On a warm day like today, why not visit the Boston Frog Pond? The City of Boston welcomes the people of Boston back to cool down in the summer heat on Boston Common as the Frog Pond reopens for summer activities. The Frog Pond spray pool and wading program is open daily from 11:00am to 6:00pm until Labor Day. It’s the perfect location for a quick cool down in summer heat.
Enjoy the long weekend and be sure to see some fireworks!
As America’s Independence day gets closer, Boston has events all day, everyday down by the Harbor for Boston Harborfest. Harborfest takes place starting today. June 29th, and ending July 4th with fireworks. Be sure to check out this link with information about things like Extreme Sailing, Chowderfest and the Concert Series!
Welcome to a lovely Tuesday, posted bellow we have found some interesting links so go explore during your down time.
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Although the weather is not ideal, Cambridge city hall is hosting their annual Dance Paty! For more information look bellow.
City of Cambridge Dance Party, Friday, June 24
City of Cambridge Dance Party
Friday, June 24, 7–11 p.m.
Mass Ave. will be Closed to Traffic but Open for Dancing!
On Friday, June 24, join thousands of residents and visitors of Cambridge who will gather on Massachusetts Avenue (in front of City Hall, between Inman and Bigelow) for the City’s annual Dance Party. This portion of the street, at the heart of Central Square, will be closed to traffic from 7-11 p.m.
The annual dance extravaganza is a special opportunity for the entire Cambridge community to celebrate the beginning of summer with an evening full of music and friends. After dark, spectacular lights will be launched, adding to the magic of the evening.
Originally conceived in 1996 as part of the 150th anniversary celebration of Cambridge, the Dance Party returns each year attracting young and old to join in the festivities! The event is free and open to the public.
PLEASE NOTE: MBTA #1 Bus Line will terminate in Central Square at 6 p.m. and resume full service at 11:30 p.m. (take the Red Line subway to travel between Central & Harvard Squares).
For more information, contact Maryellen Carvello at 617-349-4301.”
-From the website http://www.cambridgema.gov/citynewsandpublications/news/2011/05/cityofcambridgedancepartyfridayjune24.aspx
So strap on those dancing shoes and lets go have some fun!
On rainy days like these, there is not a lot of incentive to go outside. The worst part about them is that you are either running out of things to do indoors, or you are not inspired to pursue anything. We here at the center suggest tuning into PBS: Frontline and watching one of the numerous free documentaries they broadcast.
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/view/ (Here is the link)
Now go enjoy!
It is 66 and raining, what a grim day for Boston. With temperatures leveling out into the low 70′s, it seems that till the end of this week, Boston will be covered by a constant rain clouds.
Hopefully this will put a smile on your face and banish those rainclouds away. =D
After experiencing a riveting weekend, where over a million people poured into the city, we unfortunately must come back to reality. So posted bellow we have included some interesting links, why not check them out and beat the summer heat.
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With the recent win of the Boston Bruins, people have been hitting the streets, the bars, and even the reflection pool in our home town, but the maddness doesn’t stop there. This Saturday the Bruins are going to be celebrating with us with a full blown parade. So wander down to the parade route (follow the link bellow) and make sure you get a chance to see it.
We hope you all saw last nights game, as the Bruins win 3-0 making them the Stanly cup champions!
Amongst all the chaos many different reaction have been recorded.
Bruins’ Return to the Hub:
Fan Celebration Pictures:
With tonight’s big game underway in T-3 hours we here at Boston Life wish you all a safe and exciting night. While this series has been one of intense struggle, we hope to hear you all rooting on our Boston Bruins. Just to kill the time while you wait for the puck to drop, bellow are some stories that we found might me of interest to you.
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