This is our pick of the best of the burbs. For more information, go to www.boston.com and search music, restaurants, arts and crafts, and other goings-on throughout Greater Boston.
Hingham: What do you get when a story slam meets a writer’s workshop? Storytellers, story lovers, listeners, and writers at all levels are invited to participate in a Writer’s Block Slam Shop, a new event that is a collaboration between Jay O’Callahan’s writing group Spoken Voices and the South Shore Conservatory. Friday, 7 p.m., South Shore Conservatory, One Conservatory Drive. $15. 781-749-7565, www.sscmusic.org/spoken_voices.html.
Marshfield: Round up the family for an evening in the hay and enjoy a naturalist-guided hayride through the sanctuary. Under the light of the full harvest moon, search for wildlife and listen to stories of the season. Rediscover some old-fashioned fun with your family. Saturday, 4 to 5:30 p.m., Daniel Webster Wildlife Sanctuary, Winslow Cemetery Road. $9; $6 for Mass Audubon members. 781-837-9400, www.massaudubon.org.
Norwood: A live Debbie and Friends show is a jaunt through a variety of styles, from straight-ahead pop to country, to rock, to reggae. Saturday, 10:30 a.m., Norwood Theatre, 109 Central St. $7, $5 kids. www.norwoodstage.org.
Plymouth: Folk singer/songwriter Lucy Kaplansky performs to promote her new CD, “Reunion.” Saturday, 8 p.m., Driftwood Folk Cafe, 19 Town Square. $20 in advance, $23 at the door. 508-224-7024, www.driftwoodfolkcafe.com.Event organizers: submit items directly at www.boston.com/addevents.