Upcoming Programs at the ETL

Taber Library

Story Time for Children: Story time will be held at 10:30 am on Mondays, now through the end of March. Children of any age and their families are welcome to join us at the Elizabeth Taber Library for a story and craft. Please call the library at 508-748-1252 or email Libby O’Neill at eoneill@sailsinc.org to […] Read more »

Marion Democratic Town Committee


The Marion Democratic Town Committee will caucus on Friday, March 18 at 6:00 pm at the Music Hall, 165 Front Street, Marion to nominate delegates and alternates to the Massachusetts Democratic Convention to be held on Saturday, June 4 at the Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell, 300 Arcand Drive, Lowell. Only registered Democrats from Marion, […] Read more »

ORR Athletic Booster Club Phonathon


Since 2004, the Old Rochester Regional Athletic Booster Club, Inc. has sponsored a student-athlete-run phonathon to help ORR’s student-athletes raise funds to support the high school’s athletic programs. Because of the generous support of the Tri-Town communities, this annual event has been a tremendous success. This year’s ORR Athletic Booster Club Phonathon will take place […] Read more »

First Congregational Church of Marion


The First Congregational Church of Marion proudly announces the start of a Contemporary Worship Service in South Coast. This informal, abbreviated service begins Saturday, March 5 at 5:00 pm at the Community Center, 144 Front Street (rear of parking lot). Weekly services will be led by a member of our Saturday pastoral team including Dr. […] Read more »

Marion Bike Path Engineering Project


The Marion Pathways Committee announces the availability of bid packages for engineering services to build the Marion bike path. The first phase of the bike path through Marion will start at the end of Industrial Park Drive in Mattapoisett and extend to Point Road in Marion, adjacent to I-195. The idea for having a bike […] Read more »

Seventh Annual Brad Barrows Bike Run


The seventh annual Brad Barrows bike run will be held on September 17. The event will start at 12:30 pm at the Stowaway Pub, 35 County Road, Mattapoisett. The rain date will be September 18. The ride raises money for Tri-Town youth sports, a cause that was near and dear to Brad’s heart. Anyone interested […] Read more »

Relay For Life of Tri-Town Kickoff


The American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Tri-Town & Wareham will hold a free kickoff for the annual event on February 23 from 6:00 – 8:00 pm in the Wareham Middle School Cafeteria, Viking Drive, Wareham. Everyone is invited to the kickoff to learn about how to help the American Cancer Society save more […] Read more »

Marion Council on Aging Hosts Talks


February 22: “The Pendleton Disaster Off Cape Cod: The Greatest Small Boat Rescue in Coast Guard History.” It happened long ago on February 18, 1952. One particular Coast Guard rescue mission with its mismatched crew of four young men has survived the proverbial test of time, but how? Why is the saving of 32 merchant […] Read more »

ETL Adult and Children’s Programs


Blind Date with a Book: Will your mystery date be with a classic, a thriller, or maybe a trip down memory lane? Take a chance and you might just find your next perfect book! Through the month of February, you can check out a wrapped book (with topic hints on the wrapping) and see if […] Read more »

A Welcome Home


The congregation of Mattapoisett Congregational Church overwhelmingly approved proceeding with “A Welcome Home” capital campaign to raise $600,000 in pledges over the next few months to make major upgrades and improvements to this historic meeting house. Objectives include improving accessibility throughout the meeting house and its facilities, including two new lifts, and to assure compliance […] Read more »