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Duxbury: Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra and Masterworks Chorale combine in a powerful program that pairs two much-loved choral/orchestral masterpieces, Brahms’s “German Requiem” and Vaughan Williams’s “Five Mystical Songs.” The concert features acclaimed American baritone Andrew Garland and heralded newcomer, soprano Ruth Hartt. Saturday, 8 p.m., Duxbury Performing Arts Center, 73 Alden St. $20 to $50. 781-934-7612, www.plymouthphil.org.
Sharon: Everwood Day Camp holds its 3d Annual Halloween Family Festival. A free event for the whole family, there will be pumpkin painting, games, sports, moonwalks, horse-drawn hay rides, face painting, rock climbing, magic shows by the amazing Todd Migliacci, performances by the Flying High Frisbee Dogs, plus an appearance by the Patriots mascot, Pat Patriot. Sunday, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Everwood Day Camp, 125 Lakeview St. Free. 781-694-5829, www.everwooddaycamp.com.
Wrentham: A Halloween-themed dinner dance will feature the sounds of the 19-piece Roy Scott Big Band, featuring vocalist Ruth Debrot. The playlist will include songs such as: Henry Mancini’s “Charade,” the theme from the 1963 thriller of the same name; an upbeat rendition of “Autumn Leaves”; and Stevie Wonder’s “Sir Duke” among many more. Sunday, 6:30 to 10 p.m., Lake Pearl Luciano’s, 299 Creek St. $20, $15 advance. Optional, buffet dinner & concert tickets $45, $39.50 advance. 508-384-3003, www.sharonbands.com.Event organizers: submit items directly at www.boston.com/addevents.