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Attleboro - Back to Nature - an In-Gallery Exhibition Now through March 19. Visit us in-gallery for "Back to Nature". The Attleboro Arts Museum hours are Tues - Sat, 10a -5 p. Along with the “Back to Nature” exhibition, the Museum’s gift shop will expand, the organization’s popular raffles will be offered March 4th – 30th and individuals and businesses can serve as sponsors of the museum’s art and culture programs. Each sponsor will take home a handmade gift of thanks for their donation. Viewers of the show will be asked to vote for their favorite pieces and “People’s Choice” prizes will be awarded after the show has concluded.

Boston - Aquarium After Dark Fridays throughout February, 4 - 8p. Spend an evening with the penguins, fish, sea lions, and (of course) Myrtle the Turtle! Be sure to reserve your tickets in advance here, and book an evening to see all 20,000 of our Aquarium residents, including some animals that are particularly active at night!

Boston - Live Animals: Birds of Prey Fri, March 5, 1 - 1:30p. Join the Museum of Sciences' Live Animal Center Staff as they introduce you to some of the wondrous animals that call the Museum their home! Get a close up look at our scaly, furry or even exoskeletal friends!
Boston - Virtual Animal Breakfast Fri & Sat, now through March, 9 - 9:30a. Rise and dine (virtually) with us! Stay comfy in your pj's as you ZOOm with some WILD friends during their morning routine. We'll take you behind the scenes to see the variety of tasty treats our animals look forward to every morning as you enjoy your own!

Boston - Virtual Planetarium: The Sky Tonight - #LIVESTREAM Fri, March 5, 2:30p. Are you curious what is up in the sky? What IS that really bright object in the west? Come learn from one of the Museum's very own planetarium educators what you can search for in the nighttime sky right from your own backyards!

Boston - Black Histories, Black Futures Now open through June 20. Curated by young scholars as part of the MFA’s new partnership with local youth empowerment organizations, Black Histories, Black Futures focuses on works by 20th-century artists of color & carves out a space for stirring exploration & celebration of Black histories.

Sun, March 7, 11a. Experience how easy it can be to knit with the Third Piece Knit Studio through our interactive Master Knitter Led Class. Perfect for beginners.
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Boston - StoryWalks Now through March 12. A StoryWalk is an innovative and delightful way for children and adults to enjoy reading and the outdoors at the same time. Laminated pages from a children's book are attached to wooden stakes, which are installed along an outdoor path. As you stroll throughout the park, you're directed to the next page in the story.

Boston - Pops in Love Boston Symphony Orchestra Available on demand through March 14. Join Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops for this special livestreaming concert celebrating the theme of love across a variety of musical genres. Snuggle up with your favorite person, or treat yourself. This uniquely Pops program includes spirited classics such as Tchaikovsky’s Romeo and Juliet Overture-Fantasy along with selections from Broadway and John Williams’ film music. Plus, special guest dancers from Boston dance companies perform alongside the orchestra in three selections from a variety of styles ranging from opera to jazz. Let the Boston Pops warm your heart—in the comfort of your own home.
Bridgewater - Lost Russian TGIF sitcom Streaming March through March 7. Join us for not one but TWO shows brought to you by Bridgewater State University Theater’s own production! The plays are The Proposal, Anton Chekhov’s farce about love and property acquisition and Julie, based on August Strindberg’s gripping tragedy. For any more information please contact Matt Greene at [email protected] or Office Phone 508-531-6122, Box Office 508-531-1321.

Brockton - Erik Lindgren, piano Sat, March 6, 12p. As a contemporary classical composer, Lindgren has a catalog of over six dozen works, ranging from solo piano pieces to chamber music to orchestral works. In 2018, the Brockton Symphony performed Lindgren's 25-minute orchestral work, Extreme Spirituals, featuring Atlanta bass-baritone Oral Moses. Lindgren performs out with the Bespoke Consort and is a featured pianist at the Boston Symphony Orchestra café. For over 10 years, he has been on the board of the Brockton Symphony, along with the Plymouth Center for the Arts.

Brockton - 6th Annual Multicultural Business Forum With Economic Recovery Update Fri, March 5, 2 - 3p. Zoom Event. You are cordially invited to join the Metro South Chamber of Commerce for a Live Virtual Business Forum event . This event brought to you by North Easton Savings Bank. We will also hear an update on COVID-19 economic recovery resources from Mayor of Brockton Robert F. Sullivan, Massachusetts Office of Business Development (MOBD), and the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA).

Brockton - Saturday Childbirth Class Sat, March 6, 9:30a - 2:30p. Preparation for Childbirth
Topics include an overview of labor, breathing and relaxation techniques, medication, tour of maternity and infant care. Taught by certified childbirth educator. The cost of the Saturday Class is $55. Register and pay online by clicking the button above. Please only purchase one registration for your group. If you would like to pay by cash or check, please contact the Childbirth Educators at 508-427-3712. In case of poor weather conditions, please call 508-427-3000 and the switchboard operator will inform you of any cancellations. Attention Steward Health Choice Members – you may be eligible for a free Childbirth Class.

Brockton - The Salvation Army Winter Clothing Drive Through March 7, 11a - 7p. Westgate Mall is hosingt a winter clothing drive to gather much needed winter wear to help benefit The Salvation Army of Brockton. Items needed include adult and child size coats, hats, gloves and scarves. Items should be new or gently used. Donations can be dropped off at Old Navy, or with a security guard.

Brockton - Learn Magic Tricks with Magician Ed Popielarczyk Saturdays @ 10a through March 27th. Join us every Saturday during the months of February and March at 10 am to learn a family fun magic trick with Magician Ed Popielarczyk! 

Canton - Fire Pits at The Bradley Estate Fr & Sati, March 5 & 6, 12 - 3p. Get outdoors this spring at your own private fire pit on the grounds of the Bradley Estate! Reserve a fire pit for groups up to six people. The fire will be lit and ready when you arrive and you can explore the estate’s beautiful grounds and trails during your visit. Tikcet price includes firewood, benches, s’mores makings, hot apple cider and hot chocolate.

Carver - DCR offers self-guided tours in many state parks. Locally, Myles Standish State Forest has multiple tours for you to choose. Try Rocky Pond Cranberry Bogs Trail Guide, Frost Pocket Loop Trail GuideEast Head Reservoir Trail Guide or Recommended Paved Bike Paths.
Duxbury - Suffragettes in Corselettes Sat, March 6, 11a. For centuries, women have allowed themselves to be squeezed, twister and squished to conform to desired body shapes. The 1910s saw a loosening of restrictive garments. Did the demise of tightlacing help women gain the right to vote? A look at underwear can shed some light on women's history. In honor of Women's History Month, the Duxbury Senior Center and the Duxbury Free library have teamed up with The Grounded Goodwife to bring you t his special event.

Easton - Day Hike - State Park Series Sat, March 6, 9a - 12p. An enjoyable and educational hike at a Massachusetts State Park with an experienced guide. Borderland State Park is a history and nature preserve with public recreational features located in the towns of Easton and Sharon, Massachusetts. The state park encompasses 1,843 acres surrounding the Ames Mansion, which was built in 1910.
Participants will be immersed in the wilderness of historic State Parks of Massachusetts. This class is designed for all nature-enthusiasts looking to further their education of the great outdoors.

Easton - Museum Playtime at The Children's Museum Fridays & Saturdays, 10a - 12p. Spots are limited and first come first serve. Thank you for your understanding. Members, for reservations, email [email protected].

Easton - The Original Easton Farmers Market Saturdays, through April 24, 10a - 2p. Moved to Langwater Farm.

Easton - Winter Woodland Wanders Discover diverse woodlands and their wildlife! Enjoy a Pond Walk Tree Hunt at Borderland State Park, a Pond Loop Walk, Wildlife Spotting at Bristol Blake State Reservation and History and Hike to High Rock at F. Gilbert Hills State Forest.

Fall River - Live Stream: Professor Louie and the Crowmatix Fri, March 5, 8p. Enjoy a live concert from the comfort of your own home! Tune in to our YouTube channel for a live streamed concert. The shows are free to watch, but donations are appreciated and will be split 50/50 between the Narrows Center and that night's artist(s). Interested in making a donation? Visit our PayPal or Venmo us at @Narrows-Center.
Professor Louie has emerged over his five decades in the music industry as the torch bearer of the true spirit of American Roots music. Seasoned live performer, prolific recording artist and versatile multi-instrumentalist (Hammond B3 organ, piano/keyboards, accordion, vocals), Professor Louie also wears the hat of award-winning recording producer and engineer, capturing the talents of some of the worlds most highly acclaimed musicians, most notably, The Band. Professor Louie & The Crowmatix began as the studio backing band for Aaron "Professor Louie's" musical productions for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees, The Band. Rick Danko christened him Professor Louie due to his work and friendship with The Band

Hanson - FBCH Thrift Store Saturdays, 10a - 2p. The First Baptist Church of Hanson Thrift Store. Offering seasonal clothing and trinkets.

Kingston - Cub Scout Iditarod Sat, March 6, 8a - 3p. The Cub Scout Iditarod (formerly the Cub Scout Klondike Derby) is an annual winter event based on the heritage and history of the Alaskan Gold Rush and the trials of the great dog sled racers of the Iditarod. Designed for sled teams to go from station to station with a traditional Klondike sled to test their skills and leadership ability in the outdoor winter environment.

New Bedford - New Bedford Winter Jazz Festival: Online Fri - Sun, March 5 - 7. See website for times of each event.
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Marshfield - Frog Watch USA Sat, March 6, 10a Learn about frogs and toads, how to identify their calls, and how to contribute data to this amphibian community science program. FrogWatch USA is a nation-wide community science program that invites people to learn about their local wetlands in order to help protect amphibians. For over 20 years, trained volunteers have entered critical data into the FrogWatch USA database, and you can too. Ongoing analyses of these data have been used to help develop practical strategies for the conservation of these important species. You'll learn how to become certified in the program, including online sources. This program will be presented at an adult level, but we will discuss how the whole family can get involved.

Marshfield - Mass Audubon Birders Meeting Sun, March 7, 7 - 8:30p. The theme of this year's Birders Meeting is The Bird Next Door: Birding Your Patch. Simply put, "patch birding" means focusing your efforts on one local area to develop a deep knowledge of the place and its birds. Your patch can be your yard, your neighborhood, the swamp down the street, your apartment balcony, or any place you visit regularly. Patch birding is taking off because it helps us focus closely and see birds in a new light. It can also lead to exciting discoveries, from easily-overlooked hotspots to unreported patterns in species migrations and distribution. Patch birding also reinforces the value of parks and greenspaces, and, perhaps most importantly, reduces climate-altering CO2 emissions from travel. This year's speakers will discuss the value of bird-friendly neighborhoods and yards, native plants and the bird-insect connection, strategies for birding a patch and new ways of looking at familiar subjects, and birding in urban landscapes. Each of the four sessions (held on different days) will consist of a live, online presentation followed by a Q&A.

Middleborough - NCC's Curbside Roast Beef Supper Sat, March 5, 4 - 5p. There's nothing like NCC's traditional Roast Beef Suppers - and being able to pick up curbside and bring it home is a treat! Our traditional meals include: delectable roast beef with gravy (which is packaged separately), mashed potatoes, squash, green beans, cole slaw and sweet corn bread - all topped off with a delicious brownie! At just $15/each, you could treat your family and also invite your friends to a socially distanced dinner outside! Please call 774-766-0055 for reservations.

Milton - Blue Hills Reservation is a great place to get some fresh air and has many trails suitable from all levels of experience.

Milton - Magnificent Mysterious Mammals! Sat, March 6, 10a. Mammals have a wide variety of magnificent adaptations to help them survive and defend themselves. Enjoy a semi-private (2-3 families) outdoor exploration and have a close encounter with one of our most mysterious and sometimes misunderstood resident mammal: The Virginia Opossum. We will continue our adventure as we visit some of our outdoor resident mammals and take a short hike into the forest around Trailside to look for tracks and signs of local mammals. 

Milton - Ducks & Waterbirds - Online Fri, March 5, 7p. More than 25 species of ducks, geese, loons, and grebes can be found in New England. Spring migration is just around the corner and is the ideal time to learn and appreciate their exquisite colors and interesting mating behaviors. In this online program, we will introduce you to our area waterbirds, examine similarities and differences, and show you the best places to find them. You will learn how useful patterns of contrast can be used for identifying both individual birds and distant flocks.

Milton - Winter Woods & Water Exploration Investigate the Winter Woods and Waters of Blue Hills Reservation this winter! Activities include a walk along the edge of Marigold Marsh to look for signs of animal activity at Houghton’s Pond Recreation Area, a peaceful parade around Ponkapoag Pond and a St. Moritz Winter Wonderland Walk. 

Norwell - South Shore Natural Science Center Due to the Covid-19 crisis our EcoZone Museum is currently closed to the public. Please feel free to come walk the trails, visit with the hawk and the owl, and enjoy our children’s garden.

Plainville - Virtual Storytime Fri, March 5, 12p. On the first Friday of every month our Unlikely bookseller Karen will be hosting a virtual storytime LIVE on An Unlikely Story's Facebook page. Tune in with your little ones and hear new stories each month, the whole family is sure to love.

Plainville - Virtual Unlikely Trivia Fri, March 5, 6:30p. Join us for weekly Virtual Unlikely Trivia hosted by Patrick Kinney live on Facebook! Patrick will bring fun, wit, and, most importantly, trivia, right to the comfort of your home. All you need is to follow us on Facebook, register at least one member of your household below by Friday at 12pm (to receive the proper answer sheets), and tune in on the An Unlikely Story Facebook page at 6:30pm. Please note you do not need to have the answer sheets in order to play, a blank piece of notebook or printer paper is fine. For our virtual trivia nights, there will be no official scoring. Patrick will go over the answers after each round so you can score your own answer sheets. Instead of prizes for the winning teams, we will randomly select three registrants to win a $20.00 gift card to An Unlikely Story. The three winners will be notified via email during the live game.
Plymouth - Plymouth's First Women Voters Sat, March 6, 1p. Join Dr. Anne Mason, Executive Director of the Plymouth Antiquarian Society, for this free virtual program on the women’s suffrage movement in Plymouth. The 19th Amendment secured women’s right to vote in 1920. Who were the first women to vote in Plymouth? Hear their stories and locate the only memorials dedicated to their lives: their gravestones. Visit the Plymouth Antiquarian Society’s Facebook page to tune in. The broadcast will be recorded and shared after the event for later viewing as well.

Plymouth - Winner Takes All Competition Series #2: Tacoma Prep Sun, March 7, 10a. Sign up for your chance at $1,500! This will be a series of competitions held over the course of 2021 ultimately ending in a surprise format Finals event where the top male and female competitors will take home $1,500 each! The formats will vary, the courses will change, but each competition only the top male and female competitors will qualify for our Finals. Once a competitor has qualified for our Finals event, they are no longer eligible to compete in any of our other qualifiers.

Plymouth - Explore the Shore See the shore this winter! This self-guided “Trip-Tip” features three DCR parks that are located close to one another in the Plymouth area: Scusset Beach State Reservation, Ellisville Harbor State Park, and Pilgrim Memorial State Park. Activities include a Ship Watching Picnic at the canal at Sagamore Hill, a Beach Scavenger Hunt & Seal Watching and a Monuments and Memorial Tour at Pilgrim Memorial State Park.Raynham - Explore Raynham HIstory Browse historical photos of Raynham in, Raynham Remembers. This collection is part of the library’s local digital history collection.

Raynham - Local Trails Hewitts Pond Conservation Area – North Main St: Pond, trail, dam, bird watching (No hunting is allowed at the Hewitt Pond Conservation Area located on North Main St or the Kransberg Conservation Area located on King St at Dam Lot Brook.). Forge River Conservation Area – South Main St: River, forest trail, historical site, bird watching. Raynham State Forest – Locust St: Upland forest, trail.

Rochester - Intro to Ranch Roping with Jason Drass Sat, March 6, 9:30a. Intro to Ranch Roping is a full day clinic to learn the fundamentals of ranch roping. We will at first be working from the ground with roping dummies to learn the basics of building a loop, position, swing, target, and delivery, and then we will move on to getting your horse prepared, and working with live cattle from horseback. Limited participants. $150 clinic fee. $100 non-refundable fee due up-front to reserve your spot in the clinic.For any questions about the clinic or to reserve a spot you can contact Jeni Olivier here on Facebook, by email, or text 508-454-1281. Please have proof of a valid negative coggins to participate.

Rockland - Public Hockey Fri, March 5, Noon - 1:50p @ Rockland Ice Rink.

Seekonk - Intro to Gong Sound Sat, March 6, 3 - 5:30p. We’ve designed this intro for the beginner or the intermediate player. In this class you'll learn -History of gongs and sound -Philosophy of gongs and sound -Techniques -Types of gongs and mallets. *Extensive hands-on instruction and practice with Meinl and Paiste gongs. There is only room for 7 participants in this class so make sure to pre-register. Cost of class $55.

Taunton - Virtual Visits:Plimoth-Patuxet Fri, March 5, 2p. Join us as we virtually “visit” sites to learn about the history of the Old Colony region and beyond! In March we’ll host Indigenous Museum Educators from Plimoth Patuxet (formerly Plimoth Plantation) for a unique conversation that explores 12,000 years of Wampanoag history. Learn how communities past and present have adapted and sustained their seasonal, 13-moon lifecycles amid changing natural, social, and political landscapes.

Taunton - Old Colony History Museum Virtual Tour 66 Church Green. Thanks to TCAM TV, if you can’t join us in person enjoy a walking tour of some of Taunton’s oldest homes and buildings hosted by the OCHM’s Community Programming Coordinator Saria Sweeney. Check out our blog.

Taunton - Local Parks Links to parks in your area: Hopewell Park, Playground & Splash Pad;

West Bridgewater - Conservation Area Trail Maps Wondering where you can walk and keep your distance while staying close to home? Enjoy some of our towns open spaces while getting some much needed exercise and fresh air.

West Bridgewater - Virtual Yoga Class Saturdays, 9a. Start you weekend blissfully! Svaroopa® yoga brought to you safely in your own home. Contact Janice for details. 508-331-3564.

Whitman - Whitman Food Pantry Drive Thru
Drop Off Sat, March 6, 9a - 3p, 519 Washington St. Sponsored by: First Congregational Church of Whitman. Drive your car into the parking lot and drop off your donation. Safety first with no contact needed. Special items needed are: laundry detergent, tin foil, plastic wrap, dish soap, plastic bags, Lysol spray or wipes, bathroom cleaner.
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