Americana culture: food, beach, sand sculptures all organized by locals! Small town American ingenuity, involvement and let's do it attitude. Who needs permission or money?
Perfect weather predicted. Sun and clouds 77 degrees with 0% chance of rain. Ride the shuttle (yellow school buses) to see the whole beach town.
And you can get public transportation to the event. Take the 220 MBTA bus from Quincy Center to Hingham Depot and catch the 714 bus to Hull.
(Sorry, the commuter train and harbor express ferry have a limited weekend schedule in the fall.)
Here's a shuttle running from the Carousel to Pemberton Point. Here's the map. These run every 15 minutes from the Paragon Carousel to Pemberton Pier.
Let's face it, Nantasket Beach has that party attitude and what better way to get some walking in but to attend Endless Summer Outdoor Festival.
And who's got the party attitude more than South Shore Social Club! So let's tag along with them. They'll have over 20 people meeting at the Paragon Carousel at 12:30 pm.
Eight local charities are vying for the sculpture contest’s $1,000 cash prize. Sculpting will begin a 9am, viewing and judging until 2pm, awards at 3pm.
During the festival, more than 25 restaurants will be offering everything from clam chowder and lobster rolls to hot dogs, sushi, fried dough, pizza, seafood, and ribs. Hull Artist Studio will have displays and items for sale.
Entertainment will include live music on the Aquarion Sound Stage throughout the afternoon and storytelling at the Paragon Carousel, Kid’s Street Art Competition, the Daddy’s Dogs hot dog eating competition