Boston’s Best Spring Arts Festivals

February 3, 2014 11:00 AM
Boston’s Best Spring Arts Festivals
" With all of the trees blossoming and the flowers blooming, the colors and smells of spring reek of inspiration. On top of that, Boston is thawing out from a cold winter, and that brings people out of the warmth of their homes. This all combines to make a great time of year for arts festivals. Whether outside or indoors, these gatherings give visitors a chance to see what local artists from all walks of life have been up to all winter, while welcoming the colors of spring back into the city.

(Photo from: Boston College Arts Council Arts Festival)

Boston College Arts Council Arts Festival O’Neill Plaza, Stokes Lawn & Gasson Hall Beacon St. Chestnut Hill, MA 02467 (617) 552-4757

Date: April 24-26, 2014

The Boston College Arts Council Arts Festival is an indoor and outdoor demonstration of the skills learned by the students at Boston College. There is music, dancing, films and hands-on creating in three locations on campus. Moreover, the festival encourages visitors to get involved in such activities as pottery "

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