Attleboro - Spring Savers Drive Saturdays through June 18. We are collecting your gently used clothing, shoes, accessories & linens. The Greater Attleboro Area Council for Children will receive cash from Savers for every pound donated. Contactless drop off available.

Attleboro - 13 Past Midnight Fri - Sun through May 22. Will YOU figure out whodunnit? Join us as Attleboro Community Theatre presents the hilarious murder mystery 13 PAST MIDNIGHT. You will NOT want to miss this one!

Braintree - Meat Raffle for the Moon Sun, May 15, 2 - 5p. Meat raffle, live and silent auctions to benefit the Magical Moon Farm & Foundation.

Bridgewater - Full Moon Mystical Gong Vibrations Sun, May 15, 6p. An opportunity to invite relaxation into your mind & body as the sounds of Gong instill a deep state of relaxation while providing a measurable sense of wellness, complimenting modern medical therapies & so much more. Experience a short guided relaxation & breath practice (pranayama) before Gong with a kundalini yoga meditation to follow.

Bridgewater - Old School Night Sat, May 14, 8p @ The Polish Club. Come Dance the Night Away!

Bridgewater - Intro to Acting Workshop Sun, May 15, 1 - 4p. In this two-part workshop which will take place, Sundays, May 15th and 22nd, students explore basic acting techniques through relaxation, voice and movement exercises, improvisation, sensory work, partnering exercises designed to encourage in-the-moment, instinctive reactivity, trust, active listening, personalization of one of several monologue choices provided by the instructor, and character work that will be applied to a monologue. No prior acting experience is necessary in order to attend this workshop. The only requirement is that you come with an open mind and an open heart!
Brockton - Fuller Craft Museum Spring Reception Sat, May 14, 3p. Stroll the current exhibitions, join in on casual Artist Talks in the galleries, and experience contemporary craft with us. Featured exhibitions include: Amy Genser: Shifting, 2022 Craft Biennial, Interpreting Change: Weavers' Guild of Boston - 1922-2022. RSVP required.

Brockton - Meat Raffle for a New Stove Sat, May 14, 1p. Meat Raffles, 50/50 Raffle proceeds to go to purchasing a new stove for the function hall.

Brockton - Poetry Workshop at Brockton Arts Sun, May 15, 4p. Kaleidoscopic colors surround us in May. The songbirds have come back and our gardens are blooming. Warmth finally lingers. Perhaps all the gloom of Winter has disappeared and we have expectations of new adventures. The excitement we feel might be expressed in a new poem, and we can help you express your feelings more effectively. We welcome our friends, followers, and newcomers back to the workshop. Please note that the safety of our participants is our primary concern; as the venue reopens, we adapt to any advised precautions. The event is usually held in the gallery but check for signage or the security desk if you have trouble finding us.

Brockton - No More Body Bags Sat, May 14, 4p @ East Middle School. Synopsis: Jasmine Carter, a astute high school student is devastated when he first love Ian ends their relationship. Having a difficult time with the break up, Jasmine drops out of school and does the unthinkable. Her heinous act led to an innocent life being taken and one hanging in the balance. what will be become of this broken soul?? Come out and see.
Canton - Annual Women's Auxiliary Afternoon Tea & Fashion Show Sun, May 15, 2p. Join the Irish Cultural Centre's ladies auxiliary for their annual afternoon tea and fashion show in the ICC Tent! A fun event with fashion for the whole family! Afternoon Tea, Cocktails, Fun Fashion & the perfect setting of the ICC Tent!

Canton - Heritage Festival Sat, May 14, 10a - 3p. Canton’s Paul Revere Heritage Site (PRHS), a one-of-a-kind destination for discovery, education, and innovation in Canton, Massachusetts, is excited to host Heritage Festival 2022 at its nine-acre park and historic properties. The Heritage Festival, an inaugural event being held rain or shine, will bring together families, historians, local entrepreneurs, musicians, performers, and residents of all ages as it celebrates the region’s past and living present through locally-sourced performances, a farmer’s market, and other family activities.

East Bridgewater - Pony Town Play Dates Sundays through Oct 30th, 10a - 1p. Casual visit to the farm including unlimited pony rides. Meet and greet with the goats, alpacas, our cow Mabel, chickens & bunnies! Reservations recommended, but walk-ins welcome. Walk-ins, please stop in our store to pay for admission. *Pony Rides offered during the first hour and the final 45 min. In between, our staff member will be walking around other animals for the children to interact with* These events are subject to cancellation, please check our social media pages for updates.

East Bridgewater - Stronger, Smarter, Bolder: A Women's Workshop Fri, May 13, 10a - 3:30p. Bringing our mission to the women in our community with workshop selections from yoga to self advocating and charcuterie making!

East Bridgewater - Essentials & Fundamentals of Crystals Sun, May 15, 12p. With this class, Ryan and Jamie will cover the following questions and much more! Where do they come from? How are they formed? How do I know which one(s) is right for me? What do I do with them? We ask that you keep an open mind.
Easton - Children's Museum Easton Tues - Fri, 9:30a - 3p, Sat & Sun, 12:30 - 4p. Please plan for your visit accordingly as last entrance into the Museum is 45 minutes prior to closing time.
Tickets do not need to be purchased in advance. Please visit when it is convenient for you!

Easton - Easton Huggs ll 80's Concert Fundraiser Sat, May 14, 7p. Join us at Knights of Columbus, 375 Foundry St. Easton H.U.G.S. II is a family violence non-profit supporting families & schools for over 20 yrs.

Everywhere - Letter Carriers' Food Drive Sat, May 14. Put your nonperishable food in a bag by your mailbox. It will be delivered to a local food bank.

Fall River - Open Studios Fri & Sat, May 13 - 14. Luna Grace Studio will be open for the Fall River Open Studios event. Come check out new work, live painting and a special in studio sale event. Located at the Narrows Center of the Arts 2nd floor. Enjoy live music and multiple studio artists as we open our doors for the public. Narrows - Fri, May 13th, 4 - 8p. SOAM - Sat, May 14th, 10a - 2p. (Located at Chick Marchand Memorial Park in Somerset)

Fall River - Battleship Boogie Sat, May 14, 7p. Join us for a 1940's swing dance at Battleship Cove to help celebrate the 80th anniversary of BIG MAMIE's commissioning! This swing dance will be held inside the Capt. Thomas J. Hudner Jr. Memorial Building at Heritage State Park, overlooking USS Massachusetts. Dance lessons and performance 7 - 8p with Lindy Bomb Squad, and the Compaq Big Band taking the stage at 8p.
Tickets are $40 each, all proceeds used for the restoration of USS Massachusetts! Ticket includes hors d'oeuvres and a cash bar.

Halifax - Art Journaling Workshop Sat, May 14, 12 - 2p. Get your hands dirty and heart filled! Join us for 2 hours of pure creation, release, processing and FUN! No experience necessary, all materials provided. Come once, come every month! Space is limited.
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Hanover - Something Old - Something New Indoor Yard Sale Sat, May 14, 9a - 3p. The Friends of Hanover COA presents their first Annual Indoor Yard Sale.

Hanover - Indian Head River Day Sat, May 14, 9a - 3p. Join us to celebrate the newly completed IHRT loop! This all-day celebration will be based at Luddam's Ford park. Visit Luddam's Ford to learn more about the IHRT coalition, enjoy the sunshine, and visit with community members.
The IHRT coalition is coordinating free recreation programs that require pre-registration. Please select tickets for ALL your desired programs at check-out in order to guarantee a place. Some programs may require liability waivers to be signed in-person before the event. Programs meet at different locations, so please check the event schedule below for time, place, and gear needed for your program.

Hanover - Farmer's Market Sun, May 15, 11a -2p @ Hanover High School Outdoor farmers market with over 30 vendors to shop. Local produce, meat, chicken, eggs, baked goods, frozen desserts, natural body care products and much more. Plenty of free parking available. Please no dogs allowed in the market area (per Hanover BOH) with exception of service animals.

Hingham - Beekeeping Basics Workshop Sat, May 14, 1:30p. Come explore the fascinating world of beekeeping! From beehive structure, set-up, and care, to acquiring your first bees- during this fascinating workshop, learn all about the beekeeping basics! Become familiar with honeybee colony organization and learn what makes the Queen Bee the leader, who her subjects are, and what do they do. Taste different types of honey and learn how it’s made. Then, discover what other products come from honeybees and the many uses for beeswax and pollen. Find out why honeybees are so important to our food supply and learn how you can help native bees and insects through planting native flowers!

Hingham - Bird Walks at World's End Sat, May 14, 8 - 10a. Spring is in the air! Walk the trails of World’s End this special season, especially “Bird Alley” and “The Valley” searching for bird 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. We will leave the visitor’s kiosk and spend two hours looking and listening for resident and migrant birds. Please bring binoculars, dress in layers for the weather including appropriate footwear for potentially muddy conditions, and provide your own bug spray and water if needed.

Hingham - Mama Beasts Fitness at Weir River Farm Fridays through June 24, 9:30a. Join Mama Beasts at Weir River Farm! Mama Beasts is more than a stroller workout – it’s a community! Bring your Baby Beasts in their strollers and engage in a fierce, full-body workout that mixes cardio drills, strength training, and core work. Mama Beasts instructors are specialists in pregnancy and postpartum fitness, and strive to offer a safe and challenging class for all fitness levels.
Hingham - Open Barnyard at Weir River Farm Sat, May 14, 10a, 11a, 12p. 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” down to the barnyard, enjoy the beautiful StoryWalk™. In the barnyard, meet our ponies, llama, & 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. Then, consider exploring the woodland trails, and check out our farm store at the studio on top of the hill.

Lakeville - Community Yard Sale Sat, May 14, 9a - 3p. Make sure to stop by LUCC and visit the many vendors and sellers at our annual community yard sale. Don't miss the strawberry shortcake and whoopee pies at the Bake Sale table!

Mansfield - 28th Annual Plant Sale Sat, May 14, 9a - 12p. Please join us at our biggest fundraiser of the year. The funds from the sale will be used to help fund the Club, and allow the Club to beautify & maintain many town gardens, donate to charitable organizations, fund youth programs, and offer speakers and workshops to educate both our members and guests. We will have wide range of perennials, bulbs, vegetables, herbs, small trees and shrubs available for sale at low prices. Besides that we will have raffle, baked goods and activity for little ones. And don't forget about our popular yard sale corner! Event is held rain or shine.

Mansfield - Channeled Meditation with the Masters Fri, May 13, 7p. Let's meditate together with the Angels and the Ascended Masters. 
We'll gather together in person at the center for the return of Andrea's original Meditations series. She begins with a physical grounding and chakra alignment meditation. Then she'll lead you into meditation that will be entirely guided by Angels, Ascended Masters, and all higher dimensional beings who wish to assist you in that moment. 
Space is limited.

Middleboro - Pig Roast Sun, May 15, 10a. 2022 Reedy’s Archery Pig Roast $30 for the ticket and with it you get a shirt, meal and entry into raffles! Tickets available exclusively in the shop!

Norton - Bulls and Barrels Saturdays, now through October 8th, 5p. Tickets Sold at the Gate. Cash only. Food and drinks available for purchase. No outside food, coolers or alcohol. Seats are first come, first serve. There are bleachers and room for chairs and blankets. Mechanical bull will be running.

North Dighton - MEET THE AUTHORS' TEA Sun, May 15th, 1 - 3p, St. Nicholas of Myra Parish Center, 499 Spring St. The GFWC Woman's Club will be holding the annual tea fundraiser, introducing eight local authors. The eight authors are: Nancy Brown, Dighton; Nancy Carpino, Fall River; Rosemary Fletcher, North Dighton; Micheline Grossi Lombardi, Scituate, RI; Brian Michaud, Somerset; Janelle Oliveira, Taunton, Ed Pacheco, Dartmouth and Don Sampson, Dighton. Nonrefundable donation of $20 per person to benefit local scholarships and other charities. Contact Nancy at 774-218-1456.
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Norwell - Bark and Bloom Sat, May 14, 1 - 4p. Aroma Sparks will be at JB's Indoor Park for their annual Bark and Bloom event in the Barking Lot. Lot's of Vendors, Pop Up Brewery, Food Truck, DJ Melissa and Lot's of Dog Friendly fun.
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Pembroke - Hobomock Annual Lip Sync Fri, May 13, 6 - 8p. K-6th Lip Sync Performance.

Pembroke - Afternoon Tea with the Etiquette Expert of 1890 Sat, May 14, 2p. Ladies, raise your skirts (ankle-high only, please). Gentlemen, tip your hats - we are stepping into Victorian America!
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Plymouth - Imagine: 14th Annual Middleboro Gala Sat, May 14, 6p. Please join us for an elegant night that includes a cocktail hour, auction, fine dining, and dancing to support our friends and neighbors in need! Proceeds benefit our Developmental Disabilities Programs, Mentoring, and Camp Scholarship programs!

Plymouth - Touch A Truck Sun, May 15, 10a - 1p. Bring the kids to the Y for our annual fundraiser! Kids of all ages will enjoy climbing, exploring, & learning about many large and unique vehicles in a fun & safe environment. Bounce house, & many other activities are available! There will also be food for purchase! Join us rain or shine! Proceeds benefit the Y's annual campaign.

Plympton - Farm Day Sat, May 14, 10a - 3p. Come down to 406 Main St-Tractor Supply Store to shop your local artisans, craftsmen, & farmers and support local! Get everything from local goat milk soap, to jewelry, honey, & handmade signs. Check out this one stop shop with lots of one of a kind items. Follow the event for vendors that will be attending & farms that will bring their animals!
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Quincy - National Police Week Overpass Appreciation Sun, May 15, 2p. Come out and show some love and support for National Law Enforcement Appreciation Week.

Raynham - Broaden Your Business Lunch Fri, May 13, 12p @ The Jockey Club, 115 New State Highway. Business is about connections! Join us to network as we have lunch together!
Limited Menu; Cost includes meal, tax & tip. Beverages extra paid by attendee.

Raynham - Lions Day of Service Sat, May 14, 9a. Lions Day of Service. come help us pack 10,000 meals, make blankets for kids with Childhood Cancer, Eye Screening, Diabetes testing and Recycling Electronics.

Rockland - Intimate Gallery Reading with Tiffany Rice Fri, May 13, 6:30p. Enjoy a Night of Spirit Connections and History for a good cause! Join renowned Spirit Medium Tiffany Rice for a one of a kind night. This is her first time at Harstuff Hall and she wants you to be part of it.

Sharon - Critters on the Trail Fri - Sun, May 13 - 15, dawn to dusk. Lots of critters call Moose Hill Farm home, but it’s not always easy to spot them. Now we’ve made it easy and fun! Come to the farm to enjoy some fresh air and exercise while you look for wood cutouts of 7 critters found on the farm — a bat, snake, butterfly, owl, deer, fox, and frog. The critters are placed along a loop trail that starts and ends at the main parking lot. Follow the Old Farm Trail through pastures, meadows, and the young fern forest out to the Power Line Trail and back to the parking lot via the Old Summit Road Trail. Dogs on leash welcome.

Taunton - Musical Performance: Legacy Ukulele Ensemble Sat, May 14, 2:30p. Celebrate Asian American Pacific Island Heritage with a concert by the Legacy Ukulele Ensemble! A one-hour musical performance by the Legacy Ukulele Ensemble will be the super fun finale to the OCHM's May Hands on History week celebrating Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month!
Taunton - Silver City Line & Partner Dance Fri, May 13, 7 - 11p. Silver City Dancers will be at Holy Ghost Hall with another all request dance with the usual great mix of classic and new country and progressive line dances. Steve will be your DJ and hope you'll join us as he celebrates his 61st birthday. There's a full bar for your drinking pleasure, but feel free to bring your own snacks for your table. Admission is $15.00. No preregistration required.

Taunton - District Movie Night: The Song Remains the Same Fri, May 13, 7p. FREE The District Center is proud to partner with Panacea Wellness and Little Dog Delivery to present one of the greatest concert films of all time: Led Zeppelin's The Song Remains the Same. Catch this classic concert film on the District big screen along with Led Zeppelin trivia, giveaways and more FREE!

Taunton - Craft and Vendor Fair Sat, May 14, 10a - 4p.

Weymouth - Rotary Club Pancake Breakfast Sun, May 15, 8 - 11:30a. Our favorite annual event in honor of Tom 'Terrific' Tanner is quickly approaching! Join us for a social morning full of all you can eat breakfast! Tickets are $5 and can be purchased at the door.

Weymouth - Herring Run Info/Tour Sat, May 14, 12 - 4p. Stop by the Herring Run in Jackson Square during our Village Festival and learn about this historic site! Wardens George Loring & Phil Lofgren will be there each hour from 12-4 to talk about the Run and its history!

Whitman - Discover the Bay Circuit Trail with the Appalachian Mountain Club Sat, May 14, 11a.  Discover the Bay Circuit Trail and Greenway. Looking for a new outdoor adventure? Learn about Eastern Massachusetts’ close-to-home trail that traverses 230 miles from the Merrimack River in Newbury to the Kingston Bay in Duxbury. Presented by Mickey Tommins, the BCT Coordinator with the Appalachian Mountain Club.
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The Lions Auction for Eye Research Bidding sessions online: Week B: May 8 - May 14, ending at noon; Week C: May 15 - May 21, ending at noon. Please join in the bidding each week and help the Bridgewater Lions Club, the Bridgewater Academy Lions Club, and the Bridgewater Community Lions Club in our joint fundraising efforts on behalf of Mass. Lions Eye Research Fund, Inc (MLERFI). There will be a variety of items listed each week in a wide range of price values. Winning bidders will be notified of the pickup location in Bridgewater. As always, 100% of the total bid money collected for auction items will be sent to the Mass. Lions Eye Research Fund, Inc. following the payment and pickup of all items sold. If your business or organization has a gift certificate or item to donate, please email paulalehtola@comcast.netbevdillon497@gmail.com, or joyce.middleton@gmail.com to describe your donation and arrange for pickup. Donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law.

Intro to Hiking Clinic Sat, May 14, 10a. Do you want to learn how to hike safely? Learn basic skills with a group of other new hikers in this hybrid intro clinic. Join Wildlands Trust for a Zoom workshop and two group hikes. New hikers will gain skills to feel empowered hiking on their own, or signing up for other programs with more experienced hikers. All participants are recommended to join the Zoom workshop, and AT LEAST one of the in-person hikes. You are welcome to attend both hikes. Please sign up for all days you are able to attend.

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 - Spring Greek Food Festival Fri - Sun, May 20 - 22, 11a - 6p. Spring Greek Food Festival
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Brockton - D.W. Field Park Association Annual Meeting Sat, May 21, 12p. The Park Association's annual meeting where members will discuss the upcoming years projects, events, ARPA grant funding and hold elections for the Board of Directors, a Speaker from Mass Audubon will have a nature presentation. Come join the Park Association and enjoy the Beauty of D.W. Field's Park.

West Bridgewater - Cemetery Tour Sun, May 22nd, 2p, Rev. James Keith, first pastor of Bridgewater and his wife Susannah Edson Keith along with Samuel Edson, who erected the first mill here, are both buried in well-marked graves in the Old Graveyard in West Bridgewater. Come explore these and more of the early settlers. Old Graveyard, South St. Sponsored by the Old Bridgewater Historical Society.