Saturday, May 21st
- Lawn on D Reopening – The Lawn On D (and their infamous swings) are back for the first time in almost two years on Thursday, May 20, 2021. While they are still operating under COVID-19 regulations as set by the State of Massachusetts and the City of Boston, they are happy to WELCOME BACK their famous swings and outdoor lawn games.
Sunday, May 22nd
- Ferry to Spectacle Island – Beginning on Friday, May 21st, public ferry service to Spectacle Island will resume. Pack a picnic and explore the island this spring! Visit thier ferry information page to learn how to visit the park safely and responsibly with their 2021 guidelines.
- Beer Gardens Open Around Boston – Boston-area beer gardens are back for the 2021 season. Here is a running list of beer gardens now open or soon-to-be-open in/around Boston.
- Boston Open Market at Copley Square – New England Open Markets will operate the Boston Open Market, a new weekly arts market held every Saturday, May through November from 11am-5pm. The market will feature 70-80 artists, makers and designers each week, highlighting the areas freshest local talent.
Sunday, May 23rd
- Curated Vintage Market – This year the market is expanding - spreading out and spilling onto the street to shut down and take over Somerville Ave as 20+ vintage vendors from all around New England gather to bring the best & baddest vintage finds to Bow (& beyond!) in the heart of Union Square, Somerville! There will be COVID safety practices galore as well as live music filling the streets for the first time in over a year
- Boston Public Market – The Boston Public Market runs two outdoor seasonal farmers markets: Boston Public Market at Dewey Square on The Greenway (Tuesdays, June – November) and Boston Public Market at Seaport (Saturdays, June – September) featuring local producers. Products include farm fresh produce; seafood; bread and baked goods; plants and flowers; and an assortment of specialty foods.