Hispanic Heritage Celebration

Hingham Farmer's Market 95 Station Street, Hingham, MA

Come celebrate HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH featuring the Hingham Folkloric Dance Academny performing traditional Mexican folkloric dance at the Hingham Farmer's Market! Dancing, music and celebrating!

Let’s Talk Housing 5.0: Tiny Houses

Virtual via Zoom

Come learn more about "tiny houses," the fifth installment of the HUC's "Let's Talk Housing" series, with Hingham's Jennifer Cheu.

Race Talk 2:AAPI in Hingham


What is it like to be an Asian American Pacific Islander in Hingham? Join a live “Race Talk” on Zoom as we hear personal stories from four individuals about living in our community, followed by a Q&A period. All are welcome to listen, learn, and ask questions for the purpose of understanding and growth. Advanced registration is required. Register

Black History Month Story & Craft Time

Hingham Community Center 70 South Street, Hingham, MA, United States

We are excited to host a Story & Craft Time to celebrate Black History Month!

Let’s Talk – The LGBTQIA+ Experience: A Multigenerational Discussion

Virtual via Zoom

Hear from a panel comprised of members of the LGBQTIA+ community of different generations about their experiences living, working and studying here in Hingham. A moderated Q&A will follow. Brought to you in partnership with the Hingham Pride Project. Register

Candidates Forum

Live Stream on HUC's Facebook page or visit this page the night of the event

Ahead of the town election on Saturday, May 14, HUC and Hingham SEPAC will host an evening of Q&A with town government candidates focusing on issues of equity.

HUC Community Read & Virtual Discussion: Interior Chinatown

Virtual via Zoom

We will discuss New York Times bestseller and National Book Award winner Interior Chinatown, an exploration of the Asian American experience, assimilation, how pop culture portrays race, and the roles we are often forced to play in an original and witty police procedural screenplay-turned-novel format. Register

#WeAreHingham: A Community Conversation

South Shore Conservatory - Jane Carr Amphitheatre 1 Conservatory Drive, Hingham, MA, United States

#WeAreHingham, the community based visual project, is the talk of the town, but we want make sure that all who live, work, study or worship in Hingham are part of the conversation! We will break into small, moderated groups for an open dialogue about our individual and collective experiences in and hopes for our town, sharing thoughts on topics such as why we chose to live here and our aspirations for this community. Registration required so we can properly plan for small group moderators. We are very excited to be offering light bites from Clandestine Kitchen and beer from Untold Brewing for purchase following the moderated discussion. These local businesses will be donating 25% of their proceeds from the event. We are very lucky to have Liora Norwich, Executive Director of the Network for Social Justice, planning and facilitating this event with us. For more information on the #WeAreHingham visual project and how to still participate by having your portrait included, please visit www.wearehingham.com.

Juneteenth Celebration

Bandstand at Hingham Harbor 91 Otis Street, hingham, MA, United States

ALL are welcome to meet us near the bandstand at Hingham Harbor from 4-6pm on June 18th. Among the treats in store are live music from Big Redd's House, a dance performance by YAK (Youth Acquiring Knowledge), and a singing of the Black National Anthem by acclaimed gospel singer Rakeem Andre! Food will be available for purchase from Morrell's BBQ. This event is free and requires no advance registration. We encourage you to park in the Station Street lot if possible. Check out a special sneak preview of YAK below:  

Author Event & Book Signing with Jerald Walker

Hingham Heritage Museum 34 Main Street, Hingham, MA, United States

Join us for an author event and book signing with 2022 Guggenheim Fellow and Hingham resident Jerald Walker, who will be honored as a Hingham History Maker by the Hingham Historical Society.


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