July 18th & 19th, 2020 is a virtual event filled weekend around Boston! Check out some of this weeks #cityhappenings…
As more things start to open and we transition from virtual city happenings, keep in mind that face coverings and social distancing are still required in most places. Text “COVIDMA” to 888-777 for Important Updates
Saturday, July 18th
• City Winery on The Greenway (1-9) – Popping up at Dewey Square throughout the week, City Winery on The Greenway features wine by City Winery Boston and beer and cider by Harpoon Brewery.Consistent with guidelines from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the City of Boston, new protocols have been established for visitor safety at City Winery on The Greenway.
• Salem Film Fest – SFF, one of New England’s largest all-documentary film festivals, will celebrate its 13th year by presenting more than 80 features and short films online in a virtual film festival – Friday, July 10 – Thursday, July 30. The festival was postponed due to COVID-19 just days before launching this past March. Salem Film Fest will be partnering with eventive, a leading virtual festival platform for online viewing and video-on-demand and live streaming, as well as content delivery via streaming TV apps.
Sunday, July 19th
• Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Reopening – The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum announced it would reopen to the public on Wednesday, July 15, 2020. To ensure a safe, enjoyable experience, the Museum has implemented a number of safety protocols following state and local guidelines, and asks that all visitors adhere to these policies as they plan their visit. Go to their website linked above to view the list of new protocols prior to your visit!
• Wind on Water – This month WOW: Wind on Water, a yearlong outdoor public art exhibit of Wind Sculptures™ by internationally renowned artist Lyman Whitaker, opens in the Charlestown Navy Yard along the Boston Harbor. Visitors of all ages will enjoy viewing the sculptures’ majestic and magical movements. In the time of Covid19 restrictions, this free exhibit offers a welcome outdoor activity that provides ample opportunity for safe social distancing while walking, biking and breathing fresh harbor breezes.