Dad will stand out with these gifts from our online store Six & Main. | Graphic by 6AM City
Why buy your dad a boring gift when you can shop our online store (Six & Main) and find the perfect, most exciting present?
Surprise the father figure in your life with a gift that is sure to stand out. To assist in your search, we’ve created a gift guide featuring items from our store, as well as products we love from other popular brands.
From not-so-average outdoor chairs to floating sunglasses, it might be hard to just buy one gift. There’s something for every type of dad.
Foodie father If you really want to kick things up, spice up Dad’s next meal with this citrus habanero hot sauce by Sobremesa.
The homebody Freshen up your dad’s space with this Father’s Day 2-Pack For Him by the Wixology Candle Company. This candle set features the “Bourbon Neat” and “Nightcap” scents.
Dapper dad Who said dads can’t appreciate a good outfit? For the father who likes to keep it fashionable, check out this Agave button-down shirt by Block + Ink and golf shirt by Kennedy Gray.
Techie dad Give Dad a listening upgrade with the second generation AirPods Pro. Or help ease muscle soreness with the Theragun Mini 2.0. Plus, this portable neck fan will make everyone laugh — but catch Dad using it the very next day.
While this Father’s Day list is a great shopping guide, we’re working to grow our store, Six & Main, and would love to add more local vendors. If you know any local brands we should be promoting, let us know.
Red Sox vs. Cincinnati Reds | Wednesday, May 31 | 7:10 p.m. | Fenway Park, 4 Yawkey Way, Boston | $22+ | The first 7,500 fans attending this Sox game will get a 2013 World Series bobblehead.
Writing “Date Night” | Wednesday, May 31 | 6:30-8:30 p.m. | GrubStreet, 50 Liberty Dr., Boston | Free | Head to the Seaport creative writing center to put pen to paper and prioritize your writing.
Farmers Markets open for the Season | Wednesday., May 31-Monday, Nov. 20 | 12-6 p.m. | Various locations | Free | Local, seasonal food is back at Central Square, Copley Square, Davis Square, and Kendall Square Farmers Markets featuring dozens of local farmers and food businesses.*
Miss Lamplighter’s Queer Icons Drag Show | Thursday, June 1 | 7-10 p.m. | Lamplighter CX, 110 N. First St., Cambridge | $25 | Grab tickets in advance to see the Queer Icons edition of this brewery drag night.
Friday, June 2
Gimme Gimme Disco | Friday, June 2 | 6 p.m. | Boat Cruise Summer Series, 200 Seaport Ln., Boston | $60 | Get ready to hear lots of ABBA songs at this 21+ musical boat cruise — the boat departs promptly at 7 p.m.
“T": An MBTA Musical | Friday, June 2 | 9:30 p.m. | The Rockwell, 255 Elm St., Somerville | $23-$32 | Take a seat at this musical performance all about the city’s public transit organization.
Saturday, June 3
Red Bull: Cliff Diving | Saturday, June 3 | 10 a.m.-3 p.m. | Institute of Contemporary Art Boston, 25 Harbor Shore Dr., Boston | $0-$400 | Reserve a free ticket online (or opt for the VIP experience) to watch competitive divers leap into the Boston Harbor from the top of the ICA.
Shuttle buses are replacing MBTA Red Line service between JFK/UMass and North Quincy until tomorrow + from Monday, June 5-Thursday, June 8. Commuters can also expect shuttle buses to replace train service on the Green Line in early June. Stay on the right track with the full list of service changes.
Remnant Brewing Co. is opening a second location in Cambridge later this summer. The new space at the former home of Atwood’s Tavern will have a fully equipped kitchen. Read: the team plans to explore culinary creations to pair with the craft beers. (Mass Brew Bros)
The Smoke Shop BBQ is opening up shop in East Boston next month. The Jeffries Point spot will be the chain’s sixth location in the Boston area + the restaurant is hosting a job fair this afternoon at Assembly Row.
Need another gift idea for Father’s Day? The Red Sox will host a Father’s Day Out at Fenway Park on Sunday, June 18. Take a swing and submit a nomination for your father figure before Monday, June 5 — 10 dads will be selected and notified by Monday, June 12.
Kesha is bringing the “Gag Order Tour” to Boston on Wednesday, Nov. 1. Tickets to the MGM Music Hall performance go on sale to the general public this Friday, June 2. The presale is happening today from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Harpoon Brewery is adding brand new outdoor pickleball courts to the Seaport location this summer. The 306 Northern Ave. brewery hopes to have Bostonians drinking and dinking in time for the Fourth of July. While we wait for the grand opening, sign up to join a league.
Two wicked smaht Massachusetts children are competing in the Scripps National Spelling Bee this year. Fourth graders Tanoshi Inomata + Adarsh Venkannagari will compete among the 231 spellers in the competition, which concludes with the finals on Thursday, June 1.
Prepare to “Shake Your Groove Thing” at The Dial’s revamped patio space. The new Groove Garden in Cambridge will play live disco tunes beginning at 4 p.m. on the first Sunday of every month from June through September. (Boston Chefs)
Refinance rates are skyrocketing. But home equity rates remain relatively low — which means that now is a great time to borrow against your home. Calculate your payment.*
This local gathering spot is steps away from Time Out Market. | Photo provided by The Fenway
The Fenway neighborhood’s seasonal community space, The Station, opens for the summer tomorrow, June 1. Here’s a preview of what you’ll find at the repurposed gas station.
🛍️ Flea Market
The Original Markets vintage shopping experience returns June 4 and continues each Sunday through October. Stop by to shop from 30+ local small businesses, including pop-ups from Pon de Joy and the Slushy Lady.
🍷 Wine Garden
Sip to the grand opening of the Wine Garden, which also features seasonal spritzes and charcuterie, tomorrow at 4 p.m. Sake lovers can also check out a special tasting with the Koji Club on Tuesday, June 20.
🖼️ Art Gallery
Check out the closing ceremony for Don Claude’s current installation on Saturday, June 3. Later this summer, visit rotating exhibitions by creators from the Boston Arts Academy and Bay State Design Studio.