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November 17, 2016 - garden totes
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Plymouth Evening Garden Club Nov meeting
PLYMOUTH — The subsequent assembly of a Plymouth Evening Garden Club is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Nov. 16 during Plymouth Center for a Arts, 11 North St.
The organisation will be creation live wreaths from greens. Frames will be provided. Attendees should pierce paddle wire, clippers, gloves and picked greens in a vast black cosmetic bag. White craving or any other evergreens are suggested. The eventuality will be giveaway for member and $35 for nonmembers. Attendees should call 508-747-2641 for a spot.
Law Office of Jonathan Graham authorised workshops
PLYMOUTH — The Law Office of Jonathan M. Graham Associates P.C. will horde dual giveaway comparison authorised formulation workshops during 2 p.m. Nov. 16 and 6:30 p.m. Nov. 17 during 115 Court St., Suite 1, Plymouth.
The purpose of a workshops will be to assistance seniors make sensitive decisions and to be wakeful of issues such as wills, nursing home planning, trusts and new probate law changes. By attending these workshops, seniors will learn about obstacles they could face when creation such decisions. Graham will yield information that will keep seniors and their families in control and revoke costs.
Reservations are compulsory due to space limitations. Light refreshments will be served. For reservations: Christine DelloRusso, 508-830-1120, ext. 16.
Mirbeau Inn Spa Tour of French Wines dinner
PLYMOUTH — Mirbeau Inn Spa during The Pinehills, 35 Landmark Drive, Plymouth, will horde a Tour of French Wines booze cooking during 6 p.m. Nov. 17. Executive cook Stephen Coe will ready a four-course cooking while Christian Dalbavie, Kobrand Wine Spirits’ French portfolio specialist, will offer pairings. A cocktail accepting will convey a cooking during 6:30 p.m.
The cost is $120 per chairman or $105 for Club Mirbeau members. For information: 877-647-2328; mirbeau.com/pinehills-plymouth.
South Shore Locavores to make pies
KINGSTON — The South Shore Locavores will make apple pies and benefaction them, solidified and unbaked, to families served by a Greater Plymouth Food Warehouse, finish with baking instructions and nutritive labels, during 7 p.m. Nov. 17 during a Kingston Council on Aging, 25 Evergreen St. Participants are speedy to take rolling pins, peelers, paring knives and cookie cutters with tumble shapes. Attendees contingency tag their haven with their names.
Registration is not necessary. To make a concession or for information, call or email Kingston Public Library Director Sia Stewart during email@example.com or 781-585-0517, ext. 122. Each module starts during 7 p.m. during a Kingston Senior Center, 30 Evergreen St.
The South Shore Locavores series, a partnership between a Kingston Public Library and succulent South Shore South Coast magazine, looks during what it means to eat locally. The programs are free, nonetheless donations will be supposed to assistance cover a program’s costs.
The library compiles themed apparatus lists for any Locavores session. Door prizes will be awarded, and attendees are invited to pierce a plate to share. The eventuality will finish with a time for snacking and mingling. To assistance quarrel craving on a South Shore, there will be a collection box for nonperishable dishes during any party to benefaction to a Greater Plymouth Food Distribution Center.
Entertainment 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 or to sequence tickets online, revisit www.spirecenter.org, or follow a Spire Center for Performing Arts on Facebook.
Nov. 17: NRBQ and The Whole Wheat Horns, 8 p.m., $25
Nov. 18: Last Waltz 40th Anniversary Celebration presented by The THE BAND Band, 8 p.m., $40
Nov. 19: Chris Smither, 8 p.m., $25
Nov. 25: Americana Roots Party featuring The Dinghys, Kings of America, and Lonesome Jukebox, 8 p.m.
Nov. 26: James Montgomery, 8 p.m., $25
Nov. 30: Jazz and Blues Jam, 7 p.m., $5
Dec. 2: Johnny Souza Friends Wicked Fun Christmas Concert, 8 p.m. $20
Dec. 3: Albert Cummings, 8 p.m., $27.50
Dec. 8: Joan Osborne Acoustic Duo Featuring Keith Cotton, 8 p.m. $45
Dec. 9: Plymouth Community Theatre presents A Christmas House, 8 p.m., $20, $18
Dec. 10: Plymouth Community Theatre presents A Christmas House, 4 p.m. and 8 p.m., $20, $18
Dec. 11: Plymouth Community Theatre presents A Christmas House, 4 p.m., $20, $18
Dec. 14: Jazz and Blues Open Jam Session, 7 p.m., $5
Dec. 16: The Sweetback Sisters’ Country Singalong Spectacular, 8 p.m., $25, $15
Dec. 17: A Holiday Evening with Cher, Bocelli, Celine Dion, and Streisand presented by The Edwards Twins, 8 p.m., $45
Dec. 28 : Jazz and Blues Open Jam Session, 7 p.m., $5
Dec. 30: Jonathan Edwards, 8 p.m., $25
Manomet Youth Center Spaghetti Supper
PLYMOUTH – A Disney Dream Vacation Giveaway will prominence a spaghetti repast fundraiser for a Manoment Youth Center this Friday. The eventuality takes place during 6 p.m. Friday, Nov. 18, during a John Alden Sportsman’s Club in Plymouth. The cost to attend is $10.
This is a final fundraising eventuality for a Youth Center in 2016. The sketch for a Disney outing costs $20 per ticket. The Disney Dream Vacation is a 7 day, 6 night vacation for five, including atmosphere transport and plate plan, accommodation during Disney’s Polynesian Resort and 5 day park hopper plan.
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America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Celebration
PLYMOUTH – Festivities take place Nov. 18-20 this year, featuring nationalistic concerts, Crafters Village, a New England Food Festival and waterfront activities, and a annual Thanksgiving parade, that takes place during 11 a.m. Saturday.
Friday dusk offers a giveaway nationalistic unison during 7 p.m. in Memorial Hall, downtown Plymouth. The doors open during 6: 30 for ubiquitous seating. The module will underline nation thespian Ricky Lee.
The large day of jubilee starts with a opening ceremonies during 10:30 a.m. Saturday in Pilgrim Memorial State Park on a waterfront. The annual Thanksgiving impetus starts during 11 a.m., final on a waterfront, and a accumulation of tradition Celebration activities will take place until 4 p.m., including a New England Food Festival, a Portal to a Past Historical Village, and a Wampanoag Educational Pavilion.
Plymouth 400 Inc.’s Illumination 2016 takes place during 4 p.m. on a Hedge House lawn, on Water Street. The dusk wraps adult with a National Senior and Alumni Drum and Bugle Corps Reunion Concert, that will acquire a UMass Minutemen Marching Band. That takes place during 6:30 during Memorial Hall.
On Sunday crop waterfront activities from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m., including an outward Harvest Market and a Wampanoag Pavilion.
Martin Grosswendt, Susanne Salem-Schatz perform
KINGSTON — The South Shore Folk Music Club will horde low-pitched acts Martin Grosswendt and Susanne Salem-Schatz during 8 p.m. Nov. 18 during Beal House of Kingston Unitarian Church, 222 Main St. Dave Jackson will open a show.
Grosswendt is an interpreter of prewar blues and other roots strain and Salem-Schatz slips into any genre from blues thespian to honky-tonk. Jackson plays pieces collected from several influences.
An open mic will be accessible after a eventuality with pointer adult during a doorway when a uncover opens during 7:30 p.m. No early sign-ups will be allowed. Four eight-minute slots will be accessible before mangle and dual eight-minute slots will be accessible after intermission. Slots are first-come, first-served until full.
Tickets are $7 for members, $8 for nonmembers and $4 for children. For information, revisit ssfmc.org.
Marty’s Buick GMC to collect food donations
PLYMOUTH — Marty’s Buick GMC announced it will again collect nonperishable food donations along a track of a America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Parade on Nov. 19.
All donations will advantage a nonprofit South Shore Community Action Council’s Greater Plymouth Food Warehouse, that distributes food, giveaway of charge, to South Shore puncture food assistance programs, that afterwards yield donated food to low-income people and families staying in a 25-town area.
For information, hit Michele Moran during 781-585-7570.
Plymouth South High School mattress fundraiser
PLYMOUTH — Plymouth South High School will horde a mattress fundraiser from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 19 during a Plymouth South High School gym, 490 Long Pond Road.
Attendees can get adult to 50 percent off sell prices. All mattress sizes are accessible and code new with full bureau warranties. Proceeds will advantage a PSHS football organisation and cheerleaders. For information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
PLYMOUTH — Plymouth 400 Inc. will horde a Plymouth’s Illuminate Thanksgiving eventuality 4 to 9 p.m. Nov. 19 during a 1809 Hedge House, 126 Water St., Plymouth. Residents can download a Illuminate app and start pity photos of how they give interjection and give back. International partners will be pity their possess stories of Thanksgiving on a app’s print stream.
American Legion Post 40 events
PLYMOUTH — American Legion Post 40, 199 Federal Furnace Road, Plymouth, will host a Thanksgiving Meat Raffle: 1 p.m. Nov. 20. The kitchen will be open.
For information, call a post during 508-746-0009.
Thanksgiving during Squanto
PLYMOUTH — Thanksgiving during Squanto, a family eventuality to advantage a programs of a Old Colony Council and Boy Scouts of America, will be reason during 1 p.m. Nov. 20 during Camp Squanto in Plymouth.
The eventuality will embody a finish Thanksgiving cooking with turkey, sides, dessert and nonalcoholic beverages. Items will be auctioned off in wordless and live auctions, and raffles will be held. The eventuality will underline pumpkin decorating, hayrides, fall-themed games and activities, and a revisit from Santa.
The cost for this eventuality is $25 for adults, $10 for children ages 6-17. Children 5 and younger are free. To register, revisit oldcolonycouncil.org.
Cantabile Quartet holiday concert
PLYMOUTH – The Cantabile Quartet will horde a pre-Thanksgiving unison during 3 p.m. Nov. 20 during Whitfield House, 26 North St., Plymouth.
The party will perform Antonín Dvorak’s Grand Opus 87. The other party was created in 1940 by Robert Casadesus, a French composer and pianist in a 20th century who was famous for his interpretations of Mozart and a French piano repertoire.
Admission is $15 during a door. Children younger than 12 will get in giveaway when accompanied by an adult. Doors open during 2:30 p.m. and seating is limited. For offer information, call 508-746-5289.
Persephone’s Daughters advantage concert
PLYMOUTH — A women’s carol from Plymouth, Persephone’s Daughters, will perform a tumble advantage concert, “Starry Night,” during 3 p.m. Nov. 20 during First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church, 19 Town Square, Plymouth.
Proceeds from this unison will advantage Learn to Cope, a counterpart support network for families traffic with opioid addiction. There are 24 chapters around Massachusetts, with a internal section that meets weekly during Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Plymouth.
Tickets are $20 or $15 for seniors and students. Tickets will be accessible during a Plymouth Guild for a Arts, 11 North St., or by job 508-747-0212. They can also be purchased during a door. For information, revisit Learn2Cope.Org.
PLYMOUTH — The Pilgrim Progress will take place during 10 a.m. Nov. 24 commencement during a Mayflower Society House, 4 Winslow St., Plymouth.
Costumed participants, many of whom are from a city of Plymouth and a surrounding communities, as good as visitors to a area, paint a survivors of a initial oppressive 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.
The passages review by Elder Brewster are customarily from Gov. William Bradford’s “Of Plymouth Plantation” or other Pilgrim sources. After a brief ceremony service, a impetus will continue down by city on Main Street, onto North Street, finale during a Mayflower Society House.
Plymouth Rock Foundation and The General Society of Mayflower Descendants are sponsors of this event. that is also saved in partial by a Town of Plymouth Promotions Fund.
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Christ Church Thrift Shoppe to horde Black Friday sale
PLYMOUTH — Christ Church Thrift Shoppe, 6 Lothrop St., Plymouth, will reason a Black Friday sale on Nov. 25.
Women’s clothing, glassware and fate will be labelled during 50 percent off. In addition, nod cards will be sole during 7 for $1.
The preservation emporium carries a brew of kindly used wardrobe for women, organisation and children; domicile goods; tiny furniture; accessories; artwork; and jewelry. Proceeds advantage a ministries of Christ Church and a needs of a Greater Plymouth community. Donations are acquire when Christ Church Thrift Shoppe is open. For details, call 508-746-4990.
Christ Church Thrift Shoppe is open from 1 to 4 p.m. Wednesdays; 1 to 7 p.m. on a third Wednesday of any month; 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursdays and Fridays; and from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays. For some-more information, hit Christ Church Parish: 508-746-4959; firstname.lastname@example.org; christchurch-plymouth.org.
American Legion Post No. 40 craft fair
PLYMOUTH — American Legion Post No. 40 is seeking crafters for a qualification satisfactory on Nov. 26 during a American Legion Post No. 40, 199 Federal Furnace Road, Plymouth. Residents who would like to be a partial of this eventuality should hit Deb Havey during 508-844-1948, or by email during email@example.com.
Great Island Artisans Guild Holiday Arts Fair
PLYMOUTH — Great Island Artisans Guild will reason a Holiday Arts Fair from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Nov. 26 during a Great Island Overlook Clubhouse, 149 Great Island Road, Plymouth.
This satisfactory will underline a work of gifted artisans from a Pinehills village and beyond. The uncover includes strange art, photography, American Girl-sized canopy beds, cradles and doll bedding, handbags, totes, scarves, singular jewelry, crafted woodworking, low-pitched painting, personalized children’s items, soaps, handmade candy, wooden toys and dusty flower arrangements. The fair, an indoor qualification show, will take place sleet or shine.
One giveaway $25 benefaction certificates will be given divided any half hour from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. to be used during any counter a day of a show.
Plimoth Plantation to horde holiday events
PLYMOUTH — Plimoth Plantation, 137 Warren Ave., Plymouth, will horde several holiday events.
Advent Wreath Centerpiece Workshop: 1 to 3 p.m. Nov. 26. Attendees can emanate an appearance spray desirous by normal evergreen holiday decorations from 16th and 17th-century Europe. The category is reason during Plimoth Plantation’s Horticulture Center. All materials are included. The cost for members is $48, and for nonmembers is $60.
Christmas during Plimoth Grist Mill: 1 to 5 p.m. Dec. 3 during Plimoth Grist Mill, 6 Spring Lane, Plymouth. Cost is $5 for adult members, $4 for children members ages 5-12, $6 for adult nonmembers and $5 for children nonmembers. For additional information or to squeeze tickets, hit firstname.lastname@example.org or call 508-746-1622.
Holiday Wreath Making Workshop: 1 to 4 p.m. Dec. 4. Attendees can emanate a holiday spray and listen to stories about a story of spray creation during this workshop. The category will be reason during Plimoth Plantation’s Horticulture Center.
Light in a Darkness: 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Dec. 9 and 16, and from 4 to 8 p.m. Dec. 3, 10 and 17. Join Plimoth Plantation for a third annual Light in a Darkness candlelight wander and learn new worlds of holiday enchantment. Cost is $10 for adult nonmembers, $8 for child nonmembers, $8 for adult members, and $6.50 for child members. Children younger than 5 are free.
Breakfast with Santa: 10 a.m. to noon Dec. 11 during Plimoth Plantation. Children will have a eventuality to adorn their possess holiday gingerbread male and revisit with Santa.
“A Christmas Carol”: 1 p.m. Dec. 17 and 23; 8 p.m. Dec. 20, 21, 22 and 23. The cost for adult nonmembers is $57, child nonmembers is $29, adult members is $46, and child members is $23.
Project Outreach Program drop-in dates
PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth Police Department has announced a subsequent dates for Project Outreach’s village drop-in centers, from 5 to 9 p.m. Nov. 30 and Dec. 28 during New Testament Church, 1120 Long Pond Road, Plymouth, and Dec. 13 during New Hope Chapel, 89 Court St., Plymouth. The drop-in centers are designed to residence ongoing battles with opioid piece abuse.
The Plymouth Police Department partners with several agencies, including Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Plymouth; High Point Treatment Centers; Gosnold Treatment Centers; Clean Slate; South Bay Mental Health; Bay State Community Services; and a Carver, Middleborough and Duxbury infantry departments.
Also benefaction will be member and coaches from these agencies to yield superintendence and conversing to those inflicted with opioid and other obsession problems and their families. Anyone who has a family member who suffers from, or they think might have an obsession problem, is invited to dump in.
Plymouth Education Foundation Valentine Gala
PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth Education Foundation will horde a annual Valentine Gala from 6 to 11 p.m. Feb. 11 during Hotel 1620, 180 Water St., Plymouth. This eventuality customarily sells out. To squeeze tickets, revisit plymoutheducationfoundation.org.
Laurelwood hosting Kusmin paintings exhibit
PLYMOUTH — Laurelwood during The Pinehills, 10 Golf Drive, Plymouth, will horde an vaunt of watercolor artist, clergyman and author Andrew Kusmin from Nov by Jan 2017.
The uncover will also embody a works of approximately 30 of Kusmin’s students. The open is invited to perspective a vaunt during Laurelwood from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily by January. For information: kusminarts.com; laurelwoodatthepinehills.com.
Plymouth Post Office honors veterans
PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth Post Office will respect veterans who are now portion in a armed army by fixation cinema of them on a run wall of a bureau during 100 Long Pond Road, Plymouth.
Families might dump off a picture, though a frame, of their desired ones in uniform to arrangement in expectation of Veterans Day. The Post Office also collects used cellphones to benefaction to a military. Chargers are not needed.
‘Around a World Christmas’
PLYMOUTH — Pilgrim Festival Chorus will benefaction 3 “Around a World Christmas” concerts during 7:30 p.m. Dec. 2 during Central Congregational Church, 2 Webster St., Middleborough; Dec. 3 during St. Bonaventure Church, 803 State Road, Plymouth; and Dec. 4 during First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church, 842 Tremont St., Duxbury.
The carol is conducted by strain executive William B. Richter and accompanied by partner executive Elizabeth Chapman Reilly.
“Around a World Christmas” is a low-pitched debate exploring a opposite Christmas strain around a world. From a Gothic processional, “Gaudete,” to one of a motets of a Renaissance, “O Magnum Mysterium,” a module includes carols aged and new from many opposite countries, and some carols from Africa, South America and a West Indies.
Tickets are $20 for adults, $18 for comparison adults and $15 for students comparison than age 14. Children younger than age 14 are approved free. Advance tickets might be purchased online during pilgrimfestivalchorus.org and from PFC members. To haven tickets by phone, call 781-826-8416. For information: pilgrimfestivalchorus.org.
Saints and Singers Christmas concerts
PLYMOUTH — The Saints Singers Chorus is celebrating 37 years of singing together by behaving a array of Christmas concerts during churches around a Southern New England area.
The concert, “Everything Glorious,” is a 2016 Christmas Cantata that facilities complicated and normal Christmas strain in jubilee of a holiday. There is no assign for acknowledgment during any of a venues, however, a freewill present will be taken to assistance defray a chorus’s losses and to assistance account strain scholarships awarded any year.
The report for a 2016 Christmas deteriorate is as follows:
7:30 p.m. Dec. 2: Swift Memorial Church, 10 Williston Road, Sagamore Beach
7:30 p.m. Dec. 3: Our Lady of Victory, 230 S. Main St., Centerville
3:30 p.m. Dec. 4: Christ Lutheran Church, 485 Brick Kiln Road, Falmouth
7:30 p.m. Dec. 9: First Congregational Church, 11 Gibbs Ave., Wareham
1 p.m. Dec. 10: St. Mary’s Rectory, 313 Court St., Plymouth
3:30 p.m. Dec.11: Bourne United Methodist Church, 37 Sandwich Road, Bourne
Rehearsals for a 2016 Easter deteriorate start in Jan and will be reason during 7 p.m. Thursdays during a Bourne United Methodist Church. For information, hit a Saints and Singers boss Tom Pucci during 508-540-5942.
Plymouth Garden Club Holiday Greens Sale
PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth Garden Club will horde a annual Holiday Greens Sale from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dec. 3 in a Fehlow Room during a Plymouth Main Library, 132 South St.
Attendees will have a eventuality to buy centerpieces, wreaths and uninformed greens for all holiday decorating needs. Proceeds will advantage a club’s extend module and county painting projects.
Fraternal Order of Eagles Holiday Craft Fair, Bazaar
PLYMOUTH — The Fraternal Order of Eagles will unite a Holiday Craft Fair and Bazaar from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dec. 3 during a Eagles Hall, 39 Cohasset Ave., Buzzards Bay. Attendees can emporium for gifts and holiday equipment from over 20 vendors. Raffles will be reason around a day. Food will also be available. Proceed will advantage internal charities. For information, call 508-759-9974.
PLYMOUTH — First Saturday takes place in downtown Plymouth from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. a initial Saturday any month. Businesses in downtown Plymouth (Court and Main streets and Main Street Extension) stay open a small after and offer special deals. Shop, dine, revisit museums, listen to live strain around a streets and squeeze a deal. Look for a First Saturday dwindle displayed outward of all participating merchants’ doors. Visit www.firstsaturdayplymouth.com or a Facebook page for a list of all participating merchants.
Pilgrim Hall Museum to horde Holiday House Tour
PLYMOUTH — Pilgrim Hall Museum, 75 Court St., will reason a annual Holiday House Tour from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dec. 3-4. Tickets are $52.
The locations of houses on a debate are kept trusted until a day of a tour. The pamphlet and map contingency be picked adult from a Pilgrim Hall Museum between 9:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. possibly Saturday or Sunday and will offer as a ticket. To squeeze tickets, call 508-746-1620, ext. 7, revisit a Pilgrim Hall Museum, or revisit pilgrimhallmuseum.org.
Tour Burial Hill
PLYMOUTH – Each year by 2020, a Plymouth Antiquarian Society will benefaction “Burial Hill: History in Progress,” a array of story expeditions on Burial Hill, one of America’s oldest and many poignant burying grounds.
Free tours are offering during 1 p.m. a initial Saturday of any month. Local historians and guides, including Stephen O’Neill and Joyce Poremski, join Pilgrim Society Executive Director Donna Curtin as debate leaders, pity their sole imagination on a operation of topics.
The debate meets during a categorical Burial Hill stairway; no reservations are required. Participants might span high and sleazy slopes, so wear suitable shoes. Severe continue might cancel a debate and updates will be posted on a Plymouth Antiquarian Society Facebook page. For some-more information, email email@example.com or call 508-746-0012 or revisit www.plymouthantiquariansociety.org.
Plymouth Rehabilitation Health Care Center Holiday Fair
PLYMOUTH — Plymouth Rehabilitation Health Care Center, 123 South St., will horde a annual Holiday Fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dec. 3. Baked goods, crafts, several vendors, a white elephant list and raffle baskets will be available. In addition, photos with Santa will be taken. For some-more information on securing a businessman or qualification table, hit Allison Michalski during 508-927-3316.
Mark Erelli concert
KINGSTON — The South Shore Folk Music Club will benefaction Mark Erelli in unison during 8 p.m. Dec. 3 during Beal House of Kingston Unitarian Church, 222 Main St.
Erelli finished a connoisseur class in evolutionary biology shortly after his opening was expelled on Signature Sounds in 1999. He has won several awards, including a Kerrville New Folk competition and a International Song Contest, where a strain he co-wrote with Catie Curtis, “People Look Around,” won a grand prize. For a past 17 years, he has seemed onstage during coffeehouses, vital folk festival stages and Fenway Park, where he once sang a inhabitant anthem before a Red Sox game. In new years, Erelli has gained prominence as a multi-instrumentalist sideman and producer, concomitant Grammy-winning artists such as Lori McKenna, Paula Cole and Josh Ritter everywhere from Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry to London’s Royal Albert Hall.
Doors will open during 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $20 for members and $22 for nonmembers. For some-more information, revisit ssfmc.org.
Jazz story harangue
PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth Public Library’s jazz story array concludes Dec. 5 with an hearing of jazz from a 1970s by a stream era. Pianist Sam Harris will support Jackson’s lectures with contemporary selections.
The lectures and performances are giveaway and will be reason in a Otto Fehlow Meeting Room of a library.
Indoor deteriorate farmers’ market
PLYMOUTH — Plymouth Farmers’ Market, 2:30-6:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 8, Plimoth Plantation, 137 Warren Ave., Plymouth. The indoor deteriorate runs from Nov to May, a second Thursday of a month, presenting informal farmers and artisans. Shoppers are speedy to take their possess selling bags or baskets if possible. Homemade and reusable selling bags will be accessible for purchase. EBT/SNAP/debit/credit cards and WIC are welcome. The marketplace is giveaway and open to a public, year round. See www.plymouthfarmersmarket.org for details.
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.
Admission and refreshments are free. For details, revisit ptaow.com. This module is upheld in partial by a extend from a Plymouth Cultural Council. Doors open during 11:30 a.m. and strain starts during noon, with communication during 12:45 p.m. and an open mic during 1:15 p.m.
Dec. 11: Lori Desrosiers and David Miller.
Nature Book Club
PLYMOUTH — The Nature, Environment and Conservation Book Club will plead “Blue Revolution: Unmaking America’s Water Crisis” by Cynthia Barnett at the club’s assembly during 7 p.m. Dec. 12, during a domicile of a Southeastern Massachusetts Pine Barrens Alliance, 204 Long Pond Road, Plymouth.
Ten copies of a book are on haven during a dissemination table of a Plymouth Main Library and anyone with an Old Colony Library Network label might pointer one out, review it and attend in a subsequent meeting.
The book bar reads nature-writing classics, such as “Pilgrim during Tinker Creek” by Annie Dillard, solutions-oriented works, such as “Green Town USA: The Handbook for America’s Sustainable Future” and reflections on tellurian inlet and a relations with a healthy world, by scientists and philosophers. The book bar was started by Goldenrod Foundation.
Club meetings are reason a second Monday of any month. For information: firstname.lastname@example.org; 757-777-6601; goldenrod.org/blog/book-club.
Haircuts for a homeless
PLYMOUTH — The First Baptist Church of Plymouth has orderly a “Hairs to You” Project to yield giveaway hair cuts once a month during internal Plymouth lunch programs.
The First Baptist Church of Plymouth is concerned with a Plymouth Taskforce to End Homelessness; Jeanne Hunter-McCartin is a “Hairs to You” devise coordinator, Pro-Cuts Hair Salon was approached and First Baptist orderly haircuts with St. Peter’s and St. Mary’s as partial of a giveaway lunch programs during both churches. Hunter-McCartin has also recruited volunteers from Brian’s Barber Shop in Kingston to offer haircuts in November.
Additional proffer stylists are welcome. Call 781-336-6737.
The subsequent day for haircuts is scheduled for 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 11, during St. Mary’s, during a lunch program.
Pilgrim Society Forefathers Day
PLYMOUTH — The Pilgrim Society and Pilgrim Hall Museum have announced that historian Jane Kamensky will offer as a 2016 Forefathers Day orator on Dec. 21.
Kamensky is a highbrow of story during Harvard University and Pforzheimer Foundation executive of a Schlesinger Library. A academician of early America and a age of revolutions, Kamensky will vaunt insights from her new biography, “A Revolution in Color: The World of John Singleton Copley,” and will plead Copley’s special connectors to Plymouth. Copies of a book will be accessible for squeeze and signing.
The Forefathers Day jubilee is an annual tradition of a Pilgrim Society dating from 1820 to commemorate a Pilgrims’ alighting in Plymouth on a day of their arrival, Dec. 21. This year’s Forefathers Day eventuality will be reason during 4 p.m. Dec. 21.
Registration is compulsory for a dinner. The cost for Pilgrim Society members is $68, for nonmembers, $75. Table seating for 10 might be purchased during $610. To squeeze tickets, call 508-746-1620, ext. 7, revisit a Pilgrim Hall Museum, or revisit pilgrimhallmuseum.org.
Pilgrim Hall vaunt
PLYMOUTH — Pilgrim Hall Museum, 75 Court St., is display a tercentenary exhibit, How Plymouth Celebrated a 300th Anniversary in 1920-21, by Dec. 30. For information, call 508-746-1620 or revisit pilgrimhallmuseum.org.
Manomet Youth Center Disney raffle
MANOMET — The Friends of a Manomet Youth Center is hosting a Disney dream vacation raffle for 7 days and 6 nights during Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. This raffle esteem includes airfare and a plate plan.
‘Women’s Auxiliary seeks volunteers
PLYMOUTH — The Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary of Plymouth is looking for new members to join a proffer team. The Women’s Auxiliary helps with The Salvation Army’s Christmas Assistance and now hosts dual annual luncheons. Interested residents should call Lt. Melanie Moore during 508-746-1559.
Chamber of Commerce Lobster Crawl
PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth Area Chamber of Commerce presents a Lobster Crawl, a free, two-year open art exhibit, around a waterfront and downtown Plymouth with additional statues around Plymouth and surrounding communities. The Lobster Crawl facilities 29 fiberglass structures measuring 5 feet tall. The lobsters are sponsored by internal businesses and organizations and are tradition designed and palm embellished by internal artists.
This art vaunt is a approach for Plymouth to boost tourism and showcase internal artists, attractions, retailers and restaurants. Maps display a plcae of a lobsters are accessible online, during a Plymouth Area Chamber of Commerce and during Destination Plymouth’s Waterfront Visitor Center. When holding a Plymouth Lobster Crawl visitors are speedy to post their photos regulating #PlymouthLobsterCrawl. For some-more information, revisit plymouthchamber.com/lobster.
Relay For Life of Greater Plymouth
PLYMOUTH — The Relay For Life of Greater Plymouth will be reason Jun 16-17 during Carver Middle High School, 60 S. Meadow Road. Last year, some-more than 500 walkers and 100 cancer survivors participated in this fundraiser. The eventuality covers a towns of Plymouth, Carver, Kingston and Plympton.
To register, proffer or for some-more information about a 2017 Relay For Life, revisit relayforlife.org/gtrplymouthma.
PLYMOUTH – Chrissy’s Charity is holding a opposite instruction and is no longer seeking for donations of old, unwanted, damaged jewelry. However, donations of rosaries, even broken, would still be appreciated. When prepared, a rosaries are sent to a troops. The infantry are some-more in need of rosaries than ever. Whether Catholic or no sole faith or no recognition of faith, in life-threatening situations, many infantry lift a rosary in their slot and know that people are praying for them.
In addition, donations of 4-ply chronicle for creation ask shawls are most appreciated. Drop off locations for 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. Chrissy’s Charity also continues creation ask bracelets and donating them to those in need during a internal hospital. The present organizers are beholden to all those who have upheld Chrissy’s Charity by a years. If we have any questions, call Jane during 508-746-6095 or email email@example.com.
Plymouth Fragment Society
PLYMOUTH – Do we need assistance with rent, focus bills or other simple needs? The Plymouth Fragment Society offers assistance to Plymouth residents. To join or make a concession or for an application, mail to P.O. Box 6386, Plymouth, MA 02362 or revisit a site during plymouthfragmentsociety.org or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The Plymouth Fragment Society relies only on donations. Requests are reviewed and filled formed on accessible funds.
PLYMOUTH – Plymouth Area Community Television is a nonprofit classification portion a towns of Duxbury, Kingston, Pembroke and Plymouth. The studio is located during 4 Collins Ave., Plymouth. Call PACTV during 508-830-6999 or revisit www.pactv.org for some-more information.
‘Breaking a Cycle’
PLYMOUTH — Plymouth County Sheriff Joseph McDonald and Plymouth County District Attorney Timothy Cruz are partnering together on a new internal uncover called “Breaking a Cycle,” that will be featured on PACTV’s supervision channels.
The uncover discusses a drug and opioid widespread inspiring Plymouth County and a state. This ongoing array will underline new episodes any month to yield information about a Plymouth County Drug Abuse Task Force and a stairs McDonald and Cruz are holding with internal and state law coercion to residence this critical issue.
“Breaking a Cycle” can be seen on PACTV’s supervision channels, PACTV’s on-demand use PACTV Prime on pactv.org and PACTV’s YouTube channel, PACTV Video Share during youtube.com/user/pactvvideoshare.
The report for “Breaking a Cycle” on supervision channels is as follows: 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; and 11 a.m. Saturdays and Sundays on Duxbury Government Access Channels Comcast 15/Verizon 39; Kingston Education/Government Access Channels Comcast 14/Verizon 41; Pembroke Government Access Channel Comcast 15; and Plymouth Government Access Channels Comcast 15/Verizon 47; 3 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays on Duxbury Government Access Channels Comcast 15/Verizon 39; Pembroke Government Access Channel Comcast 15; and Plymouth Government Access Channels Comcast 15/Verizon 47.
For some-more information about a uncover or PACTV, revisit pactv.org.
PLYMOUTH — “Register’s Report” front on PACTV The partial will atmosphere on these channels on a following days and times: 9:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays on Duxbury Government Access Channels Comcast 15/Verizon 39; 9:30 a.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and 6 p.m. Wednesdays on Kingston Government Access Channels Comcast 14/Verizon 41; 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and 9 a.m. Saturdays and Sundays on Pembroke Government Access Channel Comcast 15; and 10:30 a.m., 2:30 and 5 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays on Plymouth Government Access Channels Comcast 15/Verizon 47.
The partial is also accessible on PACTV Prime during a PACTV website and on PACTV Video Share on YouTube during youtu.be/qIF0SfodLIY.
PLYMOUTH — “Cafe COA” front on PACTV atmosphere during 8:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The partial will atmosphere on Plymouth Government Access Channels Comcast 15/Verizon 47. The partial is also accessible on a PACTV Video Share Channel on YouTube: www.youtube.com/watch?v=t6XPCCqfogk.
PLYMOUTH — Plymouth Area Community Television has announced a premiere of a show, “PCN Life,” that plays during 8:30 p.m. Thursdays. The uncover will follow PACTV’s weekly news show, “PACTV Community News,” any week. The uncover will underline a lighter side of a South Shore, proprietor profiles, internal musicians, area restaurants, events, health and wellness and more.
The uncover can be seen on a Community Channel, Comcast channel 13 and Verizon channel 43. Episodes will also be common on a PCN YouTube channel. For some-more information about PACTV Community News or to contention a story idea, hit Miot during email@example.com or pactv.org.
PLYMOUTH – “Building Community,” a speak uncover and use devise constructed by PACTV, is now regulating on a open opening channel. PACTV’s Donna Rodriguez is a host. The uncover focuses on a building blocks of vibrant, nurturing, healthy communities and how to opening collection to urge a peculiarity of a lives of everybody in a community. The uncover can be seen on PACTV’s open opening channel (Comcast 13 and Verizon 43) during 7 p.m. Wednesdays, during 1 p.m. Thursdays, during 11 a.m. Fridays and during 11:30 a.m. Saturdays. For some-more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or revisit www.pactv.org.
‘Talk of a Towne’
PLYMOUTH – The live PACTV call-in show, “Talk of a Towne,” is cablecast Wednesdays during 8 p.m. on channels 13 (for Comcast customers) and 43 (for Verizon subscribers). Visit www.pactv.org for sum or call 508-830-6999. Karen Buechs hosts a uncover unless differently noted.
‘PACTV Community News’
PLYMOUTH – “PACTV Community News,” on channels 13 (Comcast) and 43 (Verizon), facilities internal news stories from Plymouth, Duxbury, Kingston and Pembroke. The uncover is cablecast during 8 p.m. Thursday, 1 p.m. Friday, 10:30 a.m. Saturday and 3 p.m. Monday. To contention a story suggestion, call Kim Miot, PCN news director, during 508-830-6999 or email email@example.com. To watch prior episodes or to find out some-more about PCN, revisit www.pactv.org/pcn.
PLYMOUTH – “State Matters,” hosted by 1st Plymouth District state Rep. Matt Muratore, front on PACTV Plymouth supervision opening channels Comcast 15/Verizon 47 during 9 a.m. and 1 and 6:30 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
The partial is also accessible as Video on Demand by visiting a PACTV website and clicking on a Plymouth GTV couple during www.pactv.org and is on YouTube around PACTV Video Share.
KINGSTON – South Shore Soliloquy Toastmasters Club in Kingston is a open vocalization bar that meets from 7:30 to 9 p.m. a second and fourth Tuesday of any month during a Kingston Library, located during 6 Green St., to raise participants’ vocalization and care capabilities. Become a better, some-more assured speaker, presenter and interviewee. Attend a assembly to observe or attend and learn how we can build your communication skills to effectively demonstrate yourself in any situation. For some-more information, call Barbara Augello during 781-582-1440.
Pet food pantry
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.
South Shore Locavores
KINGSTON – The South Shore Locavores array is a partnership between a Kingston Public Library and succulent South Shore South Coast magazine. This year, a array is hosted by a Kingston Council on Aging and a Kingston Public Library Foundation as partial of a new collaboration. See a list of Locavores programs for this deteriorate on a succulent South Shore South Coast website. Topics and plcae might spasmodic be changed. The library compiles themed apparatus lists for any Locavores session, and there are always doorway prizes.
Attendees are invited to take a plate to share. There will be time during a mangle and finish of a assembly for munching and mingling. To assistance quarrel craving on a South Shore, there is 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.
Pesticide ostracism regulations
PLYMOUTH — Plymouth County Mosquito Control Project is providing a following state regulations to any people who wish to have their ability legally released from insecticide applications used in butterfly control.
The Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources regulations mention a following:
n Such focus is done by a chairman vital on, or legally in control of pronounced property.
n The focus contingency be sent in a form of a approved minute to a metropolitan clerk’s bureau by Mar 1, annually.
n The minute contingency embody a name, residence and write series of a chairman creation a request.
n The minute contingency embody a residence of a ability to be excluded.
n The minute should embody a outline of a forms of insecticide focus programs for that ostracism is requested.
For some-more information, go to plymouthmosquito.org and name No Spray from a menu list.
Plymouth schools find incapacity identification
PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth School Department is obliged for identifying any child residents of Plymouth who might have a disability, regardless of a astringency of that disability. It is also a shortcoming of Plymouth Public Schools to weigh those students to establish that are authorised for special preparation or associated services underneath a Individuals with Disabilities Education Act or 603 CMR 28, Massachusetts Special Education Regulations. Plymouth’s open schools are committed to locating those children before their third birthday in sequence to yield early involvement services for children 3 and 4 years old.
Residents who have questions or concerns per their child’s growth and would like to have their preschool child screened can call Mary Mello, a executive of a Mount Pleasant Developmental Preschool, during 508-830-4347 for an appointment.
Residents with children already enrolled in kindergarten by class 12 whose pediatrician thinks should be evaluated to establish eligibility for special preparation services should make that ask in essay to a principal of a child’s school. Include child’s name, residence and date of birth, as good as a parents’ name and write series and a brief outline of concerns.
The following is a travel inventory that identifies that propagandize is in that community: plymouth.k12.ma.us/uploaded/Depts/Accountability_Measurement/FY14_Street_Listing.pdf.
Heidrea for Heroes’ Incline Corps
PLYMOUTH — Heidrea for Heroes has launched Incline Corps, a monthly aptness module for veterans, First eventuality was from 6:30 to 7:15 p.m. Mar 22 during Live Life Believe Fitness Center, 10 Cordage Park Circle, Plymouth. This giveaway module facilities a organisation examination and a amicable hour following with food and drinks from 7:15 to 8 p.m.
J.C. Jasa, a approved aptness trainer, MMA fighting manager and Marine Corps veteran, will lead a examination that combines strength, conditioning, plyometrics and some elements of fighting churned in. All aptness levels are welcome, and a examination will be mutated to fit individuals.
Drop-ins are welcome, though modernized sign-ups are appreciated. For information: 774-773-3951; firstname.lastname@example.org; heidrea4heroes.org.
VNA Care seeks hospice volunteers
PLYMOUTH — VNA Care, a nonprofit home health and hospice organization, is seeking volunteers to yield fraternisation patients and remit time for family members. A clever need exists for volunteers who are accessible during a day, are bilingual, or can yield pet or strain therapy. No prior knowledge is necessary. VNA Hospice Care provides training and ongoing support to all volunteers. Interested residents should call 781-569-2811 or revisit vnacare.org.
Outdoor Plymouth Farmers’ Market
PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth Farmers’ Market is reason outside in a summer from 2:30 to 6:30 p.m. Thursdays during Plimoth Plantation, 137 Warren Ave. Residents can join over 40 producer-only vendors from 2:30 to 6:30 p.m. any Thursday and learn locally grown foods; farmers embody 4 approved organic; food-makers; artisans; and internal musicians. The outward deteriorate runs from Jun ough a finish of October, sleet or shine, on a grassy margin during Plimoth Plantation’s River Street entrance. For information, revisit www.plymouthfarmersmarket.org.
Indoor Plymouth Farmers’ Market
PLYMOUTH —The Plymouth Farmers’ Market indoor deteriorate runs from Nov to May, from 2:30 to 6:30 p.m. a second Thursday of a month, during Plimoth Plantation, 137 Warren Ave., Plymouth. Featured are informal farmers and artisans. Shoppers are speedy to take their possess selling bags or baskets if possible. Homemade and reusable selling bags will be accessible for purchase. EBT/SNAP/debit/credit cards and WIC are welcome. The marketplace is giveaway and open to a public, year round. See www.plymouthfarmersmarket.org for details.
Thrifty Lily to pierce locations
PLYMOUTH — The Thrifty Lily, a preservation emporium run by volunteers of St. Kateri Tekakwitha Church located during 140 South Meadow Road, Plymouth, will pierce to another plcae in December. The emporium will pierce opposite a parking to a other side of a church. The final day a emporium will be open for a month is from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Nov. 5. A relocating sale will be reason featuring a 30-Minute Madness Sale, where a certain organisation of equipment will be forsaken to low prices. A bake sale will be held, and earrings, rings, necklaces and sets, all benefaction boxed and new, all with semi-precious stones some argent and 14k will be sold.
SaEF announces new SaberK course
PLYMOUTH — SaEF, a South Shore Fencing Club, announced a new SaberK march for children 7 1/2 by 9 1/2 from 2 to 3 p.m. Nov. 13 during Beal House of a Unitarian Universalist Church, 222 Main St., Kingston.
The march will learn a basis of Saber Fencing regulating a cosmetic saber and a genuine face mask. Older siblings, relatives or grandparents are speedy to learn alongside a child. After a initial 7 hours, additional courses of same length will be offering until ability levels are reached enabling graduation to possibly steel sabers or foils. For details, call 508-747-5803 or email Fencing_SaEF1@verizon.net.