4 Fun Fall Things To Do In Boston This Weekend – Scary Movie Bingo Anyone?
Looking for something fun to do this weekend? We got you! Fall is such a great time to get out and find different things to do. Good thing there’s always something fun to do in and around Boston this time of year. Here are some great fall fun things to do this weekend.
Scary Movie Drag Bingo
It’s going down at Time Out Market. Resident drag queen named Plane Jane is hosting Scary Movie Bingo. It’s happening this Sunday from 6pm – 8pm. They’ll have some great prizes, and if you want to come dressed up, go for it! There will also be a costume contest. The event is free and you can get all the info HERE, and here’s the schedule for the night.
6 pm: DJ Takes the Stage
7 pm: Drag Performance to Start the Game
7:10 pm: Rounds Begin
7:30 pm: Drag Performance / Intermission
7:40 pm: Rounds Continue
8 pm: Final Performances & Costume Contest
Fun Fall Things-To-Do: The Head of the Charles Regatta
It’s October and that means the Head of the Charles regatta is back! The two-day event brings over 11,000 athletes to Cambridge. From novice to Olympic, you can check out some of the world’s best crew teams. It’s free and open to the public. There are some prime locations to watch from like: the BU Bridge, Riverbend Park, Eliot Bridge, and Christian Herter Park. To check out the race schedule and everything else you’ll need to know, check out the Head of the Charles Regatta website.
Fun Fall Things-To-Do: The Howl-O-Ween Pet Parade
Dogs want to have fun too right? Tomorrow, check out the Howl-O-Ween pet parade at Peter’s park. It’s located at 230 Shawmut Ave. in Boston and it’s free. There will be a pet costume contest with four different costumes: families, small dogs, big dogs, and groups. If you don’t have a dog, or want another one, you can meet adoptable dogs from Gals Best Pal Rescue. There will also be dog-friendly vendors as well. The fun gets underway at 9am.
Fun Fall Things-To-Do: Fall-O-Ween at the Boston Common
It’s back for another year! The City of Boston is hosting the third annual Fall-O-Ween on the Boston Common. It’s a free, family-friendly event taking place TONIGHT from 5pm – 8pm near the Frog Pond and the corner of Charles and Beacon streets. Lots of free activities like: light-up cornhole, arts and crafts, music, giveaways, and a glow-in-the-dark playspace. PLUS, there’s a Haunted Zombie Maze, Spooky Mansion Slide, Jumpin’ Pumpkin, and a trackless train.
Have a great weekend, and hope you enjoy these fun fall things to!