Want to know what to do when you’re Out and About? Read on for all the fun, cheap, and exciting events happening for the week around Boston or right here on campus!

October 14th: Sausage Fest at SoWa Open Market

Sausage Fest is coming back for its second year at the SoWa Open Market! From 11am-4pm on the 14th and 15th, food trucks will be serving yummy sausage dishes. You can also find craft beers, ciders, and wines to pair with your sausage specials!

October 15th: Robot Block Party

As part of this year’s Hubweek, head to City Hall Plaza to see Boston’s first Robot Block Party! There, you’ll find the biggest collection of autonomous vehicles and robots Boston has ever seen, which includes an Autonomous Vehicle Petting Zoo! This free event will be from 11:00am-5:00pm.

October 16th: Colleen Coffey: Conquering College and Commitments

As part of Mental Health Awareness Month, Active Minds, Chi Omega, Delta Zeta, and Delta Phi Epsilon, are proud to host Colleen Coffey! Coffey, a mental health speaker, will be sharing her own personal experiences with mental illness and talking about how students can improve their mental health. Her presentation will begin at 7pm in Blackman Auditorium.

October 17th: Civic Responsibility in a World of Rapid Change

Join Northeastern faculty experts in a panel discussion on important topics like articulating values in a world of rapid change and our responsibilities to each other in our communities. The panel will be at 7pm in the Cabral Center. Click here to see which faculty members will be on the panel!

October 18th: Lessons from Lemonade

Enjoy a free screening of Beyonce’s Lemonade with refreshments at the Center for Intercultural engagement in Curry at 7:30pm! The screening will be followed by a discussion of the film’s themes with Professor Marsha White of the School of Law.  

October 19th: CUP Presents: A Moderated Q&A With Kaitlyn Bristowe

Head to Blackman Auditorium at 7:00pm for a Q&A with Bachelorette star, social media influencer, and podcast host Kaitlyn Bristowe! Tickets are free and can be found on myNEU!

October 20th: Mr. Burns:  A Post Electric Play

Studio Theatre 360 is proud to present Mr. Burns: A Post Electric Play! The play shows a post-apocalyptic future in which a group of survivors gather around to retell the story of “The Simpsons” – the new religion of society. Tickets are available on myNEU!

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