Boston is looking for proposals for sort of outdoor recreational pop ups that could take place during your basic Boston winter.
The Mayor's Office of New Urban Mechanics and the the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University are looking for "ideas for playful, temporary design installations and events throughout Boston this winter." A bit of cash is involved:
Projects could provide inclusive performances, interactive play, or civic art that incorporates winter elements. Additionally, applicants will be encouraged to submit projects that reduce stress, build lifelong learning skills, and support responsive relationships. Two projects will be selected. Each project must be temporary, implemented by early February 2019, and meet a budget of $5,000.
Ed. note for newcomers: During the infamous Winter of 2015, when people were jumping out of their second-floor windows, Hizzonah announced at a press conference that "This isn't Loon Mountain!"