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Summertime Favorites in Brookline

Looking for something to do this June? Whether you’re flying solo, teaming up with a friend, planning a date or spending time with the family, there’s plenty to do in Brookline. Line up your 2015 warm-weather activities with a little help from our list of summertime favorites.

  • Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site
  • Brookline Farmers Market
  • Puppet Showplace Theater
Arnold Arboretum, Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site in Brookline, MA

A walk along the Arnold Arboretum from NPS website

Renowned landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted founded the nation’s first firm dedicated to his profession right here in Brookline. Pay tribute to Olmsted and get a glimpse of his home and work life at theFrederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site. During the summer months, the site operates free ranger-led tours, and June is the perfect time to take advantage of this fantastic educational opportunity! Make 2015 the year you learn more about a man who was instrumental in designing New York City’s Central Park.

99 Warren Street
Brookline MA 02445

Brookline Farmers Market in Brookline, MA

Image courtesy of Stillmans Farm via Brookline Farmer’s Market website

Nothing says summer like fresh fruits, veggies and preserves. Browse row after row of fantastic local produce and other goodies at the Brookline Farmers Market. From authentic European bread to crisp hard cider, you’ll find a diverse range of locally sourced items. This conveniently located farmers market is a great place to discover exotic fruits and vegetables at affordable prices. Produce, beverages, condiments, prepared foods and handmade items are all available here.

Coolidge Corner
Centre Street Parking Lot
Brookline MA 02446

Puppet Showplace Theatre in Brookline, MA

Image retrieved from the Puppet Showplace Theatre website

The Puppet Showplace Theater offers family-friendly entertainment and so much more. Artists in residence put on puppet shows using “actors” built on-site. Kids love seeing shows designed for the younger set, and adults appreciate the opportunity to instill a love for live performance in their little ones. In addition to appreciation for theater, children learn proper theater etiquette. Manners are alive and well in 2015 as kids see firsthand the importance of remaining quiet and seated during shows. Make this June a time for your young family members to develop their social skills and enjoy others’ creative efforts.

32 Station St
Brookline MA 02445

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