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We are excited to enjoy 30 Dalton’s first fall in Boston’s beautiful Back Bay! After all, there’s nothing quite like autumn in New England.
We’re lucky to be located in the heart of New England’s greatest city; a city thriving with art, culture, and culinary ingenuity. There are so many notable events happening around Boston this autumn, from film festivals, to art receptions, to wine tastings. Below are our top picks for this season’s must-do events in Back Bay (and beyond). Be sure to take advantage of all this neighborhood has to offer — we’ll see you there!
Back Bay Chocolate Walking Tour (every Saturday) – Enjoy a crisp, New England morning with a walking tour that highlights Back Bay, using the tasty history of the evolution of high-end gourmet chocolate as a background. The tour showcases Back Bay landmarks like Newbury Street, the Prudential Center, and Copley Square. Tours begin at 10:15 AM every Saturday at Gourmet Boutique, only a 10 minute walk from 30 Dalton.
Globe Docs Film Festival (9/28-10/2) — This film festival, held in Brookline, is “focused on telling important stories, large and small.” It showcases different films followed by in-depth conversations with filmmakers and journalists alike.
ArtWeek (9/30-10/9) — Possibly the most creative week in Boston, this event happens twice a year: once in the fall, once in the spring. Here you will find yourself amidst different creative performances, artist discussions, an array of child-friendly activities, and so much more. Join fellow art enthusiasts in kicking off this week with a fabulous pARTy (get it?) on the Greenway on the 29th.
Raise Your Glass For Jimmy Beer and Wine Tasting (10/19) — The Jimmy Fund will be hosting their 7th annual wine and craft beer tasting at the Boston College Club. They’ll also be offering hors d’oeuvres and live music, and featuring a charity silent auction. With 5 wineries and 5 different breweries in attendance, what’s not to love?
Boston International Antiquarian Book Fair (10/28-10/30) – This year marks the Boston Book Fair’s 40th anniversary, one of the oldest and most respected antiquarian book fairs in the country. Join more than 120 dealers from across the globe at Back Bay’s very own Hynes Convention Center, items on exhibition include collectible and antiquarian books, illuminated manuscripts, autographs, maps, atlases, modern first editions, photographs, and fine and decorative prints. Whether you’re a serious collector or just a curious browser, you’ll be certain to find something to catch your eye.
Beaujolais French Party (11/17) — If you love French culture (and who doesn’t?), be sure to make an appearance at this event, presented by the French-American Chamber of Commerce. Beaujolais Nouveau and Beyond will be offering a wine tasting, auctions, live music, dancing, and of course, French hors d’oeuvres.
Boston Home Décor Show (11/17-11/20) — Head to the Cyclorama this November to browse through different pieces of art and home furnishes, both antique and contemporary. Your home will be a masterpiece in no time! The whole event kicks off with a Gala Preview on the 17th to benefit DIFFA, an organization dedicated to raising awareness and granting funds to individuals impacted by HIV/AIDS.