Attleboro - Farmers Market Sat, July 1, 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!

Attleboro - Attleboro Still Rocks in Memory of Tim Lindsey Sat, July 1, 12–7p. Tickets are selling quickly. If you are planning to be in the area on July 1st ... Why not join us for a day of GREAT LIVE MUSIC! Tickets available @ Nostalgic N More - 75 Pleasant St.
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Attleboro - Second Mushroom Workshop Sat, July 1, 10a. Join Us Saturday Morning for Gardener Nick Gray 's Second Workshop and presentation on growing mushrooms. The workshop will cover the following: Log growing outdoors, Reviewing the bucket growing technique which was covered in the previous workshop. Nick will prepare another 5 gallon bucket. Identifying mushrooms.

Braintree - 4th of July Parade Sat, July 1, 11:30a. Always proud to participate in this great annual parade.

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.

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 - Saturday Farmers Market Sat, July 1, 10a–12p.Join us for our school market at the Arnone (135 Belmont Street)! It's at the perfect time to stock up on your cookout supplies for the Fourth of July! We'll have plenty of corn, and other grillable foods like pineapple and tomatoes to make your cookout a vibrant success!! And if you have SNAP/EBT benefits, we'll show you how you can purchase fresh produce from us without it affecting your balance (up to a certain amount). We hope to see you there!

Brockton - Cameroon Flag Commemoration Fri, June 30, 3p. Join Mayor Robert Sullivan for Cameroon Flag Commemoration at City Hall Plaza.

Brockton - Dino Discovery Sat, July 1, 11a–1p.
Join us for a Dino Discovery! Children will be able to interact and learn about the animals related to dinosaur. After the show, children will be able to participate in a petting hour. Please be on time! East Branch, 54 Kingman St, 508-894-1433.

Brockton - Brockton Rox vs Nashua Silver Knights Fri, June 30, 6:30p. Join us as the Brockton Rox take on the Nashua Silver Knights! Get ready to experience a thrilling night of baseball filled with remarkable plays, intense competition, and unforgettable moments.

Canton - Game Night Fri, June 30, 7p. Are you looking for a night out that's FREE, safe, clean, entertaining, and most of all FUN? Well look no further and join us on Friday 6/30/23 for all of the above and much more. Oh yeah, bring a friend or two or three. Registration is REQUIRED

Carver - Non-Essential Comedy Fri, June 30, 7–9p. A mixture of witty “A-list material” and his ability to work off-script has earned Jim McCue the title “Boston’s King of Crowd Work!” It’s not only his height of six foot six that makes Jim stand head and shoulders above club comedians of the “stick-to-the-script” variety. Jim blends thought-provoking material and uncanny improv skills with a style that encourages audience participation.
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.

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.

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, 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 - Intimate Session of Talk and Tarot Sat, July 1, 6–8p. Talk and Tarot is a unique event created first and only by Kaile Dutton, The Multidimensional Medium. It has often been described as connective, laughter through tears and a wonderful gathering event of sharing and bonding.

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!

Halifax - Farmers Market Saturdays: 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 - Open House at Creative Energy Holistic Fri, June 30, 4–8p. Join Cristina and I for our open house with gifts galore - Mini Readings, Healing Sessions, Chair Massage, yummy food, and a special Crystal Bowl Sound balancing at 6:30. Our Crystal Angel Shoppe is full of special offerings, and will be 20% off for the event. Come by & enjoy a peaceful and joyful time. Feel free to walk in and bring you family and friends.

Hanover - Supermoon Fire Circle Sun, July 2, 6:30p. This July 2023 Supermoon full moon is called the Buck Moon. It is named after the buck because it is during this time when the bucks antlers are in full growth mode. This supermoon's energy will propel each of us forward on our path of growth and development. The moon will be in Capricorn at the time of the full moon, and true to Capricorn energy, we will feel the desire to press on, nose to the grindstone, and not let up or give ourselves a break, however the sun will be in Capricorns opposite sign of Cancer reminding us that life isn't all about working hard, that we also need time to rest, play and find space to nurture ourselves.

Hanson - Red Horse Farm Goat Yoga Sun, July 2, 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 (and fun!) than normal by climbing on you while you’re trying to hold a pose.

Hingham - Weston's 100th Anniversary Celebration Sat, July 1, 11a–4p. Mark your calendars & plan on joining Weston Nurseries at one of our locations for one of our upcoming 100th Year Anniversary celebrations! We will have food, drinks, music, special offers & lots of fun!

Hingham - Full Moon Hike at World's End Sun, July 2, 8:15p. Join us for a Full Moon Hike at World’s End! During this unique hiking experience, we will open our gate after hours and invite you to enjoy a tranquil evening walk under a full moon, or near-full moon as it waxes or wanes. A World’s End guide will lead participants on an hour-long hike along our century-old cart paths. We will take in views of the setting sun and rising moon as we share in informal discussion about the traditional significance of the month’s moon as well as World’s End history. If you listen and look carefully, you may spot wildlife becoming more active at dusk. White tailed deer, red fox, raccoons, barred owls and other woodland animals make their way out into the open fields of World’s End. This is a great opportunity to get outside under the stars and share the joys of nature.

Hingham - Sensory-Friendly Open Barnyard at Weir River Farm Sat, July 1, 1–2p. Welcome to Sensory-Friendly Open Barnyard at Weir River Farm! 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. 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 in their pastures. On your way down to the barnyard, enjoy the beautiful StoryWalk™.

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, June 30, 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 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: Living On a Bad Name (Bon Jovi Tribute Band). Check out our webpage!

Hingham - Sunset Paddle Fri, June 30, 6p. End your day with a Sunset Paddle in Hingham Harbor under exquisite sunset painted skies!
Kingston - Farmers Market Sun, July 2, 10a–2p. Everything you need for your 4th of July BBQ! Farmers market featuring local food, farmers, growers, and makers.

Mansfield - Basics of Pistol Shooting - LTC Class Sat, July 1, 8a–6p. Instructor: James Bowman.

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 - Smiles on a Summers' Eve Fri, June 30, July 1 , 2 , 7 , 8, July 9 (5pm), 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 short plays.

Middleboro - AstroYoga! Astrology, Journaling and Meditation Sat, July 1, 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.

Middleboro - Public Ghost Tour at Oliver Estate Sat, July 1, 7–10p. This is a 3hr event. You will learn about the history as we tour the house, equipment used to detect energies, and review some of the documented occurrences from our case file. After the tour you will be able to roam freely and discover what a gem the estate truly is.

Middleboro - A Taste of What's to Come Fri, June 30, 3:30–9p. Come on by and join us for our first outdoor beer garden at the new brewery location and home of The Local Eatery! A chance to take a sneak peek at the progress with the brewery construction while enjoying a pint outdoors with great options of food from The Local Eatery and The Local Motion food truck!

Milton - KIDLEIDOSCOPE Fri, June 30, 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.

New Bedford - Women's Canoe Trip Sun, July 2, 6p. Ladies night out! Enjoy canoeing the historic Slocum River. There is a short hike through our forest to the launch site and all equipment is provided. Wear clothing and footwear you don’t mind getting wet and pack a non-alcoholic beverage and snack. Meeting Place: Lloyd Center Bond Building classroom
Leader: Liz Moniz, Lloyd Center Education/ Outreach Director.

New Bedford - Cape Verdean Parade Celebration Sat, July 1, 10a–5p. Parade starts at 11a at Buttonwood Park ending at Cape Verdean Veteran's Hall.

Norton - Bulls and Barrels Sat, July 1, 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.
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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 - Prophetic Art Group Fri, June 30, 7p. Once a month prophetic art group. All ages and skill levels welcome! We will be going over prophetic art concepts and practices, giving the majority of the group the chance to partner with God while they create, with a short time of prayer at the end. This group is designed to encourage believers in Jesus Christ, but all are welcome to come and participate. Guests are welcome to bring their own preferred supplies, and their own snacks/beverages.

Plymouth - We Are Stars and Summer Skies Fri, June 30, 10a. Get out and enjoy a morning at the Blake Planetarium! You will learn what we are made of and where the stuff that makes us came from. In We Are Stars, guests explore the secrets of our cosmic chemistry and our explosive origins. Connections are made to life on Earth with the evolution of the Universe by following the formation of Hydrogen atoms to the synthesis of Carbon and the molecules of life. (Excerpt by Fulldome Database) Following this presentation of We Are Stars, Steve Davies, our very knowledgeable Program Provider, will host a live unscripted segment focused on the current night skies, which will include information about the heart of the summer scorpion. Also, a map of the summer skies will be shared with guests to take home.

Plymouth - Art on the Green Sat, July 1, 11a–4p. The 2022 was our biggest and best Art on the Green Season. 2023 our 4th year of bringing great art to downtown Plymouth looks to be even bigger. This year we are partnering with the Spire Center for Performing Arts to make it even better. Free and open to the public, the Plymouth Art on the Green Art Fair will showcase the work of local artists in a variety of mediums, including ceramics, painting, sculpture and more. In addition to the incredible artwork available for purchase, attendees will be able to interact with artists through demonstrations and booth chats

Quincy - Homeless Veterans Para-Charity at the USS Salem Sat, July 1, 3p–12a. 100% of proceeds go to end homelessness amongst our nations veterans! Join several of your favorite paranormal teams and a few very special guests aboard the USS Salem as we raise money to end homelessness among veterans across the US. Every ticket dollar goes to support the charity US VETS which is a national charity dedicated ending homelessness among our veterans.
Quincy - Patriotic Celebration Sun, July 2, 4p. Join us for a All-American Patriotic Celebration including a good old-fashioned cookout, lawn games and a performance by the Northeast Ceremonial Navy Band, plus surprise dancers and musical guests!

Randolph - Free Lunch with Project Bread Fri, June 30, 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, June 30–July 2, 7a - 3:15p, 275 New State Highway.

Rockland - Farmers Market Sat, July 1, 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!

Stoughton - Blood Drive Sat, June 30, 11a - 4p, Old Colony Y, 445 Central St.

Taunton - Architecture Walking Tour Sat, July 1, 11a. A free guided tour highlighting some of the architectural gems of our city and stories of Tauntonians from the past. This 90-minute guided tour follows an approximately 1-mile route around Church Green and Taunton's Historic District to highlight some of the architectural gems of our city and stories of the Tauntonians who called them home. Scheduled rain or shine. Meet us on the Museum’s front steps.

Taunton - Adult Gaming Night Out Fri, June 30, 8p–1a. Ladies free all night. Music by Dj Scott & Dj 360. Entry $10.

Taunton - Fair Foods Fri, June 30, 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.

Wareham - Full Moon Sound Bath Sat, July 1, 7p. Relax as you listen to the beautiful vibrations of this sound bath using the energy of the full moon to assist you in releasing anything that no longer serves you.

West Bridgewater - Joey Voices Fri, June 30, 1p, West Bridgewater COA. Joey, comedic impersonator, is back at the COA by popular demand!

West Bridgewater - Disney Trivia Night Fri, June 30, 7p. Been looking for a family friendly Friday night event? Or are you what one would call a Disney adult? This event is for you! There will be 3 rounds of increasing difficulty (so both kids and adults will enjoy) about Disney films young and old, and a prize for our winning team! $5 upon arrival per team. Themed drinks & treats for purchase.

Weymouth - Weymouth Farmers Market Sun, July 2, 10a–1p, Weymouth High School.
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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, so everyone can enjoy the outdoor space at this event.

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. Mosquitoes are a re-emerging threat to human health. The diseases they carry can have life-changing consequences. Many people know something about mosquitoes. But, 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. With the right knowledge and tools, mosquitoes-borne diseases are preventable.

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!

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!

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