Community Night Out

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

What are you most concerned about in our community? How can we make Hingham more welcoming to all? When the HUC was formed in 2019, we had an open meeting with interested community members at the Hingham Community Center to have this discussion and it’s time to get together again! Come join us, enjoy some light snacks and libations, and share your thoughts about our community to shape our future programming.

HUC Monthly Meeting

Hingham Public Library - Whiton Room 66 Leavitt St, Hingham, MA, United States

Nurturing Potential: Fostering Vibrant Trans Futures

Hingham High School Auditorium 17 Union St, Hingham, MA, United States

Join us as we welcome Tre'Andre Carmel Valentine, Executive Director of the Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition and Dr. Katie McBrine, local pediatrician, for an important evening of understanding and discussion about gender, sexuality and supporting our transgender youth and friends in the community. We are pleased to be co-hosting this event with the Hingham Pride Project and the Trans/Parent Support Group of the South Shore. Free and open to the public.

Chanukah Menorah Lighting

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

All are welcome to join us to celebrate the first day of Chanukah with a festive menorah lighting! Complimentary cocoa and donuts! No registration necessary. This event is sponsored by the HUC and brought to you in partnership with the Hingham Human Rights Commission, the Hingham Community Center, the Hingham Downtown Association and Congregation Sha'aray Shalom.


Social Media and Rising Extremism

Tentative: Sanborn Auditorium at Hingham Town Hall 210 Central St, Hingham, MA, United States

Sabine von Mering will delve into the revolutionary impact of social media on the spread of antisemitism, white supremacy, and other forms of hate, including among youth. The discussion will also offer practical strategies for individuals, groups, and institutions to combat these issues. This event is open to everyone and free of charge. We extend a special invitation to parents, urging them to attend and gain valuable insights into addressing these challenges.

Community Wrapped

On the Green at Derby Street Shoppes (next to REI)

We are thrilled to partner with Derby Street to offer gift wrapping for all customers of Derby Street for a donation to the Hingham Unity Council! Here’s how it works: Purchase a gift from any business at Derby Street Bring your gift over to our wrapping tent on The Green (located between Kohl’s and REI) Let Hingham Unity Council volunteers wrap your gift in exchange for a cash or credit donation of any amount. 100% of donations will be donated directly to the HUC! Click here for more details and to see a list of other participating organizations, dates and times.


Hingham Unity Council Meeting

Hingham Public Library - Whiton Room 66 Leavitt St, Hingham, MA, United States

We always welcome all who work, live, worship or study in Hingham to join our meetings. We are a grassroots organization run entirely by volunteers and always seek help and input with our programming and initiativies.

Multilingual Family Dinner

Hingham Middle School

We are excited to share the news of a new Hingham community organization: the Multilingual Family Network! Their first event will take place on Thursday, January 18th from 6-8pm in the Hingham Middle School cafeteria with dinner provided by the Hingham Unity Council. This social event is open to our multilingual community members and those who would like to welcome and connect with multilingual community members. Please RSVP and/or reach out with questions via email to

Hingham Unity Council Monthly Meeting

Virtual via Zoom

All who live, work, study or worship in Hingham are welcome. This month's meeting is via Zoom. Please email for the link!

HUC Monthly Meeting-Special Guest from the MA Behavioral Health Help Line

Hingham Public Library - Whiton Room 66 Leavitt St, Hingham, MA, United States

We will start off this month's meeting by hearing from Ashleigh Miller of the Massachusetts Behavioral Health Helpline. The BHHL is the state’s “front door” for behavioral health needs, connecting callers to the full range of treatment services for mental health and substance use throughout the Commonwealth. The BHHL helps in real time with immediate crisis intervention, urgent, and routine needs and is available 24/7/365 in 200+ languages. The BHHL is accessible to both consumers and providers seeking resources for patients. We hope you will join us for this presentation (those who do not wish to stay for the "business" part of our meeting are welcome to leave after the presentation!)

Let’s Talk Disabilities: Words with Neighbors 2.0

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

Join us for an afternoon of conversations related to disabilities that will broaden your understanding and allow deeper connections with friends and neighbors. Whether you are familiar with this topic or just interested in learning more, all are welcome to this “judgement free” small group, moderated setting.



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