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Carver News: 12 July – News – Hannover Mariner

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United Parish Church hosts the Repeat Boutique

CARVER – United Parish Church, 115 Main St., invites residents to shop in its Repeat Boutique.

The boutique offers a wide variety of clothing for women, men and children in a wide range of sizes, including plus sizes. The boutique also carries household items, linens, pots and pans, and curtains and sheets.

The boutique accepts donations during the hours of the used shop, from 10am to 1pm. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays However, it does not accept furniture, electronics and appliances.

United Parish Church is a community-based church, regardless of religion. For more information, call 508-866-4493.

Edaville to offer teachers free admission

CARVER – The Edaville family theme park will reward kindergarten children every 12 years every Thursday in July and August with free admission, with the purchase of a full-price entrance for 4 or more years. The identification of a valid teacher is required, including but not limited to the teacher license, MTA card with photos, homeschool certification cards, etc. Those who do not have a photo on their MTA card must provide a photo name license corresponding to the MTA card. No exceptions will be made. Edaville is open every day this summer. For information: http://edaville.com.

118th Carver Old Home Day

CARVER – The 27th Carver Old Home Day will be held on July 27th. The day will consist of music and food. Artisans or artists who wish to create a table to sell objects or works of art can visit http://Carveroldhomeday.org, click on "what to expect", fill out the registration form of the craft show on the right and send it away e-mail as requested.

On the right, there is also a registration form that Carver's non-profit groups can print, fill out and send as requested. Non-profit groups can call Joyce Mazalewski at 508-866-3953 if they prefer.

Carver 2019 Beach stickers are available

CARVER – The City of Carver has announced that the 2019 Beach Only Stickers are available for $ 10 each at the Permitting Department, 108 Main St. This sticker will allow residents to park at John & # 39; s Pond and Sampson & # 39; s Pond. License and registration are required showing a Carver address. Residents who already have a transfer station sticker do not have to buy a beach sticker. The transfer station sticker already allows parking on the beach.

Plymouth Antiquarian Society to host summer events

PLYMOUTH – Plymouth Antiquarian Society, 126 Water St., will host the following summer events:

Acoustic concert of the nights: 6:30 pm July 13th and August 10th at Hedge House Lawn, 126 Water St. Enjoy seafront views and summer breezes while listening to local musicians. Free.

Exploration of Plymouth's summer history program: 15-19 July at the Harlow House Museum, 119 Sandwich St. An exploration of the local history of the week dedicated to junior dealers aged between 8 and 12 years. Advance registration is required. The cost is $ 175 per child; $ 150 for members.

Burial Hill Tour: The Stonecarver & # 39; s Art: 1 p.m. 3 August. Discover the New England artisans who designed and sculpted the monuments and indicators of Burial Hill and the influences and meanings of their projects. Join Donna Curtin, executive director of the Pilgrim Hall Museum, for a guided tour of an hour of a series of sculpted images in the open-air museum which is the historic Burial Hill. Free.

Antiques summer fair: 10:00 am to 3:00 pm August 24th at Hedge House Lawn, 126 Water St. Penthouses, treasures and home-made objects will be on sale in this old New England fair, held under a large tent on the vast lawn. dominates the port of Plymouth. Browsers are welcome, free. The Early Bird admission starts at 9:30 am for $ 10.

Call 508-746-0012 or send an email to director@plymouthantiquarian.org to make a reservation.

ATC to present & # 39; Treasure Island & # 39;

PLYMOUTH – The American Theater Company Youth Stage Performing Arts Program of the American Theater Company will present its elementary production of "Treasure Island" at 2pm. July 13 at the Spire Center for Performing Arts, 25 1/2 Court Street

The mission of Studio Americana is to develop talent, inspire creativity and prepare students to activate their dreams. They offer master classes in theater and musical theater for students at affordable rates.

Tickets are $ 10 for adults and $ 5 for children, available at the door. For complete descriptions of the American Study program, schedules, prices and other information, visit http://americanatheatre.org, call 508-591-0282, follow the American Theater Company on Facebook or Twitter or Studio Americana on Instagram.

Registration of the ATC summer camp

PLYMOUTH – The summer camps and performances for young artists of the American Studio Company of Americana Theater Company are now open for registration, at the Spire Center for Performing Arts, 25 1/2 Court St.

From 9:00 am to 5:00 pm July 8-12, Elementary Summer Camp students aged 5 to 12 can learn about stage presence, safety and basic vocal technique. The auditions for "Treasure Island" will be held on the first day. The morning session, from 9:00 to 12:00, will involve students in building performance skills through a series of exercises and games. The afternoon session, from 1pm to 5pm, will concentrate the students during the rehearsals for the culminating performance of the "Treasure Island" to be held at 2pm. 13 July

From 9:00 am to 5:00 pm From 15 to 26 July, the Summer Performance Camp for middle and high school will host students aged 12 to 18 who are preparing and producing a production of "Footloose" on stage. Footloose plays at 2:00 am on July 27th.

American Studio lessons for the ATC American Summer Camp are $ 250 for elementary students, $ 300 for middle and high school students. Participants arrive with their brown lunch bag every day of the camp. The performances are open to the public. Tickets for "Treasure Island" are $ 10 for adults, $ 5 for students; "Footloose" tickets are $ 15 for adults, $ 10 for students, available at the door.

For program descriptions, schedules, prices and other information, visit http://americanatheatre.org, call 508-591-0282, or follow the American Theater Company or American Studio on Facebook or Twitter.

Entertainment at The Spire

PLYMOUTH – The Spire Center for Performing Arts presents eclectic entertainment at 25 1/2 Court Street in downtown Plymouth. The Spire is wheelchair accessible; parking is available on the side of the road and in public lots in the immediate vicinity. For more information, to order tickets online or to learn more about The Spire, call 508-746-4488, visit www.spirecenter.org, or follow the Spire Center for Performing Arts on Facebook.

Present of the American theater company: "Boeing Boeing": 6-14 July

American Theater Company presents: "The Hound of the Baskervilles": 20-28 July

The Carver farmers market is open on Sundays

CARVER – The Carver farmers' market will run every Sunday from noon to 4:00 pm. until October 27th, rain or shine, in Shurtleff Park on Route 58, opposite the Carver Town Hall.

The market will have fresh fruits and vegetables, jams and jellies, baked goods, honey, fresh eggs, hanging baskets, annual and perennial plants, herbs, shrubs, handicrafts, food vendors, live music and more.

Admission is free. For information, call 508-866-2428 or 508-944-3194.

Woman and car to visit Carver

CARVER – Woman And Machine will be at Crossroads Collision & Auto Repair, 78 N. Main Street, Carver, July 14, for the second series of automotive workshops for women on the second day.

The lessons on Woman And Machine cover everything from how to change a spare wheel, and how to talk to a mechanic, to off-road basics and engine modification 101. Other classes offered are the introduction to MIG welding, and this 39; year, TIG welding. Another novelty is the paint and metal flake, and how to install a paint gun, for those curious women in the world of automotive finishing. Women of all levels of experience are welcome.

Woman And Machine travels across the country teaching classes and encouraging women to become authorized to learn more about their cars, as well as to consider a job in the automotive industry. Woman And Machine was founded by Faye Hadley of All Girls Garage, and is co-owned by the business partner and resident of Plympton Karen Sullivan, who also publishes a women's automotive magazine, "Girls N & # 39; Garages".

For more information or to get tickets, visit http://womanandmachine.org.

Summer registration of Kreative Kidz Theater

PLYMOUTH – Registration is open for the Kreative Kidz Theater 2019 summer camp, held at the Pilgrimage Church, 8 Town Square, Plymouth.

The camps will last weekly, from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. From Monday to Friday, with a show at 16:00 Friday. "Bravo for Broadway" from 15 to 19 July, "Pop Star Studio" from 22 to 26 July, "Laugh Out Loud" from 29 July to 2 August, "Harry Potter" from 5 to 9 August and "The Little" Sirena " from 12 to 16 August.

The weekly lessons are $ 190. To register, download and complete a registration form from http://kreativekidztheatre.com.

Project Arts summer concert series

PLYMOUTH – Project Arts of Plymouth Inc. is back with the Free Summer Concert Series at the Pilgrim Memorial State Park, a stone's throw from Plymouth Rock on Water Street. The shows will be held at 6:30 pm every Wednesday, from June 26th to August 28th. Grab a blanket, a beach chair and the whole family. Here is the program: Roberto Morbioli and Morbluz, 17 July, Plymouth Harborfest (all day starting at 10) 20 July, Darren Bessette Band, 24 July, Simon Crawford Band, 31 July, John Cafferty and The Beaver Brown Band, 7 August , WUT IT IZ August 14th, Diver Down (Van Halen tribute band), August 21st and Adam Ezra Band, August 28th.

Project Arts is a non-profit organization that has been organizing free summer concerts in Plymouth for over 20 years and is running in red for this series. Readers can make a tax-deductible donation by jumping online and visiting projectarts.com where they can click on the Donate button. Checks can be made out to Project Arts and sent to Project Arts, P.O. Box 790, Plymouth, MA 02360.

Plymouth Farmers Market

PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth farmers market at Plimoth Plantation, 137 Warren Ave., will be held from 14.30 to 18.30. Thursday from now until November in the grassy field at the entrance to River Street. The market offers local vendors, artisans and artisans, as well as live music and activities for children. The moment of history with the Plymouth public library is at 16:30. The market accepts WIC EBT cards, SNAP benefits and meal vouchers. For more information, visit plymouthfarmersmarket.org.

Sellers include Aunt Dalies Pasta, Chrissy & # 39; s Crumble, DaSilva Farms, Dufort Farms, Eve's Garden, Franks Kitchen, Fresh Catch, Hillside Mushrooms, Hippy Pilgrim, Indie Ferm, Jordan Brothers Seafood, Log Cabin Bakers, Pie of Moira, Plato's Harvest, Plymouth Bay Winery, Superfoods Sanobe, skinny dip farm, Sweet and Salty Farm, The Tasty, Tilth & Timber, Townie Frozen Desserts and Uncommon Grounds. Participants who purchase a 2019 Friend Card will receive weekly discounts.

2019 Summer Concert Series

PLYMOUTH – Leonard Vaz, the coordinator of the Music Performance Performance Fund for Plymouth, announced that L. Knife and Son will co-sponsor the Summer Concert Series for the 2019 season with the Town of Plymouth promotional fund, The Plymouth Cultural Council, Issac's Restaurant, Balboni Companies and Quintal's Farmers Market.

All concerts are free and open to the public. The concerts will start at 7:00 every Thursday night at the Pilgrim Memorial State Park. Postponed concerts will be held the following Tuesday. The program is as follows:

18 July: Johnny Souza Quintet

July 25th: Legion Bud Band

August 1: Legion Bud Band

August 8: Moonlight Serenaders

August 15: Legion Bud Band

August 22: Moonlight Serenaders

August 29: Moonlight Serenaders

September 5: Legion Bud Band

The Wallflowers to play at Memorial Hall

PLYMOUTH – Spectacle Management will present The Wallflowers at 7:30 pm July 18 at Plymouth Memorial Hall, 83 Court St. Tickets for The Wallflowers are $ 39- $ 79 and can be purchased at http://memorialhall.com or by calling the number 800-657-8774.

ATC to present & # 39; Footloose & # 39;

PLYMOUTH – The American Theater Company's junior stage arts program of the American Theater will present middle and high school students in a production of "Footloose" at 11.00 pm. July 27 at the Spire Center for Performing Arts, 25 1/2 Court Street

The mission of Studio Americana is to develop talent, inspire creativity and prepare students to activate their dreams. They offer master classes in theater and musical theater for students at affordable rates.

Tickets for "Footloose" are $ 15 for adults, $ 10 for children, available at the door. For complete descriptions of the American Study program, schedules, prices and other information, visit http://americanatheatre.org, call 508-591-0282, follow the American Theater Company on Facebook or Twitter or Studio Americana on Instagram.

Plymouth Center for the Arts events

PLYMOUTH – Events at the Plymouth Arts Center, 11 North St., include the following.

"A Different Vision" will be on display from June 20th to July 27th. This tactile artistic show, held in collaboration with the Perkins School for the Blind, is exhibited only every three years. "Art you can touch" encourages visitors to experiment and explore the visual art through touch and other senses. This exhibition will be held in the Lindens Gallery.

"Inspiration", a PCA Members Art Show, also opens on June 20th and will be on display until July 27th. The original works of art of this members' show will be exhibited in the Russell Gallery. All this work will go on sale.

"Splash", a field of artistic summer exploration for children and teenagers, will be held from 9:00 to 15:00. 22-26 July.

Throughout the summer, the Artisan Shop boutique will be open to offer handmade gifts from local artists. The renewal continues as PCA becomes ADA compliant and accessible to all. More information about the project and the donation needs on the website.

All these events take place at the Plymouth Arts Center. The public is invited to visit with free admission from 10am to 4pm. Monday to Saturday and noon to 4pm Sunday. For more information, call 508-746-7222 or visit http://plymouthguild.org.

Plymouth Philharmonic Hannover Concerts

PLYMOUTH – Residents are encouraged to bring a deck chair or blanket and a picnic dinner and enjoy the Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra's open-air music series from 6:30 to 7:30 in the afternoon. July 31st at the Laura's Center for the Arts at Emilson YMCA, 97 Mill St., Hannover.

The concerts are held outdoors or under the amphitheater, weather permitting, and indoors at Laura's Center for the Arts if it rains.

The Phil Brass Quintet will perform on July 31st.

Edaville Family Theme Park to reward students

CARVER – The Edaville family theme park, 5 Pine St., will reward outstanding academic performance by offering free admission to students.

Students up to the eighth year who have completed their summer reading will receive a free entrance ticket for the purchase of an entrance ticket for gates over the age of 4 each Monday in August.

To keep up with and stay on track with everything Edaville, visit http://edaville.com.

Summer theater program

HALIFAX – The Halifax Youth and Recreation Commission will sponsor, for the 35th consecutive year, "On Stage", a four-week summer theater program for students who will be entering grades four through eight.

Instructions will be provided in various aspects of the theater, including acting, vocal production, movement and improvisation. The program will start July 8th and will run from 9:00 am to noon from Monday to Thursday for four weeks at the Halifax Congregational Church, while public performances of 503 Plymouth Street will be held on August 1st.

The director of Halifax, Robert Kniffen, director of retired music for Rockland Public Schools and director of the dramatic film at Rockland High School, will direct the program. As one of the founders of "On Stage", this will be his 35th year with the program.

Participation in the program will be limited and will be based on the order of arrival. The cost of the program is $ 150 for residents of Halifax and $ 175 for non-residents. Registration forms are available at the Halifax Elementary School, the Holmes Public Library, by calling 781-293-3147 or online at http://onstagehalifax.org.

Chris Isaak performs at Memorial Hall

PLYMOUTH – The show management will present Chris Isaak at 8 pm. August 2 at Plymouth Memorial Hall, 83 Court St. tickets are $ 49- $ 129 and are on sale at http://memorialhall.com or by calling 800-657-8774.

First Saturday

PLYMOUTH – The first Saturday takes place in the center of Plymouth from 10:00 to 18:00. the first Saturday of each month. Businesses in downtown Plymouth (Court and Main Streets and Main Street Extension) remain open a little later and offer special offers. Shop, dine, visit museums, listen to live music on the streets and make a bargain. Look for the flag of the first Saturday displayed outside all the doors of the participating merchants. Visit www.firstsaturdayplymouth.com or the Facebook page for a list of all participating merchants. Next event: 3 August.

Burial Hill Tours

PLYMOUTH – Burial Hill Tours, presented by The Plymouth Antiquarian Society and Pilgrim Hall Museum, announced its program for 2019.

Visits take place at 1:00 pm every first Saturday of the month and last about one hour. Participants can cross steep and grassy slopes and are encouraged to wear appropriate shoes. The tours start at the top of the hill and are free and open to the public. Severe weather can cancel the tour. The program is as follows:

3 August: "The Stonecarver & # 39; s Art" with Donna Curtin

September 7th: "A Blessing Great But Dangerous: Children in Early Plymouth" with Donna Curtin

October 5: "Finding Early Plymouth: An Archaeological View of Burial Hill" with David Landon

November 2: "Unruly Women" with Donna Curtin and Anne Mason

7 December: "Veterans on Burial Hill" with Anne Mason

Plymouth-Carver Class of 1979 40th meeting

PLYMOUTH – The 1979 Plymouth-Carver class will hold its fortieth fundraising / scholarship from 6 to 11 pm. August 3 at Southers Marsh, 30 Southers Marsh Lane, Plymouth. The event includes dinner, a live band and a 50/50 lottery.

The following addresses are still needed: Kenneth Adams, James Allen, Cheryl Almeida, Janet Baker, Gregory Ball, Bryan Beaton, Susan Benson Glover, Pamela Brady, Timothy Butler, Karen Butterfield, Walter Davidson, Ellen Douglas, Barbara Doyle, Cheryl Allen Enos , Sheila Fernandes Parker, Eric Fletcher, Tracy Fitzgerald, MaryJo Graney, Stephen Harris, Deborah Huntington Page, Suzanne LeVasseur, Betty Lopes Cross, Kathleen McCarthy, Kevin McGonagle, Susan McGinnes Ridley, Daniel Morgan, Mark Munafo, Stephen Nee, Andre Obligacion, Carol Parker, Scott Bridge, Mark Powers, Julie Rizzo, Sharon Robidoux, Nancy Santos, Cheryl Smith, Ellen Stoltz, Laurie Surette, Jill Swift, Patience Thomas, Richard Thomas, Robert Thomas, Laura Whitcomb and John Wright.

The ticket price is $ 75 per person. Instead of participating, placed in a donation for scholarships for Plymouth North, and South, and also Carver High School to Class of the & # 39; 79 c / o O & # 39; Reilly, 16 Welch St., Plymouth, MA 02360.

For tickets and information, contact pas3235@gmail.com.

The Russian band Leonid & Friends will perform

PLYMOUTH – Spectacle Management will present Leonid & Friends, the Chicago tribute band from Chicago, at 8 pm. August 3 at Plymouth Memorial Hall, 83 Court St. tickets are $ 29- $ 49 and can be purchased at http://memorialhall.com or by calling 800-657-8774.

Class of Plymouth High School of 1958, 61st meeting

PLYMOUTH – Plymouth High School Class of 1958 will host its 61st meeting at 13:00. On 9 August, with lunch at Isaac's on the Waterfront, 114 Water St. Invitations were sent and, if someone did not receive an invitation, they should contact Clare Montanari at 617-688-6419 or at cmontanari @ aol. com.

Brown Box Theater Project presents Shakespeare in the open

PLYMOUTH – Brown Box Theater Project announced its ninth consecutive year of Shakespeare open free with "Measure for Measure" at 7:30 pm August 18 at the Pilgrim Memorial State Park. Brown Box, under the direction of the artistic executive director and co-founder Kyler Taustin, will present the production as part of a seven-week tour of 27 venues across 35 communities.

All shows are free, open and open to all audiences; no tickets needed Seats, blankets and deckchairs are welcome. Visit http://brownboxtheatre.org for the full performance program and rain positions. Due to mature themes, this show is recommended starting at age 13 with the advice of a parent.

Plymouth Philharmonic to perform at World & # 39; s End

PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra will perform "The Phil at World's End: Seasons and Solitude Under the Stars" at 7pm. August 24th at World & # 39; s End on Martins Lane in Hingham.

Steven Karidoyanes directs a program that celebrates the simple beauty and pleasures of music and nature with Vivaldi's "The Four Seasons", "A Little Nighttime Music" by Mozart, "The Chrysanthemums" by Puccini and "Brandenburg Violinist No. 3" by JS Bach. Irina Muresanu will join Phil for tonight.

Poetry: the art of words

PLYMOUTH – Poetry: The Art of Words, the Mike Amado Memorial Series, is held at the Plymouth Public Library, 132 South St. Admission and refreshments are free. For more details, visit ptaow.com. Doors open at 12:30

September 8: Alix Anne Shaw and Lawrence Kerssenich

October 6: Patricia Gomes and Sean Theall

November 3: Michael Brown and Valeri Lawson

December 1: Jean Kreiling and Tim Reed

New England Blues Festival to present the event Red, White & Blues

MIDDLEBOROUGH – The New England Blues Festival will present Red, White & Blues, a live music event, from noon to 6.00pm. September 8 at the Middleboro Elks Lodge, 24 High St.

A barbecue buffet will be offered as well as a cash bar and lottery prizes.

For information, visit http://nebluesfest.com.

Plymouth 400 Inc. Post Design Competition

PLYMOUTH – Plymouth 400 Inc. announced its Postal Artwork Competition, in which artists and aspiring artists will have the opportunity to develop official commemorative crates of 2020. A cachet is "a drawing or an inscription on an envelope for commemorate a historic event ". In past commemorations, official bags were created to represent key moments in history.

Plymouth 400 Inc. and the Plymouth Rock Stamp Club have collaborated on this Post Artwork Competition. Participation is open to people of all ages and places. To participate: go to https://plymouth400inc.org/Events/postal-artwork-contest?mc_cid=8059f34081&mc_eid=(UNIQID); review the themes of the competition; review categories and age / experience levels; review the rules for participation in the competition and complete a competition entry form; design original art works; and submit the design and the competition entry form filled in electronically to ArtContest@Plymouth400inc.org.

The deadline for submitting the illustration is October 1st. The works of art will be exhibited at Illuminate Thanksgiving 2019.

Peter Yarrow, Noel Paul Stookey, plays Plymouth

PLYMOUTH – Spectacle Management will present folkloristic artists Peter Yarrow and Noel Paul Stookey, formerly of Peter, Paul & Mary, at 7:30 pm October 12th at Plymouth Memorial Hall, 83 Court St. tickets are $ 39- $ 79 and can be purchased at http://memorialhall.com or by calling 800-657-8774.

Celebration of the children's choir parties of Vienna at the Memorial Hall

PLYMOUTH – Spectacle Management will present the Celebration of the Vienna Children's Choir Festivals at 7.30pm. On December 6th at Plymouth Memorial Hall, 83 Court St. tickets are $ 39- $ 89 and can be purchased at http://memorialhall.com or by calling 800-657-8774.

Irish comedy tour at Memorial Hall

PLYMOUTH – Spectacle Management will present the Irish Comedy Tour at 8 pm. March 13, 2020, at Plymouth Memorial Hall, 83 Court St. tickets are $ 36 and can be purchased at http://memorialhall.com or by calling 800-657-8774.

Red Hot Chilli Pipers at the Memorial Hall

PLYMOUTH – Spectacle Management will present the Red Hot Chilli Pipers at 7 pm. March 15 at Plymouth Memorial Hall, 83 Court St. The Red Hot Chilli Pipers, not to be confused with Peppers, is a nine-piece ensemble composed of bagpipe players, guitarists, keyboards and percussionists. Tickets cost $ 29- $ 49 and can be purchased at http://memorialhall.com or by calling 800-657-8774.

Chrissy & # 39; s Charity in search of the Rosary, Christian objects

PLYMOUTH – Chrissy & # 39; s Charity helps the needy since 2008. In the past, the charitable organization has sold jewelry and raised funds for many years. But recently they have gone in a different direction, still helping those in need in a different way.

The charitable organization asks for donations of rosaries and small Christian objects that they prepare and send to the missions and to the chapel of the local hospital. Many times these gifts bring comfort to others when needed. Charity also makes rosaries and repairs broken ones.

There are red baskets both in the church of Santa Maria north of Plymouth and in the church of St. Joseph in Kingston. Rockland Trust Banks in Plymouth and Balboni's Drug Store will also collect them. For information, send an e-mail to gingerw2@comcast.net or call Jane at 508-746-6095.

United Parish of Carver offers a meeting room

CARVER – The Function Room of United Parish of Carver, 115 Main St., is available for events such as bridal showers, birthday parties, meetings and more.

With its large open rooms, fully functioning kitchen, large parking area, accessibility for those with mobility problems and plenty of tables and chairs for up to 125 people, the Function Room can satisfy a variety of needs. For more information, call the church office at 508-888-4493 or send an email to unitedparishofcarver@gmail.com.

Coalition Area Plymouth Savings Shop

KINGSTON – The Plymouth Area Coalition Thrift Shop is located at 149 Bishops Highway in Kingston, near the Carver line. The opening hours are from 10am to 2pm Thursday and Friday

The Coalition Thrift Shop offers quality clothing, household goods and furniture at affordable prices. The store also includes a boutique that offers brand new clothes. All proceeds from sales at the used shop benefit from the Plymouth Area Coalition for homeless programs and customers.

Donations to the used shop can be left in the shop from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Monday to Thursday For more information, call 781-582-2010, send an e-mail to info@plymouthareacoalition.org or visit http://plymouthareacoalition.org.

Plymouth Area Coalition Food Pantry

KINGSTON – The Plymouth Area Coalition Food Pantry is located at 149 Bishops Highway. The Food Pantry offers fresh fruit and vegetables, meat and non-food groceries. The Coalition Food Pantry is open from 17:00 to 19:00. Wednesdays and 9:30 am to 12:30 pm Thursday. For more information, call 781-582-2010.

Report a hole

CARVER – If you see or "experience" a hole on a city street in Carver, the city asks you to report it immediately by sending its position via email to pothole@carverma.org.

Nathan Hale welcomes the veterans

PLYMOUTH – Nathan Hale Veterans Outreach Center hosts free coffee hours for veterans from 13:00 to 14:00. every Friday in his facility at 763 State Road in Plymouth. The center offers coffee, donuts, cakes, donuts and other desserts. Friday is a bakery day in the center, so veterans can pick up free baked goods and other free food and clothes. Nathan Hale Veterans Outreach Centers supplies delicately used clothes, a food pantry and other free programs in this facility. For more information visit nathanhaleveteransoutreachcenter.com.

L'ospizio del mirtillo cerca i volontari

PLYMOUTH – Cranberry Hospice & Palliative Care a Plymouth è alla ricerca di volontari per fornire compagnia e sostegno ai pazienti e alle loro famiglie, visite di veglia al momento del decesso e per aiutare con le attività quotidiane come fare commissioni e fornire trasporti locali. Inoltre, alcuni volontari possono aiutare con compiti di segreteria o attività di raccolta fondi nell'ufficio dell'ospizio. Inoltre, Cranberry Hospice & Palliative Care è alla ricerca di volontari veterani per sostenere il programma Veteran's, un programma che colloca un veterano volontario con pazienti veterani e volontari per il programma di cure palliative pediatriche Fragile Footprints.

Il team di Cranberry Hospice e le famiglie si affidano alla dedizione e all'impegno dei suoi volontari per fornire la cura extra e il cuore aperto che portano con sé in ogni visita e ogni telefonata.

Cranberry Hospice fornisce formazione a tutti i volontari. La prossima sessione di allenamento si terrà dalle 6 alle 8:30 pm dal 20 marzo al Cranberry Hospice & Palliative Care, 36 Cordage Park Circle, Plymouth. Il programma di allenamento verrà eseguito per i seguenti nove lunedì.

I residenti interessati dovrebbero contattare Karen Foster, coordinatore volontario, al 508-210-5956, o completare una domanda e fissare un appuntamento per un colloquio prima dell'inizio della formazione.

Il governo studentesco di Carver Middle High School raccoglie vestiti

CARVER – Il governo studentesco di Carver Middle High School sta raccogliendo abiti delicatamente usati in una scatola di raccolta situata fuori dal Dipartimento di orientamento della scuola media, 60 South Meadow Road, Carver.

Gli articoli accettati comprendono abbigliamento uomo, donna e bambino, cappelli, muffole, sciarpe, cravatte, calze, portamonete, portafogli, zaini, borse, biancheria da letto e da bagno, lenzuola, coperte, cuscini, tende e tovaglie. Per informazioni, chiama Dave Wechter al 508-866-6318.

Carver Music Boosters lancia il sito web

CARVER – I Carver Music Boosters hanno recentemente lanciato un sito Web su carvermusic.org. Il sito web celebra le realizzazioni musicali degli studenti di Carver e presenta le note dei prossimi eventi musicali in Carver e le opportunità per gli studenti Carver. Il sito Web funge anche da punto di riferimento centrale per le persone che desiderano supportare la musica in Carver. I residenti possono visitare il sito Web per iscriversi alle e-mail di Carver Music Boosters e per imparare come designare Carver Music Boosters come un'associazione di beneficenza Amazon Smiles.

Speciale ha bisogno di screening prescolare

CARVER – I residenti con bambini in età prescolare, dai 3 ai 5 anni, possono contattare la scuola materna delle scuole pubbliche di Carver e pianificare una proiezione. Le proiezioni si tengono generalmente il primo venerdì del mese per tutto l'anno scolastico. Per programmare una proiezione o per informazioni, chiama Annemarie Blackden al 508-866-6307; Emily Levenson al 508-86-6377; o Lisa Wethington al 508-866-6403.

Il gruppo Al Anon incontra

CARVER – Il gruppo Road to Serenity Al Anon si incontrerà alle 9:30 il venerdì mattina presso la Church of the Vine, 3 Wareham St., South Carver, nella sala della fellowship al piano di sotto. Al Anon è un gruppo di supporto per famiglie e amici di alcolizzati e tossicodipendenti.

Aperture prescolastiche PAL CAPT

CARVER – CAPT PAL Preschool is accepting applications. CAPT PAL is a traditional preschool offering morning sessions for children ages 2.9 through 5. The preschool is located downstairs at the United parish of Carver church, in Carver center. For more information about the programs available or to request an application, call the school at 508-866-5415.

Forest fun

CARVER – The DCR is offering a full calendar of events in Myles Standish State Forest to engage and educate people of all ages and experience. These events are free and open to the public and are held at 194 Cranberry Road in South Carver, unless otherwise specified. Dress for the weather, wear boots and take water and a snack. Programs may be modified due to trail conditions or cancelled in the event of rain, snow or icy trails. Call ahead to confirm at 508-866-2526. For a trail map, including parking lots, visitmass.gov/eea/docs/dcr/parks/trails/mssf3.pdf.

Nautical and military cadet training

BUZZARDS BAY – Gosnold Division and Training Ship Patriot State of the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps are welcoming new applicants to the training program at Massachusetts Maritime Academy. Young men and women between the ages of 11 and 13 who may be interested in nautical or military opportunities are encouraged to join. Training is conducted on alternating Saturdays between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. in the Harrington Building at Mass. Maritime Academy in Buzzards Bay. Interested applicants should contact Lt. Cdr. James McLoughlin at 508-759-8606.

Rent the United Parish hall

CARVER – Looking for somewhere to hold your next bridal shower, birthday party or meeting right here in town? The function room at the United Parish of Carver may be the answer. Its wide-open space with room for 125 people, a full working kitchen and plenty of tables and chairs provides a great space for a variety of needs. For more information, contact Cheryl in the church office at 508-866-4493.

Young Peoples’ Alliance of Carver

CARVER – YPAC has a home in the former CCAT television studio at Carver Middle High School. YPAC’s after-school programs for students in grades 6-8 include free time, homework/tutoring time, physical activities, game time and special programs. Registration forms can be downloaded at www.ypacinc.org. For information, email Executive Director Roger Shores at ypacinc@gmail.com. To volunteer with YPAC, contact YPAC Volunteer Director Mary Ross by personal message on Facebook or call her at 508-397-9239. Daily attendance is not mandatory to register for YPAC’s after-school programs.

Stray dogs policy

CARVER – Lakeville Animal Control Officers cannot accept stray dogs from anyone other than the Carver Animal Control Officer. They will accept dogs being surrendered by their owners, as long as the standard $50 surrender fee is paid.

Free playgroups

CARVER – Free playgroups are held Wednesday mornings from 11:15 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. in the Community Room at the Carver Library, located at 2 Meadowbrook Way, for children ages 3 to 5 years with a parent or guardian. The activities are based on science, technology, engineering and math. The program is free to Carver residents as well as families in surrounding communities. Call 508-747-7575, ext. 6247, to register. This is funded through a grant from the state Department of Early Education and Care.

Veteran’s Work-off Program Valor Act

CARVER – The Veteran’s Work-off Program Valor Act is open to any veteran with a DD-214 whose condition of service is other than dishonorable. A veteran, as defined by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, must have served a minimum of 90 days on active duty, not active duty for training. A veteran who is an employee of the town of Carver is ineligible to participate in this program. The veteran’s property tax liability is reduced in exchange for the volunteer services. The number of participants is limited. For more information, contact the assessor’s office at 508-866-3410.

Road to Serenity Al Anon support group

CARVER – The Road to Serenity Al Anon group meets from 9:30 to 11 Friday mornings at the Church of the Vine (downstairs in the Fellowship Room), at 5 Wareham St. in South Carver. This is a support group for families and friends of alcoholics and substance abusers.

Coalition seeks donations

KINGSTON – The Plymouth Area Coalition seeks donations of bath towels and washcloths in good, usable condition for parents and children residing in the family shelter program. Deliver your donation to 149 Bishops Highway in Kingston. For more information, call 781-582-2010.

Fit Club at Blue Angel Healing

CARVER – The Carver Fit Club at Blue Angel Healing invites you to attend its weekly meetings at 6:30 p.m. Wednesdays and 9 a.m. Saturdays at Blue Angel Healing, in the Landmark Center at 40 North Main St. This is a free health/wellness group dedicated to collectively helping each member reach their fitness goals. All fitness levels are welcome. The club uses workout programs that are pre-approved by Beachbody, and are beginning with the Slim in 6 series by Debbie Seibers. For more information, contact Cindy at 774-773-5467 or Blue Angel Healing at 781-964-6606, or go to facebook.com/carverfitclub.

Old class pictures sought

CARVER – The Carver Historical Commission would like to add old class pictures to its collection. Photos of classes attending the Benjamin Ellis School, the old Center School and the Gov. John Carver School would be appreciated. Identification of pupils is most helpful. Contact Connie Shaw at 508-866-4453 or leave pictures to be loaned or donated at the main desk of the Carver Library.

VNA of Cape Cod

CARVER – Kathy Ganey, a public health nurse with the Visiting Nurse Association (VNA) of Cape Cod, is at the COA every Tuesday from 10 a.m. to noon for blood pressure checks and on the first Tuesday of the month for glucose testing. Adult immunizations are offered by appointment only, by calling 800-631-3900.

Habitat’s ReStore

CARVER – Doing some summer cleaning and not quite sure where to put all of the things in that unwanted pile? Donate those items to Habitat for Humanity of Greater Plymouth’s ReStore. Habitat’s ReStore, located on Route 58 in Carver, sells donated materials to contractors and the general public at a discounted price. The proceeds from the sale of all donated items go toward the construction of Habitat homes. No item is too small, as items currently in the ReStore range from windows and home decor to nuts and bolts. As long as it’s still in good condition, the ReStore would love to have it. Donating to the ReStore is also a good way to help the environment by keeping your unwanted items out of landfills. If you’re looking to take in some new items for remodeling projects, stop by the ReStore and save 50-90 percent off retail price on everything in the store. New merchandise comes in on a regular basis from retailers, contractors and individuals. The store is located at 72 N. Main St. in Carver, and the hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday through Saturday. For more information about the ReStore and how to volunteer or donate, visit www.hfhplymouth.org or visit the Greater Plymouth Habitat & ReStore Facebook page.

The Carver Heals Committee is hosting an event on Friday, March 15th, 2019 at 6:30PM at Carver Middle High School called, “Carver Heals.” The event will include motivational speaker, Rich Barnes and roundtable discussions with representatives from the District Attorney’s office, the Sheriff’s Department, and representatives from the local Carver community. Refreshments are being sponsored by the Carver Police Union and various local business have donated door prizes. The purpose of the evening it to help build a stronger community by sharing messages of hope, encouragement, appreciation and love. For more information please call (508) 322-1359 or email carverheals2019@gmail.com

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