Arts & Culture
Please join the Middleborough Council on Aging for their traditional August Ice Cream Social. The entertainment starts at 1:00 with Tom Goux presenting seafaring songs & stories of the New England maritime heritage. Tom has collected and performed his material for over four decades throughout area, as well as at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington. He is the founding director of the New Bedford Harbor Sea Chantey Chorus. The program will be followed by delicious ice cream sundaes with all the trimmings, sponsored by Attentive Home Care, providing personal care and respite. FRESH... Read More
Marsha Wright brings Art Adventures to the library for kids 4 and up. Self Help Inc.’s Marsha Wright explores a different artist at each class where kids will create an artwork in that style. The program will culminate in an art show. This class also meets on July 20, August 10 and 17 at 2pm. Free. Space is limited. Please call 508-946-2470 or stop by the library to register.
Terrance Burke is known for a performance that is high energy, fun and appropriate for ages 3-10 and parents too! This lively 30 minute performance will take place inside and features two new puppet skits featuring puppet stars Coleman the Sasquatch and ... Read More
This unique experience of Shakespeare on the Peter Oliver grounds by NRP will open August 11th at 7 PM, $15 General Admission, continuing August 12, 13, 18, 19 and 20th and will offer the audience Shakespeare’s most ebullient comedy with its rowdy, raucous and raunchy tale of man versus woman. Director Child welcomes the chance to create a performance outside “allowing the beauty of the natural world to inform the production without an artificial set.”
Andrew Child grew up in East Bridgewater, attended Cardinal Spellman High School and then furthered his education at... Read More
Beginners will learn basic hooking with a simple project and experienced hookers can bring a project to work on while being supported. Bring a lunch! Geared towards adults, all levels welcome. $5 per person.
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Members of the fiber arts group meet at the farm to work on projects for year-round events and participate in a short program each month. Members may also bring an item for “show and tell.” Contact coordinator, Barbara Chadwick at 508.947.2679.
Ms. Marsha from Self Help Inc.'s Coordinated Family and Community Engagement brings Let's Take an Adventure in Space to the library! Learn about space through stories, play, and crafts. Families will leave with resources to continue the fun and learning at home. Best for preschool aged children and their caregivers.
Join Miss Marsha from Self Help Inc.'s Coordinated Family and Community Engagement for Tot Time Sing and Learn which offers toddlers a chance to engage in free play, simple crafts, stories and songs. Parents will receive a packet of information that includes toddler development and activities to extend the learning at home. Best for kids 9 months- 3 years.
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Are you looking for a fun group to work with to improve your quilting skills? All skill levels are welcome. Bring a portable sewing machine and supplies. Fabric requirements will be given upon registration. Members are $15 and Non-members are $20 per session. Pre-registratio