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Fun October Events in Greater Boston!

The team looked at dozens of events happening in and around Boston next month, and here are our picks – art, health and wellness, and even rock and roll Bingo! We suggest checking ahead to be sure the event is still taking place. And let us know if you’d like us to add events to the list.


October 1, 2021 to January 7, 2022, at Endicott College: The Amazing Women’s Club: The Co-creation of an Heirloom with Simone Salvo & June Southworth – Artist Simone Salvo recorded her grandmother’s stories and creative legacy to preserve them. This exhibition presents an multi- and inter-generational dialogue. Scultpures by June Southworth will be exhibited for first time in decades, along with photos, videos and new media work by Simone Salvo that tells the story of the relationship between a granddaughter and grandmother to, as June Southworth said, making sense out of nonsense. Tickets are free. To learn more and register visit Eventbrite

October 6, 6-7:30pm: Back At It: How to Unlock Real Confidence, sponsored by the MIT Sloan Boston Alumni Association, at the Ritz Carlton Boston – Alyssa Dver will share a science-based approach that can give us the clarity to feel confident, resilient, focused, fearless, and to live without regret. Alyssa is a Confidence Crusader, Neuro Nerd and Success Equalizer, who has so far unlocked real confidence in over 350,000 smart, hardworking people from around the world. She is a TEDx and Boston Best Speaker, 7-time award-winning author, Real Confidence podcast host and Thrive Global contributor. The event is free. For more information and to register visit Eventbrite

October 7, 5-10pm: Rock and Roll Bingo, sponsored by the Women’s Council of Realtors at the Woburn-Stoneham Lodge Of Elks – When you play Rock and Roll Bingo, a DJ plays music and you have to identify the artists to cover the corresponding squares on your Bingo card. Looks like a blast! Feel free to boogie along with the music, too. Tickets are $25 per person, to benefit the Women’s Council of Realtors. To learn more and to register visit Eventbrite

October 9, 7-11pm: The Good Witch of Salem PINK Pretties Breast Cancer Fundraiser, at the Salem Waterfront Hotel & Suites – Wear something pink and join the Good Witch of Salem to raise funds to help women in need who are fighting breast cancer. Honor those who have moved on, celebrate those who have overcome breast cancer, and support individuals and their loved ones in the fight. Tickets are $110. For more information and to register visit Eventbrite

Through October 16: Becoming Grey: Seacoast Women Discuss the Silver Lining, hosted by 3S Artspace in Portsmouth NH (not exactly our geographic area but it looks interesting!) – Join artist Nancy Grace Horton for a behind-the-scenes look at her recent project, “Becoming Grey,” a celebration of women’s hair, identity, desire, and power. This community-building event is meant to bring women together for an evening of casual conversation, compelling video, sharing of the perspectives of three women whose portraits are featured in the exhibit, and audience Q&A. The event is free. For more information and to register visit Eventbrite

October-November and beyond: Aura Reading and Chakra Balancing, hosted by Body & Brain Yoga Tai Chi in Brookline – Receiving an aura reading can give us great insight about the condition of our body, mind, and spirit. It also can reveal our stress vs. relaxation levels, and if we have enough active energy, or vitality. Tickets begin at $20. To learn more and register visit Eventbrite

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