The Arc Of The South Shore To Hold 10th Annual Summer Soiree June 22nd At Webb State Park In North Weymouth

Get your tickets and mark your calendars for Thursday, June 22nd when The Arc of the South Shore, a family-oriented, community-based non-profit providing information, referrals, and community programs for individuals with disabilities, will host its 10th Annual Summer Soiree.

To be held from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. on the shores of Webb State Park in North Weymouth, the signature event will feature a full evening of gourmet food, specialty cocktails, live music, and unique auction items. The occasion will also showcase several of the individuals served by The Arc who will share their personal stories.

Last year, The Arc provided information, referrals, and community programming to 4,562 individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, including autism. The support of donors assists The Arc in delivering programs and safe, engaging opportunities to improve the health, safety, and independence of the individuals it serves.

“As it has for the past nine years, this amazing event brings together friends, new and old, who have supported The Arc of the South Shore, as well as the individuals who we proudly serve,” said Abigail Parrilla, CEO of The Arc of the South Shore.  “We anticipate a larger than ever gathering this year – with everyone enjoying fine food, conversation, and much camaraderie under the twinkling lights of our incredible event tent.”

For ticket information to the Summer Soiree and sponsorship opportunities, please visit The Arc’s website at

About the Arc of the South Shore, Inc.
The Arc of the South Shore (The Arc) was founded in 1951 when a group of individuals created a school for children with disabilities. Then, in 1967, The Arc was deeded property at Webb State Park in Weymouth; the space gave the agency a permanent home and the opportunity to expand. By the end of the 1980s, The Arc became a multi-service agency. Today, The Arc is a family-oriented, community-based non-profit providing information, referrals, and community programs for individuals with disabilities.

These services include an Autism Resource Center, early intervention program, community supports, employment services, day supports and habilitation programs, in-home care, and residential services. All of their programs are based on their six core values of people first, community, transparency, self-determination, diversity, and respect. The Arc serves participants from communities throughout the South Shore, including Abington, Milton, Quincy, Randolph, Braintree, Weymouth, Hingham, Hull, Cohasset, Scituate, and Norwell. Through their 71-year history, they have helped more than 85,000 people.