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Middleboro High School Student Receives the Nathan L. Childs' Performing Arts Scholarship

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

Tourism Committee Wants You to Help Light Up Middleborough!

Donate your extra outdoor Christmas lights and help light up Middleborough for the holidays! The Middleborough Tourism Committee is seeking volunteers to donate and help hang lights at the Boston/Cape Cod KOA for the first annual Middleborough Festival of Lights, December 19th through 21st. Visitors will be able to drive through the KOA and enjoy hundreds of thousands of lights for just $1 a car load. While you are there, stop and visit with Santa and the Grinch and have some cocoa. Please make sure all donated lights are in good working order. You can drop off your donations at the... Read More

Middleborough, you look great for 350!

In 2019, Middleborough will celebrate its 350th birthday, followed by Plymouth’s 400th birthday in 2020. The Middleborough Tourism Committee is collaborating with Plymouth to celebrate these birthdays in style. In fact, we intend to go so big with this party that we need to start planning right now and we will need lots of help. So bring your ideas and enthusiasm and join us at our meeting on November 18th at 7:30 p.m. at the historic Town Hall located at 10 Nickerson Avenue.

Successful Turnout for Tourism Committee's Showing of "The Bridgewater Triangle" at Haunted Town Hall

Successful Turnout for Tourism Committee's Showing of "The Bridgewater Triangle" at Haunted Town Hall Just under 50 people showed up to Town Hall on October 25 for The Middleborough Tourism Committee's presentation of "The Bridgewater Triangle", a 90-minute documentary about paranormal activity in southeastern Massachusetts. After the film, Producers Aaron Cadieux and Manny Famolare answered audience questions. About the Middleborough Tourism CommitteeThe Middleborough, Massachusetts Tourism Committee is a group of individuals dedicated to encouraging economic prosperity... Read More

Middleborough Tourism Committee Receives Funds from Rockland Trust for Festival of Lights

Middleborough Tourism Committee Receives Funds from Rockland Trust for Festival of LightsChairman of the Middleborough Tourism Committee Leilani Dalpe receives a $500 check from Cheryl Bilodeau, Branch Manager at Rockland Trust, the official sponsor of Middleborough's 2014 Festival of Lights to be held at the Boston/Cape Cod KOA in Middleborough, December 19th through 21st. For more information on the Festival of Lights, visit discovermiddleborough.com or contact discovermiddleborough@gmail.comAbout the Middleborough Tourism CommitteeThe Middleborough, Massachusetts Tourism Committee is a... Read More

And the winners are...

The Plymouth County Canine Club won the $200 first prize and the Old Colony YMCA Early Learning Center won the $150 second prize at Middleborough Tourism's Octoberfest Cabin Decorating Contest at the KOA last Saturday, October 18th.  Your group could win at the Festival of Lights December 19-21. For information on the December contest please go to discovermiddleborough.com or email discovermiddleborough@gmail.com

Halloween Ghost Tours at Haunted Middleborough Town Hall

Ghost Tours of the Middleborough haunted Town Hall on the scariest night of the year. This Halloween from 8:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. the Middleborough Tourism Committee will host ghost tours at the town hall at 10 Nickerson Avenue in Middleborough. Tours leave every 15 minutes from the Selectmen's room. There will be a brief display of EVP's and pictures from ghost investigations of the building and then guests are escorted through the building to all the hot spots so bring your camera, you never know what you might see. Admission is $5.00 and reservations are strongly suggested as the tours are... Read More

Middleborough Tourism Committee Presents “Bridgewater Triangle”

Where better to see a movie about the Paranormal than at a haunted Town Hall! Middleborough Tourism Committee Proudly Presents, "The Bridgewater Triangle" at the Middleborough Town Hall on Saturday October 25 at 8:00 pm. Admission is $10. Prior to the film there will be footage from the paranormal investigation of Middleborough Town Hall, so be sure to get there early. Following the film the producers will be available for a Q&A session. To order tickets call 508-728-6463. For more information visit www.discovermiddleborough.com or contact discovermiddleborough@gmail.com

Celebrate Fall On The South Shore…

 PRESS RELEASESeptember 10, 2014Email: discovermiddleborough@gmail.com Web: www.discovermiddleborough.comFacebook: www.facebook.com/MiddleboroTodayTwitter: www.twitter.com/MiddleboroToday Middleborough’s Octoberfest is just one reason to spend October 17-19, 2014 on the South Shore!Middleborough, MA, September 10, 2014:  Middleborough’s newest festival – Octoberfest – is a family-friendly celebration of community and autumn. Middleborough’s Tourism Committee is looking for all you creative types to show the world your best stuff by entering our Octoberfest Jack O’Lantern and... Read More

Discover Middleborough's History...

The Middleborough Historical Museum, more commonly known by locals as the Tom Thumb Museum, opened its doors in 1961. Run by an all-volunteer staff in partnership with the Middleborough Historical Association, the Middleborough Historical Association and Museum is comprised of a total of 7 buildings located on Jackson Street in the Historic Downtown area of Middleborough.The museum complex encompasses two mill houses dating back to the 1820’s or 1830’s, the Wood Law Office, the Whistle House, a blacksmith shop, carriage house and the Sprout Tavern Necessary (or Outhouse).The two mill houses... Read More

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