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Come out for a night of fun with friends. Learn how to make a decoupage oyster dish. Great idea to store your rings or small jewelry.
Also a great gift idea!
Instructor: Courtney Maloney
The Taste of the South Shore is the premier food & beverage tasting and social event on the South Shore, and the signature fundraising event for the South Shore YMCA.
HALLOWEEN ON THE FARM!
Come spend your Halloween Saturday on the farm!
Featuring the return of spooky movies on the barn, plus pumpkin carving, potion blending, a witchy dye pot of marigold brew, and more!
Starting at 4pm Saturday, Oct 30th.
Tickets are $5-50 per family/group, pay what you like.
No cost to participate in any of our activities once you’ve purchased your ticket –
– pumpkin carving (we’ve got some BIG GUYS!)
– potion making for kids and grownups (featuring Night Garden products, for grownups!)
– witchy marigold brew dye pot
– face painting station
We’ll be screening BEETLEJUICE at 630pm
Come at 4pm for activities or to take a walk in the woods, or arrive by 6 to find a spot to watch the movie.
Bring your lawn chairs and blankets to keep yourself cozy, and a picnic for dinner if you like!
We’ll light the bonfire for warmth and s’mores.
Farmers’ markets represent the best of our Massachusetts food culture. They provide shoppers with easy access to healthy, local fresh food while helping to financially sustain our farmers. They also serve as a welcome gathering spot for neighbors, friends, and visitors; a weekly tradition that takes place at the engaging intersection of food + community.
We list them in multiple ways to make it easy to find the most convenient market to you: Day-By-Day, Town-By-Town, Indoors, or Out.
Find the best guide to Farmers’ Market in SE Massachusetts is right here!
Join us on a culinary adventure! Each month, we’ll provide you with a different spice. On the first Tuesday evening of the month at 6:00 PM, we’ll gather virtually via Zoom to discuss our experiences with the spice and the dishes we made.
Use the Plymouth Public Library’s database, A-Z World Foods, to try new recipes!
Registration for each meeting opens a month ahead of time to give you plenty of time with each spice!
November’s spice is Cardamon!
Spices will be available for pick up at the Circulation Desk or Curbside after you register.
Date: Tuesday, November 2, 2021
Time: 6:00pm – 7:00pm
Gather your friends and family, and reserve your table of eight today!
(*UPDATE: This event is currently sold out. In the event of cancellations, we do have a waitlist. If you wish to be added please click the green button on this page. )
Looking for a unique way to reconnect with your favorite people… and support Cohasset’s oldest working farm? Join us for an evening of delicious locally-sourced food, wines, craft beer, and live music… in our cozy and airy greenhouse setting! New this year, an online auction will also be available!* We are booking tables of eight (8) for this year’s event.
Saturday, November 6th (6-9 pm)
(a farm-to-table dinner benefitting Holly Hill Farm)
- Menu prepared by Chef Craig Hastings of Served and The Townshend
- Multi-course, all-inclusive, family-style meal, using locally-sourced ingredients and freshly harvested organic produce from Holly Hill Farm
- Guests will also enjoy live music, our cozy heated greenhouse setting, and will have the opportunity to participate in the last hour of our online auction! We are booking tables of eight (8) for this year’s event
Table of 8 Pricing:
- $1600 (member)
- $1800 (non-member)
*Online Auction details to be posted on our website soon
**All attendees must show proof of vaccination the evening of the Dinner
Date: November 6th, 2021
Time: 6pm – 9pm
Location: 236 Jerusalem Rd, Cohasset, MA