Plymouth news briefs, Oct. 21
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DPW seeks Christmas tree
PLYMOUTH — The Department of Public Works Tree Division is seeking a concession of a 20- to 40-foot Christmas tree to be placed in a downtown area for a Christmas Holiday Season. If someone has a Christmas tree they would be peaceful to benefaction and have a deputy tree or dual planted, hit a city of Plymouth Parks, Forestry Division, 169 Camelot Drive, or call 508-830-4162, ext. 6.
Thrifty Lily hosts autumn sale
PLYMOUTH — The Thrifty Lily, 126 S. Meadow Road, is hosting an autumn sale for a month of October. All Halloween costumes and decorations are now half cost and new tumble and Thanksgiving equipment are now refilling a shelves. Girls clothing, distance 3-18 months, are $2 any and boys 3-24 months two-for-$1.
The emporium is open from 3 to 5 p.m. Mondays; from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesdays and Thursdays; and from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on a initial Saturday of a month.
Hazardous rubbish collections
PLYMOUTH — South Shore Recycling Cooperative towns will horde domicile dangerous rubbish collections this tumble and all will take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on a following days:
Oct. 21: Plymouth DPW, 169 Camelot Drive.
Nov. 4: Weymouth DPW,120 Winter St.
Nov. 18: Middleborough Town Hall parking lot, 10 Nickerson Ave.
For details, including excusable materials and authorization/payment requirements, revisit http://ssrcoop.info and click on “Hazardous Waste.” Go to a specific Town Hall for a flyer, or call 781-329-8318.
Plymouth Lodge to horde open house
PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth Lodge AF AM, 116 South Meadow Road., will horde a village open residence from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 21 for residents who competence be meddlesome in joining. Freemasonry provides opportunities for fellowship, charity, credentials and caring while formulating loyalty and bargain between organisation though courtesy to their nationality, religion, race, credentials or opinion.
SSCAC Pumpkin Run
PLYMOUTH — The South Shore Community Action Council will horde a third annual 5K Pumpkin Run/Walk during 9:30 a.m. on Oct. 21 during Mayflower Brewing Company, 12 Resnik Road in a Plymouth Industrial Park.
Proceeds from a Pumpkin Run/Walk will advantage SSCAC’s Food Resources Program that fights craving on a South Shore by provision a half million pounds of puncture food to over 50 soup kitchens, food pantries, facile schools, Meals on Wheels, homeless shelters and more.
The Pumpkin Run will embody an coming by Gobbles, a mascot for a Plymouth Pilgrims ball team, children’s humanities and crafts and face-painting. Post-race refreshments from Mayflower Brewing and other area businesses will be accessible for sampling and purchase. Teams of 10 or some-more accept ignored registration and will be treated to VIP tents. OCM Managing Editor Scott Smith will offer as master of ceremonies.
For information and to register, revisit http://sscac.org/pumpkinrun.
National Nut Day Sale
PLYMOUTH — Residents are invited to applaud National Nut Day with a sale from Oct. 21 during Christ Church Thrift Shoppe, 149 Court St. A three-for-one sale will be offering on men’s clothing, only coats and jackets, while all women’s wardrobe will be 50 percent off.
The preservation emporium carries a brew of kindly used wardrobe for women and men; 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; 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.
Black Feather Horse Rescue dress party
PLYMOUTH– Black Feather Horse Rescue will reason a annual Halloween dress jubilee from 6 to 10 p.m. Oct. 21 during a Plymouth VFW, 22 Seven Hills Road. This is a family-friendly eventuality that will embody raffles, a doorway prize, song with DJ Dave, refreshments and a income bar.
Entry costs $10 per adult and $5 per child. Children ages 5 and younger are free. All deduction advantage a animals during a rescue. For some-more information, call 508-951-4685.
Events during The Spire
PLYMOUTH – The Spire Center for Performing Arts presents heterogeneous celebration 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.
Oct. 21: David Wilcox, 8 p.m., $25.
Oct. 27-28: “Don’t Drink a Water” presented by Plymouth Community Theater, 8 p.m., $20 ubiquitous admission; $18 students and seniors
Oct. 29: “Don’t Drink a Water” presented by Plymouth Community Theater, 3 p.m., $20 ubiquitous admission; $18 students and seniors
Nov. 3-4: “Don’t Drink a Water” presented by Plymouth Community Theater, 8 p.m., $20 ubiquitous admission; $18 students and seniors
Nov. 5: “Don’t Drink a Water” presented by Plymouth Community Theater, 3 p.m., $20 ubiquitous admission; $18 students and seniors
Nov. 17: Mary Fahl, 8 p.m., $25
Carver Farmers’ Market
CARVER — The Carver Farmers’ Market runs from noon to 4 p.m. any Sunday until Oct. 29 in Shurtleff Park, on Route 58 opposite from a Carver Town Hall. The marketplace facilities uninformed fruits and vegetables, jams and jellies, baked goods, live lobsters, honey, uninformed eggs, wine, unresolved baskets, annuals and perennials, herbs, shrubs, crafts, food vendors, live song and more. Admission is free. For information, call 508-866-2428 or 508-944-3194.
Fall Classic Juried Art Show
PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth Guild is hosting a 50th annual Juried Art Show and Festival by Nov. 5 during Plymouth Center for a Arts, 11 North St.
Categories embody Drawing Pastel, Oil/Acrylic, Watercolor, Sculpture, Mixed Media, Printmaking, Color Photography, Black and White Photography and Fine Crafts. For information, revisit http://artsplymouth.org.
This year a Fall Classic Juried Art Show is a special jubilee of a humanities in a community. The Plymouth Guild has a prolonged tradition of presenting this art show, and this year a guild will be distinguished for a efforts for gripping village humanities alive for 50 years.
Residents are asked to send any stories or photos of past Juried Art Shows around a website, http://artsplymouth.org, or by mail to Attn: AJAS, 11 North St., Plymouth MA 02360.
Below are scheduled events designed with dates and times. Some events are ticketed events so revisit a website for some-more information or call 508-746-7222.
Ensemble Chamarre: 3 p.m. Oct. 22
Jazz Concert with Rick Hammett Friends, featuring Rebecca Parris: 7 p.m. Oct. 28
Young during Art Exhibit: Oct. 30-Nov. 4
Dr. Joseph Grant bureau usurpation whirly plant donations
PLYMOUTH – To assist a victims of hurricanes Harvey and Irma, a bureau of Dr. Joseph J. Grant, OD, Suite 6, 159 Samoset St., will accept donations for kindly ragged medication eyeglasses and sunglasses, nonprescription sunglasses, over-the-counter reading eyeglasses and hit lenses that are within their genocide dates and still in their foils. Donations can be forsaken during a office. For information, call a bureau during 508-746-1990.
PLYMOUTH — The city of Plymouth’s hometown cleanup is scheduled for Nov. 4 with a sleet date of Nov. 5.
Residents are asked to benefaction a few minutes, or maybe an hour or dual of time to assistance collect adult spawn from playgrounds, sidewalks, beaches and parks. Groups will accumulate all over town, from North Plymouth to Cedarville.
Litter is put into purple cosmetic bags that will be picked adult during designated locations by a Department of Public Works. To join in this effort, hit Patrick Farah during Town Hall, 508-747-1620, ext., 204, or email@example.com. Inform Farah of a elite area to purify or elite organisation to join. Arrange to collect adult purple bags. Purple bags are accessible Oct. 23-Nov. 3 during a Plymouth Public Library, 132 South St., during normal operative hours.
Aero Club annual meeting
PLYMOUTH — The Aero Club will horde a annual assembly during 6:30 p.m. Oct. 23 during a offices of AvWatch, Gate 6 during Plymouth Municipal Airport, 246 South Meadow Road. The assembly will embody of a smorgasboard dinner, beer, booze and coffee.
The featured orator will be Paul Worcester, a Plymouth Aero Club member with an aviation background. His many accomplishments embody a 30-year career holding authority positions in a Air National Guard, including Wing Commander for a 102nd Fighter Wing during Otis Air National Guard Base. During this period, he also logged some-more than 3,000 hours in jet fighters. He is now with Tetra Tech AMT of Arlington, Virginia, assisting a FAA pattern navigation systems.
Attendees will also be introduced to a dual immature airmen who are being awarded this year’s Aero Club scholarships.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org with a jubilee name, count and if a vegetarian plate is requested. Cost is $30 per chairman payable during a door.
Project Outreach Program drop-in date
PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth Police Department has announced a subsequent date for Project Outreach’s village drop-in centers, from 5 to 9 p.m. Oct. 24 during New Testament Church, 1120 Long Pond Road. The drop-in centers are designed to residence ongoing battles with opioid square abuse.
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 Center for a Arts girl art show
PLYMOUTH — Plymouth Center for a Arts, 11 North St., will reason registration for a annual girl art uncover from 3 to 7 p.m. Oct. 25 during a center. Cost is $5 per piece. The girl art uncover will be reason from Oct. 30-Nov. 4.
This uncover is open to all artists, ages 16-18, in all towns. Any core or thesis in 2D or 3D will be accepted. No some-more than dual pieces per artist. Max distance is 38 inches in possibly direction. This square contingency be titled, framed and prepared to hang.
For information, email Jackie Hill during cbhjah@comcast .net.
Pilgrim Hall Museum Oct Lecture Series
PLYMOUTH — Pilgrim Hall Museum, 75 Court St., announced a Oct Lecture Series, sponsored by Mutual Bank. Doors open during 6:30 p.m. where refreshments will be served. The lectures start during 7 p.m., unless differently noted. All lectures are giveaway and open to a public, however, a $5 concession is suggested.
Oct. 25: “Four Lots, Four Centuries.” Architect Bill Fornaciari, questioner of Plymouth’s forgotten, demolished or dark ancestral buildings, illuminates a expansion of a town’s oldest intersection.
Seating is accessible on a initial come, initial seated basis. For some-more information, hit Museum Executive Director Donna Curtin during email@example.com or 508-746-1620, ext. 2.
Plymouth Farmers’ Market
PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Farmers’ Market takes place sleet or gleam from 2:30 to 6:30 p.m. any Thursday by Oct during Plimoth Plantation, located during 137 Warren Ave., off Exit 4 South in Plymouth.
Managed by rancher Dave Purpura, renter of Plato’s Harvest Organic Farm, a Market facilities organic produce, seafood, pork, beef, chicken, goat and handmade cheese, along with prepared-food vendors and crafters. You’ll hear live music, and kids activities lift a knowledge with Miss Margaret from Plymouth Public Library hosting Plymouth Story Time during 4 p.m. The Market also facilities face painting, balloon animals and proxy tattoos for kids. Massage therapists perform chair massage and internal cooks offer discernment into plate preparation. The Market accepts WIC EBT cards, SNAP advantages and food stamps. For some-more information revisit plymouthfarmersmarket.org.
‘Don’t Drink a Water’
PLYMOUTH– The Plymouth Community Theatre will benefaction Woody Allen’s “Don’t Drink The Water” during a Spire Center for a Performing Arts, 25 1/2 Court St., Plymouth. The uncover will be achieved during 8 p.m. Oct. 27 and 28 and Nov. 3 and 4, and during 3 p.m. Oct. 29 and Nov. 5.
Set during a core of a Cold War, The Hollanders from New Jersey take a European vacation and find themselves reason behind a Iron Curtain, mistaken for spies. Phil Markella will approach this performance.
Tickets cost $20 ubiquitous admission, $18 for students and seniors. The museum recommends shopping tickets in advance, yet a box bureau will be open 30 mins before to showtime. All seating is initial come, initial served. Parking meters outward a museum are monitored until 7 p.m., so a museum recommends that those nearing early move change. For some-more information and to squeeze tickets, revisit http://plymouthcommunitytheatre.net. Tickets are accessible online during http://brownpapertickets.com/event/3074948.
Plymouth COA tumble qualification fair
PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth Council on Aging, 44 Nook Road, will horde a tumble qualification satisfactory from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 28. Handcrafted equipment will be for sale as good as baked goods. Refreshments will be accessible all day. Vendors are being sought for this event. Anyone meddlesome in being a businessman can call Gloria during 508-746-5133.
PSHS to horde mattress fundraiser
PLYMOUTH — Plymouth South High School will horde a second annual mattress fundraiser from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 28 during a PSHS gym, 490 Long Pond Road. Every squeeze advantages a football and hearten programs.
All sizes and styles are available, such as firm, pillow-top, orthopedic and more. All mattresses are code new with full bureau warranties. Layaway and smoothness options are available. For information, revisit http://facebook.com/customfundraisingsoluationsboston or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do we have dark treasures?
PLYMOUTH – You can learn your dark treasures and support a Plymouth Philharmmonic Orchestra during a same time.
A organisation of tip appraisers will be on palm to weigh and value your objects of seductiveness – including Stephen Fletcher of Antiques Roadshow celebrity and executive clamp boss of Skinner Inc.
The eventuality takes place from 1 to 4 p.m. Oct. 28 during The Plymouth Exchange, 44 Main St. in downtown Plymouth. An estimation price of $10 per object will be charged and will go directly to a Phil. Consignments will also be accepted; 20 percent of any income warranted by The Exchange as a outcome of this eventuality will advantage a Phil.
Large equipment or collections might be forsaken off in allege by pursuit The Exchange during 774-283-4697.
Boy Scout Troop 1620 to horde pancake breakfast
PLYMOUTH — Boy Scout Troop 1620 will horde a pancake breakfast from 8 to 11 a.m. Oct. 29 during a John Alden Club, 16 Minuteman Lane. The cost is $5 per person. Children who dress in dress will accept a goodie bag.
Plymouth Salvation Army events
PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth Salvation Army, 8 Carver St., will horde a following arriving events:
Harvest Party: Oct. 31. There will be games, prizes and food. Thanksgiving and Christmas assistance sign-ups: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Nov. 1-2 and 6 to 8 p.m. Nov. 7. Attendees will need a print ID, explanation of address, explanation of income, a birth certificate of all children 12 and younger and explanation of guardianship.
Celebrate Recovery: 1 p.m. Thursdays following lunch.
SSCPP usurpation nominations for Health Literacy Award
PLYMOUTH — In respect of health preparation month and in line with a ongoing concentration of health literacy, South Shore Community Partners in Prevention will respect a internal sold or classification in a village to acknowledge their superb contributions done in a area of health literacy.
Nominations will be supposed by Oct. 31. SSCPP is looking to brand village members and organizations who are assisting to urge health communications, stealing barriers to health, and who have had success in a areas of building new programs, services or supports to urge a health preparation of people in a SSCPP catchment area of Carver, Duxbury, Halifax, Hanover, Hanson, Kingston, Marshfield, Pembroke, Plymouth, Plympton and Rockland; augmenting recognition of a concepts of health preparation in a region; enchanting a medical attention in a health preparation movement, generally internal agencies and institutions; motivating health caring professionals to try health preparation and their purpose in improving it; providing superb support to a South Shore Health Literacy Initiative in achieving a goals; and enchanting special and exposed populations as partners in enhancing health communications.
For some-more information and to contention a nomination, revisit http://chna23.org/latestnews.
PCOC, Heidrea for Heroes to horde Vet-Work event
PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth Chamber of Commerce and Heidrea for Heroes will horde Vet-Work, a giveaway pursuit tie mixer for veterans and Military spouses, from 4 to 7 p.m. Nov. 7 during Memorial Hall, 83 Court St.
This giveaway eventuality connects job-seeking veterans and spouses with internal companies who are employing and value a work ethic and caring ability inbred in so many of a veterans. Unlike a normal pursuit fair, this is meant to be a amicable mixer total with practice resources in a far-reaching operation of industry. The mixer lends a eventuality to accommodate with internal South Shore Business leaders and bond with associate veterans.
All attendees will accept a giveaway raffle sheet for a far-reaching operation of prizes. Veterans can also finish an focus on-site to accept a giveaway fit for speak functions by Heidrea for Heroes’ Suit UP program. All attendees are speedy to move copies of their resume. Complimentary hors d’oeuvres and a income bar will also be provided.
Advance registration is requested by Nov. 3 during http://plymouthchamber.com; walk-in attendees are also welcome.
PLYMOUTH — The Greater Plymouth Council of Human Services Agencies will horde a Legislative Breakfast from 8:30 a.m. to noon Nov. 3 during a Plymouth Public Library, 132 South St. Light refreshments will be served. Parking is free.
Keynote Speakers are from Project Outreach: Plymouth Police Chief Michael E. Botieri and Captain John W. Rogers Jr. The Legislative Breakfast will be an interactive sell of ideas with legislators to residence a stream severe issues that impact communities today, generally a opioid obsession crisis.
The Greater Plymouth Council of Human Services Agencies meets monthly, only during Jul and August. Their thought is to protection effective partnership and communication among tellurian services agencies, to consider existent and rising amicable needs in a village and to attend in legislative advocacy on issues applicable to tellurian services and a race they serve.
All are invited to attend. For serve information, call 508-732-9292, ext. 134, or around email email@example.com.
Plymouth Antiquarian Society 98th annual assembly
PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth Antiquarian Society will horde a 98th annual assembly and cooking during 5:30 p.m. Nov. 3 during Plymouth Country Club, 221 Warren Ave.
Residents are invited to a annual business assembly and dinner, that will be followed by a special arrangement by J. Ritchie Garrison on “Four Kitchens: Reorganizing Domestic Life in Early Modern America, 1800-1850.” Explore a growth of 19th-century kitchens by 4 box studies, including a Maybury House on Newfield Street in Plymouth, a George Read House in New Castle, Delaware, and dual houses in Northfield. Garrison is a executive of a Winterthur Program in American Material Culture and a highbrow of story during a University of Delaware. His many new book, “Two Carpenters: Architecture and Building in Early New England, 1799-1859,” won a Historic New England Book Prize in 2007.
Dinner smorgasboard includes salads, rolls, roasted potatoes, vegetables, Chicken Venecia, smothered fry beef, dessert, coffee and tea.
Cost is $35 per chairman for members and nonmembers. Reservations are required; call 508-746-0012 or email firstname.lastname@example.org by Oct. 27. Reservations might also be done around PayPal during http://plymouthantiquariansociety.org. Reservations are nonrefundable.
ALS Association tumble symposium
PLYMOUTH — The ALS Association, Massachusetts Chapter, will reason a tumble conference from 12:30 to 4 p.m. Nov. 4 during Hotel 1620, Plymouth Harbor, 180 Water St. The eventuality is free, due to sponsorship support.
The conference starts with check-in starting during 12:30 p.m. At 1 p.m., an educational module will begin, with topics including nominal therapies, presented by Old Colony Palliative Care, and protected transfers with Kevin Nadeau of Procare Medical.
The conference is for all of a ALS village of families, friends and staff. Refreshments and eventuality for socialization are included. Space is singular and RSVP is required. To haven a spot, email Karen.Baker@als-ma.org or call 888-287-3257.
The ALS Association Massachusetts Chapter’s thought is to lead a quarrel to heal and yield ALS by tellurian cutting-edge research, and to commission people with Lou Gehrig’s Disease and their families to live fuller lives by providing them with merciful caring and support.
First Baptist Church qualification fair
PLYMOUTH — A qualification satisfactory will be reason from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 4 during First Baptist Church, 41 Westerly Road. Space is available. Tables are supposing for $30 per table; crafters who wish to move their possess list might do so for $25 per table. Call 508-747-3114 to haven space. A deposition of $15 is required.
Great Island Artisans Guild Holiday Arts Craft Fair
PLYMOUTH — The Great Island Artisans Guild will horde a Holiday Arts Craft Fair from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 4 during a Great Island Overlook Clubhouse, 149 Great Island Road, and will underline a work of artisans from a Pinehills village and beyond.
This uncover will embody strange paintings, photography, sea potion art, quilts, totes, handmade soaps and lotions, palm embellished children’s step stools and personalized plaques, knitted scarves, paper crafts, pottery, singular jewelry, toffee, jams, chutneys, fine-crafted woodworking, prints, palm sewn kitchen items, cards and other items. Every half hour, $25 benefaction certificates will be given divided and can be used during any counter during a qualification show.
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 song via 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.
Tour Burial Hill
PLYMOUTH – Each year by 2020, Pilgrim Hall Museum and 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 Hall Museum Executive Director Donna Curtin as debate leaders, pity their sold 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 tour; 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.
Lobster Pub Crawl
PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth Area Chamber of Commerce and Benchmark Mortgage will benefaction a initial Lobster Pub Crawl from 3 to 9:30 p.m. Nov. 4.
The yield is designed to incorporate Chamber member businesses with a Chamber’s open art display; a Plymouth Lobster Crawl. The eventuality is designed to follow a timeline with 45-minute stops during any plcae and revisit 15 of a 29 lobsters along a way.
Pub-crawlers will sip on internal beers and signature cocktails while observation a largest open art arrangement in Plymouth. Pub-crawlers will accept a central T-shirt, bag, wristband and koozie with registration. Limited to 100 crawlers.
To learn about sponsorship opportunities, hit a Chamber bureau during 508-830-1620 or email Meg@plymouthchamber.com, Amy@plymouthchamber.com or Bob@plymouthchamber.com.
Jordan Hospital Club to benefaction Hopefest
PLYMOUTH– The Jordan Hospital Club will benefaction Hopefest during 7 p.m. Nov. 4 during Hotel 1620, 180 Water St., Plymouth. The fest aims to lift supports and recognition about a significance of behavioral health and substance-use formation and peer-to-peer recovery.
Funds lifted will support Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Plymouth’s Integrated Healthcare and Substance Use Collaborative and a Plymouth Recovery Center. Tickets cost $125 each. For some-more information and tickets, revisit http://jordanhospitalclub.org.
Fall Fair seeks crafters
PLYMOUTH — Crafters are wanted for a fourth annual Fall Fair to advantage a American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life of Greater Plymouth from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Nov. 5 during a American Legion Post 40, 199 Federal Furnace Road. The qualification satisfactory cabinet is seeking gifted artisans with handmade products. Interested field should email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pilgrim Hall Museum to horde Rebecca Fraser book launch
PLYMOUTH — Author Rebecca Fraser will launch her new publication, “The Mayflower: The Families, a Voyage, and a Founding of America” during 6:30 p.m. Nov. 7 during Pilgrim Hall Museum, 75 Court St. This eventuality is sponsored by The Pinehills and will start with light refreshments. The harangue will start during 7 p.m.
A researcher and journalist, Fraser illuminates a practice of an English family who crossed a sea and staid in a new world. The dusk includes author’s lecture, book signing and 17th-century desirous refreshments. Copies of a book will be accessible for purchase.
The eventuality is open to a public; acknowledgment is $10 per person. Seating is limited; reservations are required. For reservations, hit email@example.com. For some-more information, hit Executive Director Donna Curtin during firstname.lastname@example.org or 508-746-1620, ext. 2.
Plymouth Garden Club Nov meeting
PLYMOUTH — The subsequent Meeting of The Plymouth Garden Club will be reason during 1 p.m. Nov. 8 during a Chiltonville Congregational Church, 6 River St. Social time will be reason during 12:15 p.m.
The module will be “Holiday Arrangements From Your Yard” presented by Betty Saunders, past boss of a Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts, who will uncover attendees how to emanate arrangements for a holiday list from equipment found in around a home. Created arrangements will be offering for possibility opportunities. Guests are acquire for a $5 fee. Attendees should move in a horticulture citation from their garden, labeled.
The annual Holiday Greens Sale will be reason from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Dec. 2 during a Plymouth Main Library, 132 South St. Proceeds will advantage a club’s painting programs and extend fund. For information on fasten The Plymouth Garden Club, revisit http://plymouthgardenclub.org.
HLAA to benefaction David Abell
PLYMOUTH — The Hearing Loss Association of America will benefaction David Abell, conference detriment advocate, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Nov. 8 during a Plymouth Public Library, 132 South St.
Abell is an disciple for conference assistive record and other ways of enhancing a conference knowledge of a deaf and tough of hearing. He serves on a Technology Committee of a Rhode Island Commission on a Deaf and Hard of Hearing, and is a conference loop disciple for a Rhode Island State Office of a Hearing Loss Association of America. He’s a late trusts and estates lawyer.
Abell will plead looping and other technologies, such as FM, infrared, and WiFi streaming. Real-time captioning will be provided. For serve information about conference loss, revisit http://hearingloss.org.
American Red Cross to reason blood drive
PLYMOUTH — The American Red Cross will horde a blood expostulate from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 10 during Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Plymouth, 275 Sandwich St. To make an appointment to give blood, download a Red Cross Blood Donor App, revisit redcrossblood.org or call 800-733-2767.
Habitat for Humanity comedy fundraiser
PLYMOUTH — Loretta Laroche Productions will horde a comedy fundraiser to advantage Habitat for Humanity, Stand Up for Vets, during 8 p.m. Nov. 10 during Plymouth Memorial Hall, 83 Court St.
Audiences will get a eventuality to uncover their appreciation for veterans with a night featuring Lenny Clarke and Christine Hurley. The dusk will be hosted by WPLM morning man Tom Stewart and deduction will assistance support Veteran Services of Plymouth and Greater Plymouth Habitat for Humanity and a thought of constructing homes for veterans Plymouth. Tickets are accessible online during http://LorettaLarocheProductions.com, or by pursuit 800-316-8559.
American Legion Auxiliary businessman fair
PLYMOUTH — American Legion Auxiliary Post 40, 199 Federal Furnace Road, will horde a businessman satisfactory from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 12. Several jubilee vendors will be in assemblage and raffles will be held. Food will also be available.
Center for Active Living Thanksgiving performance
PLYMOUTH — Folksinger and storyteller Tim Van Egmond will perform for a open unison during 1 p.m. Nov. 15 during a Plymouth Center for Active Living, 44 Nook Road.
This module is upheld in partial by a extend from a Plymouth Cultural Council, a internal organisation that is upheld by a Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state organisation and a Friends of a PCOA.
Van Egmond’s program, “Songs Tales for a Thanksgiving Season” will benefaction a collect of tales, tunes and songs trimming from a comedic to a heart-warming. He accompanies himself on a far-reaching accumulation of normal instruments, including guitar, beaten dulcimer and limberjack.
A proprietor of Montague, Van Egmond has achieved for over 30 years via a country, appearing during hundreds of schools, libraries and village centers, and on a array of radio and radio programs. He has been selected for a New England States Touring Program and a Massachusetts Cultural Council’s Education Program.
For some-more information, call a core during 508-830-4230.
Plymouth Area LWV to benefaction ‘How to Run for Office’
PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth Area League of Women Voters will benefaction a open program, patrician “How to Run for Office” during 7 p.m. Nov. 16 in a new Town Hall Building, 26 Court St.
The module will start with a brief introduction by city clerk Larry Pizer who will pronounce about a authorised mandate of using for office. Following his presentation, a forum will underline 3 Plymouth women who are possibly now in bureau or late from open office: Michelle Badger, stream propagandize cabinet member; Shelagh Joyce, stream Plymouth selectman; and state Sen. Therese Murray, former parliament boss and senator from Plymouth who will share their practice about using for office. The module will interpretation with a arrangement by William Keohan on how to run a campaign.
Comedy for a Cause
PLYMOUTH — South Shore Realtors will horde Comedy for a Cause, benefiting Habitat for Humanity of Greater Plymouth, from 7 to 10 p.m. Nov. 16 during a Knights of Columbus Hall, 48 Schoosett St., Pembroke. Residents are speedy to support veterans by attending this comedy eventuality featuring comedians Christine Hurley, Dan Crohn and Graig Murphy.
Tickets are $30 and can be bought during https://picatic.com/LaughForOurVeterans or during http://SouthShoreRealtors.com, or by pursuit South Shore Realtors during 781-826-5139. Purchase a Blue Star to arrangement during a eventuality to respect a maestro who is now portion or returned home or a Gold Star to respect a depressed warrior.
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 song starts during noon, with communication during 12:45 p.m. and an open mic during 1:15 p.m.
Nov. 19: Everett Hogaland and Rene Schwiesow
Dec. 3: Myles Gordon and Renee Summers
PLYMOUTH — The Pilgrim Progress will take place during 10 a.m. Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 23, beginning during a Mayflower Society House, 4 Winslow St. Costumed participants, many of whom are from a city of Plymouth and a surrounding communities, as good as visitors to a area, paint a 51 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. After a brief ceremony service, a impetus will continue down by city on Main Street, finale during a Mayflower Society House on North Street.
The Plymouth Rock Foundation and The General Society of Mayflower Descendants are sponsors of this event. The eventuality is also saved in partial by a Town of Plymouth Promotions Fund. For some-more information, hit email@example.com.
Plymouth-Carver Class of 1983 reunion
The 35th reunion for the Plymouth-Carver Class of 1983 will be held Aug. 3-5, 2018, during a Garibaldi Club in Plymouth. Plans are underway. For information: plymouthcarver1983.com; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mayflower Society tours
PLYMOUTH — The Mayflower Society House is located during 4 Winslow St. in downtown Plymouth. The Mayflower Society is open for a deteriorate with tours daily from 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. The cost for tours is $7 for adults and $5 for teenagers and seniors. Children, military, Plymouth residents and multitude members are free.
Plymouth Bay Cultural District seeks support
PLYMOUTH — As an all-volunteer committee, a Plymouth Bay Cultural District has designed many initiatives to broach some-more good programs and events to a region. The Cultural District is seeking for donations to assistance a cause. Visit a Go Fund Me page during https://gofundme.com/plymouth-bay-cultural-district.
First Parish seeks debate guides
PLYMOUTH — Residents who are meddlesome in story and design are speedy to proffer as a debate beam for Friends of First Parish Meetinghouse, 19 Town Square.
Tours will be reason between 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. any Saturday by Oct. 28. The Meetinghouse celebrates a Pilgrim story by a Norman architecture, humanities and crafts interior and stained potion windows that tell a Pilgrim story.
Training is provided. For some-more information, call 508-747-1606 or email email@example.com.
Pilgrim Hall Museum matrimony exhibit
PLYMOUTH — Pilgrim Hall Museum presents “Wedding 396: Four Centuries of Wedding Fashion in Plymouth 1621-2016” by Dec. 30.
The vaunt will try a expansion of New England matrimony styles over scarcely 4 centuries, commencement with a re-imagining of a really initial Plymouth Colony matrimony in 1621. Just weeks after Mayflower passengers Edward Winslow and Susanna White mislaid their spouses to illness during a colony’s initial formidable winter, they remarried to reconstruct their families together. The bride did not wear white. “Wedding 396” looks during changing nuptial conform before and after a arise of a white robe and questions assumptions about long-standing matrimony traditions. The vaunt centers on a arrangement of selected and antique matrimony gowns reflecting New England’s diversity, with multimedia displays of real-life matrimony images from a past 150 years.
“Wedding 396” traces other etiquette including a wearing of veils, tossing a bouquet, jumping a brush and a divinatory energy of matrimony cake. The matrimony muster is done probable by a sponsorship of Eastern Bank and Tracy Chevrolet Cadillac, with additional support of Market Basket, Mirbeau Inn Spa Pinehills and Pioppi’s Package Store. For some-more information, hit Donna D. Curtin, executive director, during firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 sold 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 benefaction 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.
Nathan Hale welcomes veterans
PLYMOUTH – Nathan Hale Veterans Outreach Center hosts giveaway coffee hours for veterans from 1 to 3 p.m. any Friday during a trickery during 763 State Road in Plymouth. The core offers coffee, bagels, cake, donuts and other pastries. Friday is bakery day during a center, so veterans can collect adult giveaway bakery products and as good as other giveaway food and clothing. Nathan Hale Veterans Outreach Centers provides kindly used clothing, a food cupboard and other giveaway programming during this facility. For some-more information revisit nathanhaleveteransoutreachcenter.com.
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 — “Breaking a Cycle” is an ongoing array and will underline new episodes any month deliberating a drug and opioid widespread inspiring Plymouth and a commonwealth. The uncover will also yield information about a Plymouth County Drug Abuse Task Force and a stairs being holding with internal and state law coercion to residence this issue.
“Breaking a Cycle” can be seen on PACTV’s supervision channels and PACTV’s YouTube Channel during youtu.be/uodCMwW7O98 and PACTV Video Share during youtube.com/user/pactvvideoshare.
The uncover will atmosphere during a following times and dates: 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.
PLYMOUTH — “Register’s Report” has a new partial personification on PACTV’s supervision channels. Host John Buckley, Plymouth County Register of Deeds, talks with John Holmgren of J.K. Holmgren Engineering. Buckley also shares July’s 2017’s housing and debt statistics as good as some chronological land annals from Plymouth County, including one about a Jones River in Kingston.
The uncover is personification now on PACTV’s Government Channels on a following days and times:
11 a.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and 5 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays on Duxbury: Comcast 15 Verizon 39; 11 a.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and 6 p.m. Thursdays on Kingston: Comcast 14 Verizon 41; 11 a.m. Mondays Wednesdays Fridays and 5 p.m. Thursdays on Pembroke: Comcast 15; 11 a.m. Mondays Wednesdays Fridays and 2:30 p.m. Mondays and Fridays.
The partial is also accessible on PACTV’s YouTube Channel, PACTV Video Share: https://youtu.be/SK1orGM2Oa4.
PACTV is a nonprofit classification providing Public, Educational and Government Access. Now in a 20th year, PACTV serves a towns of Duxbury, Kingston, Pembroke and Plymouth. For some-more information about PACTV, revisit http://pactv.org.
PLYMOUTH — State Rep. Matt Muratore, R-Plymouth, hosts a new partial of “State Matters,” now airing on PACTV’s Plymouth Government Channel. Guest Bob Hollis, owner and boss of a Plymouth Recovery Center, discusses a organization’s purpose in assisting those who humour from drug addiction.
The uncover can be seen during 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and during 6 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays on a Plymouth Government Channels, Comcast 15/Verizon 47.
The partial is also accessible on PACTV’s YouTube Channel, PACTV Video Share during https://youtu.be/6_Sa4Rjp0oM. PACTV is a nonprofit classification providing Public and Government entrance to a city of Plymouth. Now in a 20th year, PACTV serves a towns of Duxbury, Kingston, Pembroke and Plymouth. For some-more information about PACTV revisit http://pactv.org.
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 plan constructed by PACTV, is now using on a open entrance channel. PACTV’s Donna Rodriguez is a host. The uncover focuses on a building blocks of vibrant, nurturing, healthy communities and how to entrance collection to urge a peculiarity of a lives of everybody in a community. The uncover can be seen on PACTV’s open entrance 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 before episodes or to find out some-more about PCN, revisit www.pactv.org/pcn.
PLYMOUTH – Cafe COA front on PACTV supervision entrance channels Comast 15/Verizon 47. The episodes are accessible on a PACTV Vieo Share Channel on You Tube:www.youtube.com/watch?v=t6XPCCqfogk.
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 lift participants’ vocalization and caring 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. For arriving assembly dates and information, see ediblesouthshore.com or www.kingstonpubliclibrary.org.
Pesticide ostracism regulations
PLYMOUTH — Plymouth County Mosquito Control Project is providing a following state regulations to any people who wish to have their skill legally released from insecticide applications used in butterfly control. The Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources regulations mention a following:
Such focus is done by a chairman vital on, or legally in control of pronounced property.
The focus contingency be sent in a form of a approved minute to a metropolitan clerk’s bureau by Mar 1, annually.
The minute contingency embody a name, residence and write array of a chairman creation a request.
The minute contingency embody a residence of a skill to be excluded.
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 credentials 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 credentials 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 array 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, 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.
Project Outreach Program
PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth Police Department presents Project Outreach Community Drop-In Centers to yield resources for square use disorders. Representatives and coaches from area support agencies will be accessible for assistance. All are invited to dump in.
Drop-In Centers are held at New Hope Chapel, 89 Court St., Plymouth, hosted by Pastor Neil Eaton and New Hope Chapel. For information: 508-830-4218, ext. 440.
Cranberry Hospice in Plymouth seeks volunteers
PLYMOUTH — Cranberry Hospice Palliative Care in Plymouth is seeking volunteers to yield fraternisation and support to patients and their families, burial visits during a time of genocide and to assistance with day-to-day activities such as using errands and providing internal transportation. Also, some volunteers might assistance with ecclesiastic tasks or fundraising activities in a Hospice office. In addition, Cranberry Hospice Palliative Care is also seeking maestro volunteers to support a Veteran’s Program, that places a maestro proffer with maestro patients, and volunteers for a Pediatric Palliative Care Program “Fragile Footprints.”
The Cranberry Hospice organisation and families rest on a loyalty and joining of a volunteers to yield a additional caring and open hearts that they move with them on any revisit and any phone call. Cranberry Hospice provides training.
Training takes place during Cranberry Hospice Palliative Care, 36 Cordage Park Circle, Plymouth. Interested residents should hit Karen Foster, proffer coordinator, during 508-210-5956, or finish an focus and to make an appointment for an speak before to a start of a training.
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.
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 song therapy. No before 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.
Hairs to You
PLYMOUTH —The Hairs to You Project provides haircuts to a homeless race of Plymouth. It is presented by Jeanne Hunter-McCartin as a First Baptist Church Community Outreach. Hunter-McCartin is seeking proffer stylists to get concerned in assisting in a homeless community. Call 781-336-6737.
First Baptist Church sock drive
PLYMOUTH — The First Baptist Church of Plymouth, 41 Westerly Road, is commencement a new overdo for a homeless race of a village called a “Sock It to Me” Drive. New, white jaunty hosiery will be collected to discharge to a homeless once a month during a Hairs to You Project, when giveaway haircuts are provided.
Local churches and businesses will be contacted to ask assistance in fixation a collection boxes during their location. To benefaction hosiery or income towards a drive, call 781-336-6737; checks might be done payable to FBC Sock It to Me Fund.
Entertainment during British Beer Company
PLYMOUTH — British Beer Company, 6 Middle St., provides entertainment. For information, call 508-747-1776 or revisit britishbeer.com/location/plymouth.
Entertainment during British Beer Company
PLYMOUTH — British Beer Company, 2294 State Road, provides entertainment. For information, call 508-747-1776 or revisit britishbeer.com/location/cedarville.