Brockton: Enjoy a Sukkot Family Celebration, a fun and engaging family program in celebration of Sukkot. Decorate the sukkah, sing with friends, make a creative holiday snack, and enjoy a free hayride. Sunday, 9 to 11 a.m., Temple Beth Emunah, 479 Torrey St. Free. For more information: 508-583-5810, www.templebethemunah.org.
Easton: The Animal Protection Center of Southeastern Massachusetts will host its third annual Paws in the Park in an effort to raise $25,000 for the nonprofit animal shelter and adoption center. Everyone and their well-behaved canine friends are welcome to enjoy a leisurely stroll of 1 or 3 miles. Sunday, 10 a.m., Borderland State Park Visitor Center, 259 Massapoag Ave. For more information: 508-238-6566, www.apcsm.org.
Hingham: Edgar Allan Poe rises from the grave (portrayed by Rob Valella) for a series of readings of his work at historic cemeteries and burial grounds. At Old Ship, just next door to the oldest burial ground in Hingham, Poe will focus on some of his maritime tales, as well as discuss his connection to Hingham. Monday, 6 p.m., Old Ship Church, 107 Main St. $15. For more information: 781-749-1679, www.americanliteraryblog.blogspot.com.
Mansfield: Laura Wortman and Kagey Parrish of the Honey Dewdrops make their home in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Charlottesville, Va. The couple has been playing music for more than 15 years, but honed in on their natural duet abilities seven years ago when they met in college. Saturday, 8 p.m., Rose Garden Coffeehouse, the Congregational Church. $13. For more information: 508-699-8122, www.rosegardenfolk.com.