Weekend Roundup

Happy Friday everyone -- were you confused all week about what day it was? YEAH, ME TOO. Anyway, it is Friday so let's get to the Weekend Roundup!

1. Celebrate National Trails Day with a StoryWalk (Acton)

2. It’s not too late to join the AIDS Walk & Run Boston (Boston)

3. Pride Day @ Faneuil Hall returns for its 17th consecutive year with free family-friendly activities and performances (Boston)

4. Buy books to benefit the Boston Public Library (Boston)

5. The New England Aquarium hosts free outdoor activities for World Oceans Day (Boston)

6. Celebrate Wonder Woman (Boston)

7. Learn to paint ocean waves with acrylic on canvas (Brockton)

8. Dance, sing, play, and Kick Off the Summer with Vanessa Trien and the Jumping Monkeys (Brookline)

9. The Cambridge River Festival features jazz, folk, roots, and world music, dance, art, and family activities, as well as more than 100 specialty food vendors (Cambridge)

10. Join staff and volunteers for a biological inventory of plants, amphibians, insects, trees, and more during Biodiversity Month at Fresh Pond (Cambridge)

11. Enjoy this Pops Concert & Picnic, featuring the New Philharmonia Orchestra (Chestnut Hill)

12. Turn out for the Dorchester Day Parade (Dorchester)

13. Take a stand against bullying at Boston’s first Anti-Bullying Walk & Roll-A-Thon (Dorchester)

14. It’s time for the monthly Down Syndrome Social Saturday Meetup for families and caregivers (Fitchburg)

15. A crafty trickster comes to life, drums tell stories from Polynesian folklore, musical instruments have conversations, and a viola sings a lullaby during Tunes, Tales, and Tricksters, an afternoon of classical music (Hyde Park)

16. Greet the goats, make a wool bracelet, cuddle a calf, enjoy farm storytime, collect chicken eggs, and more at Appleton Farms Hay Bale Hangout (Ipswich)

17. Take a free tennis lesson (Jamaica Plain)

18. Spend time with favorite dairy animals and enjoy the tasty treats they help produce during Dairy Day (Lincoln)

19. Touch-A-Truck to support the Special Olympics (Marlborough)

20. Follow the adventures of Snow White as she takes a peek at what happens through the looking glass during this free Spring Pantomime (Newburyport)

21. Bring a furry friend along to this Teddy Bear Picnic for activities, crafts, sing-a-longs, and laid back dining (North Andover)

22. Celebrate Spanish culture with storytelling, crafts, live music, and more at MusiFiesta! (Somerville)

23. More than 50 sites sites will open their doors to the public free of charge -- come explore Greater Boston’s hidden architecture in innovative woodshops and rooftop gardens, 300-year-old houses and Tiffany's stained glass adorned sacred spaces during Common Boston (Various Locations)