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Abington - Abington Music Parents Craft Fair Sun, Sept 18, 10a. Join us for the 42nd Annual Abington Music Parents Craft Fair. Shop at over 80 tables of all hand made crafters and artisans. Try to resist our loaded bake sale tables and try your luck at our raffle tables!

Abington - Abington C.O.P.E.S. 5K Road Race & Walk Sun, Sept 18, 9a - 12p. The race begins and ends at Woodsdale Elementary School, 120 Chestnut St. The first 200 registered participants are guaranteed a t-shirt! Proceeds will go towards funding efforts to prevent and reduce youth substance use, as well as providing resources and support for those struggling with substance use alongside their families. We will have food trucks, a DJ, and bouncy houses.

Assonet - Sacred Sound Immersion Sat, Sept 17, 6 - 8:30p. The power of Sacred Sound effects the mind, body and spirit on a deep, cellular level. The Immersive vibrational field created has been experienced by many as a vehicle to moving and releasing energy blocks, quieting the mind, thus promoting feelings of deep peace.

Attleboro - Farmer's Market Saturdays through Oct 22, 9a - 1p @ Capron Park. Rain or Shine. Voted the #1 Farmers Market in MA. Over 50 vendors each week, music & events.

Berkley - Myricks Fly-in Sun, Sept 18, 8a - 2:30p. Flying, Food and Fun! Don't miss the annual Myricks Fly-In. Hosted by the Myricks Airfield Foundation with EAA Chapter 196. Sponsored by EAA Chapter 196.

Braintree - Landry's Braintree Saturday Morning Road Ride Saturdays through mid-Oct. Weekly on-road group rides. Ride offers different routes & paces, suitable for drop-handlebar road bikes: mild 13-15 mph (with focus on group-ride learning), medium 16-18 mph, & faster 18-20, depending on group attendance. Meet at Landry's Braintree store at 6:45a. Ride starts at 7a & returns to the store around 9 - 9:30a.

Bridgewater - McElwain School Time Capsule & Class Reunion Sat, Sept 17, 12 - 2p. Were you or someone you know a student in the final classes at McElwain Elementary School that participated in the time capsule project? Join fellow alumnae at Bridgewater Public Library for a reunion. View the items that your childhood selves found important enough to send into the future and maybe claim your treasures back!

Bridgewater - Gotta Dance! Bridgewater Community Dance Fri, Sept 16, 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. 508-697-0929.

Bridgewater - A Day on the Homestead Fri, Sept 16, 11:30a. Come check out the animals and let the kids play in the mud kitchen. pack a lunch and a blanket and we will have a picnic.
Bridgewater - The School Bell; A Temporary Exhibit Now through Sept 19. A temporary exhibit of former Washington Post political cartoonist Herb Block entitled “The School Bell” will be on display at the Bridgewater Public Library. This exhibit is a great supportive learning tool as Herb Block “believed that a strong education is what gives people the opportunity to reach their highest potential, to become respectable leaders and to live as productive members of society.”

Bridgewater - Town River Landing Park Revitalization Sun, Sept 18, 9a. Join us as we bring this park back to its original footprint in preparation for 2 community events to support local businesses and veterans in October.

Bridgewater - 8th Annual History Mystery Walking Tour Saturdays, Sept 17th, 24th, and
Oct 8th, Music Alley, 50 Central Squar. Please join us for an evening of entertaining stories about Bridgewater. Some "history," some "mystery," some legend, rumors, and a ghost story or two...we will be entering 2-3 buildings and will have a paranormal team and EVP equipment. All proceeds will benefit Bridgewater Academy Lions Club Charities, the VFW Post #2125 Auxiliary, and the Robert L. Smith Jr Memorial Scholarship Fund. Reservations are recommended and appreciated. Call 508-697-2960 or email to reserve today!

Brockton - Brockton Farmers Market Fridays, through October, 10a - 2p, City Hall Plaza, 45 School St.

Brockton - We Outside: Not Your Average Self Care Day Sat, Sept 17th 11a - 4p, Fuller Craft Museum. Self-care is the best care. So why does it seem so hard to put ourselves first? Join us for this special FREE event that will show you new ways to practice self-care in your life. You will be able to try different techniques and meet people who specialize in many different ways to take care of yourself. Everything is affordable or free! We will also have free childcare, a vaccine clinic, food, music, yoga, wellness professionals and more to be announced! Drop-in program. Free and open to the public; pre-registration is required. Questions? Email Kendall Brinson, Director of Learning & Engagement.

Brockton - Everyone Has a Voice Sat, Sept 17, 2 - 4p. Driscoll Art Gallery, Brockton Public Library. With featured poets Meredith Nussbaum, and poet Paul Richmond, and an Open Mic. For more information contact Philip Hasouris at 508-942-8018 or Jonathan Stroud at 508-894-1426.

Brockton - Greek Food Festival Now through Sun, Sept 18. Friday & Saturday 11a - 11p; Sun, 12 - 6p. Authentic Greek food & pastries, Greek Coffee, Greek Dance performances, Church tours & Market place. Live Greek music Friday & Saturday 6 - 11p with Athenian Entertain featuring Georgios Karatzas. Church tours with Fr. Romanos Karanos Fri: 2 & 4p, Sat: 1, 3 & 5p,
Sun: 2 & 4p.

Brockton - Poetry Workshop at Brockton Arts Sun, Sept 18, 4 - 6p. We welcome our friends, followers, and newcomers back to the workshop. We encourage our attendees to bring their own work for feedback and constructive criticism, and request that 6-10 copies of one poem are brought for participants. We welcome first-timers. The talk is not highbrow, and any level of experience is accepted.
Canton - Blues at Bradley featuring Mr Nick Sun, Sept 18, 1 - 4p.Guitarist songwriter Peter “Hi-Fi” Ward has been performing blues and swing for 45 years. In the 1980’s, he crisscrossed the U.S. and Canada with the Legendary Blues Band. Its members – Pinetop Perkins on piano, Willie “Big Eyes” Smith, Jerry Portnoy on harmonica, and Calvin “Fuzz” Jones on bass – had been the backing band for blues legend Muddy Waters.

Carver - Rock the Mesa with Karen Adele Bilski Fri, Sept 16, 6 - 8p. As Karen opens her Mesa to the energies of her healing stones that clients will choose and place on the chakra associated with your trauma, stress, or anxiety. Relax and release dense energy from your Luminous Energy Field as you shake, rattle, roll, on a magical journey of sound. Please dress as comfortably as possible. Please bring a yoga mat, pillows, blankets and anything else you may need to assure your comfort.

Dartmouth - Sounds of the Night Hike Sat, Sept 17, 6:30 - 7p. Listen to nature as comes alive at night for this after-hours hike at Cornell farm.

East Bridgewater - Full Throttle Poker Run for Foster Kids Sat, Sept 17th, Registration begins at 9:30a. Kick-stands up at 11a. Club-eX Fitness, 649 Oak St. Fundraiser for Sunshine Farm Sanctuary. There will be 50/50, music, fun, great raffles and more! See you there. Sunshine Farm is located in Bridgewater and provides a safe haven for children in the Foster Care system. We see over 80 kids per week and integrate arts & crafts, therapeutic horse riding, gardening and so much more to assist children in their healing journey. 508-341-7822.
East Bridgewater - 10th Annual Makayla Fund Golf Tournament Sat, Sept 17th, 8a, Ridder Country Club. 7 - 8: Registration/Coffee Donuts,
8:30a: Shotgun Start–Scramble. Lunch Charity event after if you can’t golf. The mission of the Makayla Fund is to help educate teens through the SOS Signs of Suicide program for Middle & High School Students & their parents to assist in preventing teen suicide in Makayla’s memory through public awareness & education, reduce the stigma, & serve as a resource for those touched by suicide. We have supported 28 schools in implementing this program & trained over 1000 teachers on the subject of suicide awareness.

Easton - Ranger Darren's Geocaching and Scavenger Hunt Now through Sept 18. Stop by the visitor center at Borderland to get your game sheets with clues and coordinates.

Easton - Introduction to Nature Photography Using Smartphones Fri, Sept 16, 4 - 5p. Want to sharpen your photography skills? Interested in exploring nature at Borderland State Park? Learn more about using your smartphone camera to capture many different plants and wildlife.

Fall River - Family Birding Hike Sun, Sept 18, 3 - 5p. Bring the whole family to explore the variety of birds at Copicut Woods! Learn the very basics of birding from your guide.

Fall River - Mobile Adventures at Fall River Farmers & Artisans Market Sun, Sept 18, 11a - 3p. Mobile Adventures will be hosting nature activities and crafts at the Fall River Famers & Artisans Market. This Open Air Market specializes in local fresh produce, handmade crafts and art, music and food trucks.
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Freetown - Touch a Truck Sat, Sept 17, 12 - 3p. Bring the family for an up-close looks at police and fire vehicles, as well as a variety of trucks and other heavy equipment. Admission is $2 per person. Proceeds benefit the Macomeber Scholarship Fund.

Halifax - United Way's Day of Caring Fri, Sept 16th, 8a. United Way of Greater Plymouth County is excited to relaunch our Day of Caring this September! After a 2 year hiatus, Day of Caring is back and looking for volunteers to spend time completing projects at our funded non-profit partner agencies throughout Greater Plymouth County. The day will begin with a United Way Day of Caring hot breakfast at the Lakeside Villa in Halifax at 8a. All volunteers are highly encouraged to attend the breakfast before beginning the volunteer projects. We are also hosting a blood drive at the same location (Lakeside Villa in Halifax) from 10a - 3p as a unique and important way to give back. If you have any questions, please contact Kim or 508-583-6306.

Halifax - Pumpkin Patch Opening Day Sat, Sept 17, 8a - 6p. Opening Day at our fabulous Pumpkin Patch! No charge to enter, come wander the pumpkins, take a cow train ride and some family photos, play some lawn games, guess the weight of the Great Pumpkin! Family friendly, lots of fun! 

Hanson - DOLLARS FOR SCHOLARS PLANS ELECTRONIC RECYCLING DAY Sat, Sept 17, 9a - 1p. Whitman & Hanson Dollars for Scholars begins their fundraising season with a Fall Electronic Recycling Day at the former Maquan School in Hanson. Residents & non-residents can dispose of their unwanted electrical items which they may not be able to do away with by conventional trash methods. A fee will be assessed which will support DFS’ scholarship awards program. Most items will be accepted. Please ask for pricing. Additionally, discounts will be available for multiple donations. Those unable to attend may call ahead for an alternate day/time. For more info, please contact Mike 781-252-9683.

Hingham - Worm Composting Workshop Sat, Sept 17, 10:30a - 12p. Are you a backyard composter who is wondering how to compost your food waste when there is a foot of snow on top of your outdoor bin? Or maybe you aren’t a backyard composter yet because it seems like too much work. Or maybe you don’t have a yard. Whatever the reason, worm composting is a great way to begin composting! It’s fun and easy to turn your kitchen food scraps into castings (also called vermicast or vermicompost), a very special nutrient-rich material that is highly valued by gardeners and farmers. Come learn how to make your own worm compost bin from inexpensive materials that you can buy at your local hardware store. This is a great way to save food scraps from needlessly being tossed in the trash. You will leave this workshop feeling fully ready to make your own bin and begin worm composting. The class will meet in the Studio building at 140 Turkey Hill Lane. This program will be both indoors and outdoors.

Hingham - Dog Day(s) at Weston Nurseries Sun, Sept 18, 11a - 3p. All dogs (& their humans) are welcome. We'll have dog treats, pet vendors and all kinds of surprises for you and your furry family members.
Hull - Nantasket Beach Car Show Sun, Sept 18, 8a - 12p. 2022 Cops and Rodders will take place on Nantasket Beach in the town of Hull. This is a great opportunity to show off your ride and give back to a great cause! $35 vehicle entry fee. Free for spectators! 

Hull - First Annual Hull Police Union FOP Cornhole Tournament Sat, Sept 17, 5p. Cornhole tournament to raise money to donate back into the community.

Kingston - Playwright's Platform: A New Play Festival, 3 Plays for the Price of 1 Sat, Sept 17, 2 - 10p. Three plays for the price of one at local “dramathon”! True Rep Theatre Company is thrilled to kick off their 2022/23 season with a marathon playwriting festival at The Beal House, 222 Main St. The event will feature two new works by local playwrights and one reinvention of an American classic. There will be food and snacks available at The Beal House throughout the day. 

Lakeville - 4th Ride with Care Motorcycle Run Sat, Sept 17, 10a. Motorcyle Ride thru Scenic Lakeville along roads surrounding the beautiful Long Pond. Music, raffles, Tshirts, food catered by Wingn't. To benefit our all volunteer, non-profit, no-kill rescue/shelter. 

Marshfield - Marshfield Lobsterfest Sat, Sept 17, 11a - 4p, Town Pier.

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 - Sip & Stroll Harvest Sat, Sept 17, 4 - 7p. Shop 84 booths, 6 food trucks, while you sip from The Bartending Service of New England as they pour cocktails and mocktails, free admission. Booth fees raise money for The Burt Wood School of Performing Arts.

Milton - Introduction to Birding Fridays through Sept 30, 9a. Want to learn more about birds and birding, while exploring amazing habitats in Eastern Massachusetts? Join Mass Audubon for an Introduction to Birding series and learn the best way to find, observe, and identify birds! Through guided walks at Mass Audubon's Metro South Sanctuaries, you will learn the basics of bird songs, behavior, feed preferences and patterns, and seasonal activities. Learn methods to strengthen your identification and observation skills so that you can better appreciate wild and winged visitors.

Milton - FAMILY NATURE EXPLORATION Sat, Sept 17, 10a. Volcanic Granite: Hundreds of millions of years ago the Blue Hills was a raging volcano. Join us for a geological hike on this extinct volcano and learn about the granite it left behind and how people have used that marvelous stone for hundreds of years.

North Attleboro - Fall Festival Sat, Sept 17, 12 - 5p. Come and join us for food, festivities and fun! Free entry! Plenty of parking. Live music, craft beer, raffles, food, artwork, CORN HOLE tournament and more!

Pembroke - Touch a Truck for a Cause Sat, Sept 17, 12 - 4p. Lots of trucks for the kids. Food trucks. Lots of vendors. Raffles.
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Ham and Bean Supper & Pound Auction
October 1st at 6pm
Union Congregational Church
105 Pleasant St E. Bridgewater
$5 a person or $15 for a family of 3 or more. Bring a wrapped auction item if you are able., the quirkier the better!

Dinner served: Ham, Baked Beans, Corn Bread and Desserts.
After dinner: Info on The pound auction: the wrapped items are weighed and auctioned off, with the starting bid depending on the weight. The fun happens as we bid on unknown items & the highest bidder wins the prize! The winner opens the item for all to see. Madcap comedy ensues!

Union Congregational Church
An Open & Affirming Service Based Christian Congregation
105 Pleasant St (508) 378 - 2874
Plymouth - Jeeps at Long Beach Sun, Sept 18, 3 - 6p. Finally a Jeep Meet at Long Beach, we have permission to here (we are not trespassing) and have a permit! Please no alcohol, respect the parking lot and don't act a fool. Plymouth Long Beach. 132 Warren Ave, 1 Ryder Way.

Quincy - Archaeology & Excavation at the Quincy Homestead Sat, Sept 17, 2p. In the last few years, the Public Archaeology Laboratory (PAL) of Pawtucket, Rhode Island began digging test pits and trenches on the grounds of the Quincy Homestead on Butler Road. Careful research had been conducted in the preceding years to increase the chances that these trenches and pits would yield treasures. By all accounts, the dig was a tremendous success. Lead investigator from PAL, John Kelly, will present the findings of that excavation. While no silver or gold was found on the site, the dig uncovered 3,198 artifacts, evidence from the earliest days of human settlement in the area. From pre-colonial stone tools to 19th century glassware and ceramics, each of these items are in their own way priceless – as they serve to answer vital questions about life in Quincy in days gone by. Some even prompt new questions worthy of further research. This event is open to all and free to attend.

Raynham - Raynham Community Day Sun, Sept 18th, 2 - 4 p, Gazebo Park in Borden Colony Complex, 2254 King Philip St. Come celebrate all that makes Raynham special. Raynham and surrounding area organizations/businesses will have displays/booths set up for guests to view. Demonstrations and entertainment for both children and adults including live music by the Bridgewater Antiphonal Brass Band, Raynham Fire and Raynham Police demonstrations, Open Houses at the Animal Shelter and Senior Center, a bake sale, pie baking contest, big screen viewing of the Patriots Game, face painting, animals, and much more!

Taunton - Fall Fest Sat, Sept 17, 6 - 10p. Our annual downtown Fall Fest is a block party like no other! This 21+ event is a fundraiser for Downtown Taunton Foundation and features excellent food, music, a cash bar, raffles, a corn hole tournament, and more! Tickets are $25 in advance or $30 at the door.

Taunton - Let's Make History Sat, Sept 17, 2 - 4p. Meet a Revolutionary Soldier! A member of the Robert Treat Paine chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution will be at the Museum to teach us about the life and gear of a revolution-era soldier.

Taunton - Craft Fair to Benefit The Friends of Taunton Animal Shelter Sat, Sept 17, 10a - 4p. Join us for Great Drive-In Food, Fresh Seafood and Ice Cream. Check out the Local Vendors and Crafters and support a great cause.
Taunton - Moonstruck Sat, Sept 17, 7:45p. Get a babysitter, grab a couple of folding chairs and blankets and enjoy Fresh Seafood, Our Drive-In Menu, Ice Cream and Movie Night Specials like Our Homemade Fried Dough, Jumbo Pretzels, Fried Oreos or Hot Buttered Popcorn! We pay all copyright fees, so outside food and beverages are not permitted. Please help us to continue to offer these free to the community events and clean up your area after the show. 

West Bridgewater - September Gathering & Workshop Sat, Sep 17, 11:30a – 1p, Old Bridgewater Historical Society, 162 Howard St. Your presence is requested at the first meeting of the fiscal year. We will discuss the results of June's vote and allow time to share research info with your peers. All are invited to attend. Membership renewals will be accepted at this time.

West Bridgewater - Newborn Essentials at Keeping Pace Fri, Sept 16, 6:30 - 9p. In this class we will go over baby basics! Learn to swaddle, diaper and how to use your car seat! Learn what to do when the baby is crying and how to safely put your baby to sleep. Taught by a local nurse and Lamaze instructor. Class is 2 1/2 hours. This class is perfect for any caregiver, baby sitter, parent, grandparent!

Weymouth - Weymouth 400 Day Sat, Sept 17, 2 - 7p. Join us as we bring all four of our villages together to commemorate our 400th Anniversary!
Weymouth Town Hall / Historic Civic Center will be the host location for this community based event featuring a little flare from each of the previous village festivals; including: Trolley Tours of all of Weymouth, Historic Reenactments, Food Trucks, Live Music, Kid Games/Fun & a Touch-A-Truck of Weymouth based businesses. Live music will fill the air with Nashville Country Artists filling the bill: Timmy Brown, Chris Moreno, Alec MacGillivray, with local acts Samantha Rae and Martin & Kelly! Weymouth 400 Day will be capped off with an incredible laser light show...a must see for all ages!

Whitman - 3rd Annual FAB Night for Charity Sat, Sept 17th, 6p - 12a, Whitman VFW Pavilion. Come join us for our next fundraising event, A FAB Night for Charity feat. Critical Edge! We're planning an amazing night of live music, food trucks, and RAFFLES! Support a local charity that provides much-needed services to cancer patients.

Whitman - 5th Annual Mike Garner Memorial Poker Run Sun, Sept 18, 11a - 6p. This year, we will again be hosting a poker run. Registration will be 11a - 1p. All participants must be back by 3:30p to have your chance to win up to $1500!!
At this time, we will also be pulling the winner for this years Raffle Bike. We will have plenty of food, live music, a full bar and lots of great company!
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Virtual Events:

Online Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Care Seminar - Saturdays through Oct 1, 8a - 4:30p. Live online one-day Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Care (ADDC)seminar --Pathway to becoming a Certified Dementia Practitioner (CDP) The Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Care (ADDC) Seminar is required to apply to become a Certified Dementia Practitioner (CDP) certification through the National Council for Certified Dementia Practitioners (NCCDP). Attendees will acquire knowledge of the Dementia process and care of persons with Dementia without needing to be certified as CDP. The course/seminar is a one-day, 8-hour event. Continuing education credit is available for nurses and some other disciplines.

Grantwriting Workshops - Sat, Sept 17, 10a - 1p. Learn strategies to (1)find and write grants to fund your program or organization and (2) cultivate other types of financial resources. There are corporations, foundations, and individuals that will provide funding for your current or future project, program, or organization. Discover the keys to finding and writing grants in our upcoming grantwriting workshops. Grantwriting 101 consists of basic foundational information needed to prepare for the grantwriting process.

Celebrating Citizenship Day - Sat, Sept 17, 11a - 12p. Join Inform Your Community for a one-of-a-kind, fun, free children's crafting event. Crafters will create their own 'mosaic' foam picture frame while they learn about voting rights. Complimentary craft kits will be mailed for free to those registered who are registered one week in advance of the event. A recording of the event will be sent to all those who have registered. Those who register after that day can follow the instructions to make a version of this craft with your own supplies. No experience necessary. A different attendee name is required for each attendee. 
Upcoming Events:

Brockton - Good Day Metro South Luncheon Discussing Economic Activity Fri, Sept 23rd, 11:45a - 1:30p, Thorny Lea Golf Club, 159 Torrey St. Our guest speakers will be from Brockton Police Department, Brockton Redevelopment Authority, Brockton Department of Planning & Economic Development, MassDevelopment, Theory Wellness, and Rockland Trust. For more information and to register, visit the Metro South Chamber of Commerce webpage.

Brockton - Bullying and Peer Pressure Awareness Saturdays, Sept 24, 2p. Contact: Children's Room,  508-894-1431. Location: Story Room.

Stoughton - Fall Harvest Festival Sat, Sept 24, 9a - 3p. Music, food, crafters, raffles, and even a chance to dunk our priest!
Plymouth - NDCAP Save Our Bay Rally. Mon, Sept 26, 5 - 6:15p at Plymouth Town Hall Green. Come stand up and say NO Nuclear Waste dumping in Plymouth's bay. Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station is now being decommissioned. Holtec, the owner, needs to dispose of more than one (1) million gallons of left-over radioactively contaminated water. Two options: discharge the contaminated water into Cape Cod Bay, or transport the water to an existing off-site radioactive waste facility. Holtec wants to dump the water into the bay, it’s cheaper. The contaminated water will inevitably flow into Plymouth, Duxbury, and Kingston Bays. The bays are semi-enclosed, and circulation currents tend to keep the water in them. It not quickly flush out and disperse in the ocean, but is likely to end up in the sediments at the bottoms of the bays or beaches. Now is the time to speak up.

West Bridgewater - Car Show Fundraiser for Berwick Boy's Foundation Sun, Sept 25, 10a - 3p, 335 West St. This event has been such a fun one for our organization and partners! Last year’s show was our BIGGEST YET! Over 130 vehicles entered the event. As always we hope to go BIGGER!
Along with great cars, trucks, motorcycles and music. We will have food, 50/50 raffle and a great assortment of gift baskets to win! Over 30 trophies to win!