Attleboro - HOWL-a-ween Weekends at Capron Park Zoo Saturdays & Sundays, through Nov 1st, 10a - 4p. Final entry at 3p. Bring your little ones out to enjoy daytime HOWL-a-ween fun at the zoo! Kids can take fun pics, pick a pumpkin from the patch (while supplies last), do some trick-or-treating and enjoy the zoo all at the same time. All activities FREE with zoo admission (members are always FREE).

Boston - Boston Lights: A Lantern Experience Thurs - Sun, through Nov 1: 6 - 10:30p, Franklin Park Zoo. Experience the wonder of over 50 magnificent displays comprised of hundreds of beautifully crafted lanterns spanning Franklin Park Zoo's 72 acres. Lantern experience dazzles and delight guests of all ages! Walk (socially distanced, of course) through a luminous 66-foot-long shark tunnel, radiant flower gardens, glimmering butterflies, whimsical ocean scenes and a majestic 197-foot-long dragon light up the night sky.

Boston - Live Animals: Halloween Animals - #Livestream Fri, Oct 30, 1p. Join the Museum of Science's Live Animal Care Center staff as they introduce you to some of the wondrous animals that call the Museum their home! Get a closeup look at our scaly, furry, or even exoskeletal friends and come with your questions and observations!

Boston - Museum of Fine Arts Wed - Sun, 10a - 5p. Reopened to the general public. Plan your visit and get your tickets.

Braintree - Trunk or Treat Sat, Oct 31, 1 - 4p. All are welcome! Bring the kids and have some safe fun trick or treating outside the lodge. All CDC guidelines will be observed so please wear a mask and socially distance.

Bridgewater - Here it Began - 2020 Hindsight or Foresight - Indigenous History Conference Nine Virtual Sessions; Now - Nov. 22. Here It Began: 2020 Hindsight or Foresight, a signature Plymouth 400 event, is an Indigenous History Conference to inspire educators to learn about creation histories and traditional life; colonization and its aftermath; and the continued resilience and life of New England Natives today. The virtual event, sponsored by Bridgewater State University, Plymouth 400, Inc., and the Wampanoag Advisory Council, is FREE OF CHARGE and offers nine weekend sessions during the months of October and November that will feature well-known experts and testimonials. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. Session Dates: November 1, 8, 15, 21, and 22. This gathering seeks to explore a wide range of topics such as traditional life, colonization, historical trauma, family research, rights, language, food sovereignty, indigenous art, literature, education, and other related topics.
Bridgewater - Attic Treasures Yard Sale Sat, Oct 31, 9a - 1p. Bag sale starts at 12noon (One price to fill a bag) Central Square Congregational Church, UCC – on the Bridgewater Common. Special Christmas section! Come grab some treasures, household items, games and toys, knick-knacks, collectibles. A bargain for everyone. Have you been cleaning during the pandemic? Donations accepted on Fri, Oct. 30, or by appointment. 508-697-6016 or email for more info. Please no furniture, electronics, books, or clothes – except Christmas themed!!

Brockton - Mommy and Me Fridays, 1:30p @ Moakley Center. Mommy & Me Support Group for Mothering and Breastfeeding is a FREE, no reservation mothering and breastfeeding support group program for new moms with infant activities that encourage positive relationships. Discussion groups, infant massages and parenting info.

Brockton - Alanon Support Group Sundays, 10a. Open discussion for people whose lives are or may be affected by alcoholism All are welcome.

Brockton - American Bar Association 19th Amendment Traveling Exhibit Now through Oct 30, 9:30a - 4:30p. The travel display on loan from the American Bar Association will be on display at the Brockton Library and at Brockton City Hall. A six-banner free standing exhibit, curated by the Library of Congress features historic photos and artifacts detailing the story of the battle for ratification & outlining the challenges that remain.

Brockton - Candy DoorDash Sat, Oct 31, 2 - 4p. We recognize that many families have spent the last several months in isolation, which is why we’ve created a new concept for Halloween, our Candy DoorDash! We are inviting the first 100 kids to join us. The first 100 kids to register will get a fun filled candy bag delivered right to their front door. Be prepared to take a quick picture with our surprise characters. The first 10 children who sign up will receive a Child Safety ID Card. Parents & kids can experience a friendly safe Halloween during Covid in their own comfort space.

Brockton - Trick-or-Treat Sat, Oct 31, 5 - 7p.
You're invited to the3rd annual trick-or-treating at Pearl Street UMC. We will take the necessary precautions & ensure the kids a safe Halloween.

Brockton - Halloween Candy Land Fri, Oct 30, 3 - 6p. Come to Candy Land & enjoy Socially distance Trick or Treating at the Y! Come Join free admission to Candy Land, safe and fun trick or treating: Costumes encouraged and Must wear face mask. Trick or Treat Station; Selfie Station, Crafts, Refreshments and much more.
Brockton - 2020 Brockton Farmers Market Open through Oct 30. You can come & visit or Order in advance and pickup at the market!

Carver - Halloween Drive In Movies at King Richards Faire Lot Thurs - Sun through Oct 31st. Snacks available. Audio is broadcast via FM transmitter. Use your car’s radio in accessory mode. Gates open at 6:00pm and all tickets are General Admission. Oversized vehicles have a special area to not obstruct anyone’s view.

Carver - DCR offers self-guided tours in many state parks. Locally, Myles Standish State Forest has multiple tours for you to choose. Try Rocky Pond Cranberry Bogs Trail Guide, Frost Pocket Loop Trail GuideEast Head Reservoir Trail Guide or Recommended Paved Bike Paths.

Duxbury - Trunk or Treat Fri, Oct 30, 5:30 - 7:30p. Join for our annual Duxbury Trunk or Treat - drive thru style! Dress up and decorate your car to drive through our Halloween maze in the parking lot. Please arrive through the entrance on Kingstown Way. Prizes for the best kid costume and best car costume will be awarded and announced on our facebook page that night! Each child will receive a treat bag with individually wrapped candy and an option for a family photo.

East Bridgewater - JACK-O-LANTERN EXTRAVAGANZA Fri, Oct 30th, 6:30 - 9:30p rain or shine. Hosted by the Viking Sports Parents.
Come on out and support our Viking athletes.
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East Bridgewater - Outdoor Pumpkin Scavenger Hunt Sun, Oct. 18 – Nov. 1 at your own pace.... enjoy this outdoor fall fun!!!
Outdoor, self-guided scavenger hunt along six town trails – Bennett Lane, Leland Farm, the trails at Sachem Rock Farm, Town Forest, the trails at the YMCA, and the trails at Poor Meadow Brook.
Starting Oct 18, find instructions on our Facebook page; locate laminated pumpkins at these sites and see if you can find the gold pumpkin at each trail! Then send a photo with one of the golden “pumpkins” to the Friends of East Bridgewater Trails; we'll post these champs on our Facebook page! Free and open to all. If you visit these trails in groups, PLEASE be sure to follow proper social distancing rules and stay safe. For more information email

East Walpole - The Nocturnal Trail at Bird Park Fri & Sat through Halloween. Come to the park in the dark to trick-or-treat with the park's nocturnal animals! On this Halloween adventure, families with little ones are invited to walk a short pumpkin-lit trail through the woods dotted with fun facts about the nocturnal animals found in the park. Along the trail, find four "trick-or-treat stations" where children can see the pretend nocturnal animals and select a bag of candy, so remember to wear your costume and bring a trick-or-treat bag and flashlight! A pumpkin and decorating kit may be preordered. Pumpkin decorating stations will be set up by the Music Court (stone stage). The outdoor setting and limited numbers allow you to socially distance and attend the event safely. Masks and advanced reservations required.

Easton - Outdoor Adventures in Nature: Pumpkin Painting Adventure Fri, Oct 30, 10a. Join NRT staff for an hour-long outdoor class at the Sheep Pasture property. Ready for Halloween? Need a pumpkin? Sign up for the awesome pre-Halloween class where participants will get to decorate their own pumpkin! Pumpkins and all craft materials will be provided. Feel free to bring your own pumpkin as well! The class is open to children ages 3 and up, as well as adults. Individuals or families are welcome! Registration of $10 per person is required; each individual must register for a space, including both adults and children.

Easton - Playtime Fridays & Saturdays, 10a - noon & 1 - 3p @ The Children's Museum in Easton. Please purchase a ticket for each person in your party over the age of 1. Admission to the Museum is $9 per person. Spots are limited and first come first serve. Thank you for your understanding.
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Foxboro - Showcase Pop Up Drive in Halloween movies at Patriots Place Fridays & Saturdays for the month of October! Guests can celebrate Halloween all October long with Pop-Up Drive-In movie showings of spooky Halloween favorites. Each night will feature a family-friendly movie followed with a conventional horror movie.

Hanson - Halloween Family Farm Day Sat, Oct 31, 11a - 2p @ Channell Homestead. Get your ticket to reserve your spot for free then Admission is $5 per person, you pay for ticket at the farm upon arrival. Under 1 free.

Lincoln - Free Fun Friday Fri, Oct 30, 9a - 5p. Courtesy of a generous grant from the Highland Street Foundation, admission to Drumlin Farm will be free to all. Welcome to the farm! In an effort to keep our visitors and staff safe by allowing for plenty of social and physical distancing, visitors will need to reserve a ticket for a specific arrival time. There will be no tickets available on site.
Please note: For everyone’s safety, there will be no access to buildings or water fountains and limited bathrooms. Massachusetts state guidelines require masks to be worn in the admissions and animal exhibit areas (required for adults and children over age 2).

Middleborough - Public Ghost Tours at the Oliver House Saturdays, Oct 31 - Nov 14, 6p - 12a. Investigate the historic and haunted Oliver House. During this 2.5 hour tour, you will learn about the history and the activity of this 251 year old home. Place yourself in one of the most active locations on Halloween. Investigate and find out who walks there with our staff. Equipment is available and so are the spirits. Space is extremely limited. Tickets on sale now on Eventbrite.
New Bedford - Boo at the Zoo Saturdays through Halloween. SLIGHTLY SPOOKY FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY! Boo at the Zoo returns, with extra precautions, during the daytime to satisfy all your fall, Halloween and cool weather cravings. Baby Boo is geared towards children 5 and under, but any age is welcome! Dress the kids in their favorite costume and come explore all that BPZOO has to offer! Our slightly spooky theme will include mazes, a scavenger hunt, plenty of trick-or-treat stations, endless photo opportunities including a photo costume contest, Halloween themed animal enrichment, and up-close meet and greets with the Zoo’s Animal Ambassadors. Plus, lots of seasonal treats from the Bear's Den Cafe. Families are encouraged to bring their own “trick or treat” bags.

Pembroke - Transformational Full Moon Fire Ceremony Sat, Oct 31, 7 - 9:30p. Join us on this Full/Blue Moon on Halloween (which is a rare event) to offer your intentions into the fire. This is an unpredictable full moon, there is the possibility for sudden change and unexpected events. It serves us to release inflexibility, negative thinking, close mindedness, and inability to adapt.

Plympton - Sauchuks Corn Maze Weekends through Nov 1. Corn maze with games, hayrides, PYO pumpkins, jumping pillows, corn cannons, pumpkin blasters, pig races, O.K. Corral, etc. Reservations required.

Plymouth - Halloween Yoga Flow - Outdoor Class Sat, Oct 31, 10a. Join instructor Bailey Miles for a transformational yoga flow class on the lawn at Davis-Douglas Farm on Halloween! All levels welcome. Group size is limited to 10. There will be a waiting list to join when the program fills. This will be the last yoga class of the season.
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Providence, RI - Drive Through Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular Now through Nov 1st, 6:30 - 11p. End your week at FOOD TRUCK FRIDAY at Experience a spooktacular new way to celebrate the Halloween season! Celebrate Special Places while staying safe inside your car enjoying thousands of intricately carved pumpkins as you immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of the Halloween season. Gates close at 10:30 p. 

Randolph - Lunch & Learn Online! Fridays through Oct 30th, 12:30p. Lunch & Learn online with the Turner Free Library! Join us on YouTube or Facebook Live for a brief overview of a technology topic each week.

Raynham - Blood Drive Sat - Sun, Oct 31 - Nov 1, 7a - 3:15p, 275 New State Hwy. Anyone interested in participating can visit type in your zip & make an appointment.

Raynham - Local Trails Hewitts Pond Conservation Area – North Main St: Pond, trail, dam, bird watching (No hunting is allowed at the Hewitt Pond Conservation Area located on North Main St or the Kransberg Conservation Area located on King St at Dam Lot Brook.). Forge River Conservation Area – South Main St: River, forest trail, historical site, bird watching. Raynham State Forest – Locust St: Upland forest, trail.

Raynham - Explore Raynham HIstory Browse historical photos of Raynham in, Raynham Remembers. This collection is part of the library’s local digital history collection.

Taunton - Old Colony History Museum Virtual Tour 66 Church Green. Thanks to TCAM TV, if you can’t join us in person enjoy a walking tour of some of Taunton’s oldest homes and buildings hosted by the OCHM’s Community Programming Coordinator Saria Sweeney. Check out our blog.

Taunton - Downtown Taunton's Pumpkin Extravaganza & Carving Contest Through Halloween. Downtown Taunton is holding its 1st EVER Pumpkin Carving Contest! Join in all the Halloween Fun by emailing. Judging will take place on Fri, Oct 23. WINNERS will be posted at the Pumpkin Extravaganza display at Baron Lofts Plaza and RIGHT HERE on The Downtown Taunton Facebook page. Winners will also be notified via email. Pumpkins must remain on display Downtown thru October 31st. {Pumpkins that become rotten or moldy prior to October 31st will be disposed of.} Pumpkins will be on display on Main Street in Downtown Taunton thru Sat, Oct 31st. ~Pumpkins will be lit on Oct 30 & 31, weather & pumpkin health permitting, from 5:30 - 8p. 
Taunton - Local Parks Links to parks in your area: Hopewell Park, Playground & Splash Pad;

Taunton - OCHM Trick-or-Treat Sat, Oct 31, 10a - 4p. Everyone who visits the Museum in costume will receive free admission to the exhibits and a special treat!

Taunton - The Raven Fri, Oct 30, 6:30p. Get in the Halloween spirit in Downtown Taunton with a dramatic reading of Edgar Allan Poe's The Raven. Taunton's own, Barry Sanders will be reading this spooky, & mysterious tale outdoors under an almost full Blue Moon. The mood will be set by Halloween decor (don't worry, nothing scary) for a night of tingling seasonal fun. Goodie bags for the first 30 kids to arrive. Soda, water, and pre-packaged snacks will be available for sale. Space is limited for this free, family friendly activity to 50 participants, so register early!

West Bridgewater - Conservation Area Trail Maps Wondering where you can walk and keep your distance while staying close to home? Enjoy some of our towns open spaces while getting some much needed exercise and fresh air. 

West Bridgewater - West Bridgewater Lions Club Pink Pancakes for a Cause Through October. Join our friends at Daybreak Family Restaurant, Sandi-Rose Cafe, and Summer Street Cafe to help raise money for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Pink pancakes are available everyday this month, and $1 per order is donated!

Weymouth - Autism Swim & Safety Program, Ages 4-18 Sundays through Nov 22nd, 12 - 2:30p. Come join us for a guided and supportive swim and safety program. Each lesson is private (one individual per class) and will run 30 minutes. Classes will be run by Debbie Weinstein of Autism Swim & Recreation LLC ( Debbie has a Bachelor of Science Degree in K-12 Education and has been a swim instructor for 18 years. She is a certified American Red Cross Water-Safety Instructor with many years of effectively working with children with ASD.
Space is limited.  Please do not register for this program if you are unable to attend each week of the six-week session. Class times will be assigned after all registrations are received. This event is free and is for individuals with ASD living within our service region. You will receive an email confirming your confirmation. Questions, please email