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City Happenings: September 12th & 13th

September 12th & 13th, 2020 is an event filled weekend around Boston! Check out some of this weeks #cityhappenings...

As more things start to open and we transition from virtual city happenings, keep in mind that face coverings and social distancing are still required in most places. Text COVIDMA to 888-777 for Important Updates

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Saturday, September 12th
Ride a Bluebike - Grab your quarantine partner this weekend and rent a couple of bluebikes. Some great spots to ride include the Charles River Esplanade, Seaport District, or Fresh Pond Reservation in Cambridge (to name a few). To assist re-opening efforts, the City of Boston is offering free Bluebikes passes to help people get to work at hospitals, grocery stores, pharmacies, or at restaurants and shops in Boston. For more information on that, click here.

Live @ 5: The Anchor Boston - Swing by any day at 5pm for an intimate singer songwriter experience - featuring the Anchor's talented roster of musicians including Eric Marcs, Jimmy Toascano, Sarah Clavijo, Shelagh OBrien and many more! Kick back and relax with a drink while enjoying an evening of live music and a scenic outdoor location.

Sunday, September 13th
End of Summer Lobster Bake Outdoors @ Harpoon - Enjoy a classic New England meal Outdoors @ Harpoon, their outdoor drinking and dining space outside of the Harpoon Beer Hall in Boston, MA. They will have lobster, steamers, cornbread, and corn made-to-order and prepared fresh on-site.

The Boston Arts Festival 2020 - The Boston Arts Festival will take place Saturday, September 12 & Sunday, September 13, from 11am 6:00 pm, at Christopher Columbus Waterfront Park. This annual event is designed to showcase the visual and performing arts in Boston. Affectionately dubbed (hts), it began in 2003 by Mayor Thomas M. Menino and the City of Bostons Office of Arts, Tourism and Special Events with the mission of promoting the Open Studios happening throughout the Fall in Bostons neighborhoods.



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