Plan your perfect weekend in suburbia—start here!
There’s so much to do in the Boston suburbs this weekend. Start with this roundup and get ready to explore like a local.
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Enjoy live music, dancing, face painting, inflatables, bouncy houses and other attractions during Greek Fest, taking place Friday through Sunday.
Newton Community Farm’s Fall Festival is Sunday from 11am to 3pm. Visit the farm for a fun-filled day of games, music, kids activities and food.
Weezie’s Garden for Children is hosting hands-on activities for families from 11am to 11:30am Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Admission is required, and there’s tons to do after the hands-on session.
Concord will be turned into a town-wide music festival from 1pm to 5pm this Saturday. The event is free and more than 24 musical acts will be performing.
There’s an antique and classic car show in Weston from 8am to 3pm on Saturday.
Tour Weir River Farm via wagon during the venue’s annual fall festival, taking place from 10am to 3pm on Saturday. The South Shore International Festival is also taking place at Hingham Shipyard at 11am.
Westcott Mercantile’s Cushing Square Fall Festival is 11am to 4pm on Saturday. There will be rides, food trucks, kid’s crafts, a petting zoo, beer garden and more.
Visit Spy Pond Park for a day of family fun on Saturday. Live music begins at 10am and is accompanied crafts and games for kids of all ages.
The Marblehead Farmers Market is 9am to 12pm on Saturday. Swing by for fresh local produce, baked goods and more.
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