American Legion 2nd Annual Clam Boil


The American Legion, Florence Eastman Post 280, will hold a Clam Boil under the tent in Shipyard Park in Mattapoisett on July 12 from 4:00 to 6:30 pm. Call Mike at 508-758-9311 for reservations or questions. The Boil will include our special chowder, two pounds of clams, stuffing, sweet corn, onion, potato, sausage and linguica. […] Read more »

Summer Teen Dances


The Mattapoisett Track Club will once again sponsor summer teen dances on Holmes Wharf this summer. Dances will be every Thursday night, with the first dance on Thursday, June 19 and the last scheduled for August 21. Dances will be held between the hours of 7:30 pm and 10:30 pm. Admission is limited to students […] Read more »

Rochester Women’s Club


The Rochester Women’s Club has been advertising a Scholarship Dance to be held on Saturday, June 7 at the Redmen Hall in Wareham. Unfortunately, due to poor ticket sales, this dance has been cancelled. Anyone holding tickets who would like a refund, please call Nancy at 508-654-6621. Meanwhile, we are still holding our First Annual […] Read more »

Women’s Center 19th Annual Golf Tournament


The Women’s Center (TWC) is preparing for its 19th Annual Golf Tournament, which will be held on Monday, June 16 at the Fall River Country Club, Fall River, MA. Registration begins at 11:00 am with a shotgun start of 12:30 pm. All proceeds from this charity golf tournament benefit programs and direct services for victims […] Read more »

St. Rose of Lima Chicken Barbecue


The St. Rose of Lima Parish in Rochester will hold their 51st Chicken Barbecue on Sunday, June 22, beginning at noon. This day of family fun begins 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 »

SHS and ETL Lecture Presentation


On Friday, June 13 at 7:00 pm, the public is invited to the Marion Music Hall, as historian Gary Sousa presents The Civil Rights Act – Fifty Years Later. In 1964, Congress passed Public Law 88-352 (78 Stat. 241), the groundbreaking legislation commonly known as the Civil Rights Act. The Act forbids discrimination on the […] Read more »

Tapestry of Innovation


The Marion Art Center announces that it will host an exhibition entitled “Tapestry of Innovation” from Friday, June 6 until Saturday, July 12. The exhibition will feature the diverse work of three award-winning artists from Rhode Island: contemporary basket maker Arlene K. McGonagle; printmaker Carol Strause FitzSimonds; and the watercolor paintings of Susan E. Patterson. […] Read more »

Marion Republican Town Committee


The Marion Republican Town Committee will conduct its next monthly meeting on Tuesday, June 3 at 7:00 pm at the Marion Music Hall, 164 Front Street, Marion. The guest speaker for this meeting will be John Miller, the Republican candidate for Attorney General. The public and new members are welcome. Read more »