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Tues, Wed & Fri 10am-4pm

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Saturday & Sunday
Hayride Sat & Sun 10am-4pm $3.50 per person
Ice Cream, Cider, Slush, and Peach Smoothies ~ The Donut Barn
TUESDAY – SUNDAY from 10-3.

325 South St,
E. Bridgewater 
(508) 378-2270

Abington - Healthy Living Expo Sun, Sept 19, 10a - 5p at Emerald Hall. Mind-body-spirit connection concept is that we are all more than just our thoughts. We are also our bodies, our emotions, and our spirituality … all these things combine to give us identity, determine our health, and make us who we are. Come explore with us at the 19th annual Healthy Living Expo MA as we offer positive well-being for the MIND, pure and clean solutions for the BODY, Mental & SPIRITual health for the heart, Nourishment for the SOUL.

Abington - Abington Celebrates Community with Fireworks Sat, Sept 18, 5 - 8:30p at Memorial Field.

Abington - 2021 AHS Music Parents Craft Fair Sun, Sept 19, 10a - 3p. Join Tispaquin Crafts and many other vendors.

Attleboro - Big Read Event: Meditation and Poetry Recitation Fri, Sept 17, 5:30p. Inspired by imagery from Joy Harjo's poems, this session combines meditation and recitation of a handful of poems from American Sunrise to evoke ideas of nature and identity. This session, led by a meditation instructor and artist, will occur outdoors in Balfour Riverwalk Park as another way to connect to nature. Call (508) 222-0157 x28 to register! NEA Big Read is a program of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest.

Bridgewater - Peace Sunday Sun, Sept 19, 10a
Central Square Congregational Church, 71 Central Square. No registration required.

Bridgewater - Join Scouting Day Sat, Sept 18, 10a - 1p. Scouting Day is a one day event where we provide the opportunity to learn about the benefits and to sign-up for Cub Scouts. Cub Scouts gives parents and their children an opportunity to make memories together, while helping kids develop skills and character traits that will benefit them for the rest of their lives. Visit our website for more information.

Brockton - Saturday Childbirth Class Sat, Sept 18, 9:30a. Topics include an overview of labor, breathing and relaxation techniques, medication, tour of maternity and infant care. Taught by certified childbirth educator. The cost of the Saturday Class is $55. Register and pay online by clicking the button above. Please only purchase one registration for your group. If you would like to pay by cash or check, please contact the Childbirth Educators at 508-427-3712.

Brockton - Rent, Mortgage and Utilities Assistance Event Fri, Sept 17, 9a - 3p. Join us for a FREE Brockton RAFT/ERAP application event and receive help IN PERSON! No pre-registration is required to attend.
Who is eligible? Households of any size or composition; You do not need to be documented to apply for assistance. How can funds be used? Rental or mortgage arrears; Security deposits, first and last month’s rent; Utility arrearages. What do you need to bring? Your ID that includes your birthdate; Recent proof of income; Landlord email and phone number (for tenants); Mortgage statement (for homeowners); Utility Bill or shut off notice.
Brockton - Farmers Market Fridays through Oct 29, 10a - 2p. Multiple vendors. City Hall Plaza

Brockton - Music Matters Berdugo's Children Jackie Zhang, piano, Austin Jacobson, cello, Noanddi Manigat, bass, and Emma Manigat, violin. M. Haydn: Divertimento in C major. Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto in E minor
J.S. Bach: Prelude from Cello Suite No. 6 in D major, BWV 1012. Koussevitsky: Valse Miniature
J.S. Bach: Prelude from Cello Suite No. 1 in G major, BWV 1007. Gliére: Intermezzo, Op. 9. Bottesini: Elegy No. 1 in D major.

Brockton - Join Scouting Day Sat, Sept 18, 8a - 12p. Scouting Day is a one day event where we provide the opportunity to learn about the benefits and to sign-up for Cub Scouts. Cub Scouts gives parents and their children an opportunity to make memories together, while helping kids develop skills and character traits that will benefit them for the rest of their lives. Visit our website for more information.

Brockton - Greek Food Festival Fri & Sat, Sept 17th & 18th, 11a - 11p, Sun, Sept 19th, 11a - 6p
457 Oak St. Come enjoy authentic Greek food and pastries as well as Greek dancing performances and live music from Athenian Entertainment, featuring Georgios Karatzas, as presented by the Annunciation Greek Church. This event will be rain or shine and offers free parking and admission.

Brockton - Poetry Workshop at Brockton Arts Sun, Sept 19, 4 - 6p. September is a month of reflection and remembrance, new beginnings and past regrets. Fall is inevitable, as greens are slowly replaced by browns, and the last flowers are blooming. All that we’ve experienced during the summer, good and bad, might be archived in a poem. Let us help you express your feelings in writing. We welcome our friends, followers, and newcomers back to the workshop. Please note that the safety of our participants is our primary concern; as the venue reopens, we adapt to any advised precautions. The event is usually held in the gallery but check for signage or the security desk if you have trouble finding us. We warmly welcome poets from our area to join our forum. The facilitator begins each session with a poem(s) by an established author(s), or a writing exercise, which will be discussed by our attendees. Then we encourage our attendees to bring their own work for feedback & constructive criticism. We 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. We meet on Sunday in the late afternoon for your convenience.

Brockton - 2021 KIDS’ ROAD RACES Saturdays through Oct 23, 10a. The Kids’ Road Races are back at D W Field Park the Pentangle Parking Lot, Oak St.  The 2.2 miles are for ages six to fourteen.  For one dollar per runner kids can have fun and win ribbons and participate in the twice a year activity that had been going on for over forty years.  Call Dave at 508-588-3148 or email him.

Buzzards Bay - Cape Cod Canal Day Sat, Sept 18, 11a - 6p. Fun Family Event with Music, Food Trucks, Craft Vendors, 5k Race and more.
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Carver - CANNONBALLS & CRANBERRIES Sat, Sept 18, 3 - 4p, Myles Standish State Forest, Rocky Pond. Join the park interpreter for a guided tour around a working cranberry bog and discover the fascinating history of the bog, from iron production to cranberry agriculture. Meet at parking lot 7 near Rocky Pond. Free parking. For ages 8+ years. 

East Bridgewater - Blood Drive Sat, Sept 18, 7a - 12p. Tri Town Masonic Lodge, 38 Franklin St.

East Bridgewater - SCOUT ME IN RECRUITMENT DAY Sat, Sept 18th, 9a - 1p,
Union Congregational Church parking lot 
105 Pleasant St. Please  come  and  check  out  what  Venturing has to offer your son/daughter ages 13 - 21. If they enjoy the great outdoors and want to have fun and develop leadership skills, stop by and see what we have to offer. For information, please call 508.241.4597.

Easton - Children's Museum in Easton Tues - Fri, 9:30a - 4p and Sat & Sun, 12:30 - 4p. We refreshed, repainted, and refurbished our exhibits, walls, and halls! We are delighted with the results and can't wait for you to see them! Did everything go as planned? Are you kidding? Due to the current state of the global supply chain, our new train sets have not arrived. They are on the way so you should be playing with them soon. Don't worry, until they arrive there are lots of new things to explore!

Easton - 42nd Annual Harvest Festival Sun, Sept 19, 9a. We are excited to announce the 42nd Annual Harvest Road Race! The Harvest Road Race is one of Old Colony YMCA’s premier fundraising events that is sponsored generously by North Easton Savings Bank. All event proceeds provide critical funds to support the Easton YMCA’s Annual Campaign. The funds raised have allowed children to receive scholarships and financial assistance to attend Y Summer camp and child care programming; and more. Runners will participate in either the 5K run/walk or 10K run, which will both start and finish at the Easton YMCA. The event concludes with a post-race party and awards ceremony. At Old Colony YMCA, strengthening community is our cause. However, we cannot do this work without sponsors and participants. Please feel free to contact Darcy Paiva with any questions at 508-238-9758 or dapaiva@oldcolonyymca.org.
Hanson - Fall Children's Paint Event at Camp Kiwanee Sun, Sept 19, 3p. Cost is $25.00 a child to paint this cute 16x20 canvas includes a step by step demo. Pay by Venmo my Venmo is Kathleen Patrick@createwithkath you will see a ladybug. Ages 5 and up are welcome!

Hanson - Rustic Bridal Show at Camp Kiwanee Sun, Sept 19, 12p. Engaged? It's our 2nd Rustic Bridal Show! Connect with the area's top wedding professionals and plan your special day. Free swag/goody bag to the first 100 attendees. With its rustic beauty, Camp Kiwanee is a romantic and unique setting for your wedding celebration. Overlooking Maquan Pond and tucked under towering pine trees, Needles Lodge provides a unique view and ambiance unlike any other! Plan your ceremony and/or reception here, plus book the entire South End Campground for your wedding evening. South End Campground includes all cabins, Pavilion, Bridal Cottage, volley ball court, and water-side cabins.

Hingham - Plein Air Painting at Weir River Farm Sat, Sept 18, 10a - 3p. This workshop focuses on painting the landscape using the Premier Coup Technique. We’ll put a mark down, leave it and finish the painting in one session. This technique aims to simplify the process, of seeing, color mixing, and composing, and includes pared down materials list. Through a combination of demos and in-class assignments we’ll learn approaches to create direct, energetic paintings. All levels welcome, demos will be in acrylic. Materials list to follow.

Hingham - Family Farm Chores at Weir River Farm Sat, Sept 18, 9a. 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. Be sure to wear sneakers or other closed-toe shoes when you join us in the barnyard. Please note: Participants will be asked to follow Covid-19 related guidelines, including wearing face coverings and maintaining social distance. Space is limited for this event and pre-registration is required.
Mansfield - Touch a Truck Sat, Sept 18, 9a - 2p. Mansfield Women of Today are excited to bring back Touch A Truck this year at the Mansfield Municipal Airport. There will be trucks, music, popcorn, and more! This is a fundraising event.

Middleboro - Virtual Networking at Noon Fri, Sept 17, 12p. Bring your lunch and let's talk business.
Middleboro - Farmer's Market Saturdays through Oct 9, 3 - 5p. Local produce. organic microgreens, CBD products, honey, fresh eggs, soap, dogs treats, towels, jams and jellies, chocolates and more.

Middleboro - Summer Concert Series: Jake Ash Band Sat, Sept 18, 12:30 - 5p at the Soule Homestead Education Center.
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Plymouth - Bark in the Park Sat, Sept 18, 11a - 3p. The ultimate fun filled day for our Furry Friends! Join us for a woofing good time at Plymouth Bark in the Park! Open to the public and well behaved pets, this festival offers an opportunity for the thousands of dogs in our community to enjoy a festival just for them. Festival will include dog related vendors, contests, Plymouth County Sheriff K9 Demonstration, Blessing of the Dogs, Paw Readings, Food, Beer Garden and Live Entertainment and fun for the whole family!
We can't wait to see you at Nelson Park!

Plymouth - Mayflower Fall Shop Local Marketplace Sun, Sept 19, 11a - 4p. The Fall Shop Local Marketplace has returned! We'll be providing the best local vendors, with unique items and gifts, a perfect way to usher in the cooler weather & holiday season. So come down and enjoy a cold beverage and yummy food, while you find the perfect gifts for your friends and family. This event will follow all socially distancing protocols to protect shoppers and vendors a like. Masks must be worn (properly lets cover up those noses people) while shopping in the vendor area.

Plympton - Homesteaders of New England Farm Day Sat, Sept 18, 10a - 3p. Stop by for our pop-up event with local homesteaders and small business to enjoy local honey, eggs, jams, jewelry, soap, clothing & more. Follow the event to see from posts from local vendors that will be in attendance.

Raynham - Blood Drive Fri - Sun, Sept 17 - 19, 7a - 3:15p. 275 New State Hwy.

Raynham - Sight Reading Rehearsal Sun, Sept 19, 7p. Want or Need to improve your sight reading ability? Join us at the old Stone congregational church.

Stoughton - Moana Jr Sat & Sun, Sept 18 & 19 @ Starline Academy, 49 Monk St. "See the line where the sky meets the sea?" You’ll love this thrilling and heartwarming stage adaptation of the coming-of-age tale of Moana as she sets sail across the Pacific to save her village & discover the truth about her heritage. With its empowering message of bravery, Moana Jr. is sure to awaken your inner hero! Come see the Starline students - email or call for tickets 781-297-7469 ext 2.

Stoughton - Rummage Sale Fri & Sat, Sept 17 - 18, 10a - 3p. Our Parish Rummage Sale, proceeds to benefit Trinity's "Raise the Roof" campaign.

Swansea - Southcoast Open Market Saturdays through Oct 23. The Southcoast Open Air Market's goal is to provide a gathering point centered around everything fresh, local, and handmade. We feature a rotating selection of handmade goods, handcrafted foods, fresh produce & meats, and live & local music at the Swansea YMCA.

Taunton - Sickle Cell Anemia Blood Drive Fri, Sept 17, 9a - 3p. We’re hosting another blood drive for Sickle Cell Anemia! This time at the Holiday Inn at 700 Myles Standish BLVD! Come down and donated less then a hour of your day to help a child in need!
Taunton - Liberty & Union Walking Tour Sat, Sept 18, 11a. Come walk the Liberty and Union Downtown Walking Tour! Join us for a free, one-hour guided tour of Historic Downtown Taunton. Our one-mile walking tour highlights some of the important architectural, cultural, and commercial sites between Church Green and Taunton Green. A great way to learn about the city, from its earliest days through the present, these tours are the third Saturday of every month, May through October, rain or shine. We leave from the Museum's front steps! Please register via Eventbrite so we can ensure proper social distancing and adhere to current COVID-19 tour regulations.

Taunton - Downtown Fall Fest Sat, Sept 18, 6 - 10p. Fall Fest is the annual fundraiser for the Downtown Taunton Foundation & Trescott Street Gallery. Join us outside as we close down part of Trescott Street to create the block party of the year! Delicious food from our downtown restaurants, live music, raffle pulls, 50/50 raffle, cash bar, and a fun & competitive corn hole contest. The artwork created at the recent Downtown Art Jam will be on display at this event. Tickets are $20 pp and can be purchased online or at Trescott Street Gallery during open Gallery hours.

Wareham - Woody Car Show Sun, Sept 19, 10a - 2p. This event, hosted in conjunction with the Yankee Wood Chapter - National Woodie Club, features classic Woodie cars from the early to mid 20th century! The beauty of the antique cars matches up with the historic venue of A.D. Makepeace Company. The day also features live music. Makepeace Farms is open during the event for a delicious treat and New England inspired gifts.

West Bridgewater - Virtual Yoga Class Saturdays, 9a. Start you weekend blissfully! Svaroopa® yoga is brought to you safely in your own home. Contact Janice. 508-331-3564.

West Bridgewater - 30th Anniversary of the Library Party Sat, Sept 18th, 2p. Sponsored by the WB Board of Library Trustees and the Friends of the Library. Come celebrate the 30th anniversary of the current building. Dedication of the gallery and the two outdoor patio areas will be featured.

Whitman - Carousel Family Fun Center Fundraiser Sun, Sept 26th, 5 - 7p, 1055 Auburn St. Raising funds for my Eagle Project - a raised pavilion at Hobarts Pond. All admission money goes towards my project! Bring whoever you'd like. All are welcome.

Whitman - 2nd Annual FAB Charity Night Sat, Sept 18, 6p @ The Whitman VFW Pavilion 95 Essex St. FAB will be holding their 2nd annual charity night to benefit their company that provides healing skin care and massages to those with cancer.
The charity night will have live music from the band Critical Edge from Weymouth, food trucks, drinks, and a huge raffle with great prizes. Tickets can be bought at givebutter.com for $20 and at the door for $25.
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Brockton - BHS ALUMNI INVITES YOU TO HEAR “BREAKAWAY” Wed, Sept 22, 5:30 - 7:30p. The Brockton High Alumni Association invites you to hear one of our own perform, in her own band “Breakaway”, our vice president Amy Korim and Distinguished Alumni Winner will hold a free concert at City Hall Plaza.  This free event is to celebrate back to school and back to memories.  BHS Alumni encourages you to bring family and friends and dance and sing to lots of great music.  We will have an information table, too.  For more information email Anne at ambeauregard@outlook.com.   

Middleboro - AUTUMN GOODIES IN THE GARDEN Sun, Sept 26 & Oct 10, 1p - 4p.This Fall, join us at the Oliver House for a seasonal treat of Goodies in the Garden! Bring your friends and family and relax in the garden while enjoying autumn-inspired goodies. Tables of 4 will be set up in the herb garden patio followed by a tour of the Oliver House. A total of 12 people will be seated for each event.

BROCKTON - LIBRARY FOUNDATION CASUAL MEMBERSHIP RECEPTION  Tues, Oct 5, 6p. The Brockton Library Foundation (BLF) will hold a casual membership reception and annual meeting.  Join us for pizza and more and become a member, renew your membership and vote at the annual meeting.  Lots of plans for 2022 and the more the merrier as they say will make it all much more successful. Board members and executive committee will be nominated and voted on that evening.  This will all be held in the Driscoll Art Gallery, at the main library, 304 Main Street and the parking lot is on White Avenue.  For more information email us at brocktonlibrarfoundation@yahoo.com.  REMEMBER MASKS REQUIRED.