#Boston is your weekly guide which gives you list of events and latest happenings in and around Boston.Skip Netflix this weekend-so below are 10 places which you visit and dont get bored at home.
AFTER- HOURS BEERS AND BBQ at Samuel Adams Brewery
A pretty tempting barbecue which that serves staple dishes like grilled pizza,pork ribs and pork tacos.it is served in a giant place which is a brewery also.Endnote :You should be present there.
(Thursday,April 21: 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Samuel Adams Boston Brewery;$10;21+)
CAN YOU FORGIVE HER?
This is the last weekend when you can watch and enjoy comedy show CAN YOU FORGIVE HER?This show is presented by the Huntington Theatre Company.The play is witty,shady and hilarious and bit Out of the box also.(Go On Sunday ,April 24 ;times vary ;Calderwood Pavilion;$20 - $85 ; all age groups)
PAX EAST 2016
Tens of thousands people will thronged in Black Bay needing out over video games.This is three day event and that is going to be jam packed and the events will continue until midnight on Friday and Saturday and 7 p.m. on Sunday.Holy Gaming Batman (Friday April 22 and Saturday April 23 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.; Seaport World Trade centre;$50 - $105;all age groups)
Fitbit is all set to launch a series which will be featuring fitness coaches and lead workout for the masses.This series will be launched in the major US cities.First event is going to held in Boston.In this event Fitbit Local Ambassadors will be having a bodyweight bootcamp and yoga session accompanied by live DJ.So, hurry up you might have a chance to lay hands on freebies like T-shirts and giveaways.For first 150 early birds who come for the show they will get a free Fitbit yoga mat.(Saturdays, April 23; 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.;SoWa Power Station free to attend;all ages)
Recommended: Taxi Cab Service in Boston,MA For City Ride
AUDITIONS FOR MASTERCHEF OR KING RICHARD’S FAIRE
This audition is for those who are dynamic and extra brave for this weekend.MasterChef is holding auditions in Boston for those who have really good cooking skills.And if you have skills go for auditions for King Richard’s Faire,the longest running Renaissance Faire in Massachusetts.
Here organisers are hunting for jesters,beer wenches and even a King Richard.(MasterChef Auditions: Saturday April 23; 10 a.m. to 6 p.m..; Hyatt regency Boston; 18+.King Richard’s Faire: Sunday. April 24;10 a.m. to 5 p.m. ; Boston University’s College of Communication ; 18 +)
GREENWAY SPRING FOOD TRUCK FESTIVAL
Get your lazy ass out the bed and go outside and eat.Food trucks are often not seen during weekdays on the Rose Kennedy Greenway as all good vendors will be parked around Milk and India Streets through the afternoon.(Check out which food vendor trucks will be participating HERE) (Saturday,April 23; 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. ; Rose Kennedy Greenway; all ages)
SPRING MAKER MARKET
Its time buy some handmade gifts from local artisans and small businesses.(Earth Day or Mother Day anyone).Some artists include Kitchen and Kraft,Scoop Sights ,Boston Bag Co.,Craft & Caro , and more.( Saturday, April 23 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.; The Clubhouse by Rally Sports;all ages)
IN THE PINK WAREHOUSE SALE
Who dont want designer’s brands on sale.Here a chance to grab best of it.Designers and all expensive brands will be upto 75% off this weekend in Dorchester.So much to buy and its time to give your wardrobe a designer look.Buy clothes,accessories,shoes and much more from well known brands like Alice &Tixie,Kate Spade,Lily Pulitzer,and Milly.(Saturday,April 23-Sunday,April 24;11 a.m. to 5 p.m.;383 Dorchester Ave.,Boston;free admission all ages)
Local traders who trades in all things like art and music.Boston Hassle has one day festival which features more than 20 brands like Pile,bong Wish, and Ovolov for continues performances of 8 hours of music of Cambridge. (Saturday,April 23 ; 3 p.m. to 11 p.m.;Elks Lodge, Cambridge;$ 10-$15;21+)
JAPAN FESTIVAL BOSTON
The Fifth’s edition of Japan’s Food festival has it all.You name they have it.Yummy food,booths,performances,cosplay and more to explore.This festival showcases Japanese traditions and the good news is taking place right in the middle at Boston Common. (Sunday,April 24; 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.;Boston Common;free admission;all ages)