Cuisine Blue at the Metropolitan Water Works Museum

A gala fundraising event on the evening of
Saturday, September 16, 2017
Just added to the evening’s excitement…
A signature cocktail by Boston Harbor Distillery
Entertainment by ImprovBoston and violist Jeremy Green
The Metropolitan Waterworks Museum invites you to the
First Annual Cuisine Blue Gala
Don your dressy, blue cocktail attire.
Then, step into the Gilded Age for a magnificent meal under the glow of the historic steam engines that powered a water revolution in Boston!
Be a part of our enchanting evening with special guests and surprises throughout the night!
Join us for the VIP Reception & Dinner Gala at 6:30pm. Meet at one of the exclusive Waterworks Park residences in what was once the historic Coal Room. Appetizers by Cuisine Chez Vous and a signature cocktail by Boston Harbor Distillery with Gordon’s Fine Wines & Liquors, along with an acapella set by the Wellesley College Tupelos! Tickets are $150 per person. Tables of 8 can be purchased and reserved for the dinner.
Or, start your evening at 7:00pm for the Dinner Gala inside the Great Engines Hall. A sumptuous dinner by BG Events & Catering, along with a signature cocktail by Boston Harbor Distillery and wine by Gordon’s Fine Wines & Liquors will be served. Entertainment by ImprovBoston and contemporary violist Jeremy Green, photo books by Fun Flips, and other surprises to enjoy. Tickets are $125 per person. Tables of 8 can be purchased and reserved, as well.
The Cuisine Blue Gala to support the Waterworks Museumpromises to be an historic experience. Tickets available now!
With thanks to our generous sponsors and donors.
More sponsorship opportunities available! Contact us!
The Metropolitan Waterworks Museum is a non-profit museum dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of the historic waterworks and buildings that supplied the City of Boston with public water.
The Museum presents unique stories of this early metropolitan water system through exhibitions and educational programs on engineering, architecture, social history, and public health.
The Waterworks sits on the site of the original Chestnut Hill Reservoir and pumping station in a building dating to the late 1880’s. The Museum consists of the Great Engines Hall, housing three historic steam-powered pumping engines, and a two story glass-enclosed pavilion, featuring the Overlook Gallery.
Directions and hours can be found at Connect with us on Facebook and Twitter @MetroWaterworks. Accessible by T on the Green Line “C” and “D” trains, and by Bus (#51 and #86). Limited parking available on site in marked Museum Visitor spots.
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Metropolitan Waterworks Museum, Inc.
2450 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02467
Open Wednesdays 11am to 8:30pm (summer hours) and
Thursday through Sunday from 11am to 4pm.
Limited Free Parking Available, or Take the T!
Green Line “C” and “D” Trains, or by MBTA Buses #51 and #86.

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