Get Out: Explore your Five Senses
Get out to experience some new flavors and smells, some new sights, new sounds, and some new sensations at a selection of weekend events in Brookline and environs.
When/Where: Friday, 8 p.m., Saturday 3 and 8 p.m., Sunday at 2 p.m. 450 Massachusetts Ave in Cambridge.
Why: With Click and Clack of Car Talk retiring, their show lives on in the form of a musical comedy, is about "Rusty Fenders attempting to salvage happiness from the junkyard of his life, he collides with his ruthless boss Beaulah Gasket, his unrequited office romance Sheila, and the red-hot fantasy car Miata C. LaChassis. Can the Wizard of Cahs put the brakes on Rusty's musical wipe-out?"
How much: $20.00
When/Where: Brookline restaurant Lineage, during business hours from June 22 to June 30.
Why: It's Lobster week. Need we say more? If we do, how does this sound: Lineage's executive chef and owner, Jeremy Sewall, is going to make a variety of lobster-inspired and lobster-centric dishes.
How much: $8.00
When/Where: Noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday, at Driscoll School in Brookline.
Why: Food, games, bounce houses, and Red Sox players are expected to swing by the party in the park at Driscoll. City on a Hill Church sponsors the event, and all are welcome.
How much: Free
When/Where: 11 Garden St. in Cambridge, 7:30 p.m.
Why: A Johannesberg-based chorus is coming to town to bring a magical night of music to the Boston area. Loosely translated, the group's name means “sweet sounds struggle for peace.” They will join a community-based choral group from Cambridge, Jamaica Plain, Mattapan, Dorchester and other neighborhoods nearby.
How much: $15.00
When/Where: 10 a.m., Pond Ave & Jamaica Rd, Sunday morning.
Why: Bring a chair, a notebook, and curiosity and try to look at Jamaica Pond through a new set of eyes. Join fellow writers, and see what kinds of new insights and ideas flow from your pen to the page when you're writing on the landscape.
How much: $37.00