• FREE night at the Museum of Fine Arts (meet at 6 pm)

    Museum of Fine Arts

    • What we'll do Let's meet near the information desk at 6 pm and head in at 6:15. I'll swing back around again at 7 pm to gather latecomers and anyone who wants to reconvene. As always, look for my bow tie and say hello! Finally we'll reconvene one last time at 8 pm around the information desk to see who wants to go out for dinner. If there are takers, we'll find some local place within walking distance and dine together. The MFA is "by donation" after 4 pm on Wednesdays. Donations are purely optional. So, enjoy the MFA for free, or donate a little something if you wish. • What to bring • Important to know We'll meet/reconvene and 6 pm, 7 pm, and 8 pm at the rear ticket windows.

  • Laugh at 8 O'clock at 730! Free Stand-Up Comedy Show sponsored by the 730 Tavern

    • What we'll do For meetuppers who enjoy quality stand-up comedy! We will have a couple tables reserved for you so that you fine individuals can experience comedy together. Every week, Anderson Comedy and the 730 Tavern, Kitchen and Patio, produce a stand-up comedy show featuring comedians both local and national. Our comedians have Comedy Central, late-Night television, and prestigious comedy-festivals to their name! We lean more alternative with our comedy choices, but we have a wide variety of styles of points of views that are sure to fill your laugh buckets with hilarity! Myself and legendary host Rob "Jeans" Crean will make sure you and your fellow patrons of high quality deals will have a fantastic time at our show. Come make friends/solid acquaintances and create laugh sounds! • What to bring • Important to know

  • A1 Headliners Stand-Up in Harvard Square

    John Harvard's Brewery and Ale House

    • What we'll do Cambridge, Massachusetts THURSDAYS 9:00PM John Harvard's Brewery & Ale House, 33 Dunster St, Cambridge, MA 02138 Headliners in Harvard Square->>Top Comedians come headline this Cambridge Brewery & Ale house. Plus great food & beer selection. NO COVER! Past performers include: Sean Sullivan, Nick Chambers, Jess Miller, Chris Pennie, Corey Rodrigues, Lamont Price, Harrison Greenbaum, Phoebe Angle, Tamer Kattan, Sam Ike, Dave Russo, Corey Manning, Laura Severse, Nonye Brown-West, Rob Crean, Ben Quick, Tricia Auld, Mike Bain, Jeremy Scippio, Mark Gallagher, James Patterson, Jimmie Davis, Bethany Van Delft, EJ Edmonds, Josh Filipowski and more • What to bring Selves and senses of humor • Important to know FREE show & donations for performers accepted and encouraged.

  • Latin Night @ Storyville!🕺

    Storyville

    Hey folks, ready for the weekend! Me too! So let's meetup, make new friends, eat, drink and dance! 💃 Join me and some friends and let's hit the dance floor and dance, dance, dance the night away with your new friends! (Cross posted event) "The Hottest Latin Night In Boston! LATIN FRIDAYS @ STORYVILLE (Copley- Back Bay) 3 DJs / 2 Rooms *Main Room: Hip Hop & Latin Music *Bordello Room: DJ Scorpion playing Merengue, Bachata, Salsa, Reggaeton & More!" Free Admission if you are on the guest list Before 11:30pm and $20 afterwards. Guest list link: https://www.tablelist.com/v/storyville-boston-335c7e30719ae03e A group of us will meet at Red Lantern 39 Stanhope St, Boston, MA 02116 at 7pm for food and drinks and then head over to Storyville together at 10:30PM Dress code: "Dress shoes and collared shirts are encouraged for men. Shorts, flip flops, sneakers, sports jerseys, tank tops, and ripped or baggy clothes are not permitted."

  • Harvard Museum Gallery Tour

    1 Oxford St

    Hey everyone this one is going to be a few hours so get out your comfortable shoes and let’s share in an authentic cultural experience. To join us and be able to generally keep up with us please use the schedule of where we will be below. Parking info is at the very bottom of this post. Also please use the comment section if you have to. I have added some descriptive info on each museum below. Also I have left the times that the museum will be free in case you want to go on you own. I don’t plan on lingering so it’s hard to say what time I will be leaving each museum so the 3pm regrouping will be helpful. *IMPORTANT* Proof of residency is an ID with your address on it). For people who get tired early please trickle over to Border Café and the rest of us will head over afterwards. I have the schedule laid out so that we can get in to all of the museums for free, but feel free to donate to one or all of them but it is not necessary. SCHEDULE: - 1st. The Putnam Gallery 1 Oxford Street Cambridge, Mass. 02138. at 11am. to 4p.m. - 2nd Semitic Museum 6 Divinity Ave. Cambridge, Mass. 02138 Admission: Free 11:00 am–4:00 pm a quick 3 min walk around the corner. *At 3pm. If you got separated from the group please rejoins us at our 3rd stop at 3pm. - 3rd Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology, Proof of residency required - 11 Divinity Ave. Cambridge, Mass. 02138 ST Wednesdays from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm - 4th The Harvard Museum of Natural History 26 Oxford Street, Cambridge, Mass. 02138 Proof of residency required WED 3:00pm -5PM FREE -5th Let’s EAT! Ok that was a lot! If you get tired please head over to Border Café and the rest of us will head over afterwards. Border Café Address: 32 Church St, Cambridge, MA 02138 (extra info on the each museum feel free to skip to the parking info at the end) -1st Stop: The Putnam Gallery 136, 1 Oxford Street, Cambridge) : A broad range of scientific disciplines are represented, including astronomy, navigation, horology, surveying, geology, calculating, physics, biology, medicine, psychology, electricity, and communication. Significant instruments, made obsolete by new technologies, continue to be incorporated. -2nd Stop: Harvard Semitic The Harvard Semitic Museum - 6 Divinity Avenue Cambridge 02138 Founded in 1889, the Harvard Semitic Museum houses more than 40,000 Near Eastern artifacts, mostly from museum-sponsored excavations. -3rd Stop: Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology, 11 Divinity Ave. Cambridge, Mass. 02138 The Peabody is well known for its significant collections of archaeological and ethnographic materials from around the world. -4th Stop: The Harvard Museum of Natural History is the public face of three research museums: the Harvard University Herbaria, the Mineralogical & Geological Museum, and the Museum of Comparative Zoology all under one roof, Mineralogical & Geological Museum The mineral collection is the oldest university mineral collection in the nation. Today the mineral collections contain more than 100,000 specimens and rank among the world's finest. Harvard University Herbaria Together with the Bailey-Wetmore Wood Collection, the Paleobotanical Collections, and the Botanical Museum Collection, the Herbaria have more than five million specimens, making the total collection one of the ten largest herbaria in the world. Museum of Comparative Zoology The museum serves as the primary repository for zoological specimens collected by past and present.) Proof of residency required. - Museum Parking - Parking in front of the museum is not available. Parking for cars and vans is available at the garage located at 52 Oxford Street. Permits must be purchased in advance online through the Harvard Parking Office using code 2021.

  • Laugh at 8 O'clock at 730! Free Stand-Up Comedy Show sponsored by the 730 Tavern

    • What we'll do For meetuppers who enjoy quality stand-up comedy! We will have a couple tables reserved for you so that you fine individuals can experience comedy together. Every week, Anderson Comedy and the 730 Tavern, Kitchen and Patio, produce a stand-up comedy show featuring comedians both local and national. Our comedians have Comedy Central, late-Night television, and prestigious comedy-festivals to their name! We lean more alternative with our comedy choices, but we have a wide variety of styles of points of views that are sure to fill your laugh buckets with hilarity! Myself and legendary host Rob "Jeans" Crean will make sure you and your fellow patrons of high quality deals will have a fantastic time at our show. Come make friends/solid acquaintances and create laugh sounds! • What to bring • Important to know

  • 🍻 &Convo

    Howl at the Moon

    It's THIRSTY THURSDAY let's unwind with some good convo, nice cocktails and even better company. I'll be there at 4:45 for any EARLY birds. PROPER ID is required, the LIVE BAND starts PLAYING at 7pm, NO COVER before 10pm this ends WHENEVER you leave. There will be FREE APPS from 6pm -8pm and cool drink SPECIALS, tell the DOORMAN your with MEEKA to receive your wristband, I will NOT be responding to ANYONE after 5pm, The GROUP WILL BE at the HIGH TABLES left of the entrance, come in and INTRODUCE YOURSELF to other MEMBERS, this is a MULTI GROUP event.

  • A1 Headliners Stand-Up in Harvard Square

    John Harvard's Brewery and Ale House

    • What we'll do Cambridge, Massachusetts THURSDAYS 9:00PM John Harvard's Brewery & Ale House, 33 Dunster St, Cambridge, MA 02138 Headliners in Harvard Square->>Top Comedians come headline this Cambridge Brewery & Ale house. Plus great food & beer selection. NO COVER! Past performers include: Sean Sullivan, Nick Chambers, Jess Miller, Chris Pennie, Corey Rodrigues, Lamont Price, Harrison Greenbaum, Phoebe Angle, Tamer Kattan, Sam Ike, Dave Russo, Corey Manning, Laura Severse, Nonye Brown-West, Rob Crean, Ben Quick, Tricia Auld, Mike Bain, Jeremy Scippio, Mark Gallagher, James Patterson, Jimmie Davis, Bethany Van Delft, EJ Edmonds, Josh Filipowski and more • What to bring Selves and senses of humor • Important to know FREE show & donations for performers accepted and encouraged.

  • 🌹Stroll @Public Garden

    Park Street

    Hello Spring let's take a walk through the public garden, and look at all the pretty colors🌹🌷🌹. We will be meeting outside of Park Street Station in front of the FOUNTAIN picture in post, this WALK starts at 1:15 SHARP and is about an 45min to an HOUR long so wear comfy shoes, then AFTER our walk we will grab a bite to eat at MOOYAH burgers and fries (140 Tremont Street). This is a multi group event.