Tri-County Symphonic Band

The Tri-County Symphonic Band, led by Music Director Philip Sanborn, will embark upon its 57th season reflecting on “How Suite It Is.” The Sunday, October 28concert includes some of the most recognizable and most frequently played suites in the symphonic band repertoire. Rhode Island Philharmonic principal trumpeter, Joseph Foley, will play the Hummel Trumpet Concerto. […] Read more »

Reading the Forested Landscape

Tom Wessels, author of “Reading the Forested Landscape” and “Forest Forensics,” will give a special talk titled “Reading the Forested Landscape” on Saturday, October 6at 10:00 am at the Marion Natural History Museum in Marion followed by a walk at Noon at Sippican Lands Trust’s White Eagle property. This special event is co-sponsored by the […] Read more »

Fabric Art Program

Please join Lauren Langevin, for a fabric art workshop on Tuesday, October 2at 11:00 am, to bring out the artist in all of us. It’s time to channel your inner creativity.Using a large variety of fabrics in all the colors in the rainbow, create one-of-a-kind fun and colorful pieces of art. They can be pictures […] Read more »

MAC Auditions

The Marion Art Center has announced open auditions for all roles in the upcoming production of The Best Christmas Pageant Everby Barbara Robinson, a family comedy in one act about a church Christmas Pageant that threatens to go horribly awry when a family of juvenile delinquents show up to take part. Auditions will be held […] Read more »

RHS Open House and Bake Sale

The Rochester Historical Society will hold an Open House and Bake Sale on Saturday,September 29from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm at the Museum, 355 County Rd. A new exhibit, ”Rochester Businesses, Past and Present” depicting the history of many businesses, will be featured. Stop by to learn about Rochester History and enjoy some goodies. Read more »

Upcoming Lectures at Tabor Academy

Tabor Academy is kicking off their public lecture series for the year on October 8at 6:30 pm with their first Science@Work Lecture. Rose Martin, PhD in ecosystem ecology, will speak with the public about the impacts of human activities on wetland soil chemistry. She will spend the day in classrooms with Tabor students before sharing […] Read more »

Elizabeth Taber Library Event: Table of Contents

The Elizabeth Taber Library in Marion is pleased to announce its 2018 Fall Fundraiser Event: Table of Contents. On two evenings in November, generous friends of the Elizabeth Taber Library will host literary-inspired dinners in their homes to raise money for the library’s programming and resource expansion. Each dinner is based on a book the […] Read more »

Mushroom Walk at SLT’s White Eagle Property

Curious about what a turkey tail mushroom looks like? Join the Sippican Lands Trust (SLT) and The Boston Mycological Club on Sunday, September 30at 10:30 am to learn more about the turkey tail mushroom and other mushrooms inhabiting Sippican Lands Trust’s White Eagle property in Marion. Ken Fienberg and other guest experts from The Boston […] Read more »

Protect Yourself from Medicare Fraud

New Medicare cards are coming with new random numbers. Did you know that $60 to $90 billion of our tax dollars are lost to Medicare fraud each year? On Tuesday, October 16, meet Tom Clarke, a representative of the Massachusetts Senior Medicare Patrol (MA SMP) Program at Mattapoisett Senior Center, 17 Barstow Street, Mattapoisett and […] Read more »

Showstoppers Performance Troupe Seeking Local Talent

Showstoppers Musical Entertainment is seeking talented youth for its seventeenth season. Auditions will be held on Saturday, September 29, by appointment at the Showstoppers studio at 34 Barstow Street in Mattapoisett. Talented boys and girls in grades 2 to 12 are encouraged to audition to perform with the community-service singing troupe. Candidates are asked to […] Read more »