Marion Town-Wide Litter Pick Up


This year, after voters have cast their ballots at the VFW Hall on May 13, they will be greeted by an Arbor Day Team as they exit the polls. In past years, Town-Wide Litter Pick Up has been headquartered at the Music Hall in mid-May. This May 13, the Litter Hosts will be ready to […] Read more »

Organizing for You and Your Life

Taber Library

The Elizabeth Taber Library will run an “Organizing for You and Your Life” program on Tuesday, April 26 at 4:00 pm. When your “stuff” is causing you stress, preventing you from moving on, or is interfering with your life, it is time to talk to a Professional Organizer. Laura Madison, Professional Member of the National […] Read more »

Annual Town Meeting & Election Info


The last day to register to vote for the Annual Town Election and the Annual Town Meeting is Tuesday, April 19. The Town Clerk’s Office will be open until 8:00 pm for voter registration on that day. The Annual Town Meeting will be held in the auditorium at Old Rochester Regional High School on Monday, […] Read more »

RLT Electronics Recycling Event


The Rochester Land Trust will hold an Electronics Recycling Event in conjunction with the Women’s Club at the Rochester Women’s Club, 37 Marion Road on Saturday, April 23 from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. There will be a $25 charge for TVs larger than 27 inches, a $20 fee for TVs under 27 inches, and […] Read more »

Sippican Lands Trust Annual Meeting


The Sippican Lands Trust (SLT) will host its Annual Meeting on Thursday, May 5 at 5:30 pm at the Marion Music Hall. All people are welcome and encouraged to attend to learn about our intended Boardwalk Project that will allow access to nature to everyone, including persons with disabilities, physical limitations and families with children […] Read more »

Alewives Anonymous Chowder Supper


Alewives Anonymous, Inc. (AA) will host its annual meeting and quahog chowder supper for members, guests and others interested in the world of alewives (herring) on Sunday, April 24 at 5:00 pm in the Rochester Grange Hall, 205 Hartley Road, Rochester. Guest speaker will be Mr. James Holden who will present a program about The […] Read more »

The History of Maxim Motors


The Rochester Historical Society’s April 20 program will be “The History of Maxim Motors,” a Middleboro company that supplied fire engines to most of the area’s fire departments. Howard T. Smith, firefighter and author from Wareham, will present the program. Smith is a second-generation fire fighter who grew up in West Wareham and spent much […] Read more »

Saturday Service


The First Congregational Church of Marion is excited to offer a new way of worshipping God. All are welcome to our contemporary Saturday Service held each week at 5:00 pm. This service uses multi-media technology, personal reflection, prayer time, weekly Holy Communion and contemporary Christian music. Young children and youth are encouraged to worship together […] Read more »

Free Equipment Fun Day for Kids


Marion Recreation will once again offer Kids Equipment Fun Day on Saturday, May 7 from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm at Washburn Park in Marion. Attendees will be able to take pictures, climb on, and sit in various trucks, tractors, and equipment. Fire trucks, ambulances, police cruisers, bulldozers and more will all be on hand […] Read more »

LWV Candidates’ Meet and Greet


The Tri-Town Area League of Women Voters’ Annual Candidates’ Meet and Greet/Town Warrant Review will be held on Sunday, April 24 from 1:00 – 3:00 pm at the Mattapoisett Free Library. Attending candidates will be given time to formally introduce themselves as well as talk about their experience, credentials and reasons for running. This event […] Read more »