Abington - Meat Raffle! Sun, Nov 5th, 2p, 340 Centre St. Sponsored by Holbrook Rotary.

Attleboro - 2nd Annual Chili & Chowder Cook-off Sat, Nov 4, 6-9p, 887 S. Main St. Join us as local restaurants, public safety groups & novices compete to see who has the best chili & chowder around! All in attendance will vote for the coveted “People’s Choice” trophy’s! A panel of celebrity judges will help pick winners in each category. There will be a silent auction, music, 50/50 raffle with proceeds going to Special Olympics of Massachusetts and the FOP Response Trailer.

Bridgewater - be: social - Sing Us a Song You're the Piano Man Sat, Nov 4, 5p, 15 Cedar St. A gathering for adults with differing abilities filled with songs and celebration. $5 in advance, $10 at the door 508-274-3625
Bridgewater - Central Square Church Fair Nov 3 & 4: Fri, 6:30-8:30p -Pie & Coffee night & fair items. Sat, 9a-1p: Baked goods, jewelry, attic treasures, raffle baskets, rummage, crafts & gifts, harvest table. Sat, 11-1: Homemade soups and walking tacos, 71 Central Square. See link above to help out.
Brockton - Blue Knights 39th Annual Toy Ride Sun, Nov 5 registration 9:30a at Rt 44 Raynham Walmart, starts 11a, ends VFW post 1046 283 North Quincy St Brockton. Donation is $20/person ($30/2) or $ equivalent in new unwrapped toys for kids 6 & up, no plush/stuffed toys. Donation includes meal. To benefit Boys & Girls Club of Brockton & Cops for Kids w/ Cancer

Brockton - Canned Food Drive through November 19th during mall hours. Westgate Mall is hosting a canned food donation drive to benefit The Salvation Army of Brockton. We are gathering canned food items for donations for inclusion in Thanksgiving Baskets for families in need, as well as items to help stock the shelves of their food pantry. Drop items off at Fusion Dolls.

Brockton - Voices of Diversity Sat, Nov 4, 6-8p, 304 Main St. Celebrate the diversity of our city in an evening of Poetry, Music, and Community. Twelve poets presenting original poetry in the language of their heritage. FREE EVENT

Brockton - Art Speak and Sip Fri, Nov 3, 5:30-8p, Joe Angelo’s Cafe on Crescent St. n arts focused event designed to explore the possibilities of public art in Brockton by learning from those who have successfully executed projects locally and worldwide.
Bourne - Cape Cod Mini Camino 5K Walk-a-Thon Sat, Nov 4, 10a, Cape Cod Canal Train Bridge. Individual Registration $25 or make a team-awards for largest team and the team that raises the most money! Click here tcnebloom.org to register or donate now! All proceeds to benefit Adult & Teen Challenge New England’s Bloom - A Place for Girls

Canton - A Teachable Moment - The Art and Vision of Jeffrey Melzack Sun, Nov 5, 1:30-3:30p, 1060 Randolph St. Temple Beth David of the South Shore will host an art exhibition of the paintings of renowned artist, Jeffrey Melzack. The event is FREE, and light refreshments will be served. Registration is required.

East Bridgewater - Veterans Breakfast Sat, Nov 4, 11a-1p, 635 Plymouth St. Old Colony YMCA - EB and the town of EB are co-hosting a breakfast to honor our Veterans. In addition to breakfast, there will be a short presentation, so that we can share info about the various services available to our Veterans. We will also have an open discussion to hear from you, on how we can better serve you. FREE but please reserve a spot.
Easton - Picnic & Games at Langwater Farm Sat, Nov 4, 11a-2p, 215 Washington St. Picnic, outdoor games, & community with Life Rediscovered

Fall River - Art Gallery Open to the Public! Saturdays 5-8p & Sundays 1-4p, 80 Belmont St. Support your local artists, be sure to leave a message in the guest book!

Fall River - 32nd Annual Pancake Breakfast Sun, Nov 5, 8a-Noon, 251 Stonehaven Rd Diman Vocational Technical High School. Delicious pancakes and other breakfast favorites! All proceeds go to the Rotary Club of Fall River. Purchase tickets online or can be purchased from a Fall River Rotarian! Tickets will also be sold at the door. Adults: $12 Children under 10: $7

Halifax - Meet & Greet Fundraiser with the Comfort Dogs Sun, Nov 5, 10a-2p, Walmart. Come support the Halifax & Plympton Police Deptartments Comfort Dogs Program - come meet Aggie & Roxy! Treat table, games, K9 demo, Touch a Truck & try a K9 obstacle course! Donations accepted.
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Hanover - Display of Historic Uniforms from the Collection For the month of November, 665 Center St. The Hanover Historical Society will present a special display featuring a selection of the Historical Society’s original military uniforms from the Civil War, World War I, and World War II. The uniforms are made of wool or cotton, with metal buttons, & adorned with insignia and decorations, each one telling a different story. Worn by the military men & women from Hanover, and preserved by the Hanover Historical Society, these uniforms are tangible reminders of their service and sacrifice over the centuries.
Hanson - Holiday Gift Basket Sale Sat, Nov 4, 9:30a-2:30p, 132 Maquan St. Sale to support the Hanson Public Library Foundation for library programs. Over 200 gifts and baskets for all ages and desires, some starting as low as $5.00!

Hingham - Women's Walk at World's End Sun, Nov 5, 2-3p, Join experienced Trustees staff on an easy-to-moderate hike around the first World’s End drumlin with beautiful views of the coast. Great opportunity to get outside, meet other women who enjoy the outdoors, & share the joys of nature. Register here.
Mansfield - Friends of the Mansfield COA Holiday Craft Fair Sat, Nov 4, 10a-3p, 255 Hope St. Handmade items, baked goods, items for all ages!

Marshfield - Veterans Breakfast Sat, Nov 4, 9:30-11:30a, 665 Main St. All Veterans are invited to enjoy guest speakers & a complimentary buffet breakfast with coffee & juice. Cash bar is also available Veteran: Free | Non Veteran $20 Please RSVP to MRTCvote@gmail.com or text 781-690-1709. We appreciate and thank all of our Veterans for their service! Sponsored by the Marshfield Republican Town Committee.

Marshfield - Birding & Conversation Fri, Nov 4, 9-10a, 2000 Main St. Want to meet other birders and nature enthusiasts? Join us for coffee and lively conversation inside the North River Sanctuary Visitor Center on the first Friday of each month. Bring your binoculars as we usually get out on the trails following coffee hour.
Norwell - Women-Owned Business Pop Up Shopping Event Sun, Nov 5, 3-7p, 460 Main St. Celebrate the impressive local & women-owned businesses within our community. Refreshments ★ Raffles ★ Music ★ Free & Open to the Public!

Randolph - Randolph Pack the Pantry 5K Sat, Nov 4, 10a, 128 Pleasant St. A fun holiday run/walk hosted by the Randolph Runners to benefit the Friendly Food Pantry of Randolph. Register here. Prizes to top finishers.

Randolph - Fall Book Sale Sat, Nov 4, 10a-3p, 2 N. Main St. Come support Friends of the Turner Free Library’s bi-annual book sale.

Sharon - HIKE TO KING PHILIP’S CAVE/ROCK Sun, Nov 5, 1-3p. Will meet on King Philip Rd.
We will walk to King Philip’s cave and then to the rock. We will share historical information as well as information about nature.
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Stoughton - Holiday Craft Fair Fri & Sat, Nov 4, 4-8p; Nov 5, 9a-2p, 790 Washington St. *Local Artisans & Vendors*Holiday Gifts*Turkey Dinner (Friday only, dine in or take-out)*Raffles*Baked Goods*Homemade Soups (Hot on Friday, to-go on Saturday)*Hot Breakfast (Saturday Morning)

Wareham - Fall Holistic Psychic Fair Sat, Nov 4, 10a-5p, Elks Lodge 2855 Cranberry Hwy. Sponsored by The First Spiritualist Church of Onset
West Bridgewater - Working Moms Playgroup at Keeping Pace Saturdays, 9-10a. Being a parent is hard enough let alone returning back to work after maternity leave. We want to support you in this transition as you balance a work schedule, commute, childcare, and being a new mom. This group is targeted to new moms, singletons or multiples, and their babies, ages 0-9 months (no siblings please). To register visit www.keepingpace.org.
Upcoming Events:

West Bridgewater - 39th Annual Fall Holiday Craft Fair Sun, Nov 12, 10a-3p, WBMSHS. Shuttles available from Howard School, library and senior center, $2 admission.

East Bridgewater - Holiday Craft Fair -Fri Nov 17, 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm. Sat Nov 18, 9 am - 2 pm Union Congregational Church, 105 Pleasant St. Crafts, Attic Treasures, Cheese Station, Jewelry, Snack Bar, Raffles, Silent Auction, Heavenly Confections

Bridgewater - "Meet The Author" Book Launch Party, with Author / Attorney Adelene Ellenberg Sat, Nov. 18, 11a-3p at the Bridgewater Public Library, 15 South St. Signed Books for Sale: Cash / Check Only. Or order from AdeleneEllenberg.com. Food, Fun, Friends, Raffles. ALL WELCOME

Brockton - Brockton Arts cordially invites you and your friends to an Artist Reception at ENSO Flats , 50 Center St on Sat Nov 18, from 5- 10p. We are celebrating two exhibitions! One is entitled “Perspectives: Art from the Area and Across the U.S.” located in Gallery West which is curated by Rolly Blanchette and “Toward the Light” located in Gallery East which is curated by Jamaal Eversley. The fine art is beautiful and the galleries look tremendous. And there is more. There will be live music and refreshments all around and even a glass of wine.
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