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Burlington Mall Unveils Activities from May to October

The Burlington Mall is well known as a premier shopping and dining destination. Now with renovations including the open air recreation area “The Park” the Burlington Mall has announced an extensive calendar of programming activities between May and October.

The Park features multi-use event areas with swings, lawn games, a bocce ball court, a Little Free Library, a bike rack, and intimate seating areas with fire tables. The Park has also been designed to manage rainwater with pervious areas and a rain garden, benefiting the environment by filtering groundwater.

Spring programming kicks off with fitness classes in partnership with Burlington Parks & Recreation. The Stretch & Sweat program will run from May to August and include Zumba, Sunset Yoga and Hip-Hop classes and Thursday night cornhole league with Boston Cornhole from June to October. The league is free to join, and weekly prizes will be awarded for the top two teams.

As the summer goes on, further programming and additional cost-free events such as Jammin With You children’s music sessions and StoryWalk at The Village at Burlington Mall will take place. Most activities at the mall will be free to attend.

“We’ve worked tirelessly to connect with several community partners and create an activities calendar that we are sincerely excited to share with shoppers,” says Sheila Hennessy, Director of Marketing and Business Development at Burlington Mall. “In addition to our retailers and dining options, we want Burlington Mall to be a destination for activity, connection, and fun. We think The Park is the perfect place to make that happen.”

The Park at Burlington Mall is prepared to be the hub for hosting enticing activities for friends and the entire family. From outdoor fitness to cultural performances and destination special/pop-up events, shoppers will enjoy a myriad of programs. It’s the start of an eventful remainder of 2023, with The North Face opening recently and Psycho Bunny and H&M to follow later this year.