Cultural Bazaar and Live Music this Weekend
Five things to do in Boston this weekend.
1.) Cultural Survival Bazaar: Looking for a unique gift this holiday season? Head over to the cultural survival bazaar at the Prudential Center. The event starts at 10 a.m. both Saturday and Sunday, and features wares from North and South American native artisans.
2.) The Soul Felt its Worth: Local folk group Maeve will perform “The Soul Felt its Worth,” a mix of seasonal songs and original music, at the Church of the Advent Sunday at 7 p.m. The recommended donation is $10.
3.) Street Dogs: Boston punk scene mainstays Street Dogs are back at the Paradise, headlining the annual WFNX Wreck the Halls concert. Front man Mike McColgan was an original member of Dropkick Murphys, but left the band for a job as a Boston firefighter. Four years later, he gave up the day job and went back to music, forming Street Dogs. Doors open at 7 p.m. Saturday and tickets are $16.
4.) Art along Harrison Avenue: There are a couple of interesting art installations along Harrison Avenue this weekend. Vincent Crotty’s Boston Nocturnes at Place: Studio & Gallery is a collection of paintings with Boston as the subject. Robin Mandel: Everywhere and Nowhere at the Laconia Gallery focuses on the artist’s use of light via projection.