Getting involved in your local area is a great way to make new friends and experience new things! With that in mind, we at Lexington Toyota have compiled a list of great events that are taking place in your local area! Continue reading to see what events are available in your local area!
Paint for a Purpose
Your local community is hosting a Paint Night Out in support of the Brady’s Foundation. The event will feature soft drinks, good, and step-by-step painting classes, and will allow you to take your painting home with you!
The event will be taking place on March 9 at 7:00PM to 9:30PM at Pinot’s Palette, which is located at 7A Meriam Street Lexington, MA. There are only 40 spots available, so you need to make sure you get yours quickly! You can do so on the website here!
Ins & Outs of Assisted Living
Hosted by Susan Snow, this outreach program is about helping families and new assisted living homes make a smooth transition. Susan has been working for 15 years as a Project Manager to help families get the support that they need. The event will feature discussions about the benefits of assisted living and answer questions that families might have.
It will take place on March 13 at 12:00PM to 2:00PM, at the Lexington Wealth Management building located at 12 Waltham Street Lexington, MA 02421. For more information or to register visit the link here.
Give Back Service Event
Pepperlane is hosting an afternoon of giving back to your local community at the BINA Farm Center in Lexington, MA. This event is a great way to meet others from a variety of lifestyles and will teach you a variety of skills! They will be doing a variety of things around the farm, including general farm maintenance and upkeep.
The event will be taking place at BINA Farm Center, which is located at 65 Allen Street Lexington, MA 02421. The event will run on Friday, April 13, and will go from 9:30AM to 12:30PM. Click the link here to register or learn more!
These are just some of the events in your local area that you can attend, there are many more! So, get out and get active in your local community!