A huge thank you, thank you, thank you to our 9,132 guests (and our many amazing volunteers and supporters!) that attended the 3rd Annual Festival of Lights at the KOA Campground in Middleborough, December 10th, 11th, 17th, 18th. A great time was had by all! Happy Holidays! We hope to see you again next year!To see our 3rd Annual Festival of Lights photo album (photos by Middleborough Tourism Committee Member Glenn Montapert with contributions by Bud Morton/The Middleboro Gazette/SCMG and guests), visit Our Facebook Page hereTo share your photos and memories with us email us at... Read More
If you missed it, you can rewatch the episode featuring The Oliver Estate HEREMiddleborough's town-owned building the Oliver Estate is schedule to be on TLC's "Paranormal Lockdown" December 30th 2016 at 9pm ET. If you have been to one of our Ghost Tours or have ever wanted to go, now is the time to tune in and watch what goes bump in the night there. Look for more Ghost Tours starting up in 2017. To kkep up with all that is going on at The Oliver Estate, like our FaceBook pages "Discover Middleborough" or "The Oliver House" for upcoming events.
The Oliver Estate is conducting Paranormal Investigation Ghost Tours at the Oliver Estate for the month of May. The Tours are 90 minutes long and after a walk through of the property with a discussion on the history of the building and area, photos and EVP's that have been captured are viewed. Participants are then given investigative equipment such a EVP recorders, motion sensors and temperature gauges to further conduct their own investigations at the house. The dates available are May 13, 21, 27 and 28. The times for tours are 7:30 pm and 9:30 pm. Tickets can be purchased at http://... Read More
The Oliver Estate will be opening for tours for the first time ever on April 9 and 10 during the Herring Festival.Article courtesy of The Middleboro Gazette...By Bob LessardLegion Post 64 HistorianPosted Jan. 8, 2016 at 11:21 AMMIDDLEBORO — Four elected members of Middleboro’s Simeon L. Nickerson American Legion Post 64 WW2 poster committee traveled to Boston on Friday, December 31, 2015 to meet with staff of the Massachusetts State Archives to discuss methods for protecting the posters. Participating in the trip were Paul Provencher, Al Edwards, David Singer and Bob Lessard. Fifth... Read More
The Middleborough (MA) Tourism Committee is pleased to announce that the 2nd Annual Festival of Lights will be held Saturday December 12, Sunday Dec. 13, Saturday Dec.19 and Sunday Dec. 20 from 4pm-9pm daily at the KOA Campground located at 438 Plymouth Street, Middleborough, MA. Attendees can drive through and view thousands of lights. Refreshments will also be available. There will also be a cabin decorating contest. Admission is only $1 per vehicle. Special Guest: Santa Claus (You might even see The Grinch)! For more information visit ww.... Read More
MIDDLEBOROUGH: The Middleborough Tourism Committee's Haunted Town Hall Ghost Tours are back! Back by popular demand the Tourism Committee is extending this spooky event to 2 nights, October 30 and 31, 7pm-10:30pm. This is a child friendly event where you walk through the town hall from the basement prison cells to the ever ghost active second floor ballroom. Take as many pictures as you want and see what you can capture. Sure to be a fun time had by all. Admission is $5 and reservations are encouraged. Walk ins will take preference during the first hour and all other walk ins will be added to... Read More
RESIDENTS of MIDDLEBOROUGH:The Town of Middleborough is soliciting input regarding Park and Recreational opportunities in town. Public input is needed to make this effort successful. Please take approximately 3-5 minutes to complete the questionnaire via the link below. Your responses are anonymous. The results of the questionnaire will be used at park-planning meetings. For more information on this questionnaire or the planning process, please contact Bob Nunes, Middleborough Town Manager at email@example.comShare the link with your... Read More
Middleborough, Massachusetts' Tourism Committee invites you to advertise your business, community organization or services in the Third Annual Middleborough Festivals and Events brochure. Along with a schedule of events in Middleborough for 2016, there are and stories about what makes Middleborough a special place to live, work and visit. This full-color brochure will be distributed throughout the year at major tourism information centers and media sources throughout New England and will also be featured on the DiscoverMiddleborough.com website. There are two full-... Read More
Plymouth & Brockton Buses now depart from Middleborough!Leona Drive RotaryCampanelli Business ParkMiddleborugh, MA For more information visit http://www.p-b.com/schedules or e-mail at any time at firstname.lastname@example.org.(Please allow some time for your request or comments to be processed. Our virtual 'help desk' is not always monitored on weekends and holidays.)For 24 hour automated schedule information, please call us at 508-746-0378.For information on chartering a bus or trolley contact email@example.com or see our Rent-A-Bus page.
Middleboro High School Student Receives the Nathan L. Childs' Performing Arts Scholarship Middleboro: Middleboro High School student Katie Johnson was awarded the Nathan L. Childs' Performing Arts Scholarship on June 8, 2015. Katie and Nathan were cast members in the Middleboro High School production of Grease in January. During the rehearsal process, they became close friends. Nathan returned to heaven on January 18, 2015, following a car accident that occurred the weekend of the show. Nathan's mother Lori Rea established a scholarship in Nathan's memory. Nine seniors and two... Read More