Diner’s Agenda just wants to hibernate and watch The Wire on DVD.
Saturday, November 3
•We absolutely love ceviche and order it at least 70% of the times we see it on the menu, but we’ve never made it at home. Even though we know the dish is simplicity itself, we’re deathly afraid of doing it wrong. If you have the same problem, why not drop by the ceviche class at Great Bay? Class will be in session from 11am-2pm and costs $125, which includes lunch. Save your spot by calling (617) 532-5300. [Great Bay]
•Apple cider is, along with foliage, the definitive best thing about fall. Celebrate that nectar of the gods in Deerfield at this weekend’s CiderDay Festival, which runs Saturday and Sunday. Events range from cider tastings to an apple crawl of Shelburne Falls. Fun! Tickets, which range from free to $50, can be purchased at the event or online. [CiderDay]
Sunday, November 4
•Even though its event description is riddled with typos (“Josh will create a traditional five- course Italian meal which will be accompanied by a variety of Morellino di Scanscano wines, that Erik Banti is famous for.”), the 6:30 Tuscan Wine Dinner at La Morra still sounds pretty great. $75 gets you five courses with five wine pairings. Call (617) 739-0007 to reserve. [La Morra]