Great Community Picnic

Begin with a summer sunset by the harbor, friends and neighbors, and your own delicious picnic fare. Add great live music by Megan Casey, Retro Roots Music, and Carlin Tripp. Throw in complimentary hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar by the Inn on Shipyard Park, and fresh local oysters from Mattapoisett’s Copper Beech Farm. Result? […] Read more »

Yard Sale at Quaker Meeting

On Saturday, June 16, there will be a yard sale on the Quaker meeting grounds at 103 Marion Road in Mattapoisett. It will run from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm. Read more »

June Programs at Plumb Library

Registration is open for this summer’s Summer Library Program “Libraries Rock!” There is a separate registration for children ages 2-12, plus one for Teens and Adults, ages 12 and up. This year, everyone participating will cooperate in a community goal: Stick Together for the RMS Music Mosaic Project. Completing activities adds to the mosaic. When […] Read more »

SCCC Summer SING! Camp

The South Coast Children’s Chorus (SCCC) has an exciting and creative way for singers in Grades 1-12 to spend one week this summer. Summer SING! is a song-filled, five-day summer camp July 9-13. Led by SCCC musical director Dr. Tianxu Zhou, the camp will take place at UMass Dartmouth from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm […] Read more »

Miss Massachusetts Is Out For Blood

Miss Massachusetts, Jillian Zucco, will host a community blood drive with the American Red Cross on World Blood Donor Day, Thursday, June 14from 1:00 to 6:00 pm at St. Anthony’s Church hall at 22 Barstow Street in Mattapoisett. As a 2016 graduate of UMass Dartmouth’s Nursing program, now working full-time as a registered nurse, Ms. […] Read more »

Saint Rose of Lima Chicken Barbecue

The Saint Rose of Lima Church in Rochester will hold their 55th Chicken Barbecue on Sunday,June 24beginning at noon. Plan on a day of family fun beginning with St. Rose of Lima’s tasty and ever-popular chicken dinner prepared on their open barbecue pits. The menu includes half a chicken with cranberry sauce, corn, potato, roll, […] Read more »

Annual Marion Fourth of July Parade

The Town of Marion is presently organizing the Annual Marion Fourth of July Parade that is scheduled for Wednesday, July 4at 9:00 am sharp. The Parade will form beginning at 8:00 am on the Fourth of July in the ball field behind the Marion Town House and adjacent to the Sippican School. Parade organizers will […] Read more »

Learn How to Fish at Mary’s Pond

Have you ever wanted to learn how to fish? Now’s your chance! Let the MassWildlife Angler Education Program be your guide, in partnership with the Buzzards Bay Coalition, on Thursday, June 14from 5:30 to 7:30 pm at Mary’s Pond. Mary’s Pond is located at the end of Perry’s Lane in Rochester. At this free event, […] Read more »

Free Tai Chi at Ned’s Point

All levels are welcome, whether experienced or your first time. Tai Chi has many health benefits and is practiced in a slow, focused manner with breathing techniques. Relax and be balanced within yourself, and carry that feeling into your life. Join instructor Mary Beth Soares every Monday at 8:45 am at Ned’s Point (in inclement […] Read more »

Invasive Plants Talk

The Marion Garden Group and Sippican Lands Trust are co-sponsoring a talk on Invasive Plants on Saturday, June 9at 10:00 am at the Sippican Woman’s Club, 152 Front Street, Marion. Frederick “Bud” Sechler, Ecological Programs Coordinator at the New England Wild Flower Society, will be presenting a talk titled Invasive plants of New England: Identification, […] Read more »