Mattapoisett Lions Fall Free Family Fun Festival

The Mattapoisett Lions Club presents the fourth annual Fall Free Family Fun Festival on Saturday, October 19from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm at Shipyard Park, Mattapoisett. Hay rides, goody bags (one per child), pin-the-nose-on-the-pumpkin, pumpkin bowling, corn hole, face painting, coloring station, snacks, Halloween music and more. Kids can each select one pumpkin from the pumpkin […] Read more »

Bourne Wareham Art Association

The Bourne Wareham Art Association is meeting on Tuesday October 15from 6:00 pm to 8pm, at BB’s Bar and Grill, 2424 Cranberry Highway, Wareham MA. Food is available for purchase. The business meeting will be followed by a discussion on how to paint from a photo by Boston based artist Dianne Panarelli Miller. Miller is a […] Read more »

Into the Raging Sea, Author Reading and Book Signing

Into the Raging Seaby Rachel Slade was selected by Tabor Academy as their community wide summer read. The author is coming to campus as a visiting author for a week, culminating in a reading and book signing on October 17at 7:30 pm. The public is invited to this free and open event in Tabor’s Fireman Center […] Read more »

Pine Tree Wars Leading to American Revolution

In 1722, because there were not enough appropriate trees in England, NH settlers could not cut white pine larger than one foot in diameter as they were needed by the English navy for their ship masts. New Hampshire colonists had to pay England’s royalty to cut white pines on their own land. As you can […] Read more »

St. Gabriel’s Church Rummage Sale

St. Gabriel’s Episcopal Church in Marion will hold its Annual Rummage Sale on Saturday, October 12from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. Sponsored by the Adult Choir of St. Gabriel’s, the sale will benefit both the music program and St. Gabriel’s outreach and relief efforts. The sale takes place in the Parish Hall of St. Gabriel’s Church, […] Read more »

Supporting Wellness with Essential Oils

The Sippican Woman’s Club program on Friday, October 11, will be “Supporting Wellness with Essential Oils”. Two years ago, following her mother’s diagnosis of Stage 4 cancer, Juliet Xifaras, a nurse, a wife, and a mother of twin five-year-old boys, responded by examining ways to reduce toxic chemicals in her home and replace them with essential […] Read more »

Marion Board of Health Flu Clinics

The Marion Board of Health will sponsor the 2019 seasonal flu clinics for all residents.  The flu vaccine will be available in the injectable form for ages 2 years old and over and the high dose vaccine for ages 65 years and over.              Remember to wear a short sleeve shirt and to bring all insurance and […] Read more »

Friends of the Mattapoisett Library Annual Meeting

Join the Friends, support your library, and volunteer with great people. The Friends of the Mattapoisett Library’s annual meeting will be held Sunday, November 24, at 2:00 pm at the library. After a brief business meeting, guest speaker, Dr. Mia Holland will present “The Journey to Health, Happiness, and Well-Being: Thank you Cancer!” Dr. Holland is […] Read more »

Tables of Content

The Elizabeth Taber Library in Marion is pleased to announce its 2019 Fall Fundraiser Event: Tables of Content, repeating an event that was highly successful in its first rendition in 2018.  On Friday, November 8 and Sunday, November 17, generous friends of the Elizabeth Taber Library will host literary-inspired dinners in their homes to raise money […] Read more »

Upper Cape Tech Craft Fair

Upper Cape Cod Regional Technical School will hold their 25th annual American Made Professional Arts and Craft Fair on Saturday, November 23and Sunday, November 24from 10:00 am to 3:30 pm each day. The Craft Fair is sponsored by Upper Cape Tech’s Parent Teacher Organization, which funds student activities, scholarships, and other school events.  For additional information, please call […] Read more »