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Long weekend fun

Posted by Courtney Hollands  May 26, 2011 04:32 PM

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T minus one day until the long weekend. Hours of sun stretch before you — time to make some Memorial Day plans, friends.

First things first: Check out our weekend event picks. And, find local Memorial Day parades and remembrances in our calendar.

If you're planning a barbecue, take a spin through the grill guide for recipes, tips, and more. Impress your guests with cool and practical cookout gear, too. Or, ditch the backyard and try one of these lofty rooftop bars or decks around the city.

Looking to enjoy the outdoors? Here are some ideas:

- Nature accessible by public transportation
- Also, check out beaches by the T
- Ten family-friendly hikes in New England
- Great local bike rides
- Heck, here's the entire summer guide

Have a great weekend, all!

[Yoon S. Byun/Globe Staff]

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