It’s Thursday, and you’ve got no idea what you’ll do for the weekend.
Holliston Patch is coming to the rescue. We’ve got the best bets for your "done-work, outta-here" time. Check our picks for the activities to explore.
WHERE/WHEN: (725 Washington St., Holliston; 508-429-8608) — Saturday at 5:30 p.m.
WHY GO: Share supper with friends and family prepared by the men of the congregation. Then sit back and see what great talents we have within our community. Please bring a dessert to share among friends.
PRICING: A "free will offering" will be taken to cover the cost of dinner.
WHERE/WHEN: (770 Washington St., Holliston; 508-429-5200) — Friday at 8 p.m.
WHY GO: Australian singer/songwriter Travis Caudle will perform acoustic pop and rock music.
PRICING: No cover
WHERE/WHEN: (547 Washington St., Holliston; 508-429-5795) — Sunday at 2:30 p.m.
WHY GO: This is a public presentation by Rick Spencer, executive director of Dr. Ashbel Woodward Museum in Franklin, CT, on the Greatest Hit's of the Civil War: America's Earliest Professional Songwriters. This entertaining program features songs performed a capella or accompanied by guitar or 5-string banjo.
Historical Society member Frank Chamberlain will explain how Holliston is connected to the Civil War. There will also be a display of Civil War items.
WHY GO: Conceived and performed by Stan Strickland and written and directed by Jon Lipsky, this one-man show features eight instruments and 12 characters. Strickland had a near death experience in Hawaii that was the source of inspiration for this performance.
PRICING: $21 (Students/Seniors $20, Members $18)
WHERE/WHEN: (24 Vernon St., Framingham; 508-872-3111) — Friday at 8 p.m.
WHY GO: Kick back and take in some comedy while helping raise money for the Hoyt Foundation
PRICING: Free, donations appreciated