How to Spend Your Summer 1 in Boston

1. If riding bikes is your thing, Massachusetts is celebrating Bike Week where there are events all across the state for anyone and everyone. (May 14-22)  

2. A festival of music, technology, and film screenings, Together Boston is a week-long event with many activities all around the Boston/Cambridge area. (May 15-22)

3. If fitness and adventure is your thing, participating in the 24-hour adventure race Questival with your friends might just be the thing for you. (May 27-28) 

4. The biggest concert festival of the year, in Boston at least, Boston Calling is definitely something to check out. (May 27-29)

5. A little outside the city, the Salem Arts Festival involves everything artistic from music to photography to the culinary arts. (June 3-5) 

6. Closer to home, there is the Coolidge Corner Arts Festival, and they are partnering with the Boston Food Truck Alliance this year. (June 4) 

7. If you want to experience some traditional Irish music and culture, head over to Irish Fest at the International Christian Church (ICC). (June 4-5)

8. As a part of Boston Pride Week, going to the Pride Parade is a great way to have some fun in the city while showing support for a cause. (June 11)

9. Though the Boston Marathon is over, the 5k Color Run in Boston is another, and shorter, way to get some exercise via running.  (June 11) 

10. Another cultural event, the Dragon Boat Festival includes both races and performances. (June 12 [time trials June 11]) 

11. Along with dance performances and live music, the Harvard Summer Solstice Celebration gives free admission to the four HMSC museums. (June 20) 

12. Yet another cultural event, the Boston JerkFest involves great food and great music. (June 24-25) 

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