SouthCoast Toastmasters Open House

The SouthCoast Toastmaster’s Club, also known as Marion Toastmaster’s Club, will hold an open house, with pizza and light refreshments on Thursday, October 12 from noon to 1:00 pm at the Wareham Free Public Library at 59 Marion Road, Wareham, MA. Are you frightened of public speaking? Come and experience what happens at a meeting. […] Read more »

Autumn Story Times at the Elizabeth Taber Library

Autumn Storytime, for children between the ages of 3 and 5, begins October 2 in the Children’s Room at the Elizabeth Taber Library. Children are invited to enjoy stories, finger plays and crafts on Monday mornings at 10:30 am. Autumn Storytime continues through November 27. Sign-up is required. Lapsit Time is a nine-week series exploring […] Read more »

Tabor Academy Announces New Opportunities

On two Wednesdays this fall, October 11 and November 8, the Tabor Academy Admissions Office will welcome area day students and their families to campus for an afternoon program and evening admissions interviews. Each of the Wednesday afternoon programs begin in the Admissions Office at 226 Front Street at 2:30 pm and offers a full […] Read more »

Showstoppers Seeking Local Talent

Showstoppers Musical Entertainment is seeking talented youth for its 16th annual public audition to be held on Wednesday, October 4 at 6:30 pm at the Knights of Columbus on Route 6 in Mattapoisett. Talented boys and girls in grades 2 to 12 are encouraged to audition to participate in the community-service singing troupe. Candidates are […] Read more »

Your Story: Open Mic

Please join the Mattapoisett Historical Society (5 Church Street in Mattapoisett) for our second Your Story: Open Mic event on Sunday, October 8 at 4:00 pm. Inspired by the tradition of poetry slams and the appearance of “The Moth” at the Zeiterion Theater in New Bedford, the Mattapoisett Historical Society invites you to our own […] Read more »

Catherine L. Heuberger, CMMC, Recognized By Peers

Catherine L. Heuberger, Town Clerk of Mattapoisett, recently qualified for the Massachusetts Town Clerks’ Association’s (MTCA) prestigious CMMC (Certified Massachusetts Municipal Clerk) designation and will receive her commemorative pin and plaque at the MTCA Fall Conference in Springfield, MA on September 21, 2017. Currently, only 112 of the Commonwealth’s 301 town clerks hold this designation. […] Read more »

Bristol Aggie Hurricane Relief Effort

Bristol County Agricultural High School has always stepped up and helped local community members who are in need. In the wake of Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma, Bristol Aggie would now like to make a difference on a national level. The Animal Science Department at Bristol Aggie is teaming up with Operation Bullpen (with Curt […] Read more »

ORR “Grand Gathering” Reunion

There were more hearing aids than at a Miracle Ear store. Artificial knees and hips came in a close second, but the young at heart were in full attendance at the “Grand Gathering” reunion of the four original Old Rochester High School classes of 1962 through 1965 recently held in Marion. Nearly 90 alumni and […] Read more »

Mattapoisett Cultural Council

Mattapoisett Cultural Council seeks grant proposals for community-oriented arts, humanities, and science programs until October 16. These grants are available to support a variety of cultural projects and activities in and around Mattapoisett – including exhibits, festivals, field trips, short-term artist residencies or performances in schools, workshops, and lectures. This year, Mattapoisett Cultural Council will […] Read more »

Marion Cultural Council

The Marion Cultural Council has set an October 16 deadline for organizations, schools, and individuals to apply for grants that support cultural activities and proposals for community-oriented arts, humanities, and science programs in the community. According to Council spokesperson Kristen Saint Don-Campbell, these grants can support a variety of artistic projects and activities in Marion […] Read more »