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Boston: Snapshots From A Fun-Filled Labor Day In The City

Ah, Labor Day weekend. Three days to sneak away and enjoy one last summer hurrah. While many fleed the city over the long weekend, a summer of what’s seemed like non-stop travel had me craving downtime in Boston. Though I didn’t enter the weekend with grand plans, a few unexpected twists and fantastic weather resulted in a lot of fun. From refreshing cocktails, to al fresco dining and a sailing adventure, take my weekend highlights as inspiration to enjoy your remaining warm, summer-like days in Boston.

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Saturday, Dec. 10: Eat Boutique Holiday Local Market and SoWa Holiday Market

‘Tis the season for fun and festive events. Fresh off a lovely wedding in New Hampshire at a cozy venue complete with a roaring fire, 15 foot Christmas tree and rustic-chic holiday decorations galore, I’m ready to embrace the holiday season. Lucky for me (and you!), there are two great holiday themed local markets to enjoy this weekend: The Eat Boutique Holiday Local Market and SoWa Holiday Market.

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The Weekend: October 2-3

Boston Local Food Festival

Rain, rain go away!  It’s the weekend again in Boston and luckily the wet weather will not be crashing our party.  After bidding adieu to Boston Fashion Week, this weekend is all about local food and spirits, between sampling sustainable cuisine from Boston-area vendors, to raising a pint in honor of Oktoberfest.  Here are my top picks for the weekend:

Saturday, October 2:
Boston Local Food Festival
On Saturday, October 2 from 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., celebrate Boston’s local and sustainable food scene at a fun outdoor festival along the Congress Street Bridge by the Boston Children’s Museum. Featuring more than 50 vendors ranging from local restaurants like Sportello, to the Blue Heron Farm, Taza chocolate and Wachusett Brewing Co., this free festival promises tons of food, live music and has an ambitious goal of producing zero waste.

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