Tri-County Music Association Reverse Raffle

Music Notes

Announcing the first ever Tri-County Music Association Reverse Raffle. Here is how it works: Individuals may purchase tickets (as many as they would like) for $20 a ticket with a number on it. Each ticket has a corresponding token (ball). A total of 10 tokens will be drawn at breaks of the Tri-County Symphonic Band […] Read more »

MNHM Summer Programs


Come and enjoy the summer in Marion with the Marion Natural History Museum’s Summer Programs. Life along the Shore: During this program, we will be visiting the shoreline and exploring the plants and animals that live in our area’s many coastal habitats. With the use of games, journals, introductory science techniques and hands-on activities, this […] Read more »

Much Ado About Nothing at ORR


Much Ado About Nothing, by William Shakespeare, will be performed by the students in the Old Rochester Regional High School Theater Elective on Thursday, May 22 in the high school auditorium. In the re-imagined setting of WWII, complete with music by the Andrews Sisters, Shakespeare’s romantic comedy comes alive. Returning soldiers – Don Pedro, Claudio […] Read more »

Lion’s Club Award of Excellence


Donald Bamburger, President of The Mattapoisett Lions Club, one of 45,000 Lion’s Clubs around the world, announced the recipient of 2014 Mattapoisett Lion’s Club Award of Excellence in the amount of $5,000. This year’s recipient is Rachel Brown, a senior at Old Rochester Regional High School. Rachel has been admitted to the School of Health […] Read more »

YMCA Sippican Learning Center


YMCA Sippican Learning Center is one of the first programs to receive a Level 3 (out of 4) by the Department of Early Education and Care for their high-quality program. The ECR and ITR scales were used to evaluate Space and Furnishings, Personal Care Routines, Language and Reasoning, Activities, Teacher Interactions with Children and Parents, […] Read more »

Sippican Lands Trust Lectures in May

SippicanLand Trust

The Sippican Lands Trust will be hosting two lectures in May at our office located at 354 Front Street in Marion next to Uncle Jon’s Coffee. Refreshments and lite fare will be provided at both lectures. These events are free and open to the public. On Thursday May 22 at 6:00 pm, Dr. John Teal, […] Read more »

Celebrate Wareham


It’s the Wareham Summer of Celebration filled with exciting and educational events. Wareham will celebrate the 200th Anniversary of its heroic role in the War of 1812 from June 13-15 with activities ranging from militia encampments, living history and period crafters’ demonstrations, and a re-enactment of the attack by the British warship HMS Nimrod. Then […] Read more »

Bird Island Trip


Many many thanks to the Marion Harbormaster’s office, especially Isaac and Paul, for the wonderful trip the Marion Natural History Museum’s afterschool group took to Bird Island on May 6th.  Isaac and Paul discussed a little of the history of the site and the ongoing importance of the the island for endangered terns populations.  Once […] Read more »

Mattapoisett COA Happenings


Would you like to learn to watercolor paint? If you are a novice to painting, join this beginner watercolor course. The six-week course will be held on Thursdays from 12:00 noon until 2:30 pm beginning May 22 and continuing through June 26. Only $3/week and supplies are included. Call 508-758-4110 to register. Join us for […] Read more »

Marion Council on Aging


The Council on Aging will be running the following trips: May 12: IKEA June 23: JFK Museum, Boston July 21: Cape Cod Canal Cruise August 18: Country Store in Mansfield September 22: Isaac’s in Plymouth October 20: Battleship Cove in Fall River November 17: Lee’s and Partner’s Country Store in Westport Pick up will be […] Read more »