Attleboro - Farmer's Market Saturdays through Oct 22, 9a - 1p @ Capron Park. Rain or Shine. Voted the #1 Farmers Market in MA. Over 50 vendors each week, music & events.

Braintree - Landry's Braintree Saturday Morning Road Ride Saturdays through mid-September. Weekly on-road group rides, through mid-September. The ride offers different routes and paces, suitable for drop-handlebar road bikes: mild 13-15 mph (with focus on group-ride learning), medium 16-18 mph, and faster 18-20, depending on group attendance. Meet at Landry's Braintree store at 6:45a. Ride starts at 7a and returns to the store around 9 - 9:30a. Contact Landry's Braintree store for more info. See above for general info on Landry's Group Rides.
Bridgewater - Basic Tarot with Brenda Sun, July 3, 3p. Whether you’re a beginner, or need a refresher this is the Tarot Class for you! This class will give you a foundation to use the tarot with confidence! Learn how to use the basics to put your own spin on this ancient tool, and what layouts are right for you. We will be using The Original Rider-Waite tarot deck or the Radiant Rider-Waite tarot deck. Bring your own or purchase at Uplifting! All levels invited.

Carver - Axe Throwing Sat, July 2, 5:30 - 9p. Back by overwhelming popular demand, it's Axe Throwing in the beer garden. We've partnered with veteran-owned Victory Axes out of Bridgewater for this fun event. Ages 12 and over please.
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East Bridgewater - Unicorn Palooza Sat, July 2, 10a. Join our own Unicorn Princess for an event full of unicorn-cuteness! Each child will be able to stuff a 16" unicorn stuffed animal, complete with a birth certificate and wishing star! Our princess led event will include sing-a-long, craft time and end with a unicorn ride for each child!

Easton - Kidleidoscope Story Hour at Borderland Saturdays through August, 9, 10a. Join the park interpreter for a story hour, craft and a short nature hike/activity!! Each week there will be a different nature theme! Great for ages 4+!

Easton - Children's Museum Easton Tues - Fri, 9:30a - 3p, Sat & Sun, 12:30 - 4p. Please plan for your visit accordingly as last entrance into the Museum is 45 minutes prior to closing time.

Fall River - Independence Day Hike Sun, July 3, 10a - 12p. Before the BBQs and fireworks, join us for a guided hike to explore the wonders of Copicut Woods.
Hingham - Open Barnyard at Weir River Farm Sat, July 2, 10a, 11a & 12p. Welcome to Weir River Farm, where you can experience life on one of the last working farms on the South Shore. Along the grassy “chute” path down to the barnyard, enjoy the beautiful StoryWalk™. 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. Then, consider exploring the woodland trails, and check out our farm store at the studio on top of the hill.

Hingham - Women's Walk through Whitney and Thayer Woods Sat, July 2, 2 - 3:30p. Welcome Women! Join us on an easy to moderate 2 mile hike through Whitney and Thayer Woods. During the hike enjoy the summer air while glimpsing wildlife among the trees and connect with other women who enjoy nature. This hike is part of a series taking place at Trustee’s properties on the South Shore,.
Kingston - Storytime at Gray's Beach Fri, July 1, 10:30a. Join Miss Sam for a special storytime at Gray's Beach this summer! This monthly storytime is recommended for all ages. Feel free to bring beach chairs or a blanket to sit on. Gray's Beach is located on Grays Beach Rd. No registration required!

Mansfield - Reiki Share Sat, July 2, 10a. If you've been attuned to any system of Reiki, I'd like to welcome you to this Reiki Share. We’ll will be leading this share for anyone with a Reiki certificate. If you'd like to take part in this morning of healing but are new to our center, please email us a picture of your certificate. Come on in and bring a certified friend!

Thurs, June 30 - July 4; Pierce Park. Weekend Carnival and Fireworks. Thursday June 30th: 6-10p NO WRISTBANDS; Friday July 1st: 6-10p FIREWORKS NIGHT-NO WRISTBANDS; Sat July 2nd: 6-11PM WRISTBANDS; Sunday July 3rd: 6-10PM WRISTBANDS; Monday July 4th: 2-6 PM WRISTBANDS & 6-10 PM WRISTBANDS

Milton - Nice and Easy Hiking Series Saturdays, July 2, 9 & 30, 1 - 2:30. 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.

Norton - 1st of July Bulls & Barrels Fri, July 1, 7 - 10p. Please wear your RED, WHITE and BLUE. Come on out and celebrate the greatest Nation with New England Rodeo.

Onset - Blessing of the Fleet - Bonfire @ Dusk Sat, July 2, 10a. Join us for the Annual Blessing of the Fleet. Rain date July 3rd. Kid's parades to follow! Bicycle-Pet-Doll Carriage. Registration begins at 10a. Bonfire on Onset Beach at dusk. For more info contact us: email or call 508-295-7072.

Plymouth - Burying the Dead in the Early Republic Sat, July 2, 1p. Stephen O'Neill presents "Burying the Dead in the Early Republic," a live in-person tour of Plymouth's magnificent Burial Hill. Free and open to the public; just meet at the top of the hill and be prepared for walking on steep slopes. The Burial Hill Tour series is a partnership of Pilgrim Hall Museum and the Plymouth Antiquarian Society.

Plymouth - Fireflies in the Garden Fri, July 1, 7:30p. Bring your friends and family to the beautiful Center Hill Preserve for a magical night of firefly fun and discovery! Blake Dinius will amaze you with his knowledge of fireflies (guaranteed). SEMPBA volunteers will provide snacks and beverages, and when it's dark enough, Blake will lead us on an expedition through the woods and along the trails of the Center in search of fireflies. The event is free, but, of course, donations are always appreciated.

Plymouth - First Fridays at Blake Fri, July 1, 7p. Spend First Fridays at the Blake Planetarium! Live planetarium program hosted by Steve Davies. Program will focus on the current night sky. Participants will learn how to find and identify visible planets, bright stars, and constellations. Also, participants will learn how to use a star map and take home their very own copies.
Plymouth - Art on the Green Sat, July 2, 11a - 4p. The 2022 Art on the Green Season, our 3d year of bringing great art to downtown Plymouth. Free and open to the public, the Plymouth Art on the Green Art Fair will showcase the work of local artists in a variety of mediums, including ceramics, painting, sculpture and more. In addition to the incredible artwork available for purchase, attendees will be able to interact with artists through demonstrations and booth chats.

Quincy - High Sierra Music Festival Thurs - Sun, June 30 - July 3, 9a - 6p. Games, arts & crafts, parades, & performances provide fun for all ages, Epic after-hours shows, with your favorite artists, in limited-capacity venues, camping option, music, delicious food and drink for every palate.

Randolph - Computer Literacy Level 3: Social Media & Online Safety Fridays through July 15, 10a - 12p. This free, six-week class will cover: social media, online safety, bookmarking, user created content, and social review sites.

West Bridgewater - Passport to History Now - Sept 1st, Old Bridgewater Historical Society, 62 Howard St. The Old Bridgewater Historical Society, is once again participating in Passport to History, a joint effort of local museums to share and explore the diverse history of southeastern Massachusetts. “Passports”, which serve as admission for one free visit, are available at any participating site.

West Bridgewater - Summer Scavenger Hunt in WB July 1 - Aug 31. Registration form and instructions are available by email. Your team will have 2 months to complete the 15-clue "hunt". This will be fun for your family, or a small group of friends. At least one person on a team must be at least 18 years old.

Weymouth - 3rd of July Fireworks Celebration Sun, July 3, 5p. This year's celebration is at George Lane Beach on River Street in North Weymouth. Attracting a record crowd each year, this event features live music by The New Band, novelty vendors, inflatable bouncers, and a variety of food trucks and concession stands.
Fireworks start at approximately 9:30p. BUS TRANSPORTATION: Starting at 5p from the McCulloch Building/Whipple Center at 182 Green Street. There will be return trips after the fireworks display.

Weymouth - Kids Fourth of July Gnome Paint Night Fri, July 1, 6 - 8p. Step by step will be done recommended age five and up. Pay by Venmo my Venmo is Kathleen Patrick @CreatewithKath you will see a ladybug.

Whitman - Family Fun Day Sun, July 3, 10a; Whitman Town Park. At a loss of how to entertain your kids? Want to bond with your family? Come on down to the park to have a great fun-filled day! Music, activities, relay races & inflatables are available until 1p. Shaved ice and food will be present. Bouncy house and slides are also available at $5 per person. The pool will be open from 1 - 4p for free.

Whitman - Reiki Clinic Fri, July 1, 6p. Experience the benefits of Reiki in our monthly Reiki Clinic. Enjoy a 1/2 hour appointment with our Reiki practitioners. You will feel relaxed. When the body is relaxed, healing takes place physically, emotionally, spiritually.
Virtual Events:

Lunch and Learn Parenting Group - Fridays @ 12p through Oct 21. We’ll check in with each other, show support, share, talk about important topics and help you get the most out of your lunchtime.
Parenting is the hardest job in the world. At times the challenges and struggles get overwhelming and creates a lot of stress and frustration for parents. Do you need to get some feedback to your questions? Do you need help with steps to take to reduce stress so you can parent better? Take your lunch and come and join our community.

Body Pollution and How to Fight Back with Proper Nutrition - Sat, July 2, 4p. Ever wonder why you age, get sick or get diseases? In this webinar, we will talk about the major cause of disease and aging, its implications on our health and learn how to protect ourselves through proper nutrition. You'll also learn: The number one reason why you should care for your body; Detoxing in a safe way so you can benefit fully from this cleansing practice; How to balance the biological systems of your body; Why eating fruits and vegetables everyday isn't enough to maintain good health anymore; The 23 herbs that supports your body systems. Join us in this live webinar and learn one practical step you can use in your life so you can live healthy.

Group Meditation - Sat, July 2, 8:45a. Heartfulness is a simple and subtle practice of meditation that connects each of us with the light and love in our hearts. This precious gift of human transformation is offered free of charge.
Upcoming Events:

Hingham - 4th of July Parade Mon, July 4, 10a - 12p.

Plymouth - Mindfulness with Betsy Hall Wed, July 2-, 9a. Join meditation instructor Betsy Hall for a mindful walk at Wildlands Trust.

East Bridgewater - Farm to Table Sat, July 23, 5p. Space is limited! Join us for a night of locally sourced flavors and entertainment. We will have a sommelier, educating on wine pairings, and offering samples. There will be live, acoustic music. This event will take place under a tent, and will be rain or shine. This event is 21 & Up