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Abington - Abington Community Craft Fair hosted by Friends of Abington Seniors Sat, Oct 29, 10a - 3p. 11th Annual Craft Fair featuring Holiday Home Decor, Hand Painted Gifts and Ornaments, The Gifted Heart, LMP Soaps, Emma's Way Gardens, Exotic Wood Items, Table Toppers and Runners,Wampum Jewelry, Scentsy, Tupperware, Tastefully Simple, Glass and Silverware Windchimes, Epicure, Musical Instrument Lamps, Robin's Homespun Creations, Local Honey and Honey Products, and SO MUCH MORE! 

Attleboro - Nature in Your Neighborhood Sat, Oct 29, 10 - 11:30a. Nature is all around us, and wildlife sanctuaries offer amazing opportunities to see what can be found right in our own backyards. Join us at Oak Knoll on a sensory rich exploration along the trails. We'll play trail games, look for interesting wildlife, and all participants will have a chance to take home resources to further their exploration of the natural world. This program is supported in part by a grant from the Attleboro Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.

Attleboro - Zoo Boo Spectacular Fri, Oct 28, 6 - 9p. Capron Park Zoo's annual Halloween event that is fun for the whole family. Games, prizes, candy, spooky decorations, and more. You can purchase tickets at the zoo or by visiting the Zoo Boo page on our site.

Avon - APL After Hours: Ghosts of the Southcoast Fri, Oct 28, 7:30p. Weisberg will be here to tell us all about the most well-known ghosts of Southeastern Massachusetts. From the spirits of British loyalists in Wareham's Fearing Tavern to the ghastly goings-on at the Lizzie Borden Bed & Breakfast in Fall River, this talk will examine some of the South coast's most infamous ghost stories. All are welcome to register for this program, but the subject matter may be frightening to some. Registration is required. Call 508-583-0378.

Bridgewater - Community Breakfast Sat, Oct 29, 8 - 11a. Proceeds will benefit the 2022 Holiday Programs of the VFW Auxiliary 2125. Pancakes, French Toast, Scrambled eggs, Bacon and Homefries. Apple and orange juice, milk, coffee or tea. Under 2 years of age and veterans with valid ID eat for free. Raffles.

Bridgewater - Trunk or Treat at Great Rock Church Sat, Oct 29, 2p. Come join us for some trick or treating at Great Rock Church South Shore! There will be plenty of cars all decorated for the Halloween season ready to pass out candy to kids of all ages! There will also be a jumpy house, live music, and Pucker Up Lemonade Co. will be there! 

Bridgewater - Annual Fall Fair Sat, Oct 29th, 9a - 3p. Lunch: 11a - 1p, Trinity Episcopal Church, 91 Main St. Vendors, Raffles, Silent Auction, Theme Baskets, Jewelry, Giftware, Crafts, Baked Goods
Any questions contact Judy Guasconi or Darlene LaFrance.
Bridgewater - Epic Proportions Various dates/times through Sat, Oct 29, Rondileau Campus Center Auditorium. A play by Larry Coen and David Crane. Set in the 1930s, EPIC PROPORTIONS tells the story of two brothers, Benny and Phil, who go to the Arizona desert to be extras in a Biblical epic. Things move quickly in this riotous comedy and soon Phil is promoted to director and Benny is the leading man! Additionally they both fall in love with the assistant director who is pulling double-duty as the co-star. Along the way there are gladiator battles, the Ten Plagues and a cast of thousands portrayed by four other actors.

Bridgewater - Tony Andrade October Gallery Exhibit Now through Mon, Oct 31, During library hours. Stop by the Flora T. Little Art Gallery throughout the month of October to see Two Views One Artist: Recent Paintings.

Brockton - Movie Night Sat, Oct 29, 6p. Movie Night with our new Screen & Projector! Bring a Blanket or Chair and enjoy an evening watching a Classic!

Brockton - FCR Inc's Walk for Survivor Safety Sat, Oct 29, 9:30a - 2p. We are back at DW Field Park! Join FCR and Honorary Chair Chief Brenda Perez, Brockton Police Department on October 29, 2022 for our annual family friendly walk in the park to raise awareness and support for survivors of domestic violence! Learn more here.

Brockton - BROCKTOBERFEST 2022 Sat, Oct 29. Black Owned Brockton in collaboration with Adius Arts Initiative & Brockton Beer is hosting BrocktoberFest 2022. Brocktoberfest is an outdoor community celebration welcoming all to showcase the regions diversity and camaraderie via performances, live art, exhibits, crafts, and of course food, fashion, and music. 

Brockton - Teen Movie Night: Hocus Pocus Sat, Oct 29th, 3p. October's Teen Movie Hocus Pocus will have you in for a fright! Popcorn will be provided. Contact: Nicole O'Brien, 508-894-1424.

Brockton - PetSpook Halloween Parade Sun, Oct 30, 11a - 3p. Small - Medium and Large well-trained doggies welcomed to parade with Ash Street Park Association. Dress up your pets in funny, spooky, heroic costumes and get ready to show off! Treat for doggies and more.

Brockton - Halloween Adult Costume Party Sun, Oct 30, 9p. Join us for a night of adult costumed fun! Prizes will be awarded for the top 3 costumes! Music by Boston's own DJ Finess.

Carver - Carver Haunted House Fri & Sat, through Oct 29, 6 - 9p. Carver Recreation Committee excited to present the Second Annual Carver Haunted House! Tickets are sold at the door. Cash only. With a longer walk-through and new scenes— even returning victims won't know what's lurking around the next corner... Brave souls of all ages are welcome at the Creepy Old Fire Station in Carver... but it may be too scary for some of the littlest ones.
Dartmouth - Scenic Songs: A Hiking Concert with Mark Erelli Sat, Oct 29, 2:30 - 5:30p. Calling all hiking enthusiasts and music lovers! Join Mark Erelli on the trail at Slocum’s River Reserve for an intimate live music experience in a stunning natural setting. This unplugged and acoustic show is a unique opportunity to enjoy live music in community and nature. Trail snacks provided. The hike will be a 1.5-mile easy walk with few moderate inclines, compact dirt, and exposed roots. Our Outdoor Educators will take stops for snacks and to talk about local plant species. We will hike as a group from the parking lot and make our way to Angelica’s Overlook, where views of Slocum’s River will be the backdrop to Mark Erelli’s unplugged set.

Dartmouth - Halloween Weekend Stroll at the Lloyd Center Sat, Oct 29, 9 - 11a. Halloween looms, but nothing to fear here, just a crisp autumn morning stroll similar to the previous event, only under likely colder temperatures and more vibrant foliage. Focus on birding! Waterfowl have increased in the estuary and the feeders are active with fall/winter residents. Take in wildlife and natural features on the property.

East Bridgewater - East Bridgewater YMCA Fall Festival Sat, Oct 29, 1 - 3p. Join us for a fun afternoon of fall activities. Hay bale bowling, bowling, Ropes course, popcorn, bobbing for ducks, craft table, gaga ball, bounce house, Costume contest.
Easton - Halloween Parade Sun, Oct 30, 4p. Join us for a howling good time at this year's Halloween Parade hosted by the Easton Food Pantry with the support of our sponsors Easton Savings Bank and Roche Bros. of Easton. Children of all ages (and their families) are invited to show off their Halloween costumes as we parade around Easton ending with trick-or-treat candy at the food pantry tent. Leashed, friendly pets and small floats are also welcome. Want to get in on the fun? Meet us on Barrows Street in front of the Easton Council on Aging precisely at 4p to line up to walk in the parade. The parade will begin at 4p, starting from Barrow Street, down to Day St, to Sheridan St, to Park St, through Frothingham Park, and back to Barrow St.

Easton - Easton Historical Society Annual Meeting Sun, Oct 30, 2 - 4p, Queset House, 51 Main St. All are welcome! (508) 238-7774.

Easton - Trunk or Treat Sat, Oct 29, 2p.

Fall River - Myth Busters: Lore and Magic in Copycat Woods Fri, Oct 28, 6 - 8p. Superstitions have long surrounded Copicut Woods, and rumors of witchcraft and other paranormal activity circulate the property to this day. Join us on Halloween weekend as we explore the history of Copicut’s local lore. This guided hike will travel through an abandoned farm settlement and the 150-year-old stone-wall-lined Miller Lane. Hikers can expect to hear spooky stories, learn about local wildlife, and discuss how our relationship to nature intersects with Halloween themed lore and legends. Best for ages 12+. Hiking trails are flat, with plenty of exposed roots and rocks. Participants are encourage to bring their own flashlights if needed. Hiking-friendly costumes are welcomed.
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Halifax - Halloween Night Hike Fri, Oct 28th, 6 - 8p, 165 Thompson St. Wildlands Trust is hosting a spooky night hike to kick off the halloween weekend! Paul Vicino from Striar Conservancy will be leading hikers on a 2 hour, 2 mile trail exploration after dark and reciting local ghost lore. This event is for ages 8 and up. No pets are allowed. Advanced registration is required and tickets prices start at $5. All proceeds of this event will benefit the Wildlands Trust, a non for profit organization working to conserve and permanently protect native habitats throughout the southeastern Massachusetts area. Spaces are limited!

Halifax - Kids' Halloween Bash Fri, Oct 28, 4 - 6p. Get your costumes on & come welcome in the Halloween weekend at Soul Purpose. We will be having loads of fun, doing kids crafts + Halloween activities, and even have a visit from the Sanderson Sisters from Hocus Pocus for some pictures! Ages 3+ || Parents must accompany children. Sign up.

Hanover - Stories & Stones, Strange & Unusual: A Tour of Hanover Center Cemetery Sat, Oct 29th, 4p. There are hundreds of burial sites, gravestones, and stories to be found in Hanover’s historic Center Cemetery. Deaths curious and unique, gravestones with strange skeletal faces and portrait carvings, unusual occurrences and mysteries, they can all be found there. Join the Historical Society for a tour through the Center Cemetery, exploring some of the more unique gravestones and unusual stories from Hanover’s past. The tour will meet at the Cemetery Entrance across Main Street from the First Congregational Church at 4p and will last approximately one hour.

Hanover - Annual Halloween Parade Sun, Oct 30, 11a. Dress up in your favorite costume and join the HHS band as we parade around the school, followed by some music and entertainment. Goody bags are handed out. Each child is asked to please bring a non-perishable food item for the Hanover Food Pantry.

Hanover - Starland's 2022 Halloween Spooktacular Sat, Oct 29, 4 - 7p. South Shore ghouls and gals, it’s time to get spooky! Clear your plans for Starland’s annual Halloween Spooktacular! This annual all-ages and family-friendly event is perfect for the whole family! Each ticket includes unlimited access to inflatables, discounted attractions in Starland’s Fun Park, a dance party with DJ, games, costume contest participation, and trick-or-treating in Starland’s Fun Park. Come prepared to show off and take plenty of pics!

Hanover - Canine Fitness Weekend Sat & Sun, Oct 29 - 30, 9a - 4p. A weekend filled with various canine fitness workshops, to register for, covering a variety of levels. Workshops taught by April Pelletier CVT CCFT FPMT. Please be prepared to work your dog out of the car for certain portions of these workshops. Some portions will be done as a group and others will be done individually. Your dog should be able to work in a room with other dogs (on leash).

Hingham - Fall Foliage Bike and Sip Sun, Oct 30, 1 - 4p. Bring your bicycle and join us for a cycling adventure! This excursion will take us through beautiful Whitney and Thayer Woods and Wompatuck State Park, where we’ll be immersed in the numerous colors of changing leaves as we cycle under the tree canopies. After, we’ll head over to Weir River Farm for a picnic lunch and adult beverages.

Hingham - Afternoon Kayak Tour at World's End Fri, Oct 28, 2:30 - 5p. The Trustees is partnering with North & South Rivers Watershed Association to offer guided kayak tours this fall! Launching out of World’s End in Hingham, these adventures will provide participants with a fun & worthwhile outdoor experience. Discover local & natural history, travel the scenic coastline of this amazing property, experience nature up close, learn kayaking skills, all while enjoying views of the Boston skyline in the distance. Each program will be run by the NSRWA’s professional guide who is a certified American Red Cross Lifeguard and Wilderness First Responder. All experience levels welcome.

Hingham - Not-So-Spooky Scavenger Hunt at Weir River Farm Sun, Oct 30, 10 - 11:30a. Calling all ghouls and boys! Come dressed in costume if you dare and join us for a scavenger hunt. We’ll listen to a tale of Halloween Night followed by a scavenger hunt through the Witch’s Woods in search of haunted hideaways, yummy treats and things that go bump in the night! Our festive trail will be filled with tricks and treats, sure to delight!

Holbrook - Pack 56 Truck or Treat Fri, Oct 28, 6:30 - 8p. JOIN US FOR SOME HALLOWEEN FUN! Also, If you'd like to be a part of the festivities and decorate a car please email.
Kingston - Misery Fri - Sun, through Oct 30, various times. True Rep will be keeping audiences in suspense with Stephen King’s classic thriller Misery, adapted for the stage by William Goldman. Paul Sheldon, a successful romance writer, is saved, following a car accident on a snowy night, by Annie Wilkes, his “number one fan.” As she nurses him to health, while waiting for the roads to clear, Paul begins to realize that his number one fan is unhinged, and a terrifying game of cat and mouse unfolds as Paul tries to outsmart his capture. For more information, please visit Tickets may be purchased on the website or at the door.

Lakeville - Cars, Coffee & Boats Sat, Oct 29, 10a - 2p. Cars coffee and boats......bring your muscle cars and hotrods and check out some killer boat builds.

Marshfield - Hollowed Harvest Through Oct 30, 6:00p. Experience the spooky family-fun of Halloween at the Hollowed Harvest! The Hollowed Harvest brings to life more than 7,000 incredible Jack-O'-Lanterns creating stunning landscapes and larger-than-life structures designed to amaze audiences of all ages! NEW THIS YEAR: Experience our all-new Jack-O'-Lantern tunnel, get up close and personal with our intricately carved organic pumpkins and enjoy the fun all season long with our new season pass!

Middleboro - Middleboro Historical Museum Open Saturdays through October, 1 - 4p. Celebrating 100 years of preserving Middleboro's unique history! Help us mark this special event by visiting our exhibits this summer!

Middleboro - Trunk OR Treat Sat, Oct 29, 6 - 8p. Bring your little Goblins for a SPOOKTACULAR fun filled trick or treating EXPERIENCE! $10 Donation per Family. Vote for your favorite Trunk. Costumes encouraged for EVERYONE.

Middleboro - Harvest Festival Sat, Oct 29, 3 - 5p. Mark you calendars for this FREE Fall event! Families of all ages are welcome to attend! Come dressed up in your not so scary costumes. We will have games, crafts, live music, hayrides, a trunk or treat and more!

Milton - KIDLEIDOSCOPE Fri, Oct 28, 10 — 11a. Join us for nature crafts and nature facts! Each week we will feature a different nature theme and a craft on that theme. Suitable for ages 4-10 with an adult.

New Bedford - Boo at the Zoo Sat & Sun through Oct 30, 10a - 5p.

Norwell - Halloween on the Common Sat, Oct 29, 1p. Join us for Norwell's favorite Halloween tradition. Free for the entire family and hosted by the Norwell Women's Club. The event is great for all ages and includes: Pumpkin Decorating, Contest (with awesome prizes), Costume Parade,
(Table) Trick-or-Treating, Selfie Station.

Pembroke - Spirits of Center Cemetery Fri, Oct 28, 6 - 7:30p. Sponsored by the Pembroke Historical Society, join us as we reach back into Pembroke’s early history to share the tales of those dearly departed souls whose mortal remains lie in peace in Pembroke Center Cemetery. Or...perhaps not all in peace, as we will soon learn. Take a spooky walk through Pembroke's oldest graveyard, full of historical tales and ghostly stories. All proceeds support the Pembroke Historic Society. This walking tour will take place at twilight and will include a walk on uneven ground in low light through the Pembroke Center Cemetery. Flashlights will be provided. Ages 7 and up.

Plymouth - Drug Take Back Day Sat, Oct 29, 10a - 2p. Plymouth County Outreach in collaboration with the Plymouth Youth Development Collaborative, the Plymouth Fire Department, and the Plymouth Police Department, will be hosting two drug take back day events. Stop by with your unused or expired prescription medications, sharps, or vapes, and receive free Narcan, Deterra, resources, and more!

Plymouth - Redbrook's Fall Frolic 5K and Fun Run Sun, Oct 30, 9:30a - 12p. Redbrook's first ever Fall Frolic 5K & Fun Run is happening at The Kennard Barn at Redbrook. The kids Fun Run will begin at 9:30a and the 5K is planned to begin at 10a. Both runs will begin at The Kennard Barn. All proceeds from our Fall Frolic will benefit Redbrook's Giving Tree - we thank you for your support! This event is open to anyone who would like to join. There is something for everyone – the 5K (that travels through the historic and beautiful A.D. Makepeace Co. cranberry bog roads here at Redbrook) and the one-mile Fun Run for the younger kids (ages 5-15). We will have face painting there for the kids and food and beverages will be available for all participants.
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Plympton - 4th Annual Plympton Trunk or Treat Sun, Oct 30, 3:30 - 5:30p. PAYS ANNUAL TRUNK OR TREAT is back for it's 4th year, and we are looking for volunteers to make this another successful event! We have some special surprises planned this year, so don't miss it. Dennett Elementary School.

Rockland - Halloween Party Fri, Oct 28, 7 - 11p. Please join us at our annual Adult Halloween Party! 

Stoughton - Trunk-or-Treat Sat, Oct 29, 10a - 12p. Join us for this years Spook-Tacular Trunk-or-Treat Event!

Stoughton - Trunk-Or-Treat Fri, Oct 28, 5 - 7p. Trunk-or-Treat in the YMCA parking lot! Kids can trick or treat a line-up of trunks or tailgates full of goodies. Staff will monitor the event to prevent over crowding. We are looking for volunteers to decorate their trunk (not required) and pass out goodies! Contact Kristin Jones 781-341-2016x257 for more info.

Raynham - First Annual Trike-O-Treat Fri, Oct 28th, 5p, 200 Paramount Dr. Cadence Academy Preschool Raynham is hosting their first annual Trike-O-Treat, a biking fundraiser to help St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. This event will be available to participate in both in person and virtually—everyone is welcome to bike for the cause! This event requires registration, email or call (508) 823-7480 to register.

Taunton - Spooktacular: Spooky Circus Fri, Oct 28, 5 - 7:30p. Step right up for the biggest event of the year. Come in costume and enjoy (not so) Spooky Circus themed activities! Join us for an evening of safe Halloween fun! Full of tricks AND treats for all ages.

Taunton - Ben's Fund Annual Chili Bowl Sun, Oct 30, 12 - 4p. Are you ready for the best chili competition around??? "The Pines" at the Lafayette Club, 18 Lakeview Ave. Tickets sold only at the door this year. There will also be an amazing raffle table!! Email with any questions!

Taunton - Halloween Movies Under The Stars - Nightmare Before Christmas Sat, Oct 29, 5:45p. Halloween Costumes Encouraged! Free for the whole Community!. Just bring blankets and folding Chairs. Great Food, Pizza, Fresh Seafood, Jumbo Pretzels, Fried Dough Sundaes, Hot Chocolate, Popcorn and much more will be available. We pay all copyright fees, so outside food/beverages are not permitted.
Taunton - Downtown Pumpkin Extravaganza Now through Mon, Oct 31, 5 - 8p. Downtown Taunton is the place to be in October! Head to Liberty & Union Park on Halloween Weekend to walk through our festive & fun Pumpkin Extravaganza! Pumpkins will be lit each evening from dusk until 8p . Admission is free and open to the public! Love carving pumpkins? Enter yours into this fun community contest! A panel of judges will award ribbons for Cutest, Scariest, Most Creative, and more! Anyone can enter for free. Email to register and get the guidelines.

West Bridgewater - Lions Club 80's Party Sat, Oct 29th, 6 - 10p, Canoe Club Ballroom. WB Lions Club 75th Anniversary & WB Bicentennial Celebration. Live music, full dinner buffet, prizes, cash bar, raffles, dancing, 80's attire optional

Weymouth - Life Community Weymouth Fall Fest Sat, Oct 29, 1p. Pond Plain Improvement Association (330 Pond St). This FREE family friendly event will feature various fall activities. Trick or treat your way through fair style games such as ring toss, can smash and baseball toss. For each game you play, you receive candy. Try Pumpkin bowling or pull out your creative side with mess free pumpkin decorating. Meet and greet with princess Elsa and a surprise superhero ( 2 - 3p). Face painting * popcorn bar * photo booth* bounce house

Whitman - Fangtastic Fair Sat, Oct 29th, 10a, Whitman Knights Of Columbus, 1195 Bedford St. Blue Bumble Bee Creations & Charlette’s Crafts are hosting a Fangtastic Fair! With the help of 30 local crafters and vendors, it will be a frightfully good time! We will have a tarot card reader, food trucks, a raffle table, baked goods, a 50/50 and more. Lots of off-street parking available.

Whitman - 2022 Witches Walk Sat, Oct 29, Check in & Dinner: 3 - 5p, Kick Off: 5p, Whitman VFW Post 697, 95 Essex St. Join American Legion Post 697 for their Witches Walk! The event will feature raffles, food, drinks, and music. Admission is $25. Tickets are on sale NOW at the Whitman VFW!

Whitman - Muertify! Craft Workshop Sat, Oct 29th, 11a - 12:30p, 100 Webster St. Whitman Public Library will be hosting a day of the dead themed craft workshop! Primed vintage figurines, tchotchkes, and inspiration will be provided for you to paint with theme designs inspired by the Mexican holiday, Dia de los Muertos! This event is for adults and older teens. It requires registration and space is limited, sign up here
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Halloween Fun with Sonic - Fri, Oct 28, 9:30 - 12p. Halloween Fun at Maplewood! Sonic the Hedgehog will lead the trick-or-treat parade. Play in our indoor/outdoor playground and wear your costume (optional). Rain or shine! Register online or at the door. 

Virtual Tour of Sleepy Hollow: The Legends and the Scary Realities - Sun, Oct 30, 7:30 - 9p. Join a Live Virtual Guide and Experience the Legends and Real Venues found in Washington Irving's Classic Story of Sleepy Hollow! Please join our live virtual guide as we take a virtual trip twenty-five miles from Manhattan up the Hudson River to the village of Sleepy Hollow to learn the true story of the “headless horseman”. Yes, it is based on Washington Irving’s 1819 novel “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow”, but this early 17th century Dutch settlement has been reputedly haunted since its inception. Our tour will take us to the various historical and fictional sites involved, plus a tour of the famous Sleepy Hollow Cemetery where Irving is buried The tour will conclude with footage and stories about the annual Headless Horseman parade still held every season on the main boulevard!
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Brockton - United Methodist Church's Holiday Fair! Sat, Nov 5th, 9a - 2p, Pearl Street United Methodist Church, 415 Pearl St. Join the Pearl Street United Methodist Church the first Saturday of November for a Holiday Fair! There will be a variety of items to shop through for gifts. Items available include jewelry, books, games, holiday decorations, home baked goods, and much more! For more information, call (508) 586-6744.

Bridgewater - Central Square Church Fair: Fri, Nov 4, 6:30-8:30p (pie & coffee night and fair items); Sat, 9-1: Baked goods, jewelry, attic treasures rummage, crafts & gifts, harvest table, raffle baskets. Homemade soups and walking tacos, Sat, 11-1. 71 Central Square

Bridgewater - Gotta Dance! Bridgewater Community Dance Fri, Nov 4, 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.

West Bridgewater - WB Athletic Boosters Comedy Night Sat, Nov, 5th, 7p, Bridgewater Portuguese Holy Ghost Society, Inc, 352 Broad St, Bridgewater. Tickets $25~Doors open at 7p, show starts at 8p
Bring Your Own Snacks • Cash Bar • Raffles, 50/50 Drawing, Silent & Live Auctions • 18+ Event. For more information, please contact Jen Morash: (978) 853-9818.

Raynham - Blue Knights 38th Annual Toy Ride Sun, Nov 6th, staging 9:30a, depart 11a, Walmart, Rt 44. The Blue Knights Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club is holding its annual Toy Ride, in an effort to raise money and toys for children during the holiday season. This year, they are looking for volunteers to offer monetary donations, items to be raffled, and/or gift certificates from small businesses. All proceeds will benefit Cops for Kids with Cancer and The Boys & Girls Club Brockton. The starting point of the ride is Route 44, and ends East of Route 24. Staging begins at 9:30a and departure is at 11a. A meal will be provided after the ride. If you would like to participate or for more information, please contact Toy Ride Committee member’s Sarah Berthelette: (774) 306-1210; Mark Berthelette: (508) 954-7326.
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