LINCOLN Take a trip to deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum to see “Watershed,” the only public outdoor work by renowned British sculptor Andy Goldsworthy in New England. “Watershed,” a 9-by-15-foot granite stone structure built into a pondside slope, explores the power of water and the ways in which its force, energy, and impact respond to weather. The deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum is located at 51 Sandy Pond Road. For hours and more information, call 781-259-8355 or go to www.decordova.org.
CONCORD Three Stones Gallery, 115 Commonwealth Ave., West Concord, presents its annual Holiday Bazaar now through Jan. 4, featuring artwork and handmade items from more than 20 local artists. For hours and more information, go to www.threestonesgallery.com.
HARVARD Celebrate the Solstice with a visit to “Darkness to Light,” an exhibition of sculptures and installations by local artists on view through Jan. 4 at Five Sparks, Harvard’s new arts and culture center located in the town’s former library at 7 Fairbanks St., Harvard. For hours and more information, go to www.harvardculture.org.
BOYLSTON Spend a winter day in the garden — indoor gardens, that is — at Tower Hill Botanic Garden’s annual Winter Wonderland, on view now through Dec. 30. Some spaces are decked out in holiday décor; others will transport you to another land, such as the subtropical display in the greenhouse conservatory. Special seasonal events are offered throughout the week, including a concert and a snowperson-building workshop. For the full schedule and more information, call 508-869-6111 or go to www.towerhillbg.org. Tower Hill Botanic Garden is located at 11 French Drive, Boylston.
NANCY SHOHET WEST