This Thursday night at 6 pm, Southborough Youth & Family Services is putting on the next event in their summer concert series, featuring Twisted Pine. As always, the event is located at Neary Elementary School at 53 Parkerville Road—only a couple miles down the road from Miller Law Group’s Southborough office. The concert will be held on the lawn, so bring blankets, chairs, a cooler, and all other evening picnic essentials.
This week’s headlining artist is Twisted Pine: a young, award-winning band known for their bluegrass-inspired sound and blend of indie rock and traditional Southern sensibilities. You can listen to a few of their singles on Spotify and YouTube, or let yourself be surprised when you arrive.
As always, admission to the concert is absolutely free—just show up, set up a spot, and relax. Packing a picnic is welcome, but you’re also welcome to buy dinner and dessert from the food trucks at the event.
The food this week will available from Travelin’ Bones, a food truck that offers classic, low-and-slow barbecue. Their menu includes slow-smoked ribs, brisket, pulled pork, and barbecue chicken—so show up hungry and with money for food! If you’ve got a sweet tooth, you can buy dessert from Yummy Mummy—a local bakery that offers a whole slew of brownies, cookies, bars, and other goodies.
At Miller Law Group, our Massachusetts family attorneys support any efforts designed to bring our community together—specifically through family-oriented events. Getting out of the house with your kids and step-kids is a great way to build bonds, create memories, and develop the sort of relationships necessary for healthy families.
With your kids out of school for the summer, now is the perfect time to start spending real quality time with them. What better way to develop bonds than with good food, warm nights, and great music?
For other family outing ideas, be sure to visit mysouthborough.com for the full summer calendar.