The Weekender: November 7-9

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The weekend has arrived – hooray! The city will be buzzing with events over the next few days. Our top picks include:

6 Hotels. Hub Theatre Company of Boston will close out their second season with the Boston premiere of 6 Hotels by playwright Israel Horovitz. In 6 Hotels, four actors play twenty-two characters, who are involved in six stories that intersect! Sounds really fascinating – and a bit mysterious. For performance dates and times, please go here.

Thirst Quencher. Entering the line-up of festivals, Thirst Boston is highlighting everything there is to know about spirits – including how to mix the perfect cocktail. All seminars, events, and after-parties can be found here.

The Boston Jewish Film Festival. It’s movie time! The Jewish experience is expressed on-screen through the lens of various directors at the Museum of Fine Arts, Brattle Theatre, and the Coolidge Corner Theatre (full schedule here). I’m especially interested in seeing Transit, a film about the rarely-told story of Filipino workers in Tel Aviv.

A Vintage Market. Head out of the city this weekend to peruse this 3-day holiday-inspired showcase. Eighty vendors will display their unique vintage finds at Salisbury’s Pettengill Farm.

Do you have an upcoming event that you’d like to see listed on The Weekender? To be considered, send us a note at info@thebostondaybook.com. Have a wonderful weekend!

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