Boston Come Through: April 10-16

April 12

Boston’s Grown-Ups Museum
Ballgames, brats, and brews…Boston Grown-Ups Museum (21+) is back so spread the news!! Get ready to kick off spring with a night dedicated to one of Boston’s favorite games!! Show off your expert cornhole skills, throw your best fastball in our Speed Pitch, and create your own one-of-a-kind dinosaur in our brand new “Explore-a-Saurus” exhibit!

April 13

Lifted Boston Open Mic at Haley House
Black Love open mic is taking place this Thursday at the Haley House Cafe! This event is hosted by Amanda Schaefer and is curated by musician Stacey Wade of Memphis TN. Special guest performances by OFATS, Samantha White, Alexis Maxwell (Boston Arts Academy), DF Music (Mattapan Teen Center) and Tizi (Mattapan Teen Center)!

Rewriting Your Story
Why leave God out of your process? Take your self-love journey to the next level! “Rewriting Your Story” is an interactive, faith-based workshop focused on exploring how your past experiences influence your current mindset. Through storytelling, applied resources, biblical references, and facilitated dialogue, Tamika will help you to identify how your “old story” impacts your daily emotions, behaviors, decisions and relationships. Most importantly, you will learn practical strategies to implement Christian principles (e.g., self-worth, forgiveness) to enhance the spiritual process of renewing your mind and “rewriting” your narrative to reflect God’s love for YOU!

The Fishbowl
Looking for a fun, relaxing outlet on a Thursday evening? Come join us for a mix-and-mingle creative think tank session at the Fairmount Innovation Lab! Come hang out with other creatives, makers, innovators, and tech-minds in an open, laid-back environment. Refreshments will be served!

April 15

Black Brilliance, Black Joy
The Harvard Black Law Students Association (HBLSA) is hosting its inaugural business and cultural expo Black Brilliance, Black Joy: A Celebration of Business & Culture, featuring special guest speakers: artist and activist David Banner, The Empowerment Experiment’s Maggie Anderson, and The Crunk Feminist Collective’s Susana Morris!  Black Brilliance, Black Joy will also feature an exhibition of over 25 black-owned vendors and organizations from the Greater Boston area and New York, showcases by black authors and artists, free food, and music! This event is FREE, FAMILY-FRIENDLY, and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!

The Beantown Bounce
The Beantown Bounce Dance Competition goes down this Saturday! Special guests include Zay Hilfigerrr and Zayion McCall from the hit song “JuJu On That Beat”, as well as Lil’ Poopy from Jermaine Dupri’s hit show “The Rap Game”! Come see Boston’s top dancers compete for bragging rights and a cash prize!


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