2024 Boston Parks And Recreation Summer Program Guide Now Available

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~ As summer approaches, the Boston Parks and Recreation Department has released their highly anticipated Summer Guide, offering a variety of free events and activities for all ages to enjoy. The guide can be accessed on the Parks and Recreation website in PDF form or picked up at their offices located at 1010 Massachusetts Avenue, 3rd floor.

For those who prefer a physical copy, the Summer Guide is also available at Boston City Hall and select BCYF center locations. This comprehensive guide features a range of free activities taking place in parks throughout the city, including concerts, movies, fitness classes, sports centers, watercolor painting workshops, and fun children's activities.

Some notable highlights from the Summer Guide include the Summer Fitness Series, an opening celebration at the Boston Common Frog Pond spray pool on June 25th, arts and craft workshops for children ages 3 to 10, watercolor workshops in June, movie nights in parks citywide, and ParkARTS Neighborhood Concerts.

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In addition to these events, there will also be sports centers located in East Boston, Dorchester, Mattapan, and Jamaica Plain. For those looking for a more intimate experience, there will be concerts held on golf clubhouse patios as well as the Tito Puente Latin Music Series in various neighborhoods such as the South End and Mission Hill.

Sports enthusiasts can also look forward to participating in leagues and tournaments for basketball, pickleball, baseball softball golf lacrosse soccer tennis and street hockey. With so much to offer this summer season in Boston's parks, it's no wonder that residents are eagerly anticipating these events.

To stay updated on news, events and improvements happening in Boston parks throughout the summer months call 617-635-4505 or visit the Parks and Recreation homepage. You can also join their email list or follow their social media channels @bostonparksdept on X Facebook and Instagram. Don't miss out on all the outdoor fun this summer, courtesy of the Boston Parks and Recreation Department.

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