1.8 min readBy Published On: July 26th, 2020Categories: See and Do0 Comments on 5 Things You Should Know This Week – July 27th

The Heat is On

The City of Boston has declared a Heat Emergency through Tuesday. Here’s some helpful information for you to stay safe.

Street Cleaning Enforcement Returns

Save the date! The City of Boston and the Public Works Department today announced that ticketing enforcement during street sweeping operations will resume on Monday, August 10th. You can the details here.

Seaport Sweat Returns

In person outdoor workouts return in the Seaport! To ensure a safe and socially distanced experience, classes will be offered at a limited capacity and will consist of 50 people total (47 participants, 3 staff). Participants will have a 12 foot diameter circle to workout in marked by social distance markers; therefore spacing everyone at least 12 feet apart from their neighbor. Participants and staff will also be required to wear masks while exercising / for the duration of class. Classes include bootcamp, yoga, barre, Kick-it and more! Classes can also be done virtually via Instagram live as well. You can see the schedule here! You can register here. 

Raise Your Wing

It’s National Chicken Wing Day on Wednesday, July 29th!  Celebrate at these hot spots in the neighborhood! 

Picnic on Mars

Celebrate the launch of NASA’s Mars rover, Perseverance, with Picnic on Mars on Friday, July 31st 4:30pm-7:30pm. This outdoor event in the Seaport will feature complimentary space-inspired picnic kits complete with an oversized planet Mars blanket, astronaut ice cream, NASA activity sheets, and more. A lucky few will have an extra surprise in their picnic kit from b8ta, either an AstroReality NASA AR Notebook or a Thero Magic Mug insulated with the same material used at the International Space Station. Guests will also be treated to a special live musical performance by multi-instrumentalist and singer, and Berklee College of Music student, Zoe Sparks. There are plenty of options for takeout to enjoy at your picnic close by. Picnic on Mars will take place on Seaport Common and is free and open to the public. Picnic kits will be available on a first come, first serve basis while supplies last. For more information on Picnic on Mars, visit Eventbrite. 



Leave A Comment