Jun 20 - Aug 09, 2015

SeaWorld's Summer Nights

Cool down at SeaWorld with night-time happenings including an all-new Shamu show and experiencing roller coasters under the stars. 707 SeaWorld Drive. www.seaworldparks.com

Jul 04 - Aug 08, 2015

Harambe Nights

Immerse all of your senses in African culture and cuisine at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Watch “The Lion King" performance live andexperience a private party with special food and wine. www.disneyworld.disney.go.com

Jul 04, 2015

Independence Day

 Downtown Orlando’s Eola Park presents Fireworks at the Fountain for a grand display over the city. Fireworks begin around 9 pm. Lake Eola Park, downtown Orlando.

Jul 04, 2015

Red, Brick & Boom

Celebrate Independence Day at LEGOLAND Florida.  A brick flag build is planned and the fireworks display is made even more awesome with special viewing glasses that make the pyrotechnics look like millions of exploding bricks. Fireworks begin around 9 pm each night. www.florida.legoland.com

Jun 17 - Sep 27, 2015

Lafayette: An American Icon

The Boston Athenaeum is one of the city’s largest and oldest membership libraries and its first museum of fine arts. Its collections include the personal library of George Washington and art by John Singer Sargent. This summer, see the exhibit “Lafayette: An American Icon,” which focuses on the famous French marquis, American sympathizer and friend of George Washington, through paintings, sculptures and engravings on loan from major museums including the Met and the Smithsonian. 10 1/2 Beacon St., Boston, 617.227.0270

May 18-20, 2015

Strictly Ballet Web Series

The performance season may have ended this past weekend for the Miami City Ballet School, but the pliés and tondues will continue in the web series, “Strictly Ballet.” The Teen Vogue series is in its second season, after spending last year showcasing the rigorous dance program at the School of American Ballet in New York City.

Jul 11 - Aug 29, 2015

Family Film Festival at Prudential Center

Got a free Saturday night? Stop by the Prudential Center's South Garden for free screenings of favorite, family-friendly movies. This summer: "The Boxtrolls," July 11; "Frozen," July 18; "Big Hero Six," July 25; "UP," Aug. 1; "Paddington," Aug. 8; "Ratatouille," Aug. 15; "Toy Story," Aug. 22; "Despicable Me," Aug. 29. Screenings begin at sunset. Raindate is following Wednesday.

Jun 26 - Dec 31, 2015

Huzzah! Tavern Nights

Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum host an 18th-century tavern experience on second and fourth Friday evenings. Festivities run the colonial gamut from music and games to hearty food to historical drinks, which make for a merry environment for anyone who might show up, say perhaps, characters like Paul Revere and Samuel Adams. June through October, 8-10 pm. November through May, 7-9 pm. Tickets: $40.50-$45. 306 Congress St., 617.338.1773, www.bostonteapartyship.com

May 07 - Sep 17, 2015

Boston Calling Block Party

Dewey Square on the Rose Kennedy Greenway and Summer Street Plaza both host this series of concerts featuring local musicians and bands. Summer Street Plaza concerts June 3, July 1, Aug. 5 and Sept. 2, 5-8 pm. Dewey Square concerts every Th 5-8 pm. Free, but must be age 21 or older to enter. Cash bar. Dewey Square, Atlantic Avenue at Summer Street; Summer Street Plaza, Summer Street at Washington Street. www.facebook.com/bostoncallingblockparties

May 13 - Dec 31, 2015

Elizabeth Bull's Wedding Dress at Old State House

Boston's historic Old State House museum reaches out to style mavens with the colonial era's first-ever high-fashion gown. Boston fashionista Elizabeth Bull's personally designed and hand-embroidered silk dress was inspired by 18th-century European fashion trends and is now on display. 206 Washington St., Boston, 617.720.1713, www.bostonhistory.org