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Attleboro - Picasso at the Lapin Agile Through Sun, March 6. Attleboro Community Theatre welcomes 2022 with its production of PICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILE, written by Steve Martin and directed by James Sulanowski. Comedian Steve Martin's absurd comedy of historical fiction, Picasso at the Lapin Agile, has Albert Einstein and Pablo Picasso meet in a bar in Paris in 1904, the year before Einsteins theory of relativity and Picassos transition into cubism.

Bridgewater - Cooperstown Cornhole Tournament Fri, March 4, 6p. 2022 Cooperstown Cornhole Fundraiser at Hitzone.

Brockton -  TRADITIONAL IRISH CONCERT BAND “MERROW” FREE PERFORMANCE  Sat, March 5, 1p. The Friends of Irish Research and the David Allen Lambert Library will host a free concert and tours at the North Baptist Church, 899 North Main St. The concert is in the auditorium.  There is plenty of parking in the side lot. This program is supported by the Mass Cultural Council and the Brockton Local Cultural Council.  For more info and to register email.     

Brockton - All-American Concert Brockton Symphony Orchestra Sun, March 6th, 3p,
Christ Congregational Church, 1350 Pleasant St. We are thrilled to have you join us for our first full orchestra concert since March 2020, conducted by Dr. Donald Running. This 1-hour concert of American favorites features pianist Robert Finley performing Gershwin, Adolphus Hailstork's Three Spirituals, symphonic works by Bernstein & Ives, and more!
East Bridgewater - DIY Mandala Workshop with Jennie Sun, March 6, 10a. Open to all girls age 8-12. This workshop will take place at our home base studio 484 Bedford St. Circle up with Jennie and the Soulful Girls as we explore the history and meaning behind Mandalas. We will talk color, design, and symbolism. We’ll use a variety of mediums to create our own unique Mandalas. Each participant will receive a Soulful Girls Sketchbook to keep!

East Bridgewater - Svaroopa® Yoga @ The She Shed Saturdays @ 9a. Start your weekend blissfully! Svaroopa® is a therapeutic style of yoga. Props, precision alignments and hands-on adjustments help dissolve deep tensions in your body. To register, visit our website, email Janice or call 508-331-3564.

East Bridgewater - Breakfast with Bluey! Sat, March 5, 10a. During this one hour event, our professional Bluey mascot will join the children at Pony Town for a breakfast play date! Have fun in our fully decorated party barn right next to our ponies, cow and goats! Event includes set up for each child with apple juice, muffin and yogurt!
This event is in our barn, and although we have patio heaters to keep you warm, please dress as though this is an outdoor event.

East Bridgewater - March Gathering Sat, Mar 5, 11:30a. Online Event. Guest speaker, Michael Brophy, will talk about the central event in the history of Irish genealogy, the destruction of the Public Records Office in Dublin on June 30, 1922, near the end of the Irish Civil War.
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 - ACTIVITIES & CONVERSATION BY THE FIRE Sun, March 6, 9a -12p, Meet at the Lodge. Stop by the stone lodge by Leach Pond with family and friends to enjoy a warm fire with the park staff. Try to identify different animal pelts, grab a coloring sheet and enjoy great conversa- tion. This is a drop-in program, stay for the duration or stay for a few minutes.

Easton - Beer & Cheese Pairing Sat, March 5, 1p. Shovel Town Brewery will be hosting a curated Beer and Cheese tasting with Frank Altieri (Co-Owner). Attendees will purchase a pre-selected flight designed to pair with the cheese samples that will be provided. Frank will lead you though the finer points of the Beer and Cheese that are being sampled and also give some background on the Brewery and other musings. 
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Hingham - Polly Thayer Starr: Nearer the Essence Exhibit Thurs - Sat, through March 26, 11a - 3p. Polly Thayer Starr was an artist who lived beyond tidy definitions. Classically trained and well-spoken, she bounded onto the 1930s art scene, gaining fame for her formal portraits of Boston’s elite. She invited viewers to look beyond the immediate to discover the pure magic in those uncertain realms outside of what we expect to see. This exhibition contains not only her paintings of nature and portraits, but also many studies and sketchbooks to reveal the artist’s search for beauty and truth. In addition to never-before exhibited archival materials, personal effects, such as a spectacularly carved desk from her studio, will be on display. – Christie Jackson, Guest Curator, Trustees of Reservations.

Hingham - Mindfulness Walk at Worlds End Fri, March 4, 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.
Pre-registration is required for this event. Parking is included with your registration. This program is rain or shine!

Hingham - Bird Walks at Worlds End Sat, March 5, 9a. Bundle up and walk the trails of World’s End this winter, especially “Bird Alley” and “The Valley” searching for winter 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.

Kingston - March Madness Vendor Fair Sat, March 5, 11a. Crafters, vendors & artisans gather together to display their wares in our venue. Come for shopping, sipping & snacking!!

Norwell - Puppy Playtime Sun, March 6, 11:15a. Puppy Playtime is for young puppies 10-20 weeks. You can use some basic agility equipment, chat with other owners and have fun. We will discuss dog body language and teach out pups how to call out of play.
Plymouth - The Sound and the Fury: Music and Mother Nature ~ A Concert for All Ages Sun, March 6, 3p. Pack your rain boots for an adventurous weather-related one-hour afternoon symphonic Phil concert that’s perfect for all, come rain or shine! WCVB-Channel 5 Meteorologist Mike Wankum forecasts a wild afternoon of short bursts of fun, a mix of calm and exuberance, and a downpour of music inspired by nature and weather. Special pricing makes this an ideal concert for anyone new to live orchestral music, or anyone who want to experience a delightful afternoon of upbeat entertainment.

Plymouth - First Fridays at Blake Fri, March 4, 7p. Spend First Fridays at the Blake Planetarium! The first Friday of every month will showcase a live planetarium program hosted by the very knowledgeable Steve Davies. Each month's program will focus on the current night sky (e.g., early winter, spring, mid-summer, fall). Program participants will learn how to find and identify visible planets, bright stars, and constellations. Also, participants will learn how to use a star map and take home their very own copies. TICKETS ARE SOLD ONLINE ONLY. NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE DOOR.

Quincy - Remember the Ladies Conversation & Tea Sat, March 5, 2p. Mayor Thomas P. Koch invites the community to “Remember the Ladies” Conversation & Tea, at The Adams Lecture Hall at Quincy High School. This free event is in honor of Women's History Month. The event is open to the public and will include live music, refreshments related to a High Tea experience & a presentation by historians sharing their knowledge and insights about First Ladies Abigail Adams, Louisa Catherine Adams as well as Eliza Susan Quincy & Dorothy Quincy. Other notable ladies from Quincy will also be featured including Quincy Natives actress Ruth Gordon, Lee Remick & professional baseball player Mary Pratt among others. The entire event is hosted by local media celebrity Joyce Kulhawik, President of the Boston Theatre Critics Association.

Quincy - Trivia Night Sat, March 5, 7p. Join Quincy Friends of Scouting at a night of fun & games as we host our Second Annual Trivia Night. Featuring raffles, a silent auction & a raffle for a weekend away at a beautiful NH condo.
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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 - NEVMC 2022 Totally 80's Spring Dance Sat, March 5, 6p, American Legion Post 405, 291 Mill St. $12.00 per person / 21+. POT LUCK! Bring your favorite dish to share. Desserts / coffee will be provided. Come join us for our Totally Rad Spring Dance! Dress up in your favorite 80's fashion and dance the night away to DJ CRAZY STACEY!

Raynham - Blood Drive Fri - Sun, March 4 - 6, 7a - 3:15p. 275 New State Hwy. Please help!
The blood supply is seriously low!

Scituate - Plant Swap Sat, March 5, 12 - 3p.
Bring as many cuttings as you like. For every cutting you bring you can take one home. At 2:00 we will be giving a demonstration on how to propagate your own plants at home.

Sharon - LETR Sharon Polar Plunge Sat, March 5, 9a. The Sharon Police and Fire are partnering with The Law Enforcement Torch Run is partnering to bring back its annual Polar Plunge! Set at Lake Massapoag, plungers can take turns running into the water to support Special Olympics. After the plunge, join us in the Sharon High School gymnasium for food, music, and fundraising and costume awards! Grab your brrravest, inclusion-celebrating friends and family, create a plunge team, and start fundraising!

Taunton - Silver City Line & Partner Dance Fri, March 4, 7p. Join us for 4 hours of non-stop line dancing at Holy Ghost Hall. Felicia will be your DJ for our first dance of 2022. Plenty of room at the hall, with attendance capped at 50 dancers. You can bring food for your table, and get your drinks from the full bar on site. Sign up in advance and let us know which dances you'd like to do.

Taunton - Benefit for Taunton Animal Shelter Sat, March 5, 11a. Second in our "Goin' to the Dogs" series of live, outdoor mini-concerts benefiting area animal rescues! Please join us on the front lawn of the Taunton Public Library and help support the dogs and cats at the Taunton Animal Shelter!
Taunton - Beer with Bronson Fri, March 4, 5:15p. Grab a pour and take a tour with Curator of Collections, Bronson Michaud. Hear about the untold stories from our collection and take a peek at objects on display just for you. Plus, you’ll receive a Beer with Bronson koozie to keep your beer (or root beer) cold and hands warm!

Taunton - Virtual Visits Fri, March 4, 2p. Virtually visit the Attleboro Area Industrial Museum! On the first Friday of each month, we share a video tour of one historic site or museum from around the Old Colony region and host a speaker from the site for a live Q&A with the audience on Zoom!

We Do Care will host their 2nd Annual Mardi Gras Masquerade Fundraising Gala at Avenir to support young widows, widowers and children who have lost a parent. The Gala will feature a cocktail hour starting at 6p, followed by dinner and dancing at 7p, music, cash bar, raffle prizes, and a silent auction. There are sponsorship opportunities for individuals & local businesses, as well as opportunities to purchase tables for 8 – please contact Sandy DaSilva for details.

Weymouth - Ninja Olympics Boston Marathon Fundraiser Sun, March 6, 1p. We all know someone who has been touched by cancer; the National Institute of Health estimates one in five children will lose a parent to cancer. That number is too high! The Ninja Olympics is an event at the gym where all the money raised goes directly towards cancer care and getting Jay to the Boston Marathon again!

Weymouth - Mad Hatters Poetry Reading Open Mic Sat, March 5, 6p. Join us for Mad Hatters Poetry Reading followed by an Open Mic and wine & cheese reception. Featuring Local poets: Michael Ball and David Donna.

Whitman - Miss Whitman Scholarship Competition Sat, March 5, 6p.

Sat, March 5th, Whitman American Legion,
Post 22, 33 Legion Pkwy, 7p. Join the American Legion Post 22 for a Left Right Center Tournament to benefit Boston Children's Hospital! Check out all the other raffles that will be available during this event by purchasing tickets at the bar. Contact John Cameron, SAL Commander at 781-844-6494 with any questions.

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Mona Lisa's Smile: Representation of Emotion in Italian Renaissance and Baroque Art Fri, March 4, 5p. Leonardo Da Vinci maintained that “A good painter has two main objects to paint – man and the intention of his soul.” What Leonardo means by the “intention of the soul” is what we would call “emotion”, and the entire history of art has been an attempt to communicate, evoke, provoke, sublimate, capture or simply to represent it. Join Dr. Rocky for this free webinar where he will explore how affective states were represented in the Renaissance and Baroque periods by examining some of the most iconic works produced by the great artists of the periods such as Giotto, Donatello, Leonardo Da Vinci, Michelangelo, Bernini, and Caravaggio.

Understanding our Past, Creating a Sustainable Future Sun, March 6, 2p. Dr. Kyle Whyte, enrolled member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation and George Willis Pack Professor at the School for Environment and Sustainability at the University of Michigan, addresses critical issues facing indigenous peoples and environmental justice. Dr. Whyte asks important questions: what ethical considerations exist for indigenous people working with science organizations? What is the anthropocene and why does it matter? Learn the answers to these questions and more, and pose some of your own during the moderated Q&A. This program is made possible through generous support from the Arlington Libraries Foundation. 

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 - CULTURAL AFFAIRS AND TOURISM MEETING Thurs, March 10, 6p. at Cultural Affairs and Tourism will hold their next meeting at North Baptist Church, 899 No Main St.  This is meeting allows everyone involved in activities in the city to spread the word, share information and learn more about services available to organizations and groups who wish to hold events in the city.  Please feel free to call Anne at 774-297-4939 or email at    

Brockton - LENTEN LUNCHEON “AFRICAN AMERICAN ASSOC OF BROCKTON” Fri, March 11, 11:30a. The Lenten Luncheon guest for week two is Jamie Hodges, president of the African American Association of Brockton and she will discuss their latest project of collecting prom gowns, shoes and accessories.  Join us for the home cook meal and lovely dessert served while you are entertained.  A donation is suggested but not required. For more information on this program and the two hundred year old church contact Anne at 774-297-4939 or

Whitman - Envision: A Vision Board Workshop Sun, March 13, 1:30p. In this two hour introductory workshop you will be given the tools to create and utilize a vision board in a proactive and goal oriented process. Together we will explore the language of the subconscious and how we can deliberately use vision boards to start creating the life of our dreams. Every class we talk about different manifestation principles and how we can use them to our best ability. We use the tools of meditation, journaling, vision boards and prioritizing to create real forward movement in areas we are languishing. We have the opportunity to refine and design our goals in a safe and nurturing space.

West Bridgewater - PEOPLE OF THE DAWN Thurs, March 24th, 7p, Memorial Building, 162 Howard St. Learn how the Wampanoag, also known as People of the Dawnland or People of the First Light, have lived for over 12,000 years, how their lives changed and culture endured after the arrival of Europeans, and how tribal communities still thrive on or near the fields, forests, and waters where their ancestors settled thousands of years ago. Presented by Tim Turner, Associate Director for Indigenous Education at Plimoth Patuxet Museums.

Raynham - Comedy Fundraiser Sat, March 26 doors open 7p, American Legion Post 405
291 Mill St. Ride 22 Presents A Night of Comedy to Benefit Heroes in Transition. For tickets, to donate or sponsor please go to For more info contact Paul, 774-259-4981.