Attleboro - Juneteenth "It Takes a Village" Sat, June 17, 11a. 4th Annual Juneteenth Celebration hosted by National Black Doll Museum a Free fun-filled family event. Highlights of the event include History of Juneteenth, Libation Ceremony, Gospel Rapper Freddrick Halleluyah!! Poet Marlon Carey -My Brother's Keeper, Xtreme Hip-Hop Fitness with SAI, Volume 2 Steel Band, DJ Ron Disco, 2023 Trailblazer awards, Food, Activity center Kids & Family with yard and card games, over 30 retail vendors from Dolls to Dashikis and everything in between. Capron Park

Braintree - Opening Day Farmers Market Sat, June 17, 9a–1p. The Braintree Farmers market celebrates Opening Day with a full lineup of local farms and food vendors. Stop by to find a diverse selection of the finest and freshest foods. Fresh picked produce, baked goods, seafood, meats, eggs, honey, jams, cheeses, maple syrup, coffee, prepared foods and more. This an event you won't want to miss!

Braintree - Braintree Craft & Vendor Market Sat, June 17, 11a–3p, 74 Pond St.

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 - Fossil Discoveries Sat, June 17th, 10 - 11a, Bridgewater Public Library. Easton's Children's Museum will be coming to the Public Library for a fossil discovery event! Kids 5+ will explore, compare, identify, and learn about various extinction theories as well as fun facts about these creatures that once roamed the Earth. They will also get to take home their own excavated fossil!

Bridgewater - Bridgewater's 3rd Annual Juneteenth Celebration Sat, June 17, 2 - 6p, Bridgewater Middle School. The Bridgewater Communities for Civil Rights (BCCR) is hosting their 3rd Annual Juneteenth celebration! Juneteenth is about celebration, commemoration, and education. There will be food, music, craft vendors, and entertainment!

Bridgewater - Community Dance Fri, June 16, 7–9p. Enjoy an evening of international folk dance, New England squares and contras, mixers, and line dances.

Bridgewater - Central Closet Thrift Shop Saturdays through December, 10a–1p. All are welcome to visit the shop at Central Square Congregational Church, UCC, located at 71 Central Square. Clothing, housewares, decor, accessories, books, and more.

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.

Brockton - Blood Drive Fri, June 16, 11:30a–4:30p. Masshire Office, 34 School St.

Brockton - JuneTeenth Celebration And Remembrance Sat, June 17, 1:30–4p, Driscoll Art Gallery, 2nd Floor - Main Branch
304 Main St. On June 19, 1865, enslaved African Americans in Texas were told they were free. A century and a half later, people across the U.S. continue to celebrate the day, which is now a federal holiday. Contact: 508-894-1423.
Brockton - Teen Comic Club Fri, June 16, 4–4:45p,Teen Zone- Main Branch, 304 Main St. The Teen Comic Club is for all ages between 13-19. The Teen Comic Club meets every 3rd Thursday in the Teen Zone located in the Main Library. All books are available on Hoopla Digital through Library card access. Contact: 508-894-1400 X 1124.

Brockton - Caribbean American Flag Commemoration Fri, June 16, 3–3:30p. Join Mayor Robert Sullivan for Caribbean American Flag Commemoration at City Hall Plaza.

Brockton - 1st Annual Juneteenth Block Party Celebration Sat, June 17, 10a–4p. The Brockton Church of God of Prophecy invites the community to join us at our 1st Annual Juneteenth Block Party at 464 Crescent St. We hope that families and friends will join us on this grand occasion. Our 1st Annual Juneteenth Block Party aims to encourage diversity efforts in our community as we develop community-wide partnerships and local resources available to youth, children, and families. Join us for a day of family-friendly fun featuring music, food, activities, and more! Various games will be available for everyone to enjoy, from simple to challenging ones. For those who prefer a relaxed approach, there will be multiple “break-time” areas where guests can bring their chairs and blankets to enjoy the music.

Sat, June 17, 11a–6p. 440 Belmont St. Join the African American Association for their second annual Juneteenth Celebration. There will be Vendors, Performers, and much more.

Brockton - Meet President John Adams Sat, June 17, 2–3p. Brockton Library is pleased to welcome George Baker for a special presentation. Since 2008, George Baker has portrayed the character of President John Adams in a one-man show throughout the country. Dressed in the clothes Adams wore as President, George as John Adams talks about life with his wife Abigail and his views of history and society in a humorous and inspiring performance.

Brockton - We Shall Overcome: A Juneteenth Journey Sat, June 17, 2–3p, 304 Main St. We are pleased to welcome the Brockton Symphony Orchestra for a concert that celebrates Juneteenth.

Brockton - Brockton Rox Pride Night Sat, June 17, 6–9:30P. The Brockton Rox will celebrating diversity and inclusion with our “Pride Night. Featuring an appearance Bryan Ruby, former Rox Assistant Coach, Country music songwriter/performer, Professional Baseball Player, Out Athlete, Founder of 501 (c)(3) “Proud to be in Baseball”. The event is family friendly. Tickets are available for $7.

Brockton - Spring 2023 Kids Road Races Saturdays through June 17, 10a. Spring Road Races are open to all kids ages 14 and under at D.W. Field Park. Registration is at 9:30a. Race starts at 10a sharp. 2.2 miles, 10 divisions: Boys and Girls, Age Groups: 6 and under, 7&8, 9&10, 11&12, 13&14. Donations of $1.00 per week.

Buzzards Bay - Wings Over Water Hike Fri, June 16, 9–11a. Join your Outdoor Guide for a morning bird watching hike at Lyman Reserve. Look for ospreys, red-winged blackbirds, and more on this easy paced walk along pine-barren, woodland trails, and Buttermilk Bay.

Duxbury - First Parish Church Summer Fair Sat, June 17, 8:30–2p. First Parish UU Church Duxbury's annual Summer Fair! RAIN OR SHINE * FREE ADMISSION * LIVE MUSIC * TOYS * FURNITURE * PLANTS * ANTIQUES * JEWELRY * SPORTING GOODS *
East Bridgewater - Bicentennial Concert & Fireworks Fri, June 16, 6p. Concert by Dale and the Duds followed by fireworks at dusk.

East Bridgewater - Bicentennial Softball Tournament Sat, June 17, 9a, EBJrSrHS Softball Fields. Come watch and support EB community members who will be participating in a softball tournament to celebrate East Bridgewater's Bicentennial! The first pitch will be thrown at 9a, so make sure you get there in time to get a seat and watch this entertaining event!

East Bridgewater - Kids Night Out Fun in the Sun Fri, June 16, 5:30 - 7:30p, Old Colony YMCA, Bring your kids to this fun-filled event hosted by the YMCA! The night will begin with outdoor activities including soccer and frisbee. The kids will then have a movie night with popcorn and watch Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation!
Fall River - Kick-Off to Summer Sat, June 17, 11a–3p. Kick off the summer with Fall River RECreation and Mobile Adventures with food, activities, games, and family fun!

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. We accept SNAP & HIP benefits, WIC, credit cards ($10 min), Venmo, Apple & Google pay!

Halifax - Halifax Pride 2023 Sat, June 17, 11a – 4p Halifax Town Hall Green. Music * Art * Vendors * Food * Drag. Additional info here.

Halifax - Strawberry Shortcakes Sale Sat, June 17, 11a - 3p Halifax Congregational Church/Town Green, 503 Plymouth St, on rt 106. $5.00 Please come and join us for a delicious homemade treat! All are warmly welcomed.
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Hanover - Blood Drive Sat, June 17, 7:30a–12:30p. 133 Broadway St.

Hingham - Women's Sunset Hike and Sip - Whitney and Thayer Woods Fri, June 16, 7–8:30p. Welcome Women! Join Trustees staff for an easy-to-moderate hike through Whitney and Thayer Woods. Enjoy the late summer air while strolling through the beautiful woodlands and connect with other women who enjoy nature. The hike will end at Weir River Farm’s Studio building where we’ll enjoy a stunning sunset and amazing views of the Boston skyline while sipping refreshments on the porch. The hike will take approximately 1 to 1.5 hours. This hike is part of a series of women’s hikes and walks taking place at Trustees properties on the South Shore, including Whitney and Thayer Woods, World’s End, and Weir River Farm. Through these women-led excursions, we aim to create safe and welcoming environments that empower women to get outdoors.

Hingham - Campout at World's End Sat, June 17, 5p. Join us for a special Campout at World’s End! For this one weekend only, we are hosting a unique, family-friendly camping opportunity. This night will be great for those who are new to camping and for seasoned veterans alike! Pack up your camping gear and join us on the drumlins of World’s End to see the sunset and the stars come out. Enjoy s’mores, the campfire, and relaxing under the stars! This is an opportunity not to be missed!

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. We offer a $20 SNAP match, a HIP farmer, and some of the best local food the area has to offer.

Hingham - Sensory Friendly Open Barnyard at Weir River Farm Sat, June 17, 1–2p.This program offers a dedicated hour with a reduced number of guests and quieter sensory friendly environment. Any family that would benefit from a limited capacity visit is welcome. During the Sensory-Friendly Open Barnyard series, you’ll have the opportunity to experience life on one of the last working farms on the South Shore. 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. On your way down to the barnyard, enjoy the beautiful StoryWalk™. Pre-registration is required for this event. Children 2 and under are free. Please contact South Shore Engagement Manager, Elyssa Scheck, at, with any questions or special requests.
Kingston - Game Night Fri, June 16, 7p. Join us for Game Night. Bring a friend, a game, and a snack. All ages are welcome!

Marshfield Hills - Acrylic Mandala Workshop • Arts Unkajed Fri, June 16, 6–7:30p. In this workshop, you will learn the basics of the acrylic pouring process and paint your own canvas. Acrylic pouring is a fluid art method of painting and creating that dates back to the 1930s. This art process can be calming and results in beautiful intricate details and one of a kind designs. This is theraputic but not therapy.

Lakeville - The Raynham Lions Annual Robert McCabe Golf Tournament Fri, June 16, Lakeville Country Club. $480 per team, $120 per person Includes golf carts, dinner and prizes. Return registration or submit online by June 2. Click here for Registration Flyer. For more information call Dee at (508) 510-0879 or email or visit Raynham's Lions Club.

Middleboro - Pottery Workshop: Plant Markers Sat, June 17, 10a. Create plant markers for your summer garden! Join us for our Pottery Workshop with Dave Kraemer of Dave's Pottery. In this class you will create plant markers from clay just in time for garden season. Participants will explore wedging clay, constructing slabs, designing pottery projects, and surface decoration. No prior pottery experience is necessary. All materials will be provided. This workshop is relaxing and useful! Dress for mess and come have fun.

Milton - Volcanic Granite Sat, June 17, 10—11a. Hundreds of millions of years ago the Blue Hills was a raging volcano. Join us for a geological hike on this extinct volcano and learn about the granite it left behind and how people have used that marvel- ous stone for hundreds of years.

Milton - Bees, Butterflies and More! Sat, June 17, 11a–12p. What moth is that? What is the beetle doing? Are all bees native? Learn about some of the common insects of Massachusetts and their importance in the ecosystem. Discover butterfly migration, where moths go, and what you can do to protect the bees! Bring your own lunch and meet with a Mass Audubon naturalist or biologist and then explore the Blue Hills before or after our talk during this beautiful season.

Norton - Electronic Recycling Event Sat, June 17, 9a–2p. Come and join for our annual Electronics Recycling Event. We are accepting ALL electronics, appliances and bikes at St. Mary's Church parking lot, 1 Power St. All electronics, appliances, items with a plug and/or batteries, as well as bicycles in any condition will be accepted and recycled for a small cost. See event for more details.
Plymouth - S'mores and Camp Tours Fri, June 16, 2:30–3:30p. Join us for our LAST Camp Open House! Bring the whole family to tour Camp Clark and have all your registration questions answered! Tours and s'mores will be ongoing between 6:30-7:30p! Please reach out with any questions to Catherine.

Plymouth - Patriotic Feathers Paint Night Fri, June 16, 6p. Let's create an abstract patriotic painting! Each guest will leave with an 11x14 inch canvas. All paint supplies are included! Please bring your own apron or paint ready clothing. All skill levels are welcome! Bring your own snacks/drinks/alcohol to enjoy during the class.

Plymouth - Poker Run Ride Sat, June 17, 9a–3p. Come out and have some fun all while supporting Marion Horse Show.

Quincy - Geology & Stone Splitting Hands on Sat, June 17, 2p, Turning Mill, Quarry Hills Dr., West Quincy. Quincy Quarry & Granite Workers Museum Geology of Quincy Granite & Learn About Stone Splitting. Come learn the geology of Quincy granite from registered geologist Les Tyrala. What made Quincy granite? Where did Quincy granite come from? How did it get to Quincy and what uncovered Quincy granite? Also, Learn about splitting stone from museum members and try your hand at splitting Quincy granite. For additional info call 617-472-1322.

Randolph - Caribbean Cultural Day Fri, June 16, 6–8p. FREE EVENT. SSCC Celebrates Caribbean American Heritage Month at Spring of Water Christian Assembly! Welcoming people of all backgrounds to experience Caribbean Culture.

Raynham - Blood Drive Fri - Sun, June 16–18, 7a - 3:15p, 275 New State Highway.

Rockland - Farmer's Market Every other Saturday through Sept 16, 11a–3p. See our assortment of fresh fruits & vegetables. We might also have a new table filled with beautiful hand-knitted clothing items as well as knitted dolls. We accept SNAP and HIP benefits and also WIC.
Stoughton - Parents Night Out - Camp Rock Fri, June 16, 5:30–8:30p. Drop your children off for a night of fun at the Stoughton YMCA to enjoy a movie, pizza, and crafts. The Y does not own the rights to this movie.

Taunton - Fair Foods Fri, June 16, 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 - Sunday My Hero Academia! Sundays through June 18, 4–8p. Bring your best Hero, Use your STRONGEST quirk! Battle to be the top of the class as we start our WEEKLY, YES, WEEKLY My Hero Academia CCG Tournaments!

Taunton - Downtown Summer Concert Series Fri, June 16, 7–9p. Join us in beautiful Liberty & Union Park for this FREE amazing & soulful show featuring Alexus Lee! Come early for best seating, limited seats available, so bring your own chairs. Snacks & drinks available for sale onsite or grab dinner at one of our downtown restaurants before the show. Takeout is also a great option for our summer series. As always, we will have sidewalk chalk and one of our giant games set up for kids of all ages to enjoy.

Weymouth - Dehumidifier Recycling Event Sat, June 17, 9a–4p. Get $30 for turning in your old, working dehumidifier! Recycle your working dehumidifier with G.W. Toma and Mass Save and help the environment. Read full event for additional details.

Weymouth - Food Truck Fridays! Fri, June 16, 5–8p. Food Truck Fridays are BACK in Weymouth! Join us every Friday night through September 29th at 75 Middle Street.This week we'll be joined by Total Strangers! Come down, bring a chair, grab some food, have the kids get their faces painted by Handful of Fortunes and have some fun! (there is no FTF on Friday, June 30 or September 1st).

Whitman - Flea Market Sat, June 17, 9a–3p. Tables $35. Contact All Saints Church 781-447-6106 or Linda 339-788-0994.
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East Bridgewater - TOPS Chapter #360 Fri, June 23, 9:30a, 32 Union St. TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) non-profit weight loss support and wellness education program is open to the public. Meetings are held every Friday morning. Weigh-in is at 9:30a and meetings begin at 10a at EBPL.

Whitman - The 12th Annual Massachusetts Walking Tour Fri, June 23rd, 6p. The Massachusetts Walking Tour will be making their annual appearance in Whitman! The hike will take place at 11a at Whitman Town Park, followed by a community concert at 6p at Whitman Town Hall. The event is free and anyone is welcome to join in on the fun! This years daily walks and concerts will also be taking place in Holbrook, Abington, and Rockland. We hope to see you there!

Bridgewater - Summerfest Sat, June 24th, 1 - 8p, 80 Spring St. Fire for Effect Foundation and Black Hat Brew Works is hosting the first Summerfest! This event will consist of live music, local breweries, food trucks, vendors, and more! Money collected from this event will benefit the Easterseals Bridge Center who provide the community with programs that are designed to meet the social, emotional, and physical goals of participants. The Bridge Center encourages independence and helps participants build important life skills. Be sure to stop by for some food and fun!

Taunton - Cemetery Tour Sat, June 24, 11a. In June we'll explore Mount Pleasant Cemetery with a focus on the industrialists laid to rest there. Explore even more history of the Old Colony with a visit to a different cemetery each month where we will discuss various topics in the history of our region and residents from the past! In June we'll explore Mount Pleasant Cemetery with a focus on the industrialists laid to rest there. Please note that we will be walking on unpaved ground and uneven terrain. We suggest sneakers, hats, and water!

East Bridgewater - Volunteers Needed for June 25th Celebration of Multiculturalism Sun, June 25, 12–3p, 171 Central St. Join us in celebrating our Community's diversity through food, dance, speakers, art, music, children's activities, vendors, and live performances. For more information, email.

East Bridgewater - Whitman Amateur Radio Field Day 2023 Sat, June 24th, 12p through Sun, June 25th, 2p, Old Colony YMCA EB. Are you a fan of radio broadcasting? This upcoming event is perfect for you! The Old Colony YMCA welcomes radio lovers and anyone interested to gather together to celebrate the skill of radio communication. American Radio Relay League explains, "On the fourth weekend of June of each year, thousands of radio amateurs gather with their clubs, groups or simply with friends to operate from remote locations. Field Day is a picnic, a campout, practice for emergencies, an informal contest and, most of all, FUN!"
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