Fall is a perfect time to get out and start exploring
Kids are back to school and the Boston suburbs are in full swing. Check out these amazing family-friendly events and activities happening all weekend long and see what life could be like post-move.
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The Newton Farmers Market is open 9:30am-12:30pm on Saturday.
Bring the kids to the Wellesley Mothers Forum Fall Carnival from 10am-12pm on Saturday. There will be karaoke, an obstacle course, inflatables, face painting, a balloon show and more.
Explore Natick while listening to musical performances around town during PorchFest, taking place 2pm-6pm on Saturday.
Polo in the Country is 11am-4pm on Sunday—and there’s lots to do for all ages. Admission is $20/adults or $5/kids.
Go on a Family Owl Prowl at the Blue Hills Trailside Museum on Saturday from 7pm-9pm. Admission is $10 for non-members.
There’s a Greek Festival in Westwood on Saturday from 11am-9pm and Sunday from 12pm-8pm. Families will enjoy a kids area, Greek music, performances and, of course, great food.
The Colonial Cider Festival is Friday from 6pm-9:30pm. For a donation of $65, attendees will receive a pig roast BBQ, hayrides, country music, hours and a commemorative mug.
Check out Wayland Carnival Day, featuring free yoga for kids and other attractions from 12pm-4pm on Sunday.
The Community Harvest Celebration is Sunday at 3pm. There will be farm tours, a treasure hunt, children’s crafts, cider making, a farmers’ market and more.
Celebrate Arlington during the town’s ArtsArlington festival at 4pm on Saturday, and enjoy live music, a dance party and art tours.
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