Wednesday, September 11, 2013

September Events Right Here in Boston!

As the sweltering summer heat moves out for the season, a much more fall-like feel is on its way in! While everyone enjoys the summer weather at their favorite beach or swimming pool, the cooler weather is still perfect for getting outside and enjoying some of the many upcoming events around the Boston area. Numerous festivals and gatherings are the perfect opportunity to throw on a light jacket and shorts and enjoy the fall breeze. Throughout September, food festivals, art shows, concerts, and more fun gatherings are happening in the area! We wanted to make your scheduling a little easier for what should be a fun-filled month. Below is a list of just some of the many upcoming events in the Boston area for the next month: 

Allston Village Street Fair: September 22, 12-6:00P.M., 34 Harvard Ave., Allston
Hosted by the Parents and Community Build Group of Boston, the annual street festival celebrates neighborhood, community, and the cultural diversity of the full-time student and residents of the Allston area. Perfect for all ages, the festival features international food courts, give aways, street art, and two outdoor stages. The festival has been dubbed "Boston's Urban Mardi Gras"

Greek Fest Boston: September 27th - 29th, 12-8:00P.M. each day, 514 Parker St, Boston
The annual celebration of Greek culture and life returns this September to Boston. Costumed Greek folk dancing, Greek music, and best of all, delicious Greek pastries and traditional fare, of the course of three days.

Berklee BeanTown Jazz Festival: September 28th, 12-6:00P.M., Columbus Avenue between Massachusetts Avenue and Burke Street.
Hosted by the world-famous Berklee Institute for Music, this festival celebrates the roots, culture, and sounds of all variations of jazz music. Grammy award-winner and Berklee alumnus Will Calhoun will be performing live. 

Circle the City's Open Parks Day: September 29th, 11A.M. - 4P.M., Blue Hill Ave., 
Boston's Open Parks, Open Streets Initiative Circle the City will host Open Parks Day, closing off Blue Hill Ave from Dudley to Warren Streets. People will be able to walk around the closed off area and enjoy free clinics, yoga, dancing, music, walking tours, and healthy treats. 

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