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.
Canton: Produced by Oisín Mac Diarmada of award-winning lrish group Téada, “Irish Christmas in America” features top Irish musicians, singers, and dancers in a performance rich in history, humor, and energy. This family-friendly performance features Irish and Scottish songs, instrumentals, and Irish dancing. Friday, 8 p.m., Irish Cultural Centre of New England, New Boston Drive. $30, $25 advance. 781-821-8291, www.irishculture.org.
Easton: Hosted by Simpson Spring, the Easton Wintertime Farmers Market gives South Shore residents a chance to stock up on local fresh eats before the holidays come around. The indoor farmers market features many New England-based vendors including Jordan Brothers Seafood and Confectionary Creations. Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Simpson Spring, 719 Washington St. 508-238-4472, www.simpsonspring.com.
Hingham: The “One Size Fits All Holiday Show” offers small paintings at prices that are priced for holiday presents. Through Dec. 29. South Street Gallery, 149 South St. 781-749-0430, www.southstreetgallery.com.
Norton: The student-curated exhibition “100 Years, 100 Objects” celebrates the centenary of Wheaton Female Seminary becoming Wheaton College through the display of 100 objects from the college’s Gebbie Archives and its permanent collection. The show investigates the stories associated with objects donated between 1912 and 2012, exploring their creators and donors, and the other histories tied to the objects themselves. Through Dec. 30. Beard and Weil Galleries, Wheaton College, 26 E. Main St., Norton. 508-286-3644.Event organizers: submit items directly at www.boston.com/addevents.