TOPIC will hold its 41th annual POW WOW Saturday June 24th and Sunday June 25th at Borden Colony Gazebo in Raynham. The family friendly event will feature traditional Native American ceremonies, dancing, drum and song, numerous crafts and vendors, and education on the customs and life of Native American culture. Moms Shopping Survey Earn Amazon gift card and more
Come join us for a fun filled weekend for the whole family. Native Dancing, Singing, Drumming and More. Founded By Chief One Bear and in Honor of Chief One Bear!! Our Emcee will be Shane Long followed by our Host Drum: Black Hawk Singers. Also Turtle Moon Drum and Living Earth Singers, Bring a blanket and enjoy the day!!
Admission Adults-16 and older $5.00
New Location: The Borden Colony Gazebo
2254 King Philip St. Raynham,Ma 02767
The 3rd Annual South Shore Science Festival will be Saturday April 22nd offers a day of STEAM fun. Activities will engage kids in a student science showcase and innovative science workshops.
The student showcase will demonstrate hands-on and innovative approaches to science by kids and for kids.
The STEAM workshops include many activities from the first U.S. commercial railway to robots, including biotechnology games, writing interactive stories, programming Minecraft, science of sports and games, Lego activities, learn how your toys are made, nature studies, gemstones, climate change, movies, talks, and more!
The festival will be held in the morning and in the afternoon from 10 to 3, so please select the ticket that fits best your schedule (morning or afternoon). However, if you come in the morning, you may stay all day if there is enough room. Please only reserve either Morning or Afternoon to give the opportunity to others to attend.
To expedite your arrival on the day of the festival, please print the waiver form, review it, fill it out and sign it, then bring it on the day of the event. Alternatively, you can fill out the form on-site when you arrive.
Quincy Center for Innovation
180 Old Colony Avenue
Quincy, MA 02170
Each October, Papa Gino’s teams up with local fire departments to promote fire safety. The Fire Prevention Open House program, which has grown to include more than 100 fire stations throughout New England, demonstrates Papa Gino’s real commitment to the community. The company provides press and educational materials that fire stations can use during their school outreach programs. They also provide pizza and activity sheets during the stations’ open house events for the children who visit. In most locations, kids will have the opportunity to explore a safety house as well as check out the fire trucks.
This open house is held in recognition of National Fire Safety Month in October. Participants will receive safety tips, including “stop, drop and roll,” how to plan escape routes and how to crawl safely through a smoke-filled room. Papa Gino’s, the Dedham-based pizza chain, will also provide free pizza