I know it's been a "mild winter" but why does it still feel like we're in the middle of a storm?! Although I wait with hopeful expectation for the skies to clear and all of life's debris to settle, I can't help but rejoice in all the goodness that dwells amidst this dark cloud.
R E C A P
Patagonia, a maker of high-performance outdoor gear, recently opened up a storefront in Harvard Square and threw the grandest of opening parties. We got a nice taste of the outdoors as we waited 1.5 hours in line on a Friday night to access what felt like the most elite of Cantabrigian clubs. As if a Denvery dreamland, we finally entered a crunchy granola reality of everything short of Chacos. Our $10 cover got us VIP access to a mountainous dinner spread including tuna poke bowls, zucchini fritters, mussels, pies, and frozen hoagies. Our reusable Patagonia cups paired well with our drink tickets and the photobooth paired well with our faces.
U P N E X T
What: Plaza Winter Fest | Last Call for Cuffing Season When: Thursday, February 13 from 6-8p
Where: The Harvard Science Center Plaza (1 Oxford Street, Cambridge, MA) Note: FREE. Cozy up near the fire pit, partake in seasonal games (ice bowling, ice shuffleboard) or your year-long faves (ping pong, corn hole), with food trucks and hot chocolate available for purchase. Led by: Taylor Avery. Hit her up if you're trying to find the group.