The Dance Complex presents Routes & Roots, two evenings gathering spectacularly talented dancers and choreographers from throughout New England and beyond on one stage. Routes & Roots considers both the geographic and creative journey of the artist and how their own roots have contributed to the routes that their choreography has taken.
Saturday, October 24, 2020 • 7:30 PM 9:00 PM
Trivia Relief was created to support cultural institutions and individuals in the creative community that are suffering as a result of the coronavirus crisis. With a single tax-deductible donation, you support a full spectrum of the arts. Beneficiaries include Artist Relief, The Actors Fund, MusiCares, the Authors League Fund and Jazz Foundation of America.
By celebrating much of what is best in culture, Trivia Relief seeks to highlight what is at risk in the current crisis. It hopes to en...
In response to COVID-19 restrictions, SoWa Boston has launched a new online platform with curated selections of artwork, all available for sale. By collecting art locally, you are not only fostering the career of an artist who has chosen our city as a home to create, you are encouraging small businesses and creatives to engage our community in necessary dialogues.
Visit Construction A R E A to build (or continue to build) an art collection, develop your taste in art, and expand your cultur...
Celebrate Latinx Heritage Month by taking a stroll through Boston's Latin Quarter Art Walk and learning about the history, meaning and significance of the many murals, sculptures, and other public art in the cultural district. The self-guided audio tour begins at Jackson Square MBTA Station and will lead you up Centre Street as you explore eleven different public art pieces, which all reflect the beautiful culture of the neighborhood.
The Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy presents Lantern Stories by artist Yu-Wen. This public art installation of thirty lanterns was created to celebrate Boston Chinatown’s vibrant community, culture and resiliency. Lantern images celebrate culture – art, calligraphy, music and performance, as well as the community’s strong commitment to education, entrepreneurship, and social justice. Visit the lanterns on Boston’s Greenway September 23 - November 15, 2020.
Time to get the family out for some outdoor fun this last weekend of Summer! Sauchuk's has everything from Corn Mazes and Games, Pumpkin Patch, Hay Wagon Rides, Zip Lines, Cow and Bee Train Rides, Playground, Duck Races, and Much More. Tickets must be purchased in advance and online.
Sauchuk's Corn Maze
200 Center St
Plympton, MA 02367
Saturday & Sunday 9am-6pm
The Boston Marathon is the world's largest annual marathon. This year’s marathon, originally scheduled for April 20, was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic but registrants are still able to participate virtually, September 5-14.
Registrants have access to an app that tracks their race and plays audio cues from the real course, such as the sound of the Wellesley Scream Tunnel and crowds on Boylston Street. Those participating in the virtual event have until Sept. 14 to run the 26.2 mi...
Boston Lights: A Lantern Experience fills Boston’s Franklin Park Zoo with dazzling, giant sculptures of dragons, pandas, crabs, tigers, fish and flamingos lit from within by LED lights. The Boston display includes a 66-foot-long shark that you can walk through, a 26-foot-tall panda, and a 197-foot-long dragon. More than 50 displays, illuminate the zoo’s 72 acres through Nov. 1.
To prevent the spread of coronavirus, visitors are required to buy timed tickets, wear masks, and maintain social...
Take a drive to Newport this weekend and stroll among a menagerie of topiary animals at Green Animals. Hang out with the Greek statuary at The Elms. And enjoy a breathtaking view of the Atlantic Ocean at The Breakers, meandering along the recently restored Serpentine Path. Picnic baskets are welcome!
Visit newportmansions.org for tickets and open garden times.