December:Strike the Harp: An Irish Christmas Revels at the Sanders Theater, Cambridge
October: Observatory Night at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
October: Ansel Adams Exhibition at the Peabody Essex Museum Following a tour of the Museum, the group gathered for lunch and discussion.
September: Longy School of Music Concert
August: Annie Leibovitz Exhibition at the Concord Museum & Emerson House The group met in Concord for a tour of the museum and to view the photography exhibition before heading to the home of Ralph Waldo Emerson for a tour, gathering after at a local cafe for conversation and refreshments.
November: Wine Tasting Scholarship Fund Raiser The group gathered once again for yet another sensory exploration of the subtle differences of Old World vs New World wines.
September: Essex River Cruise The Sunday morning cruise took participating members down the Essex River past the salt marshes and to the estuary. Close up views of the resident wildlife inspired both naturelovers and photographers.
June:Boston Harbor and Light House Cruise. National Park rangers gave a narrated tour of the harbor with a stop at Little Brewster Island for a tour of the lighthouse there.
March: Spring Wine Tasting. The semi-annual scholarship fundraiser featured wines of South Africa.
September: Gropius House. Tour of Bauhous-style home designed by architect Walter Gropous.
August: Dinner Discussion. Over dinner members discussed reconciling economic development/recovery with the advancement of green energy.
June: Institute of Contemporary Art. PBK members met at the ICA for a social hour and a tour of the museum
May: Spring Concert featuring arrangements for cello and piano, at the Advaita Meditation Center
March: Spring Wine Tasting PBK member and wine expert Steve Coval, enlightened PBK members and guests on the fine nuances and subtleties of Argentinian fine wines.
January: Annual Meeting and Election of Officers. held at Legal Sea Foods.
November: Dinner Discussion at Cafe Jaffa. Topic: "Causes and consequences of the decline of liberal arts studies in higher education."