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May 2, 2015 - garden totes

PLYMOUTH – Visit a “Burst Into Spring” qualification fair, hosted by a Great Island Artisans Guild, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 9, during a Great Island Overlook Clubhouse in The Pinehills. The satisfactory will underline a work of gifted artisans from The Pinehills village and beyond, including strange oil and watercolor paintings, prints, photography, nod cards, American Girl distance doll beds and doll bedding, handbags, sea potion jewelry, woodworking, musical painting, handmade soaps, wooden and pressed toys, quilts and totes. This is an indoor qualification show, so it will be reason sleet or shine. Two giveaway $25 benefaction certificates will be given divided any hour to be used during any counter during a qualification show.

Plymouth County Sheriff’s Spring Farm Festival

PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth County Sheriff’s Department will flog off a Spring Farm Festival this year from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, May 9, with an array of flowers, plants and herbs. The annual eventuality is being reason during a Plymouth County Sheriff’s Farm and Horticultural Center, that is located on Obery Street, off Exit 5 on Route 3, nearby a justice house.

Included in this year’s festivities will be a proof from a Sheriff’s Department K-9 section during noon, an eventuality to perspective a special law coercion vehicles and full opening to a petting zoo. The initial 500 visitors will accept a giveaway T-shirt and, while haven last, kids can make a craft.

In addition, information will be accessible on a Second Chances program; a partnership between a Sheriff’s Department, a Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation, Suffolk Downs and a Fields Family Foundation. A deputy will be on palm to explain how a open has an eventuality to adopt these animals that have late from racing and now call a plantation their home.

The plantation mount and greenhouses have some-more than 75,000 plants, potted flowers and spices prepared and accessible for your garden or patio. If we are looking for a ideal basil for your pesto, packet leaves for a mojito or rosemary for your duck dish, demeanour no further. Farm staff will also be accessible to assistance area gardeners with tips on what varieties would work best for their specific needs.

All plant sale deduction account invalid remedial programs during a Plymouth County Correctional Facility. The horticultural core is open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 7 days a week during a flourishing season.

 

Police Services Day during library

PLYMOUTH – The fourth annual Police Services Day will be reason from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 9, during a Plymouth Public Library, located during 132 South St.

Outside in a library’s parking lot, accommodate and hail officers from all of a Plymouth Police Department units, including a motorcycle unit, a bicycle unit, a mounted section and a sea unit. Get your fingerprints accessible and don’t skip a K-9 and motorcycle demonstrations. Learn about all a ways a PPD keeps a village safe. This eventuality is giveaway and no registration is necessary. There will also be giveaway refreshments. For some-more information, call a Youth Services Department during 508-830-4250 or revisit a library’s website during www.plymouthpubliclibrary.org.

 

Second Saturday Divorce Workshop

PLYMOUTH – The subsequent Second Saturday Divorce Workshop will be gift from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, May 9, during a Plymouth Public Library, located during 132 South St. If we are a lady deliberation divorce or in a early stages of divorce, we can attend this three-hour convention designed to assistance we take a subsequent step. For some-more information or to preregister, call Robin Lovely during 508-243-7866.

The convention is taught by a family law attorney, a financial maestro and a therapist and will yield we with believe and resources that we need to inform, ready and strengthen we and your family. The cost to attend is $25 per chairman during a door.

The Second Saturday Divorce Workshop module was founded in 1989 by a nonprofit WIFE.org (the Women’s Institute for Financial Education). Second Saturday has helped thousands of people navigate a divorce process, and has lifted hundreds of thousands of dollars in scholarships and programs to assistance women turn financially independent. For some-more information, revisit www.SecondSaturday.com. This convention will be gift a second Saturday of any month during a Plymouth Public Library. Upcoming date is Jun 13.

 

Joe Bethune commemorative motorcycle run

PLYMOUTH – Motorcycle riders from via Massachusetts will accumulate in Plymouth Saturday, May 9, to float in memory of Naval Petty Officer (and Moose member) Joe Bethune, of Plymouth. Up to 80 motorcycles, riders and support vehicles are approaching to participate.

Registration for riders will start during noon during a Plymouth Moose Lodge, located during 601 State Road. Motorcycles will skip from a Lodge during 1 p.m., returning during approximately 4 p.m. for a grill cooking with all a fixings to be served during 6 p.m. The Brian Bethune Band and Shattered will yield live music. Enjoy raffles, doorway prizes and lots of dancing. A $20 concession per chairman will be collected for a run/dinner/bands and will go directly to a Joe Bethune Scholarship Fund. After dim cost (not including dinner) is $10.

This eventuality is sponsored by a Plymouth Moose Lodge and by a Massachusetts Moose on Bikes, a section of Moose International. The eventuality raises supports for a grant that is awarded any year to a Plymouth South High School comparison who is meddlesome in Bethune’s passions: music, motorcycles and a sea. Call a Lodge during 508-224-2276 or email kfountain@csaw.com for details.

 

Fundraiser during Elks Lodge

PLYMOUTH – Belly Dance for a Cure, an eventuality to advantage a Avon Walk for Breast Cancer, will be reason during 7 p.m. Saturday, May 9, during a Plymouth Elks Lodge, located during 52 Long Pond Road. There will be a live swell dance uncover and wordless auction. Tickets are $15 in allege or $20 during a door, if available. Call Lisa during 774-454-7533 for tickets or to donate.

 

Comedy Night fundraiser

KINGSTON – The Plymouth Area Coalition will horde a Comedy Night fundraiser featuring Christine Hurley and John Turco during 7 p.m. Saturday, May 9, during a Knights of Columbus, located during 91 South St. in Kingston. All deduction advantage a Coalition and a idea to yield food, preserve and other simple needs to low-income families in a community. Tickets are $35 any or $25 any for dual or more. Call 781-582-2010 or send email to Ariel Martinez during amartinez@plymouthareacoalition.org.

 

Community use endowment nominations

BOSTON – AARP is usurpation nominations for a 2015 Massachusetts Andrus Award for Community Service, that honors a Massachusetts proprietor or integrate age 50+ who are pity their experience, talent and skills to heighten a lives of their village members.

Nominations will be evaluated by a preference cabinet convened by AARP Massachusetts formed on how a volunteer’s work has softened a community, upheld AARP’s prophesy and idea and desirous other volunteers. The endowment target will be announced in early tumble and he or she will accept a $1,500 concession to a benefaction of their choice.

AARP Massachusetts Andrus Award for Community Service nominees contingency accommodate a following eligibility requirements:

Nominee contingency be 50 or older.

The achievements, accomplishments or use on that a assignment is formed contingency have been achieved on a proffer basis, though pay.

The achievements, accomplishments or use on that a assignment is formed contingency simulate AARP’s prophesy and mission.

Couples or partners who perform use together are also eligible; however, teams are not eligible.

This is not a post-mortem award.

Contact Lisa Masters during 617-305-0564 or lmasters@aarp.org for serve information and a assignment form. The focus deadline is Jun 2. Visit www.aarp.org/andrusaward for details.

 

Veterans module during The Nook

PLYMOUTH – HopeHealth will horde a special module for veterans patrician “Caring for Veterans Experiencing a Impact of Serious Illness,” from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Monday, May 11, during The Nook, Plymouth’s COA Senior Center located during 44 Nook Road. A continental breakfast will be served. All are acquire to attend and there is no charge. Space is singular and preregistration is suggested. To register, revisit HopeHealthCo.org/CaringforVets, email Info@HopeHealthCo.org or call 774-487-3667.

The display is formed on a beliefs of a We Honor Veterans (WHV) program, a partnership between a National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization and a Veterans Administration that provides veterans with comfort and support during a finish of life.

Knowing options for caring when we have a critical illness is as critical as carrying a will. Veterans, generally those who have seen combat, mostly have factors that forestall them from seeking a support they need. This display will yield a latest information per on romantic issues and village resources; comfort, intercourse and support; and how veterans and their families can pull on assistance from a village to knowledge a best probable peculiarity of life.

Presenters from HopeHealth embody Ellen McCabe, RN, CHPN, executive of maestro education; Ann Geagan, MSW, LICSW, executive of bereavement’ Melissa Weidman, executive of village family and outreach; and Steve Morrissey, maestro volunteer. This display is presented in partnership with a Plymouth Veterans Services Office, a Plymouth Senior Center and Old Colony Elder Services.

 

Fundraiser during New World Tavern

PLYMOUTH – All are acquire to a advantage fundraiser during 6 p.m. Monday, May 11, during New World Tavern, located during 56 Main St. Rick O’Neal, a musician and song teacher, grew adult in Plymouth and graduated from Plymouth South High School. Last Oct during a age of 41 he suffered a vast idiopathic stroke. Friends and family have orderly this fundraiser to assistance him and his wife, Emma, with medical costs, including continued earthy and occupational therapy. Musicians scheduled to play embody Delta Generators, ONeal Armstrong, Charlie Farren, Jim Libby Band and Evan Goodrow. There will be music, food and raffles. Tickets can be purchased during www.deltagenerators.com. If we can't attend a uncover and wish to donate, revisit a site during www.youcaring.com/medical-fundraiser/help-rick-o-neal-and-emma-recover-from-his-massive-stroke-/315298.

 

Free comparison authorised formulation workshop

PLYMOUTH – A giveaway comparison authorised formulation convention will be reason during 2 p.m. Tuesday, May 12, and again during 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 13, during Attorney Jonathan Graham’s office, located during 115 Court St., Suite 1. Light refreshments will be served.

Senior formulation is formidable and changing. In sequence to make sensitive decisions, seniors contingency be wakeful of issues such as wills, nursing home planning, trusts and new probate law changes. By attending this giveaway workshop, we will learn a lot about a obstacles we could face when creation such decisions. Atty. Graham will yield information that will keep we and your family in control as good as revoke costs.

The authorised routine will be simplified by Graham, who is a vanguard of preparation for a National Institute of Certified Estate Planners. This is a giveaway seminar, though registration is required. Call 508-830-1120, ext. 16, and pronounce with Christine DelloRusso to haven your spot.

 

Plymouth Garden Club meeting

PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Garden Club will accommodate during 1 p.m. Wednesday, May 13, during a Chiltonville Church, located during 6 River St. The amicable party starts during 12:30 p.m. The module for a assembly will be “The Plant Doctor, Dr. Paul Steen,” who will diagnose your plant aliments and treatment. Take in your ill plant to be diagnosed. Horticulture: Take a single, labeled citation from your garden to a meeting. The annual impost and luncheon price are due, so take your checkbook.

The annual Plant, Bake, Attic Treasure and Boutique Sale will be reason from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, May 16, during a Chiltonville Church. Members should broach their plants and sale equipment from 3 to 5 p.m. May 15.

The Plymouth Garden Club customarily meets once a month during a Chiltonville Church in Plymouth. At benefaction a membership is during a extent and destiny field will be put on a wait list. Guests are acquire to meetings for a $3 fee. For some-more information, revisit www.plymouthgardenclub.org. The Plymouth Garden Club is a member of a National Garden Clubs Inc. and The Garden Federation of MA Inc., Southeastern District.

 

Better Breathers Club

PLYMOUTH – The Better Breathers Club, a support organisation for people with ongoing lung disease, will accommodate during 1 p.m. Wednesday, May 13, in a Boynton Conference Room during BID-Plymouth, located during 275 Sandwich St. The subject will be “Using Oxygen and Respiratory Equipment.” Oxygen smoothness systems will be accessible for observation and discussing. Admission is giveaway and registration is not required. Light refreshments will be served. For some-more information, call 508-830-2567.

 

Manomet Knitters

MANOMET – The Manomet Knitters will accommodate from 1 to 3 p.m. Wednesday, May 13, during a Manomet Branch Library, located during 12 Strand Ave. This organisation is open and giveaway to all who are meddlesome in needlework or crocheting. Hang out, work on projects or plead in a infrequent environment. For some-more information, email Frances during fbrigandi@comcast.net. Upcoming date: May 27.

 

Sailing bar social

PLYMOUTH – The Landfall Sailing Club invites all gifted singular sailors to a amicable from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, May 13, during Mamma Mia’s Restaurant, located during 122 Water St. A brief display will prominence a club’s purpose and year-round adventures. The assembly will be reason on a second floor. Food will be accessible for squeeze and there will be a income bar. RSVP to Don during 508-746-4730. Details are accessible during landfallsailingclub.org.

 

‘Pirates Ashore!’

PLYMOUTH – The New Plimmoth Gard and a Plymouth Historical Alliance will benefaction “Pirates Ashore! Plymouth 1646” from May 14 by 17 in downtown Plymouth. This will be a costumed reenactment of a revisit of 3 bandit ships to Plymouth in May of 1646 as minute in William Bradford’s “Of Plymouth Plantation.”

The pirates valid to be English privateers, usually behind from capturing dual Spanish ships in a Caribbean and brimful with cargoes and cash. The pirates were welcomed to Plymouth and stayed about a month, spending freely, drinking, fighting and removing arrested. One quarrel resulted in a genocide of a soldier and a hearing of a bandit captain for murder. In a finish a captain was clear and peace restored.

Joining in a fun will be dual bandit re-enactor groups, a Free Men of a Sea and a Crew of a Mermayde.

This will be a full weekend of events in downtown Plymouth, including a harangue during Pilgrim Hall, “Caribbean Buccaneers in Early Plymouth,” presented by Stephen O’Neil, curator, during 7 p.m. Thursday; a attainment of a pirates aboard a shallop (launch) during a State Pier, where they will be met by a Plimmoth Gard, found to be English and welcomed to a town, during 10 a.m. Saturday; and a bandit and Pilgrim outpost during a Mayflower Society House Friday by Sunday. Stop by, accommodate pirates and Pilgrims and find out how they got along (and mostly didn’t).

Skits reenacting a unruly pirates, demure Pilgrim hosts, a quarrel deadly between a bandit captain and his soldier and a indirect trial, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.

 

Heidi Mayo students art exhibit

PLYMOUTH – Heidi Mayo and her students during a Top of a World Studio Gallery will benefaction their seventh annual art vaunt during a new venue this year, Bramhall’s Country Store, located during 2 Sandwich Road in Chiltonville. The uncover includes a work of some-more than 20 immature artists from Plymouth, Kingston and Duxbury.

An opening accepting will be reason from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, May 15. Admission is giveaway and all are welcome. There will be a wordless auction of horseshoe crab art donated by students to advantage a Ecological Research and Development Group (ERDG). The group’s idea is to assistance stabilise a world’s horseshoe crab populations and foster recognition about a value of this “living fossil” to humanity. To learn some-more about because horseshoe crabs are so critical to us, revisit ERDG’s site during www.horseshoecrab.org.

The art vaunt will run from noon to 6 p.m. during a store’s unchanging store hours, by Jun 14. You can perspective students’ work on a Top of a World Studio Gallery Facebook page and Mayo’s work during www.heidimayo.com and in a Russell Gallery during a Plymouth Center for a Arts on North Street. For some-more information, call 508-747-5467.

 

Duxbury Music Festival

DUXBURY – South Shore Conservatory’s Duxbury Music Festival (DMF) will launch a 10th anniversary jubilee with a special kick-off weekend May 15-18, featuring dual preview concerts, a proffer formulation assembly and a private reception.

The Festival’s celebratory season, to be reason Jul 17-31, will be one of nauseating renewal, featuring initial expertise members, Russian pianist Oxana Yablonskaya and Russian conductor/cellist Dmitry Yablonsky.

A preview unison will be reason during 6 p.m. May 15 during Boston Financial Management, One Winthrop Square in Boston; and during 4 p.m. May 17 during a Henri-Marie in Mirbeau Inn and Spa in The Pinehills in Plymouth. A proffer assembly will be reason during 9:30 a.m. May 18 during a private home in Duxbury. For some-more information and to squeeze tickets, call 781-749-7565, ext. 19, or revisit www.duxburymusicfestival.org.

 

Comedy uncover during Studio G

PLYMOUTH – Loretta LaRoche Productions will benefaction “He Said, She Said,” a comedic conflict of a sexes, during 8 p.m. Friday, May 15, during Studio G in The Grove during Plymouth, located during 50 Shops during 5 Way. The horde is Jody Sloane and a comics will be Chris Zito and Jessica Casciano. The assign is $25, with deduction to advantage Plymouth Public Schools Alumni Association. Order tickets online during www.brownpapertickets.com/event/1433193 or call Loretta LaRoche Productions Box Office during 800-838-8006. See www.LLPpresents.com for some-more information.

 

Jenney Museum open for season

PLYMOUTH – The Jenney Museum, located during 48 Summer St., non-stop for a deteriorate Apr 6. Visitors are acquire from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday by Saturday. The museum offers rotating exhibits of a Pilgrim story, a grist indent and a cranberry attention as good as walking tours. For details, revisit www.jenneymuseum.org or call 508-747-4544.

 

Plant/bake/treasures sale

PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Garden Club’s annual plant, bake, boutique and integument treasures sale will be reason from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, May 16, during a Chiltonville Church, located during 6 River St., sleet or shine. Hardy perennials, annuals and unfeeling seedlings will be for sale, along with domestic equipment during a boutique table. Free admission. All deduction advantage a grant account and county projects.

 

Household dangerous rubbish collections

South Shore Recycling Cooperative member towns will horde domicile dangerous rubbish collections this spring. Residents might attend their possess or their horde town’s eventuality during no charge.

Collections are scheduled from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. as follows.

May 16: Hingham, Plymouth River School, 200 High St.

June 6: Hanson, Plymouth County Hospital, 252 High St.

June 13: Scituate/Cohasset, Scituate Highway Dept., 68 Capt. Pierce Road

Residents of those towns and of member towns Abington, Middleborough, Norwell, Rockland, Weymouth and Whitman might attend other member towns’ collections during their hometown’s expense. To do so, obtain and take a sealed authorisation form from your town’s obliged dialect (DPW, Environmental Management or Board of Health). Some towns might extent subsidized quantities to 15 gallons or 30 pounds.

Residents from any city though an authorisation form might attend for a price of $45 per 15 gallons or 30 pounds of waste. Commercial generators should call forward (617-852-3086) to arrange ordering and remuneration by check.

To see if your paint qualifies for recycling, and for hours of operation, go to ssrcoop.info and click on “Latex Paint” or call 781-545-1272. PSC Environmental will control a collections. For some-more information, call a South Shore Recycling Cooperative during 781-329-8318, or go to ssrcoop.info and click on “Hazardous Waste.”

 

Angelman syndrome fundraising walk

PLYMOUTH – The Angelman Syndrome Foundation invites internal village members, businesses and organizations to attend in a annual travel and lift supports to urge a peculiarity of life for people with Angelman syndrome.

The travel will be reason during 10 a.m. Saturday, May 16, during Nelson Park, located during a finish of Nelson Street in Plymouth. There will be a DJ, internal mascots, face painting, pizza, a raffle, prizes and a universe record hilt with a pretension for world’s largest giveaway floating soap burble (outdoors). Have a good day and lift supports for a good cause.

For some-more information about a travel in Plymouth or about a ASF, email Michael Cecere during Michael.Cecere@Bnymellon.com or Peter SanGiovanni during PeterSG45@yahoo.com.

 

‘Love, Laughter and Lasagna’ show

PLYMOUTH – Enjoy “Love, Laughter and Lasagna” with Loretta LaRoche and Chef Ray Alongi from 6 to 10 p.m. Saturday, May 16, during Studio G in The Grove during Plymouth, located during 50 Shops during 5 Way. The cost is $59 allege squeeze and $69 during a door. Purchase tickets during www.LLPpresents.com or call 800-838-3006.

 

HopeHealth Walk for Alzheimer’s

BOURNE – The 2015 HopeHealth Walk for Alzheimer’s will take place Sunday, May 17, during a Cape Cod Canal Buzzards Bay Park. Registration starts during 9 a.m. with a travel starting during 10 a.m. The travel provides appropriation for essential services for those vital with Alzheimer’s illness and their caregivers, medical professionals and village agencies. These services embody assessment, particular and organisation counseling, education, telephonic support, remit caring and many more. You can pointer adult currently during HopeHealthCo.org/walk. Call 508-957-0254 or email Walk@HopeHealthCo.org if we have questions.

 

Golf contest fundraiser

CARVER – The United Parish of Carver will unite a 15th annual golf contest fundraiser with a shotgun tee-off during 1 p.m. Sunday, May 17, during a Squirrel Run Country Club, located during 32 Elderberry Drive in Plymouth. The cost is $75 per chairman and includes immature fees, cart, plate and prizes. This is a hasten shotgun format. To register or for some-more information, call a church bureau during 508-866-4493.

 

Plymouth Phil concert

PLYMOUTH – The Arc of Greater Plymouth will benefaction a unison with a Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra, led by Conductor Steven Karidoyanes, and “America’s Got Talent” finalist, The Sons of Serendip, from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday, May 17, during Memorial Hall, 83 Court St., Plymouth. Tickets are $30 and $45 and might be purchased during plymouthphil.org or by job 508-746-8008. For sponsorship opportunities, call Susan O’Neal during 508-732-9292, ext. 26, or send email to susano@thearcofgp.org.

 

Persephone’s Daughters concert

PLYMOUTH – Persephone’s Daughters, a Plymouth-based women’s chorus, will perform a open concert, “Dream Keepers,” during 3 p.m. Sunday, May 17, during First Parish Church, located during 19 Town Square. This unison is all about a dreams and a concept rainbows of hope. Director Lynne Wilkinson has comparison a songs and organised them in a dream party format: daydreams and reveries; auspicious dreams; producer dreams; and dreams of theatre and screen.

The unison will embody standards like “Dream When You’re Feeling Blue,” and “Mr. Sandman,” and some-more contemporary songs like a Dixie Chicks’ “Wide Open Spaces,” Billy Joel’s “Lullabye,” and Eddie From Ohio’s “Hey Little Man.” A contingent of poems by Langston Hughes, set to song by 3 opposite composers, will also be performed. Theater lovers will quite conclude “I Dreamed a Dream,” “A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes” and “Look to a Rainbow.” And, of course, “Somewhere Over a Rainbow” will be featured with settings by a late Eva Cassidy and Israel Kamakawino’ole.

As is Persephone’s Daughters’ signature, absolute readings of works by authors such as Maya Angelou and Langston Hughes will punctuate a concert. Concert-goers will be invited to “Dream a Little Dream” and will leave meaningful a answer to a question, “Why are there so many songs about rainbows?”

Tickets are $20; $15 for seniors and students and will be accessible during a Plymouth Guild for a Arts, located during 11 North St., or by job 508-747-0212. They can also be purchased during a door.

 

Chamber song concert

PLYMOUTH – South Shore Conservatory will benefaction “A Trio of Trios from 1816 to 1990,” a special Duxbury Music Festival preview concert, during 4 p.m. Sunday, May 17, during Mirbeau Inn Spa in The Pinehills. The unison is partial of a festival’s 10th anniversary kick-off. A accepting will follow a performance.

 The repertoire includes Franz Schubert’s first-string contingent and a first-piano trios of Sergei Rachmaninoff and Lowell Liebermann. Performers embody Conservatory expertise members and past winners of a Festival’s solo and concerto competitions.

Tickets, during $50 per person, embody a $20 tax-deductible benefaction to a Conservatory. For some-more information and to squeeze tickets, call 781-749-7565, ext. 19, or revisit www.duxburymusicfestival.org.

Mirbeau Inn Spa during a Pinehills is a Festival Resort Partner, gift discounts on camp and sauna services during a Festival, that will be reason Jul 17-30. For some-more information, call Mirbeau Inn Spa during 508-209-2626 or revisit www.mirbeau.com/pinehills-plymouth.

 

SSC open unison in Duxbury

DUXBURY – South Shore Conservatory’s SSC Community Voices and SSC Community Voices Too! will benefaction a open unison during 4 p.m. Sunday, May 17, during South Shore Conservatory’s Ellison Center for a Arts, 64 Saint George St., Duxbury. Both choruses are adult ensembles for people with developmental delays portion a South Shore area.

The repertoire includes “Fiddler on a Roof,” “The Lion Sleeps Tonight,” “Day by Day,” “Can’t Help Falling In Love,” “Singing in a Rain,” “When You Wish Upon a Star,” “Do Re Mi” and “Happy.” The unison is giveaway and open to a public. Audience members are invited to join a carol members for a nominal accepting following a concert.

For some-more information about a choruses, hit Eve Montague, executive of artistic humanities therapies, during 781-934-2731, ext. 20, email e.montague@sscmusic.org or revisit www.sscmusic.org.

 

Plymouth Antiquarian Society golf outing

PLYMOUTH – Support a Plymouth Antiquarian Society with a fun-filled day of golf Monday, May 18, followed by cooking during Southers Marsh Golf Club, during 30 Southers Marsh Lane. Shotgun start during 1 p.m. Play in a group hasten format or particular net/gross competition. Registration price includes greens fees, cart, cooler, goodie bag, prizes, accepting and dinner. Fee is $500 per foursome, $125 particular golfer. Special ignored price if paid by Apr 15 ($440 per foursome, $110 per particular golfer). For some-more information, hit Sean Condon during sean@condonwealth.com or call him during 508-746-7763. See www.plymouthantiquariansociety.org for details.

 

 

Herring Ponds Watershed meeting

CEDARVILLE – Learn about a wildlife, herring run and special environmental characteristics of a Herring Ponds Watershed during a initial ubiquitous assembly this year of a Herring Ponds Watershed Association during 7 p.m. Monday, May 18, during a New Testament Church, located during 1120 Long Pond Road. All are welcome.

Meet other residents with an seductiveness in preserving a healthy beauty, recreational opportunities and H2O peculiarity of a Herring Ponds Watershed and learn some-more about what creates it so special. The speakers will be Lee Pulis and Martha Sheldon, who have finished substantial investigate on a biodiversity of a area and a significance of a herring run, one of a many prolific in southeastern Massachusetts. A slip display of a plant and animal life will also be presented.

CPR course

PLYMOUTH – Health Ed of New England will reason a CPR acceptance march for medical providers from 6 to 10 p.m. Tuesday, May 19, during Plymouth Rehabilitation Health Care Center, located during 123 South St. The cost is $45 per person. This march requires preregistration by Monday, May 18. For some-more information, call 781-582-1440 or 800-434-6000 or revisit www.healthednewengland.com.

 

Evening Garden Club meeting

PLYMOUTH – The Evening Garden Club of Plymouth will accommodate during 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 20, during a John Alden Club, located during 6 Minuteman Lane in Manomet. The module for a assembly will be “Crazy for Coleus,” presented by Deborah Trickett from a Captured Garden.

This is not your grandmother’s coleus. This module will have we looking during coleus in a whole new light. Trickett will also plead ideas, caring and upkeep tips and even share some of her favorites. Guests are acquire for a $5 fee. If meddlesome in fasten a Evening Garden Club, hit Eve Ayling during 508-746-2087 or eveayling@comcast.net. Visit http://gcfm.org/plymoutheveninggardenclub for some-more information.

 

Fund for a Needy Golf Classic

PLYMOUTH – The ninth annual Golf Classic to advantage a Fund for a Needy (FFN) of St. Bonaventure Parish in Manomet will be reason during noon Thursday, May 21, during Waverly Oaks Country Club in Plymouth featuring a day of golf and post-tournament festivities, including a helicopter ball-drop, cooking and a wordless auction.

The Golf Classic is a usually fundraising eventuality for a FFN. For some-more than 30 years, a cabinet has gift to financially struggling residents in Manomet and South Plymouth assistance with food, rent, heating, electricity and other obligatory needs. One hundred percent of a income lifted by this contest supports a efforts of a fund.

Register online during stbonaventureplymouth.org and click on a FFN couple for a Golf Classic. Donations might be done payable to St. Bonaventure FFN and mailed to Fund for a Needy, P.O. Box 996, Manomet, MA 02345.

 

South Shore Locavores

KINGSTON –South Shore Locavores programs are reason from 7 to 9 p.m. a third Thursday of a month during a Kingston Senior Center, during 30 Evergreen St. The South Shore Locavores array is a partnership between a Kingston Public Library and succulent South Shore South Coast magazine. The library provides apparatus lists for any Locavores session. There are always prizes donated by internal vendors. Take a plate to share. There will be time during a mangle and finish of a assembly for munching and mingling. There is also a collection box for nonperishable dishes during any party for concession to a Greater Plymouth Food Distribution Center. A concession adult to $10 will be acquire to assistance cover expenses. Any over-abundance will be used toward library book purchases.

 

Jazz Fest during The Spire

PLYMOUTH – The Spire Center for Performing Arts is presenting a open deteriorate of heterogeneous party during 25 1/2 Court St. The Spire is encumber accessible; parking is accessible travel side and in open lots in tighten proximity. For some-more information, to sequence tickets online or to learn some-more about The Spire, revisit www.spirecenter.org, or follow a Spire Center for Performing Arts on Facebook.

May 22: Jazz Fest, 7 p.m., $30. The Friday dusk lineup of a second annual Plymouth Rock Assurance Jazz Fest includes a Johnny Souza Quintet, a Marshall Wood Quartet featuring Donna Byrne, a Harry Allen Quartet and MC Eric Jackson.

May 23: Jazz Fest, 7 p.m., $30. The Saturday dusk lineup includes Yoron Israel High Standards, Cassandre McKinley and a Paul Broadnax Trio, a Joey Calderazzo Trio and MC Eric Jackson.

May 24: All Star Open Jazz Jam Session, 2 p.m., $10. The Fest concludes Sunday with an Open Jazz Jam with trumpeter/vocalist Johnny Souza as host. Attendees are acquire to perform or listen from a audience. Use of a drum set, piano, drum amp and outspoken microphones is accessible to all performers.

 

Plant and bake sale

MANOMET – Second Church of Plymouth, located during 518 State Road, will horde a annual plant and bake sale from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, May 23. The sale will underline many varieties of plants (perennials, annuals, houseplants, vegetables, fruit) and lots of homemade baked goods. For some-more information, call Donna Barker during 774-269-9859 or Annette Labbe during 508-591-7076.

 

Memorial Day parade

PLYMOUTH – The town’s annual Memorial Day march will arrange downtown during Shirley Square during 9 a.m. Monday, May 25, and step off during 9:30 a.m. The march marshall will be Dale Whitbeck and a speaker will be Roxanne Whitbeck.

The march will ensue north on Route 3A and stop initial during a Korean and Vietnam Memorial on a 1820 Courthouse Green for a wreath-laying ceremony. The march will afterwards ensue to Memorial Hall for a spray laying rite during a World War II Memorial and continue on to Samoset Street to Vine Hills/Oak Grove tomb for a spray ceremony. The march will afterwards ensue down Summer Street to a World War we Town Brook Memorial Bridge for another spray ceremony. The march will afterwards continue to a Training Green for a ceremony.

Immediately following a ceremony, members of a veterans organizations and a Bud Band will ensue to a State Pier for a Sea Dedication ceremony.

Participating this year will be respected guests, a Royal Canadian Legionnaires of Georgetown, Ontario.

In a eventuality of severe weather, a rite will take place in Memorial Hall during 10:30 a.m. There will be giveaway parking usually until noon.

If we have any questions, call a Veterans’ Services bureau during 508-747-1620, ext. 172 (Joanne) or ext. 173 (Roxanne).

 

First Time Homebuyer Seminar

PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Redevelopment Authority, sponsored by Santander, will reason another First Time Homebuyer Seminar, May 28, Jun 1 and Jun 11, during Plymouth Town Hall, 11 Lincoln St. Participants will accept a certainty and collection to pursue their idea of homeownership. By attending this convention we will validate and turn approved for MassHousing First-Time Homebuyer Loan Program, including reduce rates and down payments.

The convention consists of 3 dusk eventuality from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, May 28; Monday, Jun 1; and Thursday, Jun 11. A debt banker, genuine estate broker, home inspector, word deputy and counsel will support in presenting materials that will yield participants with present information on a home-buying process.

There is a $45 price (per household) for all 3 nights of this category if paid by May 21. After that a price will be $55. As space is limited, remuneration is compulsory before a classes begin. All participants might select to be pre-qualified by a sponsor, Santander. To preregister, revisit a website during plymouthredevelopment.org or call a Plymouth Redevelopment Authority during 508-747-1620, ext. 147.

 

Office hours for Rep. Muratore

PLYMOUTH – Rep. Mathew Muratore, R-Plymouth, binds bureau hours from 1 to 3 p.m. a final Friday of a month during a Plymouth COA Senior Center, located during 44 Nook Road. All are welcome.

 

Concerts during The Spire

PLYMOUTH – The Spire Center for Performing Arts presents heterogeneous party during 25 1/2 Court St. in downtown Plymouth. The Spire is encumber accessible; parking is accessible travel side and in open lots in tighten proximity. For some-more information, to sequence tickets online or to learn some-more about The Spire, revisit www.spirecenter.org, or follow a Spire Center for Performing Arts on Facebook.

May 29: David Mallett, Maurice Dickson to open, 8 p.m., $25.

May 30: The Dark Side of Grassroot: A Tribute to Pink Floyd, 8 p.m., $20. Presented by Bottom Line Management.

June 5: Steve Smith The Nakeds, Zack Tyler to open, 8 p.m., $15.

June 6: The Doo-Wopp Hall of Fame of America by Harvey Robbins presents a best in concert, including The Tune Weavers, Tony Funches, The Elvis Presley Review with Dana Z, and a Royalty of Rock ‘n Roll All Star Band, 8 p.m., $37.50.

June 25: The Greg Hopkins Jazz Orchestra appears with special guest vocalist Renese King, sponsored by Rockland Trust, 8 p.m., $25.

June 27: Vocal contingent Red Molly (Laurie MacAllister on bass, Abbie Gardner on Dobro and Molly Venter on guitar) with songs from folk roots to bluegrass to honky-tonk. Folk/pop singer-songwriter and fiddler Eva Walsh to open, 8 p.m., $20.

 

Chrissy’s Charity donations

PLYMOUTH – Chrissy’s Charity is beholden to all who have upheld a benefaction by a years. The bazaars are being dangling for a while, though Chrissy’s Charity is forging forward with new ideas. Always needed: old, unwanted, damaged or new jewelry, valuables boxes, rosary beads and Christian medals. Donation drop-offs are Rockland Trust locations in Plymouth and during longtime believer Balboni’s Drug Store in North Plymouth. For some-more information, call Jane during 508-746-6095 or Brenda during 781-585-6095 or email gingerw2@comcast.net or bcretinon@comcast.net.

 

Vendors and crafters for summer festival

PLYMOUTH – Registration is now open for vendors, crafters and food truck/food vendors wishing to attend in a 2015 Downtown Plymouth Waterfront Festival, that will be reason from 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 29. The reservation deadline is Jul 24. Visit www.plymouthwaterfrontfestival.com/vendor-registration.html to request online.

The festival will offer some-more than 280 crafter/vendor counter spaces, some-more than 30 food trucks and food vendors, a Ducky Dash race, Motor Head’s Cruise-In automobile show, a kids fun zone, dual stages of live party and more.

For finish Festival information, revisit www.plymouthwaterfrontfestival.com. For a finish list of sponsorship opportunities hit Bob Nolet during 508-830-1620 or bob@plymouthchamber.com.

 

Household dangerous rubbish collections

South Shore Recycling Cooperative member towns will horde domicile dangerous rubbish collections this spring. Residents might attend their possess or their horde town’s eventuality during no charge.

Collections are scheduled from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. as follows.

June 6: Hanson, Plymouth County Hospital, 252 High St.

June 13: Scituate/Cohasset, Scituate Highway Dept., 68 Capt. Pierce Road

Residents of those towns and of member towns Abington, Middleborough, Norwell, Rockland, Weymouth and Whitman might attend other member towns’ collections during their hometown’s expense. To do so, obtain and take a sealed authorisation form from your town’s obliged dialect (DPW, Environmental Management or Board of Health). Some towns might extent subsidized quantities to 15 gallons or 30 pounds.

Residents from any city though an authorisation form might attend for a price of $45 per 15 gallons or 30 pounds of waste. Commercial generators should call forward (617-852-3086) to arrange ordering and remuneration by check.

To see if your paint qualifies for recycling, and for hours of operation, go to ssrcoop.info and click on “Latex Paint” or call 781-545-1272. PSC Environmental will control a collections. For some-more information, call a South Shore Recycling Cooperative during 781-329-8318, or go to ssrcoop.info and click on “Hazardous Waste.”

 

Relay For Life

PLYMOUTH – The Relay For Life of Greater Plymouth will be reason Saturday and Sunday, Jun 20 and 21, during a new location: Carver Middle School. Last year, some-more than 500 walkers on 46 teams and scarcely 100 cancer survivors lifted some-more than $150,000 for research, diagnosis and programs to assist people and families traffic with cancer. The eventuality covers a towns of Plymouth, Carver, Kingston and Plympton.

For sum about a Relay For Life, hit Event Chairman Jennie Babcock during jbabcock13@comcast.net or 508-254-9320, or go to a internal website during www.relayforlife.org/gtrplymouthma. For information on starting a team, hit Lisa Jensen during lmjensen2762@aol.com or 781-831-4937.

 

Art on a Green during The Pinehills

PLYMOUTH – Art on a Green, a giveaway outside festival, will be reason from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Jun 20, on The Village Green during The Pinehills. The sleet date is Jun 21. Art on a Green is an art vaunt and marketplace featuring some-more than 80 internal and informal artists showcasing their paintings, timber and potion art, photography, sculptures, heterogeneous jewelry, wearable art and more.

The eventuality will also underline live steel drum song and food for squeeze during The Market, Mamma Mia’s, Rye Tavern, Mirbeau Inn Spa and East Bay Grille during The Pinehills Golf Club. Children are invited to revisit a Kids Corner for face painting, art projects and to make a tie for dad. Purchase a $5 white tie to adorn for father in respect of Father’s Day and support The Home for Little Wanderers, Southeast Campus.

All exhibits will be underneath vast tents, so visitors will be shadowy or dry depending on a weather. Patrons can also revisit a Summerhouse Welcome Center for information on The Pinehills and to debate some-more than 10 indication homes that will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Parking for all eventuality attendees will be located during a Beaver Dam Road parking lot. Shuttles to a Village Green will be using via a day.

 

Golf advantage during Southers Marsh

PLYMOUTH – Team Four of a Kind for a Cure will reason a second annual golf contest and cooking Saturday, Jun 27, during Southers Marsh Golf Course in Plymouth. Shotgun start will be during 1 p.m. The opening price is $100 per golfer, that includes 18 holes with cart, cooking (at approximately 5 p.m.) and an awards ceremony. All deduction will go to a Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF). If we have questions, call Jen Hanlon during 774-454-4673 or email hanlonmj@Verizon.net.

 

Acoustic Nights concerts

PLYMOUTH – Brewster Productions has announced a dates for a eighth uninterrupted deteriorate of a Acoustic Nights Summer Concert Series on a Plymouth waterfront. The series, that takes place on a grass of a 1809 Hedge House Museum on Water Street, will underline 5 giveaway concerts showcasing a best in rising folk and acoustic artists.

Each unison starts during 6 p.m. and is giveaway and open to a public. The unison dates are as follows: Jun 27; Jul 11; Aug. 15; Aug. 29; and Sept. 5.

The 2015 artist lineup will underline some-more than 20 artists from nearby and far. Confirmed performers embody Billington Sea (Jake Hill and Hayley Sabella), The Meadows Brothers, Eva Walsh, Clara Berry Wooldog, Ethan Robbins (of Cold Chocolate), Dave Richardson and a partnership with Plymouth Public Schools (to be announced in May).

Since this is a giveaway unison series, Brewster Productions is seeking sponsorship from area businesses to account a unison series. Full information on a unison array can be found during www.brewsterproductions.com/concertseries.

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