Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Beyond Exit 17: Happenings beyond Campus

Boston Public Market
Starting Thursday, October 28, Dewey Square Park, across from South Station, will host a Fall Harvest Festival. The event includes music, harvest produce, pumpkin decorating and free treats for those in costume. Free carousel rides when you try the Greenway maze, a free 50-foot by 50-foot maze of salt marsh hay towering over five feet.
A Conversation With Condoleezza Rice
Thursday, October 28, 11:30 a.m., former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will discuss her new book, Extraordinary, Ordinary People: A Memoir of Family, with Ambassador Nicholas Burns at the JFK Library & Museum.
Zoo Howl
Head to the Franklin Park Zoo on Saturday, October 30, for creature encounters, crafts, games, a trick-or-treat trail and hay maze. Radio Disney will host music, games and contests at the main stage. Zoo Howl is free with regular admission.
Free Admission to the Aquarium and/or Boston Duck Tours
The New England Aquarium and Boston DUCK Tours based at the Aquarium are teaming up to offer children a fantastic Halloween treat. Get free admission to two of Boston’s most popular tourist attractions this Sunday.
Harvard Museum of Natural History
Massachusetts residents enjoy free admission to the Harvard Museum of Natural History on Sundays 3–5 p.m. Explore new exhibits, see the Glass Flowers and hundreds of animals from around the world.

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