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It’s All About the BO(O)ston Suburbs This Weekend!

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There’s so much fall fun happening in the Boston suburbs…

 

The Boston suburbs are the place to be this fall. Get out, start exploring and don’t miss these family-friendly events and activities, sure to give you a taste of these popular towns. 

 

 

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Newton

Visit the Harvest Fair from 10am-5pm on Saturday and Sunday to decorate pumpkins, explore local crafters and artists fair and enjoy local cuisine with live music. There will be carnival rides on Saturday and a kiddie section on Sunday.

 

 

Natick

The Natick Community Organic Farm is hosting a free tour on Sunday from 2:30pm-3:30pm. Kids can learn about and visit with farm animals, then go on a guided tour of the farm.

 

 

Milton

Pumpkin Fest is 10am-5pm on Saturday—and it’s a popular one! About 2,000 visitors descend on the festival for all things pumpkin—pumpkin mini golf, pumpkin carving, pumpkin games, a pumpkin-themed scavenger hunt and more.

 

 

Westwood

Visit St. John’s Nursery School’s PumpkinFest from 10am-2pm on Saturday. It’s a great chance to see the school while enjoying a petting zoo, face painting, inflatables, games and snacks.

 

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Sudbury

Don’t miss the Halloween party at Loring Elementary School happening from 3pm-4pm on Sunday. Bring your costume and come prepared for face painting, games, live music and loads of Halloween fun. Admission is $10. 

 

 

Concord

Walden Woods is hosting a Thoreau-inspired family fun day on Saturday from 10am-2pm. There will be fall activities for kids plus pumpkin-decorating, fresh apple cider and other attractions.

 

 

Hingham

Raise money for cancer and have fun as a family during the 6th Annual Emily Fahey 5K on Saturday. The family-friendly 5K starts at 8am and post-run activities including music and refreshments go through 1pm. 

 

 

Lexington

Visit Cary Library for storytime for kids 5 and under. Stories start at 9:30am and run for about one hour. Immediately after, there will be a building session for kids ages 2-8. 

 

 

Arlington

Steve Songs from PBS Kids is putting on a kids’ concert at 10:30am on Saturday. Admission is $12 for adults and $10 for kids. 

 

 

Marblehead

Check out the Pumpkin Decorating Festival from 12:30pm-2:30pm on Sunday. Swing by, decorate pumpkins, dance to live music, get your face painted and enjoy other family-friendly activities. Admission is $15 per child and includes all activities.

 

 

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