Dell Technologies Championship – August 30-September 4. Watch your favorite golfers compete in the tour’s second playoff event while the little ones play in the new Kids Zone, where they can design their own golf balls and meet local sports team mascots. Tickets start at $35; passes available. TPC Boston in Norton, MA.
Free Weekend-Long Lawn Party – September 1-4. Head over to The Lawn On D for a weekend full of art, living statues, street performers, and live music!
Gloucester Schooner Festival – September 1-3. Annual festival featuring numerous schooners and fun for the whole family. 23 Harbor Loop, Gloucester, MA.
The Vineyard Artisan Festival – September 1-3. The 21st Annual Vineyard Artisan Labor Day Festival. Great food and music, $2 parking fee helps support scholarship fund for the arts. Free admission, hay rides. Grange Hall, West Tilbury.
King Richard’s Faire – September 2-October 22. New England’s largest and longest running Renaissance Festival kicks off its 35th season on August 31. Tucked away on 80 acres of enchanted forest in Carver, MA, King Richard’s Faire is a full day of live, interactive entertainment for all ages. 235 Main St., Carver.
“Fun and Games at Sea” Aboard the USS Constitution – September 3 – 5. Onboard the U.S. Navy’s oldest commissioned warship, sailors will offer a unique view of how the crews of old passed (what little) free time they had aboard. Charlestown Navy Yard.
Marlborough Labor Day Parade – September 4. Marlborough has a proud tradition of hosting the largest and most prestigious Labor Day Parade in New England! The parade begins at Pleasant and Lincoln Streets, Marlborough .