The weather is finally getting summery, and you know what that means — the beaches will fill up, the cities will get hot, and the kids will get off from school. Weekends will be free for spending time with friends and loved ones, and if you’re near or in Boston, there will be tons of events and activities to choose from. We’ve pulled together some of our favorites for June.
On June 1st, there are a number of events in the city. Franklin Park Zoo, for example, holds a wine event called Roars and Pours, where you can sample new wines as you stroll around the animal exhibits. This event is for age 21 and up. That same day, Coolidge Corner festival is taking place in Brookline. Babcock street will be filled with 85 artists for a free day of live music, local food trucks, and beer and wine.
On June 8th, celebrate LGBTQ+ rights and history by attending the Boston Pride Parade. Starting at noon in Copley Square, the parade is one big party that ends in City Hall Plaza. On June 8th and 9th, the Boston Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival takes place in the Charles River, complete with Chinese arts and crafts, dancing, drumming, martial arts, and much more.
Join the annual Father’s Day Sail in the Boston Harbor! This two-hour boat ride aboard the historic Roseway sailboat is a beautiful way to spend the day with friends and family. It leaves from Rowes Wharf, and it’s advised to bring snacks — they sell drinks onboard.
However you decide to spend your June, we’ve got the fleet that can get you and your party to your event safely and comfortably. Be sure to contact us soon to make your travel arrangements before they’re booked up!
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