31 Cool Things To Do In July (In Boston + Beyond)

If you're looking for something fun to do in July, here are 31 ideas for you -- one for each day of the month!

July 1: Colonial chocolate, scavenger hunts, and more take place during Boston Harborfest (Boston)

July 2: Chow down at Chowderfest (Boston)

July 3:  Go Sea Kayaking around Spectacle Island (Boston)

July 4: Attend the Boston Pops July 4th Concert and Fireworks (Boston)

July 5: Join this Drum Circle in the Park (Boston)

July 6: Step back in time to play Civil War lawn games on Georges Island Island (Boston)

July 7: Go camping during storytime at the Curious George Store (Cambridge)

July 8: Watch The Jungle Book on a big screen under the stars (Boston)

July 9: Build a flower pot toad home (Milton)

July 10: Explore starfish through stories, crafts, and observation (Vineyard Haven)

July 11: The Mary Baker Eddy Library holds its 12th annual One World program, a series of free cultural events for kids (Boston)

July 12: The Red Sox honor Special Olympics athletes (Boston)

July 13: Tanglewood Marionettes presents An Arabian Adventure (Acton)

July 14: Celebrate Bastille Day with food, music, and festivities (Boston)

July 15: It’s time for Verrill Farm’s Blueberry Pancake Breakfast and Pie Eating Contest (Concord)

July 16: Find music for the whole family, carnival games, hot air balloons, and more on the last day of the Green River Festival (Greenfield)

July 17: Search for wildlife like ospreys, piping plovers, diamondback terrapin turtles, and more (Cummaquid)

July 18: City Splash 2017 offers the opportunity to safely swim in the Charles River (Boston)

July 19: Take a free twilight hayride tour of the farm with Steve Verrill (Concord)

July 20: Stop by the Discovery Museums to check The Caterpillar Lab (Acton)

July 21: Listen to a special storytime all about travel (Cambridge)

July 22: Prepare to be blown away by the creations at the Revere Beach Sand Sculpting Festival (Boston)

July 23: 24 leading black performing artists from Boston and New York come together, representing different generations and dance genres, for perform future of our worlds (Boston)

July 24: Dip, net, seine, and beachcomb the tidepool creeks looking for fish, shrimp, and other creatures (Wellfleet)

July 25: Partake in free yoga and a dance party (Newton)

July 26: Watch A League of Their Own at Fenway Park (Boston)

July 27: Circus Smirkus comes to town (Waltham)

July 28: The Lowell Folk Festival returns (Lowell)

July 29: Go screen-free with family improv lessons (Somerville)

July 30: Learn about the Belted Galloway Cows grazing in the field at What’s the Moos: Cow Talk (North Andover)

July 31: Find out what Habitat does to keep the goats healthy and happy (Belmont)

Featured photo by Pedro Lastra on Unsplash