BRIEFLY: Aug. 22-25
August 22, 2015 - garden totes
Barn Show Music Series
MANOMET – Barn Show Music Series outside concerts are reason during 6:30 p.m. during Holmes Farm, located during 127 Manomet Point Road, and are co-presented by Hayley Sabella and Brewster Productions.
Sept. 6: Frances Cone, The Suitcase Junket, David Tanklefsky. The gates open during 6 p.m. and tickets are $12. Go to www.barnshowmanomet.com or www.facebook.com/barnshowmanomet for sum and piece information.
HINGHAM – The Home for Little Wanderers’ 21st annual Generous Masters golf marathon fundraiser earnings Tuesday, Sept. 8, to Black Rock Country Club, 19 Clubhouse Drive, Hingham. This 36-hole competition offers participants a choice to play for a full or half day to lift income for one of New England’s largest nonprofit child and family use agencies. Registration and continental breakfast start during 7 a.m., morning turn during 7:45 a.m., lunch during noon, afternoon turn during 1 p.m., accepting and awards rite during 5:30 pm.
Through programs like The Home for Little Wanderers’ Southeast Campus in Plymouth and others opposite Eastern Massachusetts, The Home’s services reason a lives of some-more than 7,000 children and families who are vital in at-risk resources any year. To learn how we can support The Home as a member or unite of Generous Masters, revisit www.thehome.org/gmgolf or hit Jamille Benson, firstname.lastname@example.org, 617-927-0682.
Graphic pattern studio open house
PLYMOUTH – IMAGEination Graphic Solutions will open a striking pattern studio in downtown Plymouth during 15 Main St. Extension. The studio will flog off a central opening with an open residence from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 8, during Nosh Tavern, that is located during a same address. Complimentary appetizers and a income bar will be served. A debate of a studio will be offered. For some-more information revisit www.iigsdesign.com.
Pet food cupboard during Salvation Army
PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Salvation Army offers a pet food cupboard for cats and dogs from 9 a.m. to noon a second Wednesday of a month during 8 Carver St. The cupboard is sponsored by a Plymouth VCA and Hills Pet Nutrition. A veterinarian and oldster tech will be onsite that morning to answer questions about pet health. Call a Salvation Army during 508-746-1559 with questions.
Plymouth Garden Club meeting
PLYMOUTH – The subsequent assembly of a Plymouth Garden Club will be Wednesday, Sept. 9, during a Chiltonville Church, located during 6 River St. Social time starts during 12:15 and a assembly during 1 p.m. The module will be “Confessions of a Seed Snatcher,” presented by former clergyman MariePatrice Masse, membership authority of a Stowe Garden Club and certified seed snatcher. She will have hundreds of seeds to share and give pointers on a best party methods for best seed preservation. Guests are acquire for a $3 fee. For serve information about The Plymouth Garden Club, revisit www.plymouthgardenclub.org.
Better Breathers Club
PLYMOUTH – Better Breathers Club is a BID-Plymouth support organisation for people with ongoing lung disease. The subsequent assembly will be from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 9, in a Funkhouser Conference Room A during BID-Plymouth, located during 275 Sandwich St.
“Breathe In, Breathe Out,” an spontaneous discuss about vital with ongoing lung disease, will be led by Dale Thackeray, BID-Plymouth’s executive of Pastoral Care Services and interfaith chaplain. Registration is not required. For some-more information, call 508-830-2567.
Library temporarily closing
PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Public Library announced that a designation of new carpeting via a 25-year-old building during 132 South St. will take place from Saturday, Sept. 12, by Sunday, Sept. 20. The building will be sealed to a open during this project.
During this duration when a categorical bend is closed, open hours will be shifted to a Manomet Branch Library, 12 Strand Ave., as follows: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 12; 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sept. 14 by 17; and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 18 and 19.
The categorical library will giveaway to a open during 10 a.m. Monday, Sept. 21.
For serve information, call Jennifer Harris during 508-830-4250//TTY 508-747-5882. Check a website for updated information during www.plymouthpubliclibrary.org.
Run to a Rock
PLYMOUTH – The Boys Girls Club of Plymouth will reason a 21st annual Run to a Rock 5K, 10K and half marathon during 9 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 12. Winners in any competition will be awarded income prizes and benefaction certificates with trophies going to age organisation winners. All finishers in all 3 races will accept a antiquated finisher’s medal.
Race organizers design to have about 1,800 runners. The eventuality is a multiple of 3 races of 3 varying distances to accommodate runners and walkers during all levels. The 5K competition starts during Cordage Park, a 10K competition starts during a Boys Girls Club and a half marathon starts during College Pond in a Myles Standish State Forest. All 3 races finish along a ancestral waterfront during Plymouth Rock. The finish line comforts a BBQ for all purebred participants. Post race, all runners and volunteers 21+ are invited to suffer a Thirsty Pilgrim Beer Festival on a Hedge House grass on Water Street commencement during 1 p.m.
All 3 races start during 9 a.m. with online registration and competition information supposing on a competition website during www.runtotherock.webs.com. Preregistration for a 5K is $25, 10K is $25 and a half marathon is $50. Race day registration is also accessible for an additional $5 per race. Both a 5K and 10K races offer ignored registration fees for students and children. Proceeds advantage a Boys Girls Club.
Anyone meddlesome in sponsoring a competition can email to email@example.com. Volunteers are also indispensable in all areas including pre-race, competition setup, H2O stops, starting and finish line. If you’re meddlesome in volunteering a few hours of your morning, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thirsty Pilgrim Beer Festival
PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Lions Club will benefaction a seventh annual Thirsty Pilgrim Beer Festival from 1 to 7 p.m. Sept. 12 and 13 on a Hedge House lawn, located during 126 Water St. There will be food, games and live song featuring a King Ludwig’s Band.
Admission is $5 per adult, $3 per child underneath age 10. Admission for adults over 21 includes 3 drink samples. Live song both days starts during 2 p.m. All a income lifted during final year’s eventuality was donated to a internal food pantries and Massachusetts Lions Eye Research. See www.thethirstypilgrim.com for details.
Walk for Animals
PLYMOUTH – Friends of a Plymouth Pound annual Walk for Animals dog transport fundraiser will be reason during 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 12, during Morton Park (Little Pond) in Plymouth. At noon there will be a cookout; 1 p.m., print competition winners announced; and 1:15 p.m., raffle drawing. Dana McKenzie will yield Reiki for humans and animals for a $10 concession to FPP with $20 session. Best Pet Salon of Manomet will reason a spike clip-a-thon and benefaction deduction to FPP.
Every dollar lifted by a annual Friends of a Plymouth Pound Walk for Animals is used to compensate for veterinary caring for homeless animals in a encourage caring module and for progressing a low-cost spaying and neutering program. See www.friendsplymouthpound.org for details.
Cliff Walk fundraiser
BUZZARDS BAY – Sunday, Sept. 13, a ALS Family Charitable Foundation will benefaction a 19th annual Cliff Walk fundraiser, sponsored by Superior Rail Iron Works. Supporters are invited to spend a day on a Cape Cod Canal (at a Buzzards Bay Recreation Area, Main Street, Buzzards Bay) for a full day of fun and fundraising, featuring activities for a whole family including raffles, prizes, BBQ, games, a balloon man, moon bounces, face painting, yank of war, bean bag toss, live low-pitched party from South Shore Rave and Mike Dumas The Satellite Band and a scenic 7-mile transport along a Canal.
The Foundations urges folks to start party pledges to assistance patients and their families vital with Lou Gehrig’s disease. Forms are accessible during alsfamily.org. If we would like to attend though are incompetent to accumulate pledges, a open is acquire to join in a festivities for a $10 concession per person. This eventuality is sleet or shine, registration is during 10 a.m. and a Walk starts during 11 a.m.
Proceeds advantage investigate efforts as good as a many in-house studious programs of a ALS Family Charitable Foundation. For some-more information on a Foundation, a Cliff Walk or to download oath sheets, call 508-759-9696 or revisit alsfamily.org.
BC High admissions fair
BOSTON – Boston College High School will horde a center propagandize and high propagandize admissions satisfactory from noon to 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 13, during a school, located during 150 Morrissey Blvd. in Boston. With some-more than 30 schools represented, relatives and students can try academics, athletics, humanities and extracurriculars all underneath one roof. Visit www.bchigh.edu/schoolfair for sum and to register, or call 617-474-5010.
Plymouth Rotary Club raffle
PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Rotary Club is holding a raffle to advantage a organization’s use projects. The raffle is being reason as partial of Plymouth Rotary’s 75th anniversary. Over a past 75 years, Plymouth Rotary has lifted millions of dollars for a advantage of village nonprofits. By purchasing a raffle piece from a Plymouth Rotary Club, we could put some additional income in your slot and assistance a community, too.
Buy one piece for $10 or 3 tickets for $20. First esteem is $1,000, second esteem is $500 and third esteem is $250. The sketch will be Sept. 14. All income lifted over and above a income prizes will go toward Plymouth Rotary Club village projects and extend requests via a year. Tickets can be purchased from any member of a Plymouth Rotary or by job Andrew Carter during 774-454-7165.
KINGSTON – The Plymouth Area Coalition has perceived appropriation to yield RAD (Rape Aggression Defense) self-defense classes to women in a community. The initial turn of classes will start Sept. 15 and take place from 5 to 9 p.m. any Tuesday by Oct. 13. Classes will be reason during a Reed Community Building, 33A Summer St., Kingston. Instructors Lt. Robert Wells and Sgt. Susan Munford, of a Kingston Police Department, will control a training.
Women of high propagandize age and comparison are authorised to apply. Applicants underneath 18 will need parental agree if their concentration is chosen. There are a singular array of slots available, however, all applications will be considered. Download an concentration from www.plymouthareacoalition.org or call 781-582-2010 to ask one. See www.rad-systems.com for some-more information.
DUXBURY – Westwinds Bookshop and a Village during Duxbury have partnered to unite a literary luncheon array and will horde Hank Phillippi Ryan during noon Tuesday, Sept. 15, during a Village during Duxbury, 290 Kingstown Way, Duxbury.
The eventuality includes a light lunch with libation use as good as an author display and book signing. There is no cost for a event; however, reservations are required. To haven your seat, call a Village during Duxbury during 781-585-2334.
Ryan is a inquisitive contributor for Boston’s NBC affiliate. She’s won 33 Emmys, 13 Edward R. Murrow awards and dozens of other honors for her journalism. She is a bestselling author of 7 poser novels. Her subsequent crime novella novel, “What You See,” will be expelled Oct. 20. To learn more, revisit www.hankphillippiryan.com.
Evening Garden Club meeting
PLYMOUTH – The subsequent assembly of a Evening Garden Club of Plymouth will be during 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 16, during a club’s new assembly place, a Plymouth Center for a Arts, located during 11 North St. The module for a dusk will be “Irish Gardens” presented by Karin Stanley. She is an Irish-born artist, sculptor and garden designer.
Guests are acquire for a $5 fee. To find out some-more about a club, revisit http://gcfm.org/plymoutheveninggardenclub/Home.aspx. For information on fasten a club, hit Eve during 508-746-2087.
Walk to End Alzheimer’s
PLYMOUTH – The 2015 South Shore Walk to End Alzheimer’s is set for Saturday, Sept. 19, during Pilgrim Memorial State Park in Plymouth.
Beginning during 8:30 a.m., a South Shore Walk is co-chaired by Julie Johnson of Marshfield and Sandra Smith from Plymouth. Johnson is owners of Custom Home Designs and Smith is a Realtor during RE/MAX Spectrum. Highlights for a Walk embody giveaway refreshments, children’s activities, a eventuality to bond with internal use providers and a eventuality to learn some-more about a services a Alzheimer’s Association provides.
More than 5 million people in a U.S. have Alzheimer’s. It is a sixth heading means of death. While age is a biggest risk factor, it can start in those as immature as 40, according to a Alzheimer’s Association. Walk to End Alzheimer’s is a nation’s largest eventuality to lift recognition and supports for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. For some-more information or to proffer or attend in a Walk, call 800-272-3900 or revisit www.alzwalkMANH.org.
Etsy Artisan Market
PLYMOUTH – The Etsy Artisan Market will take place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 19, during a Village Green during The Pinehills, featuring a work of internal and informal artists. The giveaway marketplace will showcase handmade products for sale from some-more than 25 artists. Patrons can revisit a Summerhouse Welcome Center for information on The Pinehills and to debate some-more than 10 indication homes that are open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. For some-more information, hit The Pinehills during 508-209-2000 or revisit www.pinehills.com.You can also revisit www.facebook.com/thepinehills and on Twitter @thepinehills.
Hingham Jazz Festival
HINGHAM – South Shore Conservatory will benefaction a two-day Hingham Jazz Festival Sept. 19-20 in a Jane Carr Amphitheater during 1 Conservatory Drive in Hingham. Performances start during 5 p.m. Saturday and during 11 a.m. Sunday.
Tickets are accessible during www.sscmusic.org/hingham-jazz-festival.html or by job 781-749-7565, ext. 20. Tickets for Saturday are $40/adults. Sunday Jazz Brunch (11 a.m.) is $15 per chairman and Sunday music-only is $25. SSC students might attend any Saturday or Sunday concert, with difference of a brunch, for free. Non-SSC students might squeeze a Saturday/Sunday, music-only piece for $10. For module details, revisit www.sscmusic.org or follow on Facebook.
Giga golf tournament
PLYMOUTH – The American Legion will reason a second annual Giga golf competition during 8 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 20, during Southers Marsh Golf Club in Plymouth. Registration is during 7 a.m. and shotgun start during 8 a.m. There will be lots of raffles. All deduction from a tourney will go to a extend in Gary (“Giga”) J. Lynch’s name for a college tyro that is a member of a American Legion. The cost is $100 per person. Make check payable to American Legion Post #40 and mail by Sept. 16 to Beth Lynch, P.O. Box 1564, Plymouth, MA 02362. Call a Post during 508-746-0009 for details.
Auditions for ‘A Christmas Carol’
BROCKTON – Auditions for “A Christmas Carol” will be reason during 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 20, during Massasoit Community College, 1 Massasoit Blvd., Brockton. The play is formed on a novel by Charles Dickens, blending for a theatre and destined by Jennifer Spagone and Nathan Fogg, with low-pitched instruction by Eli Bigelow.
Prepare 16 bars of a customary Christmas carol. No cocktail songs. Take piece song in correct key. Accompanist will be provided. People might be asked to stay and read. Callbacks if indispensable will be during 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 22. Show dates will be during 8 p.m. Nov. 28 and Dec. 5, 11 and 12; and during 3 p.m. Nov. 29, Dec. 6 and 13; and dual performances Dec. 4. For some-more information, revisit www.massasoit.mass.edu/buckley/shows.cfm or call 508-588-9100, ext. 1982.
Chamber golf tournament
PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Area Chamber of Commerce Fall Classic golf competition will be reason Monday, Sept. 21, during Crosswinds Golf Club, located during 424 Long Pond Road. Registration will be during 11:30 a.m., with a boxed-lunch during noon, a shotgun start during 1:15 p.m. and cooking during 6 p.m. The cost is $125 per player, $450 per foursome, $25 for cooking usually and $350 for a list of 8 for cooking only. Per actor and foursome price includes entrance into all contests, 18 holes of golf, a cart, operation balls, a boxed lunch, cooking and prizes. Sponsorship opportunities are available. Call 508-830-1620 or revisit www.plymouthchamber.com for details.
Success Readiness Seminar Series
PLYMOUTH – Heidrea for Heroes, a 501c3 nonprofit classification dedicated to providing resources and support to troops group and women confronting hurdles after transitioning behind to municipal life, will launch a new Success Readiness Seminar Series with a kickoff convention Tuesday, Sept. 22, on “How to Maximize a Impact of Your Interview.”
This initial convention is partial of a array offering to veterans by Heidrea for Heroes, in partnership with Massasoit Community College, and saved in partial by a $5,000 extend from Bristol County Savings Bank. Each module will concentration on a specific subject to assist in workforce willingness and life skills growth designed with a veteran’s viewpoint in mind. Massasoit Community College instructors and other attention experts will lead a programs.
The seminars are giveaway to veterans and will stagger between a college’s categorical campus in Brockton, and a satellite classroom in Plymouth. This initial seminar, “How to Maximize a Impact of Your Interview” will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. Sept. 22 during 71 Obery St. in Plymouth.
Participants will take divided new knowledge, profitable collection and a intercourse of a network of veterans who are experiencing identical challenges. The seminar will learn attendees techniques and strategies to assistance veterans ace their talk and best precedence their troops knowledge for a position they are seeking.
For some-more information or to register for a Success Readiness Seminar Series, revisit www.heidrea4heroes.org/seminars or call 774-773-3951. Veterans can register for as many seminars as preferred in a tumble schedule.
Cub Scout Pack 1620 signups
PLYMOUTH – Cub Scout Pack 1620 of South Plymouth is carrying a signup night for all boys in grades 1-5 meddlesome in fasten Cub Scouts. Register between 7 and 8 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 23, in a South Elementary School cafeteria. For some-more information, email pack1620plymouth.gmail.com.
Class of 1954 reunion
PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth High School Class of 1954 will reason a 61st reunion from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 26, during a Plymouth Country Club on Warren Avenue. A finish cooking will be served, including coffee or tea and dessert, during $30 per person. Detailed information was sent out in early June. If we are a member of a category and did not accept a mailing or any notification, call Ann Tosi during 508-746-0722 or email email@example.com for sum or with questions.
Hopefest during Alden Park
PLYMOUTH – The Jordan Hospital Club will horde a second annual Hopefest during 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 26, during Alden Park grill during Colony Place in Plymouth to lift supports and recognition about a need for integrated behavioral and piece abuse caring in a community. Hopefest will embody light fare, cocktails, music, and a wordless auction. Tickets are $65 any and all deduction lifted will advantage a BID-Plymouth Integrated Care Initiative.
The Jordan Hospital Club is ancillary a Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Plymouth Integrated Care Initiative. Throughout a region, communities are struggling with a piece abuse widespread that threatens a lives of people and weakens a fabric of families and communities. The BID-Plymouth Integrated Care Initiative will move together medical providers and internal behavioral health programs in a concurrent indication of caring to improved support those struggling with medical, behavioral health and piece abuse needs.
To learn some-more about Hopefest and to squeeze tickets, go to www.jhclub.org.
Family Arts Festival
HINGHAM – South Shore Conservatory will horde a giveaway Family Arts Festival from noon to 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 27, during a Hingham campus, located during 1 Conservatory Drive. Open to a public, this eventuality welcomes area families to spend time together exploring music, dance, play and instruments.
The Family Arts Festival kicks off with an interactive family unison with music, play and transformation followed by an open residence introducing a Conservatory’s many early childhood SSCreativeseeds programs. After a concert, children ages 3 to 10 are speedy to use their “Arts Passport” to transport by a accumulation of fun activities.
Admission to all activities is free. Families are acquire to debate a facilities, accommodate expertise and staff and learn some-more about a extended operation of programs offering for children of all ages and abilities. Families who attend are entered in a sketch to accept a $50 benefaction certificate toward any SSCreativeseeds program. For some-more information, contact, Early Childhood Program Coordinator Jana Kahn during 781-749-7565, ext. 33, revisit www.sscmusic.org, or follow South Shore Conservatory on Facebook.
Poetry: The Art of Words
PLYMOUTH – Poetry: The Art of Words, a Mike Amado Memorial Series, is reason during a Plymouth Center for a Arts, during 11 North St. Doors open during 11:30 a.m., a song starts during noon, followed by communication during 12:45 and an open mike during 1:15. Admission and refreshments are free. For details, revisit www.ptaow.com. This module is upheld in partial by a extend from a Plymouth Cultural Council.
Sept. 27: (1 p.m., in and with a Juried Arts Show) 10th Poetry Showcase with Elizabeth Hanson, Philip Hasouris, Robert Knox, Moira Linehan, Mary Pinard and Rich Wiley
Oct. 18: Tomas O’Leary and Ellen Jane Powers
Nov. 15: Nicole Terez Dutton and Michael Lynch
Dec. 13: Daniel Bouchard and Chris Warner