Wanderlust 108—the world’s only mindful triathlon—brings the community together for a 5K run/walk, DJ-powered yoga session, and guided meditation in your local park. Following the triathlon, you can choose your own mindful adventure by enjoying bonus activities, perusing our market of local artisans, and stopping by Wanderlust’s True North Cafe for a healthy snack or lunch. From dancing with DJs at the main stage to trying something new like hooping and acroyoga, there’s plenty to make for a ...
There are few pairings as exciting as wine and oysters. This month Eataly Boston is offering a wine and oyster class featuring fresh Island Creek Oysters, sourced locally from Duxbury, MA. Learn about oyster harvesting and watch an oyster shucking demonstration. Taste different types of oysters and discuss the textures and taste profiles while sipping wine pairings selected by an Eataly sommelier.
Sip & Savor, August 8 - September 5, 2019 at Eataly Boston
Saturdays are a great day for a picnic in the park… Fenway Park, that is!
Join the Boston Red Sox and Red Sox Foundation for a fun-filled day with live entertainment and activities for the entire family at Fenway Park. Watch the Red Sox take on the Yankees on the jumbotron from the outfield while enjoying complimentary beverages and barbecue. Then meet and mingle with our Red Sox alumni, including honorary chairman, Tim Wakefield.
Fenway Picnic in the Park, Saturday, August 3rd.
A summer tradition in Boston, Shakespeare on the Common returns with Shakespeare’s dramedy Cymbeline. The play chronicles the fates of King Cymbeline and his daughter Imogen, one of Shakespeare’s most beloved heroines, as they are swept into a nearly mythic realm of mistaken identities, twists and turns.
Bring a lawn chair, pack a picnic, and enjoy this classic play in the the Boston Commons at 7:00pm through August 4.
Nightshift Brewery takes its beer out of the brewery and into nature with the new Nightshift Owl’s Nest. This seasonal pop-up beer garden is held in two locations, the Charles River Esplanade and the Charles River Reservation in Allston, weather permitting. Blue skies, warm sun, and cold beer make the Owl’s Nest a great family-friendly summer activity.
The Boston Museum of Fine Arts hosts the 23rd annual Boston French Film Festival July 11-28. This year’s festival boasts an eclectic lineup of 20 new films produced in France—from comedy and romance to experimental cinema. This year’s festival opens on July 11 with a free outdoor screening of the gleefully absurd comedy The Trouble with You, starring Audrey Tautou and Adéle Haenel, and continues through July 28.
While visiting the MFA, explore the bold designs of Toulouse-Lautrec’s posters...
On Saturday, June 29, join Bikes and Beers Boston for a 15 or 30-mile bike tour departing from Harpoon Brewery and traveling through the beautiful city of Boston. Upon return to Harpoon, riders will receive an official pint glass, koozie and 2 beers and can enjoy a live band, local food trucks and outdoor games.
Saturday, June 29, 9:30-2:00pm, $50
We love summer in New England and we take every opportunity to enjoy the outdoors. So get off the couch, pack some snacks, and spend an evening under the stars, watching the stars on the big screen.
From the Hatch Shell on the Esplanade to the MFA to your local park, check out this lineup free, outdoor movies throughout Boston this summer!
Porchfest is an afternoon of free music performed outside of people’s homes and in other public spaces.
Fenway Porchfest is unique in that it encompasses a wide variety of residential, institutional, and park sites throughout the Fenway neighborhood, including musical institutions like Symphony Hall and the Berklee School of Music. Bring your friends and family and wander through the more than 40 sites and listen to great music from a variety of genres.
Saturday, Jun 15, 2019 12:00pm - ...