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Galentine’s Day Events in Boston!

We searched through dozens of happenings to celebrate Galentine’s Day, and here are our picks for the events we think look like the most fun! – XO The Team

Galentine’s Market, February 12, 6-9pm, Castle Island Brewing, 10 Old Colony Avenue, Boston – Celebrate yourself, your besties and all the great women in your life at this market featuring female-owned local businesses. Enjoy Southie Cookies, make your own bouquet with Love Child, have a tarot reading from Prism Moon, get some permanent bling from SPARK jewelers, pick up a new candle from Boston Soap Co., and treat yourself to some self-care with Alila Skincare. Plus, enjoy themed drink specials including a Love Potion wine spritz and a flight featuring a very special secret beer release! Admission is free. To learn more, click here

Galentine’s Day at Improv Asylum, February 13, 8-9:30pm, 216 Hanover Street, Boston – The women of Improv Asylum come together to celebrate the day with original sketches written and performed by the cast, as well as the cutting-edge and often hilarious improv structures Improv Asylum is famous for. Performed, directed and powered by women! Tickets are $20/person. For more information, click here

Galentine’s Day Music Bingo, February 13, 6-8pm, Craft Food Halls at CityPoint, 200 5th Avenue, Waltham – Musical Bingo is coming to Craft Food Halls Waltham in collaboration with Lone Pine Brewing for Galentine’s Day! Bring your BFFs and showcase your musical prowess for a chance to win exclusive Lone Pine merchandise prizes. If you’ve never been to Craft Food Halls, you’re in for a treat with their “Pour Your Own Beer Wall,” delicious food, and interactive atmosphere. Admission is free. To learn more, click here

Galentine’s Paint & Sip, February 13, 6-8pm, Boston Public Market, 100 Hanover Street, Boston – Come to a special painting workshop where local artist Laurel Greenfield will teach you and your friends how to paint a wood panel to look like a box of chocolates (there’s a joke in there somewhere)! When you arrive, select a drink from the Pine Bar’s wonderful selection of beer, wine, cocktails and mocktails. Then you’ll get to painting while you enjoy real chocolates from Parlott Chocolates. Tickets are $69/person and include all painting materials, a beverage of your choice, and fancy chocolates. To learn more, click here

Galentine’s Day Flower Arranging Workshop, February 14, 7-9pm, Aeronaut Brewing Company, Tyler Street, Somerville – Join your friends for a lovely evening of brews and blooms, as floral designers from Moosh Floral lead you through the tips and tricks of artfully arranging flowers as you create your own floral masterpiece. Tickets are $85/person and include all the materials to arrange flowers and lush greenery, a ceramic vessel, and floral clippers to take home for your future designs. For more information, click here

Galentine’s Day at Loretta’s Last Call, February 14, 7-9pm, 1 Landsdowne Street, Boston –Put on your favorite outfit, grab your squad, and get ready to enjoy a special evening filled with laughter, love and friendship. Enjoy custom cocktails, play games, make friendship bracelets, and dance to the music from Boston’s own fabulous The Femmes musical group. Admission is free. For more information, click here

Women’s Clay & Cacao Circle, February 17, 10-11:30am, 85 Seaverns Avenue, Jamaica Plain – Connect, create, and indulge in a gathering where women come together to explore the healing power of clay and cacao. The event beings with a cacao ceremony (cacao is a naturally rich source of antioxidants and magnesium, and has energy benefits, too). This is a special opportunity to gather, build community, express yourself, and spark creativity. Tickets are $45/person. To learn more, click here.

Women of Tin Pan Alley Cabaret, February 25, 3-5pm, The Boston Synagogue, 55 Martha Road, Boston – You might have heard of Tin Pan Alley’s great male composers and musicians, but what about the fabulous women songwriters? The women of West End Lyric present a cabaret featuring music that showcases the talents of women like Kay Swift, Dorothy Fields, Ann Ronell, and Dana Seusse. Proceeds will support West End Lyric’s season and the all-women executive team that runs this music collective! There’s a reception after the concert, too. Tickets range from $10-$70. For more information click, here

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Susan
Susan
24 days ago

Happy Galentines day you gorgeous ladies❤️❤️

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