east cambridge business association spring outing

east cambridge business association spring outing

reporting about the yearly outing at inman square

Once known as the Inman Square business Association has been changed to the East Cambridge Business Association or ECBA. Despite much clouds and heavy rain; they went through, to setup the stands and booths : the yearly gala event could not be stopped
The first act that caught my eyes and ears was a band called Little Foot. Erica, the lead singer shared that the music they played was called Surfy Dream hop. As time went by another band formulated for some country music. Jesse, a band member told me that they called themselves the Boston Cowboy Balladeers.

This outing had a unique way of selling food and artistic momentos. For one serving you got one Inman Square dollar, you could get five servings for fifteen dollars. Some of the eateries were Atwoods Tavern, The Wits End,, Butkowskis, and the city- girl café. The S and S had a booth today and being a mainstay of Inman Square for many, many years, they were welcomed.

For the children there were many , many things to partake in.Face painting was one of them . It was done artistically by Nicole from Practice Space about a mask or a T-shirt tie-dyed or pressed. What a wonderful gift this would make.

Inman Square arts and crafts was the largest organization here at this event. Quilt-making is a way these entrepreneur have to sentd kids to college. I talked with some other arts and crafts leaders. The Raindrop ceramic Shop sold pottery for the imagination. It seemed to be affordable, but unique. Emily Tirella had a booth on hands on embroidery. A few booths were to talk about education. Cambridge Elementary School (a school taught up to fifth grade) has top notch teachers sSo, if you like a variety of events; be sure to come to here next year.