School's out and summer is here. Time to find some great new ways to keep the kids busy and entertained over break without breaking the bank. We've compiled a HUGE list full of free events and anytime activity ideas for you to keep those kiddos busy all summer long. For more great events, check out our full event calendar.
1. Schuylkill Saturdays - Philadelphia
Formerly Saturdays @ SCEE, this event engages families in nature exploration. Visitors gather in the Discovery Center and have the chance to listen to stories. Then, get ready to explore the walking trails led by a naturalist guide.
2. Lighthouse Storytime - Cape May
A trip to Cape May doesn't seem complete without a visit to Cape May Point State Park and the 1859 lighthouse at the rocky edge of the park. Each Saturday through September 1, stop by the park's Education Center to hear nautical tales and lighthouse adventure stories.
3. Fractured Fables Puppet Show - Easton
Yippee Skippy Puppet Theater presents Fractured Fables, an improvisational puppet extravaganza with live music. Audience members draw familiar stories and songs from the hat for the puppets to perform. Somehow, the puppets don't get the story quite right, and the results are hilarious! These sessions are geared for the enjoyment of children from infants to primary graders; however, all ages are welcome.
4. Fun Fridays - Philadelphia
These sessions at Smith provides children the opportunity to explore the world around us in engaging ways. Kids can expect different themes each week such as Recycled Material City and Fort Day.
5. Free Crafts for Kids at Lakeshore - King of Prussia
Come make some crafts at Lakeshore in King of Prussia. From 11 AM to 3 PM, children can drop by and create something spectacular each week. Themes vary by week, such as under the sea animals, boats, and sandcastles, and no registration is needed.
6. Once Upon a Nation Storytelling Benches - Philadelphia
Guests visiting Historic Philadelphia can pause to hear the fascinating tales from our nation’s past at ten charming benches scattered throughout the area. This free program is perfect for elementary school children learning about the history of our country. Benches are located at various locations throughout the city.
7. Summer Festival Concerts at Rose Tree Park - Upper Providence
Bring a blankets and some chairs to enjoy a spectacular line up of performances this summer. Live music from a variety of genres is played for free Wednesday through Sunday evenings in Rose Tree Park. There are some children's only shows in the mornings on select dates as well.
8. Sundays with Pop-Up Play - Philadelphia
Head to Spruce Street Harbor Park to participate in a variety of free kids' activities with Pop-Up Play. Themes vary by week and include engaging interactive experiences through art, music, science, and movement.
9. Norristown Free Outdoor Concert Series - Norristown
Head to the Elmwood Park Bandshell to enjoy a free summer concert on select dates now through September. All of the concerts begin at 7 PM unless otherwise noted and are held Thursday through Sunday.
10. Citizen Science Lab - Philadelphia
Independence Seaport Museum welcomes children to participate in this Citizen Science Lab held every weekend. Kids can expect hands-on, interactive programming centered around water with a specific focus on the Delaware River, ranging from the river's biology, chemistry, and ecology and are held Saturdays and Sundays at 11 AM, 1 PM and 3:30 PM.
11. Jazz in the Park - Philadelphia
As part of VISIT PHILADELPHIA's Summer Sounds in the Historic District program, these once-a-month jazz concerts provide a great way to relax during the summer on a Sunday afternoon at Spruce Street Harbor Park.
12. Storytime in the Square - Philadelphia
Head to the Franklin Square Pavillon to listen to stories read by Librarian Margaret Bernardi of the Independence Branch of the Free Library of Philadelphia.
13. Music Monkey Jungle: Reading Terminal Market - Philadelphia
Sponsored by Reading Terminal Market, this music time with Music Monkey Jungle is free and open to the public. All ages, shapes, sizes, and abilities are welcome to participate and no registration is needed.
14. Kids' MusicRound of Yardley - Langhorne
Celebrate with Kids' MusicRound of Yardley in Sears Court on the Lower Level. Each week, kids under 5 learn some new tunes, show off their dance moves, and have plenty of fun in this special sing- and play-along event.
15. White's Road Park Concert Series - Lansdale
Through August, concert-goers can bring a blanket or lawn chair and listen to a live concert at White's Road Park. These free concerts are held on Tuesday evenings and begin at 7 PM unless otherwise noted.
16. Creative Play Time at Smith - Philadelphia
On select days of the week, kids have the opportunity to enjoy messy play, arts and crafts, and more at Smith Playground and Playplace.
17. Trail Tuesdays - Valley Forge
Participants can meet at the Visitor Center Parking Lot for a healthy walk around Valley Forge. This walk is for all fitness levels. Bring the whole family - both dogs and strollers are welcome!
18. Declaration of Independence Reading - Philadelphia
Visitors can hear this moving reading from the Declaration of Independence performed by the History Makers, favorite characters from the Once Upon A Nation stories. Declaration Readings take place in Independence Square, directly behind Independence Hall at Barry Statue. The readings are held once daily at 3:45 PM.
19. Summer Movie Series—Blue Bell
Outdoor movies at Wentz Run Park are sure to delight crowds this summer. All of the featured films begin at dusk, or when it is dark enough to see the screen. Bring a blanket or camping chair and come early to get a good spot.
20. Movies in the Park at Leeland Park - Lafayette Hill
Enjoy a movie in Leeland Park. Families can bring a blanket or chair, find a good spot, and get ready to watch the movie, Despicable Me 3, under the stars. Refreshments and dinner are available for purchase. Activities begin at 7 PM and the movie starts at dusk.
21. Pastorius Park Free Summer Concert Series - Philadelphia
The longest running outdoor concert series in the city, Pastorius Park presents free concerts on Wednesday evenings. So, find a spot to enjoy the music which varies by week. If the weather does not cooperate, the show will take place at Springside Chestnut Hill Academy’s Cherokee Campus.
22. Summer Breeze Concert Series - North Wales
Upper Gwynedd Township presents its "Summer Breeze" Concert Series held on Wednesdays at 7 PM throughout the summer.
23. Newtown Movies in the Park - Newtown
Head to Linton Memorial Park to enjoy watching a great movie with friends and family sponsored by Newtown Borough's Recreation Board. Just bring a blanket or lawn chair, sit back, relax, and enjoy the show!
24. Plymouth Township Movie Series - Plymouth Meeting
On select Wednesdays, families can enjoy DJ entertainment and a family movie. DJ fun begins at 7:30 PM and the movie starts at dusk.
25. Summer Outdoor Movies at Paoli Presbyterian - Paoli
The whole family can enjoy snacks, activities, and a free outdoor movie once a month at Paoli Presbyterian Church. Be sure to bring a blanket or low-profile chair and get ready for the show!
26. Summer Concert Series - Montgomeryville
From June through August, visitors to the Community & Recreation Center in Montgomeryville can enjoy free concerts on Thursday evenings. It is important to note that all concerts are set to be held outside at the new Community & Recreation Center located at 1030 Horsham Road.
27. Movie in the Park - Lansdale
Grab a blanket or lounge chair and head over to Fischer's Park for an outdoor movie. Guests can also enjoy free popcorn and drinks. Candy is available for purchase.
28. Free Movie Night at King of Prussia Town Center - King of Prussia
Bring the family to King of Prussia Town Center to watch a free movie. Films vary by date and are shown at the pavillion in front of Davio's Northern Italian Steakhouse.
29. Story Time in the Playhouse - Philadelphia
On Wednesdays at 10:30 AM, kids can listen to stories at Smith's Playhouse. These sessions are open to all ages.
30. Spruce Street Harbor Park Waterfront Sessions - Philadelphia
Every Thursday from 6:30pm-9:30pm during June, July, and August, Spruce Street Harbor Park provides some sweet sounds performed by a variety of local talent.
31. Exton Craft Monday Mornings - Exton
Stop by Monkey Fish Toys at 10am on Mondays for make and take craft time. Little ones can create a special project to take home. Projects vary week to week and are first-come, first-serve.
32. Read, Baby, Read - Philadelphia
Enjoy play and great conversation for babies, toddlers, and grown-ups alike at the Richmond Library. Light refreshments are served as well. Read, Baby, Read is a series of fun programs for babies, toddlers, and their families, to help develop language and literacy.
33. Pottery Barn Kids Storytime - King of Prussia
Visit Pottery Barn Kids for storytime. The Book Club Promotion is open to children 10 years of age and younger. Book Club Members enjoy $10 off one item (excluding furniture) after attending 5 story times.
34. Walnut Street Bridge Movies - Philadelphia
Get ready to watch movies on the big screen under the stars along the banks of the Schuylkill River by the Walnut Street Bridge. Start times vary between 7:45 PM and 8:30 PM depending on the film. Not all movies are suitable for young children so be sure to check the ratings of movies in advance.
35. Jenkinson's Movies on the Beach - Point Pleasant Beach, NJ
Roll out your beach blanket or pull up a chair for Jenkinson's summer movie series on the sand. All films begin at dusk and are rated PG unless otherwise noted.
36. 40th Street Summer Series - Philadelphia
Once a month, through September, University City District, Penn. and The Rotunda present the 40th Street Summer Series. These free concerts are held in the green area behind the Walnut Street Library. Activities, giveaways, and concerts start at 6 PM.
37. Green Lane Park Concerts - Green Lane
Head over to Green Lane Park's Amphitheater for its Summer Concert Series. Guests should bring blankets and chairs along and get ready to enjoy the musical evening. This year's line up includes a party band, southern rock band, a theatre company, and classic rock band.
38. Arts in the Park - Media
All are welcome to this family-friendly event at Glen Providence Park. Each month, guests can expect a delightful performance featuring different entertainment. Guests are encouraged to bring a blanket or chair.
39. Mason Mill Park Summer Concert Series - Huntingdon Valley
Throughout the summer, Upper Moreland Township sponsors a variety of summer concerts at Mason Mill Park Gazebo. These free summer concerts begin at 6:30 PM, weather permitting. It is suggested that visitors carpool for parking purposes. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and get ready for the live music to start!
40. Concerts Under the Stars - King of Prussia
Upper Merion Township presents its 34th Annual Concerts Under The Stars series. This free concert series is held on Sunday evenings beginning at 6 PM on the Township Building Park lawn. Guests are asked to bring lawn chairs and blankets as well as picnic baskets.
41. Summer Breeze Concert Series—North Wales
Upper Gwynedd Township presents its "Summer Breeze" Concert Series held on Wednesdays throughout the summer.
42. Haverford Concert at the Park - Bryn Mawr
Head to Coopertown/Highland Pavilion with your blankets and chairs and get ready to listen to Slowey and the Boats play some Hawaiian jazz. New this year, the concert is free.
43. Sand Sculpture Spectacular - Philadelphia
As part of the Wawa Welcome America festival, families can visit the Rotunda at Shops at Liberty Place as it is transformed by 40 tons of sand. Sand creations commemorate the centennial celebration of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. Be sure to bring your cameras and phones to capture these moments!
44. History at Work - Glen Mills
Learn about a variety of historical trades at Newlin Grist Mill. Visitors can experience how people did ordinary tasks from colonial times.
45. Story Time and Craft at Linvilla Orchards - Media
Children are entertained as Linvilla Orchards staff reads stories about animals and the outdoors. Crafts can also be made each week. This story time is geared towards preschoolers but all ages are welcome to attend.
46. Swingin' Summer Thursdays - West Chester
One Thursday a month, families can enjoy a series of four great downtown festival events on Gay Street in West Chester. Hear live music, eat great food, watch silly clowns, and see extraordinary dancers.
47. Screening Under the Stars - Philadelphia
Every Thursday, from July 5th through August 30th, Great Plaza at Penn's Landing hosts a free movie screening. July movies start at 8 PM and August movies begin at 8:30 PM.
June 21, 2018
48. Nature Trail at WheatonArts - Millville, NJ
Celebrate the first official day of summer by exploring and appreciating the pinelands with a walk along the Nature Trail at WheatonArts. Throughout the one-mile loop, visitors can read up on facts about wildlife, trees, and ways to help protect and preserve our environment. Picnicking is permitted so pack a lunch.
49. Lightning in a Jar - Fireflies - Green Lane
Gather at the Tennis Courts and prepare to explore the magical lives of fireflies. Be sure to bring a non-breakable container
June 22-23, 2018
50. Juneteenth Musicfest & Parade - Philadelphia
The Philadelphia Community of Leaders presents the third annual Philadelphia Juneteenth Musicfest and Parade! Guests are invited to honor and celebrate the legacy of enslaved African ancestors who endured and fought for freedom. The parade features over 3,000 marchers, floats, bands, and more
June 23, 2018
51. Vintage Baseball - Schwenksville
The Athletic Base Ball Club of Philadelphia plays 1864 era base ball for all to enjoy. Enthusiastic ladies and gentlemen are invited to cheer the teams. Kids enjoy playing "Town Ball," a fun activity that was the precursor to baseball. The Pennypacker mansion is ready for guided tours which are free. A food vendor is available to serve lunch and refreshments.Handicapped parking & restroom facilities available.
52. Glenolden's Summer Kickoff Fireworks - Glenolden
Summer kicks off with fireworks and fun. To start, guests can enjoy music and games which begin at 7 PM. As dusk approaches, everyone can enjoy a firework display set to music. Food, beverages, and water ice are available for purchase, benefiting Scout Troop 44.
June 24, 2018
53. Red White and Blueberry Festival - Hammonton, NJ
Hammonton, the town that proudly calls itself The Blueberry Capitol of the World, hosts this 31st annual event that's a sure sign of summer. Head over for fair food, kiddie rides, crafters, children's craft activities, entertainment throughout the day, blueberry pie eating contests, and a classic car show.
54. Philadelphia Irish Festival - Philadelphia
The luck of the Irish has made its way to Philadelphia's Penns Landing. This family-friendly Irish Festival celebrates all of Ireland’s cultural gems: music, dance and food. Families can expect Irish musicians, famous dance schools, bagpipers, and shepherd’s pie.
June 28, 2018
55. Free Admission to the National Constitution Center - Philadelphia
Visitors enjoy free admission at the National Constitution Center. Guests can expect activities such as Freedom Rising presentation, Signers’ Hall, and a display sharing Wawa's history in the Philly area including information about the history of the hoagie.
56. Wawa Hoagie Day - Philadelphia
Guests are invited to Independence Mall for the annual Wawa Hoagie Day which is part of the Wawa Welcome America festival. This event focuses on honoring our troops. Local police and firefighters compete in a hoagie building competition. Then, Wawa hoagies are distributed free to the crowd.
57. Philly@ the Movies: The Dell Music Center - Philadelphia
Families can head to East Fairmount Park for an outdoor movie under the stars. There is no need to bring a chair since The Dell offers over 5,000 seats! The featured film is The Nutty Professor.
58. Summer Love Launch Event - Philadelphia
All are invited to kick off Wawa Welcome America’s festival at this event in the City Hall Courtyard and Dilworth Park. Guests can expect music curated by Philly’s-own Chill Moody, non-stop local entertainment featured on multiple stages, interactive games, yummy food trucks, and a beer garden too.
June 29, 2018
59. Free Admission to Penn Museum - Philadelphia
To celebrate Wawa Welcome America Day, the Penn Museum is offering free admission and special activities for the whole day. Guests can explore objects from ancient cultures across the globe, marvel at an ancient Egyptian palace and 15-ton sphinx, view REAL mummies, investigate stone monuments from the ancient Maya, and enjoy the beautiful outdoor garden spaces.
June 30, 2018
60. Free Admission to Philadelphia History Museum - Philadelphia
As part of the Wawa Welcome America celebration, guests can enjoy free admission to the Philadelphia History Museum to learn about the history of this great city.
July 1, 2018
61. Freedom Blast - Philadelphia
Celebrate our nation's independence at Fort Mifflin. Guests can expect Revolutionary War soldiers and citizens, special activities, tours, and cannon blasts. Visitors can bring a picnic to enjoy in the riverfront picnic area.
62. Free Admission to the African American Museum - Philadelphia
Visitors can enjoy the African American Museum in Philadelphia for free courtesy of Wawa Welcome America. Guests can expect to experience the richness and vibrancy of African American heritage and culture in four exhibition galleries filled with exciting history and fascinating art.
63. Free Museum Morning at One Liberty Observation Deck - Philadelphia
Experience the breath-taking views from One Liberty Observation Deck. Opening two hours early to participate in this year’s Free Museum Day, guests can enjoy free admission to see historic Philly From The Top!
July 2, 2018
64. Free Museum Day at Mütter Museum - Philadelphia
Appreciate the mysteries and beauty of the human body at The Mütter Museum. Visitors learn about the history of diagnosis and treatment of disease through exhibits such as slides of Einstein’s Brain, the jaw tumor of former President Grover Cleveland, and the Benjamin Rush Medicinal Plant Garden.
July 3, 2018
65. Philadelphia's Historic District Block Party - Philadelphia
Families can celebrate at a day filled with activities, entertainment, artists, crafters, and a variety of foods during Philadelphia’s Historic District Block Party. In addition, guests can celebrate the re-opening of The Bourse.
July 4, 2018
66. Wildwood 4th of July Fireworks, Concert, and More - Wildwood, NJ
At 9am, a parade sets off from 9th and Atlantic Avenues. Children are encouraged to participate and prizes are awarded for the best bikes decorated in red, white and blue. A Patriotic Pooch Parade steps off at the same time at 8th and Atlantic Avenues in North Wildwood with prizes awarded to the best dressed pooches.Evening festivities include live music and karaoke. Fireworks begin around 10pm.
67. Family Day at the National Museum of American Jewish History - Philadelphia
National Museum of American Jewish History's Family Days offer guests the chance to enjoy educational and public programs, hands on projects, story times, and family-friendly activities for free.
68. July 4th Community Picnic in the Park - Valley Forge
Families can celebrate our nation's independence with a variety of historic fun at Valley Forge National Historical Park. Guests can expect artillery demonstrations, musket demonstrations, the reading of the Declaration of Independence, and storytelling benches. In addition, visitors can partake in an All-American cook-out while listening to music.
69. Party on the Parkway - Philadelphia
Kids and grown ups alike enjoy this day-long Party on the Parkway. Guests can participate in activities such as ziplines, make and take crafts, animal demos, and games. The evening concludes with a firework display and a free concert with music from Pitbull.
70. Good Neighbor Day - Downingtown
Families can enjoy entertainment all day long at Kerr Park. Guests can expect bike-decorating, canoe races, food, music, carnival rides, games, and races including a Kids' Run. The grand finale includes a firework display at dusk.
71. Narberth Fourth of July Celebration and Fireworks - Narberth
Visitors can enjoy the biggest Fourth of July celebration and fireworks display on the Main Line. Eagerly anticipated by local adults and children alike, families can participate in games, parade, and pie-eating contest. The celebration continues at night with an amazing fireworks display.
July 7, 2018
72. Wildwood Crest Sand Sculpting Festival - Wildwood, NJ
Serious sand lovers can grab a pail, shovel and other tools and head to the beach at Wildwood Crest for the town's annual sand sculpture festival. This ultimate summer event is worth checking out even if you don't want to compete. The contest will take place on the beach next to the Wildwood Crest Beach Pier at Heather Road. Other kid-friendly activities today include a corn hole bean bag toss and other games, a children’s magic show and live music.
73. Wilmington Pirate Festival - Wilmington, DE
Families can enjoy this free festival presented by Kalmar Nyckel Foundation. Guests can expect a day filled with pirate and maritime-themed activities such as scavenger hunts, face-painting, crafts, costume contests, live music, and gun firing. Tours of the Kalmar Nyckel and historic Fort Christina are also offered. It is important to note that some activities may require a fee.
74. Hispanic Fiesta - Philadelphia
Summertime fun y the waterfront is found at the Hispanic Fiesta at Penn’s Landing. This event features music, dance, entertainment, foods and artisan crafts which celebrate the Latino culture and community.
July 11, 2018
75. Haverford Concert in the Park at Paddock Park - Bryn Mawr
Part of the Haverford Concert in the Park series, guests are invited to Paddock Park Pavillion to hear Christine Havrilla- Rock, Roots, Americana. New this year, the concert is free.
July 14, 2018
76. Tie Dye Music Festival - Wallingford
This annual Tie Dye Music Festival tradition features food and family fun. Guests can expect a variety of tie dye activities. In addition to tie-dye fun, guests can enjoy musical performances. It is important to bring a blanket, chair, and sunscreen too!
77. Wineberry Harvest - Philadelphia
This event brings the family together for the harvesting of sweet and delicious wineberries at Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education. These bright summer gems are a delight to gather and eat – and they’re invasive plants, so visitors can help get them out of the forest. Take home your harvest and make wonderful wineberry pies, muffins, and pancakes or simply eat them fresh from the bramble. Be sure to bring a pail or bag for gathering.
July 14-15, 2018
78. Bluegrass and Blueberries Festival - Lahaska
Peddler's Village celebrates bluegrass and blueberries during this weekend celebration. Guests can expect a variety of blueberry treats and can listen to toe-tapping bluegrass and country music. In addition, there are children's activities that little ones can enjoy.
July 17, 2018
79. Community Night at Franklin Institute - Philadelphia
Everyone is welcome to join in the fun at the Franklin Institute's Community Night. Kids and parents alike can explore the museum's fun and educational science exhibits for free. The doors open at 5 PM and pre-registration is not necessary.
July 19, 2018
80. Djembe Drum Circle - Media
Ideal for children ages 1 through 7, this program at the Media-Upper Providence Free Library gets kiddos up moving and dancing to the beat. Children learn about African drumming and play an authentic African djembe. Participants have the chance to play hand drums and sing songs.
July 21, 2018
81. Annual Beekeeping and Honey Festival - Bryn Mawr
Both adults and children alike can try on beesuits, visit the hives and help extract honey at this annual festival held at Harriton House. Learn about the importance of the honeybee to the landscape and food supply.
82. Public Archaeology Day - Glen Mills
Meet at Newlin Grist Mill to participate in this free, public archaeology program. Volunteers are invited to help professional archeologists as they excavate the site and screen artifacts.
July 22, 2018
83. Honey Bees - East Norriton
Do you hear the buzz of honeybees at Norristown Farm Park? Meet the park’s resident beekeeper, Don George, to find out about the challenges facing modern beekeepers today and the reasons for the decline in the honey bee population. Learn how you can help the honey bee at home. In addition, participants see an observation hive first-hand and the equipment used for bee keeping.
July 28, 2018
84. Full Moon Hike - Green Lane
Visit Green Lane Park at dusk for a hike by moonlight. Participants find their way around by the light of the moon while experiencing the sounds and sights of a summer evening.
August 4, 2018
85. In the Good Old Summertime - Schwenksville
Bring the family for an afternoon of lawn games, Victorian dress up for photos, garden exploration in the Children's Heritage Garden and hands-on fun in the 1900's History Center at Pennypacker Mills.
86. Cape May Beer & Crab Festival - Cape May, NJ
The Emlen Physick Estate beckons food and beer lovers (and their kids) for an all-day festival featuring local and regional craft beers plus all the steamed crabs, pulled pork, crab cakes, shrimp and hot dogs you an eat. All-day music on outdoor stage, a Victorian circus with jugglers and acrobats from the The Give & Take Jugglers Little Circus Crafts, and a collectibles show complete the festive atmosphere.
August 8, 2018
87. National Lighthouse Day - Cape May Point, NJ
Celebrate National Lighthouse Day at the Cape May Lighthouse. Kids can make a craft to take home, listen to songs of the sea, meet the lighthouse keepers, shop for nautical merchandise and more, all on the grounds of the Cape May Lighthouse.
August 8, 2018
88. jkidphilly: BYO Dinner and Storytime - Horsham
Join jkidphilly for a Bring Your Own Picnic Dinner and Storytime at Everybody's Playground. Guests can expect PJ Library stories and popsicles for dessert. Families are encouraged to bring their kids and a picnic to enjoy time on the playground with other jkidphilly families.
August 18, 2018
89. Peach Festival & Silent Auction - Hatfield
Emmanuel EC Church hosts its annual Peach Festival & Silent Auction, a family-friendly event that includes food, drinks, snacks, and desserts available for purchase, a craft fair, bake sale, children’s games, and a silent auction.
September 17, 2018
90. Constitution Day - Philadelphia
The National Constitution Center observes Constitution Day (this year on September 17th) by providing free admission to visitors. Guests can expect an array of engaging educational programs such as a spirited reading of the Constitution’s Preamble, the chance to watch as new American’s take their citizenship oath, engaging discussions with federal judges and other Constitutional heroes, craft, activities, and the opportunity to sign a giant Constitution. In addition guests can meet historic presidents and enjoy a piece of birthday cake.
91. Swing on hammocks at Spruce Street Harbor Park
92. Take a hike or a bike ride
93. Walk along a boardwalk at the Jersey Shore
94. Visit a sprayground
95. Have a picnic
96. Play all day at some of the best Philly area playgrounds
97. Set up sprinklers in the backyard
98. Go to a pop-up garden or beer garden
99. Volunteer or do some community service
100. Go fishing
Photo courtesy of 40th Street Summer Series.
This post is originally published on June 6, 2017.