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The Paper Store opens its doors in Legacy Place, Dedham this weekend and J.P. Licks will part of the festivities - look for us in your goodie bags! Plus, 10% of sales in The Paper Store from the Grand Opening will benefit Dedham Public Schools.  
Dedham, ma
11:00 AM to 6:00 AM
Looking for a way to spend a few hours, a day or a whole beautiful autumn weekend browsing art, meeting artists and neighbors and generally having an awesome time? Well, look no further. Come and check out this year’s Jamaica Plain Open Studios, one of the most neighborhood and family friendly open studios around.
10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Downtown Andover will come alive with music, entertainment, food, refreshments, over 200 community booths and so much more from 10 AM to 4 PM. Main Street will be closed to traffic all day for Andover’s BIGGEST and BEST community event!

Harvard Square's 44th annual Oktoberfest will feature Live Music, Dance, and Street Performers, Family-friendly Activities, Sidewalk Sales, Arts and Craft Vendors, Vintage Goods, Free Goodies, and Food from all over the world!

(raindate, 10/15/23)

6:00 PM

The ritual of the Jamaica Pond Lantern Parade began in 1984

Join yout neighbors in this yearly ritual as approximately 4,000 people arrive at Jamaica Pond at sunset with their lanterns; many children arriving in full Halloween costume as well. The parade proceeds around the pond, bringing a trail of bouncing lights into the darkness that can be seen from all directions.

In preparation for the Lantern Parade, Spontaneous Celebrations and community members host lantern making workshops in which youth and adults of all ages create beautiful handmade lanterns from recycled soda bottles decorated with colorful tissue paper. Stay tuned for where to pick up supplies.