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Abington - Drive Through Nativity Sat, Dec 18, 5 - 6:30. Come drive through our North Ave Parking Lot for a Live Nativity. Donations accepted for the Abington Food Pantry.

Abington - Holiday Centerpiece Sun, Dec 19, 4p, Seoane's Garden Center. Create a spectacular table centerpiece, using fresh greens and a mix of cut flowers. Class is $60 all supplies included. Please call to sign up 781-878-1306.

Attleboro - Love is Born: 2021 Festival of Lights Now through Jan 2, 2022. Included is the light display, International Creche Museum, Food Court/Cafeteria, Snack Bar - Hot Chocolate/Cider - Clopper the Donkey - Carousel AND MORE!

Fri - Sun, through Dec 19, 10a. Join us for our Winter Market on Stockwell Dr. featuring 25+ artisans & food trucks!

Bourne - Wreaths Across America Sat, Dec 18, 12p. We currently have about 2k wreaths sponsored so far. Please spread the word so we can adorn as many veterans final duty stations as possible this year.

Bridgewater - Mystical Gong Vibrations Sun, Dec 19, 6p, Maha Yoga. An opportunity to invite relaxation into your mind & body as the sounds of Gong instill a deep state of relaxation while providing a measurable sense of wellness which compliments modern medical therapies & so much more. Experience a short guided relaxation & breath practice (pranayama) before Gong with a meditation to follow. Join Gong percussionist, certified yoga instructor & energy medicine practitioner, Claudia D’Emilia Lafrate. Registration is required

Bridgewater - Central Square Congregational Church, UCC Premieres One-Act Christmas Opera Sun, Dec 19, 10a. Central Square Congregational Church UCC in will be presenting the world premiere of “The Lady of the Inn,” a Christmas opera in one act. The opera will be performed by mezzo-sopranos Stephanie Kacoyanis and Christina English, members of the Grammy-nominated vocal ensemble Lorelei. The music was written especially for Central Square Church and for Lorelei, by award-winning composer and pianist Mari Kotskyy. The libretto was written by Katherine Garrison Chapin, a twentieth-century American poet who was best known for her collaborations with composer William Grant Still. Lorelei gives special emphasis to promoting the work of women’s voices.The service will be available in-person and streaming on YouTube and Facebook.
Bridgewater - Breakfast with Santa Sat, Dec 18, 9 - 11:30a, Bridgewater Citizens Club, 60 Hale St. Join Rolling Thunder, Inc MA Ch2 for breakfast with Santa! This event is in support of their mission to help local veterans in need. For more information, call 774-766-9214.

Brockton - Black Owned Mini Holiday Market Sat - Sun, through Dec 19, 8a - 5p. Black Owned Brockton will partner with Westgate Mall to host a Holiday Market Pop-Up featuring a variety of local entrepreneurs showcasing curated art, apparel, beauty products, home goods, gifts and more. Over 20 vendors will be present for a series of five weekends including Black Friday & Christmas Eve. CHRISTMAS WEEK: Dec 20, 21, 22, 23, 24.

Brockton - Poetry Workshop at Brockton Arts Sun, Dec 19, 4p. The beauty of December cannot be denied. Ice hanging from the eaves, colored lights bursting through the snow. Inside, everything glows with a special warmth. It brings us back to our childhoods. Memories are ornaments that can glow through poetry. We can help make your thoughts come to life. We welcome our friends, followers, and newcomers back to the workshop. The event is usually held in the gallery but check for signage or the security desk if you have trouble finding us.

Brockton - Christmas Caroling & Fellowship Sat, Dec 18, 4p, Pearl Street Methodist Church. We invite you to join us for this fun annual event. We will meet at the church to carpool for caroling. After caroling, we will regroup at the church for a time of great food and fellowship.

Canton - Winterlights at The Bradley Estate Fri - Sun, Dec 17 - 19, 4:30 - 8:30p. Winterlights is back! Join us for a magical outdoor experience at the Bradley Estate as it sparkles with thousands of shimmering and artfully designed holiday lights. Bring the whole family for a fun and safe outdoor experience. Winterlights runs Wednesday through Sunday each week from the Friday after Thanksgiving through January 9th. Winterlights at The Bradley Estate is presented by Citizens Bank. Advanced purchase of timed tickets is required (one ticket needed per person).

Canton - Winter Wonderland at Village Shoppes Sat, Dec 18, 10a - 12p. There will be an ice sculpture demo, holiday music courtesy of the Canton High School Music Department, a hot cocoa station, meet & greet with the Ice Queen & Ice Princess, watercolor cookie painting, winter craft projects, a winter photo app and a free snow globe to the first 300 groups. Don't forget to bring a pair of new or gently used mittens or gloves for our mitten trees!
East Bridgewater - Svaroopa® Yoga @ The She Shed Saturdays @ 9a. Start you weekend blissfully! Svaroopa® is a therapeutic style of yoga. Props, precision alignments and hands-on adjustments help dissolve deep tensions in your body. Contact Janice. 508-331-3564.

Easton - Richard Tucker Memorial Fund Christmas Walkthrough Now through Dec 24, 4:30 - 8:30p, 226 Turnpike St. Join the Richard Tucker Memorial Fund in supporting Military Boxes Overseas, The Fisher House, and First Responders and VA Patients though their Christmas Walkthrough hosted during the month of December leading up to Christmas!

Halifax - Elf on the Shelf XMAS Egg Hunt Sun, Dec 19, 10a, Well Church, after the meeting. The Well Church is SO EXCITED for our fifth annual XMAS EGG hunt. Here’s the story: WELL IT HAPPENED AGAIN!! While we were filling eggs with candy, “Chippy” our elf-on-the-shelf accidentally fell into one of them. Now we desperately need as many children as possible to come and “search” for and “open” eggs, so we can FIND CHIPPY and send him home to the North Pole in time for Christmas. WE WILL BE GIVING AWAY A $100 AMAZON gift card to whoever finds him!! Also, there will be eggs stuffed with CANDY and CASH to HELP MAKE YOUR CHRISTMAS MERRY!!! Ages 0-12.

Hanover - Sleigh Bells Ring Sat, Dec 18th,
noon - 4p. The Hanover Historical Society presents Sleigh Bells Ring at the Historic Drummer Samuel Stetson House, 514 Hanover St. See the Stetson House, Barn, & Cobbler's Shop, all decorated for the Holidays with bells~sleigh bells, cow bells, hand bells, all types. Tours will be self-guided. Scavenger hunts for children. Interactive bells of different types to hear the sounds of holiday celebrating.

Hanson - Drumming Circle Sat, Dec 18, 6p. Friends seated around a fire pit sharing and drumming...a topic is covered and guides us in our discussion. Held monthly. Bring water, a blanket, and an open heart. $20 Donations Welcome.

Hanson - Christmas Bake Sale Sat, Dec 18, 10a - 3p, First Baptist Church of Hanson. FBCH is having a Christmas Bake Sale in their Foyer. Do you have parties to go to this holiday season? Need a Hostess gift? Relax and let us bake for you! Pick up homemade goodies. Many Holiday treats await the public to purchase. Entertaining? We will offer for sale cookies and “bars” for you to take home to build your own party platters.Also for sale will be seasonal candies and pies, all homemade.
Hingham - Winter Solstice Family Fun, Folklore & the Farm Tomten Celebration Sat, Dec 18, 1 - 3p, Weir River Farm. Celebrate the Winter Solstice with your family at the farm! We are excited to celebrate the Scandanavian solstice tradition of welcoming the Tomten elf to the farm to bless our animals, fields and farmers.
Before the Farm Tomten joins us to bless the farm, join us in the barnyard and meet Dixie the pig, Nutmeg the pony, Katniss the goat, and all of our other barnyard friends! Then come inside to hear the story of the Tomten and create a fun craft. Then, we will bless the farm for the upcoming harvest season.

Hingham - Full Moon Hike at World's End Sat, Dec 18, 4:30p. We would like to invite you to join us for a unique outdoor experience. We will open our gate after hours to welcome you and your family and friends to accompany a World’s End guide for a hike on our century-old cart paths. With a setting sun and full moon lighting the way, we will share in informal discussion about the traditional significance of each month’s moon as well as history about World’s End. If you listen and look carefully, you may spot nocturnal wildlife becoming more active at dusk. White tailed deer, red fox, raccoons, barred owls and other woodland animals make their way out into the open fields of World’s End. This is a great opportunity to get outside under the stars and share the joys of nature. Pre-registration online is required and space is limited. Social distancing and masks are required in accordance to Covid-19 state guidelines. 

Hingham - Moonlight Hike at World's End Sun, Dec 19, 4:30p. There is almost nothing more tranquil than an evening walk under a moonlit sky at World’s End. We will open our gate after hours to welcome you and your family and friends to accompany a World’s End guide for a hike on our century-old cart paths. With a setting sun and bright moon lighting the way, we will share in informal discussion about the traditional significance of each month’s moon as well as history about World’s End. If you listen and look carefully, you may spot nocturnal wildlife becoming more active at dusk. White tailed deer, red fox, raccoons, barred owls and other woodland animals make their way out into the open fields of World’s End. This is a great opportunity to get outside under the stars and share the joys of nature. Pre-registration online is required and space is limited. Registration includes parking reservation.

Holbrook - A Christmas Collaborative - Community Christmas Sing-a-long Sat, Dec 18, 7p. Join us for familiar Christmas songs and stories of the holidays! This is a free family event!
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Kingston - Kingston Annual Luminaries Open House Sat, Dec 18, 5:30p, Mayflower Church. Join us to find the Reason for the Season. Come warm up inside!! We will have a music program with refreshments served in our fellowship hall right behind the church with crafts for the kids.

Marshfield - Living Nativity Sun, Dec 19, 4p, First Congregational Church of Marshfield. Please join the FCC Marshfield Youth Group as we bring the story of Jesus' birth to Marshfield Center.

Middleboro - Networking at Noon Fri, Dec 17, 12p. Join us as we network virtually. Have lunch WITH us the 3rd Friday of the month!

Middleboro - Messiah and Carol Sing Fri, Dec 17, 7:30p. Pilgrim Festival Chorus (PFC), the region’s principal community chorus, presents its tenth annual Celebrate! Messiah and Carol Sing-along, at First Congregational Church, 6 Plympton St. William B. Richter, one of PFC’s Artistic Directors, leads the audience in carols & the familiar choruses. In Messiah Sings, popular throughout the area for many years, the audience can either sing or listen. PFC takes the safety of its members and audience seriously. This season, the singers have committed to being fully vaccinated and are wearing masks for rehearsals and performances. Audience members are expected to wear masks while in attendance and to keep socially distanced as possible, regardless of vaccination status. Tickets are $10 for adults and youth ages 12 and up, available at the door. For children under the age of 12, there is no charge. Scores are available to borrow on site, or attendees are welcome to bring their own. 

Middleboro - Build a Holiday Friend Sat, Dec 18, 10a.

Milton - Christmas Cheers at the Eustis Estate Sun, Dec 19, 6p, Eustis Estate, 1424 Canton Ave. Enjoy a magical evening of music and holiday cheer at the Eustis Estate. Explore the 1878 mansion, lavishly decorated for Christmas, while live holiday music fills the halls. Please call 617-994-6600 for more information.

Milton - Solstice Illumination Night Sat, Dec 18, 4p, Governor Hutchinson's Field. As the shortest day of the year approaches, come together with family and friends for a fiery celebration of the return of the light. We’ll gather around campfires to make s’mores, sip warm beverages, listen to a live drumming performance, and watch talented fire spinner Tetra light up the night! To add to the evening’s magic, we’ll be celebrating under a full moon. Enter through the gate on the left side of the field and park along that side. No parking on Adams St. 

Norton - Family Holiday Bingo Sat, Dec 18, 11a - 2p. Come play bingo for all ages in the Community Room! Gift Baskets and prizes are available to be won throughout the event. Presented by the Norton High School National Business Honor Society. Donations are welcome!

Norwell - A Christmas Carol Fri - Sun, through Dec 19th, F & S 7:30 - 9:30p, Sun 3 - 5p. The Company Theatre is proud to bring back a joyous South Shore holiday tradition, our signature production of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. Three spirits visit the miserly Scrooge on Christmas Eve and whisk him away on a journey through memories of his past and glimpses of his future. In one haunted evening, Scrooge sees the error of his ways and repents just in time for a glorious Christmas morning. Charming storybook sets, ghostly special effects, and beautiful holiday music conjure up new holiday merriment for theater-goers young and young at heart. The Company Theatre recommends that all patrons wear masks during indoor performances.
Pembroke - Holiday Craft and Vendor Fair Sat, Dec 18, 10a - 3p. Stop by the Holiday Fair at the Knights of Columbus right on 139! Many vendors, kids activity area, raffle baskets, holiday music and more! Grab a drink at the bar and sip and shop while listening to holiday music!

Pembroke - Christmas Hope Light Show Now through Dec 24, 5 - 8p. Join us for Christmas at North River! We will be hosting our 2nd Annual Christmas Hope Lightshow. This is a free event to our community!

Plymouth - Long Night's Moon Hike: Wareham Bogs Sat, Dec 18, 4:30p. Explore the beautiful bogs of Wareham under a full cold moon!
Cold Moon, or Long Night's Moon, is a term typically used for the full moon in December (around the shortest day of the year). Join hike leaders Skip & Betsy to explore the beauty of Wareham's Bogs during this special night. Hike Leaders will meet participants at Wildlands headquarters at 4:30pm. Then, participants can choose to carpool or take their own car in a caravan to the bogs. The hike will take place behind Redbrook, on Wareham Road. After a cold night of exploring, join fellow hikers back at Davis-Douglas Farm for a fire and hot chocolate! Pets will not be allowed on this hike. We are adhering to state guidelines for COVID-19. 

Plymouth - 5th Annual Sounds of the Season Cabaret Sun, Dec 19, 6p, Spire Center for Performing Arts. Break a Leg Theater Works proudly presents our 5th Annual "Sounds of the Season" cabaret. Join us for a heartwarming adventure as the talented young stars ages 8-18 from across the greater South Shore, along with some special BAL alumni, come together to ring in the holiday season with cheer! This festive cabaret will feature both classic and contemporary hit holiday songs that will surely get your toes tapping and bring you tidings of comfort and joy! Join us for one of your favorite annual traditions. Tickets $20; doors open at 5:30.
Audience must provide proof of Covid-19 Vaccine or a negative Covid test taken within 72 hours. Masks required.

Plymouth - Polar Express Pajama Party Sat, Dec 18, 4p. Come join our kid's craft event, our Polar Express Pajama Party! We will be making some classic Christmas Crafts! The studio will be transformed into our very own Polar Express Train Car! We will enjoy the Polar Express sound track, decorate ornaments, make some garland, and eat delicious refreshments! Gingerbread men waffles, with whipped cream, cookies and some delicious hot cocoa with peppermint sticks! Kids are more than welcome to wear their Christmas pajamas or Christmas ugly sweaters. Limited tickets available. Children must be accompanied by adults. For children 3 and older.

Plymouth - Dried Orange Garland Fundraiser Workshop Fri, Dec 17, multiple sittings. Come and learn how to make your very own Yuletide Dried Orange Garland! Dried citrus, various kinds of locally foraged fresh evergreen, pinecones, cinnamon sticks, ribbon, burlap, wood slices, essential oils, baby’s breath, eucalyptus and maple leaves will be readily available to create your very own masterpiece. 25% of proceeds from this workshop will be going to people in need in the town of Holbrook, to ensure they are getting safe and clean water. Unfortunately, the water in Holbrook is undrinkable due to high PFAS. The proceeds will go towards water jugs and dispensers for the towns most marginalized, elderly and disabled community members. There are 3 different scheduled times for workshops. Please pick one. The workshop is approximately an hour long. Additional fundraising raffles will be held as well during the workshop. Refreshments, hot tea and drinks are complimentary!
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Randolph - Holiday and Chamber Concert Sat, Dec 18, 7p, Stetson Hall. Please join RCB for some holiday cheer! Music greats will be played such as the Hallelujah chorus featuring the voices from the First Congregational Church. Other music includes Nutcracker, Sleigh Ride, Chanukah Highlights, and more! We heard there may even be a visit from Santa and Mr. Claus to help us usher in the holiday season! Admission is free, but please consider a suggested $5 donation! We also will be holding our annual lottery fundraiser and a 50/50 raffle! 

Raynham - Blood Drive Fri - Sun, Dec 17 - 19, 7a - 3:15p. 275 New State Hwy.

Raynham - Kids Gift Making Workshop Sat, Dec 18, 12 - 2p. Let your kids craft a gift to surprise a loved one this Christmas! Kids LOVE to make gifts for their family, and what better way than to keep it a secret until Christmas day? Bring the little crafters (between the ages of 8 and 12) for a 2 hour workshop event! Adults: Be an elf in training to help your child in making their gift for someone of their choosing, or send someone with them if the surprise is for you! -- Adults can also stick around the outside of the elf-workshop and enjoy some coffee on us! This craft will include supervised use of mini glue guns. You know your little crafter best, please use your best judgement when signing up! This personalized (secret) gift will be made in-house with all materials, and wrapped for gift-giving this holiday. This is a perfect way to spread the Christmas cheer, and get your little one involved in the holiday fun.
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Rockland - Last Rockland Winter Market Sat, Dec 18, 10a - 2p. Last Winter Market of 2021 and we have another great line up. Restoration Coffee will be serving lattes, KC’s Curbside Bistro will be serving lunch in the parking lot and Glitter and Gore will be making festive faces this Saturday at the senior center. Of course the room will be filled with handcrafted items and the talented people who made them so make sure to stop by and enjoy the talents of our community.

Taunton - Emo Night Karaoke with a Live Band Sat, Dec 18, 8p. The District Center for the Arts, 15 Court St. (508) 386-9413. Live band Karaoke with YOU on vocals!!

Taunton - Downtown Holiday Pop-up Shoppe Sat & Sun through Dec 19. Downtown Taunton Foundation will again be hosting a Holiday Pop-up Shoppe in 2021! The shoppe will be open Saturdays, 10a - 4p and Sundays, 10a - 2p. The Shoppe will feature up to 33 vendors per weekend and will be housed at the former Taunton Gazette building, 5 Cohannett St. Shoppers will receive 1 complimentary raffle ticket for the Shoppe raffle which will be held the last day of the Shoppe, at noon.

Taunton - Sound Bath Sat, Dec 18, 7p. We invite you to join us at Mirror Mirror; please use the back door, it’s labeled. You can sit or lay down, while we play a variety of Instruments like the Drum, Rattle, crystal bowls, gong, wind chimes, rain stick and others. All of our Instruments connect to different elements.
Taunton - Pictures with Santa Sun, Dec 19, 4 - 6p, Star Drive-in. Once again, we are happy to host this Free Family Fun Event. Pictures can be taken with your camera with Santa or he can visit your car!

Walpole - Reindeer Quest (Self-Guided) Fri - Sun, Dec 17 - 19, dawn to dusk. Grab your snow shoes, hiking boots, or cross-country skis and get the family outside to seek out the four wooden reindeer sculptures hidden in Bird Park. See if you can find “Charlie,” “Anna,” “Billy,” and “Birdy” and leave a bell around the neck of the first one you spot! This is a self-guided program and bells can be found by the Bird Park Office. Maps marked with their locations are posted in the information kiosks at the Pleasant Street and Rhoades Ave entrances and at the information kiosk at the southwest corner of Vista Field. The largest parking lot for the park is on Polley Lane.

Walpole - New England Ringers: Christmas in Color Sat, Dec 18, 4p. United Church in Walpole is happy to welcome back The New England Ringers performing their exciting handbell arrangements of your favorite Christmas tunes. This gem of a holiday show will please the entire family.

Whitman - Stories with Mrs Claus Sat, Dec 18, 1 - 3p. This year we wanted to continue our Christmas Tradition of writing letters to Santa while enjoying beloved Christmas Stories. Join Mrs. Claus in her living room at the North Pole for cocoa, cookies and stories. Make sure to bring your letter for Santa and bring a toy for another family who is in need this holiday season as we are partnering with the Whitman Police Station to spread holiday cheer. Tickets are limited so make sure to register here.

Whitman - Winter & Christmas Crafts Sat, Dec 18th, 10:30a - 12p, Community Room at Library. Drop in to make some Christmas and winter themed crafts! All ages! CONTACT: Steph

Whitman - Full Moon Gong Bath & Meditation Fri, Dec 17, 7p, Whitman Wellness. The gong is a sacred, ancient instrument of healing & transformation. Participants often experience release in tension, a rejuvenation of energy, and a calming effect on body and mind. $5 of your $20 investment will go to Whitman Toy Drive for the month of December.

Wollaston - South Shore Sights & Lights Holiday Trolley Tour - Adults Only Through Jan 2, 2022. Limited space is available and on a first come, first served basis for ticket sales. The tour begins at WOLLASTON TRAIN STATION. We will let you know exactly where to meet the trolley via email. Check out some of the South Shore's most beautiful holiday light displays, listen to music, sing songs, and make new friends! We will travel through a few towns with beautiful displays, with the potential for a few surprise detours! Halfway through the trip, we will arrive at a dining establishment where all guests can grab a drink or 2! There will also be a full bar and appetizers/ other menu options available to all guests! The price of your ticket will ALSO include a beverage at the establishment where we stop.

Brockton - HOLIDAY SHOPPING AT BLF GIFT SHOP Sat, 10a - 2p, Wed, 5 - 8p & Thurs, 11a - 3p. The Brockton Library Foundation Gift Shop, located at 304 Main Street inside the Brockton Main Library will be open more days and hours from now on. Get holiday last minute gifts and more or something for you. All proceeds from sales benefit library programs for all ages.  More volunteers are needed so Richard Duval, the new manager can keep it open more days during the week. Please email the Foundation at if you are interested or have questions. Donations continue to be accepted.   

West Bridgewater - Old Bridgewater Historical Society Memorial Building Open Wednesdays, noon - 3p. Museum shop is open for your last minute gifts for local historians and genealogists. Browse our collection of books which highlight local history and families or enjoy our collection of artifacts and reference materials. Email for more information.

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Brockton - CANCER SURVIOR CELEBRATION OF LIFE BANQUET Thurs, Dec 23, 5p. Team Veronica Cancer Resource Center is holding a Cancer Survivor Celebration of life banquet at Teen Challenge, 20 Clifton Ave.  Come and tell us your story and help inspire others with your strength and determination.  For more information please contact Dr. James Bruce at 617-259-4398.  Donations are always accepted.  

West Bridgewater - 200 Years of North Bridgewater Sun, Jan 23, 2p, Old Bridgewater Historical Society, 162 Howard St. Join us for a talk about the bicentennial and history of North Bridgewater. Artifacts will be presented, followed by a Q&A. Presented by Bill Hogan, lifetime Brockton resident, city historian, president of DBM and former owner of Hobbies Hobby.