5 Things to do in the Canton Area This Weekend
A roundup of what's happening in town and surrounding areas.
It's Thursday, and you say you've got no plans this weekend?
No problem, we're here to help. Below is a roundup of what's happening in and around town this weekend, Friday through Sunday.
Where/When: Halfway Cafe; Saturday, Sept. 8: 9 p.m.
Why Go: Check out live music with the Bill McGoldrick Duo and try a great selection of craft beer.
Price: Free to attend.
Where/When: American Legion Post 24, Canton; Friday, Sept. 7: 8 p.m.
Why Go: Tune up those vocal cords and take part in this week's Karaoke Night, which runs at the American Legion Post 24 on Friday nights from 8 p.m. - 12 a.m.
Where/When: 75 Mill St, Hanover; Saturday, Sept. 8: 1 p.m.
Why Go: BlumShapiro, New England’s largest regional accounting, tax and business consulting firm, will sponsor the 10th annual South Shore Hospital Friends of Growing Families Stroll for the Goal Fun Day. This yearly event helps support South Shore Hospital’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and pediatric care.
Where/When: 1175 Soldiers Field Rd, Boston; Saturday, Sept. 8: 2:30 p.m.
Why Go: The Barefoot Wine Beach Rescue Project helps keep beaches, rivers and lakes across America “barefoot friendly.” In 2012, Barefoot Wine and the Surfrider Foundation, along with community volunteers, are embarking on a tour of 25 cleanups nationwide, stopping in Boston. Following the cleanup, volunteers 21 and older are invited to attend a Surfrider-hosted celebration featuring Barefoot Wine and surf-inspired fare. To RSVP and find out more information visit BeachRescue2012.com.
Where/When: 671 High St, Dedham; Saturday, Sept. 8: 2 p.m.
Why Go: Interested in exposing your children to music lessons but you are not sure what instruments best fits them? At the Dedham School of Music's Instrument Petting Zoos, children and adults will have the opportunity to listen to and play a variety of instruments, including guitar, piano, strings, woodwinds, and brass. Come and enjoy an instrument demonstration and performance of our outstanding faculty.