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Page 14 POST-GAZETTE, JUNE 24, 2011 Colobrat00 00t,00pt 00lence ay in 00oston For a complete list of activities log onto WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29 TM Noon-12:30pm - Opening Ceremony, West End of Faneuil Hall Marketplace. Celebrate our 30 m Anniversary! or (617-523-1300), www. bostonharborfest, com. Noon-12:45pm - Explore the Grounds of the State House -- The State House, Secretary of the Commonwealth, Tours Division (617-727- 3676), Beacon Street at Park Street. Meet at Tour Desk on the second floor. A guided tour of exterior gardens and statuary of the historic Bulfinch State House. Reservations requested / sec / trs. Noon-2pm - Re-enact the Boston Tea Party Aboard the LIBERTY CLIPPER (617-742-0333) Central Wharf at the New England Aquarium. Raid a British ship with the Sons of Liberty. Throw tea in the Harbor and fire the cannonsl Reserva- tions required, Noon-4pm - 1811 Overture: l Prelude to War! USS Constitution Museum, Charlestown Navy Yard, Charlestown (617-426-1812). Prepare for life at sea and the War of 1812 with hands-on exhib- its and interactive programs. Admission by donation, 12:15pm-lpm - Midweek Prayer, King's Chapel (617-227-2155 x2). Comer of Tremont and School Streets. Worship in the colonial church frequented by Patriots and Tories (Loyalists) dur- ing the Revolution. Ipm-4pm - Two if by Sea: Family Fun. Old North Church (617-523-4848), 193 Salem Street, North End. Hear the story of the famous lanterns and make a paper lantern to take home. Admis- sion $2 per family, THURSDAY, JUNE 30 TM 10am-3pm - 17 th Annual Children's Day. On the Plaza at City Hall (617-227-1528). Fun and festivities with jugglers, face painters, Wayne Pot- ash and the Music Fun Band and more!,, SATURDAY, JULY 2 NO 11am-Noon - The British are Coming! Boston Harborfest (617-227-1528) Long Wharf. The Redcoats invade the city! Soldiers arrive by sea and march up King (State) Street to the Boston Common. SUNDAY, JULY 3 RD I lam-6pm - 30 th Annual Chowderfest. On the Plaza at City Hall, rain or shine (617-227-1528). Sample clam chowder from some of New England's best restaurants. Vote for your favor- itel Admission Fee. MONDAY, JULY 4 TM 9am-10am - Flag Raising Ceremony and Pa- rade. At the flag pole on the Plaza at City Hall. Follow the parade to the Granary Burial Ground and then to the Old State House. 2pm-4:30pm - McAlister Drive in Concert. On the Plaza at City Hall, (617-227-1528), folk, soul and pop with a rock edge. mcalisterdrive. 8pm-llpm - Fourth of July Concert on the Esplanade, sponsored by Liberty Mutual Boston's Fourth of July (888-484-7877), Keith Lockhart conducts the Boston Pops Orchestra with the Fire- works spectacular, 10am-4pm - 1811 Overture: A Prelude to War! USS Constitution Museum, Charlestown Navy Yard, Charlestown (617-426-1812), Pre- pare for Life at Sea and the War of 1812 with hands-on exhibits and interactive programs. Admission by donation. www. ussconstitutionmuseum, org. FRIDAY, JULY I sT Noon-2pm - Rico Barr & the Jump 'n' Jive Review, On the Plaza at City Hall (617-227-1528) New England's Premier Dance Band play. Con- temporary and Classic Swing, ULTIMATE ITALIAN ZOMFORT FOOD & AUTHENTIC ITALIAN ENERTAINMENT REFLECTING THE HEART OF ITALY WKND FESTA Uncle Floyd, ILiguri, Dancing, Bocce Tournament & more S " 3 &u