1. Greening Back Bay: The Neigbhorhood Association of the Back Bay's Green Committee meets today at 5 p.m. The Learning Project, at 107 Marlborough St. From NABB: "Any and all people interested in working to advance "green" goals such as carbon reduction, reuse and responsible recycling, green open spaces, green transportation, and public policies affecting these activities, the Green Committee is the place to be! The Global Green Movement depends on significant and persistent "grass roots" efforts to succeed. Join that process."
2. Cooking for hope: Sip award-winning wine and sample signature dishes from more than 50 of Boston’s most popular chefs and some of New England’s favorite wineries at the 15th annual "Chefs Cooking for Hope." Hosted by the Friends of Dana-Farber, this culinary extravaganza takes place Thursday, March 7, 2013, from 6:30 to 9 p.m., at 125 High Street, Boston. Frank McClelland, of L’Espalier, Sel de la Terre, and Au Soleil Catering will serve as honorary chef. Admission is $100 per person. Proceeds benefit cancer research and care at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. For tickets call (617) 632-3909 or log on to www.dana-farber.org/friends. Tickets may also be purchased at the door.
3. International Women’s Day: Boston area women are invited to attend the city’s International Women’s Day Celebration on Friday, March 8 at Simmons College (300 The Fenway). A suggested donation of $6 per person includes a light continental breakfast and an informative discussion on the issue of women and hunger. RSVP by today.
4. Recap: Miss any news on Back Bay Patch last week? Catch up with our Week in Review.
5. Snow possible: There is a slight chance of snow showers before 10 a.m. today. The rest of the day will be partly sunny with a slight chance of rain showers afterward, according to the National Weather Service. High: 42, Low: 34.