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    Your Week Ahead

    Five things to do in and around Boston

    Boston Fashion Week, Hub Week, a poster exhibition, and more.

    From the MassArt show, "A Century of Style: Masterworks of Poster Design." Milton Glaser. Bob Dylan, 1966. Offset lithography. Courtesy Robert Bachelder.
    A Century of Style: Masterworks of Poster Design starts at Massachusetts College of Art and Design on September 19.


    Starting Monday, September 19

    Poster children, flock to A Century of Style: Masterworks of Poster Design, an exhibition at Massachusetts College of Art and Design that includes lithographs from Toulouse-Lautrec, Herbert Matter, Ludwig Hohlwein, and A.M. Cassandre. Drawn from the collection of Boston philanthropist Robert Bachelder, the 120-plus posters were created to tout travel, rock stars, and corporations, but are now cultural icons. Runs through December 3. 617-879-7337;


    Starting Wednesday, September 21

    Remember Rex Trailer? The beloved Boston children’s-show host is featured at the Waltham Film Factory, as part of a screening paired with a related filmmaking workshop. Rex Trailer’s Boomtown, a documentary by Newton filmmaker Michael Bavaro, shows Wednesday, followed Saturday by a workshop on making your own documentary memoirs. Other events throughout the fall. 6:30 p.m. screening is $10, applicable to the $40 fee for the 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. workshop. 781-893-5410;


    Starting Friday, September 23

    Boston Fashion Week struts new looks from area designers like Luke Aaron and Firas Yousif. Kickoff features fashion illustrator Holly Nichols live sketching and a retrospective of Boston designer Denise Hajjar. Collections will be highlighted on runways from Boston to Cambridge to Natick. Get insider tips from fashion designers, stylists, and entrepreneurs. Most events free; prices vary for ticketed events.


    Friday, September 23 -Sunday, September 25


    Sample the best of the Cape at the 47th Annual Cape Cod Scallop Fest at the fairgrounds in East Falmouth. Fried scallops will be served, of course, but chicken and burgers are also on the menu. Compete in a corn hole tournament, see arts and crafts, check out a car show, and be entertained by musicians, including Hanson’s own The Voice contestant, Kristen Merlin. General admission $7, $2 for children 6-12, free for children 5 and under. Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., Sunday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Food priced separately. 508-759-6000;


    Starting Sunday, September 25

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    See Boston at its innovative, creative best as HUBweek, of which The Boston Globe is a founder, returns with more than 120 events. Choose from enlightening discussions of current and future issues, from health care disparities to inclusive innovation; a Demo Day featuring some of Boston’s highest impact startups; Brew the Charles (where six brewers create beers from Charles River water); the GlobeDocs documentary film festival; and related events like the fifth annual Let’s Talk About Food Festival. Prices vary from free to $50. Ends October 1.

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