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A Festival of Native Arts & Cultures from Around the World. Shop unique-handmade art, jewelry, clothing, crafts, decor, tribal rugs, & much more. Proceeds support Indigenous artisans and community projects worldwide.
10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Free Parking at Broadway Garage
7 Felton Street, Cambridge, MA 02138
Every May, this Cambridge tradition celebrates dance in all forms. Featuring performances, workshops, free classes and more, events during this month-long celebration are held at various venues throughout Cambridge.
This festival runs from February to May and brings an eclectic mix of clients to the trendy Reagattabar in Harvard Square. For over 20 years, the festival has attracted notable jazz performances from famous names like Irma Thomas, Bill Charlap and the Kenny Barron Trio. A musical, cultural experience for all ages.
- The Regattabar Address: 1 Bennett St Cambridge MA USA 02138
An internationally recognized hub of science, engineering, technology and math, the city of Cambridge celebrates the field of science during this highly anticipated and fun festival. Various activities include exhibitions, lectures, concerts and workshops and take place over nine days at various venues throughout Cambridge.
Enjoy music, dance, art demonstrations and displays, art activities, food and crafts along the banks of the Charles River. This free, one-day festival is held along Memorial Drive, between Harvard and Central Squares.
This is North America's longest running dragon boat festival. Dragon boat races have been a Chinese tradition for over 2,000 years, and today, these exciting sporting and cultural events attract people from far and wide. The Boston Dragon Boat Festival on the Charles River features arts, crafts, traditional music, dance and food, in addition to the exciting dragon boat races.
- Charles River Address: . MA USA
The Cambridge Carnival brings the colors of the Caribbean to the streets of Cambridge. Rooted in African tradition, this annual festival has become one of New England's largest outdoor multicultural celebrations and features a spectacular parade of dance, spectacular costumes, masquerade and music, and a plethora of food and craft vendors.
The Italian Festival of the Healing Saints Cosmas and Damian is held every September on Warren Street. This traditional Italian celebration attracts thousands of people to its grand parade, live entertainment, carnival rides, food, candlelight processions, fireworks, children's activities and a special healing service.