Better late than never. There is no time like the present. It’s summer who plans things ahead anyway. And now, without much further ado…your weekend guide:
Saturday, July 26th
The My Sky exhibit at the Boston Children’s Museum opens this Saturday and runs through January 4th.
Sunday July 27th
First Ever Cambridge Jazz Festival
This free event takes place at University Park Commons, on Sidney St.. The festival is on Sunday, July 27th from 12-6pm. Performances by Valerie Simpson, Terri Lyne Carrington, Ron Savage Trio, Fernando Brandão and the Berklee Brazilian All-Stars, George W. Russell Jr. Trio, and Dominique Eade
All Weekend: Saturday, July 26th and July 2th
This arts extravaganza is a weekend-long event on the Rose Kennedy Greenway. Figment is all about participatory art so show up ready to observe if you must, and participate if you can.
This event is free and runs Saturday 11am-6pm and Sunday 12pm-6pm. There will also be the second annual FIGMENT After Dark dance party in Dewey Square Saturday 6pm-11pm!
New England Patriots Practice
Head out to Gillette Stadium for training camp. Spectators are invited to watch practices for free. Training camp begins at 9:15 and the Patriots Fan Zone is open from 10:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Parking is free as well.
Lowell Folk Festival
The Lowell Folk Festival kicked off Friday and continues through Sunday. Admission is free although a suggested donation of $10 a day to support the arts is not too much to ask.
In addition to music and crafts there is a family activity area on Shattuck St. with hands on games. There is a Kites Over New England experience as well as artists and musicians sharing their talents all weekend. For a full map of the festival look here.