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Thursday, April 20, 2017Community Events

Little Flippers Story Time

Join the National Marine Life Center for a marine animal-themed story time and craft project! Different themes every day (see website). All ages welcome; most suitable for children ages 3-8. Children must be supervised. Program lasts 45-60 minutes.

Cost: Members $3/child/program; Non-members $5/child/program.


When:
Thursday, April 20, 2017 10:00 AM thru 11:00 AM
Where:
National Marine Life Center, 120 Main Street, Buzzards Bay,
MA, 02532
For More Info:
Kathy Zagzebski
5087439888
nmlc@nmlc.org
www.nmlc.org

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Thursday, April 20, 2017Community Events

Patient Update

Learn the stories of the marine animal patients currently in our care from a member of the National Marine Life Center’s Animal Care Team. View our sea turtles and seals via live TV and meet our small turtles in person. Program lasts approximately 15-20 minutes.

Cost: FREE.

 12:00 pm, 2:00 pm, 4:00 pm daily


When:
Thursday, April 20, 2017 12:00 PM thru 04:00 PM
Where:
National Marine Life Center, 120 Main Street, Buzzards Bay,
MA, 02532
For More Info:
Kathy Zagzebski
5087439888
nmlc@nmlc.org
www.nmlc.org

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Thursday, April 20, 2017Community Events

Marine Animal Medical Mystery

What does it take to be a marine animal care technician? What are some of the questions and “mysteries” involved in wildlife rehabilitation? Each day, using models, we'll learn how to care for a different animal (see website for themes). Best suited for ages 8-14. Program lasts 45-60 minutes.

Cost: Members $3/child/program; Non-members $5/child/program.


When:
Thursday, April 20, 2017 1:00 PM thru 02:00 PM
Where:
National Marine Life Center, 120 Main Street, Buzzards Bay,
MA, 02532
For More Info:
Kathy Zagzebski
5087439888
nmlc@nmlc.org
www.nmlc.org

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Thursday, April 20, 2017Community Events

Engineering Design Challenge: Animal Prosthetics

How do you help an animal with an injured or missing limb? What can you do for a turtle with a damaged leg or shell? Discover how technology is being used to help disabled animals, and then complete an engineering challenge to design your own prosthetic device for a marine animal. Best suited for ages 8-14. Program lasts 45-60 minutes.

Cost: Members $3/child/program; Non-members $5/child/program.


When:
Thursday, April 20, 2017 3:00 PM thru 04:00 PM
Where:
National Marine Life Center, 120 Main Street, Buzzards Bay,
MA, 02532
For More Info:
Kathy Zagzebski
5087439888
nmlc@nmlc.org
www.nmlc.org

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Friday, April 21, 2017Community Events

Little Flippers Story Time

Join the National Marine Life Center for a marine animal-themed story time and craft project! Different themes every day (see website). All ages welcome; most suitable for children ages 3-8. Children must be supervised. Program lasts 45-60 minutes.

Cost: Members $3/child/program; Non-members $5/child/program.


When:
Friday, April 21, 2017 10:00 AM thru 11:00 AM
Where:
National Marine Life Center, 120 Main Street, Buzzards Bay,
MA, 02532
For More Info:
Kathy Zagzebski
5087439888
nmlc@nmlc.org
www.nmlc.org

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Friday, April 21, 2017Community Events

Patient Update

Learn the stories of the marine animal patients currently in our care from a member of the National Marine Life Center’s Animal Care Team. View our sea turtles and seals via live TV and meet our small turtles in person. Program lasts approximately 15-20 minutes.

Cost: FREE.

12:00 pm, 2:00 pm, 4:00 pm daily 


When:
Friday, April 21, 2017 12:00 PM thru 04:00 PM
Where:
National Marine Life Center, 120 Main Street, Buzzards Bay,
MA, 02532
For More Info:
Kathy Zagzebski
5087439888
nmlc@nmlc.org
www.nmlc.org

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Friday, April 21, 2017Community Events

Marine Animal Medical Mystery

What does it take to be a marine animal care technician? What are some of the questions and “mysteries” involved in wildlife rehabilitation? Each day, using models, we'll learn how to care for a different animal (see website for themes). Best suited for ages 8-14. Program lasts 45-60 minutes.

Cost: Members $3/child/program; Non-members $5/child/program.


When:
Friday, April 21, 2017 1:00 PM thru 02:00 PM
Where:
National Marine Life Center, 120 Main Street, Buzzards Bay,
MA, 02532
For More Info:
Kathy Zagzebski
5087439888
nmlc@nmlc.org
www.nmlc.org

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Friday, April 21, 2017Community Events

Engineering Design Challenge: Animal Prosthetics

How do you help an animal with an injured or missing limb? What can you do for a turtle with a damaged leg or shell? Discover how technology is being used to help disabled animals, and then complete an engineering challenge to design your own prosthetic device for a marine animal. Best suited for ages 8-14. Program lasts 45-60 minutes.

Cost: Members $3/child/program; Non-members $5/child/program.


When:
Friday, April 21, 2017 3:00 PM thru 04:00 PM
Where:
National Marine Life Center, 120 Main Street, Buzzards Bay,
MA, 02532
For More Info:
Kathy Zagzebski
5087439888
nmlc@nmlc.org
www.nmlc.org

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Saturday, April 22, 2017Community Events

Seal Pup Shower Open House

We’re expecting! Seal pups, that is. Join the National Marine Life Center to celebrate upcoming seal pup season at our April Open House! Explore the Discovery Center, make a marine animal craft, enjoy shower games and refreshments, tour our marine animal hospital and view our sea turtle patients, participate in educational activities.

Admission: $5/person; Members FREE

Or, for Free Admission, Bring a Wishlist Item to help care for seal pups (see website


When:
Saturday, April 22, 2017 10:00 AM thru 02:00 PM
Where:

National Marine Life Center, 120 Main Street, Buzzards Bay, MA, 02532

For More Info:
Kathy Zagzebski
508-743-9888
nmlc@nmlc.org
www.nmlc.org

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Thursday, April 27, 2017Community Events

South Shore Career Center Career Fair

22 companies all looking to hire

paste the URL below in your browser for list of businesses attending

http://www.southshorecareercenters.org/workshopevents/job-fair-emp-recruitments/ 


When:
Thursday, April 27, 2017 1:00 PM thru 03:00 PM
Where:

36 Cordage Park Circle, Plymouth, MA  

 

 

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Saturday, May 06, 2017Community Events

Molly Fitzgerald Fund Presents: John McDermott

Join Memorial Hall and the Molly Fitzgerald Fund as Tenor John McDermott comes to memorial hall to share an evening of music and fun. All ages are welcome. Doors open at 2pm show is at 3pm. All proceeds from the event benefit the Molly Fitsgerald Fund. learn more by visitng www.memorialhall.com or by visitng www.mollyfund.net. Tickets are $30-$35 (processing fees may apply) 

When:
Saturday, May 06, 2017 3:00 PM thru 06:00 PM
Where:
Plymouth Memorial Hall, Plymouth MA 02360
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Sunday, May 07, 2017Community Events

Feet, Fins, & Flippers 5K

Use your FEET to help our FINNED and FLIPPERED friends! Join runners, walkers, and animal-lovers in a 5K run/walk to raise money for the National Marine Life Center! This is a fun, family oriented event.

The race begins at the Buzzards Bay Village Park, at the west end of Main Street next to the train station. The flat, scenic course travels down and back along the beautiful Cape Cod Canal. Ample parking is available. There will be a water station along the route accessible in both directions.

Prizes will be awarded to male and female runners in each of six age groups: Neonate (12 and under), Pup (13-19), Yearling (20-29), Juvenile (30-39), Sub-Adult (40-49), Adult (50-59), and Senior (60+). Prizes will also be awarded to overall male and female winners.

Visit www.nmlc.org for directions and additional information!

Registration: $25 in advance, $35 day of


When:
Sunday, May 07, 2017 9:00 AM thru 11:00 AM
Where:

National Marine Life Center, 120 Main Street, Buzzards Bay, MA, 02532

For More Info:
Kathy Zagzebski
508-743-9888
nmlc@nmlc.org
www.nmlc.org

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Sunday, May 14, 2017Community Events

A Mothers Hope 5K

A Mothers Hope 5K
A Mothers Day Walk/Run supporting families battling drug and alcohol addiction

When:
Sunday, May 14, 2017 9:00 AM thru 11:00 AM
Where:
Nelson Park

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Monday, May 15, 2017Community Events

BLS for Healthcare Providers

BLS—Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers is an American Heart Association certification course for nurses and other healthcare professionals. The cost is $55. Pre-registration is required one day prior to class date. Please visit our website www.healthednewengland.com or call (800) 434-6000.


When:
Monday, May 15, 2017 6:00 PM thru 10:00 PM
Where:

Tarkiln Community Center

245 Summer Street

Duxbury, MA 02332 

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Thursday, May 18, 2017Community Events

Maureen Hancock Postcards from Heaven

Join Maureen Hancock for the most unique family reunion ever witnessed. "Postcards from Heaven" will leave you with hope, and the knowledge that our loved ones in Heaven are still with us. This event offers: Three Tier seating to choose from: VIP, General and Low Balcony VIP includes stage side reserved seating sections and a post show Q&A session with Maureen Hancock A cash bar Live Entertainment on stage from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Nearby Plymouth restaurants to enjoy before or after the show! Doors open at 5:30 p.m., Event: 6:30-8:30 p.m. -Not everyone will receive a reading...Appropriate for ages 14+, no infants... Please purchase carefully, there are no refunds and tickets once purchased are non transferable

When:
Thursday, May 18, 2017 6:30 PM thru 08:30 PM
Where:
Plymouth Memorial Hall 
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Saturday, May 20, 2017Community Events

Step Up and Stop Hunger


When:
Saturday, May 20, 2017 8:30 AM thru 04:30 PM
Where:

The Littleton Area Senior Center (LASC) is again hosting the Annual Walkathon to raise vital funds for Meals on Wheels.  The Step Up · Stop Hunger 2017 Meals on Wheels Walkathon will take place on Saturday, May 20th, 2017, at the Littleton Area Senior Center at 77 Riverglen Lane in Littleton, NH.  


Staff, volunteers, and friends from the Grafton County Senior Centers: Plymouth, Bristol, Lincoln, Canaan, North Haverhill, Lebanon, and Orford, as well as ServiceLink Resource Center of Grafton County and RSVP will congregate in Littleton to participate in the many activities planned for the day. Community members of all ages are welcome to join in on the fun!


Festivities will begin with a delicious pancake breakfast from 8-10 AM for a small fee.  Registration begins at 8:30 AM, with the walk commencing at 10 AM.  There are two routes from which to choose – a short one-mile walk and a three-mile walk through the quaint town of Littleton.  Water stations will be available for walkers along the way. Additionally, the senior buses will be making regular runs along the route to pick up any tired walkers.


The first 200 walkers and volunteers to register will receive a participation wristband, which will entitle them to a favor bag, a t-shirt, and a complimentary BBQ lunch after the walk.  Everyone is welcome to enjoy the meal for a nominal cost.


Activities for all ages have been planned throughout the day to celebrate the power of community, to support our elder neighbors as well as to raise awareness of the issues of isolation, and hunger among our elderly population. Smokey the Bear and McGruff the Crime Dog will be present for photos.  Additionally, there will be face painting, music, assorted raffles, area vendors, a bake sale, and other surprises.


Meals on Wheels provides a valuable service to area seniors.  Not only does this resource provide meals to frail older adults, but it also is a source of compassionate community brought to the homes of this vulnerable population.  In 2016, Grafton County Senior Citizens Council, Inc. (GCSCC) provided 130,000 meals through the Meals on Wheels program, serving over 8,500 older adults in every town in Grafton County.


The Step Up · Stop Hunger 2017 Meals on Wheels Walkathon raises vital and necessary funds, and is a great opportunity to celebrate community, to recognize and celebrate the dedication of home-delivered meal cooks, and hundreds of volunteer drivers and delivery folks, all of whom generously give of their time, energy, and resources to make the program affordable and personal.


Many people walk to honor a grandparent, an older friend, a relative who is unable to walk, or in memory of a loved one.  Others walk simply to support a great cause, and have fun in the process. It is a chance to get out on a spring day and enjoy the beautiful Littleton area. Sponsorships, volunteers, vendors and cheerleaders are welcome and needed. GCSCC greatly appreciates the generosity and involvement of the community.


Consider organizing a team of family members, co-workers or friends; get your service club involved; walk as an individual.  Away at college or not in the area that day, no problem!  This year we are encouraging virtual walkers as well. You can even walk on your treadmill and contribute the funds collected to the Meals on Wheels Program.


Please plan to join us on May 20th.  For more information, contact the Grafton County Senior Center nearest you, visit www.gcscc.org, call Alicia Connors at 603-484-4897, or call Carole Zangla at 603-444-6050.


This walkathon is one of several Step Up · Stop Hunger events hosted throughout the state by the New Hampshire Coalition of Aging Services on May 20th to support Meals on Wheels programs. 
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For More Info:
Alicia Connors
603-448-4897
aconnors@gcscc.org
www.gcscc.org

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Saturday, May 20, 2017Community Events

Pine Fest—A Pine Barrens Multicultural Celebration

Pine Fest—A Pine Barrens Multicultural Celebration
Pine Fest, the multicultural celebration of the magical woods around us, will be celebrating its fourth year Saturday, May 20, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Charge Pond in Myles Standish State Forest.

A day full of entertainment! Big Ryan’s Tall Tales—a favorite of young children—starts at 11 a.m., followed at noon by the first of two small animal shows by the South Shore Natural Science Center. Marla’s Raptors are un-hooded at 12:45, and the small animal show repeats at 2 p.m.

The people of the Aquinnah Wampanoag will be setting up a fish camp along the shore of Charge Pond again this year, building it from pine boughs in the morning, starting fires and smoking fish. If you are still around at the end of the day head down to the pond and have a taste of smoked striper or bluefish (or fresh smoked herring).

Also cooking, though not edible at the end, will be a 19th century charcoal pit—designed to imitate the hundreds of similar pits that, 200 years ago, darkened the skies outside of Plymouth. Charcoal was once an important ‘crop’, filling the purses of Pilgrim descendants with coin and filling the dozens of local forges with a product that allowed them to produce iron objects including cannonball and shot for a growing country.

This year you can add the squeals of Barnabas and his sister Lucille to the music of Pine Fest; two rescued pot bellied pigs that now call the Black Feather Horse Rescue farm their home. Darlene Nickerson, Black Feather’s founder, will be bringing the two gregarious pot-bellied pigs and a pair of miniature horses as well, joining a menagerie of wild things that you will find at this year’s Pine Fest.

Nemasket Kayak Center will offer free kayaking lessons in the pond. Buckley Family Archery will teach you how to use a bow and arrow. Over 40 activity stations will provide hours of fun, hands-on activities for children and adults! For the more serious, Meet the Scientist (this year, famed restoration ecologist Tim Simmons) and much more. Ethnic foods by Tasteful Adventures and Ice Cream treats from Perry’s Last Stand will make your day complete. Beachhouse Baking and the Plymouth Woodchucks toy makers will join a host of other vendors of natural and homemade products.

Pine Fest is meant to be a regional exploration of the forested ecosystem that stretches from Southeastern Massachusetts to Cape Cod and the Islands. Bring your bike if you like, park at Fearing Pond (about a mile away) and pedal to Pine Fest on a paved path through the woods. There are also a number of wonderful hikes in the area, many passing by the ecosystems’ unique coastal plain ponds and vernal pools.

Pine Fest is free for the public, and takes place in one of the most beautiful spots in the area. If the sun is out you can swim in Charge Pond. Though it’s deep in the woods, and part of the Myles Standish State Forest, Charge Pond has a variety of amenities including bathrooms, which make it perfect for a family outing. Pine Fest is fully accessible.

Southeastern Massachusetts Pine Barrens Alliance is proud to have the financial support of eleven local cultural councils, the Massachusetts Cultural Council Festivals Program, the Town of Plymouth Promotions Fund, Badger Wilderness Guides and the Friends of Myles Standish State Forest. Thanks to all!

When:
Saturday, May 20, 2017 10:00 AM thru 04:00 PM
Where:
 Charge Pond in Myles Standish State Forest, Plymouth and Carver.
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Saturday, May 20, 2017Community Events

Pirate's Ashore in Plymouth

A unique event unlike any others in downtown Plymouth, Pirates Ashore in Plymouth is an exciting, educational, all-day reenactment of the visit of three pirate ships to Plymouth in May of 1646 as described in Governor William Bradford’s “Of Plimoth Plantation”.

The “pirates” were English privateers, just back from capturing a number of Spanish ships in the Caribbean, flush with cargo and cash. The ships were welcomed to Plymouth and stayed for about a month spending money freely, drinking, and fighting. One particular fight resulted in the death of a sailor and the trial of the privateer Captain for murder!

Joining the New Plimmoth Gard as English privateers will be local maritime reenactor groups The Crew of the MermaydeThe Crew of the Raven and the Free Men of the Sea

The day starts with Old Colony Club members firing their cannon to signal the arrival of the privateers. Visitors are welcomed to The Mayflower Society grounds 10 AM to 4 PM to meet the pirates causing trouble in Plymouth Colony. The house will be open for tours. A detailed schedule of the days events will be available soon.

When:
Saturday, May 20, 2017 10:00 AM thru 04:00 PM
Where:
The Mayflower Society House (and Plymouth waterfront)
4 Winslow Street
Plymouth, MA 02360 

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Saturday, May 20, 2017Community Events

Art Garfunkel LIVE at Memorial Hall

Don't miss the legendary Art Garfunkel, live in concert at Plymouth Memorial Hall on Saturday, May 20 at 8pm. Garfunkel was originally revered for his Grammy-winning, chart-topping songs and albums with partner and fellow NYC native Paul Simon. Their greatest hits collection, which includes "Homeward Bound" "Scarborough Fair," "The Sound Of Silence," "The Boxer" and "Bridge Over Troubled Water," among others, is one of the biggest selling album ever. Since parting ways, Garfunkel has appeared in a number of films, released 12 solo albums, and reached the top 10 with his single "All I Know."

When:
Saturday, May 20, 2017 8:00 PM thru 10:00 PM
Where:
Memorial Hall
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Monday, May 22, 2017Community Events

Massasoit Community College Foundation Golf Classic

Registration/Lunch at 11:30 a.m.

Tee Time at 1:00 p.m.

Sign up before April 16 and save $25 per golfer!

Visit www.massasoit.edu/golf  today!

For sponsorship or registration call 508-588-9100 x 2602.


When:
Monday, May 22, 2017 11:30 AM thru 06:00 PM
Where:
Thorny Lea Golf Club, Brockton, MAnormal;background:white">
For More Info:
Marilyn Burke
5085889100 x2602
www.massasoit.edu/golf

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