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WHAT’S UP WITH BOSTON – SUMMER 2017
WHAT’S UP WITH BOSTON – SUMMER 2017

It’s finally looking like summer here in Boston – not to mention that it finally stopped raining – and that means it’s time to get out and enjoy being outside.  Whether it’s by the ocean, the mountains or the lakes, Boston and New England have a little bit for everyone.  And, if you want to stay inside, we’ve got that too.

Here are some of our favorite upcoming activities:

  • Boston Harborfest:  With hundreds of activities over Independence Day weekend at Boston’s best landmarks, this family-friendly event is the country’s largest Fourth of July festival.  June 30th – July 4th
  • Free Movies at the Hatch Shell:  Every Friday night there’s a free movie at Sunset on the Esplanade at the Hatch Shell.  Friday’s at Sunset all Summer
  • Trillium Brewing’s Beer Garden:  Trillium, one of Boston’s best breweries, just opened a beer garden on the Rose Kennedy Greenway.  Check it out for an amazing beer selection.  Wednesday – Sunday all Summer
  • Zip Line Rides:  Ride the ‘Z’ and fly over the Greenway with views of the harbor and downtown Boston.  Probably not advisable after visiting the beer garden.  Thursdays – Sundays all Summer
  • Hubway Bike Rentals:  The Hubway Bikes are Boston’s rideshare program, and a great way to check out the city.  The Harborwalk ‘tour’ is a great way to check out the Seaport and see one of Boston’s newest neighborhoods.  Whenever you want
  • Maine Lobster Fest:  What’s more New England than an entire festival dedicated to our most iconic food, the lobster [pronounced like lob-stah]?  Enjoy what has become an internationally-recognized celebration of local seafood in scenic Rockland, Maine.  August 2nd – 6th
  • David Ortiz at the MFA:  The Museum of Fine Arts steps up to the plate to celebrate the career of Red Sox icon, David Ortiz.  Check out his 3 World Series rings and help to raise some money for his foundation, the David Ortiz Children’s Fund.  June 17th – September 4th
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BY Colin Murphy ON June 20, 2017