Adult Programs at the Elizabeth Taber Library

Free Technology Workshops: Thursdays in April and May at 11:00 am. Come to the Elizabeth Taber Library to learn more about using email, social media, and taking advantage of all that the library resources have to offer! Workshops will include: April 6 – Computer Basics: Setting up an email; April 13 – Advanced Email: Sending […] Read more »

Gosforth’s Fete at Tabor Academy

Student actors visiting Tabor Academy from Ellesmere College, a high school in England, will present a comical show to the Tabor and Tri-Town community on Saturday, April 1 and Sunday, April 2 at 7:00 pm in Tabor’s Will Parker Black Box Theatre located on the second floor of Hoyt Hall at 235 Front Street, Marion. […] Read more »

Mattapoisett Lions Easter Egg Hunt

The Mattapoisett Lions Club will sponsor an Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 15 at Veteran’s Park, Ned’s Point Lighthouse from 11:00 am – 12:00 pm. Come meet the Easter bunny and hunt for some good eggs! Weather permitting. The event is free. No pre-registration required. For more information, email Read more »

Elizabeth Taber Library Spring Children’s Programs

Spring Story Time for children between the ages of three and five begins April 3 and runs through May 22. Children are invited to enjoy stories, finger-plays and crafts on Monday mornings at 10:30 am. Spring Tales for Twos, for children 24-35 months, begins April 5 and runs through May 31. Children must be 2 […] Read more »

Historical Societies Sponsor Author Talk

On Sunday, April 9 at 2:00 pm, author and historian Stephen Puleo will talk about his latest book, American Treasures, at Mattapoisett Free Public Library, 7 Barstow Street, Mattapoisett. American Treasures is the story of the U.S. government’s secret efforts to save the Declaration of Independence, Constitution, and Gettysburg Address. These and other priceless documents […] Read more »

Marion COA Learning and Leisure Lectures

All lectures begin at 12:45 pm at the Marion Music Hall, 164 Front Street, and are free and open to the community. Monday, April 3: “Henry David Thoreau: Civil Disobedience.” Henry David Thoreau was an American poet, essayist, philosopher, naturalist and abolitionist. Professor of American Literature at UMass Dartmouth and Marion resident Charles White will […] Read more »

Reptiles Of Massachusetts

There are many misunderstandings between humans and scaled creatures, which has led to problems for the reptiles. Meet some of Massachusetts’ resident reptiles and find out about human threats to their survival. Program date is Friday, April 28, from 7:00 to 8:00 pm at the Marion Natural History Museum, 8 Spring Street, Marion. Cost is […] Read more »

Sippican Historical Society Speakers’ Program

Take a visit back in time to early law enforcement and corrections. “Plymouth County Corrections, Then & Now” takes you on a journey through the county jail system in Massachusetts and tells the story of some of our most infamous inmates! Hosted by the Sippican Historical Society, Liisa Budge-Johnson from the Plymouth County Sheriff’s Department […] Read more »

Baked Fish Dinner

There will be a baked fish dinner at The Knights, 57 Fairhaven Road (lower level) in Mattapoisett on April 14 from 5:00 to 7:00 pm. The menu includes baked fish, baked potato, season vegetables, salad, rolls, dessert and coffee for $15 per person (eat in or take out). For reservations, call Jim at 508- 863-3496. Read more »