Senator Marc R. Pacheco Office Hours


Senate President Pro Tempore Marc R. Pacheco (D-Taunton) will be holding office hours for his constituents every Friday from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm at the district office located at 8 Trescott Street, Suite 1, Taunton. A meeting will also be held at the Marion Town Hall, 2 Spring Street, on April 20 from 11:00 […] Read more »

Mattapoisett Recreation


Mattapoisett Recreation is accepting registrations for the following spring programs: Fitness, Fun and Games at Center School Fields/Gymnasium: Open to children ages 3-5 years. This program encourages young children to be active and expend some energy in fun and creative ways. A great way to meet new friends while having fun! Saturdays: 9:00 – 10:00 […] Read more »

Marion COA Announces New Office Hours


The Marion Council on Aging is pleased to announce that effective immediately their office hours will be extended. The COA office will now be open and staffed Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. Please call the COA at 508-748-3570 with any questions or for more information. Read more »

Mattapoisett Friends Meeting


Mattapoisett Friends Meeting has now raised more than $187,000 towards its $245,000 goal for the restoration of its historic 1827 meetinghouse on Route 6. Work is expected to begin soon. The total amount raised includes the town of Mattapoisett’s contribution of $82,000 from the Community Preservation Fund for which the Friends are grateful. The next […] Read more »

Marion Fireworks


The Marion Fireworks Committee needs your help. The deadline for donations for the 2016 Independence Day Fireworks is fast approaching. Our goal again this year is $50,000. As you may know, all costs associated with the fireworks are paid for from the money raised through the fundraising efforts of the Marion Fireworks Committee. Please consider […] Read more »

Marion Candidates’ Night


Marion candidates’ night promises to be an informative evening. The deadline has now passed for candidates to file their papers to run for Marion’s elected offices and town committees. While the Town Election is still over a month away on May 13, there is considerable activity this year. The Tri-Town League of Women Voters’ annual […] Read more »

It’s Time for Spring Cleaning


The Marion Institute’s nonprofit work takes us around the globe, and we have acquired a vast collection of books in our library covering a variety of interesting subjects, including spirituality, health & healing, sustainable living, indigenous knowledge, and many more. As we continue our work and branch into new ventures, we would love to share […] Read more »

Showstoppers’ Performing Arts Camp


Registrations are now being accepted for Showstoppers’ 12th Annual Performing Arts Camp for boys and girls in grades 2-8 to be held daily from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm on April 18-22 at the Congregational Church Hall in Mattapoisett. A musical theater showcase will be presented to the public at 7:00 pm on the Friday […] Read more »

Captain Hadley House Preserved


The Captain Hadley House in Marion at the corner of Route 6 and Front Street has now been preserved forever, thanks to the Sippican Historical Society. The initiative to save historic properties has been a long-term goal for the Sippican Historical Society. Some past properties that were preserved (and renovated) by the Society include the […] Read more »

ETL Adult Library Programs

Taber Library

Free Tech Workshops: Do you want to learn more about the free online resources offered to Marion library card holders? Well, now is your chance. Join us for these free Friday workshops at 11:00 am: April 8 – Universal Class (free online courses); April 15 – Zinio Digital Magazines; April 22 – Indieflix (free online […] Read more »