With the changing of the seasons, Spot Easy wants to assure that you will never run out of activities to fill your time. We've curated lists of free things to do in Boston, free workout classes in Boston, trips around New England and things to do in the summer. We hope you can utilize these lists for years to come, and create lifelong memories in the city we love. Without further ado, here is our list of activities coming up this September in Boston, MA.
Health and Movement
At Assembly Row, Meta Movements and Salsa in the Park Latin Dance Series is back! Get out of your comfort zone and try Latin dancing this fall. Classes last two hours and are free, so bring a friend to The Smoke Shop BBQ in Somerville to boogie!
Latin dancing not for you? Try swing and step dancing instead! At Ballroom in Boston, drop in classes for Thursday Westie classes are $15, $30 for two, or $49 for unlimited classes per month. Their classes range from ballet, to country, to line and social dances! Get your groove on this fall at Ballroom in Ballet!
Jenna Hill Yoga will be hosting Waterfront Wellness Yoga Flow's on the The Anchor in Boston every Sunday at 10am. Classes run for one hour, and pre-registration is required. Start your Sunday mornings right and do yoga on the waterfront!
Meditation can be tricky, especially surrounded by others. If you're eager to try, take this remote guided meditation class from the comfort of... anywhere! Every night (except Saturday's) from 7-7:30pm, Brahma Kumaris New England Meditation Center will host Zoom meditation classes.
Food and Brews
Offering The Lookout outdoor dining, self-pick fruits, concerts and ciders, Lookout Farm offers so much for the community! Fill a bag of fruit for just $20, or hangout at the picnic tables while trying some seasonal ciders and foods, the Lookout Farm is perfect for the family, friends, solo or a date!
This list of Beer Gardens and Brewery's across the Greater Boston Area is filled with opportunities across the city. Organize your own beer crawl and bounce from one garden to the next, or try a new spot each weekend!
In 15 different neighborhoods, Boston farmers markets are a staple to Bostonians! If you aren't buying local yet, then what are you doing? Venture to a new neighborhood at various different times and dates, to try some new, locally sourced food!
Art, Shopping and Miscellaneous
Frida has made it to the Rose Art Museum in Waltham! Until December 19, 2021, Frida Kahlo will be on display showing off their infamous poses in their time. Reserve your tickets online today before they sell out for the season!
The Umbrella Arts Center has free public art installations in Carlisle, Westford, Concord, Arlington, Lexington, Medford, Groton, Minute Man National Historical Park, and eight villages in Newton including Auburndale; Newton Centre; Newton Highlands, Newton Upper Falls, Newtonville, Nonantum, Waban and West Newton. Spend a day outdoors and visit their art installation, maybe even a few!
Every Friday and Saturday at 8pm in Downtown Crossing, Democracy Brewing hosts comedians as they serve brews! Join the community for a laugh one Friday or Saturday at the Comedy Party, you won't regret it!
At the Anchor Boston in Charlestown, Sunday nights are spent laughing. Grab a friend, and your masks, and come to their comedy show! This show is free, but food and drinks are offered for purchase there.
Every Sunday from 10am-4pm, The Somerville Flea next to Davis Square will be selling vintage goodies! From August until mid-October, shopping local has never been easier in Somerville! This will be their 10th year hosting, and all of our favorite vendors are back! Spend a Sunday in Somerville and check out the Flea Market!
Mother Brooks Art and Community Center introduces an exhibition features local artists’ photographs of graffiti and street art, many in Boston and the surrounding area as well as some from other locations. The event shares, "By viewing works of art that are traditionally outdoors now inside the gallery, we consider their relationship and place in the larger conversation about public art, street art, and public space."
Filled with speeches, ceremonies and even an 'open jam session', the Fierce Urgency of Now festival offers working professional to network with hundreds of others in the area. Be sure to bring your business cards and masks!
If you're looking to meet new people, and sick of dating apps, head to Trident Books on Wednesday, September 15 at 6:45pm! Speed dating, or speed friend-dating, is one of the best ways to meet like-minded people! The city of Boston is buzzing with ideas, adventure and people you've never met, this can be the event that changes your life! Meet your soul-friends or mate with Skip the Small Talk!