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June is PRIDE MONTH.  2021 parade and festivals have been postponed, but virtual events are being held to commemorate Pride Month and the 50th Anniversary of Boston Pride.

Dinosaur Exhibit at Gillette this Summer:   More than 70 life-like dinosaurs are returning from extinction to once again lurk around Gillette Stadium in Foxboro. The Jurassic Quest Drive-Thru will be back at the stadium Wednesdays through Sundays from June 18 to July 11 after welcoming millions of guests to sold-out events across the country. The contactless experience allows families to enjoy the heard of roaring and moving animatronic dinosaurs from their comfort of their cars. Guests can purchase drive-thru tickets online for an assigned time slot starting at $49 per vehicle.

Worcester Red Sox fireworks
What: Fireworks
Where: Polar Park
When: July 2, 3 and 4
The WooSox are lighting off fireworks all summer, but the July 4 weekend will feature patriotic displays following three home games.

Boston’s Fourth of July celebration is on – but it will look very different this year.  A fireworks show is planned on Boston Common (10:30-11pm) and the Boston Pops will perform from Tanglewood on the night of July 4th. The usual Esplanade fireworks celebration and concert at the Hatch Shell will return in 2022.  Free tickets to the Tanglewood Concert will be available on the Boston Symphony Orchestra site beginning Mon., June 21st.

Get moving, help cats – register for the Merrimack River Feline Rescue Society’s Strut for Strays Virtual Challenge today! This year’s Strut for Strays will take you on a 20-mile journey through Newburyport, Amesbury and Salisbury, retracing MRFRS’s history and accomplishments along the way. Each time you complete a distance-based exercise such as walking in your neighborhood, running, cycling or swimming, you’ll enter your miles on the website or app to advance along with the Strut for Strays map. For more info and to register, visit mrfrs.org/strut.

City of Worcester Department of Public Works and Parks has reopened Green Hill Farm at Green Hill Park.

Farm Hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10 a.m. to 2:45 p.m.
Animals may not be fed. Please obey posted signs for animal safety and COVID-19 restrictions.

After a year off due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the annual Food Truck Throwdown is making its triumphant return.  This year, the event will be held at Beaver Brook Park and will include a craft fair. The Throwdown will take place on Saturday, July 31 from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.  Celebrity judges  and attendees will get to choose the “2020” best food truck. Parking is free and admission is $5.

Worcester Restaurant Week is back with a Summer 2021 Edition! WIth over 30 restaurants already added and more on the way, dine out and try the most delicious foods in Worcester and the surrounding cities! Don’t miss out and come join the fun from August 2nd to August 14th.

The Big E is back this Fall from Sept. 17th to Oct. 3rd.  This year’s theme is “Big is Back.”  Machine Gun Kelly performs a SOLD OUT show on opening night, Friday, September 17th.  Brad Paisley performs on Friday, September 24th.

Tickets for the Van Gogh Expo in Boston this Summer are available now.

Southwick’s Zoo in Mendon is open!

The Ecotarium outdoor exhibits are now open!

Six Flags New England, the Thrill Capital of New England is now open.

 

 

 

 

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