Here are 6 Things to do in Hingham this Weekend
The Loring Hall Cinema presents the film, “Merchants of Doubt,” Saturday morning, February 6th starting at 10 am. The movie screening is free and sheds light on how science and opinion shapes our perception of truth, specifically regarding the fossil fuel industry. The first 100 people the February 6th movie will receive a complimentary LED light bulb from the Hingham Municipal Light Plant. Members from the Energy Action Committee will be there to answer questions, and will distribute energy-saving tips. For additional information, contact Otto Harling at 781-749-4055.
It is First Friday TODAY and the Artisans in the Square on South Street host a Valentine’s Day themed evening from 5-8 pm, today, February 5th. Refreshments will be served. Refreshments. More information can be had by calling 781-749-2590.
Abigail Adams Historical Society and the Hingham Public Library, 66 Leavitt St, will commemorate Black History Month by presenting “Creativity in Bondage: Slave Artist Prince Demah and Writer Briton Hammon” from 3 to 5 pm, Feb. 7th in the Whiton Room in the Library.
Visit the Hingham Memorial Bell Tower, 68R Main St. (next to Old Ship Church), during an open house from 11:30 to 12:30 pm this Sunday, Feb. 7. Learn all about the Change Bell Ringing. If you are truly inspired, you can take the 10-week class in Change Bell Ringing during the spring, and then join the Band of Bell Ringers.
The South Shore Men of Harmony, a barbershop quartet, will sing your valentine three old-fashioned love songs and present a rose and a card for $60. Quartets are available from 2 to 8 p.m. Feb. 13 and 14. To order a singing Valentine call 339-205-8352 by February 8th.
Broadway Favorites Goes to the Movies, on Feb. 6 at 8 p.m. at the House of Prayer, 916 Main St, given by the solo voices of the Unicorn singers and Broad Cove Chorale. Tickets are $30 in advance, $35 at the door. To buy tickets ahead of time, call Sally Davenport, 781-749-7826 for more information. All proceeds go to Horizons for Homeless Children.