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Abington - Winter Container Sat, Nov 20, 6p. Create your own front door Holiday Container-Using a variety of Evergreens. With Bow making demonstration. $60 all supplies included. Gloves recommended. Call to sign up 781-878-1306.

Bridgewater - Coats for Kids Now through Sat, Nov 20, 10a - 1p. Drop of new or gently used coats at Stay N Play Children's Museum for Jordan's Furniture coats for kids.The coats will be taken to Anton's cleaners and then to Jordan's to be distributed.

Bridgewater - Deal Me Out Now through Sun, Nov 21, Rondileau Campus Center Auditorium. A week after the 2016 election tensions, a group of gamers’ friendship reaches a boiling point as they find themselves mired in a political feud.

Bridgewater - Crystal Consultation for Beginners Sat, Nov 20, 5:30. This class will cover how to choose and find crystals to work with, caring for your crystals, and what you can do (and things not to do) with your crystals. Participants are encouraged to bring any crystals they are wanting to work with or have questions.

Bridgewater - VFW Community Breakfast to Benefit Veterans Brotherhood VMC Sat, Nov 20, 8 - 11a. Menu includes: Pancakes, French Toast, Scrambled eggs, Bacon and Homefries. Apple and orange juice, milk and coffee available. 

Brockton - Brockton Public Library Poetry Series Everyone Has a Voice Sat, Nov 20, 2p. LIVE AND IN PERSON! Driscoll Art Gallery Brockton Public Library With featured poets Robert Knox, student poet Venia Volcy, and an Open Mic. Robert Knox is a poet, fiction writer, and Boston Globe correspondent.

Brockton - GIFT SHOP AT BROCKTON PUBLIC LIBRARY OPEN MORE DAYS The Brockton Library Foundation Gift Shop, located at 304 Main Street inside the Brockton Main Library will be open from now on Saturdays 10-2 and Thursdays 11-3.  Start your holiday shopping early or just come in and browse. All proceeds from sales benefit library programs for all ages.  More volunteers are needed so Richard Duval the new manager can keep it open more days during the week. Please email the Foundation if you are interested or have questions. Donations continue to be accepted.   
Brockton - Prenatal Breastfeeding Class Sat, Nov 20, 10a - 12:30p. The session gives an overview of breastfeeding and how to get off to a great start! Facilitated by certified lactation consultant, this 2.5 hour session gives an overview of breastfeeding and how to get off to a good start. FREE if delivering at Good Samaritan Medical Center. ​PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. Please only purchase one registration for your group. Class is $15 for those not delivering at Good Samaritan Medical Center. Call 508-427-3712 to register.

Brockton - Infant Care Class Sat, Nov 20, 1:15 - 3:30p. Class to Prepare You to Bring Your Baby Home. Please bring a partner or support person – someone who will be present in your child's life after you go home. Please bring your infant car seat if you already have one. The cost of the Infant Care Class is $35. Register and pay online by clicking the button above. Please only purchase one registration for your group.

Brockton - Black Owned Holiday Market Fri - Sun through Nov 28, 8a - 5p. Black Owned Brockton will partner with Westgate Mall to host a Holiday Market Pop-Up featuring a variety of local entrepreneurs showcasing curated art, apparel, beauty products, home goods, gifts and more. Over 20 vendors will be present for a series of five weekends including Black Friday & Christmas Eve. Mini Markets: Dec 4, 5, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19.
CHRISTMAS WEEK: Dec 20, 21, 22, 23, 24.

Brockton - Free Concert: Massapoag Quartet Sat, Nov 20, 12 - 1p. This free concert is guaranteed to wow you with the Massapoag Quartet's musical magnificence, diverse programming, and passionate playing. You don't want to miss the group performing Antonin Dvorak's "American" String Quartet and "Dances of Panama" by William Grant Still. The concert will be presented in the lobby of the Brockton Public Library. Please wear your mask!

Brockton - Poetry Workshop at BrocktonArts Sun, Nov 21, 4 - 6p. November is both foreboding and exciting. The cold weather has come back, the leaves have fallen, but we welcome our friends and family at Thanksgiving. There is loss and bounty. Why not express your ambivalence in a poem? We welcome our friends, followers, and newcomers back to the workshop.
Duxbury - Duxbury Craft Showcase Sat & Sun, Nov 20, 10a - 4p & Nov 21st 11a - 3p. Mark your calendars! The Duxbury Art Association’s 48th annual Craft Showcase and Sale is back and will be held at the Duxbury High School. This fun event transforms the Duxbury High School into an artisan mall for the weekend, and it’s a great way to kick off your holiday shopping. For a small admission fee ($5) at the door, guests are welcome to shop all weekend (readmission is included with paid ticket), and kids 12 & under are admitted free. A wide range of hand crafted items are featured for sale including jewelry, unique fashion, hand-blown glass, ceramics, carved wood, photography, soaps/herbals, gourmet edibles, home decor, and much more. Many of our artisans return year after year, and we expect several new additions this fall as well.

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

East Bridgewater - Borderland: The Life and Times of Blanche Ames Ames Sat, Nov 20, 10, Community Room. After the film we will engage in a community discussion.

Easton - Children's Museum in Easton Tues - Fri, 9:30a - 3p and Sat & Sun, 12:30 - 4p. We refreshed, repainted, and refurbished our exhibits, walls, and halls!

Easton - Savitri Fri - Sun, Nov 19 - 21. The Cambridge Chamber Ensemble Invites You to Join Us For the presentation of: Gustav Holst's - Savitri. An enchanting tale of love, virtue, and a woman's power. Nov 19, 20, @ 7:30p & Nov 21@ 3p. At historic Oakes Ames Memorial Hall, 3 Barrow St. One weekend only!!! Don't miss a true operatic gem, held at historic Oakes Ames Hall.
Synopsis: Savitri hears Death calling to claim her husband Satyavan. Savitri welcomes Death with kindness and wisdom. Moved by her compassion, Death acknowledges defeat, and restores Satyavan to life. Performances will include pre-show presented in collaboration with the Triveni School of Dance. After the show meet out cast and artistic team at the after party and enjoy refreshments!

Easton - Transgender Day of Remembrance Service Sat, Nov 20, 6:30p. Join us as we affirm God's love for all people while remembering transgender people, gender-variant individuals, and those perceived to be transgender who have been victims of hate crimes. The service will include a reading of names of those who have been murdered in the United States in the last 12 months, guest speakers sharing their stories and contemplative music. A reception will follow.  Holy Trinity Lutheran Church - 143 Lincoln St.

Easton - Art Coop/Gallery is Open Saturdays 10a - 4p. Easton Shovel Town Cultural District is happy to announce the re-opening of the Coop/Gallery located at 50 Main St. We feature Fine Art in Paint and Photography, jewelry, wood turned items, including kitchen ready bowls, platters as well as gift items. New Artist, Mary Lu Love, will feature handmade baskets.

Easton - Full Moon Hike Fri, Nov 19, 5p. Meet at visitor center for a 3 mile guided hike along the Pond Walk Trail. Bring a flashlight, water and dress for the weather! For more information, call Borderland State Park at 508-238-6566.
Halifax - Blood Drive Fri, Nov 19, 9a - 2p. Town Hall, 499 Plymouth St.

Halifax - Navigating Your Purpose Sun, Nov 21, 4p. We are excited to start our tour here! Ready to navigate towards your purpose with some help from spirit? Let’s go! Tiffany Rice (Spirit Medium), KJ McGlinn (Media Personality & President of KJ Media Company) and Kitsie Duncan (Author and Producer) are in the house to help guide you! Learn how these three women listened to their inner voice and made radical changes to align themselves by balancing their own world. They collaborated and have their own show Paranormal Crossroad. This inspirational workshop will give you that motivation to get things going offering you clarity in your personal direction. No Refunds or exchangesNot everyone is guaranteed a spirit medium reading. Everyone will receive a card pull.

Hingham - Full Moon Hike at Worlds End Fri, Nov 19, 4:30p. There is almost nothing more tranquil than a evening walk under a full moon at World’s End. This fall, we would like to invite you to join us for a unique outdoor experience. We will open our gate after hours to welcome you and your family and friends to accompany a World’s End guide for a hike on our century-old cart paths. With a setting sun and full moon lighting the way, we will share in informal discussion about the traditional significance of each month’s moon as well as history about World’s End. If you listen and look carefully, you may spot nocturnal wildlife becoming more active at dusk. White tailed deer, red fox, raccoons, barred owls and other woodland animals make their way out into the open fields of World’s End. This is a great opportunity to get outside under the stars and share the joys of nature. Pre-registration online is required and space is limited. 

Hingham - Open Barnyard at Weir River Farm Sat, Nov 20, 10 - 11a, 11 - 12p. Welcome to Weir River Farm, where you can experience life on one of the last working farms on the South Shore. Meet Nutmeg the pony, Ruby the llama, Poppy the goat and Dixie the potbellied pig, in addition to our flock of chickens and herd of black and white belted Galloway cattle. Enjoy the beautiful StoryWalk™ along the grassy “chute” to the barnyard. Take some time to hike the woodland trails to explore and experience all that Weir River Farm has to offer! Pre-registration is required for this event.

Hingham - Women's Wander through Whitney and Thayer Woods Sat, Nov 20, 11a - 12:30p. Welcome Women! Starting this fall and continuing throughout the year, we will be hosting a series of women’s hikes and walks throughout Trustee’s properties on the South Shore, including Whitney and Thayer Woods and World’s End. Through these women-led excursions, we aim to create safe and welcoming environments that empower women to get outdoors. To kick-off our first hike, join experienced Trustee’s staff on an easy to moderate 2.5 mile hike through Whitney and Thayer Woods. Starting from Turkey Hill and looping through Whitney and Thayer Woods, this hike will take approximately 1.5 hours. During the hike enjoy the crisp fall air while glimpsing wildlife among the remaining foliage and connect with other women who enjoy nature. Pre-registration online is required and space is limited.

Holbrook - 2021 Rotary Cow Pie & Vendor Fair Sat, Nov 20, 11a - 3p. All new this year- Vendors, Food & Drink, Disney Princesses and Santa Claus. Join us for a great family event!
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Lakeville - Legislative Luncheon 2021 Fri, Nov 19, 12 - 1:30p. Cranberry Country Chamber of Commerce ANNUAL LEGISLATIVE LUNCHEON, Loon Pond Lodge, 28 Precinct St. (at Ted Williams Camp) Guest Speaker: Rosalin Acosta, Secretary of Labor and Workforce Development for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Panel:     State Representatives Norman Orrall, Susan Gifford, Kathy LaNatra, State Senators Marc Pacheco and Michael Rodrigues.

Mansfield - The Snowflake Fair Sat, Nov 20, 9a - 2p. All your favorites will be back. Grandma's Attic, Pappy's Garage, Cookies!!!, Raffle, Crafts and much, much, more.

Milton - Victorian Holiday Market at the Eustis Estate Sat, Nov 20, 10a - 3p. Enjoy a festive atmosphere and get in the holiday spirit with the Victorian Holiday Market at the Eustis Estate. This open air market features a variety of local craftspeople selling unique holiday gifts including jewelry, fiber art, and foodstuffs. Takeaway food and drinks are available for purchase from local restaurants. Please call 617-994-5924 for more information.

Norwell - Muppet Christmas Card Sat, Nov 20, 2p. Take Dickens’ beloved Christmas tale, the genius of Jim Henson, a host of catchy songs, and combine them into a holiday extravaganza to make The Muppet Christmas Carol. Join Gonzo as Charles Dickens, Kermit, and Miss Piggy as the Cratchits, and Michael Caine as the miserly Ebenezer Scrooge, who one Christmas Eve is visited by three ghosts urging him to change his cruel ways. With a touch of Christmas magic and a touch of snow, this movie event will be a delight for the whole family! TICKETS: $10. The Company Theatre recommends that all patrons wear masks during indoor performances.

Plymouth - America's Hometown Thanksgiving Day Parade Sat, Nov 20, 9:30a. Join us as we celebrate the 400th anniversary of the first Thanksgiving! The celebration of Thanksgiving becomes history-brought-to-life as Pilgrims, Native Americans, Soldiers, Patriots, and Pioneers proudly climb out of the history books and onto the streets of Plymouth. This is one of America’s only historically accurate parades, visually bringing to life America’s rich heritage representing each century from the 17th through the 21st. In showing the preservation of America’s history through the years, beginning with the Pilgrim era, we promote an appreciation among our citizens for our rich heritage.

Plymouth - Plymouth Phil Concert: Seasons of Renewal Fri, Nov 19, 7p. Steven Karidoyanes conducts the Phil in a special concert in partnership with America's Hometown Celebration. Acclaimed violinist, Irina Muresanu, joins the Phil in Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons, a piece celebrating the beauty of nature. Other concert highlights include vibrant music penned by American composers: Whirl, by Cristina Spinei, music inspired by Vivaldi, depicting the chaos of severe weather; George Gershwin’s bluesy, delicate Lullaby; and William Grant Still’s Dances of Panama, orchestral dances steeped in distinct Caribbean flair with infectious rhythms, gorgeous melodies, and an undeniable zest for life.
This special concert sponsored by the Town of Plymouth Promotions Fund in partnership with America's Hometown Thanksgiving Celebration.

Plymouth - New England Harvest Feast Saturdays through Nov 27, 5:30 - 7p. An evening of entertainment and hospitality awaits you as you sit down to a 17th century meal filled with the finest food that this season of plenty has to offer. Your host will guide you through the meal, and answer your questions about England & Plymouth, old and new. Before dinner, you will be entertained with centuries-old psalms and songs, and perhaps you will be convinced to join in singing a round or two. EXPERIENCE A TASTE OF AMERICA'S PAST BILL OF FARE. Ticket price includes Museum admission, tax & service. Pre-assigned seating is arranged for you.

Plymouth - Behind the Holiday: The First Thanksgiving Sat, Nov 20, 6 - 9p. Proceeds from the event will support Plimoth Patuxet Museums' educational mission in the 400th anniversary year of the 1621 Harvest Feast. Plimoth Patuxet is looking forward to celebrating the holiday and its 400th anniversary with neighbors and friends, and has cooked-up an offering of premiere tickets from free to $100 to ensure everyone has a seat at the table and an opportunity to reflect and be inspired by our local history. Guided by interviews with curators and experts, including Wampanoag tribal historians, this film explores the authentic origins of the holiday. Cinematic, historically accurate recreations filmed at Plimoth Patuxet Museums' 17th-Century English Village, the Historic Patuxet Homesite and Mayflower II, bring the story to life, while objects from the Smithsonian collections transport viewers back in time.

Plymouth - Harvest Market on Plymouth's Waterfront Sun, Nov 21, 11a - 4p. The 2021 Harvest Market will take place on Plymouth's historic waterfront in Pilgrim Memorial Park! 26 vendors will be showcasing the best in local produce, baked goods and crafts. Get your fixins for your Thanksgiving table! This is part of America's Hometown Thanksgiving Celebration weekend - celebrating the 400th anniversary of the first Thanksgiving.
Raynham - Blood Drive Fri - Sun, Nov 19 - 21, 7a - 3:15p. 275 New State Hwy.

Rockland - 10th Annual Fundraiser "Ode to Hockey" Sat, Nov 20, 8p. You’re invited to the South Shore Eagles 10th Annual Fundraising Event at PLAYERS SPORTS BAR & GRILLE,
86 VFW Drive. $10,000 RAFFLE will be drawn
$1,500 2nd & $500 3rd, winners need not be present. Get ready to party and dance!!! 
Music by DJ Kenny Norris. Appetizers will be served & cash bar available. Bring your cash for some amazing raffle baskets and prizes!
Prize will be awarded to the best dressed!

Rockland - Holiday Craft Fair Sat, Nov 20, 9a - 3p. Craft Vendors, White Elephant Gift Table, Bake Sale, Raffles and more! Masks required. 

Rockland - 20th Annual Fall Open Studios Sat & Sun, Nov 20 - 21, 12 - 5p. Join the 4th Floor Artists live & in person after over a year long hiatus due to the pandemic. We can’t wait to see you all & show you what we've been up to!
Check out over 60 artists as they open their working studios located in 2 buildings: Sandpaper Factory at 83 East Water St & ET Wright Building at 379 Liberty St. Get a jump on your holiday shopping, explore 2 historic buildings & support your local artisans! This is a free event with plenty of free parking.

Stoughton - Festival of Trees & Fall Fair Fri & Sat, Nov 19 - 20. Please join us for our annual Festival of Trees raffle & Fall Fair! Fri, 4 - 8p & Sat, 10a - 3p. This free event inside features raffles, crafts, 30+ vendors, food, baked goods, free children's activities, visit with Santa and The Young's Boutique! 

Taunton - Bristol-Plymouth CSC Crafty Fair Sat, Nov 20, 10a - 3p. The Bristol-Plymouth Community Service Club is hosting its annual craft fair . This fair has over 60 vendor & crafters selling all your shopping and gift giving needs.

Taunton - Downtown Holiday Pop-up Shoppe Sat & Sun through Dec 19. Downtown Taunton Foundation will again be hosting a Holiday Pop-up Shoppe in 2021! The shoppe will be open Saturdays, 10a - 4p and Sundays, 10a - 2p. The Shoppe will feature up to 33 vendors per weekend and will be housed at the former Taunton Gazette building, 5 Cohannett St. Shoppers will receive 1 complimentary raffle ticket for the Shoppe raffle which will be held the last day of the Shoppe, 12/19 at noon.

Walpole - The Civil War & Abolition: Walpole Connections (self-guided) Fri & Sat, Nov 19 & 20, dawn to dusk. This self-guided walk shares information on the start of the Civil War, Walpole’s response to the call to arms, stories of Civil War soldiers from Walpole, and information on the abolitionist movement and local abolitionists, including Francis W. Bird, the grandfather of the park’s namesake. Much of the information is based on the Walpole Historical Society’s recent publications, Civil War Soldiers – Walpole, Massachusetts by Susan Anderson and Charles Hardy and Abolitionists in Walpole, Massachusetts, 1830s-1862 by Charles W. Hardy with John Anderson and Roger Turner.
The walk is located by the park’s flagpole. The largest parking lot for the park is on Polley Lane (use “135 Polley Lane” for GPS). Free.

Weymouth - Illuminate Weymouth Sat, Nov 20, 5p. Our 3rd Annual Illuminate Weymouth will take place at Old South Union Church in Columbian Square. This special event focuses on the youth of our town and their ability to be that "little light" making a difference in the lives of many. The program features inspirational music and more. 
Guest speakers will help answer the question "Who illuminates your life?" and talk about our opportunity in our community to be a shining light, providing a powerful moment of gratitude and giving. Finally, the recipient of the "I'm Gonna Let it Shine" Award will be announced. This award honors an individual or organization that, through their actions, has touched the lives of many. It is a reminder that just one thoughtful act can change the lives of many.

Whitman - Knight of Columbus ANNUAL THANKSGIVING DINNER Sat, Nov 20th. Doors open at 11a & dinner served at 1p. The Knights of Columbus will again this year be hosting a wonderful Thanksgiving dinner for the Seniors of Whitman. This special day is an opportunity to meet up with old friends and make some new ones while enjoying a delicious turkey dinner generously provided by the Knights of Columbus.
Tickets will be available at the Senior Center and at the office at Harvard Court beginning November 8th. Although this event is FREE of charge, tickets are necessary in order to keep count of the numbers attending. Transportation to this dinner will be available. Please call Ext. 2 to schedule your ride!

Whitman - All Saints Church Harvest Fair Fri, Nov 19th, 4 - 7p & Sat, Nov 20th, 9a - 3p
44 Park Ave. (by the bandstand) Enjoy all the All Saints Church has to offer with their Harvest Fair featuring Christmas and Thanksgiving decorations, crafts, presents, antiques & collectibles, home baked goodies, jewelry, raffles, famous harvest soup, attic treasures, books, and more! For more information on this event, email Richard Tingblad at or call 781-447-6106.
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Easton - Art Co-op/Gallery Has Reopened Saturdays, 10a - 4. Easton Shovel Town Cultural District is happy to announce the re-opening of the Co-op/Gallery located at 50 Main Street (small cape house in the midst of Ames Shovelworks Project). We feature Fine Art in Paint and Photography, jewelry, wood turned items, including kitchen ready bowls, platters as well as gift items. New Artist, Mary Lu Love, will be featuring handmade baskets. Check us out on Facebook.

Whitman - DUVAL’S PHARMACY SUPPORTING DFS WITH FLU SHOT PROMOTION Duval’s Pharmacy is collaborating with Whitman & Hanson Dollars for Scholars to raise scholarship funds by offering a $5 donation to DFS for every flu shot given. Please let staff know your donation is going to Dollars for Scholars. Duval’s Pharmacy is located at 571 Washington St. They have been sponsoring scholarships through Dollars for Scholars since 1963.

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Brockton - HS ALUMNI WANTS YOU TO CELEBRATE RED AND BLACK NIGHT Fri, Nov 26, 6p. The Brockton High Alumni Association invites you to hear DJ Joe Lupica one of our own who will host the entertainment at Doyle’s Sidelines, 235 East Ashland St. Celebrate the Red and the Black in a casual environment and make requests of the songs you remember when you were at BHS.  This free event is to celebrate being back home for the holiday and enjoying the memories. BHS Alumni encourages you to also join us and get involved to where it all started.  We will have an information table, too so if you have any questions email Anne at or call 774-297-4939.  

Brockton - BROCKTON LIBRARY HOSTS LOCAL HAITIAN AUTHOR ON ZOOM Mon, Nov 29, 7 - 8p. The Brockton Public Library will Zoom in on local Haitian author, Joseph Policape through a registration  Learn about how this author uses a young man in this historical fiction “Where Do They Bury the Dead” to inform and entertain readers about the challenges of growing up during a dictatorship and witnessing poverty and violence on so many innocent victims and challenging this regiment.  A talented and well educated man you will not be disappointed in this story and you will want more.  This book and others are available for sale.  Please contact Pastor Policape for more information at 774-517-8525 or email him at