Bring you leftover Halloween pumpkins (if the squirrels haven’t devoured them yet) down to Pageant Field in Quincy this Saturday for their Punkin Chunkin event! For $5 each, you can launch your pumpkin into the air courtesy of Troop 6’s trebuchet and giant sling shot.
Overloaded with sweets after Halloween? You can sell your candy back for prizes, coupons and money! The candy is sent to troops overseas so they can have a treat and a taste of home. These offers have a short window, most end by November 4th, but a few go a little longer. So save your favorites and give the rest to the troops!
Whether you’re planning a party to celebrate a birthday, anniversary, graduation or holiday, the cake is so important! But where to get that perfect cake? We’ve rounded up a list of super talented local bakers that can whip up the creation you need!
Mamasteph travels to schools and libraries across the South Shore to entertain her audiences. Her shows are generally free, but may require reservations depending on the venue. Here’s where you can find her from October through December!
Big Joe the Storyteller puts on a great show for kids of all ages! A former preschool teacher, he has a huge collection of stories, puppets and props to keep his audience smiling and laughing. In addition to performing at private parties and events, he visits local libraries and other venues with his special brand of entertainment. Here’s where you can find Big Joe this fall!
One of our favorite ways to spend a family fun-day together is to take the kids to get lost (and eventually found) in a local corn maze! Many farms incorporate fun activities and games into their mazes, and also have loads of other activities on site to keep everyone busy for hours. Kids can shoot corn cannons, ride pedal karts, jump on giant bounce pillows, race rubber ducks, go on a hay ride and much more. Check out our list of local farms!