One more Braintree Bluegrass Brunch for summer—for a good cause

Photo by Bob Eddy / Randolph Herald

We’re not saying it’s the end of summer (not quite), but next weekend will be your last chance to experience the laid-back, thumping acoustic vibe that fills the air and brings the community together at the Braintree Bluegrass Brunch on Sunday, August 19.

The third and final Bluegrass Brunch will feature the folk-rock stylings of the Bow Thayer Trio, a delicious brunch menu provided by Black Krim Tavern, and beloved Bent Hill Brewery's bountiful selection of beers. (What else can we say that starts with a B?) Boom!

Things get started early with an 8am bike ride, the Pebble Brook Farmers Market starting at 11am, along with wagon rides and games for kids. Brunch is served at 11, too, and Bow Thayer Trio will take the stage around 11:30. To hold you over until beer o'clock, caffeinate with a cup of fresh-brewed coffee from Carrier Roasters.

More than just a reason to kick back and connect with your community (if you ever really need a reason to do that), the Braintree Bluegrass Brunch also supports a great local cause. Proceeds from the event, along with the support of several area sponsors, will be directed to the Braintree Historical Society for their continued work to renovate and restore the Braintree Meeting House.

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For more info, check out the Braintree Bluegrass Brunch website.


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