Wine and Cheese Welcome Party
Friday Night, 7:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Mary Prentiss Inn, 6 Prentiss Street, Cambridge, MA 02140 - Link to map

We welcome our out of town guests to Boston with a night of fine refreshment and conversation.

Cost: Free.  You are welcome to bring a bottle of your favorite wine to share.

  • If you're taking the T, the closest T stop is the Porter Square red line stop.  From the T station, walk south on Massachusetts Ave.  Turn left on Prentiss Street and the Inn is on your right.
  • If you're driving, you will need a Cambridge city permit to park on Prentiss Street; however there is metered parking on Massachusetts Ave.

Wine and Cheese Welcome Party RSVP

                         -- Nathan's sister Emily enjoying a fine glass of wine

Saturday Morning:

Fun Run/Walk around the Charles River
Saturday Morning, 9:00 a.m.
Start and Finish at M.I.T. Boat House on Memorial Drive side of the Charles River

Walk or run a 2.82 mile loop with us around the Charles River. The course crosses the Longfellow and Harvard (Mass. Ave) Bridges and provides spectacular views of Boston and Cambridge. The run is kid and dog friendly!

Cost: Free.

  • If you're taking the T, the closest T stop is the Kendall Square/MIT red line stop.  From the T station, walk up Main Street.  You will pass the Kendall Hotel on your left.  Turn left at the first stop light, which is Ames Street.  Follow Ames Street to the Charles River.  Cross both lanes of Memorial Drive.  The MIT Boathouse will be just to your right.
  • If you're driving, the best place to park is the Hayward Street parking lot at MIT - it's free to park in on weekends and holidays.  The lot is on the west side of Hayward Street just off of Main Street - click here for a map.

Fun Run/Walk around the Charles River RSVP

                           -- Nathan offering Brea moral support while she
                               runs the Cape Cod Marathon

Saturday Evening:

Saturday Sports Soiree
Saturday Evening, 5:30 p.m.
Jillian’s, 145 Ipswich Street, Boston, MA 02215

Join us at the establishment where Nathan watched the Red Sox win the World Series in 2004 and Brea and Nathan gathered with friends to watch them win in 2007.  We would love for you to experience the joy of watching a Red Sox game while in town, but with tickets as tough as they are to score, this is the next best thing.  The Sox will be playing the Mets at 7:10 p.m. just around the corner from where we can bowl, play pool, eat, and drink. We are looking forward to this being a time to casually hang out with our friends and hopefully see a Red Sox win.

Before 8:00 p.m. all ages are welcome at Jillian's.  After 8 p.m. you will need an ID to enter and guests under 21 are not permitted.

Cost: Free. There is no cover to join us at Jillian's.  To see the costs for playing pool, bowling, and food, please visit their

  • If you're taking the T, the closest T stop is the Kenmore green line stop.  You can take the B, C, or D green lines to Kenmore, but not the E green line.  From the T station, follow the signs that point to Fenway Park.  You will pass the Commonwealth Hotel and a McDonald's on your left.  Bear left onto Brookline Avenue and walk on the bridge over the Massachusetts Turnpike.  Once across the bridge, take a left onto Lansdowne Street - the Cask'n Flagon is on the corner.  Walk down Lansdowne (under the Green Monster seats).  At the end of the street make a left onto Ipswich Street.  The entrance is right around the corner on the left.
  • On game day, the train can be pretty crowded, but is still the best way to get near Fenway Park.
  • If you are planning on driving, please look at Jillian's site for driving and parking directions.

Saturday Sports Soiree RSVP

                                -- Nathan and Brea heart the Red Sox


Duck Tour of Boston
Sunday Afternoon, 1:00 p.m.
Departs from Huntington Avenue in front of Shaw's Supermarket near the Prudential Center.

Even though we have lived in Boston for a few years now, we have never taken this guided tour of Boston on a WWII duck boat. We would love for you to join us on this tour that covers the best landmarks along the streets of Boston and sightseeing from the Charles River. The Boston Duck Tours's website can answer most of your Duck Tour questions and give you an overview of the tour.

Cost: $27.50. 
UPDATE: As of 4/27/09 we have filled the duck we have reserved.  If you would still like to go on a duck tour while you're in Boston, you can still reserve individual tickets on their website.

For those that did reserve tickets, they ask groups to arrive 30 minutes prior to the start of the tour.  So plan to get there by 12:30 p.m. and plan ample transit time if you are taking the T there.

  • If you are taking the T, the best stop is the Copley Green Line stop (all Green Line trains stop here).  If you are taking the Red Line into Boston, and switching to the Green Line at Park Street, make sure you get on the Green Line going West.  Exit the Copley Green Line T station and walk one block down Boylston in the opposite direction of traffic.  Turn left at Exeter and walk two blocks to Huntington Ave.  Turn right on Huntington Ave. and the Duck Boats will be right in front of you.
  • If you are driving, good luck to you.

              -- Brea and Nathan standing in front of the Charles River
                  with Boston in the background

Sunday Evening:

Rehearsal and
Rehearsal Dinner (invitation only)

Invitations for this event will be sent out out in April.


Wedding Ceremony
Monday Afternoon, 2:00 p.m.
Hope Fellowship Church, 16 Beech Street, Cambridge, MA 02140

Click here for a map to Hope Fellowship Church

Please refer to the formal wedding invitation for information, directions, and to RSVP.
Longfellow's Wayside Inn, 72 Wayside Inn Road, Sudbury, MA 01776

Please refer to the formal wedding invitation for information, directions, and to RSVP.

Click here for a map to Longfellow's Wayside Inn

What to wear:

See the guide below to help you with the important decisions of what to wear for these events: