You still have time to see JP Holiday Light Show on Centre Street as it's running every night until January 1. The JP Centre/South Main Streets show is projected onto 670 Centre St. (above City Feed), and has done so every night from Dec. 6. The 15-minute show plays on a loop, each night from 5 to 9 pm.
Submissions are currently being accepted for a very unique Valentine's Day event about ghosting at The Footlight Club. Jamaica Plain resident Rebecca Glucklich, one of the co-creators of the event, explained the painful origin of …And he* was never to be heard from again: An evening of ghost stories:
"Men kept disappearing on me…. And not just after swiping right and going on one lousy date, but after eight whole months of dating; or once while in the process of shaving my legs to prep for a booty call. Each time I would share my ridiculous tales of being ghosted, I was never the only one in the room who had experienced this outrageous new social norm," said Glucklich to Jamaica Plain News. Glucklich points out that *he/she/they/xe are all invited — "because NO ONE is safe from ghosts!"
Join musiConnects for holiday music and family-friendly activities with a special guest storyteller weaving a magical winter tale on Dec. 7. Music will include familiar classical favorites as well as newly scripted works. There will be a cookie decorating table where you can frost your own treat. There will also be a raffle.
There will be more holiday cheer on Centre Street this season thanks to a new JP Holiday Light Show. JP Centre/South Main Streets ran a crowdfunding campaign to raise money for the light show with a goal of $5,000 -- and $15,405 was raised. The show will be projected onto 670 Centre St. (above City Feed), every night from Dec. 6 to Jan.
Jamaica Plain resident Carl Tremblay has designed a holiday card featured in Dana-Farber’s Holiday Cards & Gifts collection. The card is a photo that he took depicting a festive holiday-decorated front door. The collection features gifts from local vendors and holiday cards. All of the proceeds benefit patient care and cancer research at Dana-Farber. Click here to see Tremblay's card.