FORUM Fall 2017 Vol. 50 Issue 1 | Page 4

1 Explore Boston: the Walking City Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall Red Sox Games and Fenway Park Come October, Fenway is still alive and hopping with Red Sox buzz. Whether you go for a game or simply stop by for a sausage, fall in Fenway is a fun experience for locals and visitors alike. 3 2 Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall were historically used as meeting places for discussion and trade. Now they are a place to meet and have a quick meal. Quincy Market is a hall lined with food on either side and Faneuil Hall has stalls showcasing all the sweets and Boston gear you can imagine. 4 The Boston Common and Public Garden 5 The Boston Common and Public Garden are two of Boston’s largest green spaces. They are great scenic spots for running, walking or simply enjoying the day. The Boston Public Garden is home to the bench featured in the film “Good Will Hunting,” the Make Way for Ducklings sculpture, and the George Washington statue, which was the inspiration for the Conference logo. Downtown Crossing Downtown Crossing is home to Boston’s theater district as well as some of its b