Got a case of the Winter Blues? How about a cozy evening with neighbors, great food and bluegrass, too, at Cambridge Arts, Monday, Feb. 23, 6-8pm. The Cambridgeport Neighborhood Assn. is co-hosting a Community Potluck & Dessert Café that night with bluegrass by Cambridge’s Best Ever Chicken.
The event will celebrate the exhibition Magazine Beach—A Place Apart—open through Februrary 27th. And Charles Sullivan of the Cambridge Historical Commission, Renata von Tscharner of the Charles River Conservancy, and Tom Reece of DCR will share remarks. All are welcome. Bring a dish to share.
The Potluck is being co-sponsored by Cambridge Arts, the CNA, Cambridge Historical Society, Cambridge Historical Commission, Charles River Conservancy, Riverside Boat Club and Riverside Neighborhood Assn. Music will be provided by Cambridge’s own Best Ever Chicken.
This event is free and at City Hall Annex at 344 Broadway. Due to all the snow, parking will be very difficult, so please walk or take the T to Central Square and walk up Inman Street to Broadway–the City Hall Annex is at the corner of Inman & Broadway. The exhibit is open Monday, 8:30am-8pm; Tuesday-Thursday, 8:30am-5pm; and Friday, 8:30-12noon.