Have a Play Day. Get in some early summer Irish-themed Midsummer Night Revels. Squeeze in some accordion anarchy at the Squeeze Box Slam. Play even more at the Sunday Parkland Games. And Enjoy belly dance while helping empower women in Uganda.
Jesus may love you, but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t deserve the respect of an honorific – hence the name of this church near Ball Square in Somerville.
Learn everything about herbs at Herbstalk. Eat for free to welcome the brand-new Just Crust. Get a first glimpse at a new play. Dance, dance, dance! Watch and learn at the fifth José Mateo’s Dance for World Community Festival. And even more free folk dance and instruction to live Balkan tunes.
The city’s annual 5,000-person Dance Party will take off – and close off some of Massachusetts Avenue in Central Square – from 7 to 11 p.m. June 28.
Do your bargain music instrument shopping in the sun. Hit the Cambridge River Festival. Laugh your way through a trek “Into Dorkness.” Show off your bike and buy to make it better at a Bike Show and Market. And venture into new musical territory with Nightlands.
Looking at municipal laws, community and peer support, and safety and tolerance, Cambridge comes in behind Palm Springs, Calif., and three other cities.
Fill yourself with folk at the campfire. Festival. See The Interrobang put their mark on the local music scene. Experience the art of Something Very Specific. Help launch the ECBA Freedom Run. And turn up The Walkmen at the end of a busy musical weekend.
Get in free to the Harvard Art Museums. Get photographed on the red carpet. See the art of the East/Central Cambridge Open Studios. Tune in to Porchfest. Experience “Love on the Run” via Rachmaninoff, Prokofiev and Verdi. And have a literary weekend.
Cambridge has been recognized as a gold-level Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists. Mayor Henrietta Davis will accept the award at 9:30 a.m. Saturday at the Cambridge Main Library just before the Cambridge Bicycle Committee’s “Sweet Ride.”
Experience life within the bubble (literally). Ride “The Sense of Unity Healing Machine” (also literally). Honor slain MIT police officer Sean Collier with a ’60s-inspired benefit concert. Get your face painted by an actual, amazing artist. Help launch the Together Festival with music and video art.