Abington - 2nd Annual Abington Police Association Comedy Show Sat, Feb 18, 6:30p. Please join us for the 2nd annual Abington Police Association Comedy Show. Doors at 6:30p, show starts at 8p. Tickets are $25.00 please reach out to any of our members to get tickets. Look forward to seeing everyone there!

Abington - Valentine's Lunch Sat, Feb 18, 12 - 2p. Come for a Free Lunch, ALL Welcome.

Attleboro - Winter Night Festival Sat, Feb 18, 4 - 8p. A family fun event featuring all things winter has to offer! Take a spin around festival grounds on a train or hayride to see everything the event has to offer. Free Face Painting and Caricatures, & Free Photos with Attleboro High School's New Mascot. Head into the Attleboro Arts Museum to see art being created during the festival. Listen to drumming at the Bonfire and connect with friends.

Bridgewater - Knit-In For Scholarship Sat, Feb 18, 10a - 3p, Bridgewater Public Library. Bring your #7 Needles or J/K Crochet Hook and washable worsted weight (#4) yarn for a Knit-In sponsored by the Taunton Area AAUW. Email cmajemian@aol.com.

Bridgewater - Kid's Tea Time Sun, Feb 19, 2 - 4p. Let's get fancy and have tea! Dress in your Sunday best and get ready for Sunday afternoon tea! Tea and light pastries will be served. Etiquette games and prizes. We have fun dress up accessories for boys and girls. Space is extremely limited. One free adult with the purchase of each child ticket.

Bridgewater - Adult Winter Cardinal Paint Party Sat, Feb 18, 11a, Bridgewater Public library. Join us for this fun & free ADULT paint party! This class will be taught by Robyn Iarrobino from Blue Anchor Studio. Supplies and step by step instructions will be provided. The paintings will be on 16x20 canvas and will be created with acrylic paint, which doesn't come off of clothing, so please dress accordingly. No experience necessary.

Brockton - Meat Raffle Sun, Feb 19, 1p, Enterprise Club. Meat Raffle & 50/50 support us.

Brockton - Poetry Series: Everyone Has a Voice Sat, Feb 18, 2p, Brockton Public Library. The Brockton Public Library is hosting a poetry day! The event will be live and in person at Brockton Public Library (304 Main Street) and will feature local poets such as Nicole Rocci and Sam Libby. There will also be an open mic. For more information, contact Jonathan Stroud at jstroud@cobma.us or 508-894-1423
Brockton - Watch Me Rise Pop-Up Exhibition Now through Mar 26, FCM Great Room. An immersive exhibit to inspire exploration of voice, power and purpose in mental health recovery through poetry and baking. Exhibition panels combine poetry and art by women and LGBTQ+ individuals. Each visitor is offered a journal to chronicle their reflections as they visit the exhibition.

Brockton - Weekly Pokemon Tournaments Saturdays through March 5, 2 - 5p. Everyone gets a POP Series 1 Pack just for playing! Additional Packs and Prizes based on standings. Swiss Round Tournament. Bo1. Standard Format Deck Construction. All Ages Welcome. Learn to Play and Casual Gaming also available. Pokemon at The Wizards Duel, 675 Centre St.

Brockton - Black History Month Film Festival Fri, Feb 17, 2p, Race (PG-13), Sat, Feb 18, 11:30a Hidden Figures (PG) and 2p, The Hate U Give (PG-13), Brockton Public Library Teen Room.
Contact: Nicole O'Brien, 5088941421. FREE

Canton - Family Owl Prowl Fri, Feb 17, 5:30 - 7p. Whooo is making all that noise in your backyard at night? Learn about our local owls. Come with the whole family. We'll start inside to learn about owl calls, behavior and habitat, and then dissect an owl pellet. Afterwards we'll head outside under the moon and stars to see if we can hear or see any owls. Maybe we will or maybe we won't, but it's a ton of fun regardless!

Dartmouth - Wildlife Tracking at Slocums River Reserve Sun, Feb 19, 12 - 2p. Join us for an investigation of Slocums River Reserve to find signs of wildlife all around the trails. Outdoor Educators will provide optic tools to best explore which animals call this woods home. Family friendly!

Duxbury - TBP Present Silent Sky Fri, Feb 17, 8p, Sat, Feb 18, 8p, Sun, Feb 19, 5p. The Bay Players of Duxbury are pleased to present Silent Sky, by Lauren Gunderson! The inspiring story of Henrietta Leavitt, a pioneering astronomer at the Harvard Observatory in the early 1900s. She and female office peers made astronomical discoveries that changed the way we view and measure the stars, and helped establish women's recognition in the scientific workplace. This 5-character play dramatizes Henrietta's struggles & discoveries from the time she arrives at Harvard, the ultimate recognition of her contributions, & her battle with illness leading to her untimely passing. Performances at First Parish Church, 842 Tremont St. Tickets. To reserve tickets and pay at the door, send an email or text (781) 269-9885.
Bridgewater - Bus Trip to Encore Casino: Reserve your spot now! Wed, March 8, 9a - Leaving casino at 2:30p. H&H Tenant Assoc. will bring 35 passengers to Encore Casino in Everett, Ma via BRS Tours Transportation. Pick up locations: the Bridgewater Senior Center, Bridgewater Housing, and Lowes, West Bridgewater. $50 per person and you will receive $20 in free slot play. Come and have fun! For reservations call Susan Lanzikos, 508-697-1426
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Easton - Beginner Taxidermy Class Sun, Feb 19, 12 - 4p. A beginner taxidermy class. We will be preparing a mouse from beginning to end to create a one of kind, personalized character with props. Feel free to bring your own miniature props (1:12 scale miniatures) or use some provided!
You'll be leaving with a mouse character on a wooden base and basic skills to continue on your taxidermy journey! There are only 10 spots available for this date. This is a 16+ class.

Easton - School Vacation Family Open Paint Sat, Feb 18, 10a - 2p. Join us for OPEN PAINT! This is a family friendly event for all ages and NO registration is required. This is just a placeholder to show events please don't register. First come first serve, please be patient if we are busy. If you would like to take projects home as kits that is fine too. This is not a class format it is self-paced, we are there to help and guide you. Choose from a variety of pre-cut stencils and projects when you arrive and add your creativity using our large selection of stains and paints. We will have ready to go projects everything for kids, adults, family designs, St. Pattys, and more!

Easton - 4th Winter Chili Deaf Disc Golf Tournament Sat, Feb 18, 8a, Borderland State Park.

Fall River - Owl Prowl: Copicut Woods Sun, Feb 19, 4:30 - 6:30p. Join us to learn about the owls that breed in Massachusetts! We will talk about how to identify owls by call, where to find them, and how owls can successfully hunt at night. We will take our skills to the trail and listen for owls along Shockley Trail.

Fall River - Persian Gulf War Day Sun, Feb 19, 9a - 4p. Help us honor those valiant men and women who served during the Persian Gulf War in Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm during this day of remembrance. Active Military, Veterans, Guard and Reserve with ID will be provided free admission to Battleship Cove.

Halifax - Pajama Drive Now through Mar 15, during Holmes Library open hours. A pajama donation drive for kids and teens will take place. Please bring all donations to the Holmes Public Library. Donations from all seasons and sizes 0-3 months to adult medium will be accepted.

Hanson - Relevant Feb 19th: Teen Challenge Sun, Feb 19, 5:30p. Join us for our Contemporary Service, "Relevant!" We are welcoming back the Men's Choir from Adult and Teen Challenge in Brockton! They will be sharing testimonies of recovery and joining us in worship!

Hanover - Blood Drive Sat, Feb 18, 7:30a - 12:30p. Phoenix Masonic Lodge, 133 Broadway.

Kingston - Own Your Om - Embody the Sound of Creation Sun, Feb 19, 2p. OM is undoubtably the world’s most recognized mantra. In this workshop, we will venture to gain an embodied understanding and share practices to help you access the deeper layers of “the sound of creation” In this workshop you will – Learn the meaning of the mantra OM, Get out your head and into the sound and vibrational experience of OM, Experience the power of mantra while practicing both asana (postures) and in seated practice, PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.

Kingston - Emerging from Hibernation - Ayurveda Workshop Sat, Feb 18, 2p. This workshop with Marena will provide a basic overview of Ayurveda, yoga’s sister science. Then, learn yoga poses and types of movement to incorporate into your day to counter the heaviness and dampness of Kapha season (February-May). These techniques will help you feel warmer, lighter, and more energetic!
Mansfield - Intimate Medium Event Fri, Feb 17, 7p. Join Tested and Endorsed Psychic and Afterlife Medium Lauren Robbins for her Voices from Heaven Intimate Medium Event. Enjoy an evening of evidential spiritual communication and mediumship.

Marshfield - Indoor Winter Farmers Market Sat, Feb 18, 10a - 1p. Come enjoy all local farm products, baked and prepared foods as well as select Marshfield (mostly) artisans' wares for your shopping and eating pleasure. Check out the MFM Pantry for even more local food items to round out your pantry. Live music, free educational talks, free kids activities, free parking and admission. Its a great community event.
Easy wheelchair and stroller access, SNAP/EBT accepted with some matching available. 100% local Meat, honey, eggs, bakery, fish (pre-order only), coffee, Ethnic foods, Produce, personal care products, toys, jewelry, art, and more available.

Mattapoisett - Run/Walk at the Bogs Sun, Feb 19, 10a. Work out with Pals! Get your steps and miles in with friends. In the heart of the Mattapoisett River Reserve lies The Bogs, a natural oasis located just minutes from Interstate 195 in Mattapoisett. With four miles of trails through woods, freshwater wetlands, and old cranberry bogs, this Buzzards Bay Coalition-owned property offers visitors a unique southeastern Massachusetts landscape to discover. Meet at the Bogs Parking lot at 8:45a. There are no facilities on site. We will have a group that walks and a group that runs, you get to choose your level of challenge for this activity.

Middleborough - RAK Event at The Little Yellow Church Sun, Feb 19, 10a. Come join the Sunday School children on Random Acts of Kindness Weekend! We'll be making small gifts for residents of a local nursing home and surprising other recipients! Come and SPREAD SOME KINDNESS!

Middleborough - Hollow Turtle - FMPL Sunday Concert Series Sun, Feb 19, 2p. "Hollow Turtle bucks the trends of folk rock moving into the world of saccharine, overly commercial pop ballads. Relentless strumming and plucking from the string section lift the harrowed singing to great heights own unique spin." Motif Magazine. The Friends of the Middleborough Public Library will be serving refreshments and desserts at the concert. All proceeds will support the activities and programming at the Library!

Middleborough - Winter Seed Sowing Workshop: Milk Jug Greenhouses with Stefanie Schori Sat, Feb 18, 10a & 2p. This workshop will teach you how to get a jump start on your seedlings with this innovative greenhouse workshop taught by local home gardener Stefanie Schori of @grown_in_newengland. Each participant will learn how to start seeds using the milk jug method. Seeds, soil, and your first milk jug will be provided with this workshop as well as how-to information, tips, and tricks for being successful. If you have specific seeds you’re interested in starting early, bring them with you and Stefanie will tell you if they can be used for this method. This workshop will be held in the West Classroom. Morning class at 10a, afternoon class at 2p. Pre-registration is required. Visit to reserve a spot or contact for more details.

Milton - Sweets for the Tweets Sat, Feb 18, 1:30 - 3:30p. Let's make valentines for the birds! We will make edible treats for the birds with seeds, dried fruits, popcorn and other delicious items. You can either bring your treat home or hang it at the sanctuary. We will end the program with a short walk to look for birds of all kinds on the Sanctuary grounds. Minimum age is 5.
Join us at Fuller Craft Museum! We specialize in basic studio classes like throwing pottery on a wheel, and offer unique classes like fabric marbling and cyanotypes that you won't find just anywhere.

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North Attleboro - Crafting in the Greenhouse: Crochet a Plant Hanger Sun, Feb 19, 10a. Spend a relaxing morning at Briggs Nursery learning to crochet with Mariah of Riah Makes. This class is aimed toward beginners, but crocheters of all levels are welcome to join. The event fee includes a crochet kit with everything needed to make an envelope-style plant hanger to show off your prized plants in your home. We will walk through the basic stitches needed to create the plant hanger, and have ample time for questions & uninterrupted crochet. Our class takes place in the greenhouse, offering a lovely view of all the gorgeous florals Briggs has to offer. We suggest bringing a sweater along, as the greenhouse temperature can vary based on the season!

Pembroke - Family Hike Sun, Feb 19, 10a, Tubb's Meadow Preserve. Lets plan to meet in the Monroe street parking area. Tubbs Meadow is a pretty easy nature walk so I would say suitable for all ages. Happy to lead but feel free to branch off and do your own exploring if you would like.

Pembroke - New Member Orientation & Tour Sun, Feb 19, 8:30 - 11a. Join us to learn more about OCSA. This event will consist of a briefing on club safety & activities as well as a tour of the facility. Persons interested in joining should download and fill out a membership application to bring with them along with payment. Other dates are available by consulting the club website event calendar.

Pembroke - Winter Rifle Match's Sun, Feb 19, 8a - 4p. The OCSA Winter matches have been held every year since 1969. The matches are a club competition open to members and non members. Matches are on the 200 Yard Range. The cost is $3 per match. All matches are fired from the standing position.

Plymouth - Hotel 1620 Wedding Expo Sun, Feb 19, 11a - 3p. Join us for the Hotel 1620 Wedding Expo. There is no charge for admission, but pre-registration is encouraged.

Plymouth - 6th Annual Mardi Gras Madness 5K Sat, Feb 18, 9:30 - 11a. Supporting Team Hoyt New England. In loving memory of Dick Hoyt.

Plymouth - Hike & Hops Sat, Feb 18, 1 - 4p. Hike the trails at the Town of Plymouth's Black Cat Preserve and enjoy a social hour at High Limb Cider. Wildlands Trust hike leaders Skip Stuck & Jess Kennedy will guide a 3-mile hike over varied terrain including upland forests & cranberry bogs. After the hike, all are welcome to join your leaders for a social hour at the High Limb Cider taproom (attached to G-Pub in West Plymouth).

Plymouth - Chunky Knit Throw Workshop Sun, Feb 19, 2 - 5p. If you've been drooling over these chunky knit throws and want to learn how to make them yourself, jump into this fun & easy workshop with Michele! Absolutely no knitting experience needed and all supplies are included in the workshop fee. Bring your friends, some snacks & attendees 21+ are welcome to BYOB! *Finished size will vary depending on knitting gauge but should be around 40"x60". All throws will use 6 full hanks of yarn which equates to 160 yards*

Plympton - World Explorers History Club Sat, Feb 18, 3p. Join us for the first meeting of the World Explorers History Club! This is a club for kids in grades 1 through 3 with an interest in history. Members of the World Explorers History Club will read books on a new topic each month and then meet at the Library for a discussion and some interactive activities. We’ll start at the beginning – The Stone Age – and work our way through history with new books and fun projects each month! Registration is required and space is limited. To register, email Mike.

Randolph - Family Trivia Sat, Feb 18, 3p. Join us for family trivia! This all ages event is sure to delight and entertain. We'll pit families against families, friends against neighbors, kids against adults. Choose your teams wisely. Register.

Raynham - Broaden Your Business Lunch at The Jockey Club Fri, Feb 17, 12 - 1:30p.
Raynham - Blood Drive Fri - Sun, Feb 17 - 19, 7a - 3:15p, 215 New State Highway.

Sharon - Tap a Tree Sun, Feb 19, 10a - 4:30p. Nothing beats that first drip from a tap in a sugar maple tree, and nothing kicks off the season quite like hanging a bucket to capture that sap which will soon turn into our favorite sweet treat - maple syrup! Help support our maple sugaring operation by adopting a tree. Take the time at home to design your own tree label on a regular piece of paper (8.5 x 11 inches). When you arrive, we will laminate your label so you can attach it to your chosen tree. Once our labels are laminated, we will hike to the sugar bush where each family will choose their sugar maple. Along the way you will learn about what it means to be a maple farmer - from identifing the tree, to learning the tools of the trade to the actual tapping of the tree. Once your maple bucket is hung, and if the weather cooperates, look and listen for the first drops of sap. What do you think it tastes like? At the end of the sugaring season, each family will receive a bottle of Moose Hill syrup from this year's season to complete the experience.

Stoughton - Parents Night Out - Live Action Lion King Fri, Feb 17, 5:30 - 8:30p. Drop your children off for a night of fun at the Stoughton YMCA to enjoy a movie, pizza, and crafts.

Taunton - Mardis Gras Pancake Breakfast Sun, Feb 19, 11:30a. Immediately following the 10:30a Mass at the Parish Center. This event is free for everyone. The amazing men of the Knights of Columbus will be cooking a delicious pancake breakfast! There will be music and dancing and we will continue our new tradition and bury the Alleluia. If you missed it last year, please come and see! RSVP here on the Facebook event page or send an email to dre@holyfamilytaunton.org so we can ensure everyone has a seat and enough food.

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.

Taunton - Fair Foods Fri, Feb 17, 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 - Cocktail For A Cause Now through Feb 28. The Liberty & Union Alehouse + The National Charter 957 have teamed up to Support The Old Colony YMCA- Taunton through not 1, but 2 Signature Cocktails! The Strawberry Mojito made w/ strawberry liquor, Bacardi rum, soda water, lime juice and mint. The National Charter 957 featuring Rum Punch mixed w/ Privateer white rum, Malibu rum, pineapple juice, a splash oj & grenadine.

Taunton - Candy Bar Bingo Fri, Feb 17, 6:30p. Doors open 6:30p, Games start at 7p. Admission is $1.00 per person. For each full-sized candy bar you bring, you’ll get one card for each of the 4 candy bar games to be played. For each additional candy bar you bring, you’ll get another card to play. The 5th game is scratch ticket Bingo for those 18+. For each $1 in scratch tickets you bring, you’ll get a card to play. Pizza, beverages, and desserts will be available for purchase. (Cash only.) Anyone dressed for our Mardis Gras themed (purple/green/gold, or kings/ queens/ princes/ princesses or pirates) will be entered into a raffle to win a prize!

Whitman - Meat Raffle Fri, Feb 17, 7p, American Legion, Post 22, 33 Legion Parkway. Join the American Legion as they host a Meat Raffle where all proceeds will be donated to Danielle Kailher-Nutt to support her battle with breast cancer. For more information call 781-447-5253.

Whitman - Meet Skye and Marshall Sat, Feb 18, 2 - 3p, Whitman Public Library. Enjoy coloring pages and games while you wait your turn to take a photo with Skye and Marshall. For information contact Steph at syoung@ocln.org.
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Bridgewater - Community Dance CHANGED to Fri, Feb 24, 7 - 9p, 10 Wally Krueger Way. All ages enjoy an evening of international folk dance, New England squares and contras, mixers, and line dances.

Sharon - Give Back to the APCSM at Hummus v'Hummus Fri, Feb 24, 11a - 8p. Featured in the Boston Globe, Hummus v'Hummus is a fast-casual restaurant featuring customizable bowls from the restaurateur Avi Shemtov of the Chubby Chickpea and Simcha. Order on Feb 24th between 11-8 and a % of your order will be donated to the APCSM! There's something for everyone. The entire menu is gluten free (with the exception of pita) and there are plenty of vegan options as well! Come support the APCSM animals and order from Hummus v'Hummus on 2/24!!

Sharon - Project FeederWatch Fri & Sat, Feb 24 - 25, 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.

Milton - Family Nature Exploration Sat, Feb 25, 10a. On Saturday mornings, explore what nature has to offer in the Blue Hills Reservation. For families and curious adults.

Milton - Nice & Easy Walks Sat, Feb 25, 1 - 2:30p. Looking to get outdoors and take a gentle, guided hike in the beautiful Blue Hills? Join us for our weekly series of leisurely paced nature hikes (1.5-3 miles long). Learn about nature at your own pace and make some friends along the way. All ages.

Abington - Squeeze the Freeze Sun, Feb 26, 11a. Let's beat those winter blues with some retail therapy! Join our 30+ vendors for an afternoon of shopping fun. We will have something for everyone here & if we don't, we can probably make it with a glue gun & some duct tape.

Whitman - Winter-Spring Gardening Series Saturdays, Mar 11 @ 10:30a, 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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