Abington - Studio Two - The Beatles Tribute Sun, July 31, 6 - 8p. Studio Two first performed in Abington in 2014 for the 50th Anniversary of "The Beatles" coming to America. The band was so popular it has returned every year since. Now they'll perform for their 9th year in Abington and presently hold the record for the largest attendance of 1,140.

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-Sept. Weekly on-road group rides. Ride offers different routes & paces, suitable for drop-handlebar road bikes: mild 13-15 mph (with focus on group-ride learning), medium 16-18 mph, & faster 18-20, depending on group attendance. Meet at Landry's Braintree store at 6:45a. Ride starts at 7a & 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 - Rose M Creations July Art Exhibit Sat, July 30th, 12p - 1:30p. The Flora T. Little Art Gallery is featuring abstract fluid paintings by Rose M Creations for the month of July. Rose began watching YouTube fluid art videos at the start of the pandemic and decided to give it a try. She hasn't stopped since. She paints every week and even created her own YouTube channel. She loves bright, eye-catching colors. Rose works at the Bridgewater Public Library and was featured in BWPL's Art with Rose YouTube series.

Bridgewater - Jeeps 'n Java Sat, July 30, 10a - 12p. Come by and enjoy a great cup of coffee, meet some nice Jeep owners and support a great non profit! Please keep checking back on this event to see if we are adding something special!!

Brockton - Brockton Rox VS New Britain Bees Sat, July 30, 7p. Way Cheaper... Way More Fun! Join the Brockton Rox as they take on the New Britain Bees. Gates open one hour before first pitch!

Brockton - Make a Difference Mural Celebration Sat, July 30, 12 - 4p. Mayor Robert Sullivan’s Wellness Team invites you to a Make a Difference Mural Celebration at Brockton Community Access, 1 North Main St. There will be a Vaccine Clinic, a Wellness Session, Refreshments, Music, Arts & Crafts, Games and Face Painting. Call (508) 580-7123 for more information.

Brockton - Brockton Athletic Hall of Fame Alumni & Inductee Meet & Greet Fri, July 29, 4p. If It Rains We Will Be At The Brockton Beer Company, 121 Main St, Next Door To Prova.
Brockton - Amazing Animals: Radical Reptiles Sat, July 30, 11a. Join us for a radical reptile show! Children will be able to interact and learn about the radical reptiles that are in our world. After the show, children will be able to participate in a petting hour. This program was made possible by the Mass Cultural Council and the Brockton Public Library.

Brockton - Brockton Farmers Market Fridays, July & August, 10a - 2p, City Hall Plaza, 45 School St. Bring your kids: The Summer Eats Program - Free lunch for kids and teens & entertainment 11a - 12p.

Brockton - Brockton's First Youth Poet Laureate: Ayanna Blake Sat July 30th, 10:30a, East Branch Library, 54 Kingman St. It gives us great pleasure to announce the induction for Brockton's first youth poet laureate, Ayanna Blake. Please join us as we celebrate the youth of Brockton. Parents are invited to bring as many of our youth so that they may be inspired and show that we are Brockton Proud.

Buzzards Bay - Silent Meditation Hike: Lyman Reserve Sat, July 30, 8a. Please note that this property does not have restrooms.

Canton - 2nd Annual Galway Races Gala Sat, July 30, 6p. The 2nd Annual Galway Races Gala hosted by the young professionals committee at the Irish Cultural Centre looks set to be one of the highlights of the summer season! It promises to be a night filled with cocktails, live music, buffet Dinner, horse racing, raffles & more! The night will feature a raffle for 2 flight tickets to Europe in partnership with Delta Airlines.

Carver - Carver Old Home Day Sat, July 30, 7:30a - 4p. 5 Miler Old Home Day Road Race, horseshoe tournament, bike/doll carriage parade, car show/cruise, music, crafters, & clambake!!

Dartmouth - Padanaram Summer Festival & Sidewalk Sale Sat, Aug 30, 9a - 4p. The Padanaram Business Association is excited to announce that the annual Artisan Fair, Summer Festival, and Sidewalk Sale is back after a 2 year hiatus due to COVID. We have space available for 50 artists this year, and we have had unprecedented interest!

Dighton - Family Fair & Car Show Sat, July 30, 10a - 4p. The Prince Henry Society of Taunton is hosting a Family Fair & Car Show, including a DJ, Craft & Vendor Fair, Malasadas, Meat-on-the-stick, Folkloric Dancers, Food Trucks, Remote Control Car Racing, Face Painting, Chinese Raffles, 50/50 Raffle and much more... All proceeds benefit the PHS Scholarship Fund.

Duxbury - Beachside Preditor Prey Sat, July 30, 9:30a - 11a. Through a few games we will study the food chain of Duxbury Bay.
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Easton - STB Summer Fest Sat, July 30, 12 - 10p. Come join the fun at Shovel Town Brewery's annual family friendly Summer Fest to benefit Easton Charities! We will turn our outdoor space and parking lot at the Easton Brewery into a traditional summer celebration with fun for everyone.

Easton - Kidleidoscope Story Hour at Borderland Saturdays through August, 9, 9a. 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+!

NEW SUMMER HOURS: Mon - Fri, 9:30a - 3p; Sat 9:30 - 3:30p; Closed Sunday. Last entrance into the Museum is 45 minutes prior to closing.

Easton - Tai Chi in the Garden with Vince Sat, July 30, 9a. Come join us on the last Saturday of every month to practice and learn the 24 Posture Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan Form. Tai Chi is an excellent, low impact exercise to promote decreased stress and better health. No previous experience required.

Easton - Mansion Tour: Building a Home Sun, July 31, 1p & 2p. Come get a look at the fully furnished interior of the Ames Mansion, including the ornate two-story library. On this 30 minute guided tour, explore the history of the Ames family and the mansion itself. First floor only. For adults and older children. Meet in front of the Ames Mansion. Rain or shine. Tour is free. Parking fees apply. The Ames Mansion at Borderland State Park was built in 1910 by Oakes and Blanche Ames. This three-story stone mansion hosts twenty large rooms and is fully furnished, much as they were when the Ames family lived here.

Easton - Ranger Darren's Geocaching and Scavenger Hunt Now through Sept 18. Stop by the visitor center at Borderland to get your game sheets with clues and coordinates.

Hanson - Red Horse Farm - Goat Yoga Sun, July 31, 8 - 9a. Led by certified yoga instructors, Kristina Northrup and Jess Thompson, our caprine vinyasa or goat yoga session is a relaxed form of yoga, consisting of various poses primarily at beginner level and open to yogis of every skill. During a typical goat yoga session, participants are more than welcome to pet the goats or focus on the yoga practice.
Hanson - SUP & Kayak Beginner Lessons Wed - Sat through Sept 2. COME ON DOWN! Ever wanted to learn how to Paddleboard or kayak - or just want to brush up on your skills? Here's your chance. I'll cancel for inclement weather. So please check this calendar the day of to make sure it's still happening. See you on the water! I'm doing it through Camp Kiwanee so PFDs and waivers are mandatory.

Hingham - Evening Kayak Tour at World's End Fri, July 29, 5:30p. The Trustees of Reservations is partnering with the North and South Rivers Watershed Association to offer guided kayak tours this summer! Launching out of World’s End in Hingham, these 2-hour adventures will provide participants with a fun and worthwhile outdoor experience. Discover local and natural history, travel the scenic coastline of this amazing property, experience nature up close, learn kayaking skills, all while enjoying views of the Boston skyline in the distance.

Hingham - Evening Under the Stars Sat, July 30, 7p. South Shore Conservatory’s Evening Under the Stars is an inspirational blend of familiar and new, classical and jazz, folk and Broadway, showcasing SSC faculty and alumni.

Hingham - Old Ordinary Tour Fri, July 29, 1p. The Old Ordinary is a remarkable example of early American architectural and cultural history, built on the main road from Boston for stagecoach travelers to stop “for an ordinary meal” and a drink in the taproom. A home and family business, the Ordinary served local travelers for over 150 years as a meeting place to exchange news, celebrate events, see friends and sample the latest batch of cider. In addition to the 1686 House Museum, the property includes the Olmsted Garden, the Old Fort and the Arts and Crafts Annex.

Hingham - Open Barnyard at Weir River Farm Sat, July 30, 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.
Holbrook - HCC Summer Concert Series: 4EverFab Sun, July 31, 6p. Join us for our annual Summer Concert Series at the Castle Canyon Playground! New England's PREMIER Beatles tribute band, 4EverFab authentically reproduces the music of The Beatles. You won't want to miss this one! Bring a lawn chair & we'll see you there!

Lakeville - Stargazer Hollow Farms 3rd Birthday Party Sun, July 31, 10:30a - 1:30p. Come to the farm for an afternoon celebration, including lunch (locally grown, prepared by the professional chefs who work here!) and cake!
Our farm started back on our old property in Walpole, on July 15 2019. We will be having a little party on the farm, to come together as a community to celebrate all we've done so far and enjoy some of our delicious local food prepared by the farm team -- of foodies, professional chefs, and catering business owners, so you know it's going to be good! Activities include: -Farm tours throughout the event -Meeting the farm animals, with photo ops -Lunch! And birthday cake! And cotton candy! -Raffles -More?

Marshfield - Family Fun Day Sun, July 31, 12 - 4p. Family Fun Day with Touch a Truck is Back! Entry to the grounds is FREE. Most activities have a FEE. This year, the first 100 kids, 3 yrs and older will receive a FREE Crayola sidewalk chalk set, featuring Mystical Unicorn Horns.

Marshfield - Free Exploration Group Sat, July 30, 8:30 - 10a, Couch Beach. Looking for a way to ease your child's anxiety heading into a new school year? Our August Summer Round play groups can help! Want to learn more about it? We are hosting a FREE EXPLORATION GROUP for your child to come try it out!! Email to sign up.

Milton - Nice and Easy Hiking Series Sat, July 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 & make some friends along the way. All ages.
Norwell - Hair July 29 - Aug 21. The Age of Aquarius dawns again! It’s the summer of love, and a group of young Americans are looking to change the world. Hair, the legendary rock musical bursts onto the stage with its Grammy Award-winning score. Celebrate “harmony and understanding” with Broadway’s first great rock musical. For mature audiences.

Plymouth - Christmas in July Fair to Benefit The Joe Bethune Scholarship Sat, July 30, 9a - 2p. FREE ADMISSION: This event is to benefit the Joe Bethune Scholarship which awards scholarships to students at both Plymouth North and South High School.

Plymouth - From Earth to the Universe Fri, July 29, 7p. Learn the history of astronomy, invention of the telescope, and today’s giant telescopes that allow us to probe deeper into the universe. The night sky, both beautiful and mysterious, has been the subject of campfire stories, ancient myths and awe for as long as there have been people. Yet only recently have we truly begun to grasp our place in the vast cosmos. To learn about this journey of celestial discovery, from the theories of the ancient Greek astronomers to today’s grandest telescopes, we invite you to experience From Earth to the Universe.

Plymouth - Mindful Walk with Betsy Hall at Davis-Douglas Farm Sat, July 30, 9:30a. Join meditation instructor Betsy Hall for mindfulness at Davis-Douglas Farm! Participants will meet at the Wildlands Trust Headquarters. We will sit outside the barn and discuss a mindful theme from the day, learning meditation technique tips from Betsy. Then, we will embark on a slow, mindful walk through neighboring Emery preserve. Age 15+, and dogs will not be permitted.

Plympton - A Day at the Barn Fridays through Aug 26, 12 - 2p. Looking for something to do with your kids?? Come Join us on Friday's throughout the summer and enjoy pony rides, pack a lunch and picnic, meet our goats and other fun activities at the barn!
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Raynham - New England Vikings Motorcycle Club Pig Roast & Ride Sun, July 31, 9:30a - 3p. Join the New England Vikings Motorcycle Club for our 32nd Annual Pig Roast & Ride!! $20 per person, Ride Registration: 9:30 - 11a, Burger Kind North RT 24. Kick Stands up: 11:15a / Lead Ride to eat ending at American Legion Post 405, 291 Mill St. Chinese Raffle, Bike Show & Games, 50/50 Cash Raffle. Not riding and just hungry? Be at the post at 12:30p.

Stoughton - Blood Drive - Shark Week Event Fri, July 29, 2:30 - 4p. Drop your children off for a shark week event while adults can save lives by donating blood to our Red Cross Blood Drive! If you wish to donate blood, registration is required. For an appointment, please visit and enter sponsor code: OCYMCA.

Stoughton - Parents Night Out - Sing! Along With Us! Fri, July 29, 5:30 - 8:30p. Drop your children off to enjoy a night of pizza, music, and dancing! This event is appropriate for children (potty-trained) 3 -12 years old First we will have dinner and watch the movie Sing. We will make our own microphones and drums. Then it is time for kids karaoke! A small desert will be served. Please have your child bring a water bottle with their name on it.
Taunton - Downtown Concert: Divine Sweater Fri, July 29, 7p. Back for their second show in Taunton, Divine Sweater is a self-produced band from Boston powered by tight vocal harmonies and a healthy dose of groove, often described as Indie Pop or Sophisti-Pop. The band has produced a long list of singles and two albums, which have received more than 1 million listens on Spotify. Music video: Our favorite is Looking For You (Everywhere), check it out here.

Taunton - Let's Make History Sat, July 30, 2 - 4p. Historians of all ages are invited to join us on the OCHM’s front lawn to make some history! On Saturdays through September, we will have a demonstration, activity, or game for you to learn something new about the history of the Old Colony region while having some hands-on fun! This week is Kid Curator Day! Check out displays by local kids who love to collect and share history. Call us at 508-822-1622 to find out more about how to participate as one of our Kid Curators!

Taunton - Movie Under The Stars - Inside Out Sat, July 30, 8:10p. Join us for another Free Family Fun Event! A Great Movie, Awesome Food and Ice Cream! Just bring a blanket or folding chair! Please- we pay all copyright fees, so outside food/beverages are not permitted.
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Taunton - 2 on 2 Basketball Tournament all ages Sun, July 31, 4p. Boys & girls all ages sign up today. Give Rashaud a call, 617-438-3629.

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 & explore the diverse history of southeastern Mass. “Passports”, which serve as admission for one free visit, are available at any participating site.

West Bridgewater - ELECTRONIC RECYCLE DAY Sat, July 30, 9a - 2p, St. Ann's Church,
103 No. Main St. Bring small electronics (anything with a plug & more) to the parking lot, $5 each.
Appliances, cost varies see site for details. No charge on these items: keyboards, car batteries, cables, wire & cell phones and bikes to recycle (we can pick up bicycles if you cannot get them there). Any questions contact Together In Christ Collaborative 508-586-4880 or 508-378-4207.
West Bridgewater - WB Historical Commission Town Museum Sat, July 30th,; 1 - 3p, Old Fire Barn behind Town Hall, 65 N. Main St. Admission is free but freewill donations are accepted. We welcome donations/loans of historical items pertaining to WB history.

Weymouth - CSI Weymouth Sat, July 30, 9a - 5p. Think you could solve a murder case? Experience life as a Crimescene Investigator in this thrilling outdoor murder mystery event. Use forensic techniques, codebreaking, and good old-fashioned detective work to crack the case.

Whitman - American Legion Left Right Center Tournament Sat, July 30th, 7p, Whitman American Legion, Post 22, 33 Legion Pkwy. The Whitman American Legion will be hosting a Left Right Center Tournament to benefit The Veterans and Children Foundation, an organization dedicated to supporting disabled veterans and families in need. Bring your family and friends to enjoy a dice game while benefiting a good cause.
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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.

The Art of Breathing: A Workshop on Reducing Stress - Sat - Sun, July 30 - 31, 7:30 - 8:45p; Sun, July 31, 9 - 10:15p. Learn how to reduce stress using your breath in just 5 minutes! No experience with breathwork is required to attend. Are you feeling stressed out? Overwhelmed? In today's world, it's more important than ever to learn how to manage stress. Led by trained and certified instructors, this workshop will teach you an easy breathing technique that can be done in just 5 minutes. You'll learn how to use your breath to reduce stress, increase energy, and feel more joyful. The session will also include a guided meditation. This isn’t a pre-recorded webinar. You’ll have access to real-time exclusive guidance.

How to Make Friends as an Adult - Sat, July 30, 7a - 4p. Effective Communication is at the heart of personal success not only in relationships, but has been listed as one of the primary success factors in a person's career. Join this workshop to cover the top ten communication skills and one way to improve each of them in this 40 Minute Interactive workshop on being a better communicator.
Upcoming Events:

Brockton - 2022 Summer Fest Brockton Mid-Summer Celebration Music and Arts Festival Sat, Aug 6th, 11a - 5p, Salisbury Park, 250 Crescent St. Join the Downtown Brockton Museum and Brockton Tourism Division for a day filled with cool vendors, activities, history, live music, entertainment, food, fun, and so much more!

West Bridgewater - OPEN HOUSE AT KEITH HOUSE Sun, Aug 7th, 12 - 3p, 199 River St. The Keith House will be open for tours. Visit the oldest parsonage in the country. Admission is free but donations are gratefully accepted.

West Bridgewater - A Journey Through The Roots of American Popular Music Sat, Aug 13, 7p. A Journey through the Roots of American Popular Music, is a program of songs and stories about the origins of the blues, rock and country music presented by singer and songwriter Jon Waterman. The program, which also features an accompanying slideshow, explores some of the fascinating characters and events that are part of that history as well as the role of music in our lives. The performances have received enthusiastic reviews from those in attendance.

East Bridgewater - ELECTRONIC RECYCLE DAY Sat, Aug 20, 9a - 2p, St. John's Church, 210 Central St. Bring small electronics (anything with a plug & more) to the parking lot, $5 each.
Appliances, cost varies see site for details. No charge on these items: keyboards, car batteries, cables, wire & cell phones and bikes to recycle (we can pick up bicycles if you cannot get them there). Any questions contact Together In Christ Collaborative 508-586-4880 or 508-378-4207.