Calling All Our Local Chefs!
Submit your recipe in our Garden Harvest Recipe Contest by Sunday November 13, 2022 at 5 pm!
All valid entries* will be published in your BuzzAround. Grand prize winner will be invited to Rosa’s Kitchen in South Easton to film our annual cooking show, preparing your dish and be featured in 2023’s Harvest Edition of edible Southeastern MA magazine.
First Prize: $70 Gift Certificate to Nessralla Farm - Halifax Second Prize : $50 Gift Certificate to Bridgewater Farm Supply
Berkley - Car Show for a Cause Sat, Nov 12, 12 - 4p, American Legion, 80 Myricks St. Join Car Show for a Cause to help Ezra Cintron a Four-year-old girl with Stage 4, Rhabdomyosarcoma.
Car show, Bounce House, Crafts, Face Painting, Corn hole and more...The event will be held rain or shine. We will be selling raffle tickets onsite for a 50/50, Chinese Style raffle, and a pair of tickets to a Bruins game.

Braintree - 5K for Laurie's Love of Life Sat, Nov 12, 11a. Please join Laurie's family and friends for our Second Annual 5K run/walk in an effort to "Spread Laurie's Love of Life". Registration will open at 9:30a. The 5K will kick off at 11a. We will be partnering with the Marge Crispin Center to conduct a holiday food drive to support local families in need. Bib & T-shirt pick up: 4 - 7p on Thursday, Nov 10 in the Cahill Auditorium at Town Hall. All participants are welcome to join us after the 5K for a social reception with food/beer trucks, merchandise, & games. Please visit the Laurie Melchionda Foundation site for more info.

Braintree - Craft Market Sat, Nov 12, 9a - 1p. Come to our last Nov market and check out the local crafters & vendors who will be selling their one of a kid items just in time for the holidays.

Bridgewater - Book Discussion Sun, Nov 13, 2 - 3:30p, Maha Yoga. Yoga for a World Out of Balance by Michael Stone. “Every aspect of our life has a part to play in the greater ecological system", Michael Stone explains in this book. How do we bring this large view to our yoga practice? According to Stone, our responsibility as human beings is to live in a sustainable & respectful way. He says two things need to change. First, we need to understand the relationship between our actions & the effects of our actions. Second, once we see the effect of our actions in the human and non-human world, we need practical skills for learning how to make changes. Using the five principles (yama) described in the Yoga-Sutra attributed to Patanjali, Michael Stone offers a basis for rethinking ethical action & the spiritual path.” In our current ecological crisis this book offers insights based on our yoga practice. Open to all. (A MYTT credit.) $10. Join Claudia for this book discussion. Chai tea & accompaniments served.

Bridgewater - BPL EXHIBITS WORK OF LOCAL ARTIST ED BRAY Mon - Wed, 9a - 8p., Thurs & Fri, 9a - 5p, Sat, 9a - 3:30p. Ed Bray local artist and illustrator will have his works on display for the month of November 2022 in the Flora T. Little Gallery, at the Bridgewater Public Library located at 15 South St. His paintings and illustrations are available for purchase. Ed Bray is the illustrator of the Bridgewater Public Library portrait and now magnets (free at the circulation desk) and many other local historic buildings. You may email Ed should you have any questions.

Bridgewater - Psychic Fair Weekend @ Uplifting Connections Sat & Sun, Nov 12 - 13, 12 - 5p, 1355 Pleasant St. Call to Register: 508-697-2334. Offerings and readers vary. Everyone just loves our Psychic Fairs! The Psychic fair readings at Uplifting Connections are provided by some of the most talented readers in this area and are offered in a safe & nurturing environment. These readings are for the enlightenment, healing and inspiration of all that we meet. Some come every month & try different readers, some come once a quarter & see several readers while they are here (and find many parallels in the messages from different readers!). We love hearing the feedback about how touched, impressed, & uplifted people are by the messages they receive. Join us for an incredibly healing opportunity. We are offering phone AND in person readings! Please specify when booking. Walk-ins are welcome but reserving ensures you get your spot!

Brockton - Hazardous Waste Day Sat, Nov 12, 9a - 1p Recycle Depot, 300 Oak Hill Way (across the street from UPS). Brockton Residents with ID only. No contractors or businesses allowed. Car Tires $2.00, Truck tires priced by size. Tv’s and monitors $10 each. Please call the Recycle Depot at 508-580-7827 for more information.
Brockton - Small Animal Saturday Sat, Nov 12, 12:30 - 3p. Come join us at the APCSM to visit our guinea pigs, rabbits, and birds! Our small animal room will be open to visitors. Our shelter is full of Smalls in desperate need of forever homes, and we are hoping some will find that special home. PS - If you are interested in adopting that day, please fill out an application beforehand (by 11/10).

Brockton - Food Justice Opening Reception Sat, Nov 12, 11a - 2p, Fuller Craft Museum. Food Justice brings awareness to food insecurity through art and explores how we can shape positive change in ending hunger. Join us for an expert panel discussion, family activities hosted by Wee the People, an artist talk, or simply stop by for lunch. Fuller Craft Museum's Diversity & Racial Equity Council (DARE) is proud to present this expert panel discussion that sheds light on food insecurity. Panel simultaneously supports our communities in finding resources that combat hunger and encourages them to eat healthier without sacrificing their cultural heritage. Panelists will discuss how they are doing their part in influencing positive change in food insecurity.

Brockton - Poetry Event Sat, Nov 12, 2p, Brockton Public Library, 304 Main St, Driscoll Gallery. This special event invites veterans to share their own creations of poetry, short stories, or visual art that shares their experiences. Readers will be provided for participants who may be too shy or emotional to share their story. The goal is to make this event a safe and comfortable space for veterans to express themselves. All members of the community are invited to come because listening to these stories will give people an opportunity to understand what it means to be a veteran. If you would like to volunteer to be a reader or sign up to present your story contact Philip Hasouris 508-942-8018 or Jonathan Stroud 508-894-1400.

Brockton - APCSM Bake Sale Sat & Sun, Nov 12 - 13, 12 - 3p, APCSM located at 1300 West Elm St Extension. Join us on the second weekend of every month for the APCSM's famous bake sale! Raise funds for animals while satisfying your sweet tooth! Common goods found at the sale include brownies, pies, cookies, breads, cupcakes, and more. Every dollar raised benefits the animals at the APCSM.

Brockton - Swedish Kaffe Stuga & Church Fair Sat, Nov 12, 10a - 3p, First Evangelical Lutheran Church, 900 Main St. First Evangelical Lutheran Church is transforms into a Swedish Coffee House, aka Kaffe Stuga every three years and it’s back! Coffee will be served from vintage silver coffee pots traditionally Swedish dressed servers. Delicious dishes will be available including Swedish meatballs and ham dinner. Homemade pastries will be available for dessert. Dinner will be $15 per person and a dessert only plate option will be available for $10. The holiday fair will also have many rooms filled with Scandinavian imports including homemade crafts, delicious baked goods like cardamom bread, holiday drawing, vendors, and much more.

Brockton - Healthy Holiday Event Sun, Nov 13, 1 - 5p. Healthy for the Holidays Kickoff is coming to Brockton at the BAT Station! All Brockton families and residents are invited to start the holiday season with this fun and healthy celebration. There will opportunities to protect you and your loved ones this holiday by receiving your COVID-19 vaccine. Anyone receiving a Covid vaccine will receive a $75 gift card! Flu vaccines will also be available. There will also be a FREE Thanksgiving Pie Giveaway and families will also receive a bag with sides for your Thanksgiving meal. Have some fun while you’re with us! DJ Noel will be spinning while you can enjoy a lunch at Lady C&J’s along with a Hot Cocoa Bar with all your favorite add ons! And make sure you stay for all of our surprise giveaways! Brought to you by your friends at Pinnacle Partnerships, Jorge the Mortgage Guy, PACC Global, BAT Centre, and Price Rite. All gift cards and giveaways are while supplies last.
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Dartmouth - Open Gym Fri, Nov 11, 4:30 - 5:30p. Ages 5 - 17. Come and have free play doing American Ninja Warrior Obstacles. $22.
MUST - Sign up before hand!!

East Bridgewater - Nite with Knights Featuring Draw the Line Sat, Nov 12, 7p, EBCC. Tickets will not be available at the door. The Blue Knights Mass-XIII are again proud to host a Nite with the Knights featuring the famous band Draw the Line for our annual fundraiser event. Draw the Line is the only tribute band to be endorsed by Aerosmith. There will be dancing, a cash bar, great raffle prizes along with a Lotto Board, 50/50 Raffle, and great silent auctions by Ocean State Charity Events. There will be no food served however feel free to bring your own food / snacks and enjoy the show with friends & family. Alcohol, and other beverages only allowed by purchase at the cash bar. Our fundraising event proceeds help The Bridgewater Police K9 Unit, the American Legion Post 226 Hanson, and the Nathan Hale Foundation. This is a 21 or over event only.

Easton - Art Gallery/Co-op is Expanding Open Hours Open hours will now be Saturdays, 10a - 4p & Sundays, 12 - 3p. Easton Shovel Town Cultural District is happy to announce that the Art Gallery/Co-op located at 50 Main St (small cape house in the midst of Ames Shovelworks Project) is expanding open hours. The co-op features fine art in paintings & photography plus jewelry, wood turned items (including kitchen ready bowls, platters) handmade baskets, cards and many gift items. New artists plus guest artists are added all the time.

Easton - The Easton Veterans Day Parade Fri, Nov 11, 11a. Please join us for The Easton Veterans Day Parade and Ceremony. The parade will form at the Main St Post Office. Anyone who plans to march should arrive no later than 10:30a. We will step off at 11a and march down Main St, stopping at the WWI monument across the street from The Farmer’s Daughter Restaurant for a brief ceremony and then the parade reforms to march down Sullivan Ave, ending with a ceremony at Veterans Memorial Park. There will be a reception at the VFW Post 2547 at 61 Rockland St. In case of inclement weather, we will hold the ceremony indoors at the VFW. Please call Cory Ahonen at 774-273-1991.
Easton - Letters for the Vets Fri, Nov 11, 10a - 3:30p, Children's Museum in Easton. We’ll provide the stationery and envelope, you provide the message of thanks to a service member. We encourage you to send it to someone you know who serves, but we are happy to pass along messages to local vets.

Easton - American Legion Post 7 – Poppy Drive Sat, Nov 12, 6a - 4p, Dunkin Donuts. American Legion Post 7 is having their Semiannual Poppy Drives this Nov. Donations can be mailed to Post 7 P. O. Box 356 Easton, Ma 02334 during the month of Nov. You will receive a Thank you card and a poppy in a plastic sleeve with the poem in “Flanders Field”. Post 7 will be setting up a table alongside the Dunkin Donuts for donations of any amount you will receive a poppy in memory of a loved one. Monies received will be used for worthy programs for veterans & their families.

Fall River - Thanksmas Night Market & Holiday Celebration Sat, Nov 12, 4 - 8p. Start your Christmas Shopping Early with good intentions and the most sparkly things you've ever seen!

Halifax - Veterans Day Celebration Fri, Nov 11, 11a, 499 Plymouth St. Join us on the 11th Day of the 11th Month at the 11th Hour to celebrate all of those who served in the United States Military. We will be formally recognizing the Town of Halifax as a Purple Heart Town and spotlighting a few of our local Veterans. Please join us on the Town Green for this event.

Halifax - Christmas Tree Trio Sun, Nov 13, 1 - 3:30p. Create your trio of Christmas Tree Luminaries using white clay. In this 2 hour workshop we will create a trio of Christmas Tree Luminaries using white stoneware clay (Approx 5.5, 4.5 and 3.5 inches) You will be provided with a slab of clay, all the tools necessary, a complete demonstration and hands on instruction. You will have access to various textures in my studio to use as you wish to personalize your trees. After you create your trees they will be managed during the drying process and fired twice in my kiln. You will be notified when they are ready for pick up. Note:This is an adult workshop. Bottled water and a light snack will be offered. Feel free to bring your own beverage and or snacks as well. This is a cozy , casual fun environment.
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Hanover - Christmas Fair Sat, Nov 12, 10a - 2p. Come to the second day of our annual holiday fair! Come browse our homemade Crafts, Toys, Jewelry, Holiday Decorations, Grandma's Attic, Christmas Gift Baskets, Raffles, Baked goods and pies, and more! Bring a friend! Admission is free and parking is free! Please park in the old Tedeschi lot on Washington St. Come early for best deals! Doors open at 10a! Come hungry and have lunch in our St. A's cafe!

Hanover - Hanover Club Holiday Gift Show Sun, Nov 13, 10a - 2p. We’re excited about the return of Hanover Club Holiday Gift Show! Please join us for great holiday vendors, raffles, food trucks, photos with Santa, the Hanover Hawks’s Nest school store and more! Suggested donation is welcomed for entry to benefit The Hanover Club Scholarships and Hanover community events.

Hanson - Monthly Drumming Circles Sat, Nov 12, 6 - 9p. Monthly Drumming Circles are designed to connect us to Mother Earth. No experience is necessary. We have extra drums/rattles. We are outside, seated around a fire as weather allows. Inside if raining (masks are optional). Bring a dish to share if you would like to socialize. Alcohol/drug-free. Donation appreciated. Must Call Pam or post on the FB page to register! 781.733.6857 Please do not show up without registering as we need to know numbers. Limited space that fills quickly.

Hingham - Geology Walk at World's End Sat, Nov 12, 10a - 12p. If you think you know all of the history of World’s End, step back in time with registered geologist and long-time Trustees volunteer, Les Tyrala, to look for evidence of the ancient Precambrian igneous bedrock, volcanoes, submarine mudslides, and rugged mountain rivers within this portion of the 400 million years-old Boston Basin. We will also look for direct evidence of the last period of glaciation that ended about 9,500 years ago here in southeastern New England. This program is appropriate for adults and children age 12 and older. This hike will take place along the Rocky Neck trail of World’s End. Please note that portions of this trail have uneven and rocky terrain.

Hingham - Open Barnyard at Weir River Farm Sat, Nov 12, 10 & 11a. 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” path down to the barnyard, enjoy the beautiful StoryWalk™. In the barnyard, meet our ponies, llama, and potbellied pig. Have a chance to interact with our goats and sheep. 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. Come experience all that Weir River Farm has to offer! This program is rain or shine!
Lakeville - Annual Christmas Fair Sat, Nov 12, 9a - 2p. Handcrafted gifts and ornaments, delicious homemade food items, jewelry, treasures, gift baskets and more!

Mansfield - Cowboy Action Shooting Sat, Nov 12, 9a - 5p. Join the Mansfield Marauders for Cowboy Action Shooting event this fall! Cowboy Action Shooting is similar to Civil War re-enactments but with a cowboy theme and live ammo. In a cowboy match you shoot steel targets using two single-action “six guns”, a lever-action rifle & a “scattergun” shotgun. All firearms are period-correct – pre-1900. The Mansfield Marauders cowboy action shooting events are governed by SASS Rules (Single Action Shooting Society) and period dress is requested.

Middleboro - Fall Craft Fair Sat, Nov 12, 10a - 2p. Come shop from a variety of local businesses. Raffles will benefit the charity, Children Across America and will feature prizes from our businesses and local restaurants.

Middleboro - Holiday Fair Sat, Nov 12, 10a - 2p. The First Unitarian Universalist Church of Middleboro is hosting a Holiday Fair.

Milton - Saturday Animal Encounter and Nature Walk Sat, Nov 12, 10 - 11:30a. Visit the Blue Hills Trailside Museum for a guided walk on the beautiful trails of the Reservation to learn about the plants and wildlife that live there. Participants will join a Mass Audubon naturalist who will host an open discussion & answer questions about your observations. After the nature walk, participants will have a live animal encounter with one of Trailside's resident animals local to MA such as the Saw Whet Owl, Barn Owl, or American Kestrel.

Norton - St Mary's Christmas Bazaar Sun, Nov 13, 8:30a - 2p. The annual Christmas Bazaar will offer local crafters, kids games, adult and family auctions with lots of prizes, pictures with Santa, baked goods, breakfast and lunch items in the kitchen, and much, much more!!!

Norton - Annual Holiday Fair Fri, Nov 11, 5 - 8p and Sat, Nov 12, 9a – 2p. Visit our website! Spread some holiday cheer & get an early start on your holiday shopping at the annual Holiday Fair at Trinitarian Congregational Church!The festivities kick off on Friday with a Spaghetti Supper featuring homemade sauce, pasta, salad, antipasto, garlic bread, dessert, and beverages. Highlights of the Fair include homemade meals to-go, baked goods, crafts and handknit items, holiday decor, flea market, cookie walk, and the ever-popular Pancake Breakfast on Saturday morning. Don’t miss fun activities for families all day Sat, and, of course, SANTA! There will be no shortage of wonderful raffle items as part of the Festive Basket & High-End Items raffle (including a 65" 4k Smart TV!), and Handmade Quilt raffle.
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Plymouth - Hike with Malcolm Sat, Nov 12, 10a - 1p. Join Trail Guy Malcolm MacGregor at Foothills Preserve in Plymouth for a 3 or 5 mile hike. Start with a steep climb up the Pine Hills before walking along the ridge and back down to the Foothills parking lot, about 3 miles. From here, call it a day or continue on for another 2-mile loop at Tidmarsh.

Plympton - Farm Day at Tractor Supply Sat, Nov 12, 10a - 3p. Our last days of Farm Day of 2022 are on us. With new and recurring vendors each month you are sure to find new delights and old favorites. Stay tuned to see who is coming for our last two shows and let our vendors know you are coming so they can plan how many sweet treats to make and goodies to bring. Get your Christmas shopping done early and right by shopping small on Farm Day.

Randolph - Free Pre-Holiday Pop Up Sat, Nov 12, 1 - 7p. This mini pop-up features amazing shops such as Treat Yourself, Yolanda's Naturally Organic Hair & Body Oils, Elevated Queen Essentials, Saraiya Eve Designs, Saphyre Connections and of course - the Nilanjo! Boutique. Enjoy sweet treats, natural butters and oils, candles, self-care essential, crystal art, fashion accessories, and more. No ticket required but do let us know if you plan to pop in to our pop up!

Raynham - Homespun Holidays Craft Fair Fri, Nov 11, 12 - 7p & Sat, Nov 12, 9a - 3p, Stone Church. All of your favorites from years past will be returning this year. The Kitchen Cupboard will be filled with homemade baked goods. The Kitchen will be offering delicious lunch and supper choices, and we are excited to announce that they will be offering sit down seating again this year. You will find our raffle table with an item from each Crafter, and possibly some extra items you never know what will appear on this table. We have a few of our regular Crafters returning from years past and last year. We are very excited to welcome many new Crafters this year with offering many items that we have never had before. For the first time in many years we will have Crafters upstairs AND downstairs in our Sunday School classrooms. As a remind some, but not all, of the Crafters accept credit cards. The Kitchen and Kitchen Cupboard are both cash and checks only.

Raynham - Veterans Charity & Cigar Dinner Fri, Nov 11, 6 - 9p, American Legion Post 405, 291 Mill St. The Patriot Riders of America Mass Ch 7 are hosting their first event together with the American Legion Post 405 Raynham this Veterans day. Dinner includes oven roasted pork, carved turkey & gravy, roasted potatoes, fall veggies, and a cheese display with bread & butter. There will also be a cash bar and cigars available but you do not have to smoke cigars to attend. All proceeds from this event will be donated to Veterans and their families in need.

Sharon - Family S'Mores Night at Everwood Day Camp Sat, Nov 12, 6:30 - 9:30p. Bring family and friends to Camp for a cozy and fun night under the stars! Everwood Day Camp invites you and your family to our series of Fall Family S'Mores Nights! Come enjoy a night at Camp, make a S'more, star gaze, listen to music, play glow stick games and enjoy some quality family time. 100% of proceeds from ticket sales go to the American Camp Association Camper Scholarship Fund. Tickets are limited for each event $25/Family! No pets please.
Taunton - Arts & Humanity: Original Works Sat, Nov 12, 1 - 3p. Join us for a friendly, inclusive afternoon of sharing of the human spirit through the arts at the Old Colony History Museum. We will gather in person for the first time since 2019! Artists, musicians, and story-tellers of all kinds are welcome to share their original works. All are invited to simply listen and enjoy the work of these area artists and share in their vibrant, creative energy. Pre-registration is encouraged. Please email or call us at 508-822-1622 to get on the list.

Taunton - Fair Foods Fri, Nov 11, 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.

Taunton - Veterans Day Breakfast Fri, Nov 11, 9 - 11a. Breakfast for our Veterans, past and present! Join us at the Taunton YMCA for a special breakfast donated by Grilla Kouzina.

West Bridgewater - Introducing! Healing Journeys Sat, Nov 12, 8:45a. 90 minutes of synergistic restorative healing that promotes relaxation, mood stability and physical healing. We combine 30 minutes each of Reiki, Shiatsu, and Massage Therapy into one glorious 90 minute healing journey to create a unique and targeted wellness experience. Space is limited. Healing Journeys must be precooked and prepaid. No refunds. Sessions can be booked online or call 508-559-8004.

West Bridgewater - New England Village Fair Fri, Nov 11, 4 - 8p, Sat, Nov 12th, 8a - 2p, The First Church of West Bridgewater, 29 Howard St. A Chicken Pot Pie Dinner, eat-in or take-out, will be held on Friday. Saturday, from 8 - 10a, a Continental Breakfast will be served featuring muffins and coffee. And a light lunch will be served 11:30a - 1p. featuring soup and sandwich. Homemade crafts, curio items, homemade foods to go and baked goods, travel gifts, plus raffles for two turkey dinner baskets, a queen size handmade quilt, and many more raffles to take a chance on! For more information, please call the church office at 508-587-3118 or email.

West Bridgewater - Fall Trail Walk @ Reynolds Landing Sat, Nov 12, 1p, Reynolds Landing Conservation, Ash St. Come enjoy a nice fall afternoon exploring one of the towns open spaces. Rain date: Nov 19.

West Bridgewater - WB Lions Club 38th Annual Craft Fair Sun, Nov 13, 10a - 3p, WB Middle Senior High School.

Weymouth - WHS Junior Class Fundraiser Sat, Nov 12, 11a - 4p. The Boutique will be stocked with holiday gifts, stunning fashions for any event or gathering, and plenty of jewelry & accessories!
And 20% of your sale will go directly to the Weymouth High School Junior Class!

Whitman - The 69th Annual Tri-Town Veterans Day Parade Fri, Nov 11, 10a. The Tri-Town Veterans Day Committee is presenting the Veterans Day parade this Friday, November 11th rain or shine! The parade route will start in Whitman, near the Old Regal Shoe Factory on South Ave. Please come out and support your local veterans. There will be trophies awarded to parade participants for categories like Best Marching Unit, Best Float, Best Theme and Judges’ Choice. For more information, please contact the Town Clerk’s office at (781) 618-9710.
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Write With Me - Fri - Sun, Nov 11 - 13, 6 - 7:30a. Here's the writing accounting you've been looking for!!
We'll be writing every morning in November and invite you to join me. If you need some discipline, support, accountability, and community for your writing journey, this is for you! If you are writing a journal, a memoir, fiction, non-fiction, poetry, cooking book, blogposts, articles, social media posts, anything... this is for you!!! You come when you can and stay as long as you can, no fee and strings attached!!!

Daily Intention - Fri, Nov 11, 7:30 - 8a. Guided meditation to help you set the tone and your intention for the day Do you want to learn to incorporate mindfulness tools into your daily routines. Join us to set your intentions for the day in order to increase focus and reduce stress. This group will take place daily on Zoom Mondays through Fridays. The Wellness Connection, LLC was founded by Keisha Cox, LCSW, 200 RYT to help others uncover ways to balance physical, mental, and spiritual needs and achieve happy and happy healthy lifestyles. Keisha Cox is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with 20 years of experience providing therapy to children and adults of all ages in addition to having a background in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, yoga therapy, and life coaching.

Cyberbullying and How to Combat it - Sat, Nov 12, 6 - 8:30p. Anyone at any age can be effected by cyber bullying and harassment online. Let’s talk about ways to stop it. We will be discussing tactics for all ages who have or are concerned someone they love is being bullied or harassed online. This can have serious consequences on mental health. I will be sharing tips I have used myself and taught others. This will be an open discussion where attendees share experiences or get ideas on how to get help.
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Rockland - Open Studios Art Fair Sat & Sun, Nov 19 & 20, 12-5 pm, Sandpaper Factory, 83 East Water St Celebrating 30 years! The 4th Floor Artists invite you to visit the Sandpaper Factory for a weekend filled with art, culture & community, where you can explore members’ working art studios and meet local artisans throughout the building and inside Gallery 4 on the 4th floor. Artists will open their studio doors to the public & works will be on display and available for purchase just in time for the holidays. Enjoy live music and kid’s art activities. This is a free event & everyone is welcome. Come celebrate with us!

Bridgewater - Gotta Dance! Bridgewater Community Dance Fri, Nov 18, 7 - 9p, Bridgewater Senior Center. It's a great time! You'll learn Circle Dances and Mixers, International Folk Dances & New England Squares and Contras. Beginners Welcome. All dances are taught Gender neutral language. Ages 10 and up.

Bridgewater - Shrek The Musical Sat, Nov 19, 2p & 7p. THE RAYNWATER PLAYERS present SHREK the Musical (Theatre for Young Audiences Version) Everyone's favorite ogre is back in this hilarious stage spectacle, based on the Oscar-winning, smash-hit film. Shrek brings all the beloved characters you know from the film to life on stage and proves there's more to the story than meets the ears. -Music Theatre International. Tickets can also be purchased physically from Cast and Crew members as well as from the High School Main Office.PLEASE BRING YOUR EMAIL RECEIPT TO THE TICKET WINDOW TO PICK UP YOUR TICKETS.

East Bridgewater - EB Union Congregational Church Holiday Fair Fri, Nov 18, 5:30 - 8:30p & Sat, Nov 19, 9a - 2p. The East Bridgewater Union Congregational Church is presenting a holiday fair! It will be the perfect stop for decorations and unique gifts for the holiday season. This event will include holiday crafts, attic treasures, jewelry, raffles, a silent auction, and more. Food will also be available like a snack bar, homemade baked goods, and their famous cheese station. The Silent Auction is now available online!

Halifax - Holy Apostles Craft Fair Sat, Nov 19, 9a - 3p. Holiday Craft Fair. Amazing Unique vendors. Come find the perfect gift for yourself or that hard to buy for person or pet.

Whitman - Harvest Fair Sat, Nov 19, 9a - 3p, All Saints Episcopal Church, 44 Park Ave. The All Saints Parish, Whitman is hosting a Harvest Fair! It will be the perfect destination for thanksgiving and Christmas decorations. There will also be a variety of holiday gifts available that include antiques, collectibles, and jewelry. Ernie's attic will also be featured as well as raffles and crafts. Food will be available including home baked goods and our famous harvest soup.
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