It’s hard to believe, but 2016 is winding down, and the holiday season is just around the corner! The Boston Metro area welcomes November with plenty of special events and holiday festivals. We’ve hand-picked a few suggestions to share with you here!

Nov. 4-6: Boston Christmas Festival at the Seaport World Trade Center brings together 300 American craftsmen, offering  handmade gifts and decor. Find everything you need for the holidays including home accessories, designer fashions, artisan jewelry, seasonal décor, gourmet treats and one-of-a-kind handcrafted gifts.

Nov. 5-Dec. 31: Boston’s Back Bay Chocolate Walking Tour takes place on Saturday mornings, combining a walking tour of Boston landmarks along with delicious chocolate samples from several local retailers. Advance tickets required, see website for details.

Nov. 9-21: The Boston Jewish Film Festival explores life through film from a Jewish perspective. The festival attracts a diverse audience of about 250,000 people, with film screenings taking place at the Coolidge Corner Theater, Institute of Contemporary Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Arlington Capitol Theater and West Newton Cinema. See website for tickets and film details.

Nov. 15: The “Taste” 2016 brings you delectable offerings from Boston’s premier chefs & bartenders. Enjoy all-you-can-eat food and drink from some of Boston’s best restaurants, along with chef demos and live entertainment. Advance tickets required.

 Nov. 18-20: America’s Hometown Thanksgiving in Plymouth takes you back in time with historic reenactments, patriotic concerts and a history-themed parade. There’s also a food festival, farmer’s market and craft village, plus live entertainment.

Nov. 19: Faneuil Hall Tree Lighting Spectacular! See the lighting of the city’s first holiday tree of the season, the largest tree in the northeast! Live entertainment all day starting at 3:00 p.m. The Blink! light and sound show, a six week state-of-the-art light and sound extravaganza with over 350,000 LED lights, runs daily starting November 20. Performances happen between 4:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.

This is just a sampling of what Boston has to offer! The Boston Metro area has a healthy business climate, and there is something for everyone when it comes to culture and events. If you’d like to explore Boston Metro commercial real estate, please contact us for complete guidance!

Jay Nuss
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