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Regional calendar of events: Sept. 27-Oct. 4 – Wicked Local

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Send your occasion info by e mail to scalendar@wickedlocal.com. Listings info have to be submitted a minimum of two weeks previous to the occasion. Please embrace the time, date, location, road handle and city of the occasion. If potential, present a contact telephone quantity and web site.

 

Friday, Sept. 27

Michelle’s Fashions: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Cornerstone at Canton Assisted Living and Memory Care Community, 175 Revere St., Canton. A touring boutique that may supply fall choices.

Jay Corcoran Memorial golf event and dinner: 1-9:30 p.m., Easton Country Club, 265 Purchase St., South Easton. Hosted by the Captain Richard Phillips Lane Kirkland Trust. Shotgun begin 1 p.m., cocktails (no host bar) 5:30 p.m., dinner 6:30-9:30 p.m. Individual golfer $250. For info: 678-472-7097, captainphillipstrust.org.

‘80s tribute band St80um: 7-9 p.m., Xfinity Center, VIP tent, Mansfield. Special fundraiser live performance for The Council for Children. Tickets $50. For info: fb.com/St80um.

Hockomock Film Club: 7 p.m., Queset House, 51 Main St., North Easton. Tonight: “The Pink Panther” (1963).

Historic Ghost Tour: 7 p.m., Friday and Saturday, Sept. 27 via Nov. 9, East Bridgewater Village. Ages 14 and older with an grownup. Take a two-hour researched strolling tour by way of the streets and alleys of the village, full with props and costumed characters. Advance tickets of $20 every can be found at Mrs. Swift’s & Moore Antiques, 16 West Union St., 11 a.m. to five p.m. Wednesdays-Saturdays; and 9 a.m. to midday Sundays. For info: mapsparanormalteam.com.

 

Saturday, Sept. 28

Interfaith dialogue: 9:30-11 a.m., Milton Public Library, 476 Canton Ave., Milton. Dirkje Legerstee, whose “Angels in Human Skin” exhibit is on show, will maintain an inter-religion dialogue to incorporate native clergy concerning the Holocaust and her household historical past. For info: 617-698-5757, miltonlibrary.org.

Healthy Kids Day: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Patriot Place, Foxborough. Free group occasion introduced by Hockomock Area YMCA, that includes prizes, raffles, associate cubicles with tips and takeaways, healthy snack samples, impediment programs, and extra. Special visitors: New England Patriots cheerleaders and Pat Patriot. The annual Foxboro Y 5K and Kids Fun Run may even be held, at 9 and 11 a.m. at Patriot Place. Cost: $30 per 5K runner/walker and $15 per youngster within the slightly below 1-mile youngsters race. For info: hockymca.org/5K.

Original Easton Farmer’s Market: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays, 591 Depot St. at S-curve, Easton. Featuring distributors of regionally grown, regionally raised, and regionally crafted gadgets together with produce, meats, breads, cheeses, eggs, soaps, woodworks, and extra. For info: fb.com/EastonOriginalFarmersMarket.

Walkabout: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Capron Park Zoo, 201 County St., Attleboro. Hosted by Sturdy Memorial Hospital. Local companies and organizations may have cubicles offering instructional info on numerous subjects together with: solar security, mosquito and tick security, wellness tips and extra. All cubicles may have giveaways and enjoyable child-pleasant actions. For info: 508-236-8025.

Celebration of Animals: 10 a.m. to three p.m., Mansfield South Common. (Postponed from Sept. 7.) Presented by Mansfield Shelter Friends. Take the canine; leashed, please. Bake desk, e-book desk, video games, youngsters face portray, crafters, raffles and silent public sale, demonstration by the Bristol County Sheriff’s Department officers and their Okay-9 canine. Take an opportunity to win $500 at cow patty bingo. For info: occasions@mansfieldshelter.org or mansfieldshelter.org/CelebPoster_2019.pdf.

Arts by the Bog Festival: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Flax Pond, Cranberry Farm, 58 Pond St., Carver. Artists, craftspeople and artisans will show and promote their handmade gadgets. Inexpensive youngsters’s craft actions, cranberry harvest photograph ops, rely the cranberry contest and lavatory excursions of dry harvesting. Music by bluegrass group, Rocky Run Band. Food by the Berry Guys Deli of South Carver. Free admission and free parking. For info: 508-866-2162.

Dance Party: 7-11 p.m., Bridgewater Veterans Club, 85 Cottage St., Bridgewater. Featuring Big Baby & The Boomers (rock ’n roll, blues, nation, rockabilly). This is a fundraiser for Island Grove Chorus, an area chapter of Sweet Adelines. Snacks, money bar, basket raffles and extra. Tickets $10 at door or at http://bit.ly/dance-party-tickets. For info: 508-864-2676 or 978-764-1856, or islandgrovechorus.org.

Barn dance: 7:30-10 p.m., Parish Center for the Arts, nook of Boston Road and Lincoln Street, Westford. Sandy LaFleur calling and Oh, CONTRAire! offering reside(ly) music. No expertise or associate required. First-time dancers, arrive at 7 p.m. at no cost instruction. $6 adults; college students 21 and underneath free. For info: 978-692-6333, https://westford.org/pca/contra-dance.

 

Sunday, Sept. 29

Open home: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sundays in September, historic Fisher-Richardson House, 354 Willow St., Mansfield. Free admission.

 

Tuesday, Oct. 1

Mansfield Class of 1984 35th highschool reunion: 7-11 p.m. Nov. 9, Mansfield Elks, ‪140 North Main St., ‪Mansfield. RSVP by Oct. 13. Appetizers, finger meals, money bar. Casual gown. Dance the night time away with: DJ – Get Your Groove On. $35/individual. Payment: Venmo: @Michelle-Groves-12. Or if mailing a examine, reply to: mhsma1984reunion@gmail.com for tackle.

Taste of Tri-Town: 5-7 p.m., beneath tent at Mansfield Crossing. Each restaurant/vendor selects their signature dish and gives a sampling of that dish to attendees. Tickets $15 prematurely and $20 on the door (youngsters 5 and beneath admitted free). Event will profit the food pantries of Foxborough, Mansfield and Norton. For info: 508-339-5655, tri-townchamber.org.

Author Talk: 6:30-7:30 p.m., Queset House, 51 Main St., North Easton. Meet Author Ian Kahanowitz as he speaks about his just lately revealed guide, “Baseball Gods in Scandal: Ty Cobb, Tris Speaker, and The Dutch Leonard Affair.” For info: 508-238-2000, amesfreelibrary.org.

 

Thursday, Oct. three

Plants Go to War: 6-Eight:30 p.m., Mass. Horticultural Society, 900 Washington St., Wellesley. Botanist/writer Judith Sumner will current the fascinating story of how historical past and horticulture got here collectively in World War II. $30 for MHS members and $45 for non-members. For info: 617-933-4961, masshort.org.

Mystery Book Club: 6:30-7:30 p.m., Mansfield Public Library, 255 Hope St., Mansfield. Discussing “The Widow’s House” by Carol Goodman. No registration required. New members welcome. This program is free and open to all. For info: 508-261-7380, mansfieldlibraryma.com.

Support group: 7-9 p.m., Willett Conference Room, Lorusso Building, Norwood Hospital, 800 Washington St., Norwood. The South Norfolk Mental Illness Family and Friends Support Group will maintain its month-to-month assembly. All households and their family members within the South Norfolk Area who’re coping with psychological sickness are welcome. For info name Ray at 508-668-2941.

 

Friday, Oct. 4

Manufacturing Day excursions: 1-three p.m., North Easton Machine, 218 Elm St., North Easton. Tours, giveaways, and demonstrations. Stop in and study extra about trendy manufacturing in Massachusetts. The occasion is free however RSVP really helpful. For info: 508-238-6219.

Fall Festival at Fulton Pond: Oct. 4-5, Mansfield. Hours are 6:30-Eight:30 p.m. Oct. 4, and midday to five p.m. Oct. 5. Ferris wheel rides, hearth cauldrons, lantern design and launch Friday. Ferris wheel, face portray, vintage automobiles, llama petting, food on the market, beer backyard, artwork and craft truthful Saturday. For info: mansfieldma.com/518/Fall-Festival-at-Fulton-Pond.

Bridgewater Community Dance Series: 7:30-9:30 p.m., Bridgewater Senior Center, 10 Wally Krueger Way, Bridgewater. Featuring people, sq., and contra dance, $Eight admission cost. Beginners, singles, all ages welcome. Free for first time attendees. Contact Sam Baumgarten for more information: sbaumgarten@verizon.internet or 774-208-2933.

 

Saturday, Oct. 5

Lakeville Arts & Music Festival: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., junctions of Routes 105 and 18 and Precinct Street, Lakeville. Artisans and craftsmen make the work they promote. Live music, youngsters’s actions and extra. For info: LakevilleArtsCouncilMA.org.

Original Easton Farmer’s Market: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays, 591 Depot St. at S-curve, Easton. Featuring distributors of regionally grown, regionally raised, and regionally crafted gadgets together with produce, meats, breads, cheeses, eggs, soaps, woodworks, and extra. For info: fb.com/EastonOriginalFarmersMarket.

Fall Festival at Fulton Pond: Oct. 4-5, Mansfield. Hours are 6:30-Eight:30 p.m. Oct. 4, and midday to five p.m. Oct. 5. Ferris wheel rides, hearth cauldrons, lantern design and launch Friday. Ferris wheel, face portray, vintage automobiles, llama petting, food on the market, beer backyard, artwork and craft truthful Saturday. For info: mansfieldma.com/518/Fall-Festival-at-Fulton-Pond.

 

Sunday, Oct. 6

Harvest and Craft Fair: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Natural Resources Trust 307 Main St., North Easton. Artisans, reside music, youngsters’s actions, food, and extra. Admission $5; youngsters 5 and beneath free. For info: 508-238-6049, nrtofeaston.org.

Lucie Blue Tremblay live performance: 4:30 p.m., North Congregational Church, 38 Plymouth St., North Middleborough. The singer/songwriter from Canada brings her bilingual heritage to life in songs that remember love, power, fact, peace and honor. Tickets $20; may be reserved by calling and also will be out there on the door. For info: 774-766-0055.

 

Monday, Oct. 7

Ousamequin Club assembly: 1 p.m., Bridgewater Senior Center, 10 Wally Krueger Way, Bridgewater. A light-weight lunch might be served adopted by a brief enterprise assembly. Doug Harris will talk about the imprint that Native Americans have left on the New England panorama. Donations of canned tuna fish might be accepted to be distributed to the native food pantry and/or a journey measurement oral health product for the membership’s Project Pack drive.

Immigration presentation: 6:30 p.m., Bridgewater Public Library, 15 South St., Bridgewater. “Being Neighborly, Finding Common Ground” shall be introduced by Sarang Sekhavat, Mass. Immigrant and Refugee Advocate Coalition; Jean Bradley Derenoncourt, Brockton City councilor; and Helena DaSilva Hughs, New Bedford Immigrants’ Assistance Center Inc. Free; open to the general public. For info: 508-697-3331, bridgewaterpubliclibrary.org.

Stoughton music academics recital: 7 p.m., First Congregational Church, 76 Pierce Street, Stoughton. This is the third annual Music Faculty Recital introduced by the Stoughton Fine Arts Department. Admission is free. A prompt donation of $10 will profit the Capen Street Fire Relief Fund. For info: stoughtonfinearts.org. 

 

Wednesday, Oct. 9

“Won’t You Be My Neighbor?” film: 6:30 p.m., First Congregational Church, corner of Route 1A and Winter Street, Norwood. See a documentary about the life and work of public television pioneer Fred Rogers, whose show, “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood,” was beamed day by day into houses throughout America for greater than 30 years. The movie is appropriate for youngsters ages 10 and up. For info: 781-762-3320, firstcongregational-norwood.com.

 

Friday, Oct. 11

Mansfield Class of 1984 35th highschool reunion: 7-11 p.m. Nov. 9, Mansfield Elks, ‪140 North Main St., ‪Mansfield. RSVP by Oct. 13. Appetizers, finger meals, money bar. Casual gown. Dance the night time away with: DJ – Get Your Groove On. $35/individual. Payment: Venmo: @Michelle-Groves-12. Or if mailing a examine, reply to: mhsma1984reunion@gmail.com for handle.

Hockomock Film Club: 7 p.m., Queset House, 51 Main St., North Easton. Tonight: “The Fugitive” (1993).

 

Saturday, Oct. 12

Harvest craft truthful & yard sale: 9 a.m. to three p.m., Mansfield Adult Day Health Center, 300 Branch St., Mansfield. Presented by Community VNA to profit the exercise fund. Arts, crafts, bargains, food, enjoyable, group distributors and assets.

Original Easton Farmer’s Market: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays, 591 Depot St. at S-curve, Easton. Featuring distributors of regionally grown, regionally raised, and regionally crafted gadgets together with produce, meats, breads, cheeses, eggs, soaps, woodworks, and extra. For info: fb.com/EastonOriginalFarmersMarket.

Sandwich Artisans Fine Arts & Crafts present: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sandwich Public Library garden, 142 Main St., Sandwich. Juried present that includes effective artwork, jewellery, pottery, glass work, pictures, hand-crafted clothes, residence equipment, picket gadgets, and rather more made by native artisans. For info: sandwich-artisans.com or sandwichartisans142@gmail.com. 

 

Wednesday, Oct. 16

Halloween Costume Swap: 4-7 p.m., Recreation Office, Town Hall, Mansfield. Free occasion; you do not want to donate a fancy dress to take a fancy dress. For info: 508-851-6458 or recreation@mansfieldma.com. 

 

Thursday, Oct. 17

Women in enterprise seminar: 4-7 p.m., 150 Royall St., Canton. “Changing the Look of Leadership” can be introduced by Gray, Gray & Gray Women’s Alliance. Six visitor panelists are scheduled. Attendance free. Register prematurely at gggcpas.com/altering-the-look-of-leadership. For info: 781-407-Zero300.

Old Colony Civil War Round Table assembly, dinner: 6-10 p.m., Four Points Sheraton, 1125 Boston-Providence Turnpike, Norwood. The featured speaker is the Honorable Frank Williams, former Chief Justice of the Rhode Island Supreme Court. He will discuss “Ulysses S. Grant as a Hero.” Tickets are $45 and embrace a hen dinner. For info: occwrt.org.

Norwood Art Association artist demo: 6:30 p.m., Norwood Morrill Memorial Library, 33 Walpole St., Norwood. Local artist Dianne Panarelli Miller will exhibit portray in oils. Light refreshments served. Raffle of a bit of artwork donated by the attending artist might be held. For further info or to develop into a member, contact Frannie Downey, the Norwood Art Association President, at francesadj@aol.com.

 

Friday, Oct. 18

“God of Carnage” performances: Oct. 18-20, Marilyn Rodman Performing Arts Center, 1 School St., Foxborough. Shows at Eight p.m. Oct. 18, at 2 and eight p.m. Oct. 19, and at 2 p.m. Oct. 20. Tickets $25 for adults and $22 for college kids, veterans and seniors. For info: 508-543-2787, orpheum.org.

 

Saturday, Oct. 19

Original Easton Farmer’s Market: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays, 591 Depot St. at S-curve, Easton. Featuring distributors of regionally grown, regionally raised, and regionally crafted gadgets together with produce, meats, breads, cheeses, eggs, soaps, woodworks, and extra. For info: fb.com/EastonOriginalFarmersMarket.

Liberty and Union Fall Festival: midday to 4 p.m., Church Green, Taunton. Commemorative wreath laying, fife and drummers, livestock, food vans, hand-made pottery demonstrations, colonial dancing, Revolutionary re-enactors, patriotic pumpkin adorning, pet parade, stay music, artisans and extra. For info: libertyandunion.org.

“God of Carnage” performances: Oct. 18-20, Marilyn Rodman Performing Arts Center, 1 School St., Foxborough. Shows at Eight p.m. Oct. 18, at 2 and eight p.m. Oct. 19, and at 2 p.m. Oct. 20. Tickets $25 for adults and $22 for college kids, veterans and seniors. For info: 508-543-2787, orpheum.org.

50th anniversary celebration: 6:30-9:30 p.m., Fuller Craft Museum, 455 Oak St., Brockton. Food, cocktails, music. One ticket $50, three tickets $125. For info: 508-588-6000, fullercraft.org.

 

Sunday, Oct. 20

“God of Carnage” performances: Oct. 18-20, Marilyn Rodman Performing Arts Center, 1 School St., Foxborough. Shows at Eight p.m. Oct. 18, at 2 and eight p.m. Oct. 19, and at 2 p.m. Oct. 20. Tickets $25 for adults and $22 for college kids, veterans and seniors. For info: 508-543-2787, orpheum.org.

 

Tuesday, Oct. 22

New Bedford Civil War Roundtable: 7 p.m., Fort Taber Military Museum, 1000C Rodney French Blvd, New Bedford. Prof. David Kelly will speak on “The Trent Affair,” which was a serious diplomatic disaster through the Civil War that very nicely might have altered the result of the battle. Kelly’s speak will discover the intricacies and excessive stakes concerned on this important episode of the Civil War. Free, open to the general public. For info: newbedfordcwrt.org.

 

Thursday, Oct. 24

First time homebuyer workshops: Oct. 24 and 26, Quincy Community Action Programs, 1509 Hancock St., Quincy. Session 6-9 p.m. Oct. 24; session 9 a.m. to three p.m. Oct. 26. Cost is $30 per individual and the payment is nonrefundable. For info or to register: qcap.org or contact Dorothy Noronha at 617-657-5376 or housinginfo@qcap.org.

 

Friday, Oct. 25

Historic Ghost Tour: 7 p.m., Friday and Saturday, Sept. 27 by means of Nov. 9, East Bridgewater Village. Ages 14 and older with an grownup. Take a two-hour researched strolling tour via the streets and alleys of the village, full with props and costumed characters. Advance tickets of $20 every can be found at Mrs. Swift’s & Moore Antiques, 16 West Union St., 11 a.m. to five p.m. Wednesdays-Saturdays; and 9 a.m. to midday Sundays. For info: mapsparanormalteam.com.

Hockomock Film Club: 7 p.m., Queset House, 51 Main St., North Easton. Tonight: “The Man Without a Past” (2002).

Call for playwrights: Theatre One is looking for 10-minute performs from Massachusetts and Rhode Island playwrights for the April 17-18 pageant on the Alley Theatre, 133 Center St., Middleborough. Deadline is Dec. 1. No onerous copies. Print of all scripts have to be submitted on PDF format or Word doc. Submit your new work to theatreoneproductions@yahoo.com or pegholzemer@yahoo.com. For info: fb.com/theatreone.


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