Avon - Dash Robots with FrankenS.T.E.A.M. Fri, Feb 25, 11a. Got Robots? Come play with Dash robots! Robotics are fun and easy with Dash! You too can learn how to program and code robots using Dash robots. You can program Dash to solve mazes, and play games, like: soccer and basketball. That’s right… Dash can shoot hoops! Our instructor, Tony Ghelfi of FrankenS.T.E.A.M., will show you how for FREE!
For children ages 8-11. Call 508-583-0378 or visit online to sign-up for one of our two time slots!

Attleboro - Picasso at the Lapin Agile Through Sun, March 6. Attleboro Community Theatre welcomes 2022 with its production of PICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILE, written by Steve Martin and directed by James Sulanowski. Comedian Steve Martin's absurd comedy of historical fiction, Picasso at the Lapin Agile, has Albert Einstein and Pablo Picasso meet in a bar in Paris in 1904, the year before Einsteins theory of relativity and Picassos transition into cubism. The two celebrities of science and art spar for their fields, surrounded by a cast of supporting characters from the turn of the century and beyond. The anachronistic, self-referential, and self-aware nature of this play enraptures audiences into thinking about the role both science and art play in our lives, the men (and women) who inspire genius, and the philosophies that shape our world over the modern centuries.

Braintree - Financial Liberty Class Sat, Feb 26, 10a. Gain Financial Freedom Through the Knowledge of Budgeting, Finance, Home Buying and Debt! My Liberty Church is offering a free finance class for anyone interested in learning the basics on: Budgeting, Finances, Home Buying & Debt. This will be a one day class. Childcare will not offered during this class. Breakfast & coffee provided.

Bridgewater - Blood at the Root Sat, Feb 26, 8p. Rondileau Campus Center Auditorium. This provoking new play based on true-life events of six Black students accused of attempted murder following a schoolyard fight incited by nooses hanging from a tree on campus. This daring piece examines the miscarriage of justice, racial double standards, the crises in relations between race and gender and how it affects the state of Black family life.

Bridgewater - BSU Department of Theater Presents - Sensitive Guys Fri, Feb 25, 8p & Sat, Feb 26, 2p. Rondileau Student Union Auditorium at 19 Park Ave. Will is a freshman at Watson college. Jordan is a senior film major. Tyler is writing a novel for his thesis. They are all members of the Men’s Peer Education group. At meetings unpack questions like: “what is male privilege? And what can we do about it?” They love each other and the group. Until some accusatory posters start appearing around campus suggesting that a member of the group committed sexual assault. Could it be that even sensitive guys, guys working on their privilege sometimes turn violent or aggressive? In this play women and gender non-conforming people play men trying to understand the intricacies of masculinity and violence.

Bridgewater - Winter Woods Adult Ceramic Class Sat, Feb 26, 7p. A fun easy class to enjoy with friends. We provide step-by-step instruction. You learn new techniques while having fun with friends. Join us for a great creative experience. Reserve spot with $10 class fee. Choose pottery piece from selected sizes and shapes available. Masks are now optional during adult classes and events. Unvaccinated individuals are strongly encouraged to wear a mask. BYOB, bring food, or have it delivered.

Brockton - Fuller Craft Museum's African American History Workshop Sat, Feb 26, 11a via Zoom. The Born on the Water: Tracing the Journey of Our African Ancestors is open for families to register their kids. A reading of the newly released book Born on the Water, as well as a presentation about divers who uncover trans-Atlantic slave shipwrecks in the oceans will be a part of this workshop. Kids will be able to learn about Black heritage and express themselves creatively through a craft project. For more info and registration details, please visit their site: fullercraft.org/product-category/workshops
Sat, Feb 26. 12 - 4p, One North Main St. Brockton Community Access (BCA) invites you to the first-ever African American Association of Brockton Expo. Parking is available in the two lots behind the building. This event is free to both participants and guests, join us for a variety of performers, learn about Black history in Brockton and support Black-owned businesses. For more information, contact Jamie Hodges, president of AA Association of Brockton at 508-423-9275 or at [email protected].

Cohasset - Cohasset to Marshfield - Brookline Bird Club Sat, Feb 26, 8:30a. We will be seabirding and looking for waterfowl as we work our way down the coast, driving from spot to spot with little walking.

East Bridgewater - Living with Intention - A Workshop on Purpose for Soulful Girls Sun, Feb 27, 12 - 2p, My Happy Place Empowerment Studio, 484 Bedford St. Tori Best, Yoga and Meditation, will be partnering with The Soul Project to present Living with Intention! Through discussion, self-exploration, and movement, girls ages 9 - 13 will contemplate, journal, share, and practice - never perfect - that which makes our hearts beat like a drum with guidance from the event hosts.

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. Register: Janice 508-331-3564.

East Bridgewater - Freaky Friday Fri, Feb 25, 10a, Old Colony YMCA. Bounce House, Zumba and Dance Party! Close out February vacation with us enjoying our bounce house, Zumba class and a dance party!

East Bridgewater - Empowered Empath Sat, Feb 26, 10a. Come join us for this interactive workshop which expands your awareness of your energetic body and learn how not to be so affected by energy around you.

East Bridgewater - Raya Guardian Training Sun, Feb 27, 10a. Join Raya, as she teaches the children to be the guardian of the dragon crystal!
During this one hour event, our professional Raya will lead children in a fun "Guardian Training".
Each child will receive a foam sword and a green rose-quartz "dragon crystal" to protect. Have fun in our fully decorated party barn right next to our ponies, cow and goats! Event includes dragon fruit punch! This event is in our barn, and although we have patio heaters to keep you warm, please dress as though this is an outdoor event.
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Easton - Adult Walking Club ~ Borderland State Park Sun, Feb 27,10a –12:30p, Meet at the Visitor Center. Join the park staff for a 4.5 mile moderately paced hike to the Ridge Trail via various hilly and rocky trails. Weather conditions may alter the route.

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. With your cooperation, we will continue to make CME a fun and safe place to play and learn!

Easton - The 4 Fundamentals of Adding 30+ Yards Off the Tee Sat, Feb 26, 11:45a. This 90 minute interactive event for High School and Collegiate Golfers will teach you about the four fundamental principles to adding distance to your golf game accompanied with actionable information you can take home that day to physically improve!

Easton - February Vacation Program: Winter Ecology Hike Fri, Feb 25, 2p. Join NRT educators for a winter ecology hike along Sheep Pasture's beautiful trails! We will be searching for signs of animal life, identifying food sources, exploring bio facts, finding shelters, observing plant life, and more! Classes are rain or shine and take place completely outdoors. Outing activities are appropriate for all age levels, from young adventurers to adults. Individuals and families are welcome. No pre-registration required. Class space and supplies may be limited. Meet outside the Carriage House, 307 Main St.
Fall River - Persian Gulf War Veterans Day Sat, Feb 26, 9a. Help us honor those valiant men and women who served during the Persian Gulf War in Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm during this day of remembrance. Active Military, Veterans, Guard and Reserve will be provided with free admission to Battleship Cove.

Halifax - Grand Opening: The Healing Table Sat, Feb 26, 10a - 2p. Celebrate the opening of The Healing Table where all are welcome to sit.
Explore our space, see what we have to offer in terms of healing modalities (energy work, body work, infrared sauna, and more) shop till ya drop our collection of inspiring books, journals, apparel, art, crystals, scripture, AND snack on some local deliciousness. Later that day, submerge your body and soul in a sound bath hosted by the incredibly talented Cassandra.

Hanover - Strategies for Winning UpDog Games Workshop Sat, Feb 26, 9a. Set yourself up for success this disc season! We're talking all about UpDog: a fast-paced, user-friendly Disc Dog competition format that's fun for beginners and pros alike. We'll discuss how the games work, how to use your time on the field wisely and when to (not) panic! You'll come away with patterns, skills and drills that will help you level up in 4Way, Greedy, Funkey, 7Up and more. Come with your questions and problem areas: Instructor will allow time for troubleshooting sessions with each working student. Suitable for dogs of any age, both new and experienced teams. Familiarity with UpDog a plus!
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Hingham - Polly Thayer Starr: Nearer the Essence Exhibit Sat, Feb 26, 11a - 3p. Polly Thayer Starr was an artist who lived beyond tidy definitions. Classically trained and well-spoken, she bounded onto the 1930s art scene, gaining fame for her formal portraits of Boston’s elite. She invited viewers to look beyond the immediate to discover the pure magic in those uncertain realms outside of what we expect to see. This exhibition contains not only her paintings of nature and portraits, but also many studies and sketchbooks to reveal the artist’s search for beauty and truth. In addition to never-before exhibited archival materials, personal effects, such as a spectacularly carved desk from her studio, will be on display. – Christie Jackson, Guest Curator, Trustees of Reservations

Hingham - Paw Patrol Meet & Greet Fri, Feb 25, 10a - 12p. Sign-up for a private 10-minute meet & greet with Paw Patrol's Chase & Sky at Nantucket Kids at Derby Street Shops! Join us at Nantucket Kids at Derby Street Shops for a private 10-minute meet & greet with Paw Patrol's Chase & Sky. Dance, play and take photos with your favorites pups. Sign-up is required. If your plans change, please be sure to cancel your ticket to make room for another child.

Hingham - Equipped for Battle: Craftsmanship & History Revealed by our Military Collection Sun, Feb 27, 3p. Lecture by Joel Bohy, Director, Historic Arms and Militaria, Bruneau & Co. Joel Bohy, a militaria expert who often appears on PBS’s ANTIQUES ROADSHOW® , will share his passion for the material culture related to our military history and comment on pieces in our militaria collection.

Hull - Snow Show Sun, Feb 27, 11a - 2p. All trucks, Jeeps, snowplows, ATVs, snowmobiles & snow blowers. All proceeds go to the veterans hosted by the Nantasket Rotary Club & the Wolf family.

Hull - Nantasket Polar Plunge Sat, Feb 26, 10a. The Nantasket Polar Plunge is BACK and better than better! Set at the Mary Jeannette Murray Bath House at Nantasket Beach, plungers will charge into the ocean waters to support Special Olympics. Join us before the Plunge for a Costume Parade and after the plunge for some food, music, fundraising and costume awards! Grab your brrrravest, inclusion-celebrating friends and family, create a plunge team and start fundraising! Email with any questions.

Marshfield - Vibrational Sound Cleanse Sun, Feb 27, 4p. In this hour long session, we will explore different forms of sound from a meditative state (chakra gongs, crystal singing bowls and other high vibrational instruments). The combination of sounds and vibration are designed to move energy. As we work to bring stuck or stagnant energy to the surface, you will be guided to breathe it away. We will use this time to clear away what does not belong, so we can create space for a new positive energy flow. Please note that aromatherapy is used and purposeful in this class. If you have aversions or allergies to essential oils or sage/Palo santo please note that these are part of the experience. 

Middleboro - Psyanka (Ukraine) Easter Egg Decorating Sat, Feb 26, 1p. Special Guest Artist, Christine Charest, will be leading this class. The ancient Ukrainian art form of Pysanky will be introduced to participants using dyes, bees wax, and a special tool known as a kistka (or stylus). Class members will learn methods of design and layering colors to create their own Pysanky Egg just in time for the Easter season. All tools necessary will be available for use and Christine will offer a selection of supplies for purchase to those interested. JOIN A GROUP OF UP TO 5 OTHERS OR MAKE IT A PRIVATE PARTY FOR UP TO 6! Bring food & beverages of your choice.

Norwell - Small Dog Social Sun, Feb 27, 11a. Back by popular demand! A social event for the small but mighty- under 25 pounds and all ages A little playtime, agility or just chat with the other pup parents. Proof of canine vaccinations required and masks must be worn by humans. Dogs must be comfortable around off leash dogs.

Plymouth - Winter Birds of Halfway Pond with SSBC Sat, Feb 26, 9a. Meet program leaders at the Mast Road trailhead for Halfway Pond. Participants will be given a winter bird introduction before beginning a 2-3 mile birding workshop. We will walk along the pond, stopping to learn about (& hopefully view!) wintering ducks, Bald Eagles, & other Halfway Pond resident birds.
Please wear sturdy, warm shoes for walking on variable and wet terrain. All ages are welcome, no pets allowed.
Randolph - Teen Film Club Sat, Feb 26, 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 - Blood Drive Fri - Sun, Feb 25 - 27, 7a - 3:15p. 275 New State Hwy. Please help!
The blood supply is seriously low!

Scituate - Scituate Historical Society Annual Dinner Sat, Feb 26, 6p. One of the Society’s overseas friends, Alec Collyer from Devon, United Kingdom will be the special guest presenting a talk on his home area, the river Teign, an ancient boatbuilding river. Alec will regale attendees with tales of smuggling, pirates, secret tunnels and the real life seafarer behind C.S. Foresters Horatio Hornblower character accompanied by original pictures from Alec’s collection of sailing ships long gone. Alec, recently retired after nearly 40 years as a news cameraman with the BBC in Plymouth, UK, was awarded the tile of MBE (Member of the Order of the British Empire) for his many decades volunteering in Mountain Rescues on the wild moorlands of Dartmoor.

Sharon - Tap a Tree Sat & Sun, Feb 26 - 27, multiple sessions. Nothing beats that first drip from a tap in a sugar maple tree, and nothing kicks off the season quite like hanging a bucket to capture that sap which will soon turn into our favorite sweet treat - maple syrup! Help support our maple sugaring operation by adopting a tree. Take the time at home to design your own tree label on a regular piece of paper (8.5 x 11 inches). At the end of the sugaring season, each family will receive a bottle of Moose Hill syrup from this year's season to complete the experience.

Taunton - Free Lifeguard Training Fri, Feb 25, 4 - 9p; Sat Feb 26, 9a - 5p; Sun, Feb 27, 9a - 5p. Ellis Lifeguard Certification *Free when you sign on to work at the Old Colony Y! Current CPR & First Aid Certification, Reimbursement for time spent in certification class, $200 Sign on Bonus! FREE YMCA Membership, Programming and Child Care Discounts, Flexible Hours, Tuition Reimbursement, Staff Referral Bonus and so much more!

Taunton - Under the Sea Party Fri, Feb 25, 5:30p. Jump in and wash away the winter blues! Family open swim with music and all-ages swim activities.

Taunton - Winter Class Sat, Feb 26, 8p. Fashion Show and lots of vendors.

Taunton - Blood Drive Feb 25, 10a - 3p. Christ Community Church, 41 Stevens St. Please help! The blood supply is seriously low!

Taunton - Beer with Bronson Fri, Feb 25, 5:15p. Grab a pour and take a tour with Curator of Collections, Bronson Michaud. Hear about the untold stories from our collection and take a peek at objects on display just for you. Plus, you’ll receive a Beer with Bronson koozie to keep your beer (or root beer) cold and hands warm!

Taunton - Homes for Our Troops Benefit Sat, Feb 26, 8p. Come out and have a great time while supporting a truly wonderful cause!
The District is partnering with Scott Brown and the Diplomats to donate a portion of the proceeds from this event to Homes for our Troops - a top rated Veteran's charity! VIP MEET AND GREET includes reserved seating, meet and greet with Scott and the band, t-shirt and photo! Scott Brown and the Diplomats is an offshoot of a band formed in New Zealand and recently headed by former US Senator and former US Ambassador Scott Brown. 

Taunton - Urban Pigeons Winter Classic Sat, Feb 26, 7p. The Winter Classic Fashion . Art. Dance. The annual Winter Classic will showcase some of New England's best. (2) Rooms of Entertainment, Premium seating options, Parking included in cost of ticket, Ultimate after party with Live DJs and much more. Upscale attire required and having fun is mandatory.

Whitman - Veterans Brotherhood VMC Annual Cabin Fever Party Sat, Feb 26, 6:30p. Food served at 7p. Whitman VFW Post 697, 95 Essex St. Music by: Powerhouse! Please join us for great food and rockin' entertainment. Proceeds raised will be used to benefit Veterans, Service members, their families and Veteran/Military organizations directly and through various Veteran and Military oriented support programs in the local area. Veterans Brotherhood VMC is a 501(3) organization.

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Duxbury - John Alden and the Long History of Plymouth Colony Fri, Feb 25, 12p. Most historians equate Plymouth Colony with the Mayflower crossing and the First Thanksgiving, but the Colony has a bigger story to tell. Join historian John Turner to explore more of Plymouth Colony's fascinating 70-year history and what we can learn from John Alden, a magistrate for over 60 years, about the Colony's religious, political and social order. John is author of the book "They Knew They Were Pilgrims, Plymouth Colony and the Contest for American Liberty." The program will be broadcast through Zoom.

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.

Easton - Art Coop/Gallery is Open The Art Coop/Gallery has reopened and will remain open on Saturdays, 10a - 4p. Easton Shovel Town Cultural District is happy to announce the re-opening of the Coop/Gallery located at 50 Main St (small cape house in the midst of Ames Shovelworks Project). We feature Fine Art in Paint and Photography, jewelry, wood turned items, including kitchen ready bowls, platters as well as gift items. New Artist, Mary Lu Love, will be featuring handmade baskets.

Bridgewater - In Honor of the 50th Anniversary of Title IX - Unrecognized and Still Swinging: Women’s Athletics, 1890s - 1972 Now Through March 31. Maxwell Library, 2nd + 3rd floor, Bridgewater State University. Join Maxwell Library in honoring the anniversary of Title IX with an exhibit honoring the history of women's athletics from the 1890's - 1972. From Bloomer Girls to professional baseball players, the history of women in sport before the landmark 1972 Title IX ruling fifty years ago has largely been left out of history and forgotten. Despite societal pressures to maintain their femininity at all costs, women athletes competed at high levels in numerous sports. From local to national, this exhibit highlights the forgotten history of women athletes and their struggles which are still being fought today. Contact Orson Kingsley, Head of Archives and Special Collections, Maxwell Library at [email protected] with any questions.
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Brockton - BROCKTON GARDEN CLUB PRESENTS A “SEASONING WORKSHOP” Mon, Feb 28, 7p. The Brockton Garden Club is hosting David Wheeler of Therapy Gardens for a presentation on seasonings. Everyone is welcome to this free event at Our Lady of Lourdes, 439 West Street with parking in the rear. For more information on this program and the ninety-three year old Brockton Garden Club contact Peg at 508-942-7535 or email.

East Bridgewater - March Gathering Sat, Mar 05, 11:30a. Online Event. Guest speaker, Michael Brophy, will talk about the central event in the history of Irish genealogy, the destruction of the Public Records Office in Dublin on June 30, 1922, near the end of the Irish Civil War.

Brockton -  TRADITIONAL IRISH CONCERT BAND “MERROW” FREE PERFORMANCE  Sat, March 5, 1p. The Friends of Irish Research and the David Allen Lambert Library will host a free concert and tours at the North Baptist Church, 899 North Main St. The concert is in the auditorium.  There is plenty of parking in the side lot. This program is supported by the Mass Cultural Council and the Brockton Local Cultural Council.  For more information and to register please email.     

Brockton - CULTURAL AFFAIRS AND TOURISM MEETING Thurs, March 10, 6p. at Cultural Affairs and Tourism will hold their next meeting at North Baptist Church, 899 No Main St.  This is meeting allows everyone involved in activities in the city to spread the word, share information and learn more about services available to organizations and groups who wish to hold events in the city.  Please feel free to call Anne at 774-297-4939 or email at [email protected].    

Brockton - LENTEN LUNCHEON “AFRICAN AMERICAN ASSOC OF BROCKTON” Fri, March 11, 11:30a. The Lenten Luncheon guest for week two is Jamie Hodges, president of the African American Association of Brockton and she will discuss their latest project of collecting prom gowns, shoes and accessories.  Join us for the home cook meal and lovely dessert served while you are entertained.  A donation is suggested but not required. For more information on this program and the two hundred year old church contact Anne at 774-297-4939 or [email protected].

Raynham - Comedy Fundraiser Sat, March 26 doors open 7p, American Legion Post 405
291 Mill St. Ride 22 Presents A Night of Comedy to Benefit Heroes in Transition. For tickets, to donate or sponsor please go to www.funny4funds.com/events. For more info contact Paul, 774-259-4981.