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On the Calendar: Boston, March 2020

Stories Caitlin Moakley
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Whether you’re looking for a quiet afternoon at the museum or a punk-fueled Saint Patrick’s Day—Darkbuster in the house!—the Boston area has it all. And Restaurant Week is back. Lace up your sneakers, grab your friends, leash up your dog, buy tickets, make reservations, and get out there.

Chinese New Year Celebration

Mar. 1
Winthrop Square, Cambridge

harvardsquare.com


International Folk Music Festival

Mar. 3
Berklee Performing Arts Center, Boston

berklee.edu


SoWa First Friday

Mar. 6
South End, Boston

sowaartists.com


Restaurant Week/Dine Out Boston

Mar. 1–6, 8–13
Various locations, Boston

bostonusa.com
Taste your way through Boston with over 100 restaurants offering fixed menus.


Boston Flower and Garden Show

Mar. 11–15
Seaport World Trade Center, Boston

bostonflowershow.com


Dropkick Murphys and Darkbuster

Mar. 17
House of Blues, Boston

houseofblues.com
Two local bands take the stage for an epic St. Patrick’s Day celebration.


Ciclismo Classico Bike Travel Film Festival

Mar. 19
Regent Theater, Arlington

ciclismoclassico.com


NECANN

Mar. 20–22
Hynes Convention Center, Boston

necann.com
Come to the New England Cannabis Convention to hear from local cannabis industry leaders and discover brands and organizations advocating for more access.


Greatest Party on Earth

Mar. 21
Artists for Humanity Epicenter, Boston

greatestpartyonearth.com
Join the Artists for Humanity crew for dinner, dancing, and artistic observation.


Boston Design Week

Mar. 25–April 5
Various locations, Greater Boston

bostondesignweek.com


Amazing Archaeology Fair

Mar. 29
Peabody Museum and the Harvard Semitic Museum, Cambridge

peabody.harvard.edu

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