This is our pick of the best of the burbs.
Danvers: The Rebecca Nurse Homestead, most notable as the home of Rebecca Nurse, executed during the Salem witchcraft hysteria, became a museum over 100 years ago. At 1912 Gala Day, see the museum at its original admission price of only 25 cents. Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Rebecca Nurse Homestead, 149 Pine St. 25 cents. 978-774-8799, www.rebeccanurse.org.
Essex: Essex County Greenbelt, the region’s premier member-supported land conservation organization will present the 23d annual Art in Barn artisan showcase and sale. New to the lineup of art and jewelry exhibited this year is an outdoor sculpture walk featuring large-scale works installed along the walking trails and in the scenic fields overlooking the Essex River. Friday through Sunday. Essex County Greenbelt, 82 Eastern Ave. Free. 978-768-7241, www.ecga.org.
Malden: Kammerwerke Winds, under the direction of Alan Pearlmutter, will present “A European Tour” performed by the Kammerwerke Double Woodwind Quintet. Sunday, 7:30 p.m. , St. Paul’s Parish Episcopal, 26 Washington St. $15, Seniors/Students $10. 781-324-9544, www.kammerwerke.org.
Wakefield: Rock For Dads is a benefit concert for the Prostate Cancer Foundation. This Father’s Day weekend, celebrate with two great rock bands and raise some money for a worthy cause. Saturday, 7 to 11 p.m. Wakefield Lodge of Elks, 63 Bay State Road. $20. 781-245-7971, www.facebook.com/ events/326219744064867.