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    African Dance

    Get in touch with African culture by learning the basics of African dance and rhythm. Communicate with your body and soul by participating in community dance circles, and by listening to live drumming and music. During this African dance class, your body is your most powerful voice. So widen your horizons and learn how to sway your body and movements to African rhythms. Let the drums guide the beat to your heart.
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    African Dance

    16 Lincoln Road , Lincoln

    • Learn fundamental African dance and rhythm techniques
    • Enjoy a traditional community dance circle
    • Discover and practice ritual and spiritual dances
    • All levels welcome
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    Jewish Cultural Walking Tour

    Kosher oases, memorials commemorating the importance of Jewish culture in Beantown, and the Vilna Shul. On this cultural heritage walking tour, you will venture through Beacon Hill's back side, where Jews resided during the nineteenth century. Visit the historic Vilna Shul and stroll past the Jewish homes and neighborhoods that brought this area to life. From there, you'll head to the West End and see the Puffer House Cigar-Rolling Factory and the impactful Holocaust Memorial. Before the Italians arrived to serve up cheap slices in Boston's North End, the neighborhood actually housed predominantly Jewish immigrants and fantastic matzoh balls. Explore Boston's history through some of its most important immigrants.
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    Jewish Cultural Walking Tour

    Milk St, Boston

    • Learn the Jewish history in Boston neighborhoods like Beacon Hill, the West End, and North End
    • Visit historic Jewish sites such as Vilna Shul, Holocaust Memorial, and The Milk Street Cafe
    • Discover the impressive and impactful stories behind Jewish culture in Boston
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    Argentine Tango

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    In case you didn't know, tango originated as a street dance -- at least, that's how Argentine Tango structures their beginner course. During a two hour class, you will focus on six aspects of tango: basic movements, leading and following, techniques and posture, musicality, tango culture, and history. These fundamental aspects will allow you to improvise rather than memorize complicated dance patterns, and create balance, not only with yourself, but with your partner. An understanding of tango's musicality and culture will only strengthen this ability as well. To truly immerse yourself in this dance, it's essential to have explored every avenue. Now grab a partner because it takes more than one to tango.
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    Argentine Tango

    16 Bow St, Somerville

    • Learn the six fundamental aspects of Argentine tango
    • Explore the history, musicality, and culture behind this dance
    • Understand fundamental movements to encourage improvisation
    • Practice proper body control
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    Muglai Royal Food Feast from India (Non-Vegetarian)

    Experience a new culinary adventure as you learn to cook Mughlai Indian Cuisine. Experiment with aromatic flavors and spices as your instructor takes you through a traditional Mughlai menu including both appetizers and dinner. You'll try your hand at dishes like the popular chicken tikka masala, garlic naan, cumin fried rice, and mango lassi. Discover how these dishes were served to royals during the Mogul era and why they are still so popular today. Whether you're new to Indian cuisine or want to add some new dishes to your recipe book, this class is a great opportunity for all skill levels.
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    Muglai Royal Food Feast from India (Non-Vegetarian)

    2009 Boston Rd, Wilbraham

    • Learn the fundamentals of cooking Mughlai Indian cuisine
    • Cook chicken tikka masala, garlic naan, and cumin fried rice
    • Discover the royal history of this cuisine in India
    • Advance your palate as you gain new culinary skills
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    Freedom in the Empire and the Republic Black Boston Tour

    Boston is one of the most nationally significant cities in the country, filled with the history of commerce, political revolution, social innovation, and immigration. Join a local historian on this tour to understand the historical and cultural significance of Boston in the narrative of African-American history. You will visit the North End (Boston's oldest neighborhood), Beacon Hill (where the African-American community relocated in the 18th Century), Copp's Hill Burying Ground (a cemetery founded in 1659), Prince Hall Monument (dedicated to the famous Mason), the Old State House (a historic capitol building), and the African Meeting House (the oldest historically black church in the nation). Along the way you'll learn about the vibrant history of the city, and the importance it played in Abolition and the Civil Rights Movement! Come see why they call this city the Cradle of Liberty!
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    Freedom in the Empire and the Republic Black Boston Tour

    45 Hull St, Boston

    • Visit the the North End, Beacon Hill, Copp's Hill Burying Ground, Prince Hall Monument, the Old State House, the African Meeting House, the Freedom Trail, and the Black Heritage Trail
    • Learn about racial changes in the city and country, and their reciprocal relationship with public education, religious freedom, community organization, Abolition, and war
    • Discuss Boston's rich history and culture to gain perspective on the city around you
    • Walk along the cobblestone streets of Boston, lead by an experienced and educated tour guide
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    Back Bay Chocolate Walking Tour

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    This historic area is rich in culture, architecture... and of course, fine chocolate. There's no better way to spend a Saturday morning than to peruse boutiques on Newbury Street, or to stroll down Boylston Street while learning about and enjoying chocolate with your friends. The featured stop on this tour will be Hotel Chocolat -- a trendy European cocoa grower who manages the production of chocolate, from bean to bar. Learn all about chocolate in their private tasting room! Other tour locations and treats may include:
    • The largest selection of imported bars
    • A Swiss chocolatier famous for the Dom Perignon Champagne Truffle
    • A famous New England Ice Cream maker focused on Fair Trade chocolate
    • Cupcakes
    • For the adventurous, a chocolate covered cricket or chocolate worm
    You'll pick up yummy samples as you go, plus tips on tasting, buying and storing fine chocolate.
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    Back Bay Chocolate Walking Tour

    141A Newbury St, Boston

    • Travel through Back Bay visiting the best chocolate shops in the area
    • Stop by an assortment of chocolate shops and taste their artisan treats
    • Pick out delectable samples as you walk
    • Learn tips on tasting, buying, and storing chocolate
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    Fenway Pub Crawl- Dry Run

    Beer, Baseball, and History: Have you ever heard of anything sound so perfect together? If you haven't then you definitely need to experience Boston Crawling's Fenway Pub Crawl! You'll kick off this crawl with a walking tour of the iconic Fenway Park, where your guide will share stories of Boston's hidden baseball past and present. Here you will be able to dive into Boston's baseball culture while learning about the history of the ballpark and baseball games. If you think that is all the fun you are going to have, then you thought wrong! While increasing your knowledge about this most beloved sport, you will have the opportunity to visit 4 local pubs where you will be able to taste delicious and one of a kind beers that is special and exclusive to Boston. Enjoy spending time with fellow travelers from around the globe and tasting all different kinds of craft beer. From the Red Sox superfan to the baseball novice, Boston Crawling's Fenway Pub Crawl is perfect for you! Batter up!
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    Fenway Pub Crawl- Dry Run

    82 Lansdowne St., Boston

    • Enjoy an iconic walking tour to Fenway Park listening to stories of Boston's hidden baseball past
    • Visit 4 bars in the area, each offering unique and delicious drinks for you to enjoy
    • Increase your knowledge about the history of the ballpark and baseball in Boston
    • Experience a relaxing day diving into Boston's baseball culture, while tasting local beers you cant from anywhere else
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    Brahmins of Boston Tour

    Want to learn about Boston? Pahk the cah in the Havahd Yahd, and then walk on over to this tour! Boston is one of the most nationally significant cities in the country, filled with the history of commerce, political revolution, social innovation, and immigration. Join a professor of American History on this tour to gain an understanding of the North End's historical and cultural significance to Boston. In the early 1800s a class of Boston citizens, calling themselves "Brahmins", joined together to instill cosmopolitan and progressive mores and practices in the city. Come see how this exclusive group of elites has shaped Boston and American history for the past 150 years! That is...if they let you in! (Just kidding! This tour is open to all! Unlike the class of Brahmins!)
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    Brahmins of Boston Tour

    310 Washington St, Boston

    • Visit Beacon Hill, the Boston Common, the Old South Meeting House, the Irish Famine Memorial, the Boston Atheneum, the African Meeting House, and more!
    • Learn about the Brahmins, the 19th century upper class of Bostonians who were descended from the original Puritan settlers
    • Discuss Boston's rich history, architecture, and culture, and Bostonians' critical influence on American History
    • Walk along the cobblestone streets of Boston, lead by an experienced and educated tour guide
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