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. Simply put your items in your trunk, drive up to the building at Door D, a volunteer will empty your trunk for you.

Attleboro - Garden Club Plant Sale Sat, May 7, 9a - 12p. Join the members of the Attleboro Garden Club for our annual Plant Sale. Available for purchase will be Perennials, Annuals, Shrubs, Crafts and Mother’s Day Gifts. All proceeds go towards civic beautification. The Attleboro Garden Club maintains the Anderson Rose Garden at Capron Park, the planter at Gilbert Perry Square and the gardens at the Attleboro Public Library. We hope to see you there, rain or shine!

Attleboro - Family Night Hike Sat, May 7, 7:30p. Join zoo staff at NICKERSON WALKING WOODS PRESERVE for a night hike. Learn about how amazing your eyes are, how animals count on the cover of darkness and even learn a bit about the stars! This FAMILY PROGRAM is FREE. Pre-registration is REQUIRED and SPACE IS LIMITED! Email to register! Dress for the weather and wear good walking shoes. No flashlights needed!

Braintree - EFT Mini Workshop Sat, May 7, 10 - 11a. Join experienced Yoga and Mindfulness instructor Jennifer Lynn to learn the simple practices of mindfulness, breathwork and Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) as a way to find peace and balance of mind and body. Limited to 20 people; registration required. Experience how to effectively acknowledge negative feelings and use these techniques as a tool to help focus on positive outcomes, including reduced stress, pain, anxiety and depression. 

Bridgewater - Free Comic Book Day Sat, May 7th, 9a - 3:30p, Bridgewater Public Library. Stop by to pick up your free comic. Selection varies from all ages (appropriate for children, teens and adults), teen (appropriate for teens and readers 13+) and mature (appropriate for mature audiences or 18+).
Bridgewater - Lions Club Youth Fishing Derby Sat, May 7, 7 - 10:30a, Skeeter Mill Pond, Water St. Come down to the Annual Bridgewater Lions Club Fishing Derby and bring the family! Youth Fishing Derby is a 50+ year community event and not limited to Bridgewater residents. Kids of all ages just show up and fish! Bring a rod if you can, but if not we will supply one and everything else you need. Including worms, donuts, hot dogs, drinks and prizes. All for free! Novice anglers welcome (14 and under). Night Crawlers will be supplied upon registration while they last. Prizes for all children. All you need is fishing gear! There is NO COST or fishing license required for this event. Contact Carl Hanson for more information or sponsorship for Derby.

Bridgewater - Cars & Cones at Prisco's Sat, May 7, 3p. Mustang Car Club of New England (MCCNE) kicks off the “Show Season” with MCCNE Cars & Cones at PRISCO’s. We will gather at PRISCO’s, 8 Romney Road (Rt 18). There is a parking area to the left of the Ice Cream Stand where the Mustangs will be parked. Come for all or part of the time. Get yourself an Ice Cream, or have Burger, Hot Dog or Sandwich for an early dinner.

Brockton - First Friday Artist Exhibit Join Brockton Community Access (BCA) as they host the artist of the month Cassandra Bruny on Friday, May 6, 2022 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at a reception in the lobby of One North Main Street. This free event is open to the public and parking is available in the lots behind the building and handicap accessibility is provided. This is very special since it is one of BCA’s own and she will do a hair demonstration.  For more information feel free to contact Cassie at 508-580-2228   

Brockton - Keep Brockton Beautiful Day Sat, May 7, 9a - 12p. Cookout to follow. Height’s Crossing, 27 Christy’s Place. Call the Recycle Depot at 508-580-7827 for more information.

Brockton - Summer Camp Kickoff from Brockton Community Schools. Sat, May 7, 11a - 3p. Parents will have language and technical support choosing and registering for programs. There will be food, games, prizes, music, resource tables, etc.
Canton - A Mother's Day Celebration Sun, May 8, 2:30p. Máiréad Nesbitt returns to the ICC this Mother's Day! Join us for an afternoon of spectacular music, song and Irish Culture!

Dartmouth - Spring Carnival Now through Sun, May 8, various times, Dartmouth Mall. Bring the whole family for carnival games, rides, and all the delicious carnival food you have been craving!

Duxbury - Mother's Day Flower Truck - Make Your Own Bouquet Sat, May 7, 8a - 12p. Come make a bouquet for Mom! The Petal Bar features mix & match stems to create your own custom flower arrangement. We will be with our friends Seabird Coffee on Depot St until we sell out. Cash or Venmo only at the truck.

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 Taunton - Penny Sale Sat, May 7, 5p, Holy Ghost Society.

Easton - Family & Community Resources Spring Gala Fri, May 6, 6 - 10p. Join us for our 2nd annual Kentucky Derby themed night of camaraderie and philanthropy and support for our mission. A CELEBRATION OF RESILIENCE! The past two years have shown us that our community of donors, volunteers and friends, are resilient. Survivors are resilient too! Thanks to your continued commitment to our mission, we have the means to provide a welcoming, inclusive, and safe environment for all survivors of trauma, including those impacted by domestic and sexual violence, substance abuse, bereavement, and other causes, who come to FCR for help.
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 - NRT's Spring Farm Festival Sat, May 7, 10a - 2p. Join us for a day of free games, family photo booth, tractor exploration station, bubble station, live music, storytelling, and more!
​Food and some craft items will be available for purchase if desired for a small fee. Families are also welcome to bring a picnic lunch and blanket to enjoy outdoors! Vendors may be on site with local crafts, etc. (those items are not included with admission fee). Please no dogs or other pets at the event. Service dogs are welcome. All admission fees directly benefit the operations of the NRT of Easton & Sheep Pasture!

Easton - RUN, WALK & WAG FOR KIDS Sat, May 7, 8a check in, Borderland State Park. All dogs must be leashed (no Flexi Leashes) and up-to-date on vaccinations. Your donation supports tutoring, mentoring and customized backpacks for Massachusetts children and youth impacted by homelessness. Thank You For Making Strides For Kids! School on Wheels, 100 Laurel St.

Hanover - Gluten-Free New England's South Shore Expo Sat, May 7, 9a - 5p. 100 brands, vegan & allergen-free options, free samples & food for purchase, family friendly, plenty of seating, free parking and more! Oversized, well-ventilated venue with timed admission.

Hanover - Spring Market at Rustic Marlin Sat, May 7, 10a - 4p, 389 Columbia Rd. Bring your family, friends & pets for a day of fun, photo ops, drinks, food, live music, giveaways & more! Shop local vendors' pop-ups as you sip on delicious drinks & enjoy all the spring vibes! 

Hanover - Tavern Night at the Stetson House Sat, May 7th, 4 - 7:30p. Yes, we know its Kentucky Derby Day, so we're planning a live broadcast and a special hat-making workshop.
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Sat, May 7, 5p, 503 Plymouth St, Rt 106. The dinner will be “50’s” themed with popular 50’s music to enjoy. Feel free to dress up in your favorite 50’s outfit if you would like. Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for children. The meal includes an appetizer, salad, a delicious meatloaf dinner, rolls & butter, dessert and a beverage.
In order to get a proper headcount, we please ask that you reserve your tickets no later than Wednesday, May 4. There will only be a very minimal amount of tickets available at the door. To reserve tickets, please call Susan Mahan at 781-293-0422. Take-out is also available. Following dinner, we will be hosting our Annual Cake Auction where a variety of delicious homemade cakes will be auctioned off to the highest bidders. The cake auction begins at 6p. Please feel free to bring your favorite cake to be auctioned off. If you are unable to attend the dinner or don’t like to bake, please join us anyway to cast your bid on a cake already made. Don’t miss out on a chance to take your favorite cake home!
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 7, 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.
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Kingston - Bridging Love from Heaven - Group Healing Event Fri, May 6, 6:30p. Join Spirit Medium and Healer, Jodi St.Onge for an Intimate night of Healing, Love and Messages. This is a small group event, limited to 10 people. Where participants will have an opportunity to enjoy a healing meditation, followed by readings from your loved ones, and messages from Angels.

Middleboro - Durang Durang Through May 8, 7p. Two one-act Christopher Durang comedies, For Whom the Southern Belle Tolls & The Actor's Nightmare, with an added bonus: the short Medea, co-written with Wendy Wasserstein.

Middleboro - Annual Plant Sale Sat, May 7, 10a - 3p. Spring has sprung at Soule. Miss Maryann has gathered some of her favorite plants to share. Plants are very reasonably priced. First come, first serve while supplies last. Soule Homestead members can shop early at our pre-sale on Fri, May 6th, 12 - 5p. All proceeds benefit Soule Homestead.

Middleboro - Ride for Homes Sat, May 7, 10a, Middleboro VFW. The route will begin and end at the Middleboro VFW.  Check-In begins at 10 AM; KSU at 12p. Benefit Habitat for Humanity!
Milton - Saturday Morning Birding Saturdays, May 7, 21 & 28, 8:30 - 10a. Spring has arrived along with thousands of migrating birds - make sense of all those bird calls & check out all the bright colors! These guided walks will help you sharpen your birding skills as you track migrating & resident birds. Led by experienced birder, Dan Burton, the group will go to a variety of locations in the Blue Hills area, in search of active hot spots & the most exciting birds. Registration required.

Norton - Sing-A-Long Sat, May 7, 6 - 8p, Winslow Farm Animal Sanctuary.

Pembroke - Touch a Truck Sat, May 7, 2 - 5p. Trucks, trucks and more trucks!!! We also have a petting zoo and face painting! And if you’re brave enough- get wet in our bubble zone… Lots of other fun things such as a sand pit… Please pre-purchase tickets because parking is limited.

Plainville - Spring Craft Fair Sat, May 7, 11a - 4p. Keep it local! An Unlikely Story is hosting two spring craft fairs on the Second Story above the bookstore. A variety of vendors will be there selling handmade gifts and goods just in time for Mother's Day! Find something unique all while supporting the shop local movement.
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Plymouth - First Fridays Book Signing Fri, May 6, 6 - 7p. Book signing with local author Kerrin Willis.

Plymouth - Sunrise Rotary 6th Annual Trivia Night Fri, May 6, 6p, Plymouth Memorial Hall. Get your friends together for a fun night and a bit of competition. B.Y.O.F (Bring your own food!) fun begins at 7p! ***CASH PRIZES*** The Pour Guys will be there for all of your beverage needs!!! 21+ Registration required. All proceeds support the Plymouth Sunrise Rotary Scholarship Fund.

Plymouth - Art on the Green Sat, May 7, 11a - 4p. The 2022 Art on the Green Season, our 3d year of bringing great art to downtown Plymouth. Free & 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 & more. In addition to the incredible artwork available for purchase, attendees will be able to interact with artists through demonstrations and booth chats.

Plymouth - Hometown Cleanup Day Sat, May 7, 10a - 12p. Join the Plymouth Pride team for Hometown cleanup day (meet at Granite City Electric Supply, 3 Industrial Park Rd). We will meet & pick up trash for a couple of hours. Please bring any gloves or trash picker-uppers you might have. We will provide purple bags from the town. Wear some Rainbow gear to show your Pride.

Plymouth - 11th Annual Kentucky Derby Party Fundraiser Sat, May 7, 3 - 7p. Join us for the Red Carpet Event of the season. This is the event you want to see & be seen. This event will feature our new function space and includes paparazzi, photographers, red carpet, photo booth, door prizes, 50/50 drawings, silent auction, a chance to win a 1 ct diamond, best dressed & best derby hat contests with it all culminating in the most exciting 2 minutes in racing - the 148th Kentucky Derby! The derby run time is estimated to be at 6:50. We close down to regular service for the entire day and transform our space into an amazing Kentucky Derby themed party.

Quincy - Friends of Ukraine Benefit Sat, May 7, 7p. Benefit to help raise funds for medical supplies & equipment for those bravely defending Ukraine. Come meet & interact with Bostonians supporting Ukraine, locals with roots in Ukraine, & friends of Ukraine of all backgrounds! Enjoy local food, full bar, live music- local & regional bands.

Randolph - 1st Annual Mother's Day Gala Sun, May 8, 6p.

Raynham - Plant Sale Fri & Sat, May 6th & 7th,
9a - 3p, Hannant House, 6 Pleasant St. Raynham Historical Society.

Rockland - May Pop-up Shopping Sat, May 7, 12 - 4p, 83 East Water St. Come shop at the Sandpaper Factory where there are local artisans, craftsmen, baked goods, artful cards, felting, home decor, women's boutique & accessories. Plus honey, pottery, stained glass, guitars, telephone & oddities museum & more. (all subject to availability each month) Park on either side of the building, enter through the front porch.

Rockland - Fairy Tale Tea Party Sat, May 7, 10a - 12p, 45 Webster St. Princesses and Princes are for everyone! Come meet your favorite Princesses and Princes at our Fairytale Tea Party while enjoying a singalong, crafts, tea, sweets, & more! This event is for all ages. Reserve your spot & tell us how many, email
Taunton - Architecture Walking Tour Sat, May 7, 11a - 12p. A free, one-hour guided tour highlighting some of the architectural gems of our city and stories of Tauntonians from the past. This 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 for the first Saturday of each month, May through October, rain or shine. Meet us on the Museum’s front steps!

Taunton - FREE! The District Sunday Concert Series presents: Empire – Queenstyche Tribute Sun, May 8, 3p. The District is totally thrilled to bring the incredible Queensryche tribute Empire to our FREE Sunday Concert Series!

Taunton - Live Music Tailgating Fri, May 6, 5p. Live Music Every Friday Night (weather permitting) Featuring either Shell Shock or RedNeck Porch! The Star Drive-In 205 Myricks St.

Wareham - Wild for Wareham Sat, May 7, 9a - 4p. Are you Wild For Wareham? Then join the Wareham Land Trust, Mass Audubon, Wildlands Trust, and Buzzards Bay Coalition’s Onset Bay Center for a full day of free outdoor activities that highlight Wareham’s wild side! These four organizations are joining forces to offer a variety of programs that will get you and your family outside and enjoying all the natural wonders that Wareham has to offer. Program highlights include an Osprey Talk at the Onset Bay Center, “Exploring the Hidden World of Insects” Walk at Douglas S. Westgate Conservation Area, an Empowered Trail Users Workshop at Great Neck Conservation Area, and a Wickets Island Kayaking Adventure.

West Bridgewater - Cousins Maine Lobster at Valvoline Instant Oil Change West Bridgewater Sat, May 7, 11a - 7p. Join us at Valvoline Instant Oil Change for their big GRAND OPENING!

West Bridgewater - WB's DPW Touch a Truck Event Sat, May 7th, 10a - 1p, 63 North Main St.
Explore, climb & touch the trucks of WB. Free popcorn, donuts & drinks!

West Bridgewater - Yard & Vendor Sale Sat, May 7, 9a - 2p. First Church, 29 Howard St.

West Bridgewater - Lemonade for Boston Children’s Hospital Sat May 7, 9a - 1p, WB Town Hall before or after your Tball/baseball/softball games. Enjoy some refreshing lemonade while supporting the amazing Boston Children’s Hospital! If you won’t be at the fields on Saturday and are interested in donating just click the link above.Thank you so much for your support from Alanna's Army!

Weymouth - Weymouth 400 Food Truck Friday Fri, May 6, 5 - 8p. Food Truck Fridays are BACK! Join us every Friday night in Jackson Square! Our Opening Night theme is "CAN-TUCKY DERBY" where we will have our friends from Weymouth Food Pantry on site to collect non-perishable food items. Wear your big hat too! Come listen to music by Four in a Row, grab a bite to eat!

Weymouth - The Sound of Music with Southeastern Philharmonic Orchestra Fri, May 6, 7:30p. America's oldest community orchestra, directed by guest conductor Max Hobart, celebrates the return of live performances with a celebration of American music.
Virtual Events:

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, or to describe your donation and arrange for pickup. Donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law.

PCGI Gathering - Sat, May 7, 11:30a - 1:30p. Are you trying to locale you French-Canadian ancestors and running into brick walls? Between name changes in the US and not understanding French, it can be daunting, French-Canadian Genealogy: Getting Started will give you the tools you need to overcome these obstacles. We will look at finding your French-Canadian ancestors if you know their origin in Quebec and if you don't. We will cover all kinds of name changes: dit names, variations, translated names, anglicized names, and first names. Find out how Daignealt became Lapris. With numerous examples, we will revie records in French and show how technology can help you understand them.

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.
Upcoming Events:

Wareham - Wareham Community Resource Fair Thurs, May 12, 12 - 4p. Our local youth substance use prevention coalition in Wareham is inviting the general public to engage in our Wellness Fair taking place at Wareham Police Department, 2515 Cranberry Hwy. There will be local resources provided by various community agencies with the intent to connect residents with the various resources available to the community.

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.