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Hot Off the T: A Farmers' Market and a Ladies' Night out

Five things to do in Boston this weekend.

(All events are within walking distance of Orange Line stops on the MBTA.)

1.) CLASSICAL MUSIC: The Boston Philharmonic plays Jordan Hall on Saturday at 8 p.m. Tickets are $25-$90. Take the commuter rail from Reading Depot to North Station. Take the Orange Line to Mass. Ave. Station and then walk 5 minutes to Jordan Hall

2.) : The SOWA Winter Farmers' Market is held on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. You’ll find grassfed meats, cheese, root vegetables, greenhouse fare, farm fresh eggs, seeds & starter plants, artisan breads & baked goods, jams & preserves, grains & oils, and much more, all under one roof at 485 Harrison Ave in the South End of Boston. Take the commuter rail fromReading Depot to North StationTake the Orange Line to Back Bay Station and then walk 15 minutes.

3.) : The West End Museum on Staniford Street is hosting the "25 Years of the West Ender Newsletter" exhibit. The newsletter was designed to help reconnect residents of the West End after their homes were lost to urban renewal. Free. Take the commuter rail fromReading Depot to North Station. Take the Orange Line to Haymarket Station and then walk 5 minutes to the museum.

4.) : The Improv Assylum performs "All Single Ladies" at Ned Devine's in Faneuil Hall. It's described as "perfect for ladies’ nights out, bachelorette parties and more." Tickets are $25 and $35Take the commuter rail fromReading Depot to North Station. Take the Orange Line to Haymarket Station and then walk 5 minutes to Ned Devine's

5.) : "Invisible Cities," shows the work of three American artists and three artists from Turkey. "The collaboration grew out of a partnership between the Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Boston and Mimar Sinan University in Istanbul.  To view a selection of pieces click here." At the  on Newbury Street. Free. Take the commuter rail from Reading Depot to North StationTake the Orange Line to Back Bay Station and then walk 10 minutes.

Related Topics: BostonEvents, and WeekendHave any fun suggestions? What are you doing this weekend? 

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