Haute Weekend Happenings in Boston 12/11/15

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‘Tis the season for lots of events in Boston. Here’s a look at this weekend’s hautest ones.

WGBHPhoto Credit: WGBH

Tonight kicks off the 13th annual Christmas Celtic Sojourn hosted by Brian O’Donovan is being held at the Cutler Majestic Theatre in Boston. The performances are being held in three other locations this year, including Worcester, New Bedford and Rockport. The performance celebrates Celtic, Pagan and Christian traditions. For the past two years, one of the performances at the Cutler Majestic Theatre has been broadcast nationally on the radio.

Museum of Fine ArtsPhoto Credit: Museum of Fine Arts

The Kenneth Paul Block Illustrations exhibit is being held at the Museum of Fine Arts Saturday through August 2016. The fashion illustrator is best known for his chronicle of classic fashionistas like Jacqueline Kennedy and Gloria Guinness. The exhibit contains 30 works from Block’s career from the 1950s through the 90s that feature everything from black and white drawings in charcoal to watercolor and colored pencil.

The Humane LeaguePhoto Credit: The Humane League

Also being held tomorrow night is The Humane League’s Boston Anniversary Gala in Cambridge. Here, you can nosh on vegan dishes and enjoy a silent auction with proceeds all to benefit The Humane League’s support of animals. VIP tickets include a cocktail hour, a meet and greet with the speakers and an 8” x 10” print of a rescued animal.

Pure Hearts BostonPhoto Credit: Pure Hearts Boston

The Charlesmark Hotel on Boylston Street in the Back Bay is hosting a Pure Hearts Fundraiser on Saturday night to benefit pediatric cardiology at Boston Children’s Hospital. The event gets started at 7 p.m. and includes a silent auction, signature drinks and appetizers.

Cambridge Symphony OrchestraPhoto Credit: Cambridge Symphony Orchestra

The Cambridge Symphony Orchestra will perform their Holiday Pops tomorrow night featuring classic songs like “Sleigh Ride” and “Silver Bells.” A special addition this year will be student musicians from the Perkins School for the Blind who will play alongside the Cambridge Symphony players. The featured soloist this year is soprano Jennifer Sgroe.



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