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Marshfield: Duke Robillard will be hosting a Mother’s Day Jazz Brunch on Sunday, noon-3 p.m. The Bailey, 278 Ocean St. $25. 781-834-7800, www.thebaileypub.com.
Middleborough: The Massachusetts Archeological Society Spring Lecture Series presents “New Landscapes in the 17th Century.” The talk addresses how the English and Native Americans found middle ground in New England and explores the interrelationships between the English explorers, Plymouth Colony, and Native Americans in the opening of the 17th century. Wednesday, 7 p.m. Robbins Museum of Archaeology, 17 Jackson St. $5, $2 kids, free for Middleborough students and active duty US service men and women. 508-947-9005, www.massarchaeology.org.
Norwell: “The Hiding Place” is an inspiring true story of Corrie ten Boom, a spiritually rich, steadfast woman surviving Nazi-invaded Holland during WWII. Together with her family, Corrie joins the underground resistance to help save Jewish families. Friday and Saturday, 7:30 p.m. The Company Theatre, 30 Accord Park Drive. $15. 781-871-2787, www.companytheatre.com.www.boston.com/addevents