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Summer Party @ World’s End! Wednesday!

Kick off your summer at the World’s End Summer Solstice

Yes, it’s really this nice…

Located in Hingham,World’s End, is an amazing take….251 acres of the finest land on the South Shore. It’s a GREAT walking sanctuary, and on Saturday, June 21st there will be a Summer Solstice Celebration with some GREAT live music provided by the Aldous Collins Band. Relax, eat, drink and enjoy watching the amazing sunset over the city of Boston.  It opens/starts at 5pm, and ends roughly at 8:30 after the sunset.

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We’ve always thought World’s End would be a GREAT place for a casino and hotel resort, or possibly where the new Paragon Park should sit, but we appreciate nature and undeveloped land. We’ll leave it alone….

If you’ve never walked ‘World’s End’, do it! You’ll plan a return trip.


Take the walk….


World’s End was once an island at high tide, but colonial farmers dammed the salt marsh to grow hay and cleared almost all the trees for cropland. In the 1880s, wealthy Boston businessman John Brewer built a farming estate. In 1890, he hired Frederick Law Olmsted to design a large subdivision. While the homes were never built, four miles of carriage roads remain.

Tides once again nourish former salt marsh through specially built culverts, which promote habitat health and diversity. Grasslands maintained by carefully timed mowing provide important habitat for the birds that depend on them, as well as native plant species. And Olmsted’s designed landscape is preserved through mowing, pruning, cutting, and planting.

World’s End was once one of Massachusetts’ most threatened coastal landscapes. In 1890, plans were drawn up for a 163-house residential subdivision. In 1945, the property was short-listed for the site of the United Nations headquarters, which ultimately found its home in New York City. Twenty years later, it was eyed as a possible site for a nuclear power plant. But in 1967, thanks to local commitment and tremendous fundraising efforts, dedicated residents from Hingham and surrounding communities, and The Trustees, were able to preserve this special place.


Check Out Norwell’s Summer-Fest! June 17th!

It’s going to be a party, and ‘SpitDudes’ will be there!

 Stop by and say hello!

Stop by and say hello!

The event wisely starts at 2 pm, so you can mow that lawn,sort through your junk mail, get those kids on on and off the soccer and little league fields, and still make it with plenty of time to relax, walk around, enjoy the sounds, and color, and enjoy a nice afternoon in the great little village of Norwell!

This event will include something for all:

Norwell Summer Fest, Saturday June 17th from 2-8pm! A community event to bring neighbors together! There will be something for everyone.

  • Live music on two stages
  • Artisan Fair
  • Attractions for all ages
  • Beer gardens
  • Local eats
  • And much more……

The roads into town will be closed, parking will be at the Vinal and Middle School with shuttle buses to the Festival.  Handicap parking will be available at Cushing Hall.

Food, drink and anything you buy from the artisans will cost money so please plan on bringing some.

Striper Tournament This Weekend!

South Shore Striper Tournament

Join NSRWA for a fun weekend of fishing!
Friday, June 9th –Sunday, June 11th, 2017

Click here to register.

  • $3,000 in cash and additional prizes for winning anglers.
  • The tournament starts at 5:00 pm Friday, June 9, and catch records can be submitted for eligibility from then until 12:00 noon on Sunday, June 11.
  • Wrap-up and awards banquet to be held at Roht Marine at 1:00 pm on Sunday, where food will be provided to participants with a cash bar.
  • There will be five categories to register under and receive winnings. No angler can win multiple categories without paying for more than one, and those who register for multiple categories cannot win more than one with the same length fish.

The five categories include:

Boat Angler, Adult
Boat Angler, 12 and under
Shore Angler, Adult
Shore Angler, 12 and under
Kayak Angler, all ages 

  • Adult and Kayak entries are $65, Children 12 and under are $35.
  • Winning catch will be judged on overall length, and no fish will be manipulated to extend length that would result in damage to the fish.
  • This is a catch and release tournament, though anglers are not prohibited from landing their catch, and landed fish will still be eligible for winning categories.
  • Geographic boundaries shall be confined to Cape Cod Bay, and run from Northern point of Hull, to Race Point, with a western boundary of the South Shore land masses, eastern boundary of the upper Cape. No fish caught west of the breakwater of the Sandwich end of the Cape Cod Canal will be eligible.
  • In the event that the difference in length between two or more winning fish in one category cannot be discerned by tournament regulation committee, then prize money will be divided equally.
  • Participants can pick up their tournament packet, or register day of at Belsan’s Bait and Tackle located at 50 New Driftway, Scituate, MA on Friday, June 9 after 3:00 pm. Catch records will not be considered eligible before 5:00 pm that evening, or after 12:00 noon on Sunday, June 9.
  • Online registration closes on Friday at 12:00 noon. You can sign up at Belsan’s starting Friday at 3:00 pm until noon Saturday.

Click here to register.

You will receive more information by email closer to the tournament date.