Weekend Calendar: In and Around Weston

Wondering what to do this weekend? Here’s a non-comprehensive list of events and goings-on, some of which were sent to the Owl and some of which can be found on the official town webpage of http://www.westonma.gov.

Friday, June 11, 2021

Movie night. 7:45 pm gathering. Join the First Parish Church for their first outdoor Friday Night film screening. This week it’s “Earth to Echo,” a sci-fi movie about four friends who find a robotic alien life form. The movie will start between 8 – 8:15 pm, depending on the sunset. Bring your own blanket or lawn chair. Snacks will be available or BYOD (bring your own dinner). First Parish Church Playground. More information here.

Saturday, June 12, 2021

Boys/Girls Varsity Track Small Championships @ Weston HS , 9 am start – Proctor Field/Track

Students painting murals on the Rail Trail, 10 am-3 pm. Come on out and support them. Concord Road and Church Street underpasses.

Opening Day at Weston’s Memorial Pool. 11 am. Info here.

Spring into Art with Sudbury Art Association. It’s not Weston but it’s close by and wonderful. More than 40 artists displaying their current works. 10 am-4 pm. Info available on Sudbury Art Association page.

Lincoln Farmer’s Market: Yes, so true, this is not Weston but Lincoln used to be Weston in about 1713 so it counts. Fresh Lincoln-grown produce, baked goods, nature photographs, fabrics, hand-made jewelry, crafts, artwork and plenty more. Check it out if you’re on the (far) north side. 9 am to 1 pm in front of the post office at Lincoln Station (Donelan’s mall)

Weston High School Class of 2023 fundraiser car wash at First Parish. Bathe your car, support some kids. 12-4 pm at First Parish Church.

Sunday, June 13, 2021

Susan McDaniel Virtual Run for Lovelane: Lovelane is a therapeutic riding program for special needs children and adults. The annual 5K race raises money for tuition assistance. For more information, please see Lovelane’s page.

Lawn Games and Lemonade: a casual afternoon of games and refreshments. Outdoor games will include giant Jenga, badminton, ping pong, and basketball, and use of the playground plus video games set up inside our cool, well-ventilated chapel. First Parish Church, 12-3 pm. More information here.

Out of Home Range:

Arlington Greek Festival is Friday through Sunday. All food is available for pickup or eat in the big tent.

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