Benjamin D. Cushing Community Center Open House

The Marion Recreation and Council on Aging Departments invite the community to celebrate their new location at the Benjamin D. Cushing Community Center, 465 Mill Street, Marion, during an open house on Saturday, August 12 from 10:00 am – 1:00 pm. Enjoy some music (Yesterday’s Country Band will perform from 10:00 am – 11:00 am), […] Read more »

The Dinner Party at the MAC

Tickets are currently available for Marion Art Center’s upcoming production of The Dinner Party by Neil Simon. The bittersweet comic drama revolves around a chaotic French dinner party. Six people – three divorced couples – arrive to dine in a chic Parisian restaurant, each unbeknownst to the other. During the dinner, they are forced to […] Read more »

Meet Me At The Tremont

The Cape Cod Canal Region Chamber of Commerce, Town of Wareham, and the Tremont Nail Advisory Group are hosting “Meet Me At The Tremont,” 8 Elm Street, Wareham, on Saturday, August 26 from 5:30 – 8:30 pm. The event takes place at the Tremont Nail Factory, a historic landmark on the Wankinco River, featuring breathtaking […] Read more »

Friends of Mattapoisett Bike Path

There will be a Friends of Bike Path meeting at the Mattapoisett Library on August 8 at 6:30 pm in the downstairs Meeting Room. Funding is in place for construction to start early next year. Come learn how you can help with initiatives that look forward to Phase 2: the Tour de Crème, the “Marion […] Read more »

Rochester Country Fair

The 18th Annual Rochester Country Fair will take place Friday, August 18 through Sunday, August 20. The Fair Committee has worked diligently to move several of our headline events around to provide family-friendly entertainment for all. We are excited to announce a few changes and additions: – Sharpen your chainsaws. The Woodsman Show will now […] Read more »

Arbor and Hiroshima Day Ceremony

A ceremony will be held at 11:00 am on August 6 at the Dexter Lane Ballfield (55 Dexter Lane, Rochester) to celebrate the gift and planting of a ginkgo tree sapling from a tree that survived the bombing of Hiroshima, Japan. August 6 is the 72nd anniversary of the bombing. Rochester is a Tree City […] Read more »

The History and Care of Costume Jewelry

Come to the Mattapoisett Free Public Library for a fascinating free presentation by Marie Rottler on costume jewelry. Did you know? Costume jewelry can be made of almost anything, including wood, plastic, beads, shell, lava, glass, sterling silver plated with gold, and human hair, but not precious stones. Learn about all your baubles & beads […] Read more »

133rd Summer Season at St. Philip’s

St. Philip’s Episcopal Church, next to the Town Beach in Mattapoisett, continues their long tradition of visiting clergy from Massachusetts and beyond. Services using the 1928 Book of Common Prayer are conducted at 8:00 am and 10:00 am each Sunday through Labor Day weekend. The Rev. Robert Malm, Rector, Grace Church, Alexandria, VA officiates on […] Read more »

RLT Full Moon Kayak Event

The Rochester Land Trust will be holding what will be its third annual Full Moon Kayak Paddle on Sunday, August 6 at Mary’s Pond. Plan to be there for a 7:30 pm launch with sunset at 7:57 and the moon rising at 7:18. Put in will be at the State car top launch on Perry’s […] Read more »

Marion COA Lunch and Lecture Series

The Lunch and Lecture series returns to the Marion Council on Aging on Monday, July 31 at the Benjamin D. Cushing Community Center, 465 Mill Street, Marion. Seniors from all areas are invited to attend but you must RSVP to 508-748-3570. Lunch (chicken, mashed potatoes, vegetable and sugar cookies) will be served at 11:30 am […] Read more »