3.8 min readBy Published On: June 10th, 2022Categories: See and Do0 Comments on Weekend Picks – June 10th

Light it up

After 56 years of darkness, the landmark sign on top of the Walter Baker chocolate factory administration building will light up once again on Friday night! A special celebration of the project will be held on Friday, June 10, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at 1231 Adams St. The sign will be illuminated at sunset — 8:21 p.m. You can learn more here! 

Neponset Day

Neponset River Water Shed Association invite you to enjoy a day of outdoor fun along the Neponset River and Greenway Trail on Sunday, June 12 from 9am-1pm at DCR Neponset II Park – at the corner of Granite Ave and Hill Top Street. Celebrate the beautiful natural habitats and wildlife along the River. This is a FREE, family-friendly, public event. We encourage you to bring a blanket and a picnic, and spend the day! For a full list of activities, visit here! 

Signature Series – Prehistoric Safari at the Lawn on D

In a time long ago — before the Seaport was just parking lots, before the pilgrims and the Native Americans, and even before the Green Monster — dinosaurs ruled our city. On Saturday, June 11 from 12:00 pm – 11:00 pm, join the Lawn on D for the return of our Signature Series and embark on a prehistoric safari. You’ll see a 23-foot animated T-Rex, some cool reptiles with Animal Adventures, inflatables, magicians, face painting, puppeteers, life size dinosaurs… and maybe you’ll even spot a Lawnasaurus? Free and fun for all ages, we’ll have four different cornhole tournaments with Wicked Cornhole and some pretty RAWRsome prizes. Plus, we’ll have food, drinks, special cocktails, live music all day, featuring The Far Out and, local Southie favorite, Thomas Park! Sponsored by the Massachusetts Convention Center Authority. You can learn more here! 

City of Boston Free Outdoor Fitness Series

Get moving!  The Boston Parks and Recreation Department and the Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) are pleased to announce the 2022 Boston Parks Summer Fitness Series sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts. The series will offer free weekly classes both virtually and in 18 City of Boston parks from June 5 to October 1.  The series offers Yoga, Barre, Dance Fit, HIIT, Family Fitness, ZUMBA,  Strength Training, Afrobeats, POUND, Walking Group, and Strength Training! You can learn more here! 

Pride Workout

Backyahd Boston is hosting a special Pride Class on Saturday, June 11th at 9am to benefit the Trevor Project! Tickets are $20 and can be purchased here! 


The Celtics play the Warriors in Game 4 of the Championship Playoffs on Friday at 9pm. The Red Sox face the Mariners this weekend – Friday and Saturday at 10:10pm and Sunday at 4:10pm. Here are 9 Places to Watch the Game in the Neighborhood. 

Pride Stoplight Party at dbar

dbar Pride Stoplight Party: 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. on Friday, June 10th  – dbar’s Pride Stoplight Party on Pride Friday promises to “Light Up Your Night” with the perfect cocktail and plenty of opportunities to mingle. Guests are asked to wear green if they are single, red if they are in a relationship, or yellow if they are somewhere in between. 

$5 Mimosas and Bloody Marys 

Lower Mills Tavern offers $5 mimosas and Bloody Marys during brunch on Saturday and Sundays 10am – 3pm.  Comes in flavors like pineapple, pink guava, honey rose, blueberry, cherry, raspberry and cranberry!  How awesome is that? 

Register for the Boston Waterfront 5K

The Boston Waterfront 5K is Boston’s most unique 5K course with over a mile of running along the water, a fantastic post-race celebration with music, a beer garden, pizza, and more. This fun event takes place on Saturday, June 18th at 10am!  You can learn more here! 

Full Irish Breakfast at The Industry

The Industry is now serving up a traditional Irish Breakfast – complete with corned beef hash – 7 days a week!

Pride Kick-Off Beer Release at Dorchester Brewing Co.

It’s Boston Pride Month and at DBco we are ready to celebrate! Enjoy a full weekend celebration with live DJs, complimentary food and so much more. They’ll be releasing their special PRIDE shandy beer, It’s Cool to be Queer Beer –  benefiting the Trans Emergency Fund in Boston as a way to give back. This shandy is light easy drinking with a lite lager base and lemonade. Naturally colored from butterfly pea blossoms. Stop by this weekend! You can learn more here! 

Outdoor Dining in the Neighborhood

With these warmer temps this weekend, it’s a perfect excuse to enjoy some cocktails and food al fresco!  Check out our roundup of outdoor patios that are open in the neighborhood.

Check back as this list may be updated.


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