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Check Out the Boston Suburbs, Starting With THESE Events…

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Get out and explore suburbia with your entire crew!

 

One of the best ways to dig into the Boston suburbs? By hitting up community events and activities where you can mix and mingle with people who could be your neighbors in the not too distant future… 

 

Check out this roundup of local events happening all weekend long. Want to check out other towns? Get in touch and we’ll help you strategize the perfect weekend in the ‘burbs. 

 

Newton

Burn off some energy at Jump n’ Slide’s 3-in-1 playground this weekend. Walk-ins are always welcome and Unlimited Fun Passes are $15. The play space is ideal for ages 1-5.

 

Needham

Learn about Native American culture at the Needham Free Public Library from 2:30pm-3:30pm on Saturday. Larry Spotted Crow Mann will be visiting to tell stories to ages 4+.

 

Natick

Natick’s favorite play place, Jam Time, is bursting with fun for the whole family. Its open play hours on Saturday and Sunday are 9:30am-1:30pm, and kids will love its wooden climbing section, soft infant zone and ride-on toys.

 

Milton

Explore the Blue Hills Trailside Museum in Milton this weekend for some fresh air. It has a history museum, outdoor exhibits and fun attractions for kids, like nature bingo.

 

Swampscott
Check out the Swampscott Fall Festival on Saturday from 10am-4pm. Another place to snag amazing gifts, home goods and crafts? Made in 01907, a fine artisan fair showcasing handmade items by Swampscott artists and residents. 

 

Dedham

Paint ceramics at Plaster Fun Time from 10am-7pm on Saturday or 11am-6pm on Sunday. It gets new pieces every Thursday; prices start at $12.95.

 

Sudbury

Take a family pasta-making class at Duck Soup from 1pm-2pm on Sunday. Admission is $55 and includes one parent-child team. Get tickets.

 

Hingham

The Hingham Farmers Market’s season is almost over, so stop by from 9am-1pm on Saturday to shop for seasonal produce and artisanal goods. It’s at Hingham Bathing Beach.

 

Cohasset

Explore Holly Hill Farm’s free nature trails any time this weekend. A 17th-century working farm on 140 acres in Cohasset, it also sells fresh flowers, eggs, honey, produce and artisanal products.

 

 

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