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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 arrangement 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.
Plymouth Zen Group celebration
PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Zen Group will applaud a sixth anniversary with a revisit from Zen Master Bon Haeng (Mark Houghton) during 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 16, during 26 North St. in Plymouth, a same time and place as a common Wednesday dusk practice.
The Zen Group is partial of a Kwan Um School of Zen, that has a control church in Cumberland, Rhode Island. The thesis of this year’s anniversary jubilee is “A Calm Mind in a Busy World.” Kwan Haeng Sunim, a comparison priest in a Kwan Um School of Zen, will give an rudimentary dharma talk; Zen Master Bon Haeng will continue a speak by responding to questions from a audience.
Light refreshments will be served after a talk. The eventuality is open to everyone, possibly new to Zen or those with years of practice. There is a suggested $10 donation. Visit a website during www.plymouthzen.com or email email@example.com for some-more information about a Plymouth Zen Group.
Donations for Chrissy’s Charity
PLYMOUTH – Chrissy’s Charity is in good need for concession of rosaries, even damaged equipment that can be prepared and sent to a infantry in Iraq and Afghanistan. They move good comfort to a infantry of any eremite description or even of no famous faith during all in life-threatening situations. The organisation has sent some-more than 600 rosaries to date.
Also indispensable is any form of valuables (even broken), eremite medals, four-ply chronicle for request shawls, and beads for a sanctified faith bracelets given to those confronting good health problems during a internal hospital. Drop off donations are during both Rockland Trust locations, Court Street and Pilgrim Hill Road in Plymouth, and Balboni’s Drug Store on Court Street in North Plymouth. Call or email Jane during 508-746-6095 or firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
‘The Odd Couple’
PLYMOUTH – Priscilla Beach Theatre, located during 800 Rocky Hill Road, will benefaction a Neil Simon comedy, “The Odd Couple,” during 7:30 p.m. Sept. 18-19 and 25-26 and during 2 p.m. Sept. 20. Tickets are sole out for a Sept. 18-20 performances though are on sale for a Sept. 25-26 shows. Tickets are $25, $15 for seniors. Visit www.pbtheatre.org call 508-224-4888.
South Shore Folk Music Club
KINGSTON – The Henry Acker Gypsy Jazz Trio will perform Friday, Sept. 18, during a South Shore Folk Music Club’s coffeehouse and open mic during a Beal House, 222 Main St., Kingston. Musicians Mark Darling and Erin Dale will open during 8 p.m., doors open during 7:30 p.m. Tickets for members are $7; non-members $8; children $4 (new members welcome). The atmosphere is informal, permitted and smoke- and alcohol-free. The venue is encumber accessible. The website is www.ssfmc.org.
Performing humanities programs registration
DUXBURY – South Shore Conservatory announced open registration for a tumble 2015 behaving humanities programs for students of all ages during a Hingham and Duxbury campuses. For information about tumble programs, including schedules, cost and financial aid, revisit www.sscmusic.org, call 781-749-7565 in Hingham or 781-934-2731 in Duxbury, or follow South Shore Conservatory on Facebook.
Walk to End Alzheimer’s
PLYMOUTH – The 2015 South Shore Walk to End Alzheimer’s is set to start during 8:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 19, during Pilgrim Memorial State Park in Plymouth.
The 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.
Free dental services for children
PLYMOUTH – According to a Massachusetts Dental Society, dental spoil is a many common childhood disease, creation it formidable for children to combine and learn in propagandize when they have dental pain. Approximately 51 million propagandize hours are mislaid any year due to dental-related problems.
As a use to a residents of a Greater Plymouth area, a nonprofit Harbor Community Health Center-Plymouth is charity giveaway back-to-school dental cleanings, fluoride treatments, sealants and some-more during a special children’s dental eventuality from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 19, during 10 Cordage Park Circle in Plymouth. Appointments are free, though spots contingency be indifferent in allege by job 617-533-2242 or emailing email@example.com.
Household dangerous rubbish collections
South Shore Recycling Cooperative member towns will horde domicile dangerous rubbish collections this fall. Residents of horde and co-host towns might attend during no charge.
Collections are scheduled from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. as follows.
Sept. 19: Whitman and Abington, during Abington Highway Garage, 225 Central St.
Oct. 3: Plymouth and Middleborough, during Plymouth DPW, 169 Camelot Dr.
Oct. 17: Hanover, Norwell and Rockland, during Hanover Transfer Station, 118 Rockland St.
Oct. 24: Weymouth during DPW, 120 Winter St.
Nov. 7: Hanson, during Plymouth County Hospital, 252 High St.
Residents of those towns, and of member towns Cohasset, Duxbury, Hingham, Kingston and Scituate, might attend collections that their city isn’t hosting/co-hosting during their hometown’s expense. To do so, obtain and take a sealed authorisation form from your town’s obliged dialect (DPW, Health Dept. or Marine/Environment). Some towns might extent subsidized quantities to 25 gallons or 50 pounds.
Residents from any city though an authorisation form might attend for a cost of $24 per 10 gallons or 20 pounds, or $45 per 25 gallons or 50 bruise of waste. Commercial generators, call forward to 617-852-3086 to arrange ordering and payment. Please take a check.
Take: Oil formed paint, stains, automotive fluids, solvents, gasoline, herbicides, pesticides, photography and pool chemicals, acids, bases and toxins in secure, labeled containers.
Do not take: Industrial, pathological and medical waste, hot materials, pressurized gas cylinders or explosives.
Oil formed paint, propane tanks, engine oil, antifreeze, medical sharps, rechargeable batteries and fluorescent lamps are collected frequently by many towns and retailers. Residents should use those services if available. Go to ssrcoop.info, click on “Other Stuff.”
Usable leftover latex paint is supposed by The Paint Exchange LLC of Rockland for a cost of $2 per can. TPE remanufactures it into new paint and infrequently collects during SSRC HHW events. To see if your paint qualifies, if TPE will be during an HHW event, and for hours of operation, go to ssrcoop.info and click on “Latex Paint” or call 339-214-8462. Otherwise, catch potion with cat spawn and dispose in trash.
Stericycle 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.”
Containers permitted for eventuality recycling
If we are formulation an eventuality that will beget recyclable bottles and cans, don’t let them go to waste. The South Shore Recycling Cooperative has dozens of recycling carts and bins permitted for events in a 14 member towns (including Plymouth, Kingston and Duxbury).
The containers are stored during a Marshfield Fairgrounds and during Cohasset Town Hall. The wheeled carts are 35-gallon capacity, labeled “Bottles and Cans,” and have lids with turn cutouts. Liner bags are available. The 18-gallon bins are likewise labeled. To arrange to steal some, hit Claire Galkowski during 781-329-8318, or firstname.lastname@example.org. Borrowers are obliged for pickup and drop-off.
Great Island Artisans qualification fair
PLYMOUTH – A “Fall Festival” qualification satisfactory hosted by a Great Island Artisans Guild will be reason from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 19, during a Great Island Overlook Clubhouse, 149 Great Island Road, featuring a work of gifted artisans from a Pinehills village and beyond. This uncover will embody strange oil and watercolor paintings, prints, photography, nod cards, American Girl distance doll beds (including canopy beds and cradles) and doll bedding, handbags, singular sea potion jewelry, excellent crafted woodworking, low-pitched painting, handmade soaps, timber and pressed toys, quilts and totes. The qualification uncover is reason indoors and will take place sleet or shine. Two giveaway $25 benefaction certificates will be given divided any hour to be used during any counter during a qualification show.
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 spontaneous 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 permitted 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.
Old-fashioned church supper
PLYMOUTH – The open is invited to an out-of-date church repast during 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 19, in a bishopric gymnasium during Christ Church, located during 149 Court St., Plymouth. The dish will embody cranberry pig roast, salad, vegetable, bread, beverages and dessert, followed by permitted fellowship.
The open dish is reason during 6 p.m. a third Saturday of any month, following a 5 p.m. church service. Seating is limited. Reservations are compulsory a Tuesday before a cooking by contacting Priscilla Palombo during 781-585-1809 or email@example.com.
The cost of a church repast is $6 per chairman and $15 per family of dual adults and dual children underneath 10. Children 10 and comparison are an additional $2 each. For some-more information, hit Christ Church Parish during 508-746-4959 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or go to a website www.christchurch-plymouth.org.
Giga golf tournament
PLYMOUTH – The American Legion will reason a second annual Giga golf contest 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.
Photography vaunt reception
DUXBURY – Three of a many reputable sea photographers operative currently will vaunt their work from Aug. 23 until Nov. 8 during a Art Complex Museum, 189 Alden St., Duxbury. The exhibit, “Sailing: Michael Eudenbach, Michael Kahn and Onne outpost der Wal,” will generally be of seductiveness to anyone with a adore of a sea and/or sailing.
A accepting is scheduled for 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 20. See www.artcomplex.org 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 contest 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 customarily and $350 for a list of 8 for cooking only. Per actor and foursome cost 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 organisation 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 speak 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.
Cub Scout registration
PLYMOUTH – Plymouth Cub Scout Pack 151 is recruiting new members. Cub Scouting is a year-round family module designed for boys in a initial by fifth grade. When we pointer adult your son for Cub Scouting, you’re signing him adult for many some-more than an after propagandize activity. Whether he’s camping for a initial time or throwing his initial fish, your son will be holding partial in activities that are fun as good as building his impression and starting him on a trail to success. Cub Scouting promotes impression development, good citizenship and aptness and is initial and inaugural fun. Contact Cubmaster Keith Correia during 774-283-4524 or by email during email@example.com.
Artist workshops during Art Complex Museum
DUXBURY – Roisin O’Farrell, one of Ireland’s many successful rising artists, will revisit a Art Complex Museum during 189 Alden St. in Duxbury to control dual workshops Sept. 24-27.
A weekend inspirational artist seminar is scheduled for 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 25; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 26; and 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 27. The cost is $285.
A one-day seminar for operative artists is scheduled for 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 24. Part artist’s retreat, partial foot camp, a module is dictated for artists who are already offering their works to learn ways to be some-more prolific and creative, to set goals and learn ways to exercise them. The cost is $160.
If engagement a portrayal workshop, a cost for a seminar for operative artists is $100. To register, call 781-934-6634, ext. 10, or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rep. Muratore bureau hours
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.
Craft eventuality during Plimoth Plantation
PLYMOUTH – Plimoth Plantation will horde a weekend eventuality dedicated to qualification during a museum’s second annual #i(craft)history Festival, Sept. 26-27. The eventuality will take place during a museum’s recently stretched Craft Center and vital story sites.
The thesis #i(craft)history seeks to rivet a open to learn about a many forms of qualification that are constituent to a vital story museum, as good as those that heighten a lives. Open to a public, a launch includes a full line-up of fun and activities for everyone. Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 26 and 27, Massachusetts residents can squeeze half-priced Heritage passes for acknowledgment to Plimoth Plantation, Plimoth Grist Mill and Mayflower II. As partial of a celebration, a museum will also offer giveaway acknowledgment to Plymouth residents.
Many New England makers, desirous by possibly a time duration Plimoth Plantation represents or a chronological Plymouth landscape, will benefaction demonstrations and workshops. Plimoth Plantation’s artisans are during a heart of this event. At a museum, Native artisans make stone, timber and sinew tools, porcupine hair headdresses and hand-coiled clay pots. Other Plimoth Plantation artisans use chronological English trades, and imitate a objects that a Pilgrims alien from England, such as earthenware pottery, furniture, candles and textiles. In serve to featuring Plimoth Plantation’s staff artisans, a eventuality will move together guest handcrafters opposite a far-reaching operation of disciplines, from beekeeping to weaving, to denote and learn different skills.
New to this year’s eventuality is an workman marketplace located in a Museum’s Henry Hornblower II Visitor Center courtyard, where guest will be means to squeeze equipment crafted by a Plantation’s featured artisans. Artisan baker Tani Maurello will denote a wood-fired techniques that assistance emanate a disdainful 17th century-inspired thirded bread. Additional programming such as a farmers’ marketplace and song will be featured during a event. Learn some-more during www.icrafthistory.org or www.plimoth.org. New and renewing members who pointer adult during #i(craft)history weekend will accept an annual subscription to Yankee Magazine, a media partner of this event.
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.
‘Giving thanks’ vaunt during Pilgrim Hall Museum
PLYMOUTH – This fall, in a Steinway Library during Pilgrim Hall Museum, located during 75 Court St., a preference of 19th and 20th century Thanksgiving Day menus will be on arrangement in a special proxy vaunt from Sept. 27 to Dec. 30, “Giving Thanks in a Gilded Age: Thanksgiving Day Menus of a 19th 20th Centuries.”
The start of a complicated Thanksgiving cooking is found in a elaborately printed menus of a Victorian and Edwardian eras. These menus from hotels, clubs and sea liners underline several courses and embody a far-reaching accumulation of foods, like oysters, lobster, venison and larded beef, in serve to a some-more common turkey. The colorful and artistically printed menus are partial of a Baker Thanksgiving Collection in a Pilgrim Hall Museum Archives.
Pilgrim Hall Museum is open from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 7 days a week. Pilgrim Society members and Plymouth residents are certified free. For non-residents and non-Pilgrim Society members, acknowledgment is $8 per adult, $7 per comparison (62 and older), $5 per child age 5-17 and $25 per family (two adults with their children age 5-17). For information, call 508-746-1620 or revisit www.pilgrimhallmuseum.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
Tea rite during Art Complex Museum
DUXBURY – The Art Complex Museum will reason a final tea rite arrangement of a year during 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 27, sleet or shine, during 189 Alden St., Duxbury. The arrangement will be given by Tea Master Glenn Sorei Pereira, a Uransenke School of Tea instructor. He will explain a arrangement and answer questions. The rite is presented in a Wind in a Pines Hut that was built for a museum in Kyoto, Japan, and reassembled on a museum grounds.
Admission is giveaway though seating is singular and permitted on a first-come basis. Guests are suggested to dress with continue conditions in mind. In box of rain, a module will be reason inside of a museum.
In addition, guest might wish to perspective stream museum exhibitions, “Sailing: Michael Eudenbach, Michael Kahn and Onne outpost der Wal” by 3 internationally famous photographers; and “Cannot Be Described in Words: Drawing/Daring,” works by 10 artists adventurous to try new approaches, beam and mediums; and “Rotations,” art objects from a museum’s collection. The museum is open from 1 until 4 p.m. It is upheld essentially by a Carl A. Weyerhaeuser Family Charitable Trusts and by gifts from friends of a museum. See www.artcomplex.org for some-more information.
Parent Connection presents author Jessica Lahey
DUXBURY – The Parent Connection will benefaction writer, speaker, clergyman and primogenitor Jessica Lahey during 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 29, in a Duxbury Performing Arts Center. Author of a newly expelled book, “The Gift of Failure: How a Best Parents Learn to Let Go So Their Children Can Succeed,” Lahey offers ideas for relatives who wish to lift volatile children to turn competent, able adults.
She brings her possess parenting to a table, dissecting her hurdles in vouchsafing healthy consequences take their course. Learn some-more about ancillary your children as they turn successful, volatile and separate adults. Lahey writes a biweekly mainstay “The Parent-Teacher Conference” for a New York Times, is a contributing author for The Atlantic, and a commentator on Vermont Public Radio. Her book is published by HarperCollins.
Tickets are $7 in allege or $10 during a doorway and are permitted online during www.theparentconnection.org as good as during Westwinds Bookshop commencement Aug. 31. The Parent Connection sponsors this module in partnership with a Duxbury Public Schools and Duxbury PTA/PTO.
‘Meet Julia Child’ during The Nook
PLYMOUTH – The Delvena Theatre Company will benefaction “Meet Julia Child” during 1 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 1, during “The Nook,” a Plymouth COA Senior Center, located during 44 Nook Road. The cost is $8 per chairman ($5 per member of Friends of a Plymouth COA).
“Meet Julia Child” is a live opening featuring “Julia Child” doing what she did best. The assembly will learn about her life and have a eventuality to perspective “Julia” on a set of “The French Chef,” an comical and fun experience. After a performance, a expel will open a contention per Child. This strange prolongation will underline Lynne Moulton and Fran Baron. For some-more information, call The Nook during 508-830-4230.
Plymouth Phil luncheon, soiree, concert
PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra will flog off a 100th anniversary deteriorate with a unison patrician “Hooray for One Hundred” Saturday, Oct. 3, during Plymouth Memorial Hall, located during 83 Court St. The song starts during 8 p.m. and is preceded by a pre-concert speak by Conductor Steven Karidoyanes during 7 p.m. The unison will underline a universe premiere opening of “Dreamtime Ancestors,” song created by one of a top-tier American sonorous composers of today, Christopher Theofanidis. Surrounding this premiere will be song zodiacally precious by concertgoers, commencement with Beethoven’s drastic “Leonore Overture No. 3” and culminating with Rachmaninoff’s hyper-romantic “Second Piano Concerto.” Acclaimed pianist Marina Lomazov is a featured soloist.
The assembly is invited to attend a accumulation of pre-concert events. The Phil’s Meet a Artists luncheon will be reason during noon Friday, Oct. 2, during a Mayflower Society House, located during 4 Winslow St., and will embody an spontaneous contention with Theofanidis, Lomazov and Karidoyanes. Immediately preceding a Oct. 3 concert, a Phil’s opening night gala accepting is from 6 to 7:30 p.m. during Pilgrim Hall Museum, located during 75 Court St. Luncheon tickets are $35 any and gala tickets are $20 each, and can be purchased by job a bureau or visiting plymouthphil.org.
Individual piece prices for a opening night unison are $20, $35, $45 and $55. Senior, girl and organisation discounts are offered. Call a Phil bureau for details. Student “rush” tickets are sole during a doorway one hour before performance, as available, during $5. Advance tickets can be purchased online by visiting plymouthphil.org or job a Phil bureau during 508-746-8008.
The Phil’s 100th deteriorate is sponsored in partial by Entergy. The media unite of a opening night unison is GateHouse Media. The 100th deteriorate of a Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra is saved in partial by a Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.
Music 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 permitted 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.
Oct. 2: Jazz Meets Broadway – The Bill and Bo Winiker Quintet, 8 p.m., $20
Oct. 3: John Gorka and Lori Diamond Fred Abatelli, 8 p.m., $25
Oct. 8: Guy Davis, 8 p.m., $25
Oct. 9: The Stompers applaud Lennon with special guest Bird Mancini, 8 p.m., $25
Oct. 10: An Evening with Jon Pousette-Dart, 8 p.m., $25
Oct. 30: An Evening with Roomful of Blues, 8 p.m., $35
Oct. 31: Charlie Farren, 8 p.m., $20
Nov. 6: Cliff Eberhardt and Louise Mosrie, 8 p.m., $20
Nov. 7: On a Funny Side of a Street with Christine Lavin and Don White, 8 p.m., $25
Nov. 14: Bluegrass Gospel Project, 8 p.m., $18
Nov. 21: Albert Cummings, 8 p.m., $25
Dec. 5: David Wilcox, 8 p.m., $25
Dec. 11: Vance Gilbert, 8 p.m., $20
Dec. 12: Michael Sweet – The Voice of Stryper, 8 p.m., $30.50
Dec. 18: Martin Barre, 8 p.m., $35.50
Dec. 19: Chris Smither, 8 p.m., $25
Oak Point qualification fair
MIDDLEBOROUGH – Oak Point will reason a annual tumble qualification satisfactory from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 3, in a categorical ballroom during 200 Oak Point Drive in Middleborough. There will be some-more than 50 tables of handmade crafts on sale by Oak Point homeowners. Items for sale embody pocketbooks, paintings, quilts, jewelry, palm embellished glass, anniversary decorations, low-pitched scarves and many more. There is even a white elephant table. Oak Point is full of gifted crafters of all varieties and there is something for everyone. For some-more information, call a Oak Point Social Office during 508-947-5406.
Dance opening during The Spire
PLYMOUTH – SOLO, a contemporary dance opening by a dancers of a Fred Astaire Dance Studio of Plymouth, will take place during 6 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 4, during The Spire Center for Performing Arts, located during 25 1/2 Court St., featuring storytelling, video projection and contemporary dance to song trimming from J.S. Bach to Jake Hill. Doors open during 5:30 p.m. Tickets are permitted for $10 during www.spirecenter.org. For serve information, call a Fred Astaire Dance Studio of Plymouth during 508-732-6790.
‘Breaking Up is Hard to Do’
PLYMOUTH – Priscilla Beach Theatre, located during 800 Rocky Hill Road, will benefaction “Breaking Up is Hard to Do,” featuring a songs of Neil Sedaka, during 7:30 p.m. Oct. 9-10 and 16-17 and during 2 p.m. Oct. 11. Tickets are sole out for a Oct. 9-11 performances though are on sale for a Oct. 16-17 shows. Tickets are $25, $15 for seniors. Visit www.pbtheatre.org call 508-224-4888.
Bay Players production
DUXBURY – The Bay Players will benefaction Neil Simon’s “Laughter on a 23rd Floor,” destined by Michael Pevzner, during First Parish Church, located during 842 Tremont St. in Duxbury. Production dates are Nov. 6-7 and 13-14. Call 781-910-2938 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or go to www.bayplayers.org for information.
Craft and businessman fair
PLYMOUTH – A tumble qualification and businessman fair, to advantage a Relay for Life of Wareham 2016, will be reason from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 7, during American Legion Post 40, located during 199 Federal Furnace Road in Plymouth. All deduction lifted will go to a American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life.
There will be raffles, including Bruins and Patriots tickets, booze baskets, several grill benefaction cards and many more, and a bake sale. Twenty-five crafters and vendors will sell jewelry, scarves, accessories, soaps, beauty products, handmade candles, quilts, Tupperware and more. Call Meghan during 508-317-9246 or email Gonsalves13@gmail.com for some-more information.
PLYMOUTH – The Pilgrim Progress will take place during 10 a.m. Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 26. This reenactment of a Pilgrims’ Sabbath way to ceremony starts during a Mayflower Society House, located during 4 Winslow St.
Costumed participants, from Plymouth and surrounding communities as good as visitors to a area, paint a 51 survivors of a initial winter of 1621. They will arrange to a kick of a drum. The Progress will ensue along a waterfront, adult Leyden Street to a site of a initial installation meetinghouse on Burial Hill, where a Pilgrims met for worship. The Psalms sung are taken from “The Book of Psalms” by Henry Ainsworth, that was used by a Pilgrims in Holland and in Plymouth.
Passages review by Elder Brewster are customarily from Governor Bradford’s “Of Plymouth Plantation” or other Pilgrim sources. After a brief ceremony service, a impetus will continue down by city on Main Street, finale during a Mayflower Society House.
The Pilgrim Progress sponsors are Plymouth Rock Foundation and The General Society of Mayflower Descendants. The eventuality is also saved in partial by a Town of Plymouth Promotions Fund. For some-more information, email email@example.com.