On the grounds surrounding the Lakeville Public Library, vendor tents and the entertainment stage created a beautiful setting for the many people that enjoyed this small festival. Although it had a very local feel, the artisans displaying their crafts traveled distances to be there and…
In the midst of a stormy couple days and the threat of rain on Saturday the 29th, Nick P. and the board decided to keep the AutumnFest outside and the people agreed. A large turnout enjoyed the cool but dry day with lots of vendors,…
The Rodman Ride for Kids raised over $5.9 million under cloudy, and sometimes rainy skies Saturday, Sep. 29. But the enthusiasm and desire to make a difference was still evident in those riding. These are photos of the 50-mile ride through Bridgewater around the 33…
October 7 (Tuesday)New Bedford
New Bedford Seaport Chowder Festival
Downtown New Bedford
Custom House Square • (508) 990-2777
Enjoy chowders and kale soups made by over 30 of the finest southcoast restaurants. Live music and kid's activities. Fee.
9:00 AM to 5:00 PMwww.downtownnb.org
November 4 (Tuesday)Duxbury
Sunday Afternoon Concerts
Art Complex Museum
189 Alden Street • (781) 934-6634
A popular tradition. The Zefira Trio, violin, cello and piano. Free. Limited seating.
November 30 - December 2 (Sunday - Sunday)Quincy
Quincy Christmas Parade and Festival
Quincy Recreation Dept • (617) 376-1394www.quincyma.gov
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