It's looking like a good weekend to be outdoors! Temps ranging from mid-70's to low-80's. Nothing better for June weather. If you're like us and ready to feel the sun and get some fresh air, then we'll probably see you at these upcoming Boston events. Check 'em out!
Donna Summer Memorial Roller Disco
Bring on the Hot Stuff and join the people of Boston at City Hall Plaza this Friday night to celebrate Dorchester's very own Donna Summer. Strap on those roller skates (or rent them there), and boogie down to her chart-topping tunes! It’s free to groove, all are welcome, and if you can’t skate, just dance your butt off instead. This event kicks off at 6 p.m. and is free for all ages. Meet us there!
BASK, an LGBTQ People of Color Pride Picnic
Yoga, music, poetry, and much more will fill Gertrude Howes Playground in Roxbury for a celebration of Boston’s LGBTQ people of color. In light of the recent tragedy in Orlando this past weekend, it is important that we come together as a community to support one another and remember those whom were taken from us too soon. As you know from my post earlier this week, June is pride month, so please join us! The fourth annual event will be the perfect way to get outside and show your pride. The picnic starts at 12 p.m. on Saturday and is free for all ages!
Sierra Nevada Beer Camp Festival
A traveling summer camp is touring the nation and is stopping at City Hall Plaza this Saturday. This is definitely not your average summer camp though! The thing about this summer camp is it's filled with kegs of beer. Sounds like our kind of camp! Thirty brewers will be serving up some tasty refreshments, while some of Boston’s finest food trucks will provide the sustenance. A fine way to beat the heat this weekend if you ask me! You can stop by starting at 1 p.m. for an adult beverage. This event is 21+ and tickets range from $50-$70. Cheers!
We hope you can take a little time this weekend to visit the city and devour the details of these summer fun events. Hope to see you there!