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Arlington - A VIRTUAL ZOOM PUPPET SHOW WITH MARGARET MOODY PUPPETS Live via Zoom SUN, SEP 13, 2p. As part of the Mill’s reopening weekend, we are pleased to present a free, live, virtual puppet show for children via Zoom, presented by Margaret Moody Puppets of Arlington. The program, hosted by Edward Gordon, Director of Museum Programs, will be held on Sunday, September 13, live at 2 pm.
“The Badger Meets the Fairies” tells the tale of gentle Mr. Badger, who is thrilled to meet Blossom, a flower fairy, in the garden. He flies away with her to help the fairies build a playground. But then it’s complicated: the fairies won’t use cement; and Mr. Badger wants to learn to fly. Accompanied by musical arrangements by Peter Lehman and Ann Wynne, this program is geared toward preschoolers to age 8; children will be treated to this imaginative story as well as a live segment on how to make your own puppet at home. The main puppet show will last approximately 30 minutes, with supplementary content. Preregistration is not required; here is the link to join the show. Meeting ID: 899 7252 9386 Passcode: 966075. The online program is 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. The first of its kind in New England, our lantern experience will dazzle and delight guests of all ages!
We invite you to walk (socially distanced, of course) through a luminous 66-foot-long shark tunnel, dramatic entrance arches, radiant flower gardens, and traditional Asian lantern scenes. Glimmering butterflies, whimsical ocean scenes and a majestic 197-foot-long dragon will light up the night sky. Little entertainers can even make their own music on a giant step-and-play piano! 

Boston - Science in Action: Virtual Birding Fri, Sept 11, 12p. Science never stops—even in your home. Interact with our Museum educators as they present fun, engaging science demonstrations & activities! Join Museum of Science educators as they demonstrate ways to use important science skills, like making observations, from home! This session will explore some of the birds that can be found right outside our windows – how to find them, identify them, and engineer like them! This is a rebroadcast of a previous live presentation. We will be hosting this rebroadcast on YouTube and Facebook. You can find upcoming live streams and past presentation recordings here.

Boston - USS Constitution Museum Now Open, 10a - 4p. All exhibits will be open to explore with markers on the floor to help maintain the recommended six-feet of physical distance. While some elements have been temporarily removed, such as the hammocks and play food, you will still find several of your favorite hands-on interactives and all of your favorite artifacts to enjoy.
New to the experience is one-way foot traffic throughout the Museum. The final stop in the experience is our Museum Store – the largest on the Freedom Trail! Staff are also still available to answer questions and bring USS Constitution’s history to life behind a plexiglass station.
Boston - Virtual Jamaica Plain Garden Tour Daily through Fri, Sept 18th. The Jamaica Plain Garden Tour, now in its third year, is a key fundraiser for the Trustees’ network of 56 community gardens in Boston. Generally a self-guided walking tour that winds through a section of JP, highlighting beautiful gardens, this year’s tour is a virtual one that features a sampling of exceptional gardens throughout the neighborhood as well as interviews with their owners. This year’s sites range from a productive urban homestead complete with chickens to professionally designed formal gardens. Join us and be inspired by an array of gardens from the comfort of your home, while supporting food access and open space!

Brockton - Wood Turning: Intro to Bowls Sat & Sun, Sept 12 – 13, 10a - 4p. Due to the Covid-19 crisis, payment for all workshops will only be accepted online. Classes are held in person, in our studios. Learn to make a simple wooden bowl on a lathe in this two-day workshop. Students will learn safe use of the lathe and tools and basic bowl turning technique, turn and finish a bowl to take home by the second day. Students are provided with the safety equipment, a dedicated lathe and use of tools during the workshop. No physical strength or previous woodworking experience required. Class size is limited to 4. All tools and materials are provided by the instructor. Instructor: Steve Wiseman. Level: Beginner to intermediate
Student Age Group: 18+. Tools Required: Eye protection.
Brockton - Park Clean Up! Entrance of D.W. Field Sat, Sept 12, 2p. The Second Park Clean Up We Will Be Cleaning The Entrance Of D.W. Field. And The Park Of Oak St Leading To The Park!

Brockton - Story Time with Mayor Sullivan Fridays @ 11a. Join us for Virtual Storytime with Mayor Robert F. Sullivan! Mayor Sullivan is the mayor of Brockton and he will be joining us via Facebook Live for storytime! All ages are welcomed! For questions please contact Samantha Westgate at [email protected]

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

Brockton - 2020 Brockton Farmers Market Open through Oct 30. Vendors include: Freitas Farm, Oakdale Farms, Lady C&J Soul Food, Farm & Community Collaborative, Barbosa Family Farm, LaFleur's Wildflower Honey, Jordan Bros Seafood via Market 2Day. Order in advance and pickup at the market!
Brockton - Fuller Craft Museum . Now open Tuesday - Sunday, 10a - 5p. Admission is by donation for all guests.

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. All are welcome. Meets most Fridays, (except holiday weekends. In case of poor weather conditions, please call 508-427-3000.
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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, 

Duxbury - Mayflower Myths and Mysteries Fri, Sept 11, noon, Alden House Historic Site. Journey to England to explore a tale of two Mayflower ships and their secrets in this virtual tour of several places connected with the Pilgrim story. Led by Randal Charlton, author and son of Englishman Warwick Charlton who built Mayflower II as a gift to America, this illustrated slide talk will take you to Dorking, Harwich, Gainsborough, Boston, Scrooby, Greenwich and more as you tour the homes, churches, taverns, sites and even a jail to explore the Pilgrim story leading up to their famous journey and how this history continues to be told today. The program will be broadcast through Zoom. Register here.

East Bridgewater - Linda MacIver Presents Essex, England - Home of the Mayflower? (Virtual) Sat, Sept 12, noon. Meeting will open at noon for business & social hour; the presentation will formally start at 1p. The presentation is available to members and non-members. The voyage of the Mayflower in 1620 is seen as a defining moment in American history with some 10 million living Americans able to trace their ancestry back to the ship’s passengers. Join Linda MacIver as she examines the early and final history of the Mayflower and the ship’s close connections to the county of Essex. Linda serves as the New England representative for the Essex England Record Office. She is recently retired from the Boston Public Library where she inaugurated the patron genealogy classes. To attend, please register. You will receive a confirmation e-mail when you are done.
Easton - The Original Easton Farmers Market Saturdays, 10a - 2p. Located at 591 Depot St/Rte 123,, along the "S" curve. Open rain or shine.

Foxboro - Juassic Quest Through Sept 20 @ Gillette Stadium. The Largest Exhibition of Lifesize, Moving, Museum-Quality Dinosaurs in North America! Jurassic Quest is the only dinosaur event that has true to life size dinosaurs. From the very small, to the gigantic, sky-scraping dinosaurs that can only be seen at our events, Jurassic Quest has over 80 true-to-life size dinosaurs in each of its two touring shows. In collaboration with leading paleontologists, each dinosaur was painstakingly replicated in every detail. Whether their prehistoric counterpart had skin that was scaly, had feathers or fur,

Hanson - Piano with Mark Sat, Sept 12th, 7:30p

Hingham - Private Barnyard Tours Saturdays through Sept 26, 10a - 2p, Weir River Farm. Summer has arrived at the farm and our young chicks, lambs, calves, and piglets that arrived in the spring are growing up! Our fields are green and growing and our cows and horses are out grazing, when not cooling down in the shade. Talk to a friendly farmer and learn more about life of the farm. While you’re here, take a walk on one of our many farm trails and experience all that we have to offer! Tours are offered for groups every half hour. Groups must pre-register for this event in order to participate. Parking located at 140 Turkey Hill Lane, then walk down the farm “chute”.

Kingston - Parking Lot Trivia Sat, Sept 12, 6p. Bring a car load of up to 6 people and play Smart Phone Trivia for a chance at Prizes (to be announced)! Come early...we will have food vendors on hand and food for sale. First Prize is a $100 VISA Gift Card! (Amount will be increased based on ticket sales!) TICKETS available for $15 per carload. Buy your tickets today!
Lakeville - Southeastern Massachusetts Pagan Pride Day Sun, Sept 13, 10a - 5p. Open Public Ritual - Live Entertainment - Workshops - Vendors
Free to attend. However if you are able to give, please bring a nonperishable food item (human or pet) to support the local pantry.

Marshfield - Open Air Wellness Fair Sun, Sept 13, 10a - 3p. Outdoor wellness fair with some great vendors!!! Getting out and supporting small businesses and the community!

Marshfield - Marshfield Drive-In Fri - Sun, Sept 11 - 13th, 8:00p. Movies begin at 8:30p, gates open at 6p. Tickets and information at

Middleborough - NCC's 1st Ever Virtual Yard Sale Now through Thurs, Sept 24th. We're continuing our 1st Ever Virtual Yard Sale.
Check out what we already have in the Discussion section (work best on a computer - not so great on a phone)! Then, if you have things you'd like to donate to the yard sale, take pics and email them to [email protected] or text to 774-766-0055.
Let's have fun getting rid of our own treasures - and even more buying others'!
Middleborough - Soule Homestead Although Covid-19 has impacted many of our programs, you are welcome to visit Soule. We also have one bathroom open daily. The property will be open daily from sunrise to sunset if you would like to say hello to the animals or take a hike. If you have any questions or concerns, please email Meg at [email protected].

Middleborough - NRP PRESENTS "COUPLES THERAPY" Fri - Sun, Sept 11 - 13, 5 - 7p. Enjoy a pre-dinner summer show at the Oliver Mill Park. Amidst the ruins of the old mill, actors will perform four One Act Plays. Bring your chair and your mask! Couples Therapy! is a series of One Acts. Directed by Jeff Gill and featuring some familiar faces you've seen perform with NRP before, you'll be entertained among a tranquil and safe setting, with social distancing observed. This year has had its challenges so we hope you'll come escape and laugh with us! Planning on going to dinner after the show? Head on over to Lorenzo's for their "Dinner and a Show" special which includes three courses and a glass of wine, for $21.95. AND if you email a copy of your receipt to [email protected], you will get a $5 refund on your performance ticket!
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Providence, RI - Food Truck Fridays @ Roger Williams Park Zoo Fridays, 5 - 8:30p through Sept 25th. End your week at FOOD TRUCK FRIDAY at Carousel Village with some of the best food trucks in Rhode Island. ADMISSION IS FREE! Enjoy over 15 locally owned food trucks and local beer while listening to live music. Just pay for what you eat and drink. Take a carousel ride, hop aboard the train, or explore Hasbro’s Boundless Playgrounds. Attractions are separate pricing. Bring a chair or blanket, and sit on the lawn. We’re working harder than ever to support the local food truck community while keeping our followers and fans safe.

Rehoboth - Soundbath Gong and Singing Bowls Sat, Sept 12, 6p. What’s a Gong Bath? Lying fully clothed on a mat or reclining in a chair, participants are immersed in a field of sound. (Not water) Using gongs, flutes, drums and singing bowls, the session is designed to promote deep relaxation on many levels.Benefits? People often describe being quickly relieved of stress and entering a deep, peaceful state. No experience required. Bring what you need to be comfortable. Yoga mat, blankets, pillows or chair. 8 safe spaces available, please maintain social distance. Your hosts: Drumsinger A. Michelle, Gongmaster and chanteuse/sacred sound transmitter; and Barbara Barlow, Vibrational Sound Therapeutic Practitioner and 200 Hour RYT. Please reserve your space.

Randolph - Lunch & Learn Online! Fridays through Sept 25th, 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 - FREE Women's Self Defense Workshop Sat, Sept 12, noon. It may be hard to imagine being attacked but it happens in the Raynham/Taunton area every day, without warning. It is extremely important for everyone to be prepared for times like these and that is why we take the subject of self-defense very seriously. Because younger women are at greatest risk of violent crimes, this event will be focused on their safety. By learning the basics of awareness & self-defense you help prepare yourself for dangerous and unforeseen circumstances. Due to the new guidelines, we are allowed to have 20 participants! That puts us under the maximum number of people allowed in our dojo at a time!
Please bring masks, which must be worn when walking throughout the dojo. However, not required while in the designated training area that is 6 feet apart! If possible, it could be helpful to bring a friend/family member to practice self defense, but if not we will be able to modify our class!

Raynham - Blood Drive Fri - Sun, Sept 11 - 13, 7a - 3:15p, 275 New State Hwy. Because of the season and the pandemic, the Red Cross has an urgent need for blood. Anyone interested in participating can visit type in your zip code and then 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 which includes histories, yearbooks, and centennial celebrations.

Somerville - 2020 Fluff Fest: In Fluff We Trust (Virtual) Sat, Sept 12, 6 - 8p. This year, people from around the world can take part in this wacky festival that’s a little zanier than usual as we celebrate through the sphere of cyberspace! In a world reinventing itself, Fluff Fest 2020 unites us – albeit virtually – through the one thing we can all believe in: the sweet, sticky, tasty, magical power of Fluff! Fluff enthusiasts will convene here for games, music, guest appearances from Fluff’s past, and more with programming available at 11a, 6p, and 8p.

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 - M is for Museum Sat, Sept 12, 10:30a. M is for Museum is a new initiative to encourage early literacy in our future historians by providing a sensory-friendly space to hear a story at the Old Colony History Museum. Books will be middle-elementary level and we’ll have a station for coloring and legos and fidget boxes available. 
Families of all ages are welcome! Drop in on one, a few, or all our story times! To ensure the health and safety of our visitors, we ask you to register so that we can maintain social-distance for all attendees here. Can’t make it in person? Join us here where we’ll go live at 10:30 am so you can listen in and enjoy the story from the comfort of your home! 

Taunton - Local Parks Links to parks in your area: Hopewell Park, Playground & Splash Pad;

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. 

Whitman - WWII Army Veteran Dedication Sat, Sept 12, 11a. Dedication in Whitman for Robert A. Lonergan at the corner or Broad & Central Streets by Veterans Administration Services, Thomas McCarthy The American Legion Honor Guard will be in attendance. Honor Guard meet at Legion 10:15a.

Whitman - Mike "Slicky" Garner Memorial Run Sun, Sept 13, 11a. Please join us for the 3rd annual Mike “Slicky” Garner Memorial Run. This year’s run will be a Poker Run. Registration 11a - 1p at the Whitman VFW. WE WILL NOT BE GATHERING AT THE VFW AND WILL NOT BE RETURNING TO THE VFW (if you are not riding a motorcycle, please DO NOT come to the VFW). Once you register, you’ll immediately head out to your designated starting location and then choose your next location from there. Ending location will be revealed to you at registration. Our ending location is where the prize pool of $1,500 will be given out and we will be drawing the winning ticket for the custom Hardtail Chopper.