Fort Point, Things to Do, Uncategorized

Up Too Late at Boston’s Children’s Museum

More Bubbles!

Last year our Lauren Dibble shared with us all the fun she had at the first ever Boston Children’s Museum Adult/Man-Child take over.

Do you not have kids of your own? Did you miss the fun last year? Want to check out the bubble exhibit? Check out this awesome deal on Gilt City for a ticket to the 100th Anniversary Party at the Boston Children’s Museum.

  • Party starts at 9pm on Saturday, October 5, 2013
  • Ticket sales close October 4, 2013 on Gilt… there are no ticket sales on the day of the event
  • Must be 21+ with valid government ID to redeem
  • Cash bar available
Sports Department, They Love Boston, Things to Do

He Loves Boston: Q+A with Social Boston Sport’s [SBS] Community Director Mike Springer

Mike Springer

A few weeks ago I attended my very first Social Boston Sports event. I was delighted to meet Mike Springer, the Community Manager of SBS.  Find out Why He Loves Boston and about the awesome company he works for! If you want to try table tennis, I highly recommend a ping pong paddles to optimized your game.

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Quickly Around Town

Hobnob with Boston’s Leading Ladies at Women 2.0 Founder Friday

If you are a lady, or if you like ladies, perhaps you want to meet some great Boston-based gals for supercharged networking. If that’s the case, clear your calendar and plan to spend Friday night at the Women 2.0 Founder Friday from 6-9 in the NERD Center in Cambridge.

Hosted by Beth Marcus, CEO and Founder of Playrific, and Bettina Hein, CEO and Founder of Pixability, with a special introduction by Rachel Weiss, from sponsor L’Oreal USA- Women in Digital, the event brings together current and aspiring entrepreneurs, technologists and investors for a night of networking.

Women 2.0 is an organization which aims to increase the number of female founders, specifically in technology startups – something every city needs. The media company delivers quality content, a strong community and great events to bring women together. With a stellar line-up of founders and advisors, Women 2.0 truly empowers women to take the helm at leading companies.

Take a peek at the guest list – there are some powerhouses planning to attend (truly some of Boston’s best). If the amount of brilliance overwhelms you, I’d encourage you to go and to strike up a conversation; these women really want to meet you and learn your story. Many are nervous to network as well, but something magical tends to happen. These women gather and elevate the whole group while they help one another find new amazing opportunities or advise you on how to create your own.

The Women 2.0 network knows the power of strong women in charge. (Oh and fellas, I’m convinced the brightest of your bunch would be in attendance – it’s a great place to meet an ambitious woman.)