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A summer of freebies for foodies & more

1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

Summer always goes by too quickly in New England. Take full advantage of the nice weather with a little help from these local freebies and events in the city over the next few weeks.
Free hot dogs from Kayem Foods 100 Summer St.
Tuesday
Kayem Foods will be giving out 3,000 free hot dogs from noon to 3 p.m. on Tuesday outside 100 Summer St. As the official hot dog of the Boston Red Sox, Kayem is celebrating summertime baseball with fans next week with a free lunch and a visit from Wally the Green Monster. Pat Patriot and Blades the Bruin may also be making an appearance since Kayem is also...
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