Free Things: Tonight. Tomorrow. And So On.

Tonight

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

ISG is one of my favorite museums, rarely free(normally $12 for Adults) unless your name is Isabella, and definitely worth a stop in.  Such a beautiful space.

“Isabella Stuart Gardner Free Neighborhood Night 2010 August 5 5-8pm
Join us for a FREE summer evening of art, music, and fun—especially
for our neighbors from the Fenway, Mission Hill, Roxbury, Jamaica
Plain, and Dorchester. Families welcome!
Enjoy free admission to the museum for everyone ~ Delight in live
musical performances ~ Explore the museum ~ Create your own art with
special activities for children and families ~ Sketch plants and
flowers found in the museum’s breathtaking courtyard  ~ Visit the
popular museum shop
Tonight: Lions, Tigers & Bears, Oh MY! ~ Guardians, Gate Keepers, and
Other Mysterious Creatures
Take a friendly adventure hunting for and learning about the museum’s
animal guardians and other formidable creatures. Be enchanted by
amazing animal stories, create magnificent works of art, and be
enlivened by delightful live music.
Skip the line! Tickets are FREE but LIMITED and can be picked up in
advance at the museum’s admission desk, 280 The Fenway, 11am-4pm,
Tuesday through Thursday on the week of the event. “

Tomorrow

ceramic piece by Isabelle Abramson

One of my favorite nights, SoWa First Fridays.

450 Harrison Avenue
Boston, MA

And So On.

Boston’s First Annual Food Truck Festival

Sunday August 8th, 10AM-4PM
500 Harrison Avenue
Boston, MA

Yes. It’s happening. I know this isn’t “art” related. but I’m amped. Free to attend and drool, $ to eat things.

Confirmed Participants
speed’s hot dogs
m&m ribs
lincoln street coffee
dragon mobile disco
taza chococycle
south end pita
boston frosty
fillbelly’s
cupcakory
herrara’s mexican grill
food truck nation
equal exchange coffee trike
grillo’s pickles
the sausage guy
roxy’s grilled cheese
b. good
trolley dogs
+ plus +
urban adventours
HINT water

I intend on shoveling food in my face until I get ill. ♥


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