AbingtonAbington Summer Concerts Sun, July 9, 6p. The "No Shoes Nation Band - A Tribute to Kenny Chesney" will open our 19th Season. We hope to see you there!

Attleboro - Farmers Market Saturdays through Oct 14, 9a–1p. Voted the #1 Farmers Market in MA. Over 50 vendors each week, music & events. Open Saturdays @ La Salette Shrine 947 Park St. Field behind overflow parking #2. Rain or Shine. Vendor list will be posted on Friday prior to market!

Braintree - Landry's Saturday Morning Road Ride Saturdays @ 7a through Sept 30. Landry's Braintree invites you on a fun road ride - every Saturday! We'll offer different routes and paces. This ride is suitable for drop-bar road bikes. We will have a Mild Pace: 13-15 mph with focus on group-ride learning. A Medium Pace: 16-18 mph, and a Fast Pace 18-20 mph, depending on group attendance. Contact 781-519-6306 or email.

Bridgewater - Bark in the Park Sat, July 8, 1p - 5p, 80 Spring St. The Craftpreneur and Fire for Effect Foundation Inc are hosting a dog friendly event! There will be tons of dog-friendly vendors and opportunities for dogs to make friends and play together! Meet local shelters, vets, register your pet, and grab a new leash & bandana while supporting local businesses & veterans. All dogs are welcome, but PLEASE be aware of your pet's needs! If your pup has a tenancy to be overwhelmed or reactive around other animals, this may not be the place for them. All dogs must be leashed.

Bridgewater - Lego Free Build Fridays in July, 12–2p. Come in and build with our Legos! This program is drop in and parents will need to remain with their children and supervise.

Bridgewater - Stand Out Sat, July 8, 10a. Bridgewater Communities for Civil Rights (BCCR)
will be hosting a stand out to bring attention to
Environmental Awareness in front of Walgreens parking lot in Bridgewater Center.

Bridgewater - Writing Workshop Sat, July 8, 10a - 1p, 15 South St. Do you want to write a story (book, series, or screenplay) but don’t know how to start? Come attend this 3 hour writing workshop for 18+ in the Judith Gabriel Room at the Bridgewater Public Library. Participants will learn how to come up with ideas that inspire them to write, and they will leave the workshop with at least 3 unique story ideas they can choose to expand and work on. Chris Vigneau, a local Bridgewater teacher, cartoonist, and writer, will be teaching the class.
Brockton - Ramona and Beezus Sat, July 8th, 11a–12:45p. Enjoy free snacks, themed crafts, popcorn and more!! This movie starts at 11a and is 1h 43m in length. Story Room, Main Branch, Children's Room, 304 Main St. 508-894-1431.

Brockton - New England Wild Life Center Sat, July 8th, 1p, LAWN ON EAST EVENT. We will take a look at local wildlife biodiversity with Jack Banagis from the New England Wildlife Centers. We'll explore which animals and habitats are succeeding in our area and why, and will incorporate educational animals (Bearded Dragons, Snakes, Tortoises, Skinks, and a special visit from Falco the hawk) throughout the discussion. Program will take place inside the East Branch Library, 54 Kingman St. 508-894-1424.

Brockton - Star Wars Night at the Rox Sat, July 8, 6p. Prepare to embark on an epic intergalactic adventure as the Brockton Rox present Star Wars night. The Force will be strong at the stadium as fans of all ages gather to celebrate the beloved Star Wars saga in an evening filled with excitement and Jedi-worthy thrills. Join your favorite Rox players from a galaxy close to home as they make battle the New Britain Bees and ignite the spirit of the rebellion. Immerse yourself in the Star Wars universe with an extraordinary baseball game that will transport you to a galaxy where heroes and villains collide. Grab your lightsabers and may the Force be with you!

Brockton - Bake Sale Sat & Sun, July 8–9, 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 at the APCSM. The second weekend of every month at the APCSM located at 1300 West Elm St Extension.

Brockton - Brockton Farmer's Market Fridays, through October 27, 10a–2p. Join us for the 2023 Season. New farms, new vendors. New SNAP Match Program sponsored by South Coast Community Foundation. Cooking Demos by UMass Extension Nutrition Education Program sponsored by Eversource.

Canton - Lawn Game Fridays Fri, July 7, 9a. Join us on the front lawn on the first and third Fridays of the month for your choice of lawn games: Cornhole, Bocce or Croquet! We have the games here---bring some friends and enjoy a fun morning here at the Senior Center! This is a FREE program.
East Bridgewater - Soulful Girls Mandala Art Workshop Sun, July 9, 4:30p. July’s Theme is “Self care” Liz and Jennie will be creating mandala stones and mandala art with the girls, as they learn the art of creative meditation! Meditation is self care!

Fairhaven - Pirates & Privateers Presentation Friday mornings at 10a through September, Fort Phoenix, south end of Fort St. Tour begins at fort flagpole. Is there really pirate treasure buried by Captain Kidd on Sconticut Neck? Why might you become a privateer instead of joining the Navy? What’s the deal with the parrot on the shoulder?
Hear tales of pirates, Revolutionary War era privateers, and historical Fort Phoenix, presented by Greybeard, an 18th century gunner from the privateer sloop Broome, and more.
Fairhaven - Huttleston Marketplace Saturdays, through September 30th, 10a - 3p, Fairhaven Historical Society & Museum. An assortment of fresh fruits & veggies. Hope to see you all there.

Hanson - Red Horse Farm Goat Yoga Sun, July 9, 8–9a. Join us for some farm fresh fitness and laughs at Red Horse Farm’s fun goat yoga class!
Led by certified yoga instructors, Kristina Northrup & Jess Thompson, our caprine vinyasa or goat yoga session is a relaxed form of yoga, consisting of various poses primarily at beginner level & 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-but the goats are likely to make the class more challenging (& fun!) than normal by climbing on you while you’re trying to hold a pose.
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Hingham - Evening Kayak Tour at World's End Fri, June 7, 5:30p. The Trustees 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 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. Each program will be run by the NSRWA’s professional guide who is a certified American Red Cross Lifeguard and Wilderness First Responder. All experience levels welcome. Appropriate for ages 10 and up. One adult chaperone required for youth under 16. Kayaks and all equipment included. Single-person kayaks available only- no multiple-person kayaks available.

Hingham - Open Barnyard at Weir River Farm Sat, July 8, 10 & 11a. Welcome to Weir River Farm, where you can experience life on a working farm. In the barnyard, meet our ponies, llama, and potbellied pig. Have a chance to interact with our goats and sheep. 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. Come experience all that Weir River Farm has to offer! This program is rain or shine.

Hingham - Farmers Market Saturdays through Nov 18, 9a–1p. Hingham Farmers Market returns! Find us at Station Street at 9a for opening bell, and shop all of your favorite returning vendors, plus browse new local goodies.

Hingham - Hingham Shipyard Summer Concert Series Fri, July 7, 7p. The Hingham Shipyard is proud to bring LIVE MUSIC by local favorites. An experience the whole family can enjoy on the amphitheater, located by 18 Shipyard Drive. Free and open to the public. Don't forget the blankets and lawn chairs! This week: Richie Rich and the 24-Karat Funk. Check out our webpage!

Sat, July 8, 7–10p. Second Saturdays Outdoor Movie Nights are back for another summer! Join us on July 8th and August 12th for games, snacks and a movie on the lawn! Lawn games and snacks at 7p. Movie at 8p. All movies are family friendly. Bring a chair or blanket to sit on! Popcorn and s’mores are free! Snacks and sodas will be available for purchase to support the North Street Church Youth Group!

Hull - 27th Annual Hull Artists Open Studios Sat & Sun, July 8–9, 10a–4p. Visit the homes and studios of some of the best artists living on the South Shore. In 2023 we have 31 artists in 22 locations, throughout Hull’s peninsula and bordering communities, plus Gallery Nantasket, our retail gallery with fine art and craft from 25 artists. Speak with an artist familiar with Open Studios and get information and advice on the studios, restaurants, and more. Whether this is your first visit, or you’re a seasoned traveler to Hull, you’re sure to be impressed by the amazing quality and incredible range of creative work being produced in this amazing seaside area.

Lakeville - Network in Nature Fri, July 7, 8–9a, Loon Pond Lodge 28 Precinct St. We continue our Friday Frolick as we Network in Nature Let's meet near Loon Pond Lodge at Ted Williams Camp Lakeville Off Bedford Street or Precinct St. FREE Bring your coffee, water, or energy drink & comfy shoes (and maybe bug spray, too?)
Marshfield - Levitate Music & Arts Festival Fri–Mon, July 7–10, 12p–12a. 20 years of Levitate and 10 years of Levitate Music Festival! Tickets on sale now for our 10th anniversary Fest.

Marshfield - Summer Friday Farmers' Markets Fridays, through Sept 29, 2–6p. Outdoor/Indoor market weekly at the Marshfield Fairgrounds (140 Main St) offering 100% local products from 20-30 Farmers, Bakers, Food Crafters and Select Artisans. We have dairy, meat, produce, honey, mushrooms, cookies, ethnic foods, flowers, lots of organic and conventional choices, plus a pantry full of all local goods for vendors who couldn't be here in person! Free admission/parking, free demos and kids events, live music, picnic tables too. Market is very friendly, easy wheelchair and stroller access, park in grassy lot near the marquee and walk in gate A, Handicapped parking is inside gate A. SNAP/EBT and HIP processed for all vendors, matching program too, see manager booth for more information.

Middleboro - Dream Tale Puppets presents: Alice, or the Red King's Dream Sat, July 8, 10:30a. Come enjoy this professional puppet show at the library. Best for ages 5 and up.

Middleboro - Four Bridges LIVE at Soule Homestead Sat, July 8, 4:30p. Join us for the third show in our 2023 Summer Concert Series! We will be welcoming Four Bridges to the stage! They're a hard driving acoustic band performing bluegrass, old-time, folk music. Opening act Billy Mulligan Jr. Gates open at 4:30p. Please bring your own blanket and/or lawn chairs. Plan to come hungry. We'll have hot food and cold refreshments. Beer available from Brewery 44. Tickets are $10 for members, $15 for non members, and $5 per child (kids under 3 free.)

Middleboro - Mosquito Awareness and Education Workshop Sat, July 8, 10a. Hate mosquitos? Join us for our Mosquito Awareness and Education Workshop. New Englanders should enjoy the outdoors without being afraid of mosquitoes. The key is awareness and education, not fear. The diseases they carry can have life-changing consequences. Misinformation may leave them vulnerable. Knowing the correct information is critical to staying safe and healthy. In this workshop, lead by Plymouth County Entomologist, Blake Dinius, we will review science-based information to provide actionable tools you can rely on. Mosquitoes-borne diseases are preventable.

Middleboro - Smiles on a Summers' Eve Fri through Sun, July 7, 8 & 9 (5p), Oliver Mill Park. NRP in collaboration with Hollywood at the Vine will perform these lively one act plays at the wonderful Oliver Mill Park. The theme this year will be REMEDIES AND LIFESTYLE LESSONS to provide comfort and succor to our audiences!
With Chris Bailey, Michelle Bibeau, Christine Booth, Theresa Chiasson, Stephen Doherty, Ted Lillys, Joseph O'Connor, Mike Pevzner, Jamie Poskitt, and Mark Reed. Please go to NRP's website for ticket sales and be sure to bring your own seating to enjoy the setting sun and rushing Nemasket River as backdrop to 5 engaging plays.

Middleboro - AstroYoga! Astrology, Journaling and Meditation Sat, July 8, 8a. Yoga based on where the stars and planets are that day?! How unique! Kate Stack, our astrologer and yoga instructor, will lead you through a gentle yoga flow according to the astrology of the day and guide you in a meditation and journaling session. This class is designed for all ability levels.
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Norton - Bulls and Barrels Sat, July 8, 5–9:30p. The rodeo is a family-friendly event. There are bleachers. Feel free to bring your own lawn chair. Seating is first come first serve. Food is available for purchase, cash only. This is a non-smoking event and alcohol is not welcome on the property. Sound systems are not welcome on the property. Please be considerate of our neighbors when entering and exiting the property. Friendly vaccinated leashed dogs are welcome.

Plymouth - FREE Recovery Walk & Talk at Lyman Every Friday, 10a. Your local holistic recovery non-profit, Richie's Road to Recovery, Inc. hosts a FREE Weekly Recovery Walk & Talk at the Lyman Reserve. No RSVP necessary, just join us for a relaxing, meditative 30-45(ish) minute stroll through nature. You can chat with others that you might meet who are also familiar with the unique successes & challenges that we encounter on the path of recovery from alcohol or other substances, or simply just listen as we take in the soothing sights & sounds of Buttermilk Bay. This holistic approach to recovery has been proven to be a great alternative for those of us who discovered that other programs and support groups haven't helped us to fill that void or helped us to change our behavior in the ways we would like to change it- no matter how hard we try.

Plymouth - MayFlour Competition Sun, July 9, 9:30a–12p. Sign up for the annual MayFlour Bombing Competition at the Plymouth Airport.
Test your skill by dropping a bag of flour from your airplane @ 200' AGL over the airport and hit the target on the ground.

Plymouth - First Fridays at Blake Fri, July 7, 7p. Spend First Fridays at the Blake Planetarium! The first Friday of every month will showcase a live planetarium program hosted by the very knowledgeable Steve Davies. Each month's program will focus on the current night sky (e.g., early winter, spring, mid-summer, fall). Program participants will learn how to find and identify visible planets, bright stars, and constellations.

Quincy - Stand Up Comedy Workshop with Steve Sweeney Sun, July 9, 4–5:30p. Get one-on-one instruction from Boston’s funny man Steve Sweeney and other industry pros.

Randolph - Free Lunch with Project Bread Fri, July 7, 11:30a–12:30p. Kids under 18 eat free lunch with Project Bread this summer! RPS will be on site Mondays-Fridays from 11:30a–12:30p between Monday, June 26 and Friday, August 18. Please note that meals must be eaten onsite. No registration required.

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

Rockland - Rockland Library Farmers Market Sat, July 8, 10a–4p.
Sandwich - Heritage Festival Fri, July 7 through Sun, July 16, 10a–5p. The annual Cape Cod Hydrangea Festival returns, celebrating the iconic plant that makes the Cape so stunning from July through September. When you visit, pick up or download our self-guided tour through the grounds to discover more about Heritage’s eight species of hydrangeas and well over 170 exceptional cultivars. Stroll through the expanded North American Hydrangea Test Garden and the Cape Cod Hydrangea Society’s superb Display Garden, enjoying fabulous photo opportunities. Learn to identify and care for your hydrangeas from Cape Cod Hydrangea Society volunteers in the gardens or at our hands-on Garden Discovery Cart and take home one (or more!) of these signature plants from the special plant sale. There’s even a fun activity guide highlighting these amazing plants designed just for kids and families! All extra hydrangea-focused activities are free with museum admission or membership. No advance registration required. General Admission Tickets are date specific and are valid for entry any time between 10a-4:30p. Heritage is open rain or shine, so don’t forget to dress for the elements! 

Taunton - Portuguese Feast Fri, July 7–Sun, July 9, Holy Ghost Society of East Taunton.

Taunton - Cookbook Club Sat, July 8, 11a. Cookbook Club members will whip up recipes from historic and modern cookbooks to inspire discussions on tastes and techniques from the past and present. At each meeting, the group will eat and discuss the recipes we’ve made. Please bring serving supplies. Plates, bowls, napkins and cutlery will be provided. The next month’s cookbook and recipes will be selected at the end of each meeting. The group will vote to select favorite recipes which we will turn into a digital cookbook.

Taunton - Fast Times - Complete 80s Experience Fri, July 7, 8p. Boasting wild hair, keytars, and all the stick twirls you can handle, the visual appeal of FAST TIMES can only be matched by their relentless musical output on stage. It is a complete 80's extravaganza of non-stop high energy, full costumes and top notch performance. This is THE TOTALLY RAD 80's Experience!

West Bridgewater - Keith Parsonage Open House Sun, July 9, 12p - 3p, 199 Howard St. Stop by the Keith Parsonage for an open house on Sunday, July 9th! This house was the home of Reverend James Keith. It was built by the town in 1662 and is believed to be the oldest existing parsonage in the United States. Members of the Board of the Old Bridgewater Historical Society will be conducting tours so come and learn about a little West Bridgewater history!

Weymouth - Weymouth Farmers Market Sun, July 9, 10a–1p, Weymouth High School.
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Hingham - Sunset Paddle Fri, July 14, 6p. End your day with a Sunset Paddle in Hingham Harbor under exquisite sunset painted skies!

Rockland - Farmers Market Sat, July 15, 11a–3p. Come and join us every other Saturday. See our assortment of fresh fruits and vegetables. We might also have a new table filled with beautiful hand-knitted clothing items as well as knitted dolls. Hope to see you all there. We also accept SNAP and HIP benefits and also WIC, as well as credits cards ( ten dollar minimum ), Apple and Google pay and also Venmo!

Halifax - Farmers Market Saturdays: July 15, and July 29, 10a–3p. Outdoor vendors & indoor vendors inside the Church Hall entrance in back of the church! There will be vendors with cards, wooden items, soaps, and many great bakers offering a wide variety of items!

Easton - Open House Sun, July 16, 1–4:30p. The Easton Historical Society and Museum proudly present their new and existing agricultural Implements during the next OPEN HOUSE.

East Bridgewater - Meat Raffle Sun, July 16, 2 - 5p, 436 Oak Street East. Come participate in our Meat Raffle in order to raise funds to help save the steeple of the Union Congregational Church! There will be 8 chances to win and 50/50 raffles. All money raised will go towards supporting the church in this mission. The event will take place at Adria Restaurant.

Halifax - Scouting for Food Drive Sat, July 22nd, 9a–12p, Halifax Town Hall. Halifax Troop 39 Scouts will be having their Bottle & Can Drive as well as Scouting for Food Donation at Halifax Town Hall! Drop off your donations at the Town Hall Driveway. You can simply drive up and drop off, no need to get our of your vehicle as the Scouts will unload your donations. They will also be doing curbside pickups starting at 9a, so have your donations at the end of your driveway for pickup. This Bottle & Can Drive helps fund the Scouts for camping trips, uniforms, equipment and more. The food will be given to the Halifax Food Pantry at the Halifax Congregational Church. Thank you in advance for your donations! For more information or to arrange to have your bottle/cans picked contact email

Middleboro - Comedy Night with Scott Record Sat, Aug 19, 8p, $40 advance sales, get your tickets before we sell out! Comedy show to benefit Union Congregational Church's Steeple repair.
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