Brooks & Crowley January 2019

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439 Washington Street Dedham, MA 02026 Inside This Issue

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Skiing and New Year’s Eve

3 Ways the Winter Weather Helps You Burn Calories Watch Out for Rogue Champagne Corks This Year

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The Philosophy of Bill Walsh

20 Minute Sausage and Tortellini Soup

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Local Events

Food, Comedy, and Something Sweet Events in the Boston Area

HOPSTERS GRAND SPIRITS TASTING When: Saturday, Feb. 9; 4–5:30 p.m. Where: The Boston Public Market Admission: $9–$15 Website: BostonPublicMarket. org/kitchen If you’re looking to enjoy an evening filled with spirit tasting, you’re in for a treat. You can sip on locally made spirits that will warm you up from your fingers to your toes while you learn about local distilleries throughout the state. Attendees will have the chance to sample spirits from 10 or more of these distilleries.

SWEET AS CANDY When: Saturday, Feb. 9; 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Where: Elks Lodge, 40 Old Ferry Road, Lowell Admission: Free! With Valentine's Day just around the corner, this is a golden chance to find that perfect gift. Sweet as Candy is coming back for its third year, bringing with it more than 60 vendors. You can peruse through each of their offerings to find a unique gift for your sweetheart.

The new year has begun! If you’re looking for a way to start off 2019 right, here are the perfect events to do the trick.

COMEDY PARTYAT OSAKA! When: Every Thursday; 8 p.m. Where: Osaka Japanese Sushi & Steakhouse, Brookline Admission: $5 Get a taste of Japanese cuisine and watch a comedy show every Thursday evening at your local sushi and steak restaurant. Don’t miss a chance to sit back and enjoy yourself as comedians who have appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Comedy Central, and Funny or Die hit the stage. Doors open at 7:30, and the show starts at 8. Don’t miss out on your weekly dose of comedy!

KIDS IN THE KITCHEN When: Every other Saturday; 10–11 a.m. Where: The Boston Public Market Admission: $9–$15 Website: BostonPublicMarket. org/kitchen In this series of cooking classes, we’ll teach your children, ages 6–12, how food travels from a farm to their dinner table. After local Boston vendors explain how they get their ingredients, kids will get a hands-on course to create a signature dish. This is an excellent opportunity to get your kids thrilled about making delectable meals by themselves.

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