Foodies looking to sample local eateries can join the Union Square Somerville Food Tour. SomervilleThe tour will visit a local restaurant, meet the owner and take a behind-the-scenes look. Those interested can try a variety of foods, from authentic Mexican street he food to grasshopper fries. The tour runs him on multiple dates through March 25, and tickets are $75. For more information, visit eventbrite.com.
National Tramway Museum Lowell We are now open 7 days a week on weekends from 11am to 4pm. Located at 15 Shattuck Street, the museum explores the history of the trolley through interactive displays and exhibitions. Museum volunteers provide guided tours of the exhibits for visiting families. Admission is $3 for adults. $2 for children ages 3-12. Free for children under 2 years old. Register at eventbrite.com to get your tickets.
The Jazz Composers Alliance will hold a concert on February 1st. Arlington In the high school auditorium, at 869 Massachusetts, the Arlington High School Jazz Band will perform new music by resident composers David Harris, Darrell Katz, Bob Pilkington, and Mimi Rabson. This alliance offers students the opportunity to create and perform their own works. Doors open at 7pm and admission is free.
In collaboration with chocolate company Taza, brookline Cheese shop curds&co will host a chocolate and cheese tasting class on February 3rd at 288 Washington Street. Tickets available for purchase on his website at curds&co are $70, and event organizers require proof of vaccinations to attend.
Friends of Mount Auburn reopens nature sketching workshops with Clare Walker-Leslie. water townStory Chapel Visitor Center on Central Avenue. From 1pm on February 5th until 3pm he will learn the basics of painting nature and landscapes. Art supplies will be provided and masks will be required. Tickets are $7 for members, $12 for non-members. To attend the workshop, please visit eventbrite.com.
Studio by Garden Streets will host a suminagashi stationery workshop for arts and crafts lovers on February 6th.go to EverettAt 71 Kelvin St., we use the Japanese paper marbling technique to create unique personalized stationery. Suminagashi is a traditional craft that draws patterns using ink and water. Tickets are $60. To register, please visit eventbrite.com.