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Weekend Look Ahead: August 28th - August 30th


Published on 8/27/15 12:35 PM
Be sure to take advantage of these limited final summer weekends! Between fireworks, foodtrucks and fresh seafood, there's plenty going on this weekend in the Northeast that will be sure to keep your stomachs and your schedules full:

 

Rhode Island

There's no better way to end your summer than gathered up with friends and family on the lawn of the Newport Naval Station as you enjoy the live music and fireworks for this year's Salute to Summer Free Concert & Fireworks Show! Gates open at 4:00 PM this Saturday as Changes In Latitudes takes the stage at 5:00 PM and the fireworks kick off roughly around 7:00 PM. There is plenty of parking available on base, an interactive kids area, delcious food, and concessions throughout the venue. Be sure to get a good spot on the lawn for this end of the season spectacle!

 

  Friday Saturday Sunday
Weather Sunny Hi: 76F Lo: 62F Mostly Sunny Hi: 80F Lo: 67F Mostly Sunny, AM Showers Hi: 86F Lo: 71F
Wind WSW 8-10 kt SSW 10-12 kt gusts up to 16 kt W 12-14 kt gusts up to 20 kt
Swells 2ft  SE 1-2ft ESE 3-4 ft SW

 

 
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 Boston

 

 

Don't let the summer's heat get to you this weekend! Enjoy a refreshing cocktail while you cool off at the Summer ICE BLOCK Party at Frost Ice Loft this Friday through Sunday. While it's supposed to be a scorcher in the city this weekend, it will be a cool 21 degrees inside the Frost Ice Loft. Jackets are provided at the door so stop by and mix things up from the typical beach bar! Doors open at Noon and festivities continue on until 10 PM on Friday and Saturday.   

 

  Friday Saturday Sunday
Weather Sunny Hi: 79F Lo: 67F Mostly Sunny Hi: 84F Lo: 67F Sunny, chance of AM showers Hi: 86F Lo: 71F
Wind NW shifting to SE  4kt SSW 6-8 kt W around 8 kt
Swells 2ft , E 1ft , SE 1-2ft, ESE

 

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Cape Cod

 

 

This weekend, there will be no worries about the family agreeing on a place to eat! Enjoy the endless options available at this year's 3rd Annual Cape Cod Food Truck Festival this Saturday. With over twenty five different food trucks attending, this event will provide everyone an option they are guaranteed to love! From Jamaican to deep-fried and Mexican to seafood, you'll want a taste of it all! This mouth-watering event begins at Noon and goes all the way until sundown. For those beer lovers looking to compliment their meals with a delicious brew, starting at 3 PM is the Cape Cod Brew Fest! Whether you're with friends or family, this event is guaranteed to have something for everyone.  

 

  Friday Saturday Sunday
Weather Sunny Hi: 78F Lo: 66F Sunny Hi: 80F Lo: 71F Sunny, Chance of AM Rain Hi: 82F Lo: 71F
Wind WSW 8-10 kt, gusts up to 15 kt N 10-12 kt, gusts up to 17 kt E 12-14 kt, gusts up to 20 kt
Swells Around 1-2ft  1-2 ft Around 3 ft, SW

 

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 Long Island 

 

 

It's hard to beat the fresh seafood that comes from our great waters here in the northeast! This Saturday and Sunday the 24th Annual Long Island Seafood Festival will be held at the Long Island Maritime Museum. The Blue Island Oyster Company and Claws Seafood Market will be shucking and cracking all day for attendees looking to sample some of the most appetizing seafood the north Atlantic has to offer! With over ten different bands perfoming, you're sure to stay entertained for this sensational family event. This weekend, hop off the boat and come enjoy some live music and delectable cuisine!

 


  Friday Saturday Sunday
Weather Sunny Hi: 81F Lo: 67F Sunny Hi: 83F Lo: 70F Mostly Cloudy Hi: 82F Lo: 70F
Wind SSW 7 kt, picking up to 17 kt in PM SSW 14-16 kt, gusts up to 26 kt E 13-15 kt, gusts up to 18 kt
Swells Around 2ft SE Around 2ft SE 1-2ft SE

 

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Plymouth

 

 

Between bowflusters and jet drives, boating has become so easy! Imagine navigating the high seas with no GPS, no stabilizers and worst of all, no cold drinks! The Mayflower II is an exact replica of the historic schooner used by the brave British settlers who first landed on New England soil four hundred years ago. This weekend is your last chance of the season to educate yourself on the rich history of the Plymouth Plantation and learn all about the pilgrims who traveled across the Atlantic on the Mayflower. The Plymouth Plantation and Mayflower II are a great experience for the family with such an authentic feel throughout the whole village! If you're looking to mix things up a little this weekend, be sure to explore Plymouth Plantation for a guaranteed amazing time!

 
: Friday Saturday Sunday
Weather Mostly Sunny Hi: 75F Lo: 64F Mostly Sunny Hi: 81F Lo: 67F Cloudy, Chance of PM Showers Hi: 84F Lo: 71F
Wind NNE shifting to SW 9-11 kt in PM SSW 10 kt, PM gusts up to 20 kt E around 8-10 kt
Swells Around 1ft  Around 1ft  Around 1ft

 

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Before making any weekend plans, consult Dockwa to make your time on the water even more stress-free. As always, let us know if you have any questions or concerns, and stay tuned for future "Weekend Look Aheads", including our Southern regions!


 

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