Abington - HUG Annual Softball Tournament Sat, June 18, 9a. Join us for our annual HUG Foundation Celebrity Softball Tournament. Free for all spectators. There are some team spots available.

Abington - Civil War Medical Impression & Talk Sat, June 18, 9:30a - 4:30p. Join Dr. Mary Walker and travel back to the 1860s to learn about civil war medicine. As part of the historical encampment - You can come at any time to hear about period medical practices with genuine 19th century artifacts. Dr. Walker will also be providing a kid-friendly surgical demonstration.

Attleboro - AHS Lights Out Extravaganza Sat, June 18, 6 - 10p. Join us for a night of celebrating, as we say farewell to the old Attleboro High School! **Limited tickets avail - No ticket sales at the door** Food Trucks, Live Music, Hors d'oeuvres, AHS Memorabilia Sale, Special Events, Cash Bar. ORDER YOUR TICKETS NOW.

Attleboro - Juneteenth Festival Sat, June 18, 11a - 6p. The 3rd annual region-wide Juneteenth celebration, commemorating the end of slavery in the USA. All cultural backgrounds & celebrates the richness of African American heritage through art, food, vendor markets, education, community group booths, and live entertainment. All activities are free & open to the public. This year’s festival will focus a special spotlight on “The Crown Act,” a bill protecting the rights of Black citizens to wear their hair the way it naturally grows.
Braintree - 5K to Braintree Day Sun, June 19, 9:15a - 2p. A Kids Race (.5 mile) with Ice Cream Finisher and a 5K Road Race / Fun Walk for adults with post-race beer garden. All proceeds support Braintree’s Annual July 4th Celebration post-race party on French’s Common!
Kid's entry includes a race bib, finishers medal and ice cream. Adult race finishes with a post-race beer garden & cookout on French's Common.
Every adult registration includes 1 beverage. Must be 21 to purchase alcohol, proper ID required.

Bridgewater - Juneteenth Day Sat, June 18, 2p - 6p, 50 School St. BCCR and First Parish UU 2nd Annual Juneteenth Celebration. There will be food, speakers, vendors, and performers. Bring your chairs.

Bridgewater - Community Dance Fri, June 17, 7pm. Cole - Yeaton Senior Center, 10 Wally Krueger Way, featuring international folk dance and traditional New England squares and contra dance. $8.

Bridgewater - 9th Annual Thomas Golf for a Cure Fri, June 17, 8a.

Bridgewater - Lions Club Yard Sale Sat, June 18, 7a - 12p, Winter Place Parking Lot.

Brockton - Rox Baseball Fri, June 17, 7p.Way Cheaper... Way More Fun! Join the Brockton Rox as they take on the Pittsfield Suns. Gates open one hour before first pitch!
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Brockton - African American Association Juneteenth Celebration Sat, June 18,11a - 5p. Come join the African American Association of Brockton as we celebrate Juneteenth in the City of champions! Join us as we have small business vendors, food, performances, activities for the kids, and much much more.

Brockton - Fairy House/Garden Contest Sun, June 19 - Fri, June 24, DW Field Park. Yellow Ribbons will be placed on trees for you to follow to drop off your beautiful garden/house.

Brockton - From Mozart to Marmalade - The Blue Shades @ BPL Sat, June 18, 2p. Join the Blue Shades at the Brockton Public Library for a free chamber Music Concert! The clarinet ensemble will explore dynamic works from Gershwin to Scott Joplin to Mozart.

Canton - Blues at Bradley Sun, June 19, 12 - 3p. Peter Ward presents Luther ‘Guitar Junior’ Johnson and Sugar Ray Norcia. Concert begins at 1p, the field opens at noon. Join us for blues at the Bradley Estate These outdoor concerts are being curated by Peter ‘Hi-fi’ Ward. The concerts will feature Peter, his bands, & noted guest performers throughout the series. Guitarist songwriter Peter “Hi-Fi” Ward has been performing blues and swing for 45 years. In the 1980s he crisscrossed the U.S. and Canada with the Legendary Blues Band. Its members Pinetop Perkins on piano, Willie “Big Eyes” Smith, Jerry Portnoy on harmonica and Calvin “Fuzz” Jones on bass, had been the backing band for blues legend Muddy Waters.

Duxbury - Summer Fair & Auction Sat, June 18, 8:30a - 2p.Held on the front lawn of First Parish Church, the Summer Fair is a pop-up tent extravaganza featuring an incredibly eclectic collection of donated items sold to ultimately support our vibrant church community and year long activities. Numerous and generous donations of books, jewelry, collectibles, plants, toys, white elephant treasures, sports equipment, household items, and furniture, donated from both church members as well as caring people in our surrounding communities bring treasure hunters from all over the South Shore. The Auction is a highlight of the Fair, where one can purchase fine furniture and other large items at great prices. You will also find handcrafted treasures and edible treats made by our members. Attending the fair is fun for young and old alike.

East Bridgewater - 5K Tutu Run & Sparklefest Sat, June 18, 9a - 12p. Come join our sea of pink & tutus at the 6th Annual Tutu Run and Sparkle -Fest! You’re invited to walk, jog, run, hop, or skip your way to the finish line! Strollers are welcome & all ages are encouraged to participate. *Pink, Tutus, & Sparkles are HIGHLY ENCOURAGED*

East Bridgewater - 9th Annual Charity Golf Tournament Fri, June 17, 7:30a. Thru your support since 2013, the Friends of EB Commercial Club have generated and donated over $200,000 to scholarships, individuals and families in need within the community and surrounding areas along with other charitable pursuits.
Easton - Easton Pride! Sat, June 18, 11a - 2p. Join Easton’s Human Rights Committee, Queer Youth Assemble, and the Natural Resources Trust for Easton Pride 2022! This celebration of our LGBTQ+ community will take place (rain or shine) at the Sheep Pasture (301 Main Street, N Easton). Show your support at this inclusive, family-friendly event and help promote equality, respect, and awareness within our town and beyond. There will be food, games, music, LGBTQ+ resources, and more! Email to learn more about the event or for sponsorship and volunteer opportunities.

Sun, June 19, 9a. After 2 years without our iconic road race, The Father’s Day 5K Road Race & Family Fun Walk will be held this year on Father’s Day, Our race is a fun and festive event which helps provide much needed funding for our programs and exhibits. Here’s some more big news. We will be celebrating the 30th birthday of CME too! (A year late but better late than never!) New course, new faces, so much to celebrate this year! Register now!

Easton - Kidleidoscope Story Hour at Borderland Saturdays through August, 9 - 10a. 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+!

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.

Easton - Easton Wings of Hope Day Sat, June 18, 11a - 1p. Join us as we honor mental health awareness with a day of activities & fun at Frothingham Park. Our tagline for this event is "Be the Hope," inspired by our student-led coalition. The goal of this message is to encourage our community that the hope to overcome substance use and mental illness is right here in our community--each and every person is capable of being the hope by being themselves, building one another up, and promoting positivity. All Easton residents are encouraged to attend, FREE of charge, for a day filled with family fun. The focus of the event will be brought by 24 Hr. Power, a non-profit organization centered around reducing stigma and building up those in recovery through graffiti art. 24 Hr. Power will be creating a butterfly graffiti work of art inspired by our logo for youth to write messages of hope on. In addition, we'll have a yoga workshop, rock painting, yard games, free Ben & Jerry's ice cream, and free Wings of Hope merch.

Easton - We Do Care Memorial Walk Sat, June 18, 10a - 1p. Gather your friends and family to show support for We Do Care’s 2nd Annual Memorial Walk. It will be the perfect day to walk the beautiful Governor Oliver Ames Estate. The Memorial Walk is organized to celebrate life and provide strength to individuals in need. Participants who wish to honor and celebrate the life of someone close to them can gather with others while following Covid safety guidelines.
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Halifax - Kids Yoga Fri, June 17, 9:30a. Time for your little to get their OHM on (again!)
Mindfulness, movement, and fun!

Halifax - A Visit From Local Children's Author Alec Carvlin Sat, June 18, 11a, Holmes Public Library. Bring your children to meet Alec Carvlin, who will be doing a reading at the library.

Hanover - Happy Ratter Trial Sun, June 19, 8a. We will be offering 2 regular class runs as well as Dump Hunter and Ultimate Distance. Runs will be limited to 8 hours of judging and then a wait list will be started.

Hanover - Hanover Farmers Market Sun, June 19, 11a - 2p. This amazing market has some of the most unique vendors around. Food, craftspeople and local organizations come together only once a month in Hanover.

Hanson - Field of Dreams Outdoor Movie Fri, June 17, 7 - 10p. Join us for an OUTDOOR FREE MOVIE. We’re kicking off our summer outdoor movie series with Field of Dreams to celebrate dad. Special mascot characters will be present with lots of fun and games. Must receive a special invite by emailing.

Hingham - Juneteenth Celebration Sat, June 18, 4 - 6p. ALL are welcome to meet us near the bandstand at Hingham Harbor. Food, live music from Big Redd’s House, the Black National Anthem performed by Rakeem Andre (acclaimed gospel singer who performed with the Boston pops), a dance performance by Youth Acquiring Knowledge (YAK), presentation of the student winners of the Juneteenth expression contest and more! Fun for all ages! Yummy bbq from Morell's for purchase too so come hungry!

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.

Hingham - Open Barnyard at Weir River Farm Sat, June 18, 10a, 11a & 12p. 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” path down to the barnyard, enjoy the beautiful StoryWalk™. 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. 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. Advanced tickets are available on the hour with each session lasting 45 minutes to an hour. Children 2 and under are free. Social distancing is encouraged and masks are recommended for anyone not yet vaccinated. This program is rain or shine!

Marshfield - June Fest Craft Fair Sat, June 18, 11a - 3p. Sponsored by the Marshfield Chapter 35 of the Disabled American Veterans Organization along with Unit 35 of the Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary. Vendors, food trucks, snow cones, games of chance, music, prizes, and fun for the whole family. All proceeds will benefit Disabled American Veterans and Auxillary Veterans Service Programs.

Fri - Sun, through June 26, 5p, Oliver Mill Park. Summer one acts are back! Smile with us once again this June with Ed Krasnow at the helm, and a bonus one act by Mike Pevzner!

Middleboro - RiLeY CoYoTe with Kyle Akin: LIVE at Soule Homestead! Sat, June 18, 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. This concert is really all about Middleboro! We will be welcoming Middleboro's own Riley Coyote to the stage. This energetic and upbeat blue grass ensemble is always one of our most popular concerts of the season. If you have any questions, email us at: info@soulehomestead.org.
Milton - Family Nature Exploration, Sat, June 18, 10a. On Saturday mornings, explore the natural side of BlueHills Reservation. For families and curious adults. A Murder Most Fowl: Crows are remarkably social and intelligent animals. These clever birds have long been a source of fascination and lore. See how different cultures have viewed crows throughout history and how these myths are often supported by the latest science.

Milton - Buy a Plate to Educate Sat, June 18, 11a - 3p. The St. Vincent and the Grenadines Association of Massachusetts will be fundraising to help support Scholars from St. Vincent and Massachusetts who will be entering the next phase of higher education. Delicious traditional Vincentian brunch offerings will be featured. A full menu will be shared shortly!

Milton - Juneteenth Community Celebration Sat, June 18, 2 - 5p. Celebrate freedom and community this Juneteenth at the Eustis Estate. Enjoy live music courtesy of Branches Steel Drum Orchestra and Cornell Coley drum artist and drum circle aficionado. Come together and lift every voice in song and dance throughout the day. Artists from Quincy For Transformative Change lead family-friendly activities on the beautiful grounds. Pack up some food and bring it along or get a plate of food from Jake's Boss BBQ, a Boston establishment, with a donation. The museum is open to explore, and new research about families that lived on the estate in the late nineteenth to early twentieth centuries is available. This event is held in collaboration with Church of Holy Spirit, Mattapan, Courageous Conversations Towards Racial Justice, and Celebrate Milton.

Norton - Father's Day Pancake Breakfast Sun, June 19, 8 - 11a. Bring the Family for Breakfast, Courtesy of the Norton's Veteran Council.

Norton - FREE Kids Yoga in the Park Sat, June 18, 8:30a. Yoga is a great way to boost self-esteem, enhance concentration, and build strength! Find Your Wae is a wellness studio that hosts a variety of workshops. Including classes designed for children to explore yoga. Sign your kiddos up for a FREE class at Everett Leonard Park!

Pembroke - New Member Orientation & Tour Sun, June 19, 8:30 - 11a. This event will consist of a briefing on club safety and activities as well as a tour of the facility. Persons interested in joining should download and fill out a membership application to bring with them along with payment. Other dates are available by consulting the club website event calendar. Registration is required by going to the ticket link.

Plymouth - Pride Hike at Tidmarsh Preserve Sat, June 18, 10a. Green is for Nature!
Come take a hike with Plymouth Pride at Tidmarsh Preserve!! Program meets at 60 Beaver Dam Rd. Please come dressed for the weather, with adequate water, and insect protection

Plymouth - Strawberry Thanksgiving Sat, June 18, 10a - 4p. Wuttáhimneash is the Wampanoag word for strawberry, the first berry of the season. Indigenous communities often celebrate this as the beginning of Summer and the coming of the planting/growing season. Strawberry Thanksgiving is a time to be outside, engage in sports, and enjoy time with friends and family. Museum educators at the Historic Patuxet Homesite will speak with guests about the foodways, sports, and traditions surrounding this centuries old celebration. Shop at a Native vendor fair featuring goods made exclusively by local Indigenous community members, including Deborah Spears Moorehead, an internationally known conceptual fine artist, and Julia Marden, an internationally known artist who specializes in Eastern Woodland Art. Join us in welcoming the start of Summer!

Quincy - After Hours at the Crane: The Jazz Age Fri, June 17, 6p. Come meet your neighbors and enjoy some food, drink, and entertainment when we open up the Main Library after hours for adults 21 and over. At this special summer event we'll be celebrating the sights and sounds of the 1920s and 30s, otherwise known as The Jazz Age! Come Lindy Hop and Foxtrot the night away with dance demos from a trained instructor, enjoy a silent film, play vintage games and more. We'll also have a cash bar and light refreshments, courtesy of the Townshend, and live jazz music courtesy of Michael Brehm & Friends. Feel free to come in vintage attire (or even a string of beads) if you feel inspired.
Randolph - Computer Literacy Level 3: Social Media & Online Safety Fridays through July 15, 10a - 12p. This free, six-week class will cover: social media, online safety, bookmarking, user created content, and social review sites.

Randolph - Randolph Caribbean American Heritage Festival Fri, June 17, 11a - 4p.As we celebrate this month June as National Caribbean American Heritage Month, join us at the 2nd annual Caribbean American Heritage Festival showcasing our music, food, culture, achievement, heritage and more as Caribbean American diaspora community in Randolph.
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Randolph - PMD Benefit Volunteer Project Sat, June 18, 10a. Pack needed toiletries and snacks for street outreach to people who are homeless and make survival bracelets for first responders and troops.

Raynham - Music with Miss Rhonda Fri, June 17, 10:45a. Get ready for a sing-a-long story time with Miss Rhonda!

Rockland - PAWS Spring Fling Golf Tournament Fri, June 17, 1p. Kick off the 2022 golf season and help animals in need at the same time! This 18-hole golf tournament will take place at Rockland Golf Club, offering beautiful ocean views of Rockland Harbor. This course is fun to play, easy to walk, and pleasant to ride. The best part is knowing while you enjoy the sunshine, work on your golf swing, and make memories with your best golf friends, you're also making a difference in the lives of animals in need. There will be raffles, contests, & prizes. Lunch included!

Rockland - Rockland Day Rockland Day 2022 will be a two-day event on Fri, June 17th, 5:30 - 8:30p and Sat, June 18th, 11a - 9p. Friday's event will take place at the Rogers Middle School outdoor stage at 101 Taunton Ave and will feature Bon Jovi tribute band, Living on a Bad Name, with food trucks and activities to enjoy. Saturday's celebration will be spectacular! We will head over to Veterans Memorial Stadium for a fun-filled day with live performances, a food & beer garden, free children's activities, arts & crafts, and a fireworks finale.

Rockland - Rockland Day Community Pickup Sun, June 19, 9:30a. The Planning Committee cares very much for the community which is why we are continuing to volunteer after the festival and fireworks to pick up any remaining debris or trash. We are fans of #KeepRocklandBeautiful and support their #justonebag initiative. With that, we need a hand from the community to do this quick, but important Rockland Day activity.

Rockland - June Pop-up Shopping Sat, June 18, 12 - 4p, 83 East Water St. Come shop at the Sandpaper Factory where there are local artisans, craftsmen, baked goods, artful cards, felting, home decor, women's boutique & accessories. Plus honey, pottery, stained glass, guitars, telephone & oddities museum & more. (all subject to availability each month) Park on either side of the building and enter through the front porch. There will be a map of who's open waiting for you in the front lobby.

Scituate - Satuit Band plays St. Mary's Church Fri, June 17, 7:30p. Audience members will have the choice to wear a mask during the concert. Masks will be available at the door.

Sharon - A Walk Down Memory Lane Celebration Sat, June 18, 6 - 10p. Sharon Public Schools and Sharon High School Administrations, and the SHS Parents-Teachers-Students Organization (PTSO) announce a Walk Down Memory Lane event to honor the 66 years that the high school served the Town of Sharon.
The SHS PTSO, together with SPS and SHS administration, will be hosting a town-wide event where all will be able to participate in escorted tours through the building including the gym, auditorium, and cafeteria. As school is still in session, access to classroom areas will not permitted. During this free family event, the PTSO will be promoting advance orders for the “Lights Out” memorabilia fundraiser. Commemorative t-shirts will be available at this event until inventory is sold out. Food trucks are being arranged for the event in the school parking lot.

Taunton - Snooping for Snakes Sat, June 18, 11:30a - 1p. Snake Hunt: Are there any venomous snakes in Massachusetts? How big do snakes get? What do they eat? Whether you enjoy finding snakes or are simply curious, Chris Rezendes, Friends of Boyden board member, will share his knowledge about the most common snakes found at Boyden. He will explain how different types of snakes interact with the environment and explain the role our local snakes play in maintaining the ecosystem at Boyden. Chris will bring a few varieties with him to show and will even take you on a snake hunt in the Boyden woods.
Taunton - We're Gonna Make it After All! A Musical Celebration to the Class of 2022 Sun, June 19, 6p. Break a Leg Theater Works proudly presents "We're Gonna Make It After All - A Musical Celebration of our Graduates"! We invite you to join us at the Spire Center for Performing Arts, where our 2022 graduates will take you on a musical journey for their one last time together!
Enjoy live music from Broadway & beyond, presented to you by the wonderful recent graduate Break a Leg Students. We will also have cameo performances from our cast of our upcoming summer productions of "A Chorus Line" & "Matilda"! Come help us celebrate the many accomplishments over the years of these talented students & wish them all a wonderful journey ahead!

Taunton - Full Moon Healing Ceremony Fri, June 17, 7p. We will be gathering around the fire to release what longer serves us with the support of our family. I ask that you write on paper what you are letting go of and bring it with you. We will be playing the drums. I will guide you in a short group meditation. You are welcome to bring anything with you that makes you comfortable. Dress accordingly to the weather.

Taunton - Honor Our Military Sat, June 18, 11a - 3p. Sign up as a team or as an individual to compete! Bragging rights and prizes! The winner has their name engraved on a trophy displayed in Taunton City Hall! Multiple obstacle courses for adults and children, jousting competition, basketball, free cotton candy*, free popcorn*, prizes*, food vendors to purchase from, Touch a truck — Military vehicles, Police & Fire, DJ and more! Everyone is welcome! A short ceremony will begin at 11a. *While supplies last.

Taunton - Liberty & Union Walking Tour Sat, June 18, 11a. A free, one-hour guided tour of Historic Downtown Taunton. Come walk the Liberty and Union Downtown Walking Tour! Join us for a free, one-hour guided tour of Historic Downtown Taunton. Our one-mile walking tour highlights some of the important architectural, cultural, and commercial sites between Church Green and Taunton Green. A great way to learn about the city, from its earliest days through the present.

Taunton - Tailgating with Live Music Fri, June 17, 5 - 8p. Join us for Great Food, Fresh Seafood and Ice Cream! Featuring Live Music! Always Free to The Community!

Taunton - Movies Under The Stars-Dirty Dancing 35th Year Anniversary Sat, June 18, 8:15p. Please join us for this 35th Anniversary Celebration! This will be a Themed Event, offering Menu Items and Beverages true to Dirty Dancing! More Details to Follow! Please- we Pay All Copyright Fees, so outside Food and Beverages are not Permitted. We will offer everything you may need to enjoy the show! Another Free to The Community Event at The Star Drive-In. Movie Starts at Sunset!

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 and explore the diverse history of southeastern Massachusetts. “Passports”, which serve as admission for one free visit, are available at any participating site.

West Bridgewater - Free Father's Day Paint Class Sat, June 18, 10:30a - 12:30p, WB Public Library. Dads, at this event, bring one child that is 8 years old or older to create a paired-painting! Both Dad and child will paint on their own canvas to make a paired-painting of a beautiful tree. There are enough spots for 10 painting pairs! REGISTRATION REQUIRED. When registering, ONLY register the name of the father to save both spots. Do NOT register the child's name.

Weymouth - Weymouth Farmers Market Sun, June 19th - October 2nd, 10a - 2p (closed 7/3, 9/4, & 9/25). We can't wait to see you at the Opening Day of the Weymouth Farmers Market!
Our market is located at the Weymouth High School (outdoors, rain or shine). Visit our website for information about our vendors, which include local meat, fresh produce, artisan cheese, baked goods, and more. Please note: vendor attendance is subject to change - please check our Facebook page or market event page on Fridays for weekly updates on who will be attending the market.

Whitman - Nurture Your Nervous System Sat, June 18, 1p. In this workshop students will learn about nervous system function and how it affects our mind, body and spirit. We will take a journey through the anatomy and the physiological effects of trauma and stress on the nervous system. *No Prerequisites, for all levels, come in comfortable clothing and an open mind.
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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.

Letting Go and Letting Be: Release through Acceptance and Forgiveness - Sat, June 18, 10a - 5:30p. The contemplative path teaches us to open to the full range of joy and sorrow, pleasure and pain in life. Yet it still can be hard to accept the inevitable disappointments, hurts and losses of life. How can we practice true acceptance and release the heart from struggle and resentment over the past? How do we honor the power of our feelings without feeding them, and discern indifference from true acceptance? Is there a difference between acceptance and forgiveness?
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Whitman - Whitman Day in The Park Sat, June 25, 11a - 4p. Come meet your neighbors and celebrate culture, creativity, and community! Free games, food, music, stage performances and more will be held in the park. Whitman day will be held rain or shine.

Halifax - Halifax Fireworks Sat, June 25, Halifax Elementary School Field.