Upcoming Events for January

January 2018

January 17 all-day
The exhibit is the culmination of the Museum of Comparative Zoology's near completion of an eight-year project to curate, clean, and repair all of its 430 invertebrate models....
January 17, 6:00pm
Harvard Book Store welcomes back the cast of America's Test Kitchen for our annual ATK event at the Brattle Theatre. JACK BISHOP, JULIA COLLIN DAVISON, and BRIDGET LANCASTER will present ATK's latest cookbooks, including the evening's featured titles, Nutritious Delicious: Turbocharge Your Favorite Recipes with 50 Everyday Superfoods and The Perfect Cookie: Your Ultimate Guide to Foolproof Cookies, Brownies & Bars...
January 17, 7:00pm
Harvard Book Store welcomes renowned psychiatrist and author MARK EPSTEIN for a discussion of his latest book, Advice Not Given: A Guide to Getting Over Yourself...
January 17, 8:30pm
Logan (fka Wolverine) is now a terminally-ill loner who finds himself caring both for his father figure Professor Xavier (Stewart) and a ferocious young girl ...
January 18 all-day
The exhibit is the culmination of the Museum of Comparative Zoology's near completion of an eight-year project to curate, clean, and repair all of its 430 invertebrate models....
January 18 all-day - March 30 all-day
The Harvard Square Business Association welcomes you to attend Winter Carnival 2018 in Harvard Square! The temperatures may be dropping but....
January 18 all-day - January 21 all-day
January 18, 4:30pm
The revered poet Emily Dickinson – played by Cynthia Nixon in a fantastic turn – is brought to life on screen in this beautiful, understated film from the great British director, Terence Davies.
January 18, 5:00pm - 8:00pm
Come to an all-pink everything launch party for ....
January 18, 7:00pm
Stories and Literature are much more than entertainment – they shape our world. Harvard Professor, Martin Puchner, leads us on a remarkable journey through time and....
January 18, 7:00pm
(2016) dir Terence Davies w/Cynthia Nixon, Jennifer Ehle, Duncan Duff, Keith Carradine, Jodhi May, Joanna Bacon, Emma Bell [125 min; DCP] The revered poet Emily Dickinson – played by Cynthia Nixon in a fantastic turn – is brought to life on screen in this beautiful, understated film from the great British director, Terence Davies.
January 18, 7:30pm
The François Moutin & Kavita Shah Duo project is a meeting of minds and spirits, one that embraces virtuosity, spontaneity, and lyricism through a repertoire of standards and original music adapted to the unique instrumentation of acoustic bass and voice...
January 19 all-day
The exhibit is the culmination of the Museum of Comparative Zoology's near completion of an eight-year project to curate, clean, and repair all of its 430 invertebrate models....
January 19, 12:00pm
Costs add up fast, and building your savings can seem like a pipe dream. But small changes now can yield big benefits later. In this course, we’ll discuss the basics of savings and how to get started with meaningful progress toward a brighter financial future.
January 19, 5:00pm - 8:00pm
Come to an all-pink everything launch party for ....
January 19, 7:00pm
Our annual Roots & Branches Concert will take place at Club Passim...
January 20 all-day
The exhibit is the culmination of the Museum of Comparative Zoology's near completion of an eight-year project to curate, clean, and repair all of its 430 invertebrate models....
January 20, 10:30pm
January 21 all-day
The exhibit is the culmination of the Museum of Comparative Zoology's near completion of an eight-year project to curate, clean, and repair all of its 430 invertebrate models....
January 21, 8:00pm
Shakespeare and burlesque? Such a mad marriage was never had before! This show is such stuff as dreams are made on: a burlesque and variety spectacular featuring dance, circus arts, music, spoken word, and more...
January 22 all-day
The exhibit is the culmination of the Museum of Comparative Zoology's near completion of an eight-year project to curate, clean, and repair all of its 430 invertebrate models....
January 22 all-day - February 09 all-day
games including curling, bowling, and shuffleboard as well as food trucks, fire pits for roasting s’mores, and....
January 22, 7:00pm
Harvard Book Store welcomes pioneering psychologist and Northeastern University professor DAVID DESTENO for a discussion of his latest book, Emotional Success: The Power of Gratitude, Compassion, and Pride...
January 23 all-day
The exhibit is the culmination of the Museum of Comparative Zoology's near completion of an eight-year project to curate, clean, and repair all of its 430 invertebrate models....
January 23, 5:30pm - 7:30pm
As an introduction to knitting we will cover casting on and off as well as the only two stitches in knitting: knit and purl. Once comfortable with these new skills we will move onto ....
January 23, 7:00pm
Harvard Book Store welcomes award-winning author CHLOE BENJAMIN for a discussion of her latest novel, The Immortalists...
January 24 all-day
The exhibit is the culmination of the Museum of Comparative Zoology's near completion of an eight-year project to curate, clean, and repair all of its 430 invertebrate models....
January 24, 7:00pm
Harvard Book Store welcomes educator and author WILLIAM AYERS for a discussion of his book, "You Can't Fire the Bad Ones!": And 18 Other Myths about Teachers, Teachers' Unions, and Public Education...
January 25 all-day
The exhibit is the culmination of the Museum of Comparative Zoology's near completion of an eight-year project to curate, clean, and repair all of its 430 invertebrate models....
January 25, 1:00pm
We all have a “money personality” and it has a major impact on our attitudes, relationship with money, and spending habits. By understanding this, individuals can monitor and adjust their behaviors to make smart money decisions. This seminar will discuss strategies and tactics to decode personality types to gain control over finances.
January 25, 7:00pm
Harvard Book Store and Mass Humanities welcome NYU professor and scientific director of Crime Lab New York PATRICK SHARKEY for a discussion of his latest book, Uneasy Peace...
January 25, 7:30pm
"Bandleader, impresario, and charismatic musical ambassador, Butman has been called a Wynton Marsalis-like figure in his homeland, raising the profile of jazz and building audiences not only for high-profile American acts on tour but for homegrown talent like himself." ...
January 25, 8:00pm
This January 25-28, come see As One, a one act chamber opera for two voices and string quartet, from the same librettist of the BLO's recent world premiere of Mr. Burke & Mr. Hare...
January 26 all-day - February 11 all-day
January 26 all-day
The exhibit is the culmination of the Museum of Comparative Zoology's near completion of an eight-year project to curate, clean, and repair all of its 430 invertebrate models....
January 26 all-day - January 28 all-day
The wait is over! The Harvard Square Business Association is thrilled to announce the highly anticipated annual Taste of Chocolate Festival. The highlight of this beloved weekend extravaganza is the free Chocolate Tasting Event on Saturday, January 27th from 1pm – 2pm. Please join us on Brattle Plaza (in front of Brattle Square Florist at 31 Brattle Street) for heavenly chocolate treats from some of Harvard Square’s most loved restaurants!
January 26, 2:00pm
This seminar will help you discover, prioritize, and design a workable plan for your family’s goals and lifestyle.
January 26, 3:00pm
Harvard Book Store and the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics welcome Catherine Z. Elgin—Professor of the Philosophy of Education at Harvard Graduate School of Education—for a discussion of her latest book, True Enough...
January 26, 7:00pm
Harvard Book Store, 826 Boston, the Hutchins Center for African & African American Research, and Mass Humanities welcome bestselling author, TED speaker, and former Stanford dean JULIE LYTHCOTT-HAIMS for a discussion of her latest book, Real American: A Memoir...
January 26, 7:00pm
Calling all chocoholics! Let us romance your senses on a Harvard Square, Cambridge Chocolate Tour!
January 26, 7:30pm
Alto Saxophonist Lee Konitz has enjoyed one of the most creative and prolific careers in modern jazz...
January 26, 8:00pm
This January 25-28, come see As One, a one act chamber opera for two voices and string quartet, from the same librettist of the BLO's recent world premiere of Mr. Burke & Mr. Hare...
January 27 all-day
The exhibit is the culmination of the Museum of Comparative Zoology's near completion of an eight-year project to curate, clean, and repair all of its 430 invertebrate models....
January 27, 2:00pm
Calling all chocoholics! Let us romance your senses on a Harvard Square, Cambridge Chocolate Tour!
January 27, 7:00pm
Calling all chocoholics! Let us romance your senses on a Harvard Square, Cambridge Chocolate Tour!
January 27, 7:30pm
January 27, 8:00pm
This January 25-28, come see As One, a one act chamber opera for two voices and string quartet, from the same librettist of the BLO's recent world premiere of Mr. Burke & Mr. Hare...
January 27, 10:30pm
January 28 all-day
The exhibit is the culmination of the Museum of Comparative Zoology's near completion of an eight-year project to curate, clean, and repair all of its 430 invertebrate models....
January 28, 2:00pm
Calling all chocoholics! Let us romance your senses on a Harvard Square, Cambridge Chocolate Tour!
January 28, 3:00pm
This January 25-28, come see As One, a one act chamber opera for two voices and string quartet, from the same librettist of the BLO's recent world premiere of Mr. Burke & Mr. Hare...
January 29 all-day
The exhibit is the culmination of the Museum of Comparative Zoology's near completion of an eight-year project to curate, clean, and repair all of its 430 invertebrate models....
January 29, 7:00pm
The Harvard Square Book Circle, our in-store book club, discusses PETER GODFREY-SMITH's Other Minds: The Octopus, the Sea, and the Deep Origins of Consciousness, which will be featured in the bookstore's Select Seventy display for the month of January...
January 30 all-day
The exhibit is the culmination of the Museum of Comparative Zoology's near completion of an eight-year project to curate, clean, and repair all of its 430 invertebrate models....
January 30, 5:30pm - 7:30pm
As an introduction to knitting we will cover casting on and off as well as the only two stitches in knitting: knit and purl. Once comfortable with these new skills we will move onto ....
January 30, 7:00pm
Harvard Book Store, WBUR, and Mass Humanities welcome writer and cultural philosopher ROB RIEMEN―founder of the Nexus Institute―for a discussion of his latest book, To Fight Against This Age: On Fascism and Humanism...
January 30, 8:00pm
Join The Story Collider for an evening of true, personal stories about science. From finding awe in Hubble images to visiting the doctor, science is everywhere in our lives...
January 31 all-day
The exhibit is the culmination of the Museum of Comparative Zoology's near completion of an eight-year project to curate, clean, and repair all of its 430 invertebrate models....
January 31, 7:00pm
Harvard Book Store and Mass Humanities welcome Harvard University Professors of Government STEVEN LEVITSKY and DANIEL ZIBLATT for a discussion of their new book, How Democracies Die...