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End of Summer Bucket List

Summer's End

As the weather begins warming up each spring, we all begin anticipating all the things we want to do during the summer. Now, as we’re entering mid-August, our summer days are unfortunately winding down. So think back to what you said you were going to do this summer. How much of it did you actually get around to doing? I know work and other obligations can get in the way, but its good to try to take advantage of the last few weeks of summer we have left. Here are some things that you’ll be able to do on fairly short notice on your days off.

Plan a Day Trip

whether it be Martha’s Vineyard, Block Island, Newport, or elsewhere, go out and explore a new area

Have a Beach Day

dedicate an entire day to relaxing on the beach and working on that tan

Go to a Farmers Market

take advantage of the season and get the best produce while you still can

Have a Cookout

invite your friends and family over and grill up some burgers and dogs

Have a Fire

chill by the fire and maybe even roast some marshmallows

Go Kayaking or Paddle Boarding

learn a new outdoor water activity

Go to an Outdoor Concert

whether it be a big country concert or a low-key concert in New Bedford

Go on a Hike

choose one of the cooler days to get outside and enjoy some scenery, all while getting that exercise in

Go to a Brewery

relax and enjoy some beer and some sunshine

 

 

Erin Baker

Marketing Intern at Groundwork!
Erin is a senior at UMass Dartmouth pursuing a degree in Marketing. Residing in Acushnet, she loves spending her time in the wonderful area she grew up in, knowing it has so much to offer.

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