Abington - Fresh Flower Easter Basket Workshop Sat, April 8, 2–3p. You will create a Fresh Flower Basket Arrangement using an assortment of fresh cut flowers. All supplies included. Please call to sign up 781-878-1306.

Abington - Blood Drive Sat, April 8, 7a–12p, Knights of Columbus, 254 Hancock Street.

Avon - Adult Crafternoon: Make Plastic Yarn Sat, April 8, 12p. We will be learning to make yarn from plastic bags with the help of our new, free, crafting resource Creativebug! Beginners and seasoned crafters alike are welcome. We'll provide the supplies, all you need to bring is your creativity! This program is open to patrons age 16 and up. To register: Call 508-583-0378

Bridgewater - Community Breakfast to Benefit Easterseals Massachusetts Sat, April 8, 8a. Please join us to support Easterseals Massachusetts, Military and Veterans Programs.
MassVeteran.com shares information on services & activities to assist with reintegration from military service with the intent of preventing chronic hardships. Pancakes, French toast, scrambled eggs, bacon and home fries. Adults $10, Kids just $5, Under 2 years of age & veterans with valid ID eat for free. Raffles.

Bridgewater - BCCR April Standout Sat, April 8, 10–11a. The Bridgewater Communities for Civil Rights will be leading their monthly standout this April 8th in Bridgewater Center. The focus this month is to put an end to gun violence. All are welcome to attend and support the cause.

Bridgewater - Community Dance Fri, April 7, 7 - 9p, 10 Wally Krueger Way. All ages enjoy an evening of international folk dance, New England squares and contras, mixers, and line dances.

Bridgewater - Easter Sunrise Service (Ecumenical) on Hanson Farm - 6:30 Am Sunday April 9 600 Pleasant St . Please join us for Easter Sunrise Service, generously hosted by Hanson Farm in Bridgewater. This is a community event, and all are welcome. Feel free to bring a chair, and we look forward to seeing you there.

Bridgewater - Lego Free Build Sat, April 8, 9–11a. Come in and build with our Legos! Leave your creation to be displayed in the children's room. This program is drop in & parents will need to remain with their children and supervise.

Brockton - APCSM Bake Sale Sun, April 8, 12–3p. Join us on the second weekend of every month for the APCSM's famous bake sale! Raise funds for animals while satisfying your sweet tooth! Common goods found at the sale include brownies, pies, cookies, breads, cupcakes, and more. Every dollar raised benefits the animals.

Brockton - Easter Bunny Hop Sat, April 8, 11a–1p. This event is free & fun for the whole family! Activities include-Easter Bunny, DJ, Arts & Crafts and much more.

Brockton - Deaf Social @ WestGate Lanes Sat, April 8, 3p. Bowling restaurant beer n drink let have fun see u all there.
Brockton - Massasoit Spring Musical Fri & Sat, April 7 & 8, 7p, Massasoit Community College, Brockton Campus, Buckley Performing Arts Center, 1 Massasoit Boulevard. A staged reading of the brand new musical Halley’s Comet. Written by Cameron Torres, Mikey O’Malley and Eli Bigelow, the year is 1986, and Halley’s Comet is about to pass over the town of Huntersville. The town has pulled out all the stops for this spectacular wonder. As the town prepares, a young girl spends her night reuniting her parents, a teen scrambles to keep friendships intact, and an elderly couple gets lost in the past. Through the mysticism of the comet, the park, and the night itself, moments from the past meet the present and guide the town towards the future, as they embark on a night that is truly once in a lifetime. Directed by Gary Bigelow this new work’s staged reading will run for two shows April 7 & 8th. Both performances will include a talkback to obtain audience opinions and suggestions on the new work. Tickets are available online.

Canton - Easter Egg Hunt & Family Fun Day at The Irish Cultural Centre Sat, April 8, 11a–2p. Come Join us for our Easter Family Breakfast morning at the ICC! The Easter Bunny will be on site alongside a full morning of Art's N' Craft
Come Join us for our Easter Family Breakfast morning at the ICC! The Easter Bunny will be on site alongside a full morning of Art's N' Crafts, Music, Song & Dance! Buffet style breakfast will be served, arts n'crafts and live music will all be on offer! $25 per person.

Canton - The Friday Night Session at the Irish Cultural Centre Various Fridays through June 30, 6–9p. Check event. Join Us & Experience Irish Culture at its finest! Open Session For Musicians & Singers of all ages and abilities! Irish Food & Drink available to purchase at the ICC Bar from 5p. Family Friendly Environment.

Dartmouth - Eco Walk: Wildflowers Sat, April 8, 3–4:30p. Join the Trustees at Slocum’s River Reserve for a relaxing, guided stroll through meadows, woodlands, and a coastal marsh. Guides will share what makes Slocum’s special, including the vast range of wildflowers that bloom here in Spring.

Duxbury - Flower Truck: Make Your Own Bouquet Sat, April 8, 9a–12p. Join us at the Duxbury Marketplace for a create your own bouquet experience! Flowers are priced by the stem so you can build your own custom arrangement for Easter. We roll in from 9a–12p or until we sell out. Cash or Venmo only.

East Bridgewater - Easter Egg Hunt Sat, April 8, 10:30–11a. Its that time of year again for a fun Egg Hunt! Come join us at Camp Satucket for a fun filled morning! Bring your Basket!! The event will begin promptly at 10:30a and you don't want to be late. We expect all the eggs to be gone by 10:40a. We will have 2 different "hunt areas." One for Kids ages 5+ and one for kids under 5. 

East Bridgewater - Open House with the Easter Bunny Sat, April 8, 10a–12p, Little Discoveries. Meet the Bunny and see our indoor play space.
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Easton - Easter Fun Day at the Y Fri, April 7, 11:30a–1:30p.. Come join us for some Easter fun! We will have "pluck-a-duck" in the pool, crafts & snacks in KidZone and a visit from the Easter Bunny! Join us for 1,2 or all 3 events.

Halifax - Spring Vendor Fair Sat, April 8, 11a–2p. Come shop some amazing local businesses, grab some studio flyers, & see the studio!

Halifax - The Ancient Art of Drying & Pressing Flowers Now through April 15, 12–5p, Holmes Public Library. Come see and learn about this ancient and very interesting craft hobby. Step by step display of how to do dried pressed flowers.

Halifax - Writing Sessions with Ruth Mills Fridays, 10a – 12p, Halifax COA. Halifax Council on Aging welcomes Ruth Mills Literary Services, LLC. Ruth Mills, an editor and ghostwriter with more than 25 years’ publishing experience will be volunteering her talents every Friday. She has worked for several prestigious publishers, and she has edited and published hundreds of successfully sold and reviewed books. Come by and let’s write about you! For more information on Ruth Mills Literary Services, LLC., click here.

Hanover - Easter Egg Hunt Sat, April 8, 11a–1p. FREE Easter egg hunt for families with children ages 0 to 10 years. Golden egg/prize baskets, face painting, crafts, and snacks.

Hanson - April Dinner & a Movie Sat, April 8, 5p. Join us for Dinner and a Movie! Dinner includes Baked Spaghetti Pie, bread and Butter, salad, and for dessert: Strawberry Shortcake! All for $7 and a donation to the Food Pantry. Then stay afterwards for "The Mulligan."
Hanson - Red Horse Farm Easter Event Sat, April 8, 9–10:30a. Join us for our first annual Easter eggstravaganza featuring a farm-wide Easter egg hunt, photos with the Easter bunny on our big red tractor, egg decorating, and face painting for the little ones!

Hingham - Sensory-Friendly Open Barnyard at Weir River Farm Sat, April 8, 1p. This program offers a dedicated hour with a reduced number of guests and quieter sensory friendly environment. Any family that would benefit from a limited capacity visit is welcome. During the series, you’ll have the opportunity to experience life on one of the last working farms on the South Shore. In the barnyard, meet our ponies, llama, and potbellied pig. Have a chance to interact with our goats, sheep, and chickens. See if you can find our herd of black and white belted Galloway cattle in their pastures. Enjoy the beautiful StoryWalk™. Pre-registration is required for this event. Children 2 and under are free. Resources available to prepare for your visit include a Social Story Guide available online, here. A special sensory kit and visual story guide are available in the barnyard. You may borrow noise-reducing headphones and sensory items from the staff in the barnyard for easier access during your visit.

Hingham - Bird Walk at World's End Sat, April 8, 8–10a. Walk the trails of World’s End this spring, especially “Bird Alley” and “The Valley” searching for spring sounds and activity. Positioned in Hingham Bay, World’s End offers an attractive green oasis for birds flying along the coast. Poor weather conditions and unfavorable fronts often force birds to make landfall which, while not so ideal for the birds, can result in spectacular birding for humans.
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Mansfield - Blood Drive Fri, April 7, 9a–2p, America's Best Defense Martial Arts Academy, 290 Forbes Blvd.

Mansfield - Cowboy Action Shooting Sat, April 8, 9a–6p. Join the Mansfield Marauders for their Cowboy Action event! Registration starts at 9a, safety briefing at 9:45a, and shooting starts at 10a. See or email Lesky for more information. 

Middleborough - Spring Stuffy Family Workshop Fri, April 7, 5p. Join us at the Middleboro Y for a Spring Stuffy Family Workshop!
Build a Stuffy, make a story and take a Holiday photo with your new friend! All ages are welcome to build a buddy! Children and Adults! $20.00 Build A Stuffy includes: 15"-16" unstuffed animal, stuffing fluff, heart, birth certificate and bag.

Middleborough - Easter Egg Hunt Sat, April 8, 10a. Enjoy a fun time with your family, friends, and neighbors this Easter! There will be thousands of eggs for your kids to find - rain or shine! This is a FREE event for the community.

Norwell - Seasonal Sinus Buster MLD Mini-Sessions @ The Organic Juice Barn Sat, April 8, 10a–2p. Join Nikki Monteiro of SOul Good Massage (Hingham) for live demonstrations of 20 min mini sessions FREE of charge. Rest peacefully on her massage table while she gently assists your body in moving lymph, toxins, metabolic waste, etc throughout your Lymphatic System.

Pembroke - Dart Tournament Fri, April 7, 6p. Fundraiser for Old School House #7. $20 per person, 50/50, prize and plaque. Partners by lottery. Single round elimination. Venmo EPCC-1 Jan Story. $5 burger or hot dog, chips & water. Bring your own darts and refreshments.

Pembroke - Black Powder Monthly Shoot Sat, April 8, 10a–1p. Join us on the Black Powder Range in the woods just past pistol for an open casual day of shooting primitive style firearms. Flint, Match, or Percussion, Rifle or Pistol. Round ball only!

Plymouth - Spring Market Sat, April 8, 10a. Our Spring Market will be filled with Fresh flowers, seasonal goods, local businesses and vendors, and baked goods! Located at Mother Crewe Naturals in Downtown Plymouth, Our store will also be open from 9a–7:30p. Complimentary coffee and refreshments for vendors and customers! ** Free Entry for customers.

Raynham - Blood Drive Fri - Sun, April 7–9, 7a - 3:15p, 275 New State Highway.

Rockland - April Shopping Event Sat, April 8, 12–4p. Come explore & shop inside the Sandpaper Factory where there are local artisans, craftsmen, artful cards, felting, home decor, women's boutique & accessories. Plus honey, pottery, stained glass, guitars, sweets & savories, telephone & oddities museum & more. (all subject to availability each month) Park on either side of the building and enter through the front porch. 83 East Water Street.
Sharon - Project FeederWatch Fri & Sat, April 7–8, 9 - 11a. Watch birds visiting Moose Hill's bird feeders and collect important data for Project FeederWatch in Moose Hill's beautiful sun room.
No experience is necessary to participate in Project FeederWatch, a Cornell Lab of Ornithology led research project to survey birds that visit feeders in yards, community areas, nature centers and other areas in North America.

Taunton - Pool Egg Hunt Fri, April 7, 10–11a. Collect as many eggs as you can in our splash pad!

Taunton - Gospel Karaoke Sundays, 6–10p through April 30th. Platinum City Gaming Presents Gospel Karaoke Night. All Gospel Music. Music by Rashaud aka Dj4hunna. Free Event.

Taunton - Arts & Humanity Open Mic Sat, April 8, 1–3p. Free open mic with featured performers to celebrate Poetry Month 2023! Join us for a friendly, inclusive afternoon Open Mic session at the Old Colony History Museum. Featured performers will present original works of poetry.
Open mic performances are first come, first-served. Performances of music, poetry, storytelling, dance, and more are all welcome! Give us a call at 508-822-1622 with any questions! We invite all to attend and simply enjoy the work of these area artists and share in their vibrant, creative energy.

Taunton - Fair Foods Fri, April 7, 3–5p. Fair Foods and Old Colony YMCA have partnered to sell fresh produce, meats, and more! Purchase a bag of groceries for $2 bag. Cash Only.

Taunton - Friday Night Magic Commander League Fridays, through April 28, 5 - 11p. $5 entry, chips and soda with entry fee. For every pod you play you may earn up to 4 points per pod (pod power per your discretion) and only 3 pods max can you receive points from.

West Bridgewater - Dress a Girl Around the World Meeting Fri, April 7th, 10a – 12p, West Bridgewater Senior Center. The mission of Dress a Girl is to elevate the esteem of girls around the world by making sure every little girl has the dignity of owning at least one dress. If you like to sew, want to donate fabric, or just want to help a wonderful organization, then stop by the Senior Center! Visit the WB DAG FB group for more information.

Whitman - Winter-Spring Gardening Series Sat, April 8 @ 10:30a, Whitman Public Library. All programs feature master gardener Gretel Anspach, who trained with the Mass Horticultural Society. Join us for the next edition of our Winter-Spring Gardening Series, Raised Bed Vegetable Gardening. Our speaker for the entire series is Master Gardener Gretel Anspach, who trained with the Mass Horticultural Society. As the programs continue, we will follow with displays in the main library with prints of the slides from each program and copies of the books our speaker has recommended. Sponsored by the Friends of the Whitman Public Library.
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Bridgewater - Rummage Sale Sat, April 15, 9a–2p. Bag Sale starts at 1p. Homemade soups to-go and baked goods. Sponsored by the Womens Guild and Fellowship, Central Square Congregational Church, UCC.

Pembroke - BT ALC Big Band - Album Release Show Fri, April 14, 7p. Since the group's formation in 2011, BT ALC Big Band, led by trombonist Brian Thomas and trumpeter Alex Lee-Clark, have gained a reputation for hard grooving original compositions featuring a rotating collective of some of the most virtuosic, soulful and funky musicians in Boston. The band draws from the big band traditions established by American icons like Duke Ellington and Count Basie infused with grooves inspired by the likes of James Brown, The Meters, Fela Kuti and A Tribe Called Quest, creating an undeniably unique sound and a mind blowing live show experience.

Stoughton - Parents Night Out - Strange World Fri, April 14, 5:30–8:30p. Drop your children off for a night of fun at the Stoughton YMCA to enjoy a movie, pizza, and crafts. Movie: Strange World. Craft: Make your own turtle. Pizza will be served.

Carver - Introduction to Trail Crew Maintenance Sat, April 15, 10a–12p. The Carver Trail and Conservation Stewards committee welcomes all who’d like to volunteer to our trail training and clean-up days at Savery Avenue Conservation Land trails. We’ll be doing a walk-through only (no brush cutting) and will ID various hazards, get a safety brief, and learn about equipment use. If you come to volunteer, bring water, trash bags, and gloves, wear something orange, and wear comfortable shoes. From Town Hall (108 Main St) turn left onto Rt. 58 South/Main St., and go about 1.2 miles to Savery Ave on your right. Bear right into Savery Ave and park near the information kiosk at the first picnic area on the right side of the Avenue. Trails begin near the kiosk. We hope to see you there!!

Middleborough - 10th Annual Herring Run Festival Sat & Sun, April 15 & 16, 2, 11a–4p, Oliver Mill Park, Nemasket St. and Rte. 44. Middleboro Tourism Committee's 10th Annual Herring Run Festival with Merchant Vendors, Food Vendors, Games, Exhibits, Demonstrations, Music, Beer Garden and Lots of herring. Free Admission & Free Shuttle Buses or choose. $5 Paid Parking at 99 North Street. FREE Parking and shuttle at Middleboro Town Hall, HBB/MKG school complex, and Jackson St. FREE Parking and shuttle service at the COA for those with a handicap placard (558 Plymouth St)

Rehoboth - Line Dance Weekend with Gary O'Reilly Fri & Sat, April 14–15. We're bringing you a weekend with the amazing Gary O'Reilly. We'll be having a Friday night dance, followed by an all-day Saturday event with workshops and dancing and a Saturday evening dance. The event will be held at the Hillside Country Club. Tickets now available via Eventbrite. The event price includes lunch and dinner on Saturday.

Plymouth - Homeschool Day Fri, April 21, 10a–12p. Celebrate Earth Day with Plimoth Patuxet Museums! Join our Museum Educators for a hands-on blend of science and history. Explore some of the ponds and streams that sustained daily life in Patxuet and Plymouth Colony and discover how these landscapes and waterways help us understand our communities today. Best for ages 8-10.

Bridgewater - Central Closet Thrift Shop Saturday, April 22, 10a–1p. All are welcome to visit the Central Closet Thrift Shop at Central Square Congregational Church, UCC, located at 71 Central Square. Clothing, housewares, decor, accessories, books, and more. Constantly changing inventory! Donations are accepted ONLY during shop hours.

Halifax - Clothing Swap/Giveaway Sat, April 22nd, 10a –2p, Halifax Town Green. As part of the HBC Earth Day/Spring Fest, there will be a clothing swap/giveaway. In the vein of Buy Nothing Groups, attendees to the fair are welcome to look through the clothes to re-home them if they wish! Clothes should be clean but may be stained or holey. Whatever is left at the end of the fair will be donated. Email with any questions.

West Bridgewater - History of D.W. Field Park & Annual Members Meeting Sun, April 23, 1p. Join us for a presentation by Bill Hogan, OBHS board member, on the history of DW Fields Park. This will be followed by our annual members meeting. Light refreshments. Admission $5 for lecture.
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