Attleboro - Food Truck Picnic in the Park Sun, June 25, 4:30–8:30p. Join us for 3 nights this summer in Capron Park. Attendance is free and tickets are not required, just pay for what you eat and drink from over a dozen food trucks accepting cash, credit, and debit cards. In addition to great food, there will be live music. Make yourself at home on the lawn. Bring chairs, and blankets. Create your perfect relaxation spot and enjoy the evening with family and friends. This event is made possible by The City of Attleboro and the Park Commission, The Samuel M. Stone and Ernest H. Augat Summer Concerts. Enjoy the food trucks, and live music.

Berkley - Flying High Dog Show Sat, June 24, 10a. This FREE event will be held outside the library on the lawn. Bring lawn chairs or blankets for seating and kindly leave your pets at home.

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 - Blood Drive Sat, June 24, 9a–2p, DryZone Basement Systems, 850 Bedford St.

Bridgewater - Mind Games at Stay 'N Play Children's Museum Sat, June 24, 6:30 - 8p, 27 Perkins St. Education by Entertainment is hosting a Mind Games night! This interactive show will consist of mind blowing tricks that will be sure to leave you confused and amazed! This event is for kids in grades 3 to 12, but parents are welcome to attend as well and participate. Prizes will also be given! Tickets are $15 each, but financial aid is available with limited spacing.

Bridgewater - Summerfest Sat, June 24, 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.

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 - Bolt Sat, June 24, 11a, Story Room - Main Branch, Children's Room, 304 Main St. Contact: 508-894-1431.

Brockton - Pet Yard Sale Sat, June 24, 10a–1p. Shop a variety of pet supplies, all at the cost of a donation to the Animal Protection Center.

Brockton - 2nd Annual Juneteenth Celebration Rescheduled Sat, June 24, 11a–6p. Join the African American Association for their second annual Juneteenth Celebration. There will be Vendors, Performers, and much more.

Brockton - Softball Clinic (Ages 6-12) Fri, June 23, 9a–12:30p. Join us for an exciting and action-packed softball clinic, designed to enhance your child’s skills both on offense and defense. The clinic will be led by Brockton High School coach Rachel Balboni and Rox Pitcher Marika Lyszczyk. It is open to all children ages 6-12 who are interested in improving their softball skills. Cost of the clinic is $40 per participant and includes lunch which will be served at noon. We recommend bringing a hat, glove, and sunscreen. Make sure to dress appropriately for the weather conditions will allow you to fully enjoy the clinic!

Buzzards Bay - Buzzards Bay Swim Sat, June 24, 7a. Just 50 miles south of Boston, the Buzzards Bay Swim is a one-of-a-kind scenic point-to-point open water swim across outer New Bedford Harbor. Assisted by a robust safety patrol, swimmers navigate 1.2 miles through the harbor and channel, passing by the iconic Butler Flats Lighthouse and the New Bedford Hurricane Barrier, one of the largest stone structures on the East Coast. At the thrilling finish, swimmers are welcomed with a beach party featuring a live steel drum band, pancakes cooked to order, gourmet coffee, and local beer! Reach out with any questions.

Canton - 7th Annual Trip-Town PMC Kids Ride Sat, June 24, 8:30a. Join us for FUN Kids BIKE Ride at ICC to support Dana Farber and cancer treatment and research. Register.

Dartmouth - Echo-Walk: Salt Marshes at Cornell Farm Fri, June 23, 9–11a. Join The Trustees for an exploration of the Salt Marshes in Dartmouth at Cornell Farms! Magnifying glasses, nets, and binoculars will be provided.
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.

East Bridgewater - 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 24, 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!"

East Bridgewater - Practice Playing your Singing Bowls Fri, June 23, 6:30–7:45p. Who has a Singing Bowl at home they're not playing or just playing alone...or who loves listening. I'll help both I'll kick of showing briefly how to play your bowl if necessary. And to the listener how to absorb the healing energies. Come Play in a Singing Bowl Energy Circle or Zone out and or relax in a Zero Gravity Lounge Chair.

Easton - Volunteer Day Sun, June 25, 11a–1p. Volunteers should meet at the Carriage House. Please wear close-toed work shoes or boots, long pants, and gloves. Gloves will be provided if needed. Volunteers may bring drinks and snacks, if desired. It is strongly suggested to wear bug spray and sunscreen. Children under age 15 must be accompanied by an adult.
Easton - FREE Summer Solstice Women's Circle Fri, June 23, 5:30–7:30p. Join us as we celebrate the turning of the Wheel! The Summer Solstice marks the longest day of the year — it’s filled with magic, celebration and hope. Women have been gathering together in sacred circles since the beginning of time and the call to these practices are starting to resurface once again. Each month we will come together to heal ourselves through a myriad of practices (meditation, breath work, energy healing etc.), while gaining a deeper sense of community and connection. Topics will vary month to month, but will often have an undertone of spirituality and mysticism. Join us in the Queset Garden for an evening of healing!

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!

Fairhaven - Pirates & Privateers Presentation Friday mornings at 10a through September, WEATHER PERMITTING, 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, Abigail Black, a ship’s doctor who grows herbal remedies in her village garden when she’s not at sea, and Caleb the Powder Monkey, a lad who knows how to load and fire a cannon.

Halifax - Farmers Market Saturdays: June 24, July 1, 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!
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Hanover - Hanover Day Fri & Sat, June 23 & 24. An annual festival sponsored by the Hanover Cultural Council. The purpose of the event is to build community, highlight the great groups & businesses that are in Hanover & to raise money for grants for arts, music, sciences, & humanities.

Hingham - Summer Solstice at World's End Sat, June 24, 5p–dusk. Join us as we celebrate this remarkable property on one of the longest days of the year. Experience the unique thrill of driving out on the carriage roads to set up your blankets and chairs on the top of Planter’s Hill.
Bring a picnic or purchase food from Lawless food truck, The Sausage Guy, or Wanderlust food truck. Enjoy craft beer from Barrel House Z and premium alcohol seltzer from PRESS. Grab an ice cream from Smiles by the Mile Ice Cream and a desert from Hetty Sweets Bakery. Dance to the music of South Shore favorite, the Aldous Collins Band, and relax with friends and family as the sun sets over the Boston skyline.

Hingham - Open Barnyard at Weir River Farm Sat, June 24, 10a & 11a. 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 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 Weir River Farm!

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 - Hingham Shipyard Summer Concert Series Fri, June 23, 7p. The Hingham Shipyard is proud to bring LIVE MUSIC by local favorites back to the Shipyard for an experience the whole family can enjoy on Friday nights at 7p on the amphitheater, located by 18 Shipyard Drive. Every concert is free and open to the public. Don't forget the blankets and lawn chairs!
This week: James Montgomery.
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Middleboro - Fab Fest Downtown Block Party Sat & Sun, June 24 & 25, 9a–10p. Join the festivities all day in Historic Downtown Middleborough. It is a block party with different promoters hosting live music, performances, and art exhibitions all day and into the evening. The timing of the events are staggered so visitors can attend as many events as possible and to support our local businesses.

Middleboro - Integrative Energy Therapy for Beginners Sat, June 24, 10a–6p. Join us for this powerful healing class that works with cellular memory points. Think of a cross between acupressure and reiki creating powerful healing. Integrated Energy Therapy® (IET®) is a powerful energy therapy system that gets the “issues out of your tissues” for good! Developed at the Center of Being, by Stevan J. Thayer, IET uses the violet angelic energy ray, as brought to us through the nine Healing Angels of the Energy Field, to work directly with your 12 Strand Spiritual DNA. IET supports you in safely & gently releasing limiting energy patterns of your past, empowering and balancing your life in the present, and helps you to reach for the stars as you evolve into your future. We chose the term “Integrated” in our name to convey our healing vision of “integrating the pain of the past, into the power of the present, to bring about the joy of the future”. We have been privileged to see Integrated Energy Therapy live up to this vision. The IET Mission is to “Heal the world one-heart-at-a-time”.

Milton - KIDLEIDOSCOPE Fri, June 23, 10—11a. Join us for nature crafts and nature facts! Each week we will feature a different nature theme and a craft on that theme. Suitable for children ages 4-10 years with an adult.

Milton - Exploring Meditation at the Eustis Estate Sat, June 24, 9a. Practicing meditation is a great way to alleviate stress, calm a restless mind, & support selfcare. The tranquil landscape of the Eustis Estate offers a soothing space to experience being in the moment & an opportunity to take in its beauty and serenity. Join meditation instructor, Elaine Davis and explore a variety of mindfulness meditation techniques. Together, we will walk the property mindfully, all are welcome.

Milton - Huge Church Yard Sale Sat, June 24, 9a–1p. Come by to the First Parish in Milton's annual yard sale! Bargains and Treasures for all!
535 Canton Ave right next to town hall.
Plymouth - H2 w0w! Connecting Climate, Water and Community Sat, June 24, 9:30a–12:30p. Join Globe climate-writer David Abel, Climate Chief Mellissa Hoffer, and David Boutt, UMass Amherst, for coffee, conversation and a hike!

Plymouth - 2nd Manomet Blues Festival Sun, June 25, 12:30–6p. The 2nd Manomet Blues Festival featuring Johnny Hoy, Diane Blue & Delta Generators. The venue, John Alden Sportsmen's Club has a huge field, complete natural setting, a shade pavilion that can hold 200+ folks. A Cash Bar and BBQ.. Scanning Eventbrite tickets starting at 11:30a - Showtime is 1–6p. The admission for the shows will be $30 General Admission and $25 in advance on Eventbrite. Venmo Available & ATM on site. family friendly 15 YO and under free *Plenty of Parking*No Coolers allowed. *No outside alcohol allowed, Cash Bar at the Pavilion.

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 and 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 and 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 - Sunday Market Sun, June 25, 9a–12p. Indoors so rain or shine! Enjoy some complimentary coffee or tea while browsing curated South Shore artisans, local products, local food and more. Free Entry for Customers
Interested Vendors: Please email for more information. **Second Story Studio, please call the studio if you need wheel chair access.

Raynham - Annual Special Olympics Yard Sale Sat, June 24th, 8a - 3p, 585 Locust St. Come support the Bridgewater Raynham Special Olympics by purchasing some items at their yard sale! All proceeds raised will go to the Special Olympics teams and will be used for uniforms, sports, equipment, etc. If you have any questions please reach out to Kate Dyer at 508-245-8404.

Raynham - Blood Drive Fri - Sun, June 23–25, 7a - 3:15p, 275 New State Highway.

Rockland - Free Community Concert with the MA Walking Tour Sat, June 24, 6p. Folk troubadours trek through Norfolk/Plymouth County Towns offering Daily Hikes and Free Community Concerts. Holbrook, Abington, Whitman, Rockland, June 21-24, 2023 – Since 2010, singer-songwriters Mark Mandeville & Raianne Richards have organized a grassroots bipedal trek annually to raise awareness of recreational greenspace throughout the state and create folk coffeehouse-style musical events in each town. For complete details on daily hikes and a list of concert venues, visit.

Rockland - Cornhole for a Cure Sun, June 25, 1–5p. We are humbled to help the cause: Weymouth Eagle Riders # 2899 Fundraiser event to help our friend Weymouth Eagle Riders # 2899 Fundraiser event to help our friend Christine Goode's daughter Abby who recently was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.

Fri, June 23, 6p. Outdoor movie night at the Stoughton Youth Soccer Fields in honor of Marissa Ramos. Activities start at 6p and we will play a movie at dusk. A suggested donation of $5 is asked per person, and all net proceeds will go to the Marissa Paige Ramos Memorial Foundation. Come on down for what is sure to be a great night! Please feel free to email Cameron Ramos with any donation items, sponsorships, or questions!
Stoughton - Spring Fair Sat, June 24, 10a–3p. After one rain reschedule, the Spring Fair will be Saturday, June 24, rain or shine! 

Taunton - Snooping for Snakes Sat, June 24, 11a–12:30p. Join Chris Rezendes, Friends of Boyden Refuge Board member, for this popular program on snakes. Come search for local snakes in the Boyden Refuge and learn about their fascinating habits, diet and their important role in the ecosystem. Chris will also have live snakes on display How many snakes do you think
we can find in the Refuge?

Taunton - 15th Anniversary SGT Shane Duffy Memorial Fund Meat on the Steak Sat, June 24, 1–7p. We are excited to be back and look forward to remembering Shane on this 15th Anniversary with friends and family. Can't wait to see you all!
The Sgt. Shane P. Duffy Fund was created to honor the memory of Sgt. Duffy, a Taunton native who was killed in Iraq in 2008. Scholarships in his name are awarded each year to seniors from Taunton High School, Bristol Plymouth Regional Technical High School. One student will receive a $1000 scholarship for a winning essay and two students from a police or firefighting family will receive $500. Go to website for more information.

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!

Taunton - Fair Foods Fri, June 23, 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.

West Bridgewater - Bob Ross Paint Night Fri, June 23, 6:30p. Always see those paint & sip nights and wish you had a local place to try it out? Here's your chance! Grab a friend, partner, or your whole family and be ready to get your creativity flowing. The Bridge Coffeehouse is hosting a paint night for any and all ages. There will be time to order a coffee or treat, get your supplies from the host, & get seated before watching a recorded teaching of Bob Ross & one of his beautiful scenic masterpieces! $15 at the door. Smocks not provided. Please RSVP on Eventbrite so we can account for supplies needed!

Weymouth - Strawberry Festival & Craft Fair Sat, June 24, 9a–2p. It's a rite (and sign) of summer in Jackson Square East Weymouth: our annual Strawberry Festival and Craft Fair featuring our famous homemade strawberry shortcake, high-quality crafts from our vendors, and bargains on gently used clothing and housewares at our Next-to-New Thrift Shop. Vendor table rentals are $30. Want to rent? Call 781-335-2267.

Weymouth - Food Truck Fridays! Fri, June 23, 5–8p. Join us every Friday night at Weymouth Town Hall for Weymouth's Food Truck Fridays! This Friday, we'll have Spindles Auto Club joining us for their "Cruise Night" - swing down and check out the awesome cars, enjoy music by DJ Chris Pickett, grab a bite to eat and enjoy yourself! Don't forget your chair!

Whitman - The 12th Annual Massachusetts Walking Tour Fri, June 23, 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!

Whitman - Blood Drive Fri, June 23, 10a–3p. Whitman COA, 16 Hayden Ave.
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East Bridgewater - Sip & Paint Fri, June 30, 7p, 484 Bedford St. Come attend a soulful workshop hosted by The Soul Project! There will be wine and sparkling cider as we learn how to paint mandala stones. Jennie from Simple Graces Wellness and Liz from Soulful Girls are leading the workshop to teach the art of meditation and encourage connection for soulful women. Reservations cost $35 per person to attend.

West Bridgewater - Joey Voices Fri, June 30, 1p, West Bridgewater Council On Aging. Joey, comedic impersonator, is back at the COA by popular demand! Come join us for a fun event full of laughs!

Halifax - Halifax Fireworks Celebration Sat, July 1, 5p. It’s that time of the year again to celebrate Independence Day with the community! Join us for the annual Halifax Fireworks Celebration, where there will be a huge variety of activities happening throughout the day. There will be daytime activities on the Town Green from 11a - 2p in which we will be at the Farmers Market with cookie decorating, face painting, t-shirts for sale, corn hole, and other surprise activities. Later, food truck vendors will be open at 5p and music will be provided by a DJ, along with other fun engagements. The fireworks show will start at 9:15p sharp so be there!

Bridgewater - Bark in the Park Sat, July 8t 1p - 6p, 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, so everyone can enjoy the outdoor space at this event.

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!
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