donation jar that will be given to Makeshift Boston as a thank you for the space!

Please comment below with what food and/or beverage you are bringing! Also, please label all food with ingredients, vegan and/or vegetarian and gluten-free if it applies!

*We will also be using this space to collect gently used toys, games, and children’s crafts for children’s spaces at future events so please donate!*

Accessibility: Makeshift is on the first floor with no steps to enter. The bulk of the space, including the bathroom is flat and open. There is a variety of seating, from a couch to traditional folding chairs, to armed office chairs. There is very limited street parking and space is about .25 flat walk from the Mass Ave T station.

Childcare: Will be provided on site!

https://www.facebook.com/events/125101294817453/

Holiday Market Xmas TreeAfrique “Sunday Only”
Dec 17 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Tribe….. STYLLISITIK “Specializing In All Hair Care” will be in the building on SUNday, DECEMBER 17, 2017 Selling our oils and styllisitk accessories.
11:00 AM to 3:00 PM at 2136 Washington Street
Roxbury, Massachusetts 02119 for our Holiday Market XMASTreeAfrique [SUNDAY ONLY] #blackmarketdudley #blackmarkettribe #healing #physicianhealthyself #health #wellness #fitness #mental #physical #spiritual #mind #body #soul #thingstodoinboston #thingstodoinroxbury #nextweekend #thingstodoindudley #blackinboston #blackbusinessowner

https://www.facebook.com/events/2039829039596738/

The Harvest Cup @ DCU Center
Dec 17 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm

The Harvest Cup comes to Massachusetts for the first time ever!!!

The Harvest Cup is a trade show exhibition and cannabis cup competition event to bring those with passion for the cannabis industry together for some fun and networking. There will be guest speakers and panel discussions from all areas of the cannabis industry, an education village, as well as a live radio broadcast by 94HJY during the event. We are expecting attendees from all over New England.

www.theharvestcup.org

https://www.facebook.com/events/1994160134192967/

It’s a Wonderful Life @ Brattle Theatre
Dec 17 @ 12:30 pm – 2:40 pm

A Holiday Tradition!
Friday 12/15 at 7:00 (SOLD OUT)
Saturday 12/16 at 12:30, 3:30 (SOLD OUT)
Sunday 12/17 at 12:30, 3:30 (SOLD OUT), 6:30 (SOLD OUT)
*A very limited number of tickets will be held aside for _Brattle_members_only_ at all shows with exception of Friday 12/15.

Jimmy Stewart plays George Bailey, a forlorn small-town banker with a serious case of regret who, while considering suicide, meets Clarence (Travers), an angel in training. Clarence shows George what life would be like if he had never been born, and through this George is able to realize how valuable one person’s life can be. This film, which offers one of the most memorable (and bittersweet) Christmas stories ever, is a wonderful reminder that life may not be what we expected but it is still sweet and rich. Forget about watching this classic film at home on TV, we’re showing it the way it was meant to be seen: on the Big Screen on real-live 35mm film!
IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE (1946) dir Frank Capra w/Jimmy Stewart, Donna Reed, Lionel Barrymore, Henry Travers [130 min; 35mm]

Trailer: https://youtu.be/LJfZaT8ncYk

https://www.facebook.com/events/341160899688098/?event_time_id=341160903021431

Decolonize Puerto Rico: March and Rally
Dec 17 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Join ‘Raíces Borikén Collective’ on Sunday, December 17th at 1:00 P.M., to continue the movement to decolonize Puerto Rico. We will start in Betances Plaza, located in South End’s Villa Victoria neighborhood, to share stories, healing, art, and education before marching (con political paranda y mas) to Copley Square. We are hoping to end with a community bomba, dance and a healing space. We will build beloved community and gather to connect, share music, and learn from each other. Que vive Puerto Rico libre!

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On September 20, 2017 Hurricane Maria, made landfall in Puerto Rico destroying homes and vital infrastructure on the island. The government has reported 51 deaths, but journalists and citizens have reported more than 900 deaths. Months later many Puerto Ricans are still without clean water, electricity, access to internet or proper medical care. The delayed response from the U.S. government, as well as the continued colonization and economic exploitation of Puerto Rico, has contributed to this humanitarian crisis and interferes with recovery efforts.

In the United States, we must fight for Puerto Rico. Since colonizing the island, the United States has oppressed the people of Puerto Rico through a variety of federal actions. Policies like the Foraker Act, the Jones Act, Operation Bootstrap, pill trials, la Operacion, military use in Vieques and other government policies all paved the way for the financial, environmental, medical, and political exploitation and deterioration of Puerto Rico.

Only Congress can: (1) repeal the Jones Act, (2) dismantle PROMESA and the financial oversight board that takes away our self-governance, (3) cancel the debt, and (4) help Puerto Ricans across the U.S. as well as those on the Island. And we, the diaspora of Puerto Rico, can unite to fight against these inhuman policies and pressure Congress to do what is right. Join us in solidarity.

This is a moment to gather and act in greater Boston.

In solidarity,

Raíces Borikén Collective, Lead Organizers

Eroc Arroyo-Montano
Jasmin Torrejon Chu
Cassandra Lopez Fradera
Jasmine Gomez
Eli “Lady” Pabon

Who is RBC: Raíces Borikén Collective (RBC) is a radical Boston-based group rooted in the Puerto Rican diaspora. We are activists, advocates, educators and organizers that are majority women and queer led. RBC supports the work of dismantling the “imperialist white supremacist- capitalist patriarchal system”* forced upon Puerto Rico, and will continue to advance the movement of decolonizing Puerto Rico through education, direct action, and community based reimagining. Que Viva Puerto Rico Libre!

*Quote from bell hooks.

We wanted to give special thanks to all of our amazing co-sponsors for this upcoming rally and march!

Co-sponsors:

ACT UP C.L.A.S.S.W.A.R
AgitArte
BeanTown Lockers
Black and Pink, Boston
Black Lives Matter Boston
BOMBAntillana
Boston Liberation Health
Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice
Defend Puerto Rico
Foundation Movement
Jewish Voice for Peace
Massachusetts Jobs with Justice!
Mijente, National
Mijente, Boston
National Lawyers Guild
Neighbor to Neighbor, Massachusetts
Seeds of our Ancestors
SURJ Boston – Showing Up for Racial Justice
Tod@s Collaborative
The City School
The Network/La Red
United American Indians of New England
United for a Fair Economy
USW Local 8751

We will be posting a schedule of events soon!

Únete a la Colective de Raíces Boriken sábado 17 de Diciembre a la 1:00PM para continuar la lucha de descolonizar a Puerto Rico. Comenzaremos en Plaza Betances, la cual está localizada en el barrio de Villa Victoria en el South End de Boston. Estaremos compartiendo cuentos de nuestra historia, creando espacio para sanación colectiva, arte, y educación antes de marchar a Copley Square (con música de parranda). Esperamos terminar nuestra manifestación con bomba, baile, y un espacio para sanación como comunidad. Estaremos fortaleciendo a nuestra comunidad querida, uniéndonos, compartiendo música, y aprendiendo de uno al otro. Que viva Puerto Rico libre!

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Contexto:

El huracán Maria aterrizó en Puerto Rico el 20 de Septiembre 2017, destruyendo casas e infraestructura vital en la isla. El gobierno ha reportado 51 muertos, pero periodistas y ciudadanos han reportado más de 900 muertos. Meses después, hay Boricuas que todavía no tienen agua limpia para beber, electricidad, acceso a internet o a cuidado médico adecuado. La respuesta lenta de los Estados Unidos además de la colonización y explotación económica ha contribuido a esta crisis humanitaria e interferido con los esfuerzos de rescate y recuperación.

En los Estados Unidos, tenemos que luchar por Puerto Rico. Desde que los Estados Unidos colonizó a Puerto Rico, este país ha oprimido a los Puertorriqueños a través de una variedad de acciones federales. Pólizas como el Foraker Act, Jones Act, Operation Bootstrap, pruebas experimentales de pastillas, la Operación, uso militar de Vieques y otras pólizas han hecho el camino para la explotación financial, ambiental, medica, político, y la deterioración de Puerto Rico.

El Congreso federal es la única entidad que pueda: (1) revocar el Jones Act, (2) desmantelar la junta ejecutiva de PROMESA-la cual está impidiendo que tengamos autonomía en nuestra gobernación, (3) cancelar la deuda, y (4) ayudar a todos los Puertorriqueños en todo éste país, incluso a aquellos en la isla. Nosotros, como la diáspora de Puerto Rico, podemos unirnos para combatir estas pólizas inhumanas y presionar al Congreso a hacer lo que es justo para nuestro pueblo. Unese en solidaridad con nosotros.

Este es un momento para unirnos y tomar acción en Boston,

En Solidaridad,

Raíces Borikén Collective, Organizadores Principales

Eroc Arroyo-Montano
Jasmin Torrejon Chu
Cassandra Lopez Fradera
Jasmine Gomez
Eli “Lady” Pabon

Quien es RBC: El Colectivo Raíces Borikén (RBC) es un grupo radical basado en Boston, cual tiene raíces en la diaspora Puertorriqueña. Somos activistas, abogados, educadores, y organizadores, y somos guiados mayormente por mujeres y personas queer. RBC apoya el trabajo de desmantelar “la supremacía imperialista blanca-sistema capitalista patriarcal (imperialist white supremacist- capitalist patriarchal system)”* que fue impuesta sobre Puerto Rico. Continuaremos avanzando el movimiento de descolonizar a Puerto Rico usando educación popular, tomando acción directa, e reimaginando el futuro de Puerto Rico como comunidad. and will continue to advance the movement of decolonizing Puerto Rico through education, direct action, and community based reimagining. Que Viva Puerto Rico Libre!

*desde bell hooks

https://www.facebook.com/events/111797746264308/

December Peace Concert @ Regent Theatre Arlington
Dec 17 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Escape holiday stress–Attend Stanton Lanier’s December Peace Concert, with piano and visuals from this award-winning album.

https://www.facebook.com/events/135802780518918/

Holiday Maker Market @ Hatch by WFPL. Watertown's Makerspace.
Dec 17 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Come experience the marvels created by the Hatch community, from laser cut jewelry to Arduino controlled masks! All in time for the holidays.

https://www.facebook.com/events/819091901604030/

GRCB Holiday Rock n’ Roll Social @ Atwood's Tavern
Dec 17 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

GRCB Holiday Rock n’ Roll Social!
Sunday, December 17th, 2017
3:00- 6:00
$12 adv, $15 at the door

Join us for our 3rd Annual Girls Rock Campaign Holiday fundraiser with music provided by:

Anjimile
http://www.anjimile.com/

Hilken Mancini & Chris Colbourn
https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/mancinicolbourn

Magen Tracy & the Missed Connections
(special acoustic performance)
https://magentracymusic.com/

Miss Geo
www.missgeomusic.com
Facebook.com/missgeomusic
soundcloud.com/missgeomusic

Happy Little Clouds
happylittleclouds.com

We’ll have special raffles & rockin’ GRCB merch for all your holiday gifting needs!

The show is all ages but anyone under 21 has to be accompanied by an adult!

Our mission:
Girls Rock Campaign Boston empowers girls to believe in themselves by providing a supportive community that fosters self-expression, confidence, and collaboration through musical education and performance.

Girls Rock Campaign Boston is an all female, all volunteer run organization! We offer summer camp for girls ages 8 – 17 years old. During each session girls learn how to play instruments, form a band, compose an all-original song and perform live at a local rock venue! GRCB also provides workshops geared towards self-esteem building and self-expression. Girls Rock Campaign Boston is a 501(c)(3) non profit, feminist organization. By making knowledge accessible and providing a safe space for girls and women, GRCB is a key element in bringing about necessary social change in our community.

For additional information and to learn how you can get involved and/or volunteer: www.girlsrockboston.org

https://www.facebook.com/events/430085557394548/

Massachusetts Bail Fund Annual Fundraiser @ 268 Humboldt Ave
Dec 17 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Please join us at our Annual Fundraiser!

Donation suggestion of $10-$40 at the door but no one will be turned away. $40 is the fee we pay for every single bail we post at the jails. It’s non-refundable and since 2013, we have spent $30,000.00 in this fee alone.

Please RSVP at the ticketing link above.

2017 has been a transformative year for the bail fund. We joined a network of over 30 grassroots bail funds accross the country, to share knowledge and to work on a plan for what’s next in the pre-trial abolition landscape. We partnered with local community organizations to do bailouts in places and at times that were new to us. We used our experience and knowledge to advocate against terrible expansions of bail in Massachusetts and to push for ways Massachusetts can actually do better and be better. We posted our 800th bail and passed the $300,000 mark.

​Come talk with us about the people you’ve helped in the past four years, the lives you’ve changed, and how, as a community, we can do more, we can help more, and we can end this blight on our community.

Featured Speaker: Meghann Perry,

Meghann Perry is a Certified Addiction Recovery Coach, a storyteller, and a teaching artist with the Improbable Players, who bring substance use prevention into schools through the performing arts. She shares her personal stories to show the human side of addiction and incarceration and to inspire people to work for change on these issues. She has won many Story Slam titles, including the Moth, and her voice has been heard at Harvard Law School, Wellesley College, and the Mass State House. Learn more about her quest to shine light into dark places at www.meghannperry.com.

Food, childcare, conversation, and entertainment will be provided. We can’t wait to see you!

https://www.facebook.com/events/188619391702262/

It’s a Wonderful Life @ Brattle Theatre
Dec 17 @ 3:30 pm – 5:40 pm

A Holiday Tradition!
Friday 12/15 at 7:00 (SOLD OUT)
Saturday 12/16 at 12:30, 3:30 (SOLD OUT)
Sunday 12/17 at 12:30, 3:30 (SOLD OUT), 6:30 (SOLD OUT)
*A very limited number of tickets will be held aside for _Brattle_members_only_ at all shows with exception of Friday 12/15.

Jimmy Stewart plays George Bailey, a forlorn small-town banker with a serious case of regret who, while considering suicide, meets Clarence (Travers), an angel in training. Clarence shows George what life would be like if he had never been born, and through this George is able to realize how valuable one person’s life can be. This film, which offers one of the most memorable (and bittersweet) Christmas stories ever, is a wonderful reminder that life may not be what we expected but it is still sweet and rich. Forget about watching this classic film at home on TV, we’re showing it the way it was meant to be seen: on the Big Screen on real-live 35mm film!
IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE (1946) dir Frank Capra w/Jimmy Stewart, Donna Reed, Lionel Barrymore, Henry Travers [130 min; 35mm]

Trailer: https://youtu.be/LJfZaT8ncYk

https://www.facebook.com/events/341160899688098/?event_time_id=341160909688097

A Taste of Spain @ New Repertory Theatre
Dec 17 @ 4:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Join us for a tapas feast at La Casa de Pedro, followed by colorful Spanish music and dancing by FlamencoBoston!

Flamenco is an eclectic art form originating from the cultural melting pot that was the south of Spain, blending together the influences of the Andalusians, Moors, Sephardic Jews, Indians, and Gypsies. Flamenco Boston is rooted in these traditions yet employs modern harmonizations and executions of the iconic rhythms. Enjoy an authentic flamenco experience, filled with dynamic footwork, intricate guitar playing, and passionate singing, showcasing the wide emotional range that this art form has to offer.

Sunday, December 17, 2017
4:00 – 5:15pm – Tapas at La Casa De Pedro (343 Arsenal St, Watertown, MA) with a cash bar
5:30 – 6:30pm – Flamenco Boston at the Mosesian Center for the Arts MainStage Theater

https://www.facebook.com/events/201053930439378/

Candlelight Carols @ Trinity Church Boston
Dec 17 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Join us for one of Boston’s best-loved traditions for over a century. Let music by the Trinity Choirs and orchestra, readings from Scripture, and the warm glow of candlelight kindle the love of the coming Christ in your heart.

The two services on Saturday, December 16 at 4 pm & 7 pm are free and open to the public; there is a ticketed benefit on Sunday, December 17 at 4 pm.

https://www.facebook.com/events/315625522177119/

Handel’s Judas Maccabeus @ Kresge Auditorium
Dec 17 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

The story of a people’s triumph told in music of high drama and glorious pageantry, Judas Maccabaeus is George Frideric Handel at his heroic best, full of rousing choruses, ravishing duets, and fiery arias.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1864932287169774/

The Muppet Christmas Carol @ The Center For Arts Natick (TCAN)
Dec 17 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Santa will make a special appearance before the 4pm screening – pictures are welcomed!

The Muppets perform the classic Dickens holiday tale, with Kermit the Frog playing Bob Cratchit, the put-upon clerk of stingy Ebenezer Scrooge (Michael Caine). Other Muppets — Miss Piggy, Gonzo, Fozzie Bear and Sam the Eagle — weave in and out of the story, while Scrooge receives visits from spirits of three Christmases — past, present and future. They show him the error of his self-serving ways, but the miserable old man seems to be past any hope of redemption and happiness.

Rating: G
Director: Brian Henson
Starring: Michael Caine, Dave Goelz, Steve Whitmire
Release Date: 11th December 1992
Runtime: 85 mins
Format: Digital Cinema Package DCP, Dolby 5.1
Language: English

https://www.facebook.com/events/261212167737552/

Thrash N Bang’s Annual Xmas/Pizza Party Show! @ Midway Cafe
Dec 17 @ 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm

$5.00, Doors at 4:00 PM

Thrash N. Bang’s Annual Xmas/Pizza Party Show!

– Crimespree
– CAC
– The Grommets
– The Sewer Buddies

…and all the pizza you can eat!

The Midway Cafe
3496 Washington Street
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
617-524-9038
http://www.midwaycafe.com

https://www.facebook.com/events/878962655605606/