Even though the Summer Solstice is the longest day of the year and the first day of summer, it doesn't tend to be the warmest for those of us in the East. The Humidity factor has not yet kicked in and we know that it will happen later in July. With the start of the summer this weekend, there are a lot of events that will to kick off the summer with a bang. With the exception of the fourth of July, this weekend tends to have more events going on than any other weekend during the summer. With this many activities available the Teachers and Educators who are also beginning their summer this weekend have a lot of options available to them for the start of their well deserved summer break.
The weather forecast looks very promising right now, so from Maine to Connecticut it’s time to let the “Good Times Roll”
We did get our picnic in today for National Picnic Day at Stanley Park in Westfield Ma before the rain started.