Abington - Children's Spring Paint Afternoon Sun, April 3, 1p. $20 a child includes all supplies to paint this cute pic. Pay by Venmo my Venmo is Kathleen Patrick@createwithkath you will see a ladybug.

Bridgewater - Patchwork Bunny Adult Class Sat, April 2, 7 - 9p. A fun easy class to enjoy with friends. Adult Painting on Ceramics. We provide step-by-step instruction. You learn new techniques while having fun with friends. Join us for a great creative experience. The price of the pottery will be due the beginning of the class. You can choose which pottery piece will you would like from selected sizes and shapes we have in the studio. Adult Drinks are allowed. BYOB, bring food, or have it delivered.

Bridgewater - Dance Kaleidoscope Fri, April 1,
7:30p, Rondileau Campus Center Auditorium. Advanced student choreographers stage pieces celebrating art, life, and the body! This dance concert promises to close out our semester with a brilliant display of compelling solos, intricate small groups, and powerful ensembles moving across the stage in a spectacular celebration of art & life.

Bridgewater - Welcome Spring! Plant Sunflowers Sat, April 2, 10a - 2p. Come play in the museum and plant and take home a beautiful sunflower for the garden Come play in the museum and plant a beautiful cherry chocolate sunflower to bring home for the garden!

Brockton - Spring Reception Sat, April 2, 3p.
Join us at Fuller Craft Museum for our Spring Opening Reception! We're so excited to welcome you back for our first in-person program in quite some time! Stroll the current exhibitions, join in on casual Artist Talks in the galleries, and experience contemporary craft with us.

Canton - The James Hack Tuke Emigrants Sun, April 3, 1p. "Escaping Poverty and in search of Posterity: The James Hack Tuke Assisted Emigrants from the West of Ireland in New England in the 1880s"
Canton - BIPOC Outdoor Series Join BIPOC Outdoors! A Metro South Sanctuary Series: 4 Guided Nature Walks at the Museum of American Bird Art on April 3, Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary on April 10, Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary on April 17, and Blue Hills Trailside on April 24. This guided hike with nature journaling will be dedicated to connecting as Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) in nature! Join us to celebrate different ages, skill levels, and abilities when it comes to both hiking and nature journaling. Learn about the signs of spring as you explore Metro South Sanctuaries. Please note: this series is dedicated to creating healing and welcoming spaces for BIPOC in nature around our community. This program is part of our month-long celebration of Earth Day, nature, diversity, community, and climate action. For more opportunities to get outside and celebrate with us, visit massaudubon.org/earthmonth.
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East Bridgewater - Svaroopa® Yoga @ The She Shed Saturdays @ 9a. Start your weekend blissfully! Svaroopa® is a therapeutic style of yoga. Props, precision alignments and hands-on adjustments help dissolve deep tensions in your body. To register, visit our website, email Janice or call 508-331-3564.

East Bridgewater - Paint & Pony Club Fridays through April 8, 4:30p. 4 Week Drop-Off Program for Ages 7-12. Children will engage in a weekly paint/craft lesson led by Ms. Kelly. They will ride horses and meet the animals!
East Bridgewater - Viking Sports Parents 3.5 Mile Walk/Run & Kids Races Sun, April 3, 8:15a, East Bridgewater High School. The 19th Annual 3.5 mile Walk/Run and Kids Races will be held in person after the past few years of virtual races! You can run for time, run for fun, or walk with friends. Proceeds from this event will be distributed to qualified graduating senior athletes.

Easton - Children's Museum in Easton Tues - Fri, 9:30a - 4p and Sat & Sun, 12:30 - 4p. CME requires ALL visitors, 5 years of age and older, to wear a face mask while playing inside.
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Easton - DCR SE MASS ADULT WALKING CLUB Sun, April 3, 1p. Meet at the Visitor Center.
Join park staff for a 5 mile moderately paced hike to the Quarry Loop via hilly & rocky trails. Weather may alter the route. Ages 16+.

Halifax - Friday Chowder Luncheons Fridays through April 8, 11:30a - 1p, 503 Plymouth St. Your choice of clam or corn chowders, soup crackers, bread and butter, homemade dessert & a beverage. The cost per person is $8. Chowder only $5. Take-out is available. Please come. All are welcome!
Halifax - Monthly Shaman Meditation & Healing Group Sun, April 3, 3 - 5p. Join us for April’s Shaman group led by earth-angel and Shaman, Kristin Lindstrom. Guided meditation, journal prompts, healing energy and more. Space limited reservations: emailing or 339-244-4171.

Halifax - Halifax Beautification Committee Spring Fair Sat, Apr 2, 10a - 2p, Halifax Town Hall. The Halifax Beautification Committee is a local organization that is dedicated to raising money to improve the town's landscapes & public spaces.
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Hanover - Check Please Fri & Sat, April 2, 8 & 9, 7p. A romantic comedy about a series of blind dates that couldn't get any worse ...until they do. Suitable for all ages. Dating can be hard. Especially when your date happens to be a raging kleptomaniac, or your grandmother's bridge partner, or a mime. Check Please follows a series of blind dinner dates that couldn't get any worse -- until they do. Could there possibly be a light at the end of the tunnel?

Hanover - Hanover Unity Council Supports Ukraine Sat, April 2, 2 - 4p. The people of Ukraine need help! We will have story time, crafts, raffles, treats, items for sale & fun for kids. All profits will go to NuDay in support of Ukraine.

Hanover - Easter Bunny Birthday Bash Sat, April 2, 3 - 5p. Get a picture with the Easter Bunny and a goodie bag for dancing and playing fun games with friends. Egg string crafts, Jumpees, DJ and face painting available!
Hingham - 13th Annual Knock Out Cancer Sat, April 2, 4 - 8p. The 13th Annual “Knock Out Cancer” Fundraiser is back on the traditional Spring timeframe and will be held at the South Shore Sports Center. Knock Out Cancer was founded to raise money and awareness to fight breast cancer and was inspired by Janice Mannion as she battled cancer. Janice passed away in March 2016, but her desire that we continue to fight – and one day beat – cancer remains with us.

Hingham - Family Music at the Red Barn Fri, April 1, 10a. Join us for 45 minutes of fun singing and moooving with Miss Jana! Enjoy some quality family time as you sing familiar tunes and learn some new songs that explore life on the farm. Come ready to use your imagination to ride your ponies, grow like a tree, moo like a cow, and more! Be sure to bring a blanket. If it’s nice out, we’ll have class ouside! For children 0 to 5 years and the grown ups that love them.
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Marshfield - Spring Merchant Market Sun, April 3, 12p. Spring is just around the corner and we want to get together! The Marshfield Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce is collaborating with Stellwagen Beer Company to hold our Marshfield Spring Merchant Market. Have a brew, enjoy food from Just the Dip, and shop with our many vendors! SUPPORT LOCAL!! 

Middleborough - Sip and Stroll - An Evening of Cocktails and Shopping Sat, April 2, 4 - 7p, Town Hall. There will be more than 80 vendors selling goods and goodies, as well as several food trucks offering delectable delights.

Middleborough - Snack & Play Fundraiser Sat, April 2, 4 - 7p. The Burt Wood School of Performing Arts is hosting a Sip & Stroll event on the Middleboro Town Hall Lawn. Our Church will be having a “Snack & Play” area on our lawn. We’ll be offering popcorn, coffee, and bottled water for purchase, an area for kids with games & crafts, and a rest area with tables and chairs for folks to take a break. It’s a chance for us to be visible to the community and raise a little cash for our Church. Please plan to come by and hang out and have some fun. It’s a great chance for us to make ourselves known to the community!

North Attleboro - Adult Beginner Sewing Class Fri, April 1, 5:45p. Sewing is such a fun creative, rewarding art form AND a very useful, practical skill! We'd love for you to start your sewing journey with us! Or enhance your current skills in an upcoming Adult Beginner Sewing Classes!

North Easton - Experts on Welcoming Refugees Sun, April 3, 9:45a, we welcome Rev. David Rinas and Doreen Rinas to highlight our Lenten them, “Voices of Refugees.” Our special guests have a wealth of experience in our synod in welcoming refugees and asylum seekers to our country. Adult forum following worship. Plan to stay for the adult forum! Childcare provided.

Norwell - Dog Friendly Yoga Fundraiser Sun, April 3, 5p. Do you love dogs and yoga? Join us as we zen out with our pups! We will be alternating different healing modalities like Yoga, breathwork, sound healing, meditation while the dogs play!
Norwell - Rescue Event Sun, April 3, 2p. Rescue Inc. will be hosting a rescue event @ JB's Indoor Dog Park. They will be receiving many adoptable puppies from the south. These pups need a forever home.

Norwell - Something Rotten Now through April 3. See event for dates and times. Nothing’s as Amazing as a MUSICAL! Brothers Nick and Nigel Bottom, desperate to write a hit play, are stuck in the shadow of that Renaissance Rockstar, The Bard. When a local soothsayer foretells singing, dancing and acting are theatre’s future, they set out to write the world’s very first MUSICAL! With its heart on its ruffled sleeve and sequins in its soul, Something Rotten! is an uproarious dose of pure Broadway fun!

Pembroke - Community Expo Sat, April 2, 11a - 2p. City Arena is a new local business in town.
Our community expo will be bringing together over 40 local businesses, Crafters, and Flea Marketing for a fun afternoon of shopping and socializing.

Pembroke - Active Parenting: The First Five Years Fridays, April 1 & 8, 1:30p. "Active Parenting: The First Five Years" is a two week workshop moderated by Susan West, LPN, who is a Certified Active Parenting Coordinator as well as a strong supporter of families with young children. Topics include: Ages and Stages of development, your child’s growing brain, using mindfulness to de-stress, and behavior management using choices and consequences. Caregivers are welcome to bring their children; quiet activities will be provided for them.

Pembroke - American Woodcocks at Willow Brook Farm Sat, April 2, 6p. Meet program leaders at the Willow Brook Trailhead (99 Barker St). We will begin with a brief trailside informational program, then walk to watch the male woodcocks perform their amazing aerial courtship displays. The walking portion will be 2-3 miles, and we hope to see other early spring birds. Please wear sturdy shoes for walking on variable and wet terrain. All participants are encouraged to carry extra layers, water, and snacks. If you have binoculars, scopes, or a camera, bring them along!

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Plymouth - All You Need is Love: A Cabaret Sundays April 3 & 10. Break a Leg proudly presents our next main stage cabaret: “All You Need is Love - A Musical Celebration of the 60”s” featuring Broadway Star Michelle Dowdy and award-winning composer & performer Jordan Wolfe! Join our Broadway stars and many talented youth of the South Shore for this musical adventure as we explore different genres of music from the 60s!

Plymouth - Art on the Green Sat, April 2, 11a - 4p. The 2022 Art on the Green Season, our 3d year of bringing great art to downtown Plymouth. Free and open to the public, a showcase for the work of local artists in a variety of mediums, including ceramics, painting, sculpture and more. In addition to the incredible artwork available for purchase, artist demonstrations.

Plymouth - Frozen 2 Sing Along Sat, April 2, 5 - 10p. Meet & greet with your favorite characters from Frozen 2! Once the movie starts, Anna, Elsa, & Olaf will sing along with you! Restaurant & Beer Garden open at 5p. Meet & Greet with Anna, Elsa & Olaf 5 - 7p. Movie sing along starts at 7:30p.

Plymouth - Travel Tales: Plymoutheans on the Move Sat, April 2, 1p. Many of the individuals memorialized on Burial Hill travelled widely in their lifetimes. Hear the travel accounts that illuminate their experiences on the road with Dr. Anne Mason, Executive Director of the Plymouth Antiquarian Society. This free, one-hour tour begins at the very top of Burial Hill. 

Randolph - Teen Film Club Saturdays through May 28, 11a. Looking for an opportunity to stretch those creative muscles? Be a part of the Turner Teen Film Club! Every Saturday we meet to work on our mini-series Tempus, a sci-fi adventure series about a rebel group trying to gain control over time travel! Any teen wishing to join Turner Teen Film Club should email Miss M for details.

Raynham - Meat Raffle for Bridgewater/ Raynham Sat, April 2, 2 - 5p. Support the 2022 Senior Class Lock in and win some meat doing it!. At least 10 chances to win with five meat raffles and five 5050/raffles.

Raynham - Raynham Historical Society Presents Women of '76 Sat, Apr 2, 2p, 291 Mill St. Meet Five Women who witnessed and in some cases, changed the course of the American Revolution. Admission is free. Reserve a spot by calling 508-823-6860 or sending an email.

Raynham - Blood Drive Fri - Sun, April 1 - 3, 7a - 3:15p. 275 New State Hwy. Please help!
The blood supply is seriously low!
Taunton - FREE! The District Sunday Concert Series Sun, April 3, 3 - 6p. Free! The District is very excited to bring the versatile sounds of the Whiskey Saints to the District FREE Sunday Concert Series!

Taunton - South Coast Jeep Club Sun, April 3, 3p. We Welcome SCJC Jeep Peep Members and Spectators to our First 2022 Jeep Meet! They will be held the first Sunday of each Month for the rest of the Season. But this week is Special- A Blessing of The Jeep’s will begin at 4:30pm. This Blessing will be given by The Christian Motorcycle Assoc. Chpt. 950. Please join us for this Free Family Fun Event and help us kick off our 2022 Season!

West Bridgewater - WB Lions, Leos & Little Leos Clubs' WB Bicentennial Walk for Diabetes! Sat, April 2, 10a, West Bridgewater Library. 5k Road Side Walk or School Track with Food, Raffle, DJ, Bounce Houses...$10, Register for the 5k walk or just donate by check: WB Lions Club, 29 Ellis Avenue, WB, 02379 Or by venmo VENMO@JerryDLawrence; MEMO: Diabetes Walk. You may also register in person at the event.

West Bridgewater - Into the Woods Fri & Sat, April 1 - 2, 7p. WBMSHS Drama Club. $15 Entry.

Whitman - Secret Life of Migratory Birds Sat, Apr 2, 10a, Whitman Public Library. Join a Mass Audubon educator for this illustrated lecture focused on birds that are commonly seen throughout the Spring in Whitman! You'll get a glimpse into their secret lives, learn how and why birds migrate, and leave with newfound bird identification skills, just in time for Spring migration. This program is supported in part by the Whitman Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.

Whitman - "Champagne, Cake & Art" Sat, April 2nd, 7 - 9p, Town Hall Auditorium. Immerse yourself in the culture of Whitman! Twenty local artists will inspire you with photography, needlecraft and needle felting, painting, jewelry, portrait drawings, flower preservation and more. Let the sounds of Mark Davis on the piano move you as you savor more than 25 varieties of Champagne, Prosecco and sparkling wine courtesy of Regal Marketplace. Delight in sampling an assortment of sweet desserts courtesy of our local bakers: Sweet Standards, Whitman Cookie Mama & Montilio's. Indulge yourself and feel the energy as friends and neighbors come together to celebrate culture in Whitman! Receive a complimentary champagne flute at the door with your online ticket purchase.

Whitman - Wingbusters MAC - Spring Swap Meet Sat, April 2, 9a, Whitman K of C #347.
Virtual Events:

Parenting Teenagers Support Group Fridays through May 27, 12 - 1p. This parenting group is for parents of children between the ages of 13-18 who are struggling with challenges that this age group brings to parenting. Connect with other parents that share your frustrations and get the support and feedback you need to help yourself and your children manage this challenging time in both of your lives.

Virtual Event - Fri, April 1, 2p. Virtually visit the Dighton Rock Museum! 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!
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Bridgewater - Rummage Sale Sat, April 9, 9a - 2p, Central Square Congregational Church, 71 Central Square. The Bridgewater Women's Guild & Fellowship will be holding their spring Rummage Sale. Items for sale will include: spring/summer clothing, household items, jewelry, paperback books, toys, games, shoes & handbags, linens & home décor. There will be a variety of "Home Made Soups to Go" for sale as well as hot dogs and a baked goods table including cookies, cakes & pies. Bag Sale will start at 1p.

Middleboro - 9TH ANNUAL HERRING RUN FESTIVAL Sat, April 9 - Sun, April 10, 11a - 4p. Middleborough's 9th Annual Herring Run Festival will be held at Oliver Mill Park on Nemasket St. and Route 44. Come join the fun! There will be merchant vendors, food vendors, games, exhibits, demonstrations, live music, a beer garden and lots of herring! There is so much to see and do, you will probably want to visit both days! Admission is free to all! Free parking is available at Middleboro Town Hall located at 10 Nickerson Ave and the COA located at 558 Plymouth St. where you are shuttled to the festival. Paid parking is available at 99 North St for $5 a car. Handicap accessible parking is available. For more information check us out on Facebook @MiddleboroToday or call 774-766-6335.
The Herring Run Festival is sponsored by the Middleborough Tourism Committee and local and state cultural councils.

Bridgewater - Greater Bridgewater Women of Today-Photos with the Easter Bunny Fri, April 15, 10a - noon. The Greater Bridgewater Women of Today are bringing the Easter Bunny to the Bandstand (Gezebo) at Legion Field. For a suggested $5 donation bring your own phone/camera and take your children’s photos with the Easter Bunny. Each child leaves with 2 candy filled eggs (as long as supplies last). The Greater Bridgewater Women of Today are a local group of women volunteers dedicated to community service and supporting local families in need. Meetings are held on the 3rd Monday of every month. For more information private message the group on their Facebook page.