Abington - Abington Police Association Comedy Night Sat, Apr 30, 6:30, Abington Knights of Columbus. Please reach out to any member for tickets. You can also stop by and see Linda at Ma Reilly’s Cafe in Weymouth to purchase tickets. Tickets are $25.00 per person, we now accept venmo, to purchase tickets use: @abingtonpoliceassociation. Please leave contact info so we can get the tickets to you.

Attleboro - Spring Savers Drive Saturdays through June 18. We are collecting your gently used clothing, shoes, accessories & linens. The Greater Attleboro Area Council for Children will receive cash from Savers for every pound donated. Contactless drop off available. Simply put your items in your trunk, drive up to the building at Door D, pop your trunk and a volunteer will empty your vehicle for you.

Attleboro - Grow Native Plants Not Lawns! Sat, Apr 30, 10:30a. Chat with a URI Master Gardener about using native plants in your backyard!
There is a growing trend in the US to get away from lawns to having more wildlife friendly yards. This program will introduce participants to using native plants to encounrage visits from native birds and butterflies! Participants are welcome to bring a soil sample! FREE with zoo admission. ADULT PROGRAM.

Berkley - Animal Rescue Benefit Dinner Fri, Apr 29, 6p, American Legion. We're thrilled to be part of Tom Tran's Eagle Scout project, benefiting the rescue Don't Forget Us, Pet Us! There will be dinner and live music all evening, and tickets are still available!

Bourne - Hike & Hops: Old Field Pond & Lucky Goat Brewing Fri, Apr 29, 5p. Take part in a rare guided walk through the Wildlands Old Field Pond property, followed by beer at Lucky Goat Brewing. Meet Hike Leader Justin in the parking lot at Bay End Farm. Participants will walk approximately 4 miles throughout the Old Field Pond Preserve, traveling between winding double-track roads and fields. Participants should be comfortable traveling on uneven and varied terrain. No dogs will be allowed on this hike, and participants must be 15+. Please wear sturdy shoes and be prepared for wet areas. All participants should carry extra layers, water, and snacks. Following the hike, all participants over 21 are welcome to join Hike Leaders at Lucky Goat Brewing for a post-hike beer.

Braintree - Household Hazardous Waste Only Day Sat, Apr 30, 9a - 12p. The Trash and Recycling Department will be holding a Household Hazardous Waste Only Day at 74 Pond St. Please note, no electronics will be collected at this event.

Bridgewater - Godspell Fri - Sun, through Apr 30. Based on the Gospel According to St. Matthew and featuring music & lyrics by three-time Grammy & Academy Award winner Stephen Schwartz with a book by John-Michael Tebelak, Godspell follows Jesus Christ and his apostles as they teach fables and parables through song, games, and humorous stories. With chart-topping songs like “Day by Day” and “By My Side,” Godspell is a heavenly musical promising laughs, joyful music, and inspiration. This performance will be presented by actors not wearing masks, all other attendees are required to be masked.

Bridgewater - Mama Mia Thurs - Sat, April 28 - 30, 7:30p.

Bridgewater - Bridgewater State University Campus Walk Sat, Apr 30, 10a. The Out of the Darkness Campus Walks are the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention's (AFSP) signature student fundraising series, designed to engage youth and young adults in the fight to prevent suicide, the second leading cause of death among people ages 15-24.

Bridgewater - GMSPA Comedy Fundraiser Sat, Apr 30, doors open at 7p, show starts at 8p. BYOS (Bring Your Own Snacks), Cash Bar, Raffles & 50/50, Auctions, 18+ Adults Only Please. For tickets, to donate, or sponsor. For more information please contact Amanda Lawrence: 508-245-1103.

Bridgewater - Living Room Concert to raise funds for Music Alley Fri, Apr 29, 7:30 – 9:30p. There are still some tickets left for Jay Psaros show at The Music Loft. Tickets are only $20 and all proceeds will go to Music Alley. Come on out to support and enjoy an amazing live performer.

Bridgewater - Superhero Gala Fri, Apr 29, 7p. Come celebrate our 5th birthday with this epic night of Superheros , dinner and dancing!
Bridgewater - Rummage Sale Sat, Apr 30, 9a - 3p, St. Thomas Aquinas Parish Center. Included are clothing, shoes, domestics, books, toys, bric-a-brac and jewelry. $2 a bag from 2-3p.
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Bridgewater - Bridgewater Town Wide Clean Up Sat, Apr 30, 9a - Noon. Meet at the Town River landing located on Spring St. Bridgewater Town Wide Cleanup sponsored by Councilors Dennis Gallagher and Shawn George. We will go from meeting spot to various areas of Bridgewater for Clean up.

Fri, Apr 29, 7 - 9p, BPL. The crowd was hushed as the museum proprietor got ready to unveil the prized display of the evening, the Stomach of the Ocean Diamond, only to find it had been stolen while the crowd mingled in ignorant bliss. Now it is up to you, your guests, and the detective to find the thief and restore the diamond to its rightful place to get the unveiling back on track! $10 Admission. Tickets are available for purchase at the library. Cash or check only. 508-697-3331.

Bridgewater - Lions Club Car Wash Sun, May 1, 9a - 1p, 300 Bedford St. $5/ vehicle suggested donation. Proceeds to benefit community, Lions Charities & Mass Lions Eye Research Fund

Brockton - Good Day Metro South luncheon Fri, Apr 29, 11:45a – 1:30p, Massasoit Community College. Ray Dispasquale, new Massasoit Community College president; Jean Fox, project manager of the new South Coast Rail at MassDOT; Mike Lambert, Brockton Area Transit Authority, and Margaret Laforest, MA Office of Business Development. Topics covered include: higher education, public transportation, business development.

Brockton - Champions Ride for Pediatrics Sun, May 1, 8:30a. Station 144's annual ride to benefit the Brockton Hospital Pediatric Ward. We look forward to continuing our donations to the children in the Pediatric Ward, with toys and other necessities. Join us for a scenic ride to benefit the children. A blessing of the bikes before the ride. Registration 8:30 - 9:30a. Route to be announced at registration. $20 per bike. REGISTRATION AT 680 CENTRE ST.

Brockton - Navigating Crisis through Compassion Sat, Apr 30, 12 - 2p. All Brockton Religious Community Members welcome. Navigating Crisis with Compassion: Join us to hear from Alba Cordero Soto RN,Trauma Liberation Coach, present on how to Navigate Crisis through Compassion. Highpoint Treatment Center Prevention Services Prevention Coordinator Lourdes Irizarry González will also present on how to identify an overdose and how to use naloxone (Narcan).

Byantville - Lip Sync Fri, Apr 29, 7p.

Canton - Green up the Blue Hills Sun, May 1, 1 - 4p. Do you want to help care for the Blue Hills and have a great time? Then join us for Green Up the Blue Hills, our annual stewardship event! People of all ages will help to protect the forests from the invasive plant, garlic mustard. This plant is easy to pull out… but very damaging to other plants in the forest. It releases a poison in the soil so native plants do not survive. By removing garlic mustard, volunteers will help keep the forest healthy for the endangered species that live at Ponkapoag Pond — and all plant and wildlife.
It won’t be all work and no play, though! You’ll also enjoy complimentary refreshments crafts, music, face-painting and a scavenger hunt.
We’ll provide all the tools and training you’ll need but bring your gardening gloves if you have them. We recommend you also wear close-toed shoes. We’ll be working (and playing!) at the AMC Cabins, which is about a 3/4 mile walk in from the parking site.

Carver - Bridge Grand Opening Sat, Apr 30, 5p. We are proud to announce the grand opening 'The Lost Boot Bridge' at The Cole Property out on the Orange Trail. This is a Carver Preservation Committee funded project with Construction efforts led by Fiske Construction Company.

Cohasset - South Shore Eco Fest Fri, Apr 29, 2p. Eco Fest is a unique opportunity to bring together and highlight local sustainable businesses, organizations, and non-profits to promote eco friendly living. Our goal is to show that reducing our impact on the world is not only possible, but also fun, fulfilling and simple too. 
There will be stall holders with so many tips and eco tricks.
East Bridgewater - Pony Town Play Dates Sundays through Oct 30th, 10a - 1p. Casual visit to the farm, includes unlimited pony rides.
You will have the chance to meet and greet with the goats, alpacas, our cow Mabel, chickens and bunnies! Reservations recommended, but walk-ins welcome. Any walk-ins will need to stop in our store, Holmestead Harvest to pay for admission. 
*Pony Rides will be offered during the first hour and the final 45 minutes. In between, our staff member will be walking around other animals for the children to interact with* These events are subject to cancellation for any reason. In the event of extreme weather (rain, excessive heat, etc.) please check your email and/or our social media pages for any updates to hours.

East Bridgewater - Zumbathon Fri, Apr 29, 3 - 6p. Jump in and dance the night away for a great cause! Sign up today for our annual ZUMBATHON. Once you register, make sure to share your fundraising page. We're raising money to help support important community programs for the Old Colony YMCA East Bridgewater. We have 4 different hours you can attend.

Easton - SBGC Season Opener Sat, Apr 30, 11a - 8p. Introducing Safari Boston Golf Club's 12th season opener, the best golf tournament ever in the North East. It's easy to join in the fun from Tee to green. Whatever's keeping you from playing your best golf elsewhere or joining us, Safari Boston Golf Club's friendly and fun environment will vaporize it once and for all. Hosted by the South Shore crew.
Easton - Children's Museum Easton Tues - Fri, 9:30a - 3p, Sat & Sun, 12:30 - 4p. Please plan for your visit accordingly as last entrance into the Museum is 45 minutes prior to closing time.
Tickets do not need to be purchased in advance. Please visit when it is convenient for you!

Fairhaven - Poverty Point Walking Tour Sat, Apr 30, 1p. Starts at Cooke Memorial Park, Pilgrim Ave. (Parking on west side of Cherry St. and south side of Pilgrim Ave.) A walk through the oldest village area in present-day Fairhaven. This area, once known as Oxford Village got the nickname Poverty Point around 1810, but the downturn of fortune was short-lived. Hear about the old burial ground and the mysterious human remains dug up in 1902. See what was once called "the most pretentious dwelling in the village." Learn about the first Japanese person to live in America, the first man to sail around the world alone, the founder of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, and the woman who had a school named after her.

Foxboro - Indian Motorcycle Demo Truck Fri & Sat, Apr 29 - 30; 9 -5. The Indian Motorcycle Demo Truck will be at MOMS Foxboro! We'll be throwing burgers & hot dogs on the grill both days. Take a free demo ride on the all-new 2022 Scout Rogue and Indian Pursuit. Throw your leg over any of the new Indian Motorcycle models such as the Chief, Scout Bobber, FTR, Chieftain, Indian Vintage, Indian Springfield, and Roadmaster, featuring the industry-leading Indian Motorcycle Ride Command system.
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Halifax - Adult COED Volleyball! Thurs, Apr 28 - June 16, 7 - 9p, Halifax Elementary School Gym. Free for residents, $20 for non-residents.

Hanover - Beginner Photography Series Sat, Apr 30, 9 - 11a. A Primer on Digital Photography, including how and why to set your DSLR or Mirrorless Camera.

Hanover - Hanover Veterans BBQ Sat, Apr 30, 12 - 3p, COA. Hanover Veterans Services welcomes all Hanover VETERANS and their FAMILIES to attend. Get registered with veterans services to stay up to date on important information on benefits, services & future events.

Hingham - Open Barnyard at Weir River Farm Sat, April 30, 10a & 11a. Welcome to Weir River Farm, where you can experience life on one of the last working farms on the South Shore. Along the grassy “chute” down to the barnyard, enjoy the beautiful StoryWalk™. In the barnyard, meet our ponies, llama, & potbellied pig. Have a chance to interact with our goats, sheep, and chickens! See if you can find our herd of black and white belted Galloway cattle in their pastures. Then, consider exploring the woodland trails, and check out our farm store at the studio on top of the hill. Come experience all that Weir River Farm has to offer! Pre-registration is required for this event.

Hingham - Wompatuck State Park Hike Sun, May 1, 1p. Hike to Prospect Hill. This is a moderate hike on unpaved trails, some hills, 4.5
miles. Meet at the Visitor Center at 204 Union Street in Hingham. (781) 740-1605 x204
Hingham - Mama Beasts Fitness at Weir River Farm Fridays through June 24, 9:30a. Join Mama Beasts at Weir River Farm! Mama Beasts is more than a stroller workout – it’s a community! Bring your Baby Beasts in their strollers and engage in a fierce, full-body workout that mixes cardio drills, strength training, and core work. Mama Beasts instructors are specialists in pregnancy and postpartum fitness, and strive to offer a safe and challenging class for all fitness levels.

Hull - Last Daze for Beach Dogs at Nantucket Sat, Apr 30, 6p. What do a pup, a leash, a poop bag and picnic have in common? YOU! Let’s celebrate the last evening dogs are allowed on the Nantasket DCR Beach and share stories, snacks & positive vibes. Meet in the high tide space in front of the Bernie King Pavilion! 

Kingston - Silver Stars Drama Club presents ALL IN THE TIMING Six One Act Plays by: David Ives Thu, Apr 28 & Fri, April 29, 7p, Silver Lake High School - Richard J. Kelley Auditorium, 260 Pembroke St.

Kingston - 8th Annual Spring Artisan Fair Sun, May 1, 10a - 3p. To benefit The American Cancer Society's RELAY FOR LIFE of BRAINTREE.

Kingston - FREE Community Shredding Day Sat, Apr 30, 8 - 11a. Bring those boxes of old bills, paperwork, and tax returns to our FREE Community Shredding Day. We will have a mobile shredding truck from Bay State Shredding available in the parking lot of Cancun Restaurant, where your documents will be destroyed securely and immediately on site.
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Mansfield - World Tai Chi & Chi Kung Day Sat, Apr 30, 10a - 12p. World event of Chi Kung Tai Chi forms and tai chi demonstrations. Come join us for my 12th annual event with the World Tai Chi and Chi Kung. "One World One Breathe"

Mansfield - Angelcat Haven Can Drive Sat, Apr 30, 9a - 3p. Angelcat Haven Can Drive is now year round! We now accept can and bottle donations at Mansfield Redemption Center, 75 Forbes Blvd, at any time (during their normal business hours!!) Cans must be precounted and in bags and bottles must be in boxes.

Marshfield - Ferry Hill Grounds Clean Up Weekend Sat & Sun, Apr 30 - May 1, 9a. Family Clean Up Weekend.

Middleboro - Spring Luncheon Oliver Estate Sun, May 1 & May 5, 1p. Spring is in the air! We wanted to have you come and enjoy the Oliver House this spring, but we wanted to do something different, so we are going to invite you to lunch. This will be new for us, but we think you will have an enjoyable time! There will be a choice of a crustless asparagus quiche (which is calorie friendly) along with a salad and of course after eating the quiche you will be able to indulge in decadent desserts! Dessert will be a surprise! If for some reason you do not like eggs or quiche, we will have a special turkey sandwich for you which will also be accompanied by a salad. We are sure you have family or friends that you would like to enjoy lunch with. If you have any questions, you can reach us at: oliverhousema1769@gmail.com.

Middleboro - Durang Durang Opens Fri, Apr 29, 7p; other dates through May 8. Two one-act Christopher Durang comedies, For Whom the Southern Belle Tolls and The Actor's Nightmare, with an added bonus: the short Medea, co-written with Wendy Wasserstein.
Milton - Get to Know Your Blue Hill's Trailside Museum: Guided Nature Walk Sat, Apr 30, 10 - 11:30a. Are you interested in spending more time outdoors and would you like to know more about your Metro South Wildlife Sanctuaries? This series of guided nature walks will better connect you with your local sanctuary as spring blossoms and comes to life. Travel at a moderate pace along family-friendly trails and become familiar with signs of spring. Look out for upcoming nature walks and art, nature, and community workshops to expand your enjoyment of nature! This guided nature walk will better connect you with New England wildlife at Blue Hills Trailside Museum's outdoor animal exhibits. After seeing these spectacular animals, you will make your way through fire-adapted pitch pine and scrub oak to the summit of Great Blue Hill to experience scenic views of Boston Harbor, Southeastern Massachusetts, and the Boston Skyline. Expect to walk up the red dot travel to the Blue Hill's summit. After the walk, you can explore the animal exhibits, have a snack at picnic tables, or visit a lovely native plant garden.

Sat, Apr 30, 12 - 2p. Tickets go on sale Sat at 11:45a at the Masonic Bristol Lodge (46 Washington St.) across from Veteran's Park. Tickets are a value at $5 each and ONLY 200 TICKETS will be sold! So plan on getting in line early and prepare for a fun day! This year's Spring Fling Chocolate Stroll is Sponsored by: Dyer Lake Funeral Home.

Norwell - Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat Thurs - Sun, now through May 1. Audiences love Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s high-octane musical, featuring dazzling costumes, eye-popping sets, athletic choreography, and an unforgettable score. A musical of biblical proportions and the ultimate show to share with your friends and family!

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Pembroke - Spring Fair Sat, Apr 30, 11a - 3p. Shop your favorite local brands right before Mother’s Day! Outdoor classes for the whole family and more fun!

Plainville - Spring Craft Fair Sun, May 1, & Sat, May 7, 11a - 4p. Keep it local! An Unlikely Story is hosting two spring craft fairs on the Second Story above the bookstore. A variety of vendors will be there selling handmade gifts and goods just in time for Mother's Day! Find something unique all while supporting the shop local movement.

Plymouth - Plymouth Community Health & Safety Fair Sat, Apr 30, 10a - 2p. The Plymouth Public Schools is proud to be hosting a Health & Safety Fair at Plymouth North High School w/ our community partners to share information about healthy eating, physical activity, health services, & other local wellness & safety resources to families of Plymouth. This event delivers something for community members of all ages & is absolutely FREE! A large part of the fair will include special activities & entertainment for families with young children including musicians, school bus rides, crafts, & many more brain-building activities hosted by Plymouth Family Network.

Rockland - Community Clean Up Day Sat, Apr 30, 9a - 12p. The Open Space Committee, REiMAGINE ROCKLAND, and the Board of Health, Highway, and Park Departments are excited to announce the spring Clean Up Day. Participants are encouraged to pick up trash and debris along the Rail Trail, Union Street, and the schools nearby. All are welcome! Volunteers will meet at Rockland Town Hall to sign waivers before the pickup kicks off. Trash bags will be supplied by Home Depot for volunteers to utilize. The Open Space Committee recommends bringing gloves and grabbers. Children must be accompanied by adults. We appreciate your consideration. Note: Be aware of mosquitoes, ticks, poison ivy, and thorns.

Rockland - 4th Floor Artists Spring Open Studios & Art Fair Sat, Apr 30, 11a - 6p. The 4th Floor Artists welcome you back to visit the 29th Annual Spring Open Studios & Art Fair! Celebrate arts, culture & community with us! Check out over 80 artists as they open their working studios & showcase their works in booths around the building & in Gallery 4. Located at the historic Sandpaper Factory, 83 East Water St. This is a FREE indoor event, held rain or shine! 

Scituate - Spring Yard Sale Sat, Apr 30, 9a - 12p. Something for everyone!

Sharon - Spring Market Sun, May 1, 10:30a - 4p. Please join us for a day filled with fun & activities. We will have over 20 vendors - you will be able to admire and purchase handmade products by local makers & collectors. You will have the opportunity to participate in an old fashioned spring theme photo shoot & use the photos for Mother’s Day You be will able to visit our main museum, we still have the Doctor Griffin’s exhibit up. The farming museum will be open. You will be able to purchase unique Sharon theme gifts (SHS gift shop will be open). Children will be making hand made cards for mothers This time around we are very excited to have four amazing members of Sharon Historical Society who will be presenting on a topic close to their heart.

Sharon - Moose Hill Volunteer Day: Spring Clean Up Sat, Apr 30, 9a - 12p. Assist Mass Audubon Staff with cleaning up trash along our roadways around Moose Hill. This volunteer day welcomes adults because volunteers will be alongside active roadways. Activities are made for beginner to advanced level conservation lovers.

Stoughton - Fair Trade Market Sun, May 1, 12p. Come support small-scale farming families around the world through buying some coffee, tea, chocolate, nuts, and dried fruit from Equal Exchange, an independent worker-owned cooperative, instead of a big food corporation! Learn more about the origins of these delicious, organically grown foods and the farmers that grow them at shop.equalexchange.coop
Stoughton - Spring Work Party Sun, May 1, 8a. Work party to clean up the grounds. Breakfast and lunch will be served.

Taunton - FREE! The District Sunday Concert Series presents: The Angry Bees Sun, May 1, 3p. The District can't wait to bring the cool rock and roll of the Angry Bees to the District FREE Sunday Concert Series!

Taunton - Rummage Sale Sat, Apr 30, 9a - 12p, Pilgrim Church.

Taunton - Live Music Tailgating Fri, Apr 29, 5p. Join us for Great Drive-In favorites, The Freshest Seafood, Ice Cream and Live Music!

Walpole - Walk for Hunger Sun, May 1, 10a. Annually Project Breads hosts The Walk for Hunger. This year, they have allowed teams to designate their own local routes in their communities. Century 21 American Properties is sponsoring a 5 mile walk. We will walk from Walpole Fire Station to the nature path behind the Senior Center and back for approximately 5 miles. Kids and pets (on leash) are welcome. Please commit to $20 per mile if you are able. Dogs on leashes and children are welcome. If you would like to participate, please reach out to the team captain, Mary Jane Lightbody @ 617-827-9225.

West Bridgewater - WBYAA Field Day Sat, Apr 30, 10a - 2p. We will begin with a parade from the high school parking lot to the ballfields, where there will be raffles, bouncy houses, a free hot dog & drink for each child in attendance, and more. We hope to see you there!

Weymouth - WHS Freshman Class Fundraiser Sat, Apr 30, 10a - 4p. Jackson Square Artisans is helping the WHS Freshman Class with a fundraiser as they prepare for their class events in the coming years. 20% of total sales for the day will be donated back to the class. Come, shop for Mother's Day, enjoy fresh macarons, whoopie pies and truffles, and help these great kids!

Whitman - DOLLARS FOR SCHOLARS ELECTRONIC RECYCLING DAY Sat, April 30, 9a - 1, 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.
For more information, please contact Mike at 781-252-9683.

Whitman - Nature in Your Neighborhood Family Hike Sat, Apr 30, 10 - 11a. Register for events at the Whitman Public Library website.

Sat, Apr 30, 1:30p, Whitman Public Library. Join us for an interactive program that combines a multi-media presentation with live acoustic music and sing-alongs!

Whitman - Whitman Hanson Dollars for Scholars Scholarship Cookie Decorating Fundraiser Sun, May 1, 6p, Whitman Knights of Columbus. Cost: $45 per person (open to all ages 15 and up) All supplies will be provided (including a take-home box & icing recipe) - you will learn how to decorate the cookies in the photo! All proceeds will go to the Class of 2022.
Virtual Events:

A Taste of History at the Dorking Museum and Heritage Centre Fri, Apr 29, 12p. Enjoy an armchair tour of Dorking in Surrey England and the fascinating collections in its museum with this online slide presentation by historian Kathy Atherton. Discover the settlement of the thriving market town in which Mayflower passengers Priscilla Mullins and neighbor Peter Browne grew up and the lives of those who have lived there over a thousand years.  Kathy co-authored the book "The Weaver, The Shoemaker & the Mother of a Nation, The Story of Dorking's Mayflower Pilgrims." 

Once you register you will receive a list of ingredients and the link to the Zoom presentation.

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.

Chakra Balancing - Harmonize Your Unbalanced Chakra Sundays through July 31, 10:30a. When we feel tired, ill, emotionally upset or in physical pain, it is often because of the stale, negative energy present in the seven chakras that slow, clog and block these critical energy centers. Through understanding the chakras, we can gain insights into our ailments, blocks, and create a more open path to wellness and abundance. After scanning your Seven Chakras, we can see if any of them is blocked, under-active or over-acting. When you decide on one chakra to work on, we will help restore harmony to that chakra.
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Bridgewater - Lions Club Youth Fishing Derby Sat, May 7, 7 - 10:30a, Skeeter Mill Pond, Water St. Come down to the Annual Bridgewater Lions Club Fishing Derby and bring the family! Youth Fishing Derby is a 50+ year community event and not limited to Bridgewater residents. Kids of all ages just show up and fish! Bring a rod if you can, but if not we will supply one and everything else you need. Including worms, donuts, hot dogs, drinks and prizes. All for free! Novice anglers welcome (14 and under). Night Crawlers will be supplied upon registration while they last. Prizes for all children. All you need is fishing gear! There is NO COST or fishing license required for this event. Contact Carl Hanson for more information or sponsorship for Derby.

Hanover - Tavern Night at the Stetson House Sat, May 7th, 4 - 7:30p. Tickets $35. Tavern Night is returning to the Stetson House! Yes, we know its Kentucky Derby Day, so we're planning a live broadcast and a special hat-making workshop. Oh, mint juleps? IN!

Wareham - Wareham Community Resource Fair Thurs, May 12, 12 - 4p. Our local youth substance use prevention coalition in Wareham is inviting the general public to engage in our Wellness Fair taking place at Wareham Police Department, 2515 Cranberry Hwy. There will be local resources provided by various community agencies with the intent to connect residents with the various resources available to the community.

West Bridgewater - Hometown Craft Nights Sign up by April 30th for Fri, May 13 or Sat, May 14,
7 - 9p (doors open at 6:30), Atina's Asian Bistro, 115 South Main St. Don't forget to register for the Lions' Club Fundraiser Craft Night to support the West Bridgewater Bicentennial activities! Two nights to choose from. Registration needed by end of April so supplies can be prepared. Whether you choose to paint a canvas with Sandy Churchill, or to make a no-talent needed wooden town pride sign with me (or choose police/fire/military theme if preferred), a portion of all craft projects made will be donated to the Lions Club. Take mom out for some Mother's Day weekend bonding time, or make a gift for your home or for someone else (ANY town name/GPS can be selected). Limited seating for both nights.