Rochester Women’s Club

The next meeting of the Rochester Women’s Club will be held on February 6at 6:30 pm. This is our annual pot luck dinner and always delicious. We will be discussing a few upcoming in-house projects that we are about to tackle. If we have not seen you in a while, please think about attending our […] Read more »

A Moment to Yourselves

Parents, do you want to enjoy an early Valentine’s Day dinner and not pay for a babysitter? On Saturday, February 9from 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm, the CORI’d adults and youth of First Congregational Church of Rochester will entertain your children with crafts, games, dinner, and a movie while you revel in some quiet time […] Read more »

One Book, Tri-Town Explores Literature, Art, and History

The Elizabeth Taber Library in Marion, the Mattapoisett Free Public Library, and the Joseph H. Plumb Memorial Library in Rochester announce an exciting new program: One Book, Tri-Town.  We will be reading The Muralist by B. A. Shapiro leading up to a visit by the author on Sunday, May 19at the Mattapoisett Free Public Library.  […] Read more »

South Coast Chamber Music Series

OnJanuary 26 & 27, the South Coast Chamber Music Series welcomes first chair players from the New Bedford Symphony Orchestra for a rousing start to the new year. Jesse Holstein (violin), EmmaLee Holmes-Hicks (violin), Anna Griffis (viola), and Leo Eguchi (cello) join Janice Weber, SCCMS Artistic Director and pianist, for a whirlwind tour of France […] Read more »

Marion Flu Clinic

The Marion Board of Health is hosting a flu clinic at the Marion Town House for all residents on Tuesday, January 22, from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm. 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 […] Read more »

Hand Felted Soap “Stone” Workshop

Attend a free workshop at the Mattapoisett Free Public Library on Sunday, February 3from 1:30 pm to 4:00 pm with local fiber artist Chey Soares and learn the basic steps of making felt. Fashion a covering over two bars of body soap using natural Merino sheep undyed wool fibers and wet felt it into permanent […] Read more »

Kitchen Table Conversation

Grief comes in many forms. There’s no one size fits all. Plymouth County has experienced many suicide deaths by suicide in the last three years leaving several families, friends, schools and local groups in need of grief support. A grief support program for those who have lost someone to suicide will start on Tuesday, January […] Read more »

MNHM After-school Programs

Marion Natural History Museum’s after-school programs for Winter/spring 2019 will include the following: January 30 – Winter Tree Walk Wetland scientist Sarah Porter will help us take a close up look at some twigs and buds from local trees, and then take a walk in the woods to see if we can identify trees without […] Read more »

Southcoast Jazz Orchestra Fundraiser Concert

The Old Rochester Regional High School Music Department will be hosting a fundraiser concert by The Southcoast Jazz Orchestra, a 17-piece big band made up of musicians from Southeastern Massachusetts. The concert will be in support of the ORRHS Music Department trip to Nashville, TN this April. The Southcoast Jazz Orchestra is led by Bob Williamson, […] Read more »

Marion Fireworks Committee

The Marion Fireworks Committee announces its fundraiser, Sunday January 20, 12 to 1:45 at the Tabor Academy ice rink. Cost is $5.00 per person.  Mittens or gloves and a hat must be worn.  Skate rentals available for additional $5.00. Proceeds help to reach goal needed to have fireworks on July 5.  The goal of $50,000 […] Read more »