Attleboro - Spring Savers Drive Saturdays through June 18. We are collecting your gently used clothing, shoes, accessories & linens. The Greater Attleboro Area Council for Children will receive cash from Savers for every pound donated. Contactless drop off available.

Attleboro - 48th Annual Native American Pow-Wow Sat & Sun, June 11 - 12, 10a - 4p. Native American Pow-Wow and Craft Fair. Vendors, Singing, Drumming, Dancing, Teachings. Refreshments available. suggested donation $2/ per person. Children under 12 and Seniors FREE.

Avon - Flying High Dog Show Sat, June 11, 11:30a. Join us for a special, outdoor, family friendly dog show! Flying High Dogs will be at the Avon Public Library to put on their fantastically entertaining performance. Mike, the human behind Flying High Dogs, is a multiple world finalist and world record holder in the sport of K-9 frisbee. He and his team of canine friends are currently the #1 frisbee performers in the world! They will perform a variety of tricks during their performance & there will be lots of opportunities for audience participation! Call 508-583-0378 or visit to sign-up.

Braintree - Backyard Cornhole Tournament Fri, June 10, 6:30 - 11p. We are SO EXCITED to announce our Adult Night fundraiser supporting Hollis! All Hollis folks (parents and teachers - adults only please) are invited to join us for our first backyard cornhole tournament. Come socialize AND support our school!!!

Bridgewater - Story Walk with Nature at Great River Preserve Sat, June 11, 10a. Take a walk in nature and read a classic children story.

Bridgewater - Bridgewater Garden Club Plant Sale Sat, June 11, 9a - 12p, BTV, 80 Spring St. Perennials from members gardens, herbs, used garden tools.

Bridgewater - Basic Tarot with Brenda Sun, June 12, 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!

Brockton - Portugal Day Fri, June 10, 3p. Mayor Robert Sullivan cordially invites you to a flag-raising celebration of Portugal Day at Brockton City Hall. For more information please call (508) 580-7123.

Brockton - Rox Baseball Fri, June 10, 7p.Way Cheaper... Way More Fun! Join the Brockton Rox as they take on the Vermont Lake Monsters. Gates open one hour before first pitch.

Brockton - Plant Sale @ APCSM Sat & Sun, June 11 - 12, 10a - 3p. APCSM located at 1300 West Elm Street Extension.

Brockton - Open House & Resource Event Sat, June 11, 10a - 2p. Come find out about the Family Center and the resources we have to offer! Donate diapers or new baby items to our ongoing diaper drive! Get vaccinated with Pinnacle Partnerships Mobile VAX clinic! Learn about other resources in the community.

Brockton - Infant Care Class Sat, June 11, 1 - 3:30p. Class to Prepare You to Bring Your Baby Home. If possible please bring a partner or support person –ideally someone who will be present in your child's life after you go home. Also, please bring your infant car seat if you already have one (if not no worries).
The cost of the Infant Care Class is $35. Register and pay online by clicking the button above. Please only purchase one registration for your group. If you would live to pay by cash or check, please contact the Childbirth Educators at 508-427-3712. In case of poor weather conditions, please call 508-427-3000 and the switchboard operator will inform you of any cancellations.
Attention Steward Health Choice Members – you may be eligible for a free Infant Care Class.

Brockton - 12th Annual Family Walk Sat, June 11, 9a - 2p. My Brother’s Keeper is hosting its 12th annual Family Walk at Stonehill College. Register online.
Buzzards Bay - National Marine Life Center's Food Truck Festival Sat, June 11, 11a. There will be local food trucks, a petting zoo, and craft vendors. We will also have our Discovery Center open for visits that day as well! Live music will be happening throughout the day. There will also be a raffle for a one of a kind item, but it's a secret! This is our first in person fundraiser since the start of the pandemic. We are beyond excited to see you all there! This fundraiser will help us raise much needed funds to care for our patients.

East Bridgewater - Youth Football and Cheer Helicopter Ball Drop Sat, June 11th, 12 - 4p, 1 Neilson Ave. Watch a helicopter drop 1500 golf balls onto a practice field. Entrance is free, but you can purchase the golf balls. Food, music, and fun provided.

East Bridgewater - Second Grade National Anthem Performance Fri, June 10, 7p. The Central School and GWMS are headed to The Brockton Rox. The second grade will be singing the National Anthem. Tickets are $5 each.

East Bridgewater - Slammers Golf Tournament Fri, June 10, 7a - 3p. Join us for the Boston Slammers annual golf tournament. Help get these girls to Colorado!

Easton - Easton Live - 50's Sock Hop 2 Sat, June 11, 7:30p. Easton Live is bringing back "Four in a Row", the best '50s & '60s era Rock "n" Roll " band, for a second evening of fun and dance! An evening of Fun and Oldies!!! Easton Live is looking forward to a great night of music, fun, and dance. "The Ultimate Oldies Show and Sock Hop" Wear your best "oldies" outfit, prize for best oldies look! Cash Bar, 50/50 Raffle and fun!! The Hall on Foundry, 375 Foundry St.

Easton - Friends of Borderland Tour Guide Training Tour Guides Wanted. Do you Love history? The Friends of Borderland are looking for volunteer tour guides & usher for our 2022 mansion tours season! Tour guides will lead a tour group through the historic mansion, telling the story of Oakes & Blanche Ames. (Must like public speaking.) Ushers will accompany each tour group to ensure all rules & regulations are being followed. May need to help answer a few questions along the way- but no real public speaking required.

Easton - Mental Health Guest Speaker Sun, June 12, 11a - 1p. Want to know & understand more about Anxiety, Depression & other Mental Health topics join us with our Guest Speaker Jennie Gould who is an Episcopal priest & Board Certified Chaplain, and has worked as one of the chaplains at Boston Medical Center since 2002. She holds a Ph.D. in Pastoral Psychology from Boston University. She also runs the Clinical Pastoral Education (chaplaincy education and training) program at the hospital.

Easton - Open House Sat, June 11, 10a - 5p, & Sun, June 12, 1 - 5p. On display will be the 1899 Morse Runabout. This Morse car is a two-cylinder prototype which is owned by the Easton Historical Society & will be on permanent display at the Easton Historical Society and Museum, 80 Mechanic St. This is one of only two Morse Cars known to exist. All Morse Cars were manufactured in South Easton.

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.

Easton - Free Classical Concert Sat, June 11, 6p, behind the Ames Mansion. The Apollo Ensemble of Boston Winds will be performing. Bring a folding chair, blanket for this amazing free event! Either park in the main parking lot & walk over to behind the Ames Mansion or enter Borderland at 257 Massapoag Ave (maintenance entrance). There will be signs leading you to the grass “wedding parking lot”. This gate will open at 4p only for those attending this event.
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Foxborough - Foxborough Founders Day Sat, June 11, 10a. Celebrate being “together again” with us!

Hanover - 2nd Annual Don't Hide the Pride 2022 Sat, June 11, 4 - 9p. Join us on June 11th for our Second Annual “Don’t Hide the Pride” Event sponsored by the Town of Hanover and Hanover Pride! There will be food, drinks, a beer/wine garden, speakers, vendors, a bike parade, and a pet fashion show.

Hingham - Mama Beasts Fitness at Weir River Farm Fridays through June 24, 9:30a. Join Mama Beasts at Weir River Farm! Mama Beasts is more than a stroller workout – it’s a community! Bring your Baby Beasts in their strollers and engage in a fierce, full-body workout that mixes cardio drills, strength training, and core work. Mama Beasts instructors are specialists in pregnancy and postpartum fitness, and strive to offer a safe and challenging class for all fitness levels.

Hingham - Bird Walks at Worlds End Sat, June 11, 8a. Spring is in the air! Walk the trails of World’s End this special season, especially “Bird Alley” and “The Valley” searching for bird songs and activity. Positioned in Hingham Bay, World’s End offers an attractive green oasis for birds flying along the coast. Poor weather conditions and unfavorable fronts often force birds to make landfall which, while not so ideal for the birds, can result in spectacular birding for humans. We will leave the visitor’s kiosk at 8AM and spend two hours looking and listening for resident and migrant birds. Please bring binoculars, dress in layers for the weather including appropriate footwear for potentially muddy conditions, and provide your own bug spray and water if needed.

Lakeville - Paws on Parade Sat, June 11, 10a. Family fun for you and your pooch. Come meet your doggie neighbors and make new friends while supporting the Lakeville Senior Center. Parade open to all dogs, costumes encouraged but optional. Prizes will be awarded for costume and non-costume categories. Prizes donated by local merchants: Gift Baskets valued at $100, Certificate for free grooming, Gift certificate for $50. Food provided by the Lakeville Lions Club.

Marshfield - Marshfest Sat, June 11, 12 - 9p. Join us at the brewery for MARSHFEST- a day full of brews, music, vendors and BBQ!

Middleboro - Fairy Fun Days Sat & Sun, June 11 - 12, 11a - 1p & 2 - 4p. Come and enjoy Fairy Fun Days at the Peter Oliver Estate. Tickets are $5/pp. Limit of 30 people each session; 2 sessions each day. All children must be accompanied by an adult, and everyone must wear closed toed shoes for safety reasons. When leaving each child will receive a fairy wand balloon to take home.
Bug Spray is recommended. All proceeds benefit the Peter Oliver House and grounds. We hope to see you at this fun event!!!

Middleboro - Sheep Day 2022 Sat, June 11, 10a - 3p. Sheep Day is baaaack at Soule Homestead!
A day of laid back, family fun that includes:
Sheep shearing demonstrations by expert sheep shearer, educator, and entertainer, Andy Rice.
Sheepdog demonstrations by Sheepdog Junction.
Fiber Art demonstrations by wool spinners, rug braiders and rug hookers. Wool spinning competitions, Live music (11a - 12p) by Cool Banana Wig, an interactive kids’ band that invites kids up to jam with the band on homemade or unusual instruments. Kids crafts, activities, and face-painting. Exploring the farm and visiting our animals: goats, chickens, bunnies and sheep.
Baked goods, refreshments, hot dogs, grilled cheese sandwiches, and popcorn for sale. Wool fleeces and other fiber products available for purchase.

Middleboro - Annual Yard Sale at The Little Yellow Church Sat, June 11, 10a - 3p. There are always treasures to be found at The Little Yellow Church when we host our annual Yard Sale! COME AND FIND SOME SPECIAL TREASURES TO TAKE HOME! Furniture, antiques, housewares, small appliances, kitchenware, sporting equipment, lawn and gardening tools, toys, books, decorations, office supplies, linens and soft goods, pocketbooks, personal care items and more!

Milton - Blow Ye Winds! Sat, June 11, 6:30p. Sea shanties, sailors' yarns and merriment on the Forbes House Museum lawn.
Norton - Smokey Chestnut Farm's 10th Anniversary Celebration Sat, June 11, 6 - 9p. Please join us as we celebrate our 10th Year Anniversary! 98A Burt St. Yes, for 10 years now, Smokey has officially been helping animals in need of a home. We would love to have you join us for a delicious homemade buffet style Italian dinner with desserts, a glass of wine or beer, live music to soothe your soul, and a visit with these amazing creatures who call Smokey their home. This is a great opportunity to connect with Heidi and Bob Medas, founders of Smokey Chestnut Farm, along with other like-minded animal lovers. There are only 100 tickets available for sale so please purchase your tickets through our website. This will be a beautiful time of fellowship between Smokey supporters. We look forward to spending time with each and every one of you!

Norwell - Rave On 50's & 60's Rock & Roll Sat, June11, 8p. Experience the thrill of listening to Buddy Holly, Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis, Etta James, Richie Valens, Bobby Darin, Johnny Cash, Dion, and other amazing artists, all in one show. Rave On is a high-energy concert experience that will have you dancing in your seats and bopping down the aisles to some of the most influential music ever written!

Norwell - Summer Fest Sat, June 11, 1 - 7p, Norwell Town Center. Food, Music, Attractions, Beer Gardens, Artisan Fair and more!

Pembroke - Pond Clean Up Day Sun, June 12, 10a - 12p.

Pembroke - 1st Annual Hatchville Corn Hole Tournament Sun, June 12, 2 - 5p. $20 per person. 1st, 2nd & 3rd prizes. 50-50 split. Fundraiser to support Old School House #7. BYOB (bring your own bags).

Plymouth - Celebrating Mayflower II Sat & Sun, June 11 - 12, 10a - 4p. Join us for fanfare, activities, and fun inspired by history and celebrate Mayflower II's 65th Sapphire Anniversary marking her 1957 arrival in Plymouth Harbor! Join us outside of the Mayflower II exhibit area for special family-friendly activities including 17th-century games, King George's cross flag making, mini bell making crafts, storytelling, and music! Step inside the exhibit area to visit the ship, try your hand at knot-tying, see if you can spot all of the objects in our Mayflower II scavenger hunt, and play our interactive Should I Stay or Should I Go? game.

Plymouth - Frozen 2 Sing-Along Fri, June 10, 5 - 10p. Enjoy a whole new drive-in movie experience. Watch movies under the stars with a full kitchen & a beer garden. Join us for this special fundraising event! A portion of the proceeds will go to the Holy Trinity PTA to raise funds to enrich student education and provide fun events for students and families.

Plymouth - Moonrise Cinemas Shop Local Farmer's Market Sun, June 12, 11a - 4p. Last year we had a great time at our monthly Moonrise Marketplaces so along with our friends at Moonrise we are bringing them back. We'll be providing the best local vendors, with unique items & gifts, with over 70 vendor spaces we will have something for everyone. So come down and enjoy grab a cold beer & yummy food, while you find the perfect gifts for your friends and family.

Plymouth - Back to the Moon for Good Fri, June 10, 7p. Back to the Moon for Good takes audiences through a successful launch, landing, and lunar surface travel. It highlights the engineering and innovation steps taken by internationally distributed teams who competed to land a spacecraft on the Moon. The show ends with a stunning glimpse of a plausible scenario for our future on the Moon. This program will also include Seasonal Star Gazing, which takes guests on a brief overview of the spring skies.

Plympton - Farm Day Sat, June 11, 10a - 3p. Come down to shop your local artisans, craftsmen, and farmers and support local! Get everything from local goat milk soap, to jewelry, honey, and handmade signs. Check out this one stop shop with lots of one of a kind items. Follow the event for vendors that will be attending and farms that will bring their animals! This event is free to guest and Vendors. 

Quincy - Disabled Vet's Day Fundraiser Sat, June 11, 7p. All proceeds will go to the 2022 Disabled Veterans Fishing Trip.
Randolph - Touch a Truck Sat, June 11, 12:30p. Come and meet members of Randolph’s Fire Department, Police Department, AND Department of Public Works. Each department will feature one of their amazing vehicles.

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.
Registration is required.

Rockland - Farmers Market Sat, June 11, 12 - 4p. It’s opening day y’all and we have so much to celebrate. The return of Rockland Farmers Market as well as the 6th Anniversary of Barrel House Z. We’ll have Fil Pacino playing in the Neighborhood Hive with plenty of refreshment and food.

Sharon - Summer Showdown Softball Tournament Fri - Sun, June 10 - 12, 8a - 4p. These tournaments are exciting to attend and include some of the best teams and athletes around New England!

Sharon - 16th Annual Father Bullock Run Walk Shuffle Sun, June 12, 5:45p. Annual Road Race (5K), Walk (2 Miles) and free kids race in memory of Father Robert Bullock.

Stoughton - SDIO Stoughton Pride Sat, June 11, 1 - 5p. Join us for SDIO Stoughton PRIDE - Stoughton's second annual PRIDE Event on the First Parish of Stoughton green. There will be live music, Drag Queen and King performances, food trucks, story time, yard games, a raffle, and more while we celebrate together as a community and fundraiser for The Trevor Project.

Taunton - Our Town Now through Sat, June 11, 7p. Bristol Community College’s Theatre program is hosting its upcoming production of Our Town. Our Town is Thornton Wilder's great American classic about life in Grover's Corners, New Hampshire. This profound and deeply moving play follows the residents of the fictional New England town in their "growing up, and in their marrying, and in their living, and in their dying."

Taunton - Taunton River Watershed Alliance Taunton River Festival Sun, June 12, 11a - 4p, Weir Riverfront Park. FREE ADMISSION. Food, Crafts, Educational Exhibits, Vendors, Free River Boat Tours & More! MUSIC & DANCE, Food Trucks. For more information call 508-828-1101 or email

Taunton - Taunton Pride Sat, June 11, 12 - 5p. Part of an amazing Pride month! With music, dancing, food, drag performances, games, vendors, family activities, and more!

Taunton - Family Fun Day Sat, June 11, 11a - 3p. You're invited to join the members of the Rotary Club of Taunton .This year the club is offering a day of free, fun activities for the whole family in a safe, spacious outdoor environment! We'll be at Camp Riverside (388 Harvey St) with train rides, pony rides, live music, magic acts, a balloon artist, climbing tower, ropes course, archery, and more! Refreshments will be available for purchase. This event is free thanks to the generosity of our sponsors!
Walpole - Concert on the Lawn: Beatles for Sale Sat, June 11, 4p, Francis William Bird Park. “All You Need is Love,” but a free concert definitely adds some fun! Come hear the fabulous sounds of Beatles for Sale, an award-winning Beatles tribute band that is committed to recreating the sounds of the Beatles live in concert. This band of talented musicians was drawn together by their love of Beatles music and the desire to keep the music alive, bringing it to a whole new generation of Beatles fans. Bring a chair or blanket & find a spot on the lawn by the Music Court (stone stage). This concert is sponsored by the Friends of Bird Park. Refreshments on sale to support the park.

Wareham - Lady Slipper Flower Hike Fri, June 10, 10a. Join us for a FREE morning hike exploring flowering lady slippers. Meet hike leaders Betsy & Jess at Great Neck Preserve, in Wareham. Participants will hike 3 miles, traveling a path of colorful flowers. Along with lady slippers, hikers can expect to see other June wildflowers, migrating spring birds, and trees in full spring foliage. Hikers must be 18+, and comfortable with walking on variable terrain. No pets will be allowed. There is no cost for this program, but participants must register to reserve a spot.

West Bridgewater - Passport to History June 1st - 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 - 24th Annual Memorial Walk & Run Family Fun Festival Sun, June 12th, Old Colony Hospice's Home Office, 321 Manley St. Join the walk and run with Old Colony Hospice & Palliative Care! Check in time is 10 - 10:30a and the walk will start at 11a. Make sure to stay for lunch and a party that will immediately follow the walk/run! Register today at Any Questions? Reach out to Margaret Downey, Phone: (781) 341-4145 EXT 207, or Email.

West Bridgewater - Touch A Truck Family Fun Day Sun, June 12, 10a - 2p, Berwick Boy's Foundation, 335 West St. We are excited to team up with Model Paving out of Easton for this event! We look forward to starting a new annual fundraiser that brings the community & local businesses together. Kids will get to climb, explore, & learn about BIG trucks, unique equipment, & more! There will be music, food, raffle baskets, & plenty of family friendly activities. *All proceeds to benefit the Berwick Boy's Foundation.

Whitman - Viking Event at the Public Library Sat, June 11, 11a. Whitman Public Library. Join a fascinating speaking event about the efforts in the mid-1800s to support the idea that Vikings once settled in Massachusetts. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow & scientist Eben Horsford were among those with an interest in fomenting the idea that Leif Erickson once lived on a quiet Cambridge street. Speaker Dr. Gloria Greis will detail the theories and show evidence that these men worked hard to substantiate these claims. Call 781-447-7613 for details.
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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.
Upcoming Events:

Bridgewater - Juneteenth Day Sat, June 18, 2p - 6p, 50 School St. BCCR and First Parish UU 2nd Annual Juneteenth Celebration. There will be food, speakers, vendors, and performers. Bring your chairs.

West Bridgewater - Free Father's Day Paint Class Sat, June 18, 10:30a - 12:30p, West Bridgewater Public Library. Dads, at this event, bring one child that is 8 years old or older to create a paired-painting!
Both Dad and child will paint on their own canvas to make a paired-painting of a beautiful tree. There are enough spots for 10 painting pairs! REGISTRATION REQUIRED. When registering, ONLY register the name of the father to save both spots. Do NOT register the child's name.

East Bridgewater - 5K Tutu Run and Sparklefest Sat, June 18, 9a - 12p. Come join our sea of pink and tutus at the 6th Annual Tutu Run and SparkleFest! You’re invited to walk, jog, run, hop, or skip your way to the finish line! Strollers are welcome and all ages are encouraged to participate. *Pink, Tutus, and Sparkles are HIGHLY ENCOURAGED*

Whitman - Whitman Day in The Park Sat, June 25, 11a - 4p. Come meet your neighbors and celebrate culture, creativity, and community! Free games, food, music, stage performances and more will be held in the park. Whitman day will be held rain or shine