Ongoing, at First Church in Jamaica Plain, at the corner of Centre and Eliot Streets. Second and 4th Saturdays Sept-June and 4th Saturday in July. See website for dates, callers and bands. Dances normally run 7:30-1pm, usually $10, students $6, or less/what you can afford. Guest callers welcome the first dance after the break. Contact Bob Peterson at contracorner.com to reserve a slot.
Every 2nd Saturday of the month, 9pm-midnight at Jacques Underground. Boston's NEWEST / HOTTEST party for BEARS, CUBS, OTTERS and CHASERS! Hot Go Go Bears! WOOF! Chad Brennan + Matt Wilbur + Arthur. DJs MickCloud & The Yeti! No dress code! Cover: $10, 21+ only.
October 11, 18, 25, 2017, 8-11pm at Club Cafe Napoleon Room Cabaret. Come One, Come All! Professionals, rising stars, aspiring singers and folks who just love showtunes! Sing-along, Open Mic and more! with Brian Patton-Piano and Vocals. As a singer, pianist, and coach, Mr. Patton has performed throughout the Northeast and New York City for over 20 years.
October 28, 2017, 12 hours of zombies, demons, monsters, and more - all on 35mm film! The 17th time: hundreds of horror hounds spend the night together watching some of the most terrifying films ever made. Starting at midnight with George A Romero's genre-defining zombie classic Night of the Living Dead! Then Lucio Fulci's gut-wrenching flesh-eater, Zombie! Plus another 4 hours!
November 3-12, 2017. A duo of contemporary works: Obsidian Tean, a co-production with The Royal Ballet, by turns powerful and sexy, athletic and dramatic, violent and vulnerable - nine male dancers capture the emotional and social forces experienced in life as a human being; accompanied by the Boston Ballet Jorma Elo premiere set to 5th Symphony and Finlandia by Jean Sibelius.
March 30 - April 9, 2018. 34th annual LGBT film fest. Typically with over 120 films, 11 days of screenings at locations across Boston, Brookline, and Cambridge: Museum of Fine Arts, (465 Huntington Ave), Brattle Theatre (by Harvard Square, Cambridge), and Fenway Health Center (Boylston St, Boston). Also ongoing schedule of films throughout the year. See website for line-up:
April 25 - May 2, 2018. Eight days. Most screenings at The Somerville Theatre (Davis Square, Somerville), and Brattle Theatre, (by Harvard Square, Cambridge); also at The Coolidge Corner, (Brookline). IFF Boston presents more films throughout the year - see their website:
Early June, 2018, annual parade/ festival, stage entertainment and vendors, Stuart Street and Jamaica Plain block parties. Parade on Saturday, June 10 from Copley Square to arrive at City Hall Plaza Pride Festival on Cambridge Street. See website for past years media, and upcoming events details online:
July 4, 2018. Annual Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular, Hatch Shell concert on Charles River Esplanade, over 500,000 visitors. Six million Americans tune in on TV.
September 20-23, 2018 (TBC), at the Revere Hotel Boston Common and other venues. The 34th annual event. One of America's most recognized celebration of world cinema. See website for schedule.