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Scooper Bowl Ice Cream Fest is an all-you can-eat ice cream and cancer research fundraising event, raising money for the Jimmy Fund. It started out modestly small and is now the nation’s largest all you can eat ice cream event that lasts for three days in first week of June and is annual.
Dragon Boat Festival is held annually in Boston. It is the largest Dragon Boat Festival in North American with 50 teams competing. Usually about 20,000 people come out to watch the rowers and experience the cultural activities and food present throughout the second day starting at noon.
Boasting one of the highest payrolls in the league, the Red Sox, and their loyal fans, expect a trip to the post-season every year. In 2011, it looked like everything was on track until the team went cold, and lost twenty games in September. With new management this year, the team hopes to rebound.
Boston Harborfest 2012 is a Fourth of July festival that stages the colonial and maritime heritage of the historic City of Boston. It is an award-winning festival that strives to honor and remember the past, celebrate the present and educate the future with reenactments, concerts, historical tours and much more.
The New England Aquarium Whale Watch is named the best whale watch in Boston. Seeing whales is a guarantee. The two main tours are the day tour and the sunset tour. Addition to providing great views, you can learn a lot as well from the onboard naturalists.
There are no other Swan Boats of this kind anywhere in the world. These Swan Boats were established in 1877 continue to be family run and hold a special place in the heart of Boston. Spend 15 minutes with a peaceful and charming voyage on the waters of lagoon located in the Public Garden from April to September
Home to one of the richest Irish cultures in America, Boston is notorious for St. Patrick’s Day celebrations. These celebrations are some of the best ways to explore the city and take in all the Irish history and heritage. The biggest celebration is the St. Patrick’s Day parade in South Boston.
One of baseball’s most beloved venues is celebrating its 100th year of existence, which makes it the oldest running Major League stadium in U.S. history. Take part in an unprecedented and historic celebration. The celebration will highlight Red Sox history over the past one hundred years.
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