This weekend is jam-packed with amazing activities in the Boston suburbs
Live like a local this weekend at these family-friendly weekend events and activities happening all over the Boston suburbs!
Visit Lookout Farm this weekend for pick-your-own fun, face painting, and kid-friendly activities from 10am-5pm on Saturday and Sunday.
Interact with nature and enjoy storytime and a musical play hour at the Native Plant Trust from 10:30am-11:30am on Saturday.
Carver Hill Orchard is open for pick-your-own tomatoes, peaches, squash and peppers this weekend. It’s open daily from 9am-5pm.
Ward’s Berry Farm is hosting pick-your-own flowers, potatoes, berries and peaches this weekend. Check their website for each day’s hours.
Weir River Farm’s Summer Preschool Explorers series is 9:15am-10:15am on Thursday. Kids can collect chicken eggs, learn about animals and farm life and listen to stories.
Wilson Farm’s free Tomato Fest is 11am-4pm on Saturday and Sunday.
There’s a family-friendly pop-up beer garden at the Cyrus Dallin Art Museum from 12pm-7pm on Saturday. Enjoy local music, food and, of course, drink specials.
Bring your favorite teddy to Stone Zoo for a teddy bear check-up from 10am-3pm on Saturday. While you’re there, visit the petting zoo from 11am-5pm and check feeding times for various animals.
The Antique & Classic Boat Festival is Saturday and Sunday and includes boat tours, activities and live music.
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