Florists in Buzzards Bay, MA
Find local Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Buzzards Bay and surrounding areas. Choose from roses, lilies, tulips, orchids, carnations and more from the variety of flower arrangements in a vase, container or basket. Place your flower delivery order online of call.
Buzzards Bay Flower Shops
43 Main St
Buzzards Bay, MA 02532
Buzzards Bay MA News
Nov 18, 2016
Local Ways to Celebrate the Holidays
For reservations and more information, call 617-357-8300.
THE POLAR EXPRESS — Cape Cod Central Railroad, 70 Main St, Buzzards Bay, Nov. 18-Dec. 23. Departing from Buzzards Bay. The railroad has announced additional departures for the one-hour storybook journey based upon anticipated local and regional demand. A full-length dome car is a new, special feature at this location offering families panoramic views on the journey to the North Pole. Seats are still available in the dome on peak dates and can be purchased online at http://www.capetrain.com/polar-express-train-ride.com or calling 888-797-7245. Once onboard, cheerful, dancing chefs serve passengers hot chocolate and cookies while they read along with the classic children’s book, “The Polar Express,” by Chris Van Allsburg. Santa and his helpers greet passengers at the North Pole and then board the train, where each child is given the first gift of Christmas — a silver sleigh bell. Chefs aboard each car lead passengers in singing Christmas carols on the ride back to Buzzards Bay. Departure times at 2 p.m., 4 p.m., 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. Exact dates, fares and excursion times are available online. Ticket prices range from $29 to $84 depending on class of service and date of travel. Families are encouraged to wear their pajamas for the ride.
HOLIDAY EXHIBIT — From Russia with Art Gallery, 281 Concord Ave., Cambridge, Nov. 14-Dec. 11. Featuring an exhibition of oil paintings and watercolors of contemporary realism painter William Oberst. Information: www.fromrussiawithart.org
EDAVILLE CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL — Nov. 18-Jan. 1, 5 Pine St., Carver. Events include a Festival of Lights, Edaville Express: Where’s Santa? and the Santa VIP Train. For schedule and information, visit http://www.edaville.com/festival-lights
ENCHANTED VILLAGE — Jordan’s Furniture, 100 Stockwell Drive, Avon, Nov. 19 through Jan. 1 (closed Thanksgiving and Christmas). The Enchanted Village, which charmed shoppers at Jordan March’s downtown Boston location for decades, will be open again for the holidays. The blueberry muffins will be back, too. For details, visit http://www.jordans.com/attractions/enchanted-village. The Avon location will also present “The Polar Express” 4D Experience; Enchanted Ice; a Holiday Laser Light Show; and pictures with Santa.
FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS — La Salette Shrine, 947 Park St., Attleboro, Nov. 24-Jan. 1. Featuring 300,000 lights illuminating more than 10 acres; international crèche museum with hundreds of crèches from around the world, 5-9 p.m. weekdays and 2-9 p.m. weekends; the Outdoor Crèche of Bethlehem with Clopper the Christmas Donkey. For schedule and information, visit http://lasaletteattleboroshrine.org/christmas-festival
FESTIVAL OF TREES AND SNOW VILLAGE — Mass. Horticultural Society at Elm Bank, 900 Washington St., Wellesley, Nov. 25-Dec. 11. Featuring trains winding through holiday villages, Santa visits, horse-drawn wagon rides, music weekends, and much more. Free parking. Admission: $10 per person... (Wicked Local Somerville)