WHAT’S UP BOSTON – WINTER 2016
Winter in Boston can be harsh, but before you barricade yourself inside for the whole season to binge watch Netflix, check out some of the awesome winter adventures the city has to offer. From ice-skating on Frog Pond to rocking out on St. Patrick’s day, Boston has a plenty of events for cold weather wimps and warriors alike.
In this second seasonal update, Sprout battles the urge to bust out the snuggies by finding Boston’s hottest winter events. While most people are hunkering down for a long hibernation, Bostonians are bundling up and charging into the storm in search of something to do. Whether you’re into art, the outdoors, networking, design, food or music, we guarantee there is something worth braving the weather for.
- Jay Peak -Join Chino Surfboards and Boston Surf Co. for their 4th annual Boston Surf Jay Peak Weekend. Aside from skiing and riding, there’s even a standing wave pool at the Pump House indoor waterpark. 3/18 -3/20
- 80’s Day at Loon Mountain – Stock up on hairspray, deck out in Day-Glo and hit the slopes at Loon Mountain’s 80’s Day. 4/2
- Winter Surfing – Jordan’s personal favorite. Empty lineups and Nor’easters make for some epic winter sessions.
- Skate Frog Pond – Just around the corner from Sprout’s office the Boston Common Frog Pond offers ice skating with a killer backdrop.
- Go Sledding – What’s the use of all this snow if not for sledding? Check out Boston’s 40 best sledding hills.
- Ice Climbing – If the cold isn’t enough to take away your breath, scaling frozen waterfalls in New Hampshire certainly will.
- Make a Fort – Turn snow into profit by renting out your igloo on Airbnb.
- Rock Climbing – Not ready for ice climbing? Indoor climbing may not boast the same views but, hey, it’s heated.
- Launch – You’ll be jumping at the chance to check out this awesome indoor trampoline park.
FOOD, DRINK & ENTERTAINMENT:
- Yvonne’s -Transformed from one of Boston’s oldest eateries to its hottest new bar and restaurant, Yvonne’s combines old school style with modern flavors.
- Jack’s Abby – Brew up an appetite at Jack’s Abby beer hall and brewery.
- Assembly Row -With restaurants, a winter beer garden and a luxury theater, Assembly Row takes outlet malls to the next level.
- Dropkick Murphys on St. Patty’s Day – Grab your “Kiss Me I’m Irish” shirt, chug a Guinness or two, and head down to the House of Blues for the most Irish concert of the decade. 3/16 – 3/18
- March Madness – Rouse up some healthy competition at one of Boston’s best sports bahs. Starts 3/17
- Tech Madness – Want the thrill of a bracket style competition but have no interest in basketball? Watch your favorite startups battle it out at Tech Madness. (Be sure to root for 2 of our clients Ecovent and Woo!)
- Big Air at Fenway – Just last week Fenway Park was transformed into a winter wonderland complete with a 140 foot tall ramp for the Polartec Big Air Fenway ski and snowboard competition.
- Winter Classic – Beer, brawls, and Bruins – what more could a Bostonian ask for?
- Winter 2015 – Get motivated to get out there with this badass video.
With all these awesome events happening in Boston, even getting snowed in can’t keep us from getting out. Whether you’re looking for an icy adventure or a cozy retreat, New England has you covered.
Stay tuned for warmer weather and another event roundup.