Five Activities for Just About Everyone in North Reading This Weekend

There are plenty of things to do in North Reading this weekend.

North Reading Fire Department Open House

North Reading Fire Station, 152 Park St.

Sunday, Oct. 20 – 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

October is National Fire Prevention Month, and Papa Gino’s is teaming up with North Reading Fire Department to help educate the community
on fire safety and prevention. 

For the past 18 years, New England Fire Departments and Papa Gino’s have helped more than 2 million people by supplying educational materials and free pizza at fire safety open houses. 

Stop by to get some fire safety tips and a free slice of Papa Gino’s pizza.

Martin’s Pond Children’s Haunted Playground

Clarke Park, Burroughs Road

Saturday, Oct. 19 – 5:30 to 9:30 p.m.

The Martin's Pond Association is sponsoring its 19th annual Children's Haunted Playground.  

The night includes a children’s costume parade, prizes, a free scavenger hunt, magic shows and food.  Tours include three skits, the pumpkin patch and a graveyard.

The event is free to attend. Tours are $5 per person, kids 3 & under are free. All money raised benefits Clarke Park.  

There is a free shuttle from the “new” Stop & Shop.

Hillview Commission’s 25th Anniversary Family Fun Day Celebration

Hillview Country Club, 149 North St.

Sunday, Oct. 20 – 1 to 4 p.m.

There will golf contests for all ages, music, food, children’s games and activities.

A $2 golf contest includes longest drive, putting contest, target drive and chipping.

There will be free golf cart tours, a free inflatable golf activity, crafts, mini golf and a chance to view displays showing the past 25 years of the Hillview. 

North Reading Masonic Lodge Open House

Masonic Lodge, 283 Park St.

Saturday, Oct. 19 – 9 a.m.

Check out the Masonic Lodge and find out more about the organization and how it gives back to North Reading. 

Six Flags Trip

Departing from Town Hall

Saturday, Oct. 19, 10 a.m.

North Reading Youth Services is hosting a youth services field trip for middle and high school students.

Registration is required. $30 per student includes transportation and entry into Six Flags.


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