November happenings…

Music, food and out of this world experiences are just a few of things Harvard Square has to offer this November.

The Fourth Annual Folk Music History Month in Harvard Square will feature live music, lectures and special movie events at various venues across Harvard Square all month long. This celebration of folk music in all its forms is sure to have something for everyone. For more information and to see the schedule of events please visit–The-4th-Annual-Folk-Music-History-M.aspx.

With all the weather changes this time of year, you might think that this planet is a little strange, however, the Harvard Smithsonian Center Astrophysics public event this month will make you feel like you live a perfectly normal planet, comparatively speaking. On Thursday, November 15th, “Strange planetary vistas from Kepler” will the topic of discussion at the Center. The focus of the discussion will be on the incredible diversity of planets observed of  NASA’s Kepler mission. For more information please visit Just remember that as strange as things are around here, at least we are not orbiting two suns.

Not orbiting two suns is just one of things we can be thankful for around here. What are you thankful for this Thanksgiving? Well, for some of us, we can be thankful that we don’t have to cook on Thanksgiving. For your convince and true treat for your taste palate, many of the restaurants in Harvard Square will not only be open on Thanksgiving Day (November 22nd), but many of them will be offer special  menus choice and selected wine pairings. Check out more information and samples of the menu offerings at many of the restaurants serving up special menus. Please note that reservations are highly recommended.

We at Harding House wish you a wonderful November and hope that no matter where your plans take you, you remember to enjoy the ride as well as the destination.