Monday, October 22, 2012
Looking for Halloween and autumn events this weekend? Check out this roundup of things to do across Massachusetts this Thursday through Sunday.
This is Halloween! 'Tis the season when happy haunts begin to materialize and grim grinning ghosts come out to socialize. Of course there's plenty to do in Salem, the Halloween Capital of the World, but there's plenty of local events happening, too. Here's a roundup of local Halloween and autumnal events taking place in and around Stoneham on Thursday, Oct. 25, Friday, Oct. 26, Saturday, Oct. 27 and Sunday, Oct. 28. SALEM Fangtasm: A True Blood Bash: This Halloween, Bon Temps is coming to Salem! Join Go Out Loud in dressing up as your favorite True Blood folklore character: vampires, werewolves, fairies, witches, shapeshifters, zombies, annoying white girl or obligatory shirtless male in celebration of Salem’s biggest gay Halloween …
Friday, September 28, 2012
Don't miss the finest Fall event on the South Shore!
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Five Things You Need to Know Today: Sept. 25
1. See the exciting art that the younger generation is creating. Is the next Walt Disney, Charles M. Schulz or even Frida Kahlo working right under our noses? The Plymouth Woman's Club and the Plymouth Art Guild are working together to give our younger artists a place to create and a space to display. Come and see the colorful world of the Young at Art under the tent at Plymouth Center for the Arts, all day today. 2. Post your photo of you and your pet in our weekly photo contest and you could win a $75 gift card to Barnes and Noble. 3. Patch is hosting a live chat with Republican Congressional Candidate Christopher Sheldon Wednesday from 1 to 2 p.m. 4. B.I.G. (Believe, Inspire, Grow), is a women’s support, education and networking …
Tuesday, July 24, 2012
Learn about the Jewish community in Plymouth at the Hedge House.
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Tuesday, July 24, 2012
Local historian Karin Goldstein explores the experiences of Plymouth's distinctive Jewish community, retracing the journey of individual families through Europe and England to a new life in America's hometown. These latter-day Pilgrims adapted to Plymouth's small town lifestyle, establishing a synagogue, creating new businesses, embracing the Pilgrim legacy, and making their own enduring contributions to the local community. Dr. Goldstein's research is the basis for her forthcoming book, Jewish Plymouth, to be published by History Press. A hearty array of authentic noshes will be served. The event: People of the Book: The Jewish Community of Plymouth, 1890-1930, will be held at the Hedge House, at 6 p.m. Aug. 24. The cost is $30 and $25 …
Sunday, July 1, 2012
It's Sunday and there's lots to do.
1. Americana Theatre presents Alfred Hitchcock's THE 39 STEPS' at First Parish Church In Plymouth, at 2 p.m. 2. Mayflower RSVP is seeking nominations from Plymouth County residents for the 2012 Presidential Lifetime of Volunteer Service. Learn how to nominate someone here. 3. Need some books for the kids to read this summer? Check out some suggestions on our book lists for preschoolers, elementary, middle and high schoolers. 4. Check out the family programs at Myles Standish State Forest: Something for (almost) everyone. 5. Do you have opinions? Be a blogger on Patch.
Friday, June 29, 2012
It's finally Friday and here's what you ought to know.
1. The Americana Theatre Company Presents 'The 39 Steps' and 'Redeeming Love' at First Parish Church In Plymouth, at 8 p.m. 2. Mayflower RSVP is seeking nominations from Plymouth County residents for the 2012 Presidential Lifetime of Volunteer Service. Learn how to nominate someone here. 3. Need some books for the kids to read this summer? Check out some suggestions on our book lists for preschoolers, elementary, middle and high schoolers. 4. Check out the family programs at Myles Standish State Forest: Something for (almost) everyone. 5. Do you have opinions? Be a blogger on Patch.
Sunday, March 18, 2012
Do you have an event you want everyone to know about? An art show, live music, kids activity, make sure you post them all on Patch and let all of Plymouth (and the rest of the Internet) know about it.
Do you have an event you want everyone to know about? It's easy to post it on Plymouth Patch. If you have a username it's easy to do, if you don't have a username, get one! It's always free and we promise not to spam you. To post an event simply log in to your account, click on 'Events' and scroll down to the bottom. Then click the 'Add an Event' button. Check out the step-by-step directions in this sweet video. It's easy as pie. If you can Facebook, you can post on Patch.
Saturday, February 18, 2012
It's finally the weekend and here's what you ought to know.
1. Bert's Landing is hosting a search for calendar girls tonight at 9 p.m. and you can vote. Click here for more information 2. The Bill McGoldrick Duo is performing tonight at Pilgrim Sands. 3. The Plymouth Center for the Arts will present an oil painting demonstration by Sean Cassidy from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday. Sean currently teaches at Bridgewater State University, and Quincy College. His most recent works have dealt with figurative subjects. His figurative work uses aerial maps and layers of thin glazes of oil to create an ethereal quality. Sean will give a 2 hour demo of his painting technique. His work can currently be seen at the Plymouth Center for the Arts, 11 North Street, Plymouth. The cost is $5 and the event is open to the …
Friday, February 17, 2012
Get tickets to some 'Smokin' Fish,' a comedy night, and learn how to make red velvet cupcakes.
1. Kylie Smith and her red velvet cupcakes with cream cheese frosting and chocolate hearts won the Junior Friends of the Library's third annual Cupid Confections Challenge. This is Kylie’s second year winning the challenge and you can make her contest winning cupcakes with the recipe here. 2. Plimoth Cinema presents an exciting evening with Smokin’ Fish, starting at 5:30 p.m. tonight. In this documentary about a young and quirky Tlingit Native returning to his ancestral home, Cory Mann is faced with navigating a course between his modern world and an ancient culture. Hungry for smoked salmon and nostalgic for his childhood, Cory decides to spend a summer smoking fish at his family’s traditional fish camp. Audience members will have the …
Tuesday, January 3, 2012
Winter is here; the wit and wisdom of Rev. Peter J. Gomes and the Plymouth Rock Stamp Club.
Five Things You Need to Know Today 1. Our Indian Fall has come to an end. Kiss the balmy 45 degrees of December, goodbye. Today it will be sunny, with a high near 32 degrees, with a Northwest wind between 6 mph and 14 mph, according to the National Weather Service. Tonight temperatures dip to 14. Close the storm windows! 2. Quote of the Day: "There are no bad questions. There are some very bad answers," Harvard Pastor and Plymouth, Ma. resident, Rev. Peter J. Gomes (1942-2011). 3. This Day in History: Construction of the Brooklyn Bridge started in 1870; the New York Yankees signed Babe Ruth in 1920 that kicked off the 84-year-old curse of the Bambino that haunted the Boston Red Sox and in 1962 Pope John XXIII excommunicated Fidel Castro. …