Free ferries will be departing from Long Wharf on Saturday to either Georges Island or Spectacle Island to celebrate Park Opening Day.
After a two-year hiatus, Harvard Square's Mayfair is back with live music, dancing, food, crafts, street art, and entertainment for all ages.
Choose your horse and celebrate Derby Day at a handful of spots screening the Kentucky Derby. Places to watch include Hub Hall in the West End, Fenway's Time Out Market, and High Street Place Food Hall in the Financial District.
Boston's original beer garden, not to mention one of its best, is back for another year on the Rose Kennedy Greenway. They'll have a rotation of food trucks on site every day.
Head to this stylish cafe on Boylston Street for a night of live jazz music performed by musicians from Berklee School of Music accompanied by a Parisian snack menu and drinks every Friday and Saturday night of April.
Baseball is finally making its way back to Fenway on Friday with the home opener set for 2:10pm. If you don't have tickets to the game, you could head over to the Bleacher Bar at the park or the Sam Adams taproom to watch the game on their projector.
This fleeting annual installation of cascading nasturtiums celebrates the arrival of Spring in the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum's courtyard.
Next Door is East Boston's new hidden neighborhood bar offering cocktails and food in a unique setting. Don't forget to read their house rules before you head out for the evening.
Celebrate women's month with a little sip and shop from some of the city's best makers and artists, and grab a bite to eat from one of Time Out's many great vendors.
See our list of dog licensing information as well as rules & regulations for dog owners in the cities of Boston, Brookline, Cambridge, Newton, and Somerville.
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