The Weekender: Boston Events - The Boston Day Book

Have you walked down Commonwealth Avenue lately? It smells amazing — the magnolia trees are in full bloom, and it’s sight to see. Whether you’re celebrating Easter, Passover, or spring this weekend, we hope that you have a wonderful few days. (And a very happy birthday to our mom. We love you, mom!)

Concert at Cafe 939

Have you ever been to Berklee’s Cafe 939? It’s a small live music venue on Boylston Street, which one can easily miss at first. Berklee alum Nick Hakim will perform at the cafe tonight at 8pm. His style is “inspired by soul singers like Marvin Gaye and Curtis Mayfield, but with a modern twist.” Tickets and details here.

Cambridge Science Festival

There’s still time to participate in the Cambridge Science Festival, which ends on April 21st. This year’s event is the 13th annual festival, and includes more than 100 collaborators. There is something for everyone from activities to demonstrations and workshops. Take a look at the schedule to see what piques your interest and more about the festival here.

Last Chance for an Exhibition at Gallery 263

Located on Pearl Street in Cambridge, Gallery 263 is a multi-functional art space. Tomorrow is the last day to catch a special exhibition, #stitchers, which features six women artists from around the world who consider how hand embroidery can be accessible and inspire others in the age of social media. Sounds so interesting! Details here.

CR(EAT)OR Market

At the Boston Public Market today and tomorrow, there will be several pop-up shops offering gifts for Easter and Passover. Keep an eye out for our friends at Salt Air Supply, who sell products sourced from across New England. More info here.

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