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.
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.
The East Bridgewater Commercial Club will be celebrating their 75th anniversary with a Family fun day!
.Featuring “Diva’s with a Twist” which is a great family friendly dance band. There will be games, food and lots of fun! There will be a Touch-A-Truck, water games, tug of war, many more games, and food!
Braintree After School program will be holding the 5th annual fun filled Touch-A-Truck event sponsored by on Saturday June 17th from 10-1 at the Bay shore athletic /RMV parking lot.
Entrance fee of $5.00 per person or $20 per family.
There will be a helicopter, face painting, movable rock wall, bungee trampoline, Justin Bieber, Shawn Mendes, and Cold Play concert tickets to raffle off, characters and much much more! Come on out and support Braintree After School Enrichment program while enjoying the day with your family and friends!
Abingtonians will be gathering at Island Grove and other places on Flag Day Weekend to kick off the summer with a Town wide celebration June 9th to June 11th.
This unforgettable weekend is one you and your family will not want to miss. The “Abington Celebrates” committee has planned a number of events to celebrate Flag Day/Founder’s Day weekend. June 10th will mark the town’s 305th anniversary so included in this year’s events will be several that were popular during the Tricentennial Celebration back in 2012.
Kicking off the festivities on Friday evening, June 9th will be a “Kick-Off Cook Out” sponsored by the United Church of Christ in Abington located at 10 Bedford St. Families will enjoy DJ music, face painting, raffles, history exhibit and free food (donations suggested).
On Saturday, June 10th, the morning kicks off with a free 5K Fun Run at 8:30 a.m. starting at Beaver Brook Elementary School. The run is open to all ages and no preregistration required. Commemorative T-shirts available for a $10 donation.
Following the Fun Run will be a Kids’ Fishing Derby starting at 9:00 a.m. on Central Street (across the Town Barn). Open to all children ages 5-14 (must be accompanied by an adult). Bait, hooks, bobbers supplied. Prizes for longest fish per age group.
By Saturday afternoon, Island Grove will be the place to be. The Civil War Encampment is back by popular demand and the re-enactors will be conducting Civil War exercises and demonstrations throughout the day. The Cub Scouts will have scouting demonstrations and Joe’s Craz-zy Critters will be there from 1:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
As suppertime approaches, folks will want to stop by the Polish Club at 55 Wales Street from 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. to enjoy “Pizza Pandemonium” sponsored by the HUG Foundation.
Later Saturday evening, everyone will want to return to Island Grove as the sun begins to set to watch the enchanted sight as Memorial Bridge becomes illuminated with over two hundred luminaries. The Civil War campsites will be also be aglow with lanterns for a magical candlelight tour while the strains of toe-tapping music can be heard from “Shades of Gray”.
On Sunday, June 11th, folks can start their day at 8:30 a.m. at the American Legion on Washington St. with a “Pancake Breakfast” sponsored by the Abington Lions Club. There will also be a “Firefighter Memorial Service” at 10:00 a.m. at the flagpoint on the point at Island Grove Park with a “Sunday Morning Church Service” immediately following by the United Church of Christ in Abington.
Beginning at noon at the Police Station on Central Street, the Abington Police Department, Abington Fire Department and Department of Public Works will be sponsoring a “Touch a Truck / See a Car” activity with music by The Corvairs! There will also be “Open House” at the Abington Police Station.
Mark your calendars for this fun-filled weekend!
The Joshua Kaye Foundation will be hosting a family fun day and touch a truck on Sunday May 21st from 11am-3pm in the parking lot of former Cardi Furniture Food, Music & Fun for the Whole Family!!
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*Meet and interact with police officers & firefighters
*Free carnival games*, live music & performances
2pm- Red Sox World Series Trophy visit!!!
11:30am- Big Joe the Storyteller
***1000 Rubber Dolphin Drop – win $1000!!!***
Vendors, Food Trucks Admission: $3 per person/$15 per family
180 Pearl St, Braintree- formerly Cardi’s Furniture