Things to do: Yoga with alpacas, bobolink breakfast, listen to the band

Jun 26, 2019

There's a lot happening in Dartmouth on any given weekend. Visit for your itinerary.

Saturday, June 29

Do yoga… with alpacas. 

Find your inner peace surrounded by alpacas at a special “Yoga With Alpacas” event at Hill Crest Alpacas. The event will take place at Hill Crest’s 338 Old Fall River Road location at 10 a.m. Call (508) 441-9076 to buy tickets in advance. Tickets are $15 for adults and $5 for children 13 and under.

Sunday, June 30

Search for bobolinks.

Allens Pond Wildlife Sanctuary and Round the Bend Farm are teaming up to host a morning breakfast and bobolink walk. 

The event begins at 9 a.m. with a farm-to-table breakfast at Round the Bend Farm’s 92 Allen’s Neck Road Learning Center. The menu includes items sourced from the farm. Afterwards, a guided hike to view bobolinks at the sanctuary's restored warm-season grassland. 

Team members from both organizations will be on hand to discuss bird conservation practices. Tickets to the breakfast are $42 for Mass Audubon members and $50 for non-members. Visit to register.

Heal with poetry and music.

St. Peter’s Church and The Bridge Center for Hope and Healing are hosting a free presentation of poems with live cello music from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the church on 351 Elm Street in South Dartmouth.

Local author and poet Philip Hasouris will be reading from his new book of poetry “Light of the Moon” with cello accompaniment by Kristy Foye in an interactive presentation for people experiencing grief or loss.

Celebrate the Fourth a little early. 

The Dartmouth Historical and Arts Society and the Dartmouth Community Band will host a “Fourth” of July picnic and concert. The Society will celebrate the country’s birthday with a traditional picnic in front of the 1205 Russells Mills Road Schoolhouse starting at 4:15 p.m. The Dartmouth Community Band will perform patriotic hits at a concert which will follow at 5 p.m.

Have an event we should include next week? Email details to Douglas McCulloch at