Get Out! The Regional Weekend Planner
Lots of good community events this weekend.
MMAS and the New England Repertory Company presents The Gin Game by D. L. Colburn. Directed by Tom Hunter and featuring Beth Goldman of Norwood and Mike Kiernan of Sharon. The Gin Game is a Pulitzer Prize play and also received many Tony Award nominations. This is a drama and not recommended for children under the age of 16. MMAS will host a "talk back" with the actors and director after every performance for those who wish to stay.
Nick Rossi is playing at the Tavern in Wrentham 7 p.m. to close. Join the Tavern as he plays covers of all kinds, simulating every instrument, from drums to sax, violen to sitar and more.
Strawberry Moon Craft Fair at 10 a.m. Boutique style craft show with approx. 30 crafters and vendors with lovely displays for you to see! Handcrafted jewelry, Henna tattoos, sock monkeys, dollclothes, homemade jams, chocolate, and sooo much more. Visit with Annette Eddy at the show. Annette is from Dedham and makes lovely handmade aprons. What a perfect gift! Or maybe just for you. Plenty of free parking, door prizes and something for everyone. Your $1 admission includes free door prize tickets.
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Easton is holding a yard sale today 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Rodman Ford in Foxborough is hosting a "Child Safety Awareness Day" 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the dealership, 53 Washinton St., Foxboro. Activities include finger printing for all children for safety records, installation and checks of car seats by Foxborough Fire Department, bike safety tips and a fire truck for children to play. There will also be donuts and other light food available.
From 10 a.m. to noon, Sturdy Memorial Hospital is sponsoring “A Day at Capron Park Zoo.” Children will have the opportunity to visit the African Lions, the Lemur Islands attraction, cool off in the Splashpad and more. There will be free refreshments and each child will receive a free gift. Admission is free and the general public is invited. As space is limited, reservations are necessary by Wednesday, June 13. To register, call 508-236-8025.
Patriot Place is hosting 2012 Liver Life Walk at 9 a.m. The Liver Life Walk is the American Liver Foundation's® signature fundraising event. Money raised through this event helps theAmerican Liver Foundation fund research grants, public education and advocacy in an effort to increase awareness about liver disease. During our walks, participants will support more than 30 million Americans, including children, who are affected by one of over 100 types of liver disease.