The 25th Anniversary Boston Freedom Rally is this Saturday and Sunday September 13th & 14th on the Boston Common starting at “High” Noon each day and concluding at 8PM.
Sergio and I have checked out this event in years past which is intended to raise awareness about cannabis. This is actually one of the largest rallies / festivals hosted in all of the United States.
Here is a photo of the Boston Freedom Rally from a few years ago. For more information about the event, including performance schedules for the two stages, visit their website, here.
Boston’s Fall Artweek (September 26 – October 5) updated their website last week. This week encourages people to explore art through out Boston and rediscover your artsy side.
Artweek includes more than 70 free, unique and affordable events as varied as the Berklee BeanTown Jazz Festival on September 27, The Art of the Cocktail: The Labor of Liquor on October 1 and a Writing workshop with GrubStreet on October 4.
You can view the full listing of events open to you on the Artweek Boston website, here.
Sunday, September 7, 2014
10 am–4:45 pm Free admission
Admission will be free to the Museum of Fine Arts Boston in honor of museum director Malcolm Rogers 20th anniversary. Details here.
Gilt City Warehouse Sale is coming back to Boston the weekend of September 12-13th and I’ve been given the opportunity to offer two complimentary passes on Saturday, September 13th at Space 57 at The Revere Hotel (200 Stuart Street).
Get 2 Free Tickets to GiltCity Boston Warehouse Sale
If you’d like to get two free tickets to Boston’s GiltCity Warehouse Sale on Saturday, September 13th Tweet @BosGuy and @GiltCityBoston. For example:
Hey @BosGuy I want those two FREE tickets to the @GiltCityBoston warehouse sale on 9/13!
Every Tweet you send between 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM today (Thursday, September 4) will enter you in a drawing to get the two free tickets. The more you Tweet – the better chance you have of winning.
Sergio will draw the winning Tweet at the end of the day, and I will announce the winner on Twitter and my blog.
Every week there are free activities that are great for dates or just going out on your own. Break your routine and take advantage of what Boston has to offer. Here are a few fun activities that will fit any budget and offer you an opportunity to get out and see something new.
Every Wednesday, starting at 4PM Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) is free. BoA card holders also have free admission the first full weekend of every month.
Every Thursday, Boston’s Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) is free to the public after 5:00 PM.
The first Friday of each month is the South End First Fridays. More than 60 participating artists open their studios for this monthly event at 450 Harrison Avenue. Also check out one of my favorite galleries, Boston Sculptors Gallery, at 486 Harrison Avenue.
The annual Saint Anthony’s Feast and festival in Boston’s North End neighborhood is this weekend (August 29 – 31).
The festival includes nearly 100 push cart vendors and amusements on Endicott Street. The Feast honors Saint Anthony of Padua and Saint Lucia, patron saint of the blind.
On Sunday at 12 PM the grand parade to honor Saint Anthony takes place. You can check out the full schedule of events here.
The Rowes Wharf Sea Grille at Boston Harbor Hotel has been showing movies for free all summer on a large outdoor screen set up to the side of the large gazebo by the waterfront. This Friday – the last movie of the summer – they will be showing, West Side Story.
West Side Story
Starring: Natalie Wood, Richard Beymar & Rita Moreno
Movie time: Sunset at 7:23PM