Weird Boston Events Nov 11-18: History & SF Fests, Open Studios, Train Show, Meteors, Roman Legion, Campfire Tales
Welcome to the Week in Weird! Here are this week’s top items, and click to see the complete Johnny’s List of Weird Boston Events.
|The New England Fan Experience||11/13 – 11/15||Boston Metro|
|There’s not much that’s weird this week, but this festival of science-fiction, anime, and gaming will have panels, vendors, and costuming activities.
Hyatt Regency, Cambridge, MA. see details on the complete Johnny’s List
|New England History Festival||11/14||Boston Metro|
|People who love history have a festival too, packed with interesting speakers and re-enactors on Olde Timey New Englandly topics such as the Salem witch trials and Paul Revere’s ride.
Hibernian Hall, 151 Watertown Street., Watertown, MA. see details on the complete Johnny’s List
|Legio III Cyrenaica Roman Legion @ Higgins Armory||11/14||Worcester|
|The Higgins Armory is always worth a trip. It’s one of these perfect places that both kids and adults enjoy, and see and learn about the armor and weaponry from ancient times. They are continually having fun events. This weekend, re-enactors play warriors from Ancient Rome.
100 Barber Ave, Worcester, MA.508-853-6015. see details on the complete Johnny’s List
|An Evening of Illumination @ OSV||11/14||Worcester|
|Also re-enactment-tastic, Sturbridge Village is bigger than and just as good as Plimoth Plantation. They are continually having events and this one is at night using 19th century lights. I’m sure it’s beautiful.
1 Old Sturbridge Village Road, Sturbridge, MA.508 347-3362. see details on the complete Johnny’s List
And a lot more this week at the Complete Johnny’s List of Weird Boston Events, including:
Tales Around the Campfire, Allston/Brighton Open Studios (Boston Open Studios), Fenway Studios Open Studios, Battle of the Lawyers, Brockton Train Show, Leonids Meteor Shower, Tavern Fare in 18th & 19th Century New England with Bean Supper, Boston International Antiquarian Book Fair, Boston International Fine Art Show, Somerville Writers Conference, InsideOut: The Museum School Sale, Edaville Railroad’s Christmas Festival of Lights, Out on the Edge Festival, Boston Jewish Film Festival, Holiday Murder Mystery at the Astors’ Beechwood Mansion, 1627 Harvest Dinner @ Plimoth Plantation, and more.