BOSTON - There are plenty of options for fun this weekend with several festivals in the Boston area.
The annual Fisherman's Feast, Boston's oldest continuous Italian festival, is taking over the North End this weekend. It's a tradition that dates back to 1910. For four days there will be live entertainment, delicious food, a meatball contest and, on Sunday night, the Flight of the Angel.
When: August 18-21st
Where: North End (North and Fleet streets)
Cost: Admission is free
QUNICY AUGUST MOON FESTIVAL
Now in its 35th year, the Quincy August Moon Festival is being held Sunday with opening ceremonies starting at noon. The celebration includes a lion dance, cultural performances and food. It is expected to attract thousands of people.
When: August 21 (12-4 p.m.)
Where: Coddington Street, Quincy Center
Porchfest is back and that means a day full of music and dancing this Saturday! Performances will take place at 50 locations all over Jamaica Plain. New this year this will also be a community hour to encourage attendees to get together in central locations to celebrate.
When: August 20th (12-6 p.m.)
Where: Map can be found here
GLOUCESTER WATERFRONT FESTIVAL
And the annual Gloucester Waterfront Festival is bringing two days of fun to Stage Fort Park. You'll find more than 175 artists and crafters along the harbor with activities for the whole family. Admission is free.
When: August 20 (9-6 p.m.) and August 21 (9-5 p.m.)
Where: Stage Fort Park, 24 Hough Street, Gloucester
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