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!

November 3rd: MFA Film: Christopher Robin

As part of their new “Winnie-the-Pooh: Exploring a Classic” exhibition, the MFA is hosting a free screening of the film Christopher Robin! The screening will begin at 10:30am and tickets will be available at 10am in the lobby of the Huntington Avenue entrance. Seating is first come first serve so be sure to get there on time!

November 4th: Hidden Figures Screening and Discussion

See the award winning film, Hidden Figures, for free with NU College Democrats’ Women’s Caucus! The screening will begin at 3pm and will be held in 022 INV. After the film is over, stick around for a discussion on women in STEM!

November 5th: Homecoming Carnival

Celebrate Homecoming week at the Homecoming carnival! Enjoy free food, games, giveaways, pictures with PAWs, and stuffing your own husky! The carnival will be held in the Curry Indoor Quad from 4-7pm.

November 6th: Instagrammers of Boston

Want to learn how to run a successful instagram page? The Fashion & Retail Society is bringing in famous Boston based instagrammers to answer all your questions, who their material, and chat about all things Boston! The event will be held in 108 West Village G at 6pm.

November 7th: Late Night at Northeastern

Head over to Stetson West for the return of Late Night at Northeastern! From 9-11pm enjoy tailgate food, giveaways, games, and more! You must use a meal swipe to be able to enter.

November 8th: An Evening with Tina Fey

Image may contain: 1 person, closeup and textIn case you don’t already know, our Homecoming headliner this year is Tina Fey! Doors to Matthews Arena will open at 6:30 and the event will begin at 8. Limited tickets are still available! They are $15 and can be found on myNortheastern.

November 9th: Everyman

Don’t miss the Theatre Department’s first performance of the semester, Everyman! The show will be held in the theatre in Ryder Hall and will begin at 8pm. Tickets are $8 and are available on myNortheastern.