Friday November 19th
Harvard Coop – Jessica Theroux, Discussion/Signing Friday, November 19th @ 7pm
Cooking with Italian Grandmothers: Recipes and Stories from Tuscany to Sicily
American chef Jessica Theroux spent a year traveling throughout Italy, cooking and talking with Italian grandmothers, learning their secrets and listening to their stories. The result is a charming and authentic collection of recipes, techniques, anecdotes, and photographs that celebrate the rustic and sustainable culinary traditions of Italy’s most experienced home cooks. Cooking with Italian Grandmothers features the histories and menus of fifteen grandmothers, each of whom welcomed Ms. Theroux into their kitchens and pantries and shared both their favorite dishes and personal wisdom’s.
Harvard Coop, 1400 Massachusetts Ave, 617 499 2012

Saturday, November 20th

Please join us for a Public Celebration and Tree Lighting in honor of the Harvard Square Business Association’s 100th Anniversary.
The public is invited to gather at the foot of the ancient oak tree in the middle of Winthrop Park, the historic site of the first marketplace in Cambridge, at 4:00 p.m.
The Boston Boys Choir and members of the Pinewoods Morris Men will perform the Abbots Bromley Horn Dance in a rare public appearance. At dusk, officials from the Harvard Square Business Association, will flip the switch and illuminate the tree. The tree will be aglow with 100 square lanterns!

Curious George Books and Toys – November 20th, Noon
Musician and author Gordon Titcomb will read and sign his new picture book, The Last Train in conjunction with the Forever Young: Celebration of Folk Music in Harvard Square.
Curious George & Friends, 1 John F. Kennedy Street 617-498-0062

Athletic Events at Harvard for more info
Men’s Heavyweight Crew vs. Tail of the Charles
Men’s Basketball at Mercer 3:00 PM
Women’s Volleyball at TBD 4:00 PM
Women’s Ice Hockey at Dartmouth 4:00 PM
Men’s Ice Hockey at Quinnipiac 7:00 PM
Women’s Basketball at Navy 8:30 PM

The Irving House
Please order your Pie in the Sky pie ONLINE by November 20th at 5pm. The Irving House is thrilled to participate in this program because Community Servings – Greater Boston’s free, home-delivered meals program for the critically ill – uses all donations wisely. In fact, $.93 of every $1.00 raised from Pie in the Sky goes directly to Community Servings’ clients and a little goes a long way! Your $25 pie purchase will help Community Servings provide a week’s worth of nourishing and delicious lunches and dinners to a neighbor too sick to shop and cook. Even if you don’t need a pie for yourself, consider donating one for a client – or just making a contribution to a great cause! Thanks!

OM Restaurant|Lounge
Saturday the 20th Harvard and Yale students of age will receive specially priced drinks when they show their Crimson I.D. or Yale ID!
OM Restaurant|Lounge 92 Winthrop Street 617-576-2800

The Inn at Harvard
Saturday & Sunday we are offering an Extensive Buffet Breakfast with Omelet Station for just $19.95 per person. Our Atrium Living Room will also be serving specials including Chili & Cornbread for just $5.00 per person.