Monday, December 20, 2010

A cool way to celebrate the solstice!

Our friends at the Greenway Conservancy are helping to put some twinkly cheer into the longest night of the year! Don your winter's warmest and head down to the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway tomorrow (Tuesday, December 21) to celebrate the grand unveiling of Bright Lights for Winter Nights, a three month public art and lighting display.


The Conservancy, the City of Boston and local residents are inviting people to bundle up and stroll the Greenway between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. to enjoy music and activities for all ages. Be on the lookout for a very special ice sculpture of the penguin variety, just steps from the Aquarium! There will also be bell ringers and carolers, dancing and trolley rides. You might even find hot cocoa samples to warm your fingers!

Check the Greenway's website for the schedule and a complete list of activities.

Facebook Comments


Post a Comment

Leave your comments here.