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Most of us will enjoy a nice long holiday weekend due to Labor Day and while many of us have cookout or party plans, there are a bunch of things you can do sans cookout. While we will have some showers on Sunday, the outlook for Monday is sunny and warm. So what to do? Banks, businesses and some stores will be closed, but there are planty of places you can go to enjoy the day. Take a peek below and add any other events you know of in the comments! Have a great long weekend everyone!

Boston Seaport Beer Run – This guided running tour is a regular event, but Labor Day weekend is the perfect time to get a bunch of friends together. After jogging through some of the city’s historic attractions, the group will wind up back at the Harpoon Brewery for a tour and chilled pints. Start your Saturday right, friends. Sept. 3, 10 a.m. $45. Harpoon Brewery, 306 Northern Ave., South Boston.

Somerville Flea – If spring is the season for cleaning, the rest are all for accumulating. The Somerville Flea is a vintage and artisan market, with vendors selling everything from collectible items to Japanese shaved ice. To sweeten the deal, it’s located right off of the Red Line in Davis Square. Sept. 4, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Free. Davis Square, Somerville.

Marlborough Labor Day Parade – Labor Day weekend wouldn’t be complete without a good old-fashioned parade,and what better place to hold one than Marlborough? Celebrating its 66th year, the procession of floats, marchers, flags, and bands claims to be the largest and most prestigious Labor Day parade in New England. Judge for yourself. Sept. 4, noon. Free. Lincoln Street, Marlborough.

New England Revolution Game – Whether you’re a diehard soccer fan or just fell in love with the sport (and Neymar) during the Rio Olympics, you may want to check out this game. The New England Revolution play the Colorado Rapids at Gillette Stadium, so show your support. Sept. 3, 7:30 p.m. $26-$70. Gillette Stadium, 1 Patriot Place, Foxborough.

Starlabfest VII – The outdoor music and arts festival is back for a seventh year to showcase local bands, comedians, and artists (see the lineup here). High Energy Vintage is curating an accompanying flea market, Bit Bar Salem is bringing a pop-up arcade, free food will be served, and those 21+ folks can get beer and wine. (Saturday, September 3 from 12 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Union Square, Somerville; $12 presale or $15 at the door; all ages)

Labor Day festival  – September 4, 2017 28 miles north The Bread & Roses Heritage Festival presents music, theater, dance, and puppets on three stages, and it has vendors of food, arts & crafts, and merchandise in downtown Lawrence. Free.