The Weekender: November 14-16

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All of a sudden, winter doesn’t seem far off! This weekend seems like a perfect one for browsing museums, sipping red wine, and making sure the heat works. We hope you have a wonderful few days!

An Epic Art Sale. This weekend, the Cyclorama in the South End will be filled with varied historic, modern, and contemporary artwork for the 18th Annual Boston International Art Show. Whether you’re looking to get inspired or in the market, this sounds like fun. Regular tickets for entry Friday-Sunday are available at the door for $15, however a special New Collectors Salon from 5-8pm on Friday is free – click here for details and registration.  For more information on the show, consult the event website.

A New Space for Harvard’s Art! After a long closure, the Harvard art museums reopen on Sunday under one roof! The opening day is actually at capacity already, but I’m planning to get a visit to the new space in my calendar soon.

Vintage Kimonos Repurposed. Reborn Kyoto makes unique clothing and gifts out of vintage kimonos, sales of which benefit it’s international women’s economic development training programs. This weekend, their beautiful creations will be on sale at Bead and Fiber in the South End. A reception and preview sale on Friday from 6-8pm is free but attendees should register here. The shop is also open to the public on Saturday from 11am-6pm and Sunday from 11am-5pm.

Holiday Half-Price. The Mayor’s Holiday Specials are here! Plan ahead for holiday arts with these great deals.

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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