Abington - No Shoes Nation Band - A Tribute to Kenny Chesney Sun, July 24, 6 - 8p. The Abington Summer Concerts Committee heard the band play in Hingham in 2019. We hired them to play in 2020 the pandemic year! We hired them to play again in 2021 the hurricane year. What will 2022 bring? No Shoes Nation Band to Abington!

Abington - Annual Fishing Derby Sat, July 23, 10a. Join us for our catch & release fishing derby. If you need fishing gear please let a Leader know.

Abington - 10th District Shop Local Marketplace Sat, July 23, 12 - 4p. We are so excited to bring our market back to 10th District. We'll be providing the best local vendors, with unique items and gifts, we will have something for everyone. So come down and enjoy a cold beer, while you shop the best vendors in the area. If you are looking for a gift or maybe even pick up something cool for yourself, we got you covered.

Acushnet - Flying Cloud Orchards Opening Day Sat, July 23, 9a. Peach season is here but it'll be over before you know it!

Attleboro - Farmer's Market Saturdays through Oct 22, 9a - 1p @ Capron Park. Rain or Shine. Voted the #1 Farmers Market in MA. Over 50 vendors each week, music & events.

Braintree - Landry's Braintree Saturday Morning Road Ride Saturdays through mid-Sept. Weekly on-road group rides. Ride offers different routes & paces, suitable for drop-handlebar road bikes: mild 13-15 mph (with focus on group-ride learning), medium 16-18 mph, & faster 18-20, depending on group attendance. Meet at Landry's Braintree store at 6:45a. Ride starts at 7a & returns to the store around 9 - 9:30a. Contact Landry's Braintree store for more info. See above for general info on Landry's Group Rides.
Brockton - Brockton Rox VS Nashua Silver Knights Sat, July 23, 12p. Way Cheaper... Way More Fun! Join the Brockton Rox as they take on the Nashua Silver Knights.

Brockton - The Places You'll Go Fri, July 22, 11a, Brockton Farmers Market. A Song and Story Celebration. Celebrate Imagination, Summer School Vacation and the 2022 Summer Reading Program. A lively participatory performance for families by David Bates. Funded, in part, by a grant from the Brockton Cultural Council, a local agency supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.

Brockton - Intro to Bookmaking Sun, July 24, 10a, Fuller Craft Museum. Learn to make four simple books in this one-day workshop! Students will learn various materials, stitches, and folding techniques required to make books of different sizes, lengths, and uses. Each person will have completed four books and will have the skills to make their own at home.

Duxbury - Beachscape Collaborative Mural Sat, July 23, 9:30a - 11a. We invite you to add your talents to a collective art piece illustrating the bounty of the beach. Adults and families (ages 4 & up)

Duxbury - Meet John Alden, The Elder Fri, July 22, 12p. John Alden was a pillar of the Plimoth Colony. Many people recall the "hopeful young man" that decided to not return to England as a Mayflower crewman, but take a chance in the New World. Most of his story & accomplishments occurred well after the fabled love story with his wife Priscilla. Come and meet a ‘matured’ John Alden as he relates episodes of his life, the challenges of building a Colony, and raising a large family in the New World, as portrayed local reenactor Stan Wollman.
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East Bridgewater - Farm to Table Sat, July 23, 5 - 8p. Space is limited! Join us for a night of locally sourced flavors and entertainment. We will have a sommelier, educating on wine pairings, and offering samples. There will be live, acoustic music. This event will take place under a tent, and will be rain or shine. This event is 21 & Up.

East Bridgewater - Benefit Concert Sun, July 24, 1p, EBCC. Rock with J. Geils founding member Danny Klein and his band, Danny Klein's Full House. As Part of the Summer Concert series there will be a Donated Ibanez Bass Guitar by Paul Kinch, raffled off and signed by Danny Klein of the J. Geils band along with Donated Xfinity concert tickets with upgrade TBA. Proceeds are marked for a new roof on Barracks22, Veteran and First Responder preferred Sober house.

Easton - Kidleidoscope Story Hour at Borderland Saturdays through August, 9, 9a. Join the park interpreter for a story hour, craft and a short nature hike/activity!! Each week there will be a different nature theme! Great for ages 4+!

NEW SUMMER HOURS: Mon - Fri, 9:30a - 3p; Sat 9:30 - 3:30p; Closed Sunday. Last entrance into the Museum is 45 minutes prior to closing.

Easton - Mansion Tour: Building a Home Sun, July 24, 1p. Come get a look at the fully furnished interior of the Ames Mansion, including the ornate two-story library. On this 30 minute guided tour, explore the history of the Ames family and the mansion itself. First floor only. For adults and older children. Meet in front of the Ames Mansion. Rain or shine. Tour is free. Parking fees apply.
The Ames Mansion at Borderland State Park was built in 1910 by Oakes and Blanche Ames. This three-story stone mansion hosts twenty large rooms and is fully furnished, much as they were when the Ames family lived here.

Easton - Ranger Darren's Geocaching and Scavenger Hunt Now through Sept 18. Stop by the visitor center at Borderland to get your game sheets with clues and coordinates.

Fall River - Summer Carnival Sat, July 23, 12 - 3p. Our annual summer carnival with games, face painting, free food and drink, and bounce houses!

Halifax - Home Alone, Staying Safe Seminar with Bette Antonellis, LPN Sun, July 24, 10a. Join Bette as she breaks down the basics of staying home alone, and staying safe while doing it. Geared towards grades 4-6 in maturity. Class runs about 2.5 hours and investment is $45 per person, limited to 10 seats. To save your child’s spot, please email.

Hanover - Hike at Melzar Hatch and Hanover's Colby Phillips Preserve Sat, July 23, 10a. Join longtime Adopt-A-Preserve volunteer Skip Stuck on a hike through both Wildlands' Melzar Hatch Reservation and the Town of Hanover's Colby-Phillips Preserve. During the hike, you will encounter views of forested wetlands, an impressive variety of tree species, and scenic views of the Cushing Brook. The hike will be between 4-5 miles and the terrain will be moderately difficult.

Hanover - Jungle Cruise Outdoor Movie Fri, July 22, 7p. In the heat of the summer, what's better than going on a fun adventure with the Rock? Just show up with your blanket and chairs and enjoy lots of fun activities!
Hanson - Red Horse Farm - Goat Yoga Sun, July 24, 8 - 9a. Led by certified yoga instructors, Kristina Northrup and Jess Thompson, our caprine vinyasa or goat yoga session is a relaxed form of yoga, consisting of various poses primarily at beginner level and open to yogis of every skill. During a typical goat yoga session, participants are more than welcome to pet the goats or focus on the yoga practice.

Hingham - Sensory-Friendly Open Barnyard at Weir River Farm Sat, July 23, 2p. During the Sensory-Friendly Open Barnyard series, you’ll have the opportunity to experience life on one of the last working farms on the South Shore. In the barnyard, meet our ponies, llama, and 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. On your way down to the barnyard, enjoy the beautiful StoryWalk™. Pre-registration is required for this event. Children 2 and under are free.

Hingham - Evening Under the Stars Sat, July 23, 7p. South Shore Conservatory’s Evening Under the Stars is an inspirational blend of familiar and new, classical and jazz, folk and Broadway, showcasing SSC faculty members and alumni.

Hingham - South Shore Irish Heritage Trail Sat, July 23, 10a. The South Shore Irish Heritage Trail is a journey into the past through nine scenic towns in coastal Massachusetts. These communities attracted Irish immigrants in large numbers. Their descendants comprise upwards of 40% of the South Shore’s population. Small wonder the region bears the nickname, “The Irish Riviera.”

Hingham - Family Hike at World's End Sat, July 23, 10a. Take time to explore the great outdoors with family this summer. Join us for an adventurous family hike on the lesser-traveled trails of World’s End Reservation. Perhaps you’ve walked the beautifully landscaped carriage paths or explored the Hingham Harbor shoreline, but have yet to explore the narrower wooded trails. Beyond the tree line is where deer, fox, coyote, and other wildlife seek shelter during the day. A World’s End guide will lead hikers on lesser traveled woodland paths to seek out animal tracks and shelters, local birds and discuss characteristics of World’s End landscape. The hike takes approximately one hour to complete.

Holbrook - HCC Summer Concert Series: Matt York Sun, July 24, 6p. Join us for our annual Summer Concert Series at the Castle Canyon Playground! Longtime New England singer/songwriter Matt York will perform the songs of Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, and Waylon Jennings and tell stories of their careers. The four songwriting legends joined forces in the 1980s to form the country supergroup The Highwaymen. Bring a lawn chair, and we'll see you there!

Hull - Ocean & Forest Therapy Retreat on Peddocks Island Sun, July 24, 8:30p. Come to Peddocks Island for a daylong Ocean & Forest Therapy Retreat on the Boston Harbor Islands with Toadstool Walks. Discover the unique urban wilderness of Boston Harbor, and unravel the fascinating stories embedded in Peddocks Island's rich history. This is a rare and unique opportunity to explore this island in a different way, connecting with nature and ourselves. Ferry departs promptly at 9:00a.
Marshfield - Circus Smirkus "On the Road Again" Now through Sat, July 23. See event link for daily times. Hop on the bus for a coast-to-coast circus adventure with On the Road Again! Circus Smirkus’s 35th anniversary production is a rollicking cross-country tour along the highways and byways of the good ol’ USA. This unforgettable journey will include stops at sensational sights, bizarre roadside attractions, and the most famous landmarks on the map! Enjoy life in the fast lane as we hit the road with our high-flying aerialists, whimsical wirewalkers, astonishing acrobats and courageous contortionists – with Smirkus at the wheel, what could possibly go wrong?

Marshfield - ShoreFest Sat, July 23, 10 - 6p. Join us for a fun Summer day of local favorites- food trucks, music, pop-up vendors and a special event menu at your favorite neighborhood dispensary, South Shore Buds. You'll have all your shopping in one place that day with 20+ vendor tents displaying a variety of goods/services including jewelry, golf gear, yoga essentials, tarot readings, custom cannabis accessories, and more! Grab a lobster roll or keep it light with a smoothie from one of our food trucks while enjoying some live music or lawn games. Feel free to partake in the store offerings with some help from our knowledgeable budtenders or stick to the outdoor festivities- we love to see our buds either way!

Middleboro - Grace Morrison with Seamus Galligan Live at Soule Homestead Sat, July 23, 4p. Need to get outside and hear some LIVE music? Join us at Soule Homestead on our beautiful 120 acre working farm for an evening of music, food and beer. With plenty of space to spread out, we welcome you to share in an evening outdoors with two great musical acts. Please bring your own blanket and/or lawn chairs to reserve your spot, or borrow one of our folding chairs (limited number available). Plan to come hungry and purchase something delicious from the evening's food vendor. We will wrap-up the event by 7p. Space is limited so secure your tickets today! Tickets are $15 per adult and $5 per child over the age of three. If you have any questions, email us.

Middleboro - Love Letters Sat, July 23, 7p. A.R. Gurney's famous play follows the 50-year correspondence of Andrew and Melissa, discussing the hopes and ambitions, dreams and disappointments, victories and defeats they have shared throughout their separate lives.
This is a one night only event at the Oak Point Clubhouse. Tickets are $20. A cash bar will be available as well! Jim Quinn and Lisa Troy make a great pairing as they will bring you through this tale of two people who's distance apart did not limit their love and care for one another.

Middleboro - Sip & Stroll Christmas in July Sat, July 23, 5 - 8p. Sip & Stroll Features 84 vendors, food trucks, and a full bar. Free Admission. Booth rentals benefit The Burt Wood School of Performing Arts.

North Attleboro - North Attleboro Fire Fighters Kids Day Now through Sun, July 24, N. Attleboro Middle School, 564 Landry Ave. Ride unlimited rides during our discount ride promotion days, enjoy the sights and sounds of the midway with our more than 15 rides and make memories with your whole family! More information and to purchase discounted tickets. Proceeds from the carnival will benefit the North Attleboro Firefighter Kids Day.
Norwell - 2022 Great River Race Sun, July 24, 9:15a - 1p, Bridge St. Canoe Launch. The North and South Rivers Watershed Association is hosting their 32nd Annual Great River Race to fund their environmental education and outdoor programs. These education programs are open to all ages and educate the community on environmental stewardship and protecting our local waters. Open to paddlers of all ages and skill levels. Any non-motorized watercraft is eligible to enter. All participants receive a FREE collectible 2022 Great River Race T-shirt, an ice cream coupon for JC’s Ice Cream in Hanover, a FREE beer from IndieFerm for those participants over 21 years of age, and free admission to the afterparty on July 24th.

Plympton - A Day at the Barn Fridays through Aug 26, 12 - 2p. Looking for something to do with your kids?? Come Join us on Friday's throughout the summer and enjoy pony rides, pack a lunch and picnic, meet our goats and other fun activities at the barn!

Raynham - Super Hero Training Sun, July 24, 10a. Spider girl will be running superhero exercises, Miles will hold nerf gun target practice, & Peter Parker will have web shooting lessons. Face Painting and Mask making stations will be open as well.

Stoughton - Baby Shop & Expo Sat, July 23 & Sun, July 24, 1 - 8p. Join us for our first Shop and Expo. Brand New major brand items for babies and kids at Sale Prices. Strollers, Car Seats, Cribs & more.

Taunton - Downtown Concert: Westwood Swing Band Fri, July 22, 7p. The Westwood Swing Band exemplifies the hard-driving sounds of big bands of the swing era. Its 15 instrumentalists and female vocalist perform from the repertoires of such noteworthy artists as Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Stan Kenton, Glenn Miller, and Artie Shaw. The band’s members, many of whom are professional or semi-professional musicians, are capable of offering up solo’s & ensemble play that reflect both virtuosity and feeling. Representatives from Paris Academy of Ballroom Dance will also be joining us at this show, so get ready to see some amazing footwork as they dance to the beat of the swing band and maybe join in yourself!

Taunton - Group Exercise Open House, Free Classes Sat, July 23, 8a - 12p. Thinking of becoming a member? Come & try any or all of our classes for FREE! Save $50 if you sign up that day!

Taunton - PAPA 2022 Wu-Tangs Charity Concert Sat, July 23, 3p. The event is to promote peace. Peace starts with the family unit and extends to the neighbor, the town, the state, the nation, the world. The charity event will encourage men to regain their purpose and awareness of their role within the family unit.

Taunton - Let's Make History Sat, July 23, 2 - 4p. Historians of all ages are invited to join us on the OCHM’s front lawn to make some history! On Saturdays through September, we will have a demonstration, activity, or game for you to learn something new about the history of the Old Colony region while having some hands-on fun! This week, join us to play Colonial Yard Games! Learn about & play the games that would have entertained kids (& kids at heart!) in Taunton’s early years.

Taunton - 35th Anniversary Movie Under The Stars - Spaceballs Sat, July 23, 8p. Join us for another Free Community Event! Just bring a blanket or folding chair. Great Food & Ice Cream. Please- we pay all copyright fees so outside food/beverages are not permitted.

Taunton - Cemetery Tour Sat, July 23, 11a. Explore even more history of the Old Colony with a visit to a different cemetery each month where we will discuss various topics in the history of our region and residents from the past! July's tour of Mount Pleasant Cemetery will focus on Taunton's Industrialists who are laid to rest there.
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Taunton - 2 on 2 Basketball Tournament all ages Sun, July 24, 4p. Boys & girls all ages sign up today. Give Rashaud a call, 617-438-3629.

Walpole - Ice Cream Festival Sun, July 24, 4 - 7p. I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream at Bird Park! Everyone’s favorite summer event is back! Enjoy bubbles & songs by DJ Nate, fun games, activities, Jimmy’s famous pizza, and, of course, delicious ice cream with all of the toppings! Music, games, & activities are free. Pay for food and drinks. Proceeds from sales support park improvements and future events. Join us for a day of fun and help us FUNdraise for Bird Park!

West Bridgewater - Passport to History Now - Sept 1st, Old Bridgewater Historical Society, 62 Howard St. The Old Bridgewater Historical Society, is once again participating in Passport to History, a joint effort of local museums to share & explore the diverse history of southeastern Mass. “Passports”, which serve as admission for one free visit, are available at any participating site.
Westport - Wildlife Trek and Play Hike for Kids at Westport Town Farms Sat, July 23, 2 - 4p. Kids are at the center of our Kids First Explorer Hikes. These hikes will provide kids with the freedom, risk taking and independence they seek while insuring parents feel safe. Are you ready for a nature play adventure? Facilitated by a Green Button Counseling licensed clinical therapist. Framed by woodlands, spring wildflowers, and ponds, this walk offers an ideal space to recharge and connect.

Weymouth - Kids Competition Warrior Course Sat, July 23, 11a. ALL PROCEEDS GO DIRECTLY TO THE LUZ DE MARIA ORPHANAGE! Registration: $10 first run $5 each additional run

Weymouth - Life Community Weymouth Summer Fun Night Sat, July 23, 7p, King Oak Hill Park. We will have FREE inflatables, ice cream, balloon animals , giveaways, and MORE. The evening will end with a showing of SING 2.
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Lunch and Learn Parenting Group - Fridays @ 12p through Oct 21. We’ll check in with each other, show support, share, talk about important topics and help you get the most out of your lunchtime.
Parenting is the hardest job in the world. At times the challenges and struggles get overwhelming and creates a lot of stress and frustration for parents. Do you need to get some feedback to your questions? Do you need help with steps to take to reduce stress so you can parent better? Take your lunch and come and join our community.

The Alchemy and Power of Tarot - Sat, July 23, 10:45a. Take your tarot readings and practice beyond the book and box and step into the power of the deck that calls to you. Every deck is a creative alchemy of image and story and in this session participants will discover dynamic techniques, layouts and rituals for the most powerful and rewarding experiences with the cards. Explore different ways of harnessing the cards energies for deeper levels of knowledge, exploration and expertise in your readings. Get ready to look at the cards in a new way to maximize your magical life. Be sure to bring your cards for this hands on experience!
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Bridgewater - Bridgewater Academy Lions Wine Tasting Fundraiser/30th Anniv. Celebration Thurs, July 28, 5 - 7:30p. Bernier’s Liquors, 905 Plymouth St. Taste a variety of wines. Light refreshments. Tickets $10/person 21+. Benefit Lions & local charities. Call or text 774-573-3193 for tickets.

Whitman - American Legion Left Right Center Tournament Sat, July 30th, 7p, Whitman American Legion, Post 22, 33 Legion Pkwy. The Whitman American Legion will be hosting a Left Right Center Tournament to benefit The Veterans and Children Foundation, an organization dedicated to supporting disabled veterans and families in need. Bring your family and friends to enjoy an exhilarating dice game while benefiting a good cause.

Milton - Nice and Easy Hiking Series Sat, July 30, 1 - 2:30. Looking to get outdoors and take a gentle, guided hike in the beautiful Blue Hills? Join us for our weekly series of leisurely paced nature hikes (1.5-3 miles long). Learn about nature at your own pace & make some friends along the way. All ages.