Weekend Happenings: Dress Like Your Pet, Glaciers and Camp Info
Take a look at our picks for what to do near home this weekend.
When/Where: Sunday, 2 p.m. at Unleashed by Petco (395 Massachusetts Ave., Acton)
The Buzz: You know your pet is member of the family, but does he/she share the family resemblance? Dress up in your best matching outfits and enter the contest for a chance at prizes.
When/Where: Saturday, 6 p.m. at the Islamic Center of Boston (126 Boston Post Road, Wayland).
The Buzz: Members of the Sept. 11 Families for Peaceful Tomorrows will be on hand as speakers during this event honoring their work toward peace and social justice and an end Islamiphobia.
Price: Adults, $25; Children 12 and under, $10
When/Where: Saturday, 9 a.m., 170 Hudson Road, Sudbury
The Buzz: It's taken many years and lots of movement to carve the ground that makes up Gray Reservation. Physicist and Sudbury Valley Trustees volunteer Bruce Porter will discuss the geophysical events that transformed the land explain where the movement of glaciers left its mark.
Price: Members, free; Non-members $10 (Registration required)
When/Where: Sunday, 2 p.m. at Camp Sewataro (1 Liberty Ledge, Sudbury)
The Buzz: Camp Sewataro is well-known throughout the area for creating memories and experiences for youth. This information session is a time for parents and kids to ask questions, get to know the camp and tour the grounds.
When/Where: Saturday, 10 a.m. -11 a.m. at Congregational Church of Weston (130 Newton St., Weston)
The Buzz: This special storytime is for children ages preschool through early elemnetary. The time will begin with a craft, followed by readings from Dr. Seuss. Weather permitting, the playground will be open from 11 a.m.-11:30 a.m.