Arts Walk Hingham

Hingham Unity is partnering with the Hingham Arts Alliance to bring a lineup of performers and activities to this fantastic downtown event!


YH Happy Hour

Stars on Hingham Harbor 2 Otis st, hingham

Stroll the iconic Arts Walk & then join us for a beverage at the bar at Stars. Meet other community members ages 21-39 (“Young HUCs” or “YHs”) seeking to foster a more diverse, inclusive & equitable Hingham for all!


Community Read & Conversation with Jerald Walker

Virtual via Zoom

Join us for a virtual fireside chat with award-winning local author Jerald Walker, discussing his National Book Award-nominated book How to Make a Slave.

Operation Pop Up: Migrant Meal Delivery

We are all set for the current dates. If we add more we will send another email and social blast. Thank you so much for your generosity!

Climate Change & Equity 101

Virtual via Zoom

How are these concepts connected and what does it mean for me as a member of the Hingham Community? Presented in partnership with Hingham Net Zero. Zoom info: Meeting ID: 821 7113 0777 Passcode: 394444


SSUC Visit to the Embrace

Boston Common 139 Tremont Street, Boston, MA

Our fiscal sponsor, the South Shore Unity Council, is organizing carpools to travel into Boston with friends from our partner communities across the South Shore to visit the new statue honoring the legacy of Coretta Scott King and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Please let us know if you would like to join us by clicking here to register. Open to all ages and folks from anywhere!


We are Hingham: Words with Neighbors

Hingham Heritage Museum 34 Main Street, Hingham, MA

Spend a fun afternoon honing your understanding for easier, more effective conversations about diversity, equity, inclusion & belonging. Ever wonder what the deal is with pronouns these days? Or what exactly are microaggressions? What is the difference between cultural appreciation and cultural appropriation anyway? Or maybe you think you know but aren’t quite sure? You’re not alone! Many people hesitate to talk about issues related to identity and diversity for fear of saying the wrong thing and hurting someone’s feelings - or embarrassing themselves. We invite you to come explore these concepts in a fun, judgment-free, “word-game” atmosphere. A few promises: You WILL NOT be required to speak if you don’t want to. You may sit and listen. But, hopefully you will have an opportunity to smile and laugh. You WILL NOT be judged or otherwise made to feel embarrassed that you do or do not have a master’s degree in DEIB lingo. You WILL have fun, meet new community members, and, hopefully, learn something new and useful so you can feel more confident engaging in anti-bias dialogue in the future! There WILL be free light refreshments. Please register in advance using the form below as space is limited!

Hingham Downtown METCO Scavenger Hunt

Episcopal Parish of St john 172 Main Street, Hingham, MA

This fun, community-building event is open to all Hingham students and their families - what a great way to get to know our METCO families AND our town just a little better! We will gather in the St. John's parking lot for a 1pm start to the hunt, prepared by Hingham Historical Society interns. The event will conclude with free lunch by Morrell's BBQ back at the church at 2:30pm. Please bring a reusable water bottle to take advantage of the hydration stations. Hope to see you there! This event is free but registration by April 28th is required. Register



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