Get Out: Climate Action Week Kicks Off
Take action for the Climate's sake, hang out with some bad boys, and get a new haircut.
When/where: Coolidge Corner Theatre, 10 a.m. Saturday morning.
Why: The performance captured live on Dec. 7, 2011 and brought to the Coolidge from Milan, features Peter Mattei, Bryn Terfel, and Anna Netrebko, the opera world's "hottest female star." The plot is surprisingly modern, and the melodies, with Daniel Barenboim at the podium, soar.
When/where: 11 a.m. at Tiny Hanger on Sunday.
Why: HappyBaby makes organic foods for kids, and this weekend, are swinging by the Tiny Hanger to give out samples (which folks at the boutique have been trying) and give advice on healthy cooking.
When/where: All day Saturday until Sunday, Jan. 29
Why: Climate Action Week kicks off its week of over 40 events today, with a wide variety of events happening around town. This weekend, the events are at Larz Anderson Park including showing the greener side of autos, and (weather permitting) will give you a close-up look at the sun using a specialized telescope.
When/where: 1:30 p.m., EPOCH Assisted Living at Boylston Place, on Saturday
Why: Dan Kimmel, a local film critic, is swinging by EPOCH to discuss the Dudley Moore, Liza Minelli classic "Arthur," the tale of a wealthy playboy whose fortune will be tied to whether he will get married by his next birthday.
When/where: 5 p.m. Sunday, at Hair Cuttery,
Why: If you're getting a little shaggy on top, then help raise some money for medical and get a new do. For $10, the local salon is giving you a haircut, and donating 100 percent of the proceeds to benefit Spaulding Research Hospital's stroke research program.