Where/When: Community United Methodist Church, Wayland; June 4, 10 a.m.
Why go: After a long winter, aren't you craving some summer fruits? Plus, the youth group will be around to wash your car and there's yard sale going on as well.
Where/When: Temple Shir Tikva, Wayland; June 4 from 8 p.m.-11 p.m.
Why go: An evening complete with a cocktail reception, silent and lie auctions and stand-up comedy from Wayland's own Brad Mastrangelo. All of this in support of Jeff's Place, a local nonprofit focuses on children's bereavement.
Where/When: Throughout Concord — pick up the maps at the museum from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. at 200 Lexington Road, Concord.
Why go: This weekend only, enjoy a self-guided and self-paced tour of Concord's gardens and meet other garden lovers also on the tour.
Pricing: members $32 / non-members $38.
Where/When: On view until June 19 at the Peabody Essex Museum. 161 Essex St., Salem. Open over the weekend from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. (open until 9 p.m. next week, Monday-Friday).
Why go: Take a drive to the coast and see an exhibition that has received great praise. Pieces are portraits, still-lifes, landscapes and interiors by artists including Rembrandt and Jan Brueghel the Elder.
Pricing: Adults $15, Seniors $13, Students $11. Youth (16 and under) are free.
Where/When: Sunday check-in from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. at Nobscot Scout Reservation. 1 Nobscot Road., Sudbury.
Why go: A running and/or a walking race that requires decision making and takes you to new parts of the woods, suitable for all-ages. Plus the top U.S. female and male orienteers will be at the meet to give a youth training exercise.
Pricing: Depending on level of course selected (there are 5 to choose from), cost is $5-$10 per person or family maximum of $15 or $30. Groups or individuals can run the courses.