5 Things to Do in Dedham This Weekend.

A look at what to do in Dedham, August 10-12.

Tired of having an unproductive weekend? No problem, we've got a list of things for you to do so you can get out of the house!

Here's a roundup of what's going on in Dedham this weekend:

1. Sit and Knit

Where/When: SheepSkate Yarn & Crafts, 549 High Street, Dedham; Sunday, August 12: 12:00 p.m- 4:00 p.m.
Why Go: This is a free event where you can drop by to meet some old friends and even make some new ones. And every skill level is welcome so you can either start to learn, or pick up and share some tips.


Where/When: The Dedham Community House, 671 High Street , Dedham; Friday, August 10: 7:00 p.m.
Why Go: This class for Karate beginners is open to all from the age of 7 to senior citizens. Sensie John Morash is the instructor for this class. The class is $102.00.


Where/When: The Justin House, 125 Sprague street, Dedham; Saturday, August 11: 11:00 a.m.
Why Go: The Justin House is a non-profit Catholic healing ministry that offers a range of programs and activities for adults, teens and children such as religious education, Bible study and Pilates and guitar lessons. Volunteers are welcome and computers, instruments and other donations are accepted.


Where/When: Dedham Square Artists Guild, 553 High Street, Dedham; Saturday, August 11 and Sunday, August 12: 12 noon-6:00 p.m.
Why Go:  Born and raised in Dedham, Barye was drawn to nature early on. Raising numerous birds and mammals left him with a strong connection to wild things and their beauty. Volunteering at the Blue Hills Trailside Museum, running a zoo for a summer camp in Maine, and most of all, having a renowned animal sculptress for a mother, all combined to pull Barye inexorably toward creating his own vision of nature.


Where/When: 66 Winfield Street, Dedham; Sunday, August 12: 9:00a.m.
Why Go: 

- Newer, very-nice-quality country dining set
- Living room furniture
- Den furniture
- Tools
All good quality, and much, much more...


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