Don & the Sheriffs, Cultural Survival Bazaar, Father’s Day Ideas

SummerIt’s time to break out your cowboy boots and hat and skedaddle on down to The Harp for the Country Concert Summer Series. The first concert of the summer is tonight featuring Boston’s own Dalton & the Sheriffs.  Dalton & the Sheriffs, determined to make New England a place for country, will play at 9pm at The Harp, 85 Causeway Street.

Who doesn’t love free music and movies, especially outside on a summer evening?! Boston Harbor Hotel’s Summer in the City Entertainment Series returns today with a showing of What’s Up, Doc?. This screwball comedy and 1972 film stars Barbra Streisand and focuses on the accidental mix-up of identical bags and the people who own them. Head over to the Boston Harbor Hotel (70 Rowes Wharf St.) at dusk to catch the free viewing of this film.

This Saturday, support Indigenous cultures at the Cultural Survival Bazaar. Enjoy a festival of native arts and culture with music, cultural demonstrations, crafts, and more for FREE. Saturday from 10am-6pm at Copley Square.


This Sunday is Father’s Day– how are you going to treat the favorite man in your life?

If you ask us, barbecue and chocolate sounds like the best of both worlds. Treat your Dad to this winning combination- Formaggio’s Kitchen BBQ, Pretty Things brews, and Taza chocolates- at Taza Chocolate’s Father’s Day BBQ.  Taza’s store is located at 561 Windsor St. in Somerville; bring Dad from 12 to 3pm.

Deepen that father-son/ daughter bond with Ball and Buck’s Ultimate Father’s Day Experience this Sunday. Activities include shucking oysters, mastering the art of making cocktails, learning how to tie a bow tie from a Ball and Buck expert, and more. Come by Ball and Buck’s on 144 Newbury from 12 to 4. RSVP NOW.


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