Brockton News: Local

Brockton Bowl for Kids’ Sake

Bowl For Kids’ Sake is Big Brothers Big Sisters’ signature fundraiser. Each year half a million people across the country come together to raise money for their local Big Brothers Big Sisters. This year, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Massachusetts is hosting a Luau on the Lanes. Grab your lei and come dressed ready…Read More

Community Holiday Celebration and Parade

From 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. the Downtown Business Association in conjunction with the City of Brockton is holding a day-long celebration. A marketplace with food vendors and local businesses along with performances on two different stages. The Holiday Parade steps off at 1 pm. and ends at City Hall Plaza-Amphitheater. The Hallamore Clysdale's, Brockton…Read More

Brockton Cultural Council special meeting

This meeting is for the presentation and discussion of arts initiatives in the City from the Office of Planning and Economic Development. Rob May will be presenting. Contact person: Virginia Mahoney, BCC Secretary virginiabmahoney@gmail.com (508) 246-4606 The meeting will occur via Zoom. Here is the invitation: Brockton Cultural Council is inviting you to a scheduled…Read More

Brockton Farmers Market

Weekly farmers market on Fridays at City Hall Plaza. Farm fresh produce, honey, and more Vendors: Barbosa Family Farm Freitas Farm Souza Family Farm Mai Asia Vegetables Lafleur's Wildflower Honey We accept SNAP/EBT and participate in HIP, the Healthy Incentive Program, Farmers Market Nutrition Program Vouchers (Senior, WIC, and Steward Vouchers)Read More

Brockton Farmers Market

Weekly farmers market on Fridays at City Hall Plaza. Farm fresh produce, honey, and more Vendors: Barbosa Family Farm Freitas Farm Souza Family Farm Mai Asia Vegetables Lafleur's Wildflower Honey We accept SNAP/EBT and participate in HIP, the Healthy Incentive Program, Farmers Market Nutrition Program Vouchers (Senior, WIC, and Steward Vouchers)Read More

Hispanic Heritage Celebration & Resource Fair

There are many resources available in the community and we want to make sure you know about them! Unfortunately, there are still people who are not aware of what’s available. An estimated 11,620 of the people in Brockton are Hispanic and make up a good amount of the people we serve. In an attempt to…Read More

Brockton Farmers Market

Weekly farmers market on Fridays at City Hall Plaza. Farm fresh produce, honey, and more Vendors: Barbosa Family Farm Freitas Farm Souza Family Farm Mai Asia Vegetables Lafleur's Wildflower Honey We accept SNAP/EBT and participate in HIP, the Healthy Incentive Program, Farmers Market Nutrition Program Vouchers (Senior, WIC, and Steward Vouchers)Read More

Brockton Farmers Market

Weekly farmers market on Fridays at City Hall Plaza. Farm fresh produce, honey, and more Vendors: Barbosa Family Farm Freitas Farm Souza Family Farm Mai Asia Vegetables Lafleur's Wildflower Honey We accept SNAP/EBT and participate in HIP, the Healthy Incentive Program, Farmers Market Nutrition Program Vouchers (Senior, WIC, and Steward Vouchers)Read More

Brockton Cultural Council meeting on Zoom

The Brockton Cultural Council will meet via Zoom at 9:00 a.m. on Oct. 2, 2021. The meeting will last about 1 hour. This is the first meeting of FY2022 to kick off the grant season. Please contact Virginia Mahoney at virginiabmahoney@gmail.com with questions. Virginia Mahoney is secretary of the Brockton Cultural Council (BCC). Phone number…Read More

Brockton Cultural Council meeting

The Brockton Cultural Council will meet on Saturday, January 30, at 9:00 a.m. via ZOOM. Agenda: 1. Old business 2. Discuss new projects for 2021 3. Vote on new projects for 2021 (tentative) 4. New Business The Zoom meeting link and invitation are posted on our website, and here: Brockton Cultural Council is inviting you…Read More