The Best of Broadway

On Friday, July 31, the Marion Concert Band will continue its Friday evening concert series with a program of music from the Broadway stage. The program, which includes a soprano soloist and highlights from some of Broadway’s most memorable shows, is as follows: Lohengrin (Introduction to Act III) – R. Wagner Broadway Show-Stoppers Overture – […] Read more »

Movies in the Park

The Movies in the Park series, presented by the Mattapoisett Lions Club, continues this Friday night, July 31, with the movie Up! This movie got a 98% approval rating on! Bring your family and friends to Shipyard Park and enjoy the exciting funny family adventure offering and impeccably crafted story presented by Pixar Studios! […] Read more »

Shaw Farm Trail Ribbon Cutting

The Buzzards Bay Coalition and partners from the federal government, state government, and the towns of Fairhaven and Mattapoisett will celebrate the protection of more than 400 acres of beaches, salt marshes, forests, fields and coastal farmland in Fairhaven and Mattapoisett and the opening of a new public trail connecting the bike path with Nasketucket […] Read more »

Keeping the Community Afloat

The communities of our Tri-Town are special, and what makes them special are the people who live in them, the people who work in them, govern them, and those who volunteer their time for the highest good of their town. This is why, once a year, we at The Wanderer are excited to bring forward […] Read more »

Car Break-Ins in Marion

The Marion Police Department is investigating several car break-ins, which occurred during the overnight hours from Sunday into Monday morning. All the incidents happened in the North Marion area, on Route 105, County Road and Quails Crossing. It appears that all the vehicles were unlocked. Items reported missing were tools and a car stereo. Police […] Read more »

MHS Has Games and Candy

Children are invited to the Mattapoisett Historical Society Museum for some fun! On Thursday, July 23 at 3:00 pm, children ages 4-6 will explore what life was like for Mattapoisett children 150 years ago through activities, games and a craft during our Little Explorers program. On Thursday, July 30 at 3:00 pm, children of all […] Read more »

Marion Art Center Celebrates 58 Years

The Marion Art Center celebrates 58 years of serving the area as a unique community center for the arts. This year, classes and lessons in music, art, dance and theater were offered throughout the year. ArtStart, a summer program for children is running its 29th year. The theater has recently produced Dixie Swim Club, Anton […] Read more »

ORR Senior Ready for Year Abroad Study

Old Rochester Regional High School student Cate Feldkamp is getting ready for senior year in a way that is above and beyond your average back-to-school shopping for clothes, shoes, and school supplies. She is spending her free time learning a new language, getting together her passport, itinerary, and official documents, and figuring out how to […] Read more »

Enforcement Orders, Hearings Continued

For many months, the Rochester Conservation Commission has tried to get two property owners into some sort of reasonable compliance with wetlands protection laws, and ever so slowly it now appears that the commission is gaining ground. The July 21 meeting started after commission members returned from a site visit to property owned by Robin […] Read more »

Thelma (Briggs) Ladner

Thelma (Briggs) Ladner’s graveside memorial service will be held Sunday, August 9, 2015, 2pm at the North Marion Cemetery, County Road, Marion, MA. All who knew, loved and remember Thelma are invited to join us in her memory. Read more »