There will be nine custom patio areas in total, with a pavilion, and those sites will host an array of public attractions. The city and Berkshire Bank are behind the temporary transformation.
The attractions will include a beer garden courtesy of the Wachusetts Brewing Co.; an ice cream concern via Honeycomb Creamery; a mobile library from the Boston Public Library; “picnic promotions” from the Boston Public Market; and miniature golf.
And Shultz’s Guest House, a rescue operation out of Dedham, will bring puppies by every Wednesday, too.
There will also be pop-up events and vendors. Hours will vary for the Patios, but it looks now like they will be open every day starting in a couple of weeks.
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