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Things to do in your Long Subaru: First Night Boston 2020

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Things to do in your Long Subaru: First Night Boston 2020

On December, 31, 2019, Boston’s First Night will be open to the public for their New Year’s Eve celebration!

Entertainment and specials will take place in Copley Square and Back Bay, including cultural and musical performances in various Back Bay venues, ice sculptures, light displays,  People’s Procession at 6:00 PM, and 7:00 PM Fireworks!

Keeping with their tradition since 1975, admission will continue to be free for all!

 

Events begin to take place at 11:45 am, and will continue through the day…

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Things to do in your Long Subaru: Deck the Halls at Hammond Castle Museum


 

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Things to do in your Long Subaru: Deck the Halls at Hammond Castle Museum

As the cold weather approaches, that can only mean one thing: Christmas is upon us! Starting December 7th through the 20th from 10 am to 3 pm, Hammond Castle Museum in Gloucester, Massachusetts will host their annual Deck the Halls event to ger folks into the holiday season, while enjoying a unique and stunning experience in the Castle.... 

 

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Things to do in your Long Subaru: Boston 90-Minute Historic Sight Seeing Cruise


 

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Things to do in your Long Subaru: Boston 90-Minute Historic Sight Seeing Cruise
 

Boston is the beholder of rich, New England History. From the Great Pilgrimage, to the Revolutionary War, and the creation of New England’s favorite team: The Boston Red Socks, Boston is the perfect destination for historic sightseeing.  Come along as you cruise along the Inner Harbor, and eventually in the Greater Boston Harbor, on a beautiful cruise through history...

 

 

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Things to do in your long Subaru: The Boston Freedom Trail

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The Boston Freedom Trail 

As Spring approaches, us in New England, what better time than to take a walk back in time at The Boston Freedom Trail.

 
171 × 200Abigail Adams was the second First Lady of the United States. Famous for her action in woman’s rights, Abigail Adams wrote a letter about her concerns about eighteenth-century woman, and how they deserve more rights, including education.  She believed woman should not follow laws not made in their interest, nor be subjected to a life of being a house wife. She wanted woman to be intellectual and expand their knowledge through education…
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