SAVE THE DATE:  Whitman Day 2023: Saturday June 10th!

Now Accepting Food Vendors for Whitman Day 2023!  
Email if you would like us to send you the Food Truck/Food Vendor Registration Form.  Thank you! 

Whitman Day 2022 was a "homerun"

Whitman Day started with a puppy parade at Hobart's Pond led by Lt. Michael Loring K-9 officer and ended at the Welcome Tent next to the basketball courts.  FREE music, art and activities were offered all day long, for all ages.  Food was available for purchase from our Troop 22 and High School Band Boosters, and the Tailgaters Food Truck - sausages, hot dogs, french fries and fried dough.  The weather was beautiful, a little hot for some, but we finally got to come together with friends, family and neighbors to celebrate Whitman Day!  Thank you to all the town departments, groups, organizations, businesses and clubs who participated in this community wide festival!  We are looking forward to next year, Whitman Day on Saturday, June 10th, 2023!  SAVE THE DATE!

Google “Home of the Toll House Cookie”
The answer is:
Whitman, Massachusetts!

To celebrate this, the Whitman Cultural Council is giving a Chocolate Chip Cookie sticker to the first 2,000 attendees at Whitman Day.  Stop by our WELCOME TENT next to the basketball courts to get your free Whitman Day 2022 sticker!

But, Whitman is much more than a CC Cookie- we are home to Regal Shoe Factory, the first bell foundry and a historic,  architecturally designed, Olmsted park.  We have a lot to celebrate in Whitman on #WhitmanDay Saturday, June 25th
The residents of Whitman are so fortunate to have a steady volunteer group at our local Food Pantry.
These dedicated folks are available to answer your call when you are in need of food assistance.
The Whitman Cultural Council invites all attendees who are coming to Whitman Day on Saturday June 25th to bring a non-Perishable food item to donate to The Food Pantry.  

Collection areas will be at the Welcome Tent and near the Bandstand/Gazebo. Stop by the Gazebo area and meet the amazing Food Pantry volunteers.  If you wish to make a tax deductible monetary donation, checks can be made payable to SVDP (St Vincent DePaul)
The Whitman food pantry is located at 44 Blake St in the Milligan Safe Co. building and can be reached at 781-447-8560.
Thank you for your support!
The Awesome Robb Magic Show is coming to Whitman Day!  11:30am next to the Art Tent.  Bring the little kids, bring the big kids!  Enjoy some laughter and magic for all ages!

Whitman Day 2022

The Whitman Day Planning Committee, in partnership with the Whitman Cultural Council, is excited to announce that the first annual Whitman Day will be held (rain or shine!) on June 25th, 2022 in the Whitman Town Park.

The goal of Whitman Day is to bring our community together to celebrate a variety of creative local artists and many forms of art & culture.

Festival programming will be inclusive of all demographics, showcasing music (live bands!), exhibits from local business owners, Information tables from our Schools PTO/PAC, demonstrations and activities with local civic groups (Boy/Girl Scouts!), information from Town Departments, a Touch-A-Truck event from the Police, Fire and DPW, hands-on art projects, "The Gallery on the Green" Artists Tent, a puppy parade and more!

As an important member of our community, we hope you will consider becoming a part of Whitman Day and register your group, department or business today!  Click on the REGISTER HERE button below by JUNE 12th to be included in Whitman Day!  (Please note: Involvement in Whitman Day is geared towards community connection and interaction. We are not accepting Vendor applications at this time, and this is not an opportunity to sell goods during the event.)

This event is free for all residents, and you do not have to sign up if you are coming to enjoy the fun!  If the weather is a total washout, we have secured alternate indoor locations throughout the town so save the date and let's celebrate Culture, Creativity & Community- RAIN or SHINE!

Questions? Please email us at

Thank you,

Whitman Day Planning Committee

Exhibit Tents

Clubs, Teams, Town Departments, Businesses and more!

Stage Performers

Music, Dance and More!


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Olmsted Whitman Park
Click on the image to visit Olmsted 200 website

The Land for Whitman Park was donated by Augustus Whitman in 1880.  The original survey & plans were designed by Ernest W. Bowditch, engineer and landscape designer, 1881.  In 1900 and 1931, plans were designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr. and his brother John Charles Olmsted.  The Whitman Town Park was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2003.