This means that most Bostonians everywhere are still excitedly enjoying all the city’s beautiful outdoor activities while it’s still light out (at 5pm) and the temperature is still above freezing. For every local knows that by the time Halloween comes around you’ll be putting your winter coat on over your Halloween costume. This means the countdown to cold weather is on and the time to enjoy long walks around our city is Now..
Therefore, this week in downtown Boston (or occasionally I include an event convenient to downtown but not necessarily in downtown):
Tonight, Monday, September 25: #20minwalkBH Free Boston Symphony Orchestra concert at the Seaport Common. 6pm- 7:30pm. https://www.bostonseaport.xyz/event/boston-symphony-orchestra-concert/
#3TstopsRedLine Free Harvard Science and Cooking Public Lecture Series, 7pm https://www.seas.harvard.edu/cooking
Tuesday, September 26th: #5minwalkBH, King’s Chapel Recital, 12:15pm http://www.kings-chapel.org/tuesday-recitals.html
Wednesday, September 27th: #7StopsGreenELine, Free admission to the Museum of Fine Arts, 4pm. http://www.mfa.org/visit
Thursday, September 28th: #10minwalkBH, Hill House’s Oktoberfest Fall Fundraiser at the Washburn Pavilion at the Museum of Science, 7pm http://www.hillhouseboston.org/Donate/Oktoberfest.htm
#20minBH, Free Admission at the Institute of Contemporary Art, https://www.icaboston.org/events/ica-free-thursday-night
Saturday, September 30th: #15minwalkBH, Berklee Beantown Jazz Festival, https://www.berklee.edu/beantownjazz
#15minwalkBH, New England Indonesian Festival, https://www.neindofest.com/
Good Luck and get out to as many events as you can!
Cheers from the Hub!- Ms. Beacon Hill
Follow me at some of these events on Instagram @msbeaconhill
*All hashtags indicate the amount of time it takes to either walk or take the T from Beacon Hill, Boston.