Caribbean Food in the South End, Dancing in the Streets of Cambridge, Free Yoga in East Boston and more...
Cruise in Boston Harbor to the 80's (Friday, June 27th)
On Friday, June 27th join Mix104.1 aboard the Spirit of Boston for Dinner and Dancing to the 80's with host Downtown Kennedy. Dress in your best 80's gear and extra point if you're rocking a mullet. Don't forget to use #80sSpiritCruise on all your social media.
Board: at 6:00pm
Cruise: 7:00 -10:00pm
The 2nd Annual Boston JerkFest™ + Rum & Brew Tasting in the South End is this Saturday, Jun 28!! Boston JerkFest is Caribbean style food festival that features Jamaican jerk spiced food and all things spicy and hot!! Plus live entertainment, music and a rum & brew tasting!!
Event Time: Saturday, June 28, from 11:00 AM to 8:00 PM
Get your tickets here EventBrite
Cambridge City Dance Party (Friday, June 27th)
This Friday June 27, join thousands of Cambridge residents and visitors and dance in streets of Cambridge in the heart of Central Square. Portions of the streets between Inman and Bigelow will be closed to traffic from 7 -11pm.
This event is FREE and open to the public
More info: Contact Maryellen Carvello @ 617-349-4301
Dogfish Head Brewing Beer Dinner at the Merchant on (Sunday, June 29)
On Sunday join Sam Calagione, Founder and President of Dogfish Head as he hosts a fantastic Beer Dinner at The Merchant in Boston. This 4 course and 4 Beer dinner is a great way to end your weekend.
The Beers: Festina Peche, Spruce Beer, Bitches Brew and Rosabi
Sign up for this event on Eventbrite
A Donation is being made to Nature Conservancy in the Spirit of the Movable Feast Event.
Each Guest will receive a complementary: Hat, Glass an Coozie
On Sunday make your way to East Boston and wrap your weekend with FREE Yoga in Piers Park hosted by Jamie Cholette of RE/MAX Leading Edge and Corepower Yoga from 6 -7pm. (Please arrive 15 minutes early) This class is for all levels.
Follow them on twitter: @CorePowerYoga
Some Fun things to do on the Charles River.
As a native Bostonian I am always looking for fun things to do in the and around the City. I recently went down to the Charles River one Sunday afternoon and saw so many activity's to do I thought I would share a few with you.
Have you tried sailing with the nation's oldest, continuously running public sailing center yet? Check out the Community Boating on the Charles. They have programs for everyone, adults and youth alike. Take a look at the event calender and check them out this summer.
Rent a Canoe or Kayak, or Paddle Board or even take a Stand Up Paddle Board Yoga Class SUP YOGA!! Yes I said Paddle Board Yoga. Now that is Yoga on the Water!!
They have 5 rental locations and offer classes and tours and more.
Follow them on Twitter: @PaddleBoston