There’s no better way to spend the weekend than exploring the ‘burbs…
Check out these family-friendly events in the Boston suburbs this weekend. These are great opportunities to get out and explore suburbia like a real local. Want to check out other towns? Get in touch and we’ll help you strategize!
The West Suburban YMCA’s Angino Fall Festival is from 2pm-4pm on Sunday. There will be train rides, pumpkin decorating, crafts, inflatables, face painting and more. Costumes are welcome!
Sunday is all about OWLS at the Blue Hills Trailside Museum. Visit the Owl Festival at 10am for owl encounters, art, conservation info, food trucks, crafts and more. Admission is $8 for non-members.
Get a head start on Halloween by trunk-or-treating in Concord from 4:30pm-5:30pm on Sunday. Meet at the Beede Center Parking Lot with your candy bag in hand!
Land’s Sake’s Fall Farm Fest is 12pm-4pm on Saturday. Swing by and celebrate fall with live music, seasonal food and activities for kids.
Grab your costumes and head to Sharon for a Halloween parade followed by trunk-or-treating from 3:30pm-5pm on Sunday. Meet at Lake Massapoag!
Celebrate Halloween with Weir River Farm’s animals during Boo in the Barnyard from 10am-2pm on Saturday. Families will enjoy pumpkin games, spooky crafts and even hands-on scarecrow-building.
Cohasset Village will be transformed into Trick or Treat Village from 1pm-3pm on Saturday. Follow the balloons to find the treats…and don’t forget your costumes.
Bring your kids to Lexington’s Halloween Parade from 10am-11:30am on Saturday. The fun starts at Buckman Tavern — be sure your kids bring musical instruments to play as they march! The event will also be hosting a canned food drive so grab a few non-perishables to share.
Decorate your own sugar skull or coffin box at ArtBeat from 10am-6pm on Saturday or Sunday in honor of Día de Muertos. Admission is $20 per person. Or, get tickets to see Alex the Jester at 10:30am on Saturday.
Ever wonder what it would be like to play Quidditch? Well, now you can find out, during the Swampscott Public Library’s Harry Potter Halloween Party. It takes place from 10:30am-3:30pm and all ages are welcome.
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