Abington - 200th Anniversary BBQ and Celebration Sat, Sept 24, 1 - 6p. We are celebrating our 200th anniversary with a huge day of fun. Starting with worship at 1p & followed by games and entertainment for all ages and a BBQ. Bring the family there will be fun for all ages!

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.

Attleboro - Harvest Festival Sat, Sept 24, 10a - 3p. This event is to support the animal shelter! Come on down and get some great stuff and support the shelter!

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 - Quahog Comedy Circuit Sat, Sept 24, 7 - 10p, Bridgewater Citizens Club. Ever been to a comedy show where the stage talks to you like Siri? Well, nobody does comedy like we do and you won't find it anywhere else so join us on the QCC and experience the Funniest Comedians Under the Brightest Lights. Doors open at 7p. Show starts promptly at 8p. Bridgewater Citizens Club bartender will be serving drinks for purchase. Absolutely NO Outside beverages.

Bridgewater - 33rd Annual Autumn-Fest Sat, Sept 24, 10a - 4p, BSU Quadrangle. AutumFest is a long standing tradition in Bridgewater. Join thousands of other visitors for vendors, food, entertainment, activities, crafts, & more! Hosted by the Bridgewater Business Association, Autumn-Fest takes place on the Bridgewater State University campus. Wristbands are available here on Eventbrite or at the BBA booth. Wristband activities include: bounce house, petting zoo, pumpkin craft, balloon animal, popcorn, professional fall photo from Al Lacerda Photography.

Bridgewater - Jeeps' n Java Sat, Sept 24, 10a - 12p. Come by & enjoy a great cup of coffee, meet some nice Jeep owners & support a great non profit!

Bridgewater - The Bridgewater Open Golf Tournament Fri, Sept 23, 9a. Join us for The Bridgewater Open Golf Tournament 2022 sponsored by Barrett's Rainy Day Foundation!
Pre-Registration is required please email. Our day will kick off at the Olde Scotland Links Golf Course located at 695 Pine St, with refreshments and donuts at registration followed by a 9a shotgun. Lunch will be provided as well as on course domestic beer. We have a plethora of amazing prizes including a hole-in-one sponsor from Jeep! Helicopter ball drop, 50/50 raffle, raffle prizes, live entertainment and a prime rib dinner will finish off our evening. All proceeds from this tournament will benefit the Barrett's Rainy Day Foundation in their mission of being an umbrella of support to individuals, families and first responders facing financial hardships, tragedies and illness in our local communities.

Bridgewater - 8th Annual History Mystery Walking Tour Saturdays, Sept 24th, and Oct 8th, Music Alley, 50 Central Square. 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 - Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls Sat, Sept 24, 12 - 1p. Rebecca Whittaker, graduate student in Critical Ethnic and Community Studies at Umass Boston, joins us for a look at the plight of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. She hopes to use her position as an outsider to bring attention to a serious issue that is too often overlooked by the general public and mainstream media. Register.

Brockton - Wheels of Time Super Show Sat, Sept 24, 8a - 2p. Come to the wheels of time super show, located at the old Desantis Chevrolet, 1555 Main St (Brewster Ambulance). Music, 50/50, top 50 trophies and more! Gates open 8a, this is a peer judged event. Hope to see everyone there. $15 a car plenty of room for all.

Brockton - 3rd Annual MCC Media Expo Sat, Sept 24, 11a - 2p, Brockton Community Access. The program will consist of a panel presentation hosted by four industry professionals from various field of media. Each panelist will address a specific expertise in reporting, editing, producing, and acting. Following the presentation, there will be an opportunity to engage in one-on-one conversations with these professionals, further enhancing the networking skills of the students.

Brockton - Veterans Expo Sat, Sept 24, 10a - 2p. Join us at our Brockton campus for the 2022 Veterans Expo! For Vets, Troops, Family & Friends...Cook Out & Live Bands/Music! Jobs & Career Fair! Bring your DD214. Fed/State Resources & Benefits! Health Services and Checks -- including New COVID Boosters! Military Vehicle & Equipment Displays. Kid’s Zone, Pony Rides , Bounce House and more! For more information, email or call (857) 364-5934!

Brockton - A Day for Danielle Sat, Sept 24, 4 - 9p. Come join us to help out our dear friend Danielle. She has been the cook at Joe Angelo's Cafe for over a decade! She held it down during the pandemic and hardly ever took a day off! Unfortunately she has come down with an unexpected illness and is going to be out of work for an undetermined amount of time. Customers and co-workers can agree that she has been a dedicated employee and friend to all of us here at Joe's. Danielle has 2 daughter's that live with her. She needs to focus on getting well and we hope to relieve some of the financial burden this has taken on her and her family. Any donation is appreciated. We will have Raffles as well as a 50/50 Raffle. Just 2 Guys will be playing & there will be a light buffet. If you would like to donate please contact Joe Angelo himself or management (Nicole, Katelyn or Vanessa).
If you can't make it to the event, you can still buy raffle tickets from now until the event by asking the bartender. We have tickets behind the bar.

Brockton - Matty's Mustache Ride: Remembering Matthew Flaherty Sat, Sept 24, 9a, Brockton High School. Join us in remembering our friends and brother Matt with a motorcycle run followed by a cookout with live music, merchandise, raffle prizes, and more. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit the Brockton Firefighters Local IAFF 144.

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.

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

Brockton - Eurydice Fri - Sun, Sept 23 - 25, 7:30p. Sarah Ruhl reimagines Eurydice, the classic myth of Orpheus through the eyes of its heroine. Dying too young on her wedding day, Eurydice must journey to the underworld, where she reunites with her father and struggles to remember her lost love. With contemporary characters, ingenious plot twists, and breathtaking visual effects, the play is a fresh look at a timeless love story.
Buzzards Bay - Sunrise Hike at Lyman Reserve Sun, Sept 25, 6 - 8a. Best sunrise in Massachusetts? Join the Trustees as we watch the sun rise over Buttermilk Bay and Cape Cod. We’ll explore the coast and learn about the amazing history of Lyman and dive into the ecology of this special place.

Canton - Family Movie Night Fri, Sept 23, 6 - 8p. Pack your chairs and blankets and join us for a FREE family movie night at the park! Movie and popcorn will begin at 6:30p.

Cohasset - Farm Fest Sat, Sept 24, 6 - 10p. Celebrate Our 20th Anniversary with Us! Benefitting Friends of Holly Hill Farm. Enjoy local live music! Sip locally brewed beers and a selection of wines! Bid on amazing AUCTION items! Meet new friends and old...
... and take a walk down memory lane with us! Attendees of Farm Fest will get the opportunity to bid on special and exclusive "Live Auction" items too!

Duxbury - Beere & Cider Fest Sat, Sept 24, 12 - 5p. Explore how "beere" and cyder are made today and long ago with IndieFerm of Plymouth. Samples include an Alden family recipe. There will also be cider-pressing activities for kids and home brewing kits for sale.

East Bridgewater - Discover Girl Scouts: Pet and Pet Inventions Sat, Sept 24, 10 - 11:30a. If you hope to have a pet someday, you can learn how to choose the pet that's right for you--and make sure it stays happy and healthy. Or, if you already have a pet at home, you can learn how to take the best care of your pet - or even how to be a friend to the pets of others! About This Event: At this sample troop meeting we'll explore cool pet inventions, make a pet toy, and come up with ideas for making our communities more pet friendly. Staff will also discuss our program, it's benefits, and the many ways your family can get involved. This event is for families with children in grades K-5 who are interested in trying an activity before committing to joining. We hope you can join us! If you are unable to attend but interested in learning more, please complete the brief form, and a council staff member will be in touch.

Easton - Do You Want to Build a Scarecrow? Fri, Sept 23, 6 - 7:30p. Come build your own scarecrow, under the stars, at the Easton Y! We will be building scarecrows for you to put on your porch or in your yard. We ask that you bring some old clothes (child sized, like our example, work best for the kids) to stuff. We will supply the materials for the head, face and stuffing.
Easton - Introduction to Nature Photography Using Smartphones Fri, Sept 23, 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.

Easton - Fall Festival Sun, Sept 25, 12 - 4p, Flynns Family Farm. Join us for the return of our Fall Festival! We have everything you need for your fall decor! Mums, pumpkins, gourds, corn stalks, arrangements, wreaths, and decor! Come visit our adorable farm animals and enjoy a hay ride! We will have paint your own pumpkins, glitter tattoos, and yard games!!! We are so excited to have Shoveltown Brewery coming to serve their delicious beer and pizza. Sweet 16 Ice Cream truck will be serving up ice cream, and local non-profit Served will have their food truck serving apple fritters and apple cider! Bring a chair or blanket to sit in our field and listen to music by Jake & Jenny.

Sat, Sept 24, 9a - 12p.. The Conservation Commission will host a clean-up at Tufts Farm Anyone looking for some volunteer hours or interested to help in a local stewardship activity, please join the Conservation Commission in a clean-up of Tufts Farm in preparation of a farm tenant Request for Proposals. Tasks include cleanup of the inside of the workshop, collecting trash, brush removal, and landscaping activities. Please bring work gloves, water, snacks, hat, insect repellent/sun screen, and loppers/pruners if you have them. Masks are recommended if working inside the workshop. Heavy rain will cancel. Please register here. If you have any questions please contact Jennifer Carlino.

Easton - EFD Open House Sat, Sept 24, 11a - 2p. In celebration and recognition of the 100th year of Fire Prevention Week, the Easton Fire Department is hosting an open house featuring family activities and demonstrations. Fire Prevention Week, recognized Oct 9 - 15 this year, is organized by the National Fire Protection Association with the goal of educating the public about simple but important ways they can keep themselves and those they live with safe. This year's theme is “Fire won’t wait. Plan your escape.” During the event, attendees will be able to enjoy live demonstrations and interactive experiences, face painting, and free pizza and refreshments. There will also be free giveaways of safety materials. Raffles and door prizes will be available, with all proceeds going to the Easton Food Pantry. An RSVP is encouraged for planning purposes, but not required.
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Fall River - Silent Meditation Hike Sat, Sept 24, 5:30 - 6p. Join The Trustees for a refreshing, easy hike at Copicut Woods. During your stroll through this special place, we will have time set aside for silent meditations.

Hanson - Rustic Wedding Expo at Camp Kiwanee Sun, Sept 25, 12p. It's our 3rd annual Rustic Wedding Expo at Camp Kiwanee, 1 Camp Kiwanee Road. Let us help you plan your wedding!! Connect with the area's top wedding professionals. Free admission. Free parking. Free swag bag to the first 100 attendees. Cash bar.

Hingham - Photography Basics Workshop - Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO Sat, Sept 24, 2 - 3:30p. Join well-known South Shore photographer, Karen Wong, as she introduces the importance of aperture, shutter speed and ISO settings on your camera. During the workshop, Karen will go over how to adjust these settings to achieve the best possible photos. After, we’ll venture out onto the Weir River Farm grounds to practice our new skills by photographing animals, flowers, and the landscape.

Lakeville - Fall Family Festival Sat, Sept 24, 9a - 2p. Come and Join this Free Event as we celebrate the changing of the seasons. Craft vendors, activities and more.

Marshfield - FCC Marshfield Fundraising Night at Winslow House Fri, Sept 23, 6:30p. The First Congregational Church of Marshfield has a big task of raising money to replace the windows in our beloved Historic Meeting House. $15 admission - includes appetizers, desserts & 1 drink. Awesome silent auction items including 2023 baseball tickets; 3-4 hour sail on 35' catamaran, Blackstone gas griddle and MORE!

Marshfield - Hollowed Harvest Through Oct 30th, 7p. 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 - Autumn Harvest Day at the Bogs Sat, Sept 24, 11a. Wagon rides around the farm and cranberry bogs, Live demonstration of vintage cranberry sorter with fresh cranberries, Vintage farm equipment on display, Mini bog with kids & adult sized waders for some photo fun, Free Face painting, Live music and more! A portion of proceeds will benefit Soule Homestead and their Education Program.

Middleboro - Titicut Green Fall Festival Sat, Sept 24, 10a - 3p. Come to the 31st annual TITICUT GREEN FALL FESTIVAL! Over 60 crafters and vendors - offering all kinds of unique gift items, art, decorations and so much more. Don't forget to stop by the renowned NCC Bake Table before everything is sold, and the infamous Church Ladies Preserves table to get your favorite jams before they're gone! There's always a fun raffle table with incredible prizes, a Children's Area guaranteed to elicit laughter and, to top it all off....The Titicut Cafe crew never disappoints with their menu of deliciousness.

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 24, 10a. Fire in the Blue Hills: Fire has impacted humans for hundreds of years in these hills. Join us for a hike to a recent forest fire and learn about the history of fire in these hills and the challenges we face from fire today.

New Bedford - First Taste of Fall Sat, Sept 24, 4 - 7p, Buttonwood Zoo. Support the Buttonwood Park Zoological Society as you sample local breweries, wineries, and food trucks at our First Taste of Fall event! Ticket purchase provides you with zoo admission, your own souvenir sampling glass, unlimited beer/wine samples, animal encounters, and great live entertainment. This is a 21+ event, so have your ID ready at the gate! Food will be available for purchase during the event. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the continued growth of the Buttonwood Park Zoo’s educational programs.
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Norton - Puppy Plunge Sat, Sept 24, 3 - 5p. Who let the dogs out? We did - and hopefully you will too! Well-behaved (and human-friendly) canines of all breeds and sizes are welcome to attend the Attleboro Norton YMCA Puppy Plunge at the Norton Outdoor Center's Outdoor Pool, 295 West Main St. This event is free and open to the public. Please: bring poop-bags & keep dogs on leash while on property until in pool area. The YMCA asks that pets be up-to-date on all vaccinations. This event is weather dependent.

Norwell - Corn Festival Sat & Sun, Sept 24 - 25, 10a - 4p. Come celebrate the 45th Anniversary of the South Shore YMCA Natural Science Center Corn Festival in Norwell. Popular with families and neighbors across the region, our annual Corn Festival is a two-day family-and-foodie-friendly event that celebrates the natural and cultural traditions surrounding the fall harvest in New England. Enjoy historical interpreters, farm animals, traditional craft demonstrators, live music (oldies, bluegrass, folk, country and more), crafts, games, music, storytelling, hay rides, pony rides and so much more.

Onset - Harvest Moon Festival Sat, Sept 24th, 10a - 5, Bay View Park. (Rain date Sun, Sept 25th) Vendors! Food Trucks! Chili, Chowder and Stuffies Contest! Carved Pumpkin Contest! Live Music! Antique/Classic Car Show. Dash Plaques for the first 100 cars! Live music at The Gazebo! FIREWORKS will take place at 7:15p! FREE Limited street parking available. For more info, to volunteer or donate please reach out to us.

Plymouth - Kitty Adoption Event Sat, Sept 24, 10a - 2p. Papa's Pet Project Adoption Center will be here with adoptable cats and kittens you can put in adoption applications for! We will have in-store coupons and new pet parent checklists available for all adopters. We will also be collecting donations for Papa's pet project throughout the week.

Quincy - Church Rummage Sale Sat, Sept 24, 9a - 2p. Looking for a great deal on clothing? Come to the Church Rummage Sale at the Quincy Community United Methodist Church, 40 Beale St. Stuff a bag with clothing as much as you can for $5! It’s a great deal so don’t miss out!

Raynham - New England Vikings Motorcycle Club Toy Run Sun, Sept 25, 9:30a - 3p. Join us for our annual Toy Run ride! Registration- 9:30 - 11a, at Burger King, Rt 24 North, Bridgewater. Lunch and raffles immediately following ride at American Legion Legion post 405, 291 Mill St, Raynham. Donation: $15.00 each. Proceeds to Benefit Secret Santa of Raynham.

Rockland - World's Largest Ghost Hunt Sat, Sept 24, 7p. Join Warner Paranormal Explorers as we celebrate National Ghost Hunting Day with the 7th Annual, World's Largest Ghost Hunt. The World's Largest Ghost Hunt is a staple to inspire Historic Preservation of the Haunted AND Para-Unity. This year it will go to the NEXT LEVEL, with the capabilities that the last few months have been inherited through amazing technological advances. We are only offering 10 tickets!
Stoughton - Fall Harvest Festival Sat, Sept 24, 9a - 3p. Music, food, crafters, raffles, and even a chance to dunk our priest!

Stoughton - Stoughton Day Sat, Sept 24, 11a - 3p. Join us as we celebrate our town with the annual STOUGHTON DAY community event. The event will take place a Halloran Park on Pierce Street.

Taunton - Live Music Tailgate Party Fri, Sept 23, 5 - 8p. Join us for Great Food, Fresh Seafood and Live Music with RedNeck Porch! If you haven’t checked out this Free Community Event- you don’t know what you’re missing and we may only have a couple weeks left this 2022 Season!

Taunton - September Fly-in Potluck Breakfast Sun, Sept 25, 8 - 11a. Don’t miss our September fly-in/drive- breakfast! Everyone is welcome to this free event. We love aviation! Lots to discuss about what’s going on at the airport so join us for some fun and good hangar talk!

Taunton - Haunted Hotel - Psychic Fair & Bazaar Sun, Sept 25, 12 - 5p. You're cordially invited to this Psychic Fair made up of mediums, Tarot, Healers, Paranormal Specialists, Reiki practitioners, Crystal dealers, & other spooky oddities/collectors that are specific in the New England area. We are bringing together this "1940s/50s themed" haunted hotel & Psychic Fair to cherish the paranormal and connect you with the spooky season - we've also recently been informed by management, that the hotel may actually be haunted (google it). Themed-influence: with this hotel-style event, we're invoking the paranormal feelings of the early 20th century. All guests are encouraged to dress to the theme if they so choose (but, this is not required). SFX and Theatrics are greatly appreciated.

Taunton - Adventures in Babysitting at Stars Sat, Sept 24, 7:30p. Join us for the 35th Anniversary showing of Adventures in Babysitting. Just bring a blanket and folding chair! We pay all copyright fees, so outside food and beverages are not permitted. An attendant will be in the field if you need anything. We offer homemade pizza and calzones, Fresh Seafood, a Drive-ln Menu and a Special Menu- so something for everyone! Also movie favorites like homemade Fried Dough, Jumbo Pretzels, Fried Oreos, Hot Buttered Popcorn and much more!

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!vAlong 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!

Weymouth - Irish Heritage Day Sun, Sept 25, 11a. Join us for the 2022 Parade and Festival. Parade starts 11a at Hamilton School and end at The Cottage Bar followed by a festival at Stella Tirrell Park.
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Sorting Out Sparrows & Other LBJs - Fri, Sept 23, 7p. There are some birds that scream for attention, like Northern Cardinals and Baltimore Orioles. Sparrows are not that kind of bird. More subtle, nuanced, and commonly referred to as 'little brown jobs' (LBJs) on account of their challenging identification, sparrows run around, eat seeds, and try to stay out of trouble. Tackling sparrow identification can take your birding skills to a whole new level. This online presentation covers sparrow migration timing, and identification tips and pitfalls. With Autumn as the best time to study these birds, this presentation will get you ready just in time for your fall birding adventures.

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.
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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.
Rockland - Whitman Knights of Columbus Golf Tournament Fri, Sept 30th, 12p, Rockland Golf Course, 276 Plain St. Join the Whitman Knights of Columbus for a charity golf tournament! The tournament includes contests such as Longest Drive, Closest to the Pin, Double your Money Hole, and Hole in one. Following the competition, there will be a BBQ dinner at the Whitman Knights of Columbus, 1195 Bedford St. Pre-registration is required – there are only 100 spots. The tournament will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. For further event details, view the Knights of Columbus page or contact Larry Roache at (781) 447-9061.

Bridgewater - Gotta Dance! Bridgewater Community Dance Fri, Sept 30, 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.

East Bridgewater - Ham and Bean Supper & Pound Auction October 1st at 6pm
Union Congregational Church 105 Pleasant St $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! More info: (508) 378 - 2874

West Bridgewater - THE EARLY HISTORY OF WEST BRIDGEWATER Sun, Oct 2nd, 2p, Memorial Building, 162 Howard St. Please join us for another event celebrating the 200th Anniversary of West Parish/West Bridgewater. This presentation will be on the early history of West Bridgewater and how it may be different from its neighbors. Presented by David Moore. Mr. Moore is a student of local history. He was an Industrial Arts teacher at Bridgewater-Raynham Regional High School for 20 years and Bridgewater’s Inspector of Buildings for 20 years.

Bridgewater - Veteran's Festival at The Launch Sat, Oct 8, 1 - 6p. These 2 events are meant to bring together the community and set the stage for regular events in town next season. Local businesses and local veteran organizations will be able to showcase themselves to the public all while supporting a Veterans causes. At Fire For Effect Foundation Inc, we believe in community and bringing everyone together to the biggest impact. Maximum impact, maximum change.
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