Abington - International Observe the Moon Night Sat, Oct 1, 7p. APL is once again pleased to be hosting this international event at Reilly Field. The South Shore Astronomical Society members will once again bring their telescopes and equipment for a night time viewing of the moon, and whatever other treasures are out that night. This event is really for all ages. Should the weather not cooperate our rain date will be Sun, Oct 2.

Attleboro - Night at the Zoo Sat, Oct 1, 6:30 - 10p. CITY SPIRITS and The Friends of Capron Park Zoo are excited to present a "Night at the Zoo" 2022! Does it get any better than raising funds for the Zoo while getting to enjoy a fun Fall night out? We'll have CASH BARS selling hand selected BEERS, CIDER, WINE, & CANNED COCKTAILS, LIVE MUSIC, FOOD TRUCKS, SILENT AUCTIONS, RAFFLES, ENTERTAINMENT, GAMES, and of course, our AMAZING ANIMALS! Don't miss out, it's going to be a great night... get your tickets today! This is ONLY 21 AND OVER event. IDs will be checked at the door. No one under 21 will be admitted. Sorry, no exceptions.

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.

Avon - A Day of Entertainment Sun, Oct 2, 2p. Come join the Professional Firefighters of Avon IAFF Local 3857 for a day of entertainment, food and drinks at the Avon Fish and Game.

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 - Score For A Cure Soccer Jamboree Sat, Oct 1, 8a - 8p. Bridgewater Sports Complex. Registration is open.

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.

Bridgewater - First Parish's Thirteenth Annual Metal Recycling Day Sat, Oct 1, 9a - 12p, rain or shine, In the parking lot at First Parish Church. Proceeds benefit the Bridgewater Food Pantry.
Keep collecting metal of all kinds for our annual recycling drive. Stoves, pipes, file cabinets, bikes, shelving, grills and lots more are needed. It’s not just recycling--we often find new homes or uses for items you bring! Our past collections have netted close to $2150 in donations to the Bridgewater Food Pantry.
Bridgewater - Casino Night Fundraiser Fri, Sept 30, 6:30p. Come on out and join us for an adults night out fundraiser to support West Bridgewater Youth Football Association.

Brockton - Bingo Night Fri, Sept 30, 2 – 5p, 34 School St. We're excited to welcome back our in-person Bingo Night, a night of family fun and fellowship with our Youthworks community! (Ages 14-18) We're gearing up for a lively game, lots of family fun, and some pretty awesome prizes - including the GRAND PRIZE of a VR HEADSET! Free Registration.

Brockton - Downtown Fall Fest Sat, Oct 1, 11a - 4p, City Hall Plaza. History, vendors, children's activities, live music, entertainment, library programs, food fun & much more!

Brockton - Free Family Concert: Peter & the Wolf Sun, Oct 2, 1p, 1350 Pleasant St. Check out Peter and the Wolf, a free family concert brought to you by the Board of Music at the UCC. The concert will feature Nicole Marane, pipe organ; Hope Vasquez, percussion; and Brockton High School's own Matt Cunningham, Narrator. The building is handicapped accessible; all parking in the rear; child care is available for infants through 4 years. For more information, email or call the church office at 508-586-3022.

Brockton - Hispanic Pride Parade Sun, Oct 2, 10a - 3p, District Court Parking Lot, 215 Main St. Hispanic Heritage Month is from September 15th to October 15th! And for the first time in Brockton, the Latin Women’s Association, in collaboration with Mayor Bob Sullivan, are holding a Hispanic Pride Parade, in honor of celebrating Hispanic heritage! Several Hispanic countries will be represented to demonstrate their culture such as Bolivia, Peru, Guatemala, Mexico, and many more. Come out to show your pride for culture and heritage!

Brockton - Sprague Village Historical Parkway Presentation Sun, Oct 2, 1p. Photo Presentation & Tour Of Our Plans To Design & Build Sprague Village Historical Parkway.

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

Brockton - Encanto Sat, Oct 1, 12:30 - 3p. Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with a viewing of the international hit movie: Encanto. Get ready to sing, dance, and have "We Don't Talk About Bruno" stuck in your heads for days to come. After the movie, stick around for a very special surprise. To sign up, please contact the Children's Room at 508-894-1430.

Brockton - FCR's Walk for Survivor Safety Sat, Oct 1, 9:30a - 2p. OCTOBER IS DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS MONTH. We are back at DW Field Park! Join FCR and Honorary Chair Chief Brenda Perez, Brockton Police Department for our annual family friendly walk in the park to raise awareness and support for survivors of domestic violence!
Canton - Observational Drawing with Live Animal Series Sat, Oct 1, 1 - 2:30p. Our Live Animal Drawing Series will provide a rare opportunity for participants to sketch from two live animal models per session such as our American Kestrels, Screech Owls, Peregrine Falcons, Great Horned Owl, and Opossum to share just a few! All art supplies will be provided by Mass Audubon for this all-inclusive art course! This workshop is aimed at beginner and intermediate students.

Canton - Oldschool Halloween Run Sun, Oct 2, 10a. Registration starts at 10, kick stands up at noon. Ride starts and ends at Canton Town Club.

Cohasset - Saving Seeds! A presentation by Blue Stem Natives Sun, Oct 2, 2 - 3p. Learn how to grow (native!) plants for free by saving seeds from your existing or new plants at our upcoming presentation this Sunday! Blue Stem Natives co-owner, Britt Drews, will take you through the why, how, where, and what of saving native seed. From best collecting methods, cleaning, to sowing. And of course we will chat "why native".
Join us for this presentation and bring home the knowledge to save and grow from seed.

Dartmouth - The Woodland Fairytale - Psychic Fair Sun, Oct 2, 12p. Remember the fairytales from long ago with stories that make you long for the woods? We're bringing them to life. You're invited to embrace your inner child with us - meet us in the Woodlands for Psychics, Tarot, Fairytale Vibes, and Costume. *All Indoors *Costumes Encouraged *One thing Tarot Goddess focuses on is creating special social spaces for hanging out, meeting new friends, and building relationships with others who practice or have fallen in love with similar things. *We're bringing together over 30-40 New England paranormal and witchy craft vendors, psychics, & witches from across the region -(and many who love cosplay, tarot, and connecting with others)!

East Bridgewater - Ham and Bean Supper & Pound Auction Sat, Oct 1, 6p, 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!

East Bridgewater - Home Firearms Safety Class Sat, Oct 1, 1 - 5p. Learn basic firearms safety. Come and get certified and apply for your LTC or FID cards. This is is a 4 hour class that is required in MA to be able to apply for you License to carry permit.
East Bridgewater - Apple Picking w/ Plymouth Pride Sat, Oct 1, 12:30p, CN Smith Farm. (Meet at the apple picking entrance after parking)

Easton - NRT's Harvest and Craft Fair Sun, Oct 2, 10a - 2p. Join us at NRT's Sheep Pasture for our annual Harvest and Craft Fair! We'll be celebrating fall with local crafts for sale, fun activities for the whole family, live music, and delicious food! Whether you're coming to decorate pumpkins, browse for handmade crafts, or eat that perfect hand-dipped caramel apple, we have it all!

Easton - Wand & Spell Book Workshop Sun, Oct 2, 2 - 4p. Join us for a magical time creating a WIZARDY WAND and DIY SPELL BOOK. Guests will choose from various lettering, spooky attachments, embellishments, and colors to make their creations unique and one-of-a-kind! It wouldn’t be a bewitching time without a tasty beverage, and we’ve covered you! Each guest will also receive a BUTTER BEER to quench their thirst. Great workshop for ages 10 years and older.

Easton - Introduction to Nature Photography Using Smartphones Fri, Sept 30, 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 - CommUnity Yard Sale Sat, Oct 1, 9a – 2p, rain or shine. It will be inside if it rains. You can also call church office to register at 508-238-6373.

Halifax - DOM's Tasting Event Sat, Oct 1, 11a - 2p. Join us at the Farmstand and Pumpkin Patch for a DOM’S TASTING EVENT! Sample your old favorites and discover your new favorites: we’ll be grilling at the Pumpkin Patch.

Halifax - Grief Support Group Fri, Sept 30, 12p, Halifax Congregational Church A grief support group will be held at the Halifax Congregational Church monthly. It will be held for people who have lost a loved one through death and will be open to church and community members. Members will learn the five stages of grief (Kubler-Ross) and will have a safe place to express their grief. It will be lead by the Rev. Dr. William Wildman and Ida Raduc, LMHC. Anyone interested in attending may call Rev. Wildman at 781-293-6393. The group is free of charge and will follow CDC guidelines.

Hingham - Author Signing with Michael Lewis Sat, Oct 1, 12 - 2p. Talk like a pirate - "aargh!"
Fight Like A Girl, Have a Thanksgiving food fight, or a Christmas Pirate battle. Enjoy all these great reads and more with your favorite pirate author, Michael Lewis. Aargh, me hearties!
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Hingham - Weir River Farm Fall Festival Sat, Oct 1, 11a - 3p. Grab your friends and family and join us at Weir River Farm for our Fall Festival! Visit with our farm animals, climb aboard a tractor, and make a fall craft! Play some fun festival games, get a farm tattoo, and listen to live music! Dont forget to browse great local vendors while enjoying a delicious cider donut! As you’re enjoying delicious food and beer, listen to live music. Admission includes everything except food and beverages. This event runs rain or shine. Admission fee is per person. Tickets available online or at the door. We encourage visitors to bring reusable items that they might need throughout the day such as a refillable water bottle. From 10 - 11a we will be running a Sensory-Friendly Fall Festival Hour. This hour will offer decreased participant capacity, reduced noise, and other accommodations for anyone who might benefit from a sensory-friendly environment.

Mansfield - Indian Wedding Expo Sun, Oct 2, 11a - 3p. Your One Stop Shop for your Indian Wedding Events. From mandaps to makeup, henna to photographers, clothing to caterers, planners and more! Our Annual Wedding Expo is back! We are looking forward to meeting you and helping you shop for all your events and find all the vendors you need to make your vision come true! Save yourself hours of research and scheduling calls and meet all of the area's best vendors under one roof! Shop for your Bridal Lehenga and jewelry in person.

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 - Spooktacular Cruising' Classic Car Show Sun, Oct 2, 8a - 3p.

Middleboro - Rise Against ALS - Music of the Decades Fundraiser Sat, Oct 1, 7p. Join us at the Middleboro Elks for an evening of fun as we dance to the best songs of the decades to help "Rise Against ALS" - because ALS is DECADES overdue for a cure! This music and raffle-packed event is being hosted and spearheaded by the inspiring Michelle Strojny, who is grace under fire and determined to rise against the devastating disease she has been bravely battling for over 3 years. Hosting along with Michelle, is her husband, Aaron, their son, Jack, and their supportive RISE AGAINST ALS friends who are doing all they can to create a fun and successful event for all to support our mission. Michelle faces each day with positivity and strength and wants nothing more than to help all impacted by ALS. To that end, this event will be filled with fun with an Italian buffet, amazing raffles, a cash bar, and dancing inspired by the sounds of the decades by DJ Mike Grondin!

Middleboro - Emotions & Release with Essential Oils & Crystals Sun, Oct 2, 10 - 11a. Class is limited to 5 people.
Middleboro - Goodies in the Garden Sun, Oct 2, 1 - 3p. Come and enjoy a fall afternoon in the Herb Garden at the Oliver Estate. We have limited seating with tables for 4 people, with a total of 16 people per event, so grab 3 friends or family members and come and enjoy some time basking in the serene surroundings of the gardens and enjoying delectable desserts at the Oliver House. Enjoy this fundraiser to help the Oliver Estate continue to grow and become a great asset for the Town of Middleboro. If you have any questions, please contact us.

Milton - KIDLEIDOSCOPE Fri, Sept 30, 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 children ages 4-10 years with an adult.

Norton - Smokey Chestnut Farm Annual Craft Fair Sat, Oct 1, 11a - 4p. Join us for Smokey Chestnut Farm's second annual fall craft fair fundraiser! This craft fair is truly a one-of-a-kind event that provides an authentic experience for visitors in the Massachusetts area. The participation of vendors marketing high-quality, unique, hand-crafted items is an important part of the experience. Visiting the animals of Smokey Chestnut Farm also adds greatly to the experience! Come enjoy a great day and support a wonderful cause! 50 unique vendors. Homemade fall themed food and drink for sale!
Proceeds from admission and food to benefit Smokey Chestnut Farm. Please carpool! Limited on-site parking. One outdoor porta potty for use.
Please, no smoking and no pets.

Pembroke - Wild Women's Retreat Sat, Oct 1, 12 - 8p. Calling in 13 wild Women who are ready to answer the the call and stand in their formidable feminine power. Have you been desiring to gather with other women who embody fierce sensuality and raw authenticity? In this wild Women's Retreat, we will connect deeply with our bodies through touch, sacred ritual, song, herbal cleansings, and movement. By raising our voices, speaking our truths, singing our heart's song, this empowered healing will ripple out to or families, our communities and the collective. Our day will consist of activities and rituals to honor your beautiful bodies and to connect you with your purpose for being here on this planet at this time.

Plymouth - Pits, Posts, & Palisades: Archaeological Findings on Burial Hill Sat, Oct 1, 1 - 2p. This free, one-hour tour begins at the very top of Burial Hill. The event will not be simultaneously streamed or broadcast live; however, an enhanced and audio-corrected digital version of each tour will premiere online the month following each live event. No reservations required for individuals and families. May involve strenuous walking on steep hillside. Severe weather may cancel tour; check our Facebook pages and websites for updates.

Plymouth - Plymouth Recovery Fest Fri, Sept 30, 5 - 8p. Plymouth County Outreach, PCO HOPE, and the Plymouth Recovery Center invite you to join us at Recovery Fest at Pilgrim Memorial State Park! The event will include music, food trucks, and more. Come celebrate recovery with friends, family, and loved ones.

Plymouth - CoastSweep Beach Cleanup Sat, Oct 1, 9a. Join us for our annual Plymouth Beach Cleanup! Long Beach in Plymouth, 1 Ryder Way. Take a left onto the dirt road and follow the beach, past the food shack. SOCIAL following at Mayflower Brewery! Please bring your masks and a pair of gloves.
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Plympton - Mayflower Market Days Sat & Sun, Oct 1 - 2, 10a - 5p. Two days on a field loaded with antique vendors, crafters, food makers and food trucks! Come meet your hosts Jenny and Mike from HGTV’s Houses with History!

Quincy - Quincy's Food Truck & Music Festival Sat, Oct 1, 12 - 6p. The City of Quincy’s annual Food Truck & Music Festival will take place on Coddington Street. The afternoon will include a wide variety of local bands, food trucks and kids entertainment. Musical acts, Kids entertainment on the lawn of the Thomas Crane Public Library.

Quincy - Greater Boston Albanian Festival Sun, Oct 2, 12 - 5p. The first annual GREATER BOSTON ALBANIAN FESTIVAL at Kilroy Square, 25 Cottage Avenue in Quincy Center. The Festival is organized by St. George Albanian Orthodox Cathedral and Leo Keka of Alba Restaurant in association with MAAS BESA.
We cordially invite you to join us for a festive afternoon of delicious food, Albanian music, and lively dancing. There will be balloon animals and face painting for the children. Show off your Albanian pride by bringing your authentic costumes and be professionally photographed with your friends and family. Joining us as MC will be Polikseni Manxhari, of WHDH 7News.

Rockland - Gallery Reading and VIP Ghost Hunt Fri, Sept 30, 6:30 - 11p. Join renowned Spirit Medium Tiffany Rice for a one of a kind night. This is her second time at Hartsuff Hall and she wants you to be part of it. Stay after the gallery reading for some paranormal fun! There will be an exclusive paranormal investigation limited to ONLY 15 VIP TICKET HOLDERS led by Warner Paranormal Preservation Society. You will see what spirits are lurking in the Hall. A must for you history goers.

Rockland - Rockland Fall Festival Sat, Oct 1, 1p. We’re back for our 2nd annual Rockland Fall Festival. We had a blast with everyone last year and can’t wait to share another fall afternoon partying in the center of Rockland. We add some more fun activities and can’t wait to share all the details. Our beer garden is much bigger as requested and we’ve adding more fall fun for the kids like a petting zoo, pony rides and characters as well as balloon twisting, face painting and of course the big Touch-A-Truck with the candy drop again.

Sharon - Back to School Movie Night Sat, Oct 1, 6:30p. Outdoor Movie Night sponsored by SEF and Mercury Intl.

Stoughton - 2nd Annual Stoughton Brewfest Sat, Oct 1, 1 - 5p. This charity fundraising event will be hosted at the First Parish of Stoughton and brought to you by the Stoughton Energy & Sustainability Committee. This community event will feature beer tastings from local breweries, food vendors, local musicians, energy & environmental resources, a raffle, lawn games and more! Day-of sales will be cash or Venmo only! Tickets include sampling glass and wristband for beer sampling (responsibly).
Make sure to purchase your tickets and come sample some beer while hanging out with your family, friends, and neighbors on a fall afternoon.
Guests are welcome to bring their own lawn chair or blanket to sit on as well. Proceeds support local food banks and the Evelyn House.

Taunton - THS Music & Art Reunion: "The Return of The Old Irish Blessing" Sun, Oct 2, 5 - 8p. Help us to Put the FUN in Fundraiser. Join some very Talented THS Alumni for an evening of Music, Art and the Olde Irish Blessing! What began as a musical class reunion has developed into a great way to help out a good cause. The Knights of Columbus and THS music Alumni,(‘82-‘83) are raising money for the Youth Group of St Andrew’s Church to take a pilgrimage to the Annual Youth Day Of Prayer in Lisbon, Portugal.
Taunton - Architecture Walking Tour  Sat, Oct 1, 11a. A free, one-hour guided tour highlighting some of the architectural gems of our city and stories of Tauntonians from the past. This guided tour follows an approximately 1-mile route around Church Green and Taunton's Historic District to highlight some of the architectural gems of our city and stories of the Tauntonians who called them home. Scheduled for the first Saturday of each month, rain or shine. Meet us on the Museum’s front steps at 11a!

Taunton - Live Music Tailgate Party Fri, Sept 30, 5 - 8p. Join us for Great Food, Fresh Seafood and Live Music! As always, Free to the Community!

Taunton - Casper Sat, Oct 1, 6:25p. Join us for another Free to The Community Event. 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. Help us to continue to offer these Free Family Fun Events and Please pick up your area after the show!

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.

West Bridgewater - WB Athletic Boosters Car Wash Sun, Oct 2, 12p - 3p, Town Hall.

West Bridgewater - Family Fun Festival Sat, Oct 1, 10a - 12p. Join us for our Family Fun Festival in support of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital! This free, fun-filled event will feature: - Face Painting, - Temporary Tattoos, - Dance Party, - Bake Sale, - Bike Safety Arts & Crafts, - Snacks & Refreshments. Cash and digital donations are welcome. All proceeds will go to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.

West Bridgewater - 5 Little Pumpkins at Keeping Pace Sat, Oct 1, 10:30a. “5 Little Pumpkins in October" is a fun Music Class, including everything you love about October! This awesome traveling music and movement class is called Tune Time with Jessi! This one hour class includes music, movement, puppets, dance, instrument exploration, lessons in rhythm, and themed literature!

Weymouth - Health and Wellness Fair Sat, Oct 1, 10a. From engaging speakers to free workshops for all, you'll discover new trends and recommendations for your health. Open to the public. - Guest speakers, - Workshops, - A1C testing, - Inbody Composition testing, - Demonstrations, - Chair massage, - Foam rolling/mobility sessions and much more!

Whitman - Quilt Show at All Saints Church, 44 Park Avenue. October 1 from 10 to 4. Quilts will be exhibited in the sanctuary. There will be a light luncheon from 11 to 3 and a lecture by noted quilter Patricia Delaney at 4:30pm

Whitman VFW Post 697, 95 Essex St. Join the Whitman and East Bridgewater Republican Town Committees as they join to host RTC’S Joint BBQ and Corn Boil! Local corn, hot dogs, hamburgers and sides will be served! Along with a cash bar. Proceeds from this event will be split evenly between the Whitman Republican Town Committee and East Bridgewater Republican Town Committee.
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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.

Learn How To Start Investing in Real Estate and Build Wealth - Sat, Oct 1, 12 - 1:30p. We Would Like To Show You How You Can...Set Your Financial Focus And Strategy With Confidence, Using Life-Changing Lessons And Exclusive Insights From A Community Of Seasoned Industry Leaders.

Grantwriting Workshop - Sat, Oct 1, 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.
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Bridgewater - 8th Annual History Mystery Walking Tour Sat, 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!

Easton - 50th Anniversary of Borderland State Park Sat, Oct 8, 9a - 4p (rain date Oct 9). Family Fun Day at Borderland State Park will celebrate the 50th anniversary of both Borderland State Park and The Friends of Borderland.

Bridgewater - Veteran's Festival at The Launch Sat, Oct 8, 1 - 6p. This event is 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.

Middleboro - Harvest Crews and Brews - Twilight at the Cranberry Bogs Sun, Oct 9, 4p. Grab a beverage and bite to eat with our harvest crew, listen to some live tunes and take in the harvest views as we wrap-up a day at the bogs...This event came out of COVID and after numerous requests from guests and the crew alike we are bringing this event back! Our Barn store will be open for those looking to purchase fresh cranberries and other local cranberry goodies. Parking spots are limited. No outside food or alcohol allowed at this time. While we provide some seating, we encourage you to bring a blanket, chairs etc and enjoy the live music and view of the bogs on our lawn or patio during this harvest season. Beverages and food will be available on site for purchase featuring locally sourced and prepared items. We encourage guests to walk around and take in the bogs in designated areas. Grab a photo with some antique equipment and just enjoy the fresh autumn air! Sorry no pets at this time for biosecurity & liability reason. In the event of rain, the vendors, seating and guests will be relocated inside the Barn!

OCTOBER 8TH – 8:00 TO 10:30 AM Fundraiser to help BRYRON AND ASHLEY RUIZ in Bluefield, Nicaragua complete their house. They currently live with their two children in a small shack over the water on the inland of Rama Cay. The island is overcrowded and has very poor sanitary conditions. Friends in Action, International, a Christian service organization, have been developing a new mainland village with clean water and septic systems. Byron and Ashley have a house in the village that is mostly completed but require an additional $1,860 to finish the house and move in. We are raising funds to help. Please consider supporting this effort to give the Ruiz family a decent home to live in and raise their family.

Raynham - Raynham Lions Club Craft Fair Sat, Oct 15, 9a - 3p, King Phillips St. Join the Raynham Lions Club for refreshments, raffles, and crafts! Fun for all ages. The club is also looking for crafters! Tables are $40 each – show off your unique craft to the Raynham community this October! For more information, check out the Raynham Lions website and call: Nadine Ferreira at 774-218-9064 or Janice Steek at 508-823-1815.
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