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Assonet - Historical Society Annual Open House Sun, Sept 11, 9a - 3p. This event has it all! The museum buildings are open for all to enjoy. Vendors, antique tractors, entertainers, demonstrations, and more!

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.

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 - Cars & Coffee at the Bridgewater Public Library Sat, Sept 10, 10a - 12p. Join us for a car show behind the library! Cars from Cape Cod British Car Club will be in our parking lot with coffee under the gazebo.

Bridgewater - Gotta Dance! Bridgewater Community Dance Fri, Sept 9, 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 - Join Scouting Day Sat, Sept 10, 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 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.
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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 - GBWOT Lemonade Stand Sat, Sept 10, 10a -12p. Greater Bridgewater Women of Today are holding a lemonade stand! All proceeds will go to Cops For Kids With Cancer!
Bridgewater - Let's have a "Not Back to School" day Fri, Sept 9, 11a. Join us for a playground and pond date! We’ll be meeting at the playground (drive past the gates about 1.5 miles and you’ll see it on the right!) Then heading to the pond for some exploring, which is about a 5 minute walk from the playground/parking lot. Pack a lunch or snacks and maybe even and extra set of clothes & towel incase the kids want to play in the water. looking forward to seeing everyone again!

Brockton - Kids Road Races are Back for their 46th Season! Sat, Sept 10th, 9:30a, D.W. Field Park. Dave Gorman’s Kids Road Races will kick off their 46th season on Saturday, September 10, at D.W. Field Park at 9:30a, registration. Yes, it is still $1.00 to run. Ages 4 to 14 boys and girls for eight weeks can participate. For more information or to pre-register contact Dave Gorman or call 508-588-3148 for more information.

Brockton - Enterprise Club Chicken Bake Sat, Sept 10, 12 - 5p. Tickets $20 gets you Chowder & Chicken. Live Music by Tower Hill.... Yes Tower Hill is back together and we have them for the Chicken Bake....... Meal Tickets available now at the Enterprise Club and open to the public. Tickets will go fast so buy early. There will be $1 drafts, raffles, and a cash grille if you do not want the Chowder & Chicken meal.

Brockton - Celebrate Recovery Month with The Family Center Fri, Sept 9th, 11a - 2p, John L O’Donnell Playground, Center St. Contact Kimberly Hope or 774-257-5660 Ext 2305.

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

Brockton - Bullying and Peer Pressure Awareness Saturdays, Sep 10 & 24, 2p.
Contact: Children's Room,  508-894-1431. Location: Story Room.

Brockton - Navigating the Parent Portal Sat, Sept 10, 10a - 12p. A workshop preparing families for the school year through Technical support, Navigating the parent portal Infinite Campus, Understanding the child's report card, Finding information on the website & Sharing support groups available to families.

Buzzards Bay - Full Moon Hike: Lyman Reserve Sat, Sept 10, 8:30 - 10p. Full Moon Hikes are a Trustees favorite. These guided walks allow friends, families, and individuals a unique opportunity to experience nature at night. Enjoy a tranquil walk under the moon stars and listen as wildlife becomes more active after dusk. Mark a nighttime hike off your bucket list and join us after hours to learn the myth, legend, and lore of the Harvest Moon. Why hike at Lyman for your Full Moon adventure? The trails at Lyman make the most of the bright night sky surrounded by open pine barrens and Buzzards Bay offers breathtaking views of the moonlight reflecting on the water.
Canton - Grandparents Day Family Concert Sun, Sept 11, 4 - 6p. Come in and enjoy this musical journey through time! Michael Leidig is a pianist performing throughout New England and beyond. His solo piano performances have been described as a mellifluous impressionistic blend of well-known jazz, classical, rock, and new age music. Michael weaves interpretations of a wide variety of music from jazz greats (Armstrong, Bacharach, Cole, Ella, Guaraldi, Sinatra) to rock artists (Beatles, Coldplay, Elvis, Norah Jones) to classical composers (Chopin, MacDowell, Mozart, Pachelbel) to ‘new age’ (Phillip Aaberg, George Winston). Get taken away by Michael’s eclectic mashups spanning centuries and musical genres as we honor our grandparents.

Canton - Free Irish Dance Masterclass Fri, Sept 9, 8:30p. Join Us for a free Irish Dance masterclass in conjunction with the University of Limerick and the Irish World Academy of Music & Dance. Join Irish World Academy of Music & Dance students Nora costello & Margaret Nalley for a workshop in Irish Dance at the Irish Cultural Centre. This masterclass will be suitable for all students of Irish Dance and will provide exposure to a wide variety of steps and styles!

Carver - 10th Anniversary FUNdraiser Sat, Sept 10, 10a - 4p. A family-friendly day of special crafts, great food, music, amazing raffles and so much FUN!

Cohasset - Lobster Bingo Sat, Sept 10, 6p. 5 Rounds of Bingo. Each winner will receive 4 Yummy Lobsters. The winner of the final Round of Bingo will also receive a beautiful basket filled with goodies! Come support the vets! Have a few drinks and some snacks. It’s been a long, hot summer and we miss you!

Duxbury - Duxbury Food & Wine Festivals Wine Stroll Sat, Sept 10, 3 - 6p. Join us for the 2022 Festival Wine Stroll, produced in conjunction with the Duxbury Art Association. On the grounds of Duxbury's Historic Alden House, you'll rub shoulders with food-and-wine loving neighbors as you explore notheworthy wines from around the world. Though our format has changed slightly, what hasn't changed is our commitment to curating a tasting experience showcasing exceptional wine. As you stroll the grounds between tastings, you'll nosh on light bites while taking in some exceptional local art and live music.
East Bridgewater - Join Scouting Day Sat, Sept 10, 11a - 2p. 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.
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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 - FULL MOON HIKE Sat, Sept 10, 7:30 - 9:30p, meet at the Visitor Center. Join the Borderland Park Staff for a 3-mile guided moonlit walk along the Pond Walk Trail. We will take several stops along the route to look at and enjoy the moon. Meet at the Visitor Center and we will break everyone into smaller groups. Please arrive by start time. To ensure hike is happening or for more info, please call Borderland at (508) 238-6566.

Easton - 9/11 Remembrance Stair Climb Sun, Sept 11, 7a - 12p. We climb to remember the FDNY firefighters and civilians who lost their lives in the Sept 11 attacks. Select a 15 min time slot (or more than one if you wish) on our stair climbers. The Easton Fire Dept will be on site & provide gear if you wish to climb with gear on.

Easton - OA Swim & Dive Annual Car Wash Sun, Sept 11, 10a. Support our swimmers and divers with their annual Car Wash! 100% of proceeds go to scholarships, & transportation.

Halifax - Halifax Congregational Church Flea Market Sat, Sept 10th, 9a - 1p, Halifax Congregational Church, 503 Plymouth St. Lunch will be available – options include Take Out Chowder and Loco Larry's Taco Truck. Please contact Susan Mahan at 781-293-0422 or with any questions.

Sat, Sept 10th, 11a - 2p, Holmes Public Library Central Library. As part of National Scouts BSA Recruitment weekend, Halifax Cub Pack 239 will be outside Holmes Public Library/HOPS Playground for "Scout Me In". Come and learn about the Scouting Program. Open to Girls & Boys, Scouting is fun for the whole family.
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Hanover - Cheer Factor Sensory Play Sat, Sept 10, 10 - 11:30a. Join us for sensory play at the Hanover Cheer Factor Gym! This is a community building event for children of all abilities, including ASD/sensory needs! Feel free to bring siblings, husbands, and therapists! Whatever makes your experience more enjoyable!!

Hanson - Red Horse Farm - Goat Yoga Sun, Sept 11, 8 - 9a. Led by certified yoga instructors, Kristina Northrup and Jess Thompson, our caprine vinyasa or goat yoga session is a relaxed form of yoga, consisting of various poses primarily at beginner level and open to yogis of every skill. During a typical goat yoga session, participants are more than welcome to pet the goats or focus on the yoga practice.

Hingham - Hingham Shipyard Summer Concert Series Fri, Sept 9, 7p. The Hingham Shipyard is proud to bring LIVE MUSIC by local favorites back on the amphitheater, located by 18 Shipyard Drive. Concerts are free. Playing will be Draw The Line (Aerosmith Tribute Band).

Hingham - Women's Sunset Hike & Sip: Whitney and Thayer Woods Fri, Sept 9, 6 - 8p. Welcome Women! Join Trustees staff for an easy to moderate hike through Whitney & Thayer Woods & Turkey Hill. Enjoy the late summer air while strolling through the beautiful woodlands & connect with other women who enjoy nature. The hike will continue up through Turkey Hill with amazing evening views of the landscape. We’ll end at Weir River Farm’s Studio building where we’ll enjoy a stunning sunset & amazing views of the Boston skyline while sipping refreshments on the porch. The hike will take approximately 1 - 1.5 hours.

Hingham - Bird Walks at Worlds End Sat, Sept 10, 8 - 10a. Walk the trails of World’s End, especially “Bird Alley” and “The Valley” searching for bird songs and activity. Positioned in Hingham Bay, World’s End offers an attractive green oasis for birds flying along the coast. Poor weather conditions and unfavorable fronts often force birds to make landfall which, while not so ideal for the birds, can result in spectacular birding.

Hull - Endless Summer: Annual Waterfront Festival Sat, Sept 10, 12 - 5p. The Endless Summer Waterfront Festival is a free event hosted by the Hull Nantasket Chamber of Commerce. Endless Summer is a celebration of Hull’s great community of people, businesses, schools and town departments and is a reminder to everyone on the South Shore that Hull is open year round! Come for Live Music, Food, Vendors, Contests and a beautiful day at the beach!

Lakeville - Southeastern Mass Pagan Pride Day Sun, Sept 11, 10a - 5p. Our annual festival to celebrate the Season of Harvest. Live entertainment, open public ritual, free workshops and vendors! Rain or Shine! Please bring a non-perishable food (human or pet) if you are able.

Marshfield - 14th Annual Marshfield Community Rib Cook-Off Sat, Sept 10, 12p. The Marshfield Community Rib Cook-Off (MCRCO) returns to the Marshfield Fairgrounds and is shaping up to be the biggest event ever. 25+ teams will be competing for bragging rights to “Best Ribs on the South Shore”. Come by to taste, compare and vote on your favorite. Proceeds will benefit the Marshfield Food Pantry, Marshfield FACTS, McKinney\Vento Foster Care, Clift Rodgers Library and the NCC adult missions.

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 - Soule Homestead Harvest Fest Sat, Sept 10, 10a. Gates open at 10a to welcome you to our annual Harvest Fair! A day of laid back, family fun that includes: Free hayrides to a pick-you-own pumpkin patch, face-painting, live honey bee exhibit, tractor exhibit, saw mill demonstration, sheepdog demonstration, barnyard learning with the Soule Kids 4H Club, fiber art demonstrations by wool spinners, rug braiders and rug hookers, craft sales, live music, kids crafts and activities, hot food made to order, cold drinks, baked goods, and beer by Harper Lane Brewery! For more info email.
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 10, 10a. Explore the natural side of Blue Hills. For families and curious adults. 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 - Touch a Truck Sat, Sept 10, 10a - 3p. Games, giveaways, onsite interviews, food & more!

North Attleboro - Vendor Fair Sat, Sept 10, 9a - 3p. The Amvet PTO Playground Committee is hosting a Vendor Fair at Amvet Elementary School, 70 Amvet Blvd. We will have vendors, concessions, live music, and activities for the kids. Please join us to support the future Amvet Playground.

Pembroke - Pembroke Celebrates with Fireworks Sat, Sept 10, 5 - 8:30p, Pembroke High School athletic fields. Family Tailgating - 5 - 8p; Fireworks - 8 - 8:20p. Food trucks, vendors, live music and activities.

Plymouth - Hike Around Great South Pond with Malcolm Sat, Sept 10, 9:30a - 12:30p. Join Wildlands Trust and "Trail Guy" Malcolm MacGregor on a 6-mile hike around Plymouth's Great South Pond. This hike goes through forests, along the pond's shore, and down neighborhood roads for a complete loop around one of Plymouth's largest ponds. We'll traverse steep and varied terrain through Wildlands Trust, town of Plymouth, and Department of Conservation and Recreation properties. Sturdy boots and long pants are strongly recommended and don't forget snacks and plenty of water! Space is limited to 10 participants, advanced registration required. A waiting list will be activated when it fills.

Plymouth - Mayflower Fall Shop Local Marketplace Sun, Sept 11, 11a - 4p. Welcome back Fall Shop Local Marketplace! We'll be providing the best local vendors, with unique items and gifts, a perfect way to usher in the weather. So come down and enjoy a cold beverage and food, while you find the perfect gifts for your friends and family, maybe even pick up a few items to liven up cook outs & beach trips.

Plymouth - First Fridays at Blake Fri, Sept 9, 7p. Every first Friday of the month the Blake Planetarium showcases a live planetarium program that highlights the current night sky.
Spend First Fridays at the Blake Planetarium! A live planetarium program hosted by the very knowledgeable Steve Davies. Each month's program will focus on the current night sky (e.g., early winter, spring, mid-summer, fall). Program participants will learn how to find and identify visible planets, bright stars, and constellations. Also, participants will learn how to use a star map and take home their very own copies. Come after dinner, before dinner, or maybe even wear your pajamas, but don't forget to bring your family, friends, a date, etc. Experience an out-of-this-world adventure in America's Hometown every first Friday of each month.

Plymouth - Free Understanding & Improving Credit Scores Seminar Sat, Sept 10, 10a. At this free seminar, you will Understand the Fair Isaac Corporation (FICO) Scores and the factors used to assess your risk, Recognize the importance of credit and how life events can impact your credit score, Find out how to obtain your credit report for FREE and how often you should review for accuracy & Learn best practices to maintain your credit score to boost your financial health
Be sure to check our website for FREE future seminars and registration links.
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Rehoboth - Outdoor Sacred Sound Healing Immersion Fri, Sept 9, 7p. This Sacred Sound Immersion will be held outdoors tucked away within a beautiful country setting, surrounded and covered by a lush wooded forest. In the event of inclement weather, we will postpone to a later rain date. The power of Sacred Sound effects the mind, body and spirit on a deep, cellular level.
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Rockland - South Shore Tae Kwon Do Fall Open House Sat, Sept 10, 12 - 1:15p. Do you want a fun way to teach your child discipline and respect? Want them to stand up for themselves against a bully? Want to teach them self-control so that they're not hitting others. Still not sure if martial arts is right for them? Have them come to our open house class. We will have 4-6 year olds 12 -12:30p, ages 7 and above 12:45 - 1:15p. No prior martial arts experience is necessary. For more information, please call us at 781-308-4635, email us or checkout our website.

Stoughton - Summer Craft Fair & Flea Market Sat, Sept 10, 9a - 3p. It's Craft Fair season at Trinity! Crafters, Vendors, Raffles, Flea Market and Rummage Sale, and Live Music!

Stoughton - OSDPC's 14th Annual Fundraising Gala Sat, Sept 10, 7p. Attending this event will contribute towards OSDPC's construction of a vocational-Technical School in Hinche, Haiti.

Taunton - Cemetery Tour Sat, Sept 10, 11a - 12p, Staples Street Burying Ground. Explore even more history of the Old Colony with a visit to a different cemetery each month where we will discuss various topics in the history of our region and residents from the past! September's tour of the Staples Street Burying Ground will focus on descendants of Taunton's early families.
Taunton - Movies Under The Stars - The Lego Movie Sat, Sept 10, 7:30p. Join us for a Great Family Free Event and Kid Friendly Movie Title. Just bring blankets or folding chairs and we will offer the rest. We pay all copyright fees so outside food & beverages are not permitted- there will be an attendant in the field -if you need anything. Please help us keep these events free to the community and clean up your area after the movie.

Taunton - G-Body Cars of New England Sat, Sept 10, 11a - 1p. Join us for Great Drive-In Food, Fresh Seafood and Ice Cream.

West Bridgewater - Meet and Greet with Kyss the Therapy Dog Sat, Sept 10th, 11a - 12p, WBPL. (508) 894-1255. Register to read to Kyss the Therapy Dog.

West Bridgewater - 31st Annual Park Day Sun, Sept 11, 10a - 5p, War Memorial Park. Plenty of activities for the whole family! Free Parking & Free Admission.

Westport - 27th Annual Westport Rock Rhythm & Blues Festival Fri - Sun, Sept 9 - 11. This event will be at Holy Ghost Club, 171 Sodom Rd. Sept 9th, 6p Dinner; Sept 10 - 11, 12p - 6p. Mark your calendars now for another great year of friendship and music!

Weymouth - Wicked Weymouth Scavenger Hunt Sat, Sept 10, 9a - 12p. Rally up your local pride and rediscover what makes Weymouth special during our second town-wide scavenger hunt! Participants (under twelves can tag along) will form teams of 2 to 4 people to round up the best of Weymouth completing challenges and racking up points with our Eventzee app-based game. This light-hearted-but-competitive fundraiser event benefits our neighbors who would otherwise go hungry without the support of their community and the Weymouth Food Pantry. Registration includes an event t-shirt.
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Alternatives to Violence Project Basic Workshop - Fri, Sept 9, 5:30p. This workshop provides alternative ways of dealing with violence, drugs, crime, gangs, bullying and suicide. LET"S INVEST IN OUR COMMUNITY!! We believe individuals stand a better chance to become critical thinkers and functioning citizens if they are offered an intentional program developed to be an alternative to violence, drugs, crime, gangs, bullying, and suicide in their community.
This workshop provides alternative ways of dealing with violence, drugs, crime, gangs, bullying and suicide so that they feel empowered, educated and motivated to achieve their full potential.

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.

Virtual Visits - Fri, Sept 9, 2p. Virtually Visit Cape Cod Picture Framing & Restoration in Dennis, MA!
On the first Friday of each month, we share a video tour of one historic site or museum from around the Old Colony region and host a speaker from the site for a live Q&A with the audience on Zoom! In September we’ll get a behind-the-scenes peek at the services provided by Cape Cod Picture Framing & Restoration with a special focus on our recently conserved portrait of Lucy Ellis.
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Whitman - 2022 Whitman Fire Local 1769 Fundraising Golf Tournament Mon, Sept 12th, 8a, Country Club of Halifax. The Whitman Fire Department is hosting its 6th annual fundraising golf tournament this coming September. The tournament is a four-person best ball scramble format and will feature additional contests such as a putting competition, longest drive, and Vegas hole. The day also includes a post-golf dinner, a silent auction, and a few raffles. Funds raised at the tournament will be used to help local charities, such as youth sports teams and annual scholarships for high school students. Not interested in golfing but still want to help? Check out the other ways you can sponsor the event. Visit the Whitman Fire Department's Facebook page, email or pay them a visit at the Fire Station to learn more about the tournament. Registration is open now!

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 and 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. Televisions 24” and below can be discarded for $25. Televisions over 24” can be discarded for $30. Wood console and projection TVs can be discarded for $35. Computers, VCRs/DVDs, window air conditioners, printers/copiers, fax machines, humidifiers, flat screen computer monitors, and microwaves can be disposed of for $10. CRT Tube monitors can be disposed of for $20. Cellphones ($1) and keyboards ($2) cost a lesser amount. Most items not listed 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 information, please contact Mike at 781-252-9683.

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.

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!
Plymouth - NDCAP Save Our Bay Rally. Monday, September 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.