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Middleboro Krazy Days & Touch a Truck 2017

Middleboro will be celebrating its Krazy Days festival on Friday August 4th and Saturday August 5th 10-5pm , another “Buy Local” initiative by Middleborough on the Move, a non-profit organization dedicated to the development of business and community in Middleboro. Middleboro Krazy Days  & Touch a Truck 2017

Live Entertainment will be on center stage all day each day. This year the committee is proud to bring the first Touch-A-Truck event to Krazy Days and will be featuring more crafters, vendors and food trucks than ever!
The festival features vendor booths showcasing arts, crafts, and food. Cultural events include hourly live entertainment by local talent. Enjoy creative, interactive and educational children’s activities. Shop local businesses for unique festival offerings! Fun for the entire family!

Brought to you by Middleborough on the Move with support from Middleborough Cultural Council.

Highland Foundation Free Fun Fridays Summer 2017 South of Boston and Beyond

The Highland Street Free Fun Fridays program invites you to visit a designated museum or attraction in the Boston area for free over during the summer of 2017. . This year, almost 85 museums and cultural venues will participate in the program, Beginning June 23th through August 25th, cultural venues will be open free-of-charge every Friday for 10 weeks this summer.

Lyric Stage Company of Boston
Mary Baker Eddy Library
The Sports Museum
Clark Art Institute
The Mount: Edith Wharton’s Home
Worcester Art Museum
Peabody Essex Museum
The Discovery Museums
Boston Children’s Museum
MIT Museum
Norman Rockwell Museum
Springfield Museums
Maritime Gloucester
New Bedford Whaling Museum
The Gardens at Elm Bank (Mass Hort)
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
New England Historic Genealogical Society
Ventfort Hall Mansion and Gilded Age Museum
Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center
Amelia Park Children’s Museum
Falmouth Museums on the Green
Pilgrim Hall Museum
Children’s Museum in Easton
The Hall at Patriot Place
Edward M. Kennedy Institute
The Metropolitan Waterworks Museum
Harvard Museums of Science & Culture
Larz Anderson Auto Museum
Provincetown Art Association and Museum
Edward Gorey House
Museum of Russian Icons
Cape Ann Museum
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Boston Athenæum
The Museum of the NCAAA
Fruitlands Museum, The Trustees
Spellman Museum of Stamps & Postal History
Lynn Museum
Hancock Shaker Village
Sandwich Glass Museum
JFK Presidential Library and Museum
Commonwealth Museum
Arnold Arboretum
The Eric Carle Museum
Berkshire Theatre Group
Historic Deerfield
Cape Cod Museum of Art
Wenham Museum
Tower Hill Botanic Garden
Commonwealth Shakespeare Company
Old State House
The Greenway Carousel
Fort Devens Museum
Children’s Museum at Holyoke
International Volleyball Hall of Fame
The Old Manse, The Trustees
JFK Hyannis Museum
Franklin Park Zoo
Fuller Craft Museum
Cape Cod Maritime Museum
Worcester Historical Museum
Griffin Museum of Photography
Fitchburg Art Museum
Jacob’s Pillow Dance
Smith College Museum of Art
Naumkeag, The Trustees
The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston
Old Sturbridge Village
Freedom Trail® Foundation
Buttonwood Park Zoo
Cape Cod Children’s Museum
Concord Museum
Berkshire Museum
Emily Dickinson Museum
Boston Harbor Islands National and State Park
USS Constitution Museum
Plimoth Plantation
Nantucket Whaling Museum
The Children’s Museum of Greater Fall River
Museum of African American History
Cape Cod Museum of Natural History
Heritage Museums & Gardens

Nelson Memorial Park and Splash Pad in Plymouth MA

  Nelson Memorial Park is a popular destination for many Plymouth residents and visitors with it recently  been renovated. . Families with child kids will enjoy the playground and picnic area.  There is  5,000-square-foot splash pad at Nelson Park is a refreshing place to cool off  on hot summer days , and features motion and push-button activated jets of water shooting in different directions off a cool rubberized surface. It’s fun & easy for kids to figure out how to get the water spraying and  bubbling up,  From toddlers to  tweens, the water  spray seems to attract a wide age group. 

Other features include a new small boat ramp and a bike path that follows the harbor to Hedge Road in North Plymouth   Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy  the spectacular ocean view  There is a concession stand nearby with ice cream  treats, basic lunch fare and bathrooms.   A portion of this land was given in memory of the Nelson family

There is a snack  stand nearby with ice  cream treats, simple lunch fare and the all-important bathrooms.

Nelson’s Beach Park

Nelson Street Waterfront area (North end of Water Street)

Plymouth , MA