Looking for something really fun to do this weekend? Head out to Boston Book Festival’s Hubbub in Copley Square (don’t forget to check out the new kids section at the Boston Public Library, too!) on Saturday, June 20th for all day fun activities and concerts!
It’s a great festival for kids and adults alike that is put on by the Boston Book Festival folks. Every fall, Copley Square in Boston turns into a literary paradise at the Boston Book Festival. This weekend, it will turn into a special place, again, and you don’t want to miss it!
Hubbub is a brand new festival that encourages creativity for all, but especially for kids! Their mission states:
Hubbub is a new festival celebrating creativity, inventiveness, and exploration for children ages zero to twelve and their families. Hubbub is presented by the Boston Book Festival, but books are just the beginning of what kids and families will discover.
Our goal is to inspire and encourage creativity with a combination of world-class authors and artistic acts, as well as hands-on activities and experiences where kids will experiment, design, and create. We believe that curiosity, excitement, wonder, and play are the keys to lifelong learning.
There will be authors like Mo Willems, lawn games, puppets, comic book making, art, dancing, music, and storytimes. Check the schedule and take a look at all the events that will be going on. Some events will require pre-registration. Most events are free, except for the Dan Zanes & Friends concert.
I hope to see many of you there on Saturday! It should be fun!