June Activities in the Boston Area

There are many fun activities for families to enjoy in the Boston area in June 2023. Check out our list of June activities and events happening around Boston and enjoy the kickoff to summer!

La Salette Shrine Spring Carnival
When: Thursday 6/1/23 through Sunday 6/4/23
Where: La Salette Shrine, 947 Park Street, Attleboro, MA
Age: toddlers, kids, teens, adults
Cost: www.fiestashows.com
The carnival is coming to Attleboro! The carnival will feature rides, games, and food. There will be fireworks on Friday, June 2, at 9:45 P.M. Ride unlimited rides during our discount ride promotion days, enjoy the sights and sounds of the midway with over 15 rides, and make memories with your whole family!

Boston Kids Comics Fest
When: Saturday 6/3/23
Where: Northeastern University’s Curry Student Center, 360 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA
Age: kids, teens
Cost: free
The 3rd annual Boston Kids Comics Festival, celebrating comics for children and the love of reading, is back and in person after a three-year pandemic hiatus. The premiere dedicated annual children’s comics festival in the country, BKCF is a community celebration of comics, learning, and laughter for elementary and middle schoolers, and their parents, educators, and librarians. As ever, BKCF will host a marketplace of independent comics creators, spotlighting local authors and illustrators whose work ranges from hand-crafted zines to published graphic novels.

2023 NH Maker Fest
When: Saturday 6/3/23
Where: Children’s Museum of NH, 6 Washington Street, Dover, NH
Age: toddlers, kids, teens, adults
Cost: pay what you can
The NH Maker Fest is a gathering of fascinating, curious people who enjoy learning and who love sharing what they can do. From engineers to artists to scientists, to chefs, the Maker & Food Fest is a venue for these ‘makers’ to show hobbies, experiments, projects, and for all of us to enjoy fantastic food! We call it the Greatest Show & Tell on Earth – a family-friendly showcase of invention, creativity, and resourcefulness.

New England Film Orchestra
When: Saturday 6/3/23
Where: 47 David G Mugar Way, Boston, MA
Age: all ages
Cost: free
New England Film Orchestra returns to the DCR Hatch Shell on Saturday, June 3, performing music from film favorites including Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Star Trek, Interstellar, The Lion King, James Bond, Spider-man, Hook, Inception, and more! Great family-friendly event. Free and open to the public.

Movies by Moonlight: Summer in the City
When: beginning Friday 6/8/23
Where: 70 Rowes Wharf, Boston, MA
Age: kids, teens, adults
Cost: free
The Boston Harbor Hotel will once again transform its harbor side terrace into an outdoor cinema beneath the stars for its Annual Movies by Moonlight series on the waterfront. The Movies by Moonlight series offers offers guests a chance to revisit Hollywood’s silver screen and modern classics. The cool evening breeze and view from Intrigue Café set the stage for the perfect opportunity to view these classic films under the stars.

Hudson Fest
When: Saturday 6/10/23
Where: South Street, Hudson, MA
Age: all ages
Cost: free
The festival is predominantly located on South St. in downtown Hudson, and includes two sound stages (Cellucci Park and the Avidia Lot), over 100 vendors, over 30 nonprofits, free and affordable children’s activities, the splash pad, costumed characters, animals, and the infamous Hudson Rotary Duck Races. The Fest also includes returning programs such as the Hudson Rotary Club Duck Races, Youth Art Exhibits at area merchants, the Hudson Public Library Used Toy Sale, the First United Methodist Church Yard Sale, and the Spirit of Hudson 5K Run.

Hampton Beach Master Sandsculpting Sand Castle Competition
When: Thursday 6/15/23 through Saturday 6/17/23
Where: 22 C Street, Hampton, NH
Age: all ages
Cost: free
The fun begins on June 15, when 200 tons of sand from a local quarry will be transported to Hampton Beach for the sculptors to pound up. According to Martineau, the sand at Hampton is too porous for the sculptors to work with and will not be sturdy enough when compacted and molded. Once combined with water, the imported fine-grain sand gets pounded and molded into something special.

Allison Green
Boston Tutoring Services

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