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Abington - Mixed Evergreen Wreath Sat, Nov 27, 6p. Using a mix of Holiday Evergreens we will create a fresh 24" wreath w/custom bow. Bow making demonstration included. Please call to sign up: 781-878-1306. All supplies included. Gloves recommended.

Attleboro - Love is Born: 2021 Festival of Lights Nov 25th - Jan 2, 2022. Included is the light display, International Creche Museum, Food Court/Cafeteria, Snack Bar - Hot Chocolate/Cider - Clopper the Donkey - Carousel AND MORE!

Fri - Sun, Nov 26 - 28, 12 - 6p. Join us for our First Winter Market on Stockwell Drive featuring 25+ artisans. Food Trucks!

Brockton - GIFT SHOP AT BROCKTON PUBLIC LIBRARY OPEN MORE DAYS The Brockton Library Foundation Gift Shop, located at 304 Main St inside the Brockton Main Library will be open from now on Saturdays 10-2 & 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.

Brockton - BROCKTON LIBRARY FOUNDATION OFFERS LOTS OF FREE FUN FOR HOLIDAYS Sat, Nov 27, 10a. There will be an art exhibit in the Driscoll Gallery, artist Ed Bray selling gift ideas & holiday cards, the book store will be open and free wrapping that day, too.  Kids craft activities will take place with Brockton Garden Club and D W Field Park Assoc. and hot chocolate and snacks will be available along with the “The Grinch” cartoon and Whoville train set up and going strong.  There will be Massasoit Community College Performers and a DJ where you can sing along.  Just to mention a few.  All this is free and goes on till 4.  Call 774-297-4939.

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. or 774-297-4939.  

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 - Community Holiday Celebration & Parade Sat, Nov 27, 10a - 4p, City Hall Plaza. The Downtown Business Association in conjunction with the City of Brockton is holding a day-long celebration. A marketplace with food vendors and local businesses along with performances on two different stages. The Holiday Parade steps off at 1p and ends at City Hall Plaza-Amphitheater. The Hallamore Clysdale’s, Brockton Fire Department, Brockton Police Department, Brockton High School Band, and BHS ROTC will be marching in a scaled-down parade. For more information go to the Downtown Business Association’s website and Facebook Page for updates on performers.

Brockton - 20th Annual Project Guardian Angels Toy Drive Fri - Sun through Dec 5, 10a - 7p. Westgate Mall is pleased to host the Brockton Police Department's 20th Annual Project Guardian Angels Toy Drive. Requested items include new toys (unwrapped), wrapping paper, non-perishable food items, gift certificates, coats, hats and gloves (new or cleaned). Shoppers can drop-off donations at the truck located in the parking lot near Burlington.

Brockton - Organ Dedication Concert at Christ Congregational Church Sun, Nov. 28, 3p, 1350 Pleasant St. Celebrating the completion of the church's Austin Organ, with guest organists Sylvia Berry, Leonardo Ciampa and Peter Sykes.
Building is handicapped accessible; all parking in the rear, free. Refreshments following. For more information, call 508-586-3022.


Canton - Winterlights at The Bradley Estate Fri - Sun, Nov 26 - 28, 4:30 - 8:30p. Winterlights is back! Join us for a magical outdoor experience at the Bradley Estate as it sparkles with thousands of shimmering and artfully designed holiday lights. Bring the whole family for a fun and safe outdoor experience. Winterlights runs Wednesday through Sunday each week from the Friday after Thanksgiving through January 9th. Winterlights at The Bradley Estate is presented by Citizens Bank. Advanced purchase of timed tickets is required (one ticket needed per person). Tickets will not be sold on site. Ticket time represents your arrival window, please arrive during this time.
Canton - The Akillian Gallery Presents Tomas Alejo Now through Dec 10, 10a - 4p. Now on display at The Akillian Gallery, the Tomas Alejo exhibition displays a selection of photographs in recognition of National Native American Heritage Month. Tomas Alejo (Chicano/Huasteca) is a photographer and clinical social worker.

Duxbury - Thanksgiving Time at Alden House Sat, Nov 27, 12p. Explore New England Thanksgiving traditions and learn about holiday foods with colonial food expert Stacy Booth on tours of Alden House. This program will be held in-person and includes activities for kids. $8 adults; $5 kids and students.

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 - Blood Drive Sat, Nov 27, 7a - 12p. Tri Town Masonic Lodge, 38 Franklin St.

Easton - Easton Festival of Trees Weekends, Nov 27 - Dec 12, times vary. Easton Charitable Trust, Inc. is a non-profit organization whose sole purpose is to provide financial support to individuals or groups representing outstanding values or charitable needs. The Festival Board of Directors is committed to continuing this honored tradition, and we are excited to be back in person at The Easton Country Club, 265 Purchase St. All trees are donated by local residents, merchants, and organizations, resulting in an impressive variety of themes and designs. The Festival of Trees is the ECT’s largest fundraiser and your support will be crucial in achieving our mission, as proceeds will be distributed to a variety of local non-profit groups working towards the improvement and enrichment of Southeastern Massachusetts community.
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!

Halifax - Halifax Congregational Church Christmas Bazaar Sat, Nov 27th, 9a - 2p, 503 Plymouth St. We will be hosting several crafters. Some items being offered include handmade soaps, handmade crafts, hand painted pictures and other art work, handmade soy candles, handcrafted jewelry, beautiful decorated lighted bottles, lighted snowmen and much more. There will be a Missions table with items handmade/donated by church members to help support our “Help Save the Steeple” Project. We will also be having a White Elephant Room and wonderful raffles for you to win. You don’t want to miss out on our delicious homemade baked items and our popular cookie walk which offers a large assortment of fresh baked cookies to choose from. We will be serving our Christmas luncheon starting at 11a which will include various sandwiches & soups, along with other selections.

Hingham - Family Chores at Weir River Farm Sat, Nov 27, 9 - 9:45a. It’s morning at Weir River Farm, and we have work to do! Join us for our unique Family Farm Chores program held on Saturdays. Get on your muck boots: your whole family will get to be farmers together! Help feed Nutmeg and Kiwi, the ponies, Ruby, the llama, and Dixie the potbelly pig. Collect eggs from our flock of chickens, and maybe even help mooooove the cows to a new pasture. This is a immersive, hands-on experience best suited for families—adults and children alike will get to try their hand at a variety of tasks.

Hull - Clash of Cultures: Post-Thanksgiving Walking Tour Fri, Nov 26, 10a. Join us in this Post-Thanksgiving, calorie burning tour as we explore the clash of cultures between Europeans and Native Americans that met here so long ago.
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Middleboro - The Shane Gives Thanks, Inc. - Food Pantry Sun, Nov 28th, 10a - 12p, 12 Station St. On the last Sunday of the month, The Shane Gives Thanks, Inc. - Food Pantry will be hosting at the VFW Middleboro Post; a veterans’ only pantry. If a veteran lives on the South Shore, please have them bring their military documentation and a Photo ID. Please bring your own bags/boxes for your food. For more information please contact Shane Gives Thanks at 508.866.7673.

Middleboro - 61st Annual MIDDLEBORO CHRISTMAS PARADE Sat, Nov 27, 1 - 3p.
The Christmas Parade Committee is pleased to announce that the theme for this year’s Middleborough Christmas Parade will be “Making Spirits Bright.” The parade will begin from the Burkland School, continue up Mayflower Ave to Courtland St, around Station St, down Centre St, continue to South Main St and return to the Burkland School. If you have questions, feel free to call Greg & Jen Thomas, Christmas Parade Organizers, at (508) 243-2920

Norwell - A Christmas Carol Fri - Sun, Nov 26th – Dec 19th, F & S 7:30 - 9:30p, Sun 3 - 5p. The Company Theatre is proud to bring back a joyous South Shore holiday tradition, our signature production of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. Three spirits visit the miserly Scrooge on Christmas Eve and whisk him away on a journey through memories of his past and glimpses of his future. In one haunted evening, Scrooge sees the error of his ways and repents just in time for a glorious Christmas morning. Charming storybook sets, ghostly special effects, and beautiful holiday music conjure up new holiday merriment for theater-goers young and young at heart. The Company Theatre recommends that all patrons wear masks during indoor performances.

Pembroke - Gallery Open House Fri, Nov 26, 5 - 8p. Photography work in various mediums- print, metal, and vinyl. Photography items will be for sale. Great opportunity to pick up holiday gifts. 8x10 matted prints, 11x14 matted prints, framed prints, metal prints, notecards, and calendars.

Plymouth - Family Bingo Sat, Nov 27, 1p. Come join us for our first Family Bingo Event! Light refreshments will be provided during the event. Enjoy a night where you can win some cool prizes! This event is FREE with pre-registration. Donations will be accepted at the event for our Manomet Youth Center and Scholarship Fund.

Plymouth - Turkey Trot n' Waddle Fri, Nov 26, 10a. Roll out of your post-Thanksgiving food coma and get your waddle on! Join us for a 2 mile trot or waddle (your choice). This year, we will be making a few changes to the logistics of the event in accordance with COVID-19 guidelines. But don’t worry, Wildlands staff & volunteers will be there to guide you! Select a "Trot" ticket if you intend to run the course, and a "Waddle" ticket if you intend to walk. Check-in will begin at 10a, with all participants gathering at Davis-Douglas Farm. Groups will leave in intervals from DDF, and will complete an approximately 2 mile course set in our neighboring Embry preserve. We will provide you with your group name and start time at check-in! Snacks and beverages will be provided for your post walk enjoyment at Davis-Douglas Farm. Wildlands will also be orchestrating a local food drive. Please bring any non-perishable foods to the event, where we will have a designated drop-off area.

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.

Plymouth - Dried Orange Garland & Ornaments Sat, Nov 27, 6 - 7:30p. Learn how to make your own dried citrus garland and ornaments. Whether you choose oranges, grapefruit or lemons, your garland and ornaments will bring a special Yuletide touch for the holidays. Orange garland represents the hope for the sunlight to return after winter solstice. Cranberries, sprigs of evergreen, pine cones, and cinnamon sticks can be decorated with the pieces to personalize to your liking. Refreshments and drinks will be served as well. Workshop is guaranteed to the first 12 people. We offer a complimentary hot tea bar too!
Raynham - Blood Drive Fri - Sun, Nov 26 - 28, 7a - 3:15p. 275 New State Hwy.

Raynham - SJ's Creative Crafts 2nd Annual Memorial Craft Show Sat, Nov 27th, 10a - 3p, Stone Church, 785 S Main St. A Parkinson's Foundation Fundraiser. After adding a second room to our event, our show now features over 20 local crafters!!! We are SO EXCITED to see everyone! Get your holiday shopping done, or to find yourself a well deserved treat!! 

Rockland - Pop-up Shopping Sat, Nov 27, 11a - 4p. 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. Park on either side of the building and enter through the front porch. There will be a map of who's open waiting for you in the front lobby. 

Rockland - Rockland Winter Markets Small Business Saturday Sat, Nov 27, 10a - 2p. Come over to the Community Center Gym to support small businesses in our community. We will have warm food from a food truck outside and plenty of hand crafters, makers, artists, chefs and more. We will also have face painting.

Stoughton - Cooking Class with Steve Sat, Nov 27, 6 - 10p. Limited seats available, enjoy learning new cooking techniques while tasting great food. The cost of the class is $25. which includes a copy of my digital cookbook and a cooking demonstration of 2 different recipes.

Taunton - Small Business Saturday Sat, Nov 27, 10a - 4p. Shop Local at the OCHM! Start your holiday shopping in the heart of The Christmas City at Old Colony History Museum! Check out our gift shop for the history buff on your list. Specials for Small Business Saturday in-store only.

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, at noon.

Wollaston - South Shore Sights & Lights Holiday Trolley Tour - Adults Only Fri, Nov 26 - Jan 2, 2022. Limited space is available and on a first come, first served basis for ticket sales. The tour begins at WOLLASTON TRAIN STATION. We will let you know exactly where to meet the trolley via email. Check out some of the South Shore's most beautiful holiday light displays, listen to music, sing songs, and make new friends! We will travel through a few towns with beautiful displays, with the potential for a few surprise detours! Halfway through the trip, we will arrive at a dining establishment where all guests can grab a drink or 2! There will also be a full bar and appetizers/ other menu options available to all guests! The price of your ticket will ALSO include a beverage at the establishment where we stop.

Walpole - The Civil War & Abolition: Walpole Connections (self-guided) Fri - Sun, Nov 26 - 28, 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.

Whitman - Stories with Mrs Claus Saturdays through Dec 18, 1 - 3p. This year we wanted to continue our Christmas Tradition of writing letters to Santa while enjoying beloved Christmas Stories. Join Mrs. Claus in her living room at the North Pole for cocoa, cookies and stories. Make sure to bring your letter for Santa and bring a toy for another family who is in need this holiday season as we are partnering with the Whitman Police Station to spread holiday cheer. 
Tickets are limited so make sure to register here.
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6 Big Reasons Why You Should Shop Small Every Day

The Small Business Administration (SBA) reports 28 million small businesses operating in the U.S. alone. And since 1995, those small businesses have generated 66% of all new jobs in the United States. Small businesses are a big deal.

1. Small businesses give back (more) to your community.
According to Civic Economics, “on average, 48% of each purchase at local independent businesses is recirculated locally, compared to less than 14% of purchases at chain stores.”

2. Small businesses make a major economic impact. More than half of the U.S.’s jobs since 1995 were created by small businesses.

3. Small businesses provide better customer service.

4. Small businesses provide greater access to product diversity
Small businesses have just as much access to vendors (who also determine pricing, not stores) that big box businesses do. If a small business doesn’t have the products you want or need, ask them – they’re also usually much more receptive and willing to order them for you.

5. Small businesses create a sense of community.
You’re much more likely to get to know a small business owner in your neighborhood. According to a study conducted by Trulia and noted in Forbes, the second most popular desire amongst urbanites is a stronger sense of community – number one being more local restaurants.

6. You’re going to feel good!

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.

Coming Soon:

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

Bridgewater - Bridgewater Garden Club Greens Sale Sat, Dec 4, 9a - 12p @ BTV Studio, 80 Spring St. Come show your support for the Bridgewater Garden Club at their annual greens sale featuring decorated wreaths, fresh greens, arrangements, and more!

Berkley - Taunton Civic Chorus to Perform after Two Year Hiatus Sun, Dec 5, 5p, Berkley Congregational Church. TCC is excited to announce it will be presenting Together at Christmas, a combination of traditional and comical pieces for all ages. Music Director Matthew Haynes said the concert is the story of hope. Some of the pieces to be performed include “Merry Christmas Darling,” “Yes Virginia, There’s a Santa Claus,” “Cartoon Christmas,” “A Bit of Holiday Cheer,” and an audience favorite, “Silent Night.” The concert will take place at Berkley Congregational Church, 13 So. Main St. For more information, contact TCC at, or visit website.