Back again by popular demand! Everyone’s favorite pit stop on the way to other Halloween events around the South Shore. Stop into the studio between 10 and 3pm on October 26th to get your annual Halloween portrait taken! The setup is the same favorite as always. You get one digital file for printing and one social media file for sharing. Your kids get a fun Halloween treat and everyone has a ton of fun. There will be some activities for the kids to do while they wait (which is almost never for too long).
After you visit, you can trick or treat around the gorgeous streets of Downtown Hingham during our Downtown Trick or Treat event, and grab lunch or a snack at any of the fantastic eateries around.
There is street parking all over, but if you can’t find a spot for some reason, there’s a free public parking lot a block away from the studio down toward the beach on Station Street.
Studio address: 82 North Street, Hingham MA
Cost: $20 – Cash, checks, and credit cards accepted.
Any questions, feel free to ask here and I (or any of the experienced alumni) will be happy to answer.
No appointment necessary – bring your friends and come have a ball!
The Hingham Public Library and the Boston Classical Guitar Society are pleased to begin this season’s Sunday concert series in a virtual way! Join Classical Guitarist Dave McLellan on Sunday, October 25 at 3:00 p.m.–live on Zoom and YouTube. The concert will be performed LIVE on YouTube, but concert-goers are also encouraged to join the artist on Zoom, before and after the concert, for an introduction and a Q&A period.
Registration and YouTube links, along with the concert program, are available at hinghamlibrary.org/BCGS.
Known as a soloist and collaborative chamber music guitarist, Dave McLellan has been performing in U.S., South America, Great Britain, and Europe since 1976. He has appeared in major concert halls such as Carnegie Hall, Merkin Hall, and Wigmore Hall
(London). Mr. McLellan served on the faculties of The Hartt School and the University of Connecticut, where he also performed regularly with Edward Flower. He currently is on the faculty of the Performing Arts Center–Metrowest in Framingham, MA, and in the Town of Harvard Artist in Residence program.
Learn more about the artist, and join us for this upcoming event, by visiting: www.hinghamlibrary.org/BCGS.