Abington - Rotary Meat Raffle Sun, March 27, 2p. Our largest fundraiser of the year- all proceeds go right back into the community! Join us for a fun event- and take home great winnings from Previttis Meat!

Abington - LCR Tournament Fri, March 25, 7 - 10p, Abington Knights of Columbus. Come join us for a fun night out. Grab your friends and play the fun dice game LCR - no experience required. Win cash prizes, raffles, and cash bar. Bring your snacks for your table. Individual tickets or tables of 10 are available.

Attleboro - Flower Show: Animal Habitats – Spring Gardens Gone Wild Now through Sunday, March 27. The Flower Show, suspended for the past two years, returns to the Attleboro Arts Museum for its 24th celebration of spring. Although health and safety measures will reshape or pause some of our customary attractions, the 2022 Flower Show will bloom and delight! LIMITED CAPACITY: TIMED ENTRY TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED ONLINE IN ADVANCE TO GUARANTEE ENTRY!

Bridgewater - Bold Bunny Adult Class Sat, March 26, 7 - 9p. A fun easy class to enjoy with friends. Adult Painting on Ceramics. We provide step-by-step instruction. You learn new techniques while having fun with friends. Join us for a great creative experience. The price of the pottery will be due the beginning of the class. You can choose which pottery piece will you would like from selected sizes and shapes we have in the studio. Adult Drinks are allowed. BYOB, bring food, or have it delivered.

Bridgewater - Bridgewater-Raynham Educational Foundation's Inaugural Fundraiser Sat, March 26, 7 - 11p, Olde Scotland Links. The Bridgewater Raynham Educational Foundation is committed to raising money to supplement the public school education of students by supporting teachers and school officials with grants. This year, the organization will be hosting its fundraising event entitled "The Simply Sinatra Evening" where Michael Dutra, a Frank Sinatra impersonator will perform. To show your support and find out more info about tickets, pricing, tables, etc., please visit the Bridgewater Raynham Educational Foundation Corporation FB page.

Bridgewater - Spring Fling Paint Night Fri, March 25, 6:30p. Join us for our Second Sign Workshop at The Bridgewater Citizens Club in Bridgewater. SPACE IS LIMITED! ONLY 45 SPOTS AVAILABLE. Please choose the sign you would like to design. Your fee includes a custom stencil, wood blank, paint brushes, paints and all supplies needed for an amazing craft night! 
There will be no food served at this event but please feel free to bring some snacks, as there will be some time for mingling and chatting with friends new and old. There will be a cash bar for all beverages. Please be aware this event does take almost 3 hours.
Bridgewater - Learn to Play Chess Sat, March 26, 10a. Are you or your child interested in learning to play chess? The Bridgewater Chess Club is holding a free live class to teach you. We'll show you how the game is played, and some tips and strategies to get you started.

Bridgewater - American Woodcocks at Great River Preserve Sat, March 26, 6p. Learn and watch the American Woodcock perform amazing aerial courtship displays with South Shore Bird Club (SSBC). Meet at the Great River Preserve trailhead (1199 Auburn St). We begin with a brief trailside program, then walk to watch the male woodcocks perform their amazing aerial courtship displays. The walking portion will be 2-3 miles, and we hope to see other early spring birds. Please wear sturdy shoes for walking on variable and wet terrain. All participants are encouraged to carry extra layers, water, and snacks. If you have binoculars, scopes, or a camera, bring them along! Participants must be 15+.

Bridgewater - "Peace in Ukraine" Rally Sun, March 27, 1p, Central Square. The Bridgewater Communities for Civil Rights (BCCR) is organizing a peace rally that is sponsored by the First Parish UU Church in Bridgewater. Show your support for the families and people in Ukraine by stopping by.

Brockton - Cultural Affairs & Tourism - Expo Twenty 22 Sat, March 26, 10a - 3p. Free. This is an opportunity for small businesses, non-profit organizations, community groups, neighborhood associations etc. to have a display table for informational purposes, recruitment of new members, displaying samples, selling their product and so forth. The event is free to vendors and open to the general public with free admission & parking. To reserve space for your group, call 774-297-4939 or email.
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Brockton - Bowl for Kids' Sake Sun, March 27, 1 - 3p. Bowl For Kids’ Sake is Big Brothers Big Sisters’ signature fundraiser. Each year half a million people across the country come together to raise money for their local Big Brothers Big Sisters. This year, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Massachusetts is hosting a Luau on the Lanes. Grab your lei and come dressed ready to strike down our waitlist. Sign up with your Big or Little, family, friends, or company, and raise money for a great cause!

Brockton - Bach Birthday Bash Organ Concert Sun, March 27, 3 - 5p. Richard Spicer will present a program featuring music of the young J.S. Bach on the Austin pipe organ at Christ Congregational Church for the “Bach Birthday Bash” sponsored by Arts & Music at Christ Church. Supported by the Brockton and Easton Councils on Aging. The building is handicapped accessible with ample free parking in the rear lot. Light refreshments following. For further information, email or call the church office at 508-586-3022.
Brockton - Old Colony Breakfast Sat, March 26, 10a. Our January Breakfast was rescheduled to March 26th! We guarantee great food, a great program and even greater fellowship. Join Us. Register on website or email our treasurer.

Canton - Antique Appraisal Day Sun, March 27, 1 - 3p. Bring your most treasured antiques in for an afternoon of fun and learning. You can have up to two items appraised and all proceeds help support the Canton Historical Society. $10 for first item and two for $15.

Canton - Access to Nature Healing Walk Sun, March 27, 4p. Join us this Sunday as we begin to set our intentions and reconnect with Nature in all its beauty!

Cohasset - Dumpling Making Class Sat, March 26, 10:30a - 12:30p. Taught by native from Beijing China, participants will learn about traditional Chinese food culture & cooking techniques. . Contact bostonbonbon@gmail.com.
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East Bridgewater - Family Movie Night Sat, March 26, 10a - 1p. Community Autism Resources presents Family Movie: Sing 2 where Buster Moon and his friends must persuade reclusive rock star Clay Calloway to join them for the opening of a new show.”

East Bridgewater - Empowering Our Women Heroes – Breakfast for Women Veterans Sat, March 26, 9 - 11a. Empowering our Women Heroes - Join our Open House Weekend and Breakfast for Women Veterans. We will be hosting a free breakfast to honor our Women Veterans. Please register for the event and it's also a Family Open House Weekend for all Women Veterans families.

East Bridgewater - All Shook Up Sat, March 26, 5p, EB High School. Inspired by Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, All Shook Up follows a small Midwestern town that is thrown into a frenzy with the arrival of Chad, a good-looking, motorcycle-riding roustabout, who rides from town to town with a guitar on his back, blue suede shoes on his feet, and a song in his heart. Come on out for a great night filled with Elvis music!

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East Bridgewater - Morgan Fund-raiser Sat, March 26, 7p. FOP is a ultra rare genetic disorder that causes bone to form in muscles, tendons, ligaments and connective tissue, restricting movement. There is no known cure/treatment. There will be a buffet, drawings and a DJ. Tickets are $20 at the door. This will be our only fundraiser this year.

East Bridgewater - Paint & Pony Club Fridays through April 8, 4:30p. 4 Week Drop-Off Program for Ages 7-12. Children will engage in a weekly paint/craft lesson led by Ms. Kelly. They will ride horses and meet the animals!
Easton - Children's Museum in Easton Tues - Fri, 9:30a - 4p and Sat & Sun, 12:30 - 4p. CME requires ALL visitors, 5 years of age and older, to wear a face mask while playing inside. With your cooperation, we will continue to make CME a fun and safe place to play and learn!

Easton - Explore Nature: Stonewall Secrets Sun, March 27, 1 - 2p. Meet at the Visitor Center. How did all these stonewalls get into the woods? Who made them and why? Learn about the history of the stonewalls that crisscross Borderland State Park as well as the animals who use them today. For children and curious adults. Inclement weather cancels.

Easton - Bleep/Blorp Festival of Synthesizer Music Sat, March 26, 4 - 9p. Bleep Blorp 2022 is a festival of synthesizer music that will be held at Stonehill College. This year’s guest artist is Stephanie Vasko. The keynote and live performances will be featured in the Martin Institute Auditorium. The festival will also feature a video gallery in the Carole Calo in Cushing Martin. Admission is free for performers, selected artists, as well as faculty, staff, and students of Stonehill College. Admission for others will be $5. Attendees will be required to follow Stonehill College’s Visitor and Guest Protocols.

Easton - TCS Shoveltown 5K Sun, March 27, 9a, Richard Olmsted School. Our traditional post-race party starts at 11:30a at Shovel Town Brewery with live music by the legendary Dave Spagone. Optional Bib pick up at Marathon Sports in Mansfield, Sat, March 26, 11a - 2p. Top three male & female in each age division will be awarded our traditional “TCS Shoveltown Medal!” 

Halifax - Friday Chowder Luncheons Fridays through April 8, 11:30a - 1p, 503 Plymouth St. The luncheons will consist of your choice of clam or corn chowders, soup crackers, bread and butter, homemade dessert & a beverage. The cost per person is $8. For those who prefer to have chowder only, the cost is $5. Take-out is also available. Please come & join us for a wonderful luncheon and fellowship! All are welcome!
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Hanson - 80's Prom Party Sat, March 26, 7 - 11:55p. Join us for an adults only (21+) party at the Hanson Athletic Association. Party. Not interested in dressing up? Just come have FUN! Invite your friends, meet some parents, check out what our adult events entail! 80’s music by DJ Pickle, raffles, silent auction, cash bar.

Hingham - Mindfulness Walk at Worlds End Fri, March 25, 12:30p. We live in stressful times! Join us for a lunch break walk at World’s End. We will breathe, check in with ourselves, and just be outside. Using our senses, we will immerse ourselves in the winter beauty of this special place. Follow a guided meditation to reconnect to yourself and reflect on what matters most.
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Hingham - Women's Hike and Sip at Weir River Farm Sun, March 27, 1 - 2:30p. Welcome Women to our first Women’s Hike of the year! Starting at Weir River Farm, join Trustee’s staff for an easy hike along the Orange Loop, which cuts through Weir River Farm and parts of Whitney and Thayer Woods. Enjoy the early-spring air while strolling through Weir River Farm’s beautiful English woodlands and connect with other women who enjoy nature. The hike will end at the Studio where we’ll enjoy refreshments on the porch. The hike will take approximately 45 minutes. This hike is part of a series of women’s hikes and walks taking place at Trustee’s 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.

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Hull - Sea & Sky Art Show Opening Reception Sat, March 26, 5 - 8p. A feast for the eyes, our 25th annual regional art show, juried by renown en plein air artist, Sergio Rosso, features more than 70 works of art chosen from almost 120 entries by dozens of talented artists from the South Shore and beyond, celebrating the beauty of our coastal environment. This annual show is a marvelous opportunity for patrons to purchase original artwork; paintings, photography, sculpture, and mixed media while supporting both our local art community and the Hull Lifesaving Museum. Close to half of exhibited pieces sold in last year's exhibit so be sure to come early to claim a new acquisition for your collection.

Kingston - Flow for a Cause Charity Slow Flow Sat, March 26, 12 - 1p. Join Pam for a fun Slow Flow to benefit The Great Blizzards of Massachusetts Special Hockey! This is our first charity class, all proceeds will go directly to The Great Blizz! We will be presenting a check at their upcoming fundraiser at The Bog on 4/3 with the Boston Bruins Alumni organization. 

Mansfield - Refuse To Be A Victim Sun, March 27, 12:30 - 4:30p. One of the most important steps toward ensuring your own safety is having a personal safety strategy in place before you need it. NRA’s Refuse To Be A Victim® program teaches the tips and techniques you need to be alerted to dangerous situations and to avoid criminal confrontation.

Middleborough - Mayflower Lodge Pro Night Investigation Sat, March 26, 6p - 12a. Who roams there? Find out for yourself. Be a part of a professional paranormal investigation of this masonic lodge. What secrets will be shared by those on the other side? Children 10 years of age and up allowed with a guardian.

Middleborough - Equine Sports Therapy Clinic Sat, March 26, 9a - 12p. Spring has sprung and it is time to get your horses going! Wondering how you can help your horse on their fitness journey? Have a question, but it isn’t necessarily worthy of a farm call from your vet? Just want to make sure your horse is on the right path to having a long, happy, healthy fitness journey? Lets talk!
Middleborough - MHS Blood Drive (Open to Public) Sat, March 26, 9a - 2:30p. Please visit the event to create an appointment time. Space is limited!

North Attleboro - Be Your Own Tailor Classes Sat, March 26, 10:30a - 12:30p. If you are interested in learning how to do basic repairs and alterations to clothing then this is the class for you!

Norwell - Something Rotten Now through April 3. See event for dates and times. Nothing’s as Amazing as a MUSICAL! Brothers Nick and Nigel Bottom, desperate to write a hit play, are stuck in the shadow of that Renaissance Rockstar, The Bard. When a local soothsayer foretells singing, dancing and acting are theatre’s future, they set out to write the world’s very first MUSICAL! With its heart on its ruffled sleeve and sequins in its soul, Something Rotten! is an uproarious dose of pure Broadway fun!

Plymouth - Museum Clean Up Day Sat, March 26, 9a - 3p. Join Museum Staff as we tackle everything from raking to painting to exhibit set-up and much more. We are pleased to offer a complimentary pass for a future Museum visit as our thanks for your hard work. Bring a friend or the whole family to this popular Plimoth Patuxet tradition!

Plymouth - Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra Presents Beethoven @ 250+ Sat, March 26, 7:30p. Happy Birthday, Beethoven! Fast forward 250+ years, and his music still connects us to ourselves and each other. Ode to Joy celebrates the shared triumph over adversity and unwavering resiliency of the human spirit! Special guest, associate concertmaster for the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Alexander Velinzon joins us for Beethoven’s Violin Concerto, a gorgeous piece pairing soloist with orchestra for a double dose of beauty. And then fate comes knocking with those four famous notes: da, da, da, da! Beethoven’s popular, Symphony No. 5, completes this special program honoring one of the most innovative and influential composers of all time. Despite personal challenges, he believed in the goodness of humankind, an ideal that resounds with every generation and lives on through his music.
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Randolph - Teen Film Club Saturdays through May 28, 11a. Looking for an opportunity to stretch those creative muscles? Be a part of the Turner Teen Film Club! Every Saturday we meet to work on our mini-series Tempus, a sci-fi adventure series about a rebel group trying to gain control over time travel! Any teen wishing to join Turner Teen Film Club should email Miss M for details.

Raynham - Blood Drive Fri - Sun, March 25 - 27, 7a - 3:15p. 275 New State Hwy. Please help!
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with Ride 22 Sat, March 26th, 8p, American Legion Post 405. Ride 22 is a nonprofit organization that works to raise community awareness of veteran and first responder suicide. With donations from the community, Ride 22 supports other local groups that support these individuals. Have some laughs with top local comedians at this upcoming event.
Rockland - Little League Meat Raffle Sat, March 26, 2 - 5p. Join us for an afternoon out with your chance to win some great raffles, all while supporting Rockland Little League.

Sharon - We Stand With Ukraine Fundraiser Sat, March 26, 5p. Sharon Music Academy always believes that music has a special place in human hearts in times of tragedy. And not only does music raises the spirits, but it also has the power to encourage us to do good and love. That’s why, over the years, Sharon Music Academy held many fundraising concerts & events. We supported the children of Chernobyl in the nineties & terminally ill kids during the pandemic in 2021. Today we dedicate our concert & fundraising event to the people of Ukraine. It has never been as urgent and as personal as today. Three of our teachers and one student have close family members under bombs in Ukraine. You will have a chance to meet and talk to them.

Stoughton - Hansen PTO Carnival Sat, March 26, 10a - 2p. Come one, come all to our annual Hansen PTO carnival. Admission is free. Bring your whole family to enjoy carnival games, win prizes and try your luck on our raffle items. Food and hawk gear available for purchase.

Taunton - FREE! The District Sunday Concert Series Sun, March 27, 3 - 8p. Free! Join Roundhouse for a Sunday full of music and dancing only at the District!

Whitman - Dollars for Scholars Seventh Annual “Bowling for Dollars for Scholars” Sat & Sun, March 26 - 27, 12 Noon - 5p, Hanson Bowladrome (adjacent to the Hanson AA) at 171 Reed St in Hanson. For every string bowled during the event a donation will be made to benefit Whitman & Hanson Dollars for Scholars. The cost to bowl will be $10 per string with no charge for shoe rental. Door prizes and complementary food will be available throughout the two day event. All funds raised during the event will benefit the Class of 2022 in the form of scholarships. For more information, please contact Mike Ganshirt at 781-252-9683.
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King Philip's War, The History of America's Forgotten Conflict Fri, March 25, 12p. Join New York Times bestselling-author Michael Tougias for a virtual talk about the war between the Colonists and Native Americans in 1675-76, one of the bloodiest conflicts in American history. The talk will present the Native Americans' way of life, Colonial settlements, events leading up to the war, battles, the strategy and the sites which can still be visited today. Tougias is the author and co-author of 29 non-fiction books including the The Finest Hours: The True Story of the Coast Guard’s Most Daring Rescue (now a Disney movie). Funded by the Duxbury Cultural Council, the program will be broadcast through Zoom.

46th Annual Gardeners Gathering Sat & Sun, March 26 - 27, 10a. Kick off the growing season for our 65th annual FREE Gardeners' Gathering. Join us online for: Garden workshops and storytelling, Special guest speakers from the Eastern Woodlands Rematriation Collective on indigenous food sovereignty, Mayor Wu presenting the Annual Community Garden Awards. More info and free registration at www.thetrustees.org/gathering.

Parenting Teenagers Support Group Fridays through May 27, 12 - 1p. This parenting group is for parents of children between the ages of 13-18 who are struggling with challenges that this age group brings to parenting. Connect with other parents that share your frustrations and get the support and feedback you need to help yourself and your children manage this challenging time in both of your lives.
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Brockton - BROCKTON GARDEN CLUB PRESENTS CACTUS POTTING WORKSHOP Mon, March 28, 7p. The Brockton Garden Club is hosting A Cactus and Succulent Workshop with instructors Laurence Magner and Carolyn Iacoviello. everyone is welcome to Our Lady of Lourdes, 439 West St with parking in the rear. A nominal fee for supplies is payable that evening. For more information on this program and the ninety-three year old Brockton Garden Club contact Peg at 508-942-7535 or pegkearney111@gmail.com.

Halifax - Halifax Beautification Committee Spring Fair Sat, Apr 2, 10a - 2p, Halifax Town Hall. The Halifax Beautification Committee is a local organization that is dedicated to raising money to improve the town's landscapes & public spaces. In April, the Committee will be hosting its Spring Fair to raise funds for their cause. They are looking for vendors and local artists to participate in the event. If you are interested in reserving a booth to sell items, please fill out this form that will be open until March 25: fair registration form.

West Bridgewater - WB Lions, Leos & Little Leos Clubs' WB Bicentennial Walk for Diabetes! Sat, April 2, 10a, West Bridgewater Library. 5k Road Side Walk or School Track with Food, Raffle, DJ, Bounce Houses...$10, Register for the 5k walk or just donate by check: WB Lions Club, 29 Ellis Avenue, WB, 02379 Or by venmo VENMO@JerryDLawrence; MEMO: Diabetes Walk.
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East Bridgewater - Viking Sports Parents 3.5 Mile Walk/Run & Kids Races Sun, April 3, 8:15a, East Bridgewater High School. The 19th Annual 3.5 mile Walk/Run and Kids Races will be held in person after the past few years of virtual races! You can run for time, run for fun, or walk with friends to support Viking Sports Parents. Proceeds from this event will be distributed to qualified graduating senior athletes in the form of scholarships.

Bridgewater - Rummage Sale Sat, April 9, 9a - 2p, Central Square Congregational Church, 71 Central Square. The Bridgewater Women's Guild & Fellowship will be holding their spring Rummage Sale. Items for sale will include: spring/summer clothing, household items, jewelry, paperback books, toys, games, shoes & handbags, linens & home décor. There will be a variety of "Home Made Soups to Go" for sale as well as hot dogs and a baked goods table including cookies, cakes & pies. Bag Sale will start at 1p.