I know! I know! It’s mid-way through November and I’m just now telling you about events happening in and around the city! Better late than never, I say. See below for these awesome events taking place now and through the end of the month. And if you are wondering ‘what’s up with all the entrepreneur stuff?’ – guess what? It turns out November is National Entrepreneur Month. How fitting!
Top Eye Open Play
November 10th – November 19th
Top Eye Open is a play about the first person arrested in Boston under the Fugitive Slave Law. This play is directed by Jacqui Parker, 2015-2016 Hibernian Hall Playwright in Residence and scripted and composed by Dillon Bustin, Hibernian Hall’s Artistic Director. This play is only showing through Saturday, so do not wait to see it!
Cafe Night at Roxbury Innovation Center
Calling all my entrepreneurs! These monthly Café Nights are not to be missed as they offer valuable opportunities to network, collaborate and learn how to grow, improve and sustain your business. This month’s topics include “Marketing to Today’s Buyer” and “How to Fund Your Business Using Social Media.” You definitely do not want to miss!
Safe Space for Parents of Color to Gather
For all the parents of color, feeling some type of way since the presidential election, here’s your opportunity to share those feelings and frustrations in a safe place!
Boston Discusses Racism
“Boston is so racist!” I can not begin to tell you how many times I’ve heard this said before. Well the city is addressing it and here’s your chance to share your thoughts with the Mayor. Stop talking your friend’s ear off and go down there and talk about it with the people who really need to know.
Paint Your Truth
Sexual assault and trauma are huge issues in our communities and they are seldom discussed or dealt with. Join Vie Cine, trauma survivor, author and advocate for sexual assault survivors as she provides a space to start the healing process through art (paint).
Creativity In Entrepreneurship
Learn and glean from the minds of those who have successfully started their own creative businesses! Annie Wang, co-founder of HerCampus, Jason Chu, L.A. based Hip-Hop and spoken word artist and Rita Ng, owner of Boston BonBon will all be dropping some juicy nuggets of info. And if all that creativity in one room hasn’t motivated you to check this event out, then at least the indoor swings at Hatch Fenway should. I mean, I’m just sayin’.
House of Nahdra Presents Boston’s First Annual African Fashion Week
November 26th -November 27th
Come out and support the House of Nahdra as they bring African fashion, food and culture right to you! Tickets start at only $15.
Generation Start Up Documentary Screening
Tuesday, November 29th
“Learning to fail. Redefining success.” The tagline for Generation Startup, a new feature documentary following six recent college grads as they navigate the start-up world and build their own businesses in Detroit. This is an exclusive one night screening and is dependent on selling a number of tickets before hand to play! If you support entrepreneurism, film, women film makers, etc. you should consider taking part! *Trailer in the link!*
Lizard Lounge Poetry Jam
Every Sunday evening at 7:30, the Jeff Robinson Trio presents a poetry slam, a featured poet and an open mic! I’ve seen some of the dopest people come through here. FYI, this little gem is actually the downstairs of Cambridge Common Restaurant in case you get confused when you get there! Only $7 cover charge and 21+ to get in.
Enjoy the rest of your November loves!
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*Disclaimer: I am not affiliated with any of these parties nor am I endorsing any event by writing about it here!