"Everything Everywhere All at Once"
From the minds of filmmaking duo and Emerson grads Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, known as ‘The Daniels’, including sentient rocks and hot dog hands, join us for a joy-filled evening in celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) heritage month. Rated R, not suitable for children under 12.
No seating provited so BYOB… bring your own blankets! Seating is first come, first served and any chairs will be positioned in the back of the audience.
All movies will feature English subtitles for the benefit of the deaf or hard of hearing.
Admission: $5 for adult members, $7 for adult non-members, $3 for children age 3-12, free for children under age three. Ticket purchase to benefit the LGH.
Head over to Assembly Row the third Saturday of each month this summer to shop local, handmade goods, from women-owned businesses. We're talking woodworkers and potters, candle makers and illustrators - plus everything in between! Brought to you by Boston Women's Market.
Located on the row between Shake Shack and Tatte.
Join us in our Southie location to celebrate the work of artist Mark Richards. We'll provide the art and coffee!
This annual celebration of Spring will feature three stages of live music highlighting an array of genres including folk, Afro Pop, rock, funk and more!
Within and beyond the festival grounds, Harvard Square’s favorite restaurants have taken to the streets with outdoor dining patios. Deliciousness awaits you, from casual to high-end and everything in between!
Shop at over 30 artisan booths featuring one-of-kind art, clothing, jewelry and more. There is no better place to usher in warmer temperatures than Harvard Square’s MayFair!
The South Boston Chamber of Commerce and the South Boston Neighborhood Development Corporation are excited to announce this year's annual Spring Stroll will take place on Thursday, May 4 starting at 4 p.m.
The evening will feature:
- Special promotions
- Live entertainment along East and West Broadway
- Free Pedicab rides from 5-7 p.m. to whisk you to your favorite establishments
Join the JP Jubilee Chorus for their spring concert "Love is Love" at St. John's Church, 1 Roanoke Ave, JP. Lead by Music Director Laura Nevitt.
Wheelchair accessible, vaccination and masks required.
Join J.P. Licks in our first ever blood drive! The Kraft Family Blood Donor Center will have their Blood Mobile outside of our South Bay store 11:30 am - 6 pm on December 6th to help keep the blood banks stocked this holiday season! We recommend signing up ahead of time here and walk-ins will be available as time allows. Donors will receive a Kraft Family Blood Donor Center $10 gas card and the first 20 donors will receive a J.P. Licks gift card as well.
Photo ID required for all donors and be sure to hydrate and eat before donating!
Come down to Castle Island Brewing, Co's South Boston Taproom (10 Colony Ave, Boston) on Thursday, 11/3 for some CROOKED KARAOKE! We’re celebrating the debut of our new Salted Caramel Infused Coffee Ice Cream and their new limited-release Crooked Cow Prints. Put your name on the list, and sing off-key with a Crooked Float in hand. YES, they will have beer floats made with our ice cream available for the night, and our friends from J.P Lick’s with some giveaways.
Come celebrate this partnership with us!
Join Title Doctor Kristen Paulson-Nguyen for “J.P. Lit and Licks,” a Boston Book Festival Prologue event celebrating the Jamaica Plain neighborhood and the power of literary community. Beth Castrodale (I Mean You No Harm), Mindy Fried (Caring for Red: A Daughter’s Memoir), Rosalyn Elder (Exploring the Legacy: People and Places of Significance), Neema Avashia (Another Appalachia), and Paulson-Nguyen (“Skating through the Ages”) will read and challenge the audience to Tabloid Title trivia, with sweet rewards. Books available in store or by order at Papercuts, J.P.’s bookstore (60 South Street).
Free and open to the public. Tuesday, October 25 from 7-9 pm in our Jamaica Plain location. 659 Centre Street.
659 Centre Street