Get Out: Moonwalk for the Five-Star Foundation
Plus, all the soup you can eat at this year's Souper Bowl fundraiser.
This week's picks for what to do in and around the city this weekend.
1. Charlestown Youth Hockey annual comedy night fundraiser
When/Where: Sunday, Feb. 20, 5 p.m., at the Knights of Columbus, 75 W School St., Charlestown
Why Go: Laugh out loud and support your local youth hockey program.
Pricing: $25 for individual, $200 for table of 10 (need full payment to reserve)
2. Five-Star Foundation 'Fun in February' Fundraiser
When/Where: Saturday, Feb. 19, 8 p.m., Knights of Columbus, 75 W School St.
Why Go: Because this year's theme is Michael Jackson, and all proceeds will be donated in Memory of Joseph Michael Cannizzaro, Sr. for anyone that has blood related cancers and receives treatment at MGH.
Pricing: $20, which includes dancing, music, raffles
3. An Evening with Bill Cosby
Where/When: Symphony Hall, Saturday, 5 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Why Go: Bill, we're still a little upset that you've abandoned your trademark sweaters in favor of button-ups and ties, but we're willing to let it go as long as you promise to mention puddin' pops at least once. Deal?
Pricing: $35.50 - $70.50
4. Souper Bowl III
When/Where: Sunday, Feb. 20, 1-3 p.m., at the Haley House Bakery Café, 12 Dade St., Roxbury
Why Go: Chefs will prepare soups from locally-sourced ingredients as an “Empty Bowls” fundraiser for Haley House’s Soup Kitchen in the South End. There will be two sessions for this event, the first at 1-3 p.m. and the second at 4-6 p.m. Vegetarian and vegan soup options will be available among the selections. Guests will receive a handcrafted ceramic bowl made by students in MassArt’s Clay for Change program. During the event, guests can use their bowls to sample soups from several stations. At the end of the event, they’re invited to take their bowls home with them.
5. Open skate hours
When/Where: Weekly on Saturdays and Sundays, at the Emmons Horrigan O'Neill Memorial Rink, 150 Rutherford Ave., Charlestown
Why Go: Skating is free and open to the public. Do you need another reason?