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tiffany and co outlet PLYMOUTH – Chrissy’s Charity will hold a fall bazaar from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 19 and 20, at St. Mary Parish Center, located on Court Street across from Ernie’s Restaurant. Donations of items are sought for the white elephant table, fancy scarves, unopened cosmetic items, any type of jewelry (even broken), yarn, jewelry chests, lamps, small tables, rosaries, children’s toys (unbroken), dolls, pocket books, wallets, etc., and especially homemade food for the food table. (No large furniture or clothing, please.)

tiffany outlet locations Donations for the bazaar may be dropped off from 8 a.m. to noon Thursday and Friday, Oct. 17 and 18, at the parish center. Faith bracelets made by Chrissy’s Charity will be for sale at the bazaar. The bracelets, which sell for $7 and come with a gift box, a card and many prayers, provide much comfort to many who have purchased them. If you have questions, call Jane at 508-746-6095 or Brenda at 781-585-8954.

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South Shore Recycling Cooperative member towns will host household hazardous waste collections this fall. Residents may attend their own or their host town’s event at no charge. Collections are scheduled from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. as follows.

Oct. 19: Hanover Transfer Station, 118 Rockland St. (Route 139).

Oct. 26: Weymouth DPW, 120 Winter St. Unwanted medications also accepted separately.

Residents of those towns, and of member towns Duxbury, Kingston, Cohasset, Hanson, Hingham, Middleborough and Scituate, may attend other member towns’ collections at their own town’s expense. To do so, request and take a signed authorization form from your town’s Board of Health or DPW. Some towns may limit subsidized quantities to 15 gallons or 30 pounds.

Any visitors without an authorization form may attend for a fee of $44 per 15 gallons or 30 pounds of waste. Commercial generators, call ahead to 617-852-3086 to arrange disposal and payment. Please take a check.

Usable leftover latex paint will be accepted and recycled into new paint products at The Paint Exchange LLC of North Scituate for a fee of $2. To see if your paint qualifies for recycling, and for hours of operation, go to ssrcoop.info/, click on “Latex Paint.” PSC Environmental will conduct the collections. For more information, call the South Shore Recycling Cooperative at 781-329-8318, or go to ssrcoop.info.

 

Plymouth Harbor Market Days

PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Harbor Market Days farmers’ market is held from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays through October on the 1820 Courthouse Green in Plymouth. For details, see www.plymouthharbormarketdays.org.

 

Chrissy’s Charity bazaar

PLYMOUTH – Chrissy’s Charity will hold a fall bazaar from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 19 and 20, at St. Mary Parish Center, located on Court Street across from Ernie’s Restaurant. Donations of items are sought for the white elephant table, fancy scarves, unopened cosmetic items, any type of jewelry (even broken), yarn, jewelry chests, lamps, small tables, rosaries, children’s toys (unbroken), dolls, pocket books, wallets, etc., and especially homemade food for the food table. (No large furniture or clothing, please.)

Donations for the bazaar may be dropped off from 8 a.m. to noon Thursday and Friday, Oct. 17 and 18, at the parish center. Faith bracelets made by Chrissy’s Charity will be for sale at the bazaar. The bracelets, which sell for $7 and come with a gift box, a card and many prayers, provide much comfort to many who have purchased them. If you have questions, call Jane at 508-746-6095 or Brenda at 781-585-8954.

 

Household hazardous waste collections

South Shore Recycling Cooperative member towns will host household hazardous waste collections this fall. Residents may attend their own or their host town’s event at no charge. Collections are scheduled from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. as follows.

Oct. 19: Hanover Transfer Station, 118 Rockland St. (Route 139).

Oct. 26: Weymouth DPW, 120 Winter St. Unwanted medications also accepted separately.

Residents of those towns, and of member towns Duxbury, Kingston, Cohasset, Hanson, Hingham, Middleborough and Scituate, may attend other member towns’ collections at their own town’s expense. To do so, request and take a signed authorization form from your town’s Board of Health or DPW. Some towns may limit subsidized quantities to 15 gallons or 30 pounds.

Any visitors without an authorization form may attend for a fee of $44 per 15 gallons or 30 pounds of waste. Commercial generators, call ahead to 617-852-3086 to arrange disposal and payment. Please take a check.

Usable leftover latex paint will be accepted and recycled into new paint products at The Paint Exchange LLC of North Scituate for a fee of $2. To see if your paint qualifies for recycling, and for hours of operation, go to ssrcoop.info/, click on “Latex Paint.” PSC Environmental will conduct the collections. For more information, call the South Shore Recycling Cooperative at 781-329-8318, or go to ssrcoop.info.

 

Plymouth Harbor Market Days

PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Harbor Market Days farmers’ market is held from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays through October on the 1820 Courthouse Green in Plymouth. For details, see www.plymouthharbormarketdays.org.

 

King Richard’s Faire

CARVER – King Richard’s Faire takes place weekends at 235 Main St., Carver, through Oct. 20. Gates open at 10:30 a.m. and close at 6 p.m. Enjoy entertainment, rides and games on the 80-acre site of King Richard’s Faire. Hundreds of entertainers perform non-stop throughout the day. Visit any of the eight stages and see acrobats, aerialists, jugglers, minstrels, dancers, fire eaters, puppeteers and exotic tigers. For details see kingrichardsfaire.net or call 508-866-5391.

 

Special flag ceremony

BUZZARDS BAY – In honor of the Navy’s birthday, Gosnold Division of the Naval Sea Cadet Corps and Mass. Maritime Academy will conduct an unfurling ceremony of the U.S. Navy flag at 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 19. The flag in this ceremony measures 90 feet by 45 feet; nine stories high. The ceremony will be held on the Maritime Academy parade field and will be open to the public. Joining Gosnold Division will be the band and honor guard from the Maritime Academy.

The flag has flown in many places around the world, as well as at sea aboard the U.S.S. Constitution, and has flown at the White House on three occasions. The flag is raised, unfurled and/or displayed by special request only, and it is therefore an honor for Gosnold Division and Mass. Maritime Academy to partner in this ceremony. Further information is available by calling 508-759-8606 or the Maritime Academy at 508-968-6501.

 

Charity golf tournament

PLYMOUTH – Join former New England Patriot linebacker Eric Alexander and the Kili Klimb team Saturday, Oct. 19, at Atlantic Country Club in Plymouth for Climbing4ACause’s charity golf tournament. Funds raised will benefit Kili Klimb’s beneficiaries, ALS TDI, Kingston Youth Sports Organization and the Plymouth Area Coalition.

Registration for the tournament will begin at 11:30 a.m. This scramble style tournament will begin with a shotgun start at 12:30 p.m. followed by a celebration dinner featuring an auction and raffle items. If you prepay for the event online, the cost is $100 per player (including golf, cart and dinner). Dinner-only is $25.Prepayment can be made at www.climbing4acause.org/donate. Please note in the message box that payment is for the golf tournament. Registration in-person on the day of the event is $125 per player.

 

Theatre One fundraiser

MIDDLEBOROUGH – Theatre One will hold a fundraising event from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 19, at the VFW Hall, located on 12 Station St. in Middleborough. South Coast spiritualists, psychics, angel card and tarot readers, mediums and intuitives will use their talents to raise funds to help launch this season’s five productions, starting with Paul Zindel’s comedy, “And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little,” Nov. 7, for two weekends at the Alley Theatre in Middleborough.

Participating at the benefit are the Rev. Jodi St. Onge and Cheryl Davis, of Plymouth, as well as Tom and Nancy Foley, Beverly Shimkus, Susan MacKay, palmist Connie Michaels, Diane Marie Ford, Dawn Lorraine, Kathleen Fay, Natalia La Licarta and Kelly Kough.

The 15-minute readings are $20 with a cover charge of $2 at the door. No appointments; first-come, first-served. For information, call 617-840-1490.

 

Pumpkins Aglow at Edaville

CARVER – Edaville USA’s new family-friendly Halloween event, Pumpkins Aglow, is held from 4 to 6 p.m. Wednesdays through Sundays through Oct. 27. Stroll through a garden of artfully carved pumpkins, take an authentic train ride through cranberry country and enjoy unlimited use of 13 amusement rides. Kids in costume can trick-or-treat safely throughout the park. Tickets are $19 for ages 2-59, $16 for ages 60 and over. Kids under age 2 are admitted free. Get details and make reservations at www.edaville.com or call 508-866-8190.

 

‘Haunted Woods’ event

PLYMOUTH – The Old Colony YMCA-Plymouth branch will host its second annual “Haunted Woods” event, from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturdays, Oct. 19 and 26, on the grounds of Camp Clark, located at 200 Hedges Pond Road. Tickets are $5 per person and, due to the “spooktastic” nature of this event, participants must be at least 9 years old. Interested volunteers ages 14 and up are asked to contact Michael McGrath for more information at mmcgrath@oldcolonyymca.org or 508-888-2290.

 

‘Cheaper by the Dozen’

DUXBURY – Bay Players will perform “Cheaper by the Dozen” at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 19 and 25 and at 3 and 7:30 p.m. Oct. 26, at First Parish Church, 842 Tremont St. (Route 3A), Duxbury. Order tickets online at www.brownpapertickets.com/event/470694. To reserve tickets, send an email to tickets@bayplayers.org or call 781-269-9885.

 

Sam Fry 5K Memorial Scholarship Road Race

PLYMOUTH – Sunday, Oct. 20, the Plymouth South High School Boosters Club will present the fifth annual Sam Fry 5K Memorial Scholarship Road Race. Registration starts at 9 a.m. and the race begins at 10 a.m. at Cabby Shack on the waterfront in Plymouth. Checks should be made payable to PSHS Boosters. Proceeds from the race go to the Plymouth South Boosters and the Sam Fry Scholarship Funds.

 

Military discount

PLYMOUTH – Ocean State Job Lot is offering a savings event for veterans and military service members called “Operation: Thank You.”

From Oct. 20 through 23, all active duty, National Guard, Reserve and retired military personnel, veterans and their immediate family members and dependents will receive a 30 percent discount on their in-store purchases. All products are eligible for the discount with the exception of generators, luggage, propane and fine area rugs. The program is available at all Job Lot stores. Military identification is required.

Ocean State Job Lot sells brand name merchandise at closeout prices and has an ever-changing array of items. For more information on Job Lot’s Operation: Thank You, visit www.osjl.com.

 

New England Watercolor Society exhibit

PLYMOUTH – The New England Watercolor Society will present its 2013 regional exhibition at the Plymouth Center for the Arts, located at 11 North St., from Oct. 18 to Nov. 14. An opening reception and awards presentation will take place from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 20. Gallery hours are from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mondays to Saturdays and from noon to 4 p.m. Sundays. Visit www.newenglandwatercolorsociety.org or www.plymouthguild.org for more information.

 

‘Two by Two’ concert at Ellison Center

DUXBURY – South Shore Conservatory’s Conservatory Concert Series will present “Two by Two,” featuring duets by the conservatory’s guitar department faculty, at 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 20, at the Ellison Center for the Arts, 64 St. George Street, Duxbury. The Conservatory Concert Series is sponsored by Boston Private Bank & Trust Company. Admission is free.

Guitarist George Little will lead the faculty in a program of duets spanning a variety of musical genres from classical to pop. This unique repertoire, an eclectic mix of Latin American, classical, jazz, rock and folk, promises unusual pairings and music rarely heard. Following the performance, the audience is invited enjoy a reception with the musicians.

“Two by Two” is the second of seven CCS concerts. For more information about CCS concerts and all Conservatory events, performances and programs, visit www.sscmusic.org or follow on Facebook.

 

Register for Holiday Boutique

PLYMOUTH – Register by Nov. 1 for the Plymouth Guild’s fourth annual Holiday Boutique sale at the Plymouth Center for the Arts, located at 11 North St. Participants may exhibit items in the indoor gallery space and sell their original artwork Nov. 23 and 24, the same weekend as the Thanksgiving parade and town-wide celebration. Call 508-746-7222 or visit www.plymouthguild.org for details.

 

Cub Scout registration

PLYMOUTH – Cub Scout Pack 151 is accepting new Cub Scouts from September through the end of October. Cub Scouting is a year-round family program designed for boys in the first through fifth grade. When you sign up your son for Cub Scouting, you’re signing him up for much more than an after school activity. Whether he’s camping for the first time or catching his first fish, your son will be taking part in activities that are fun, as well as building his character and starting him on a path to success. Pack 151 promotes character development, good citizenship and fitness and the program is first and foremost fun. For details contact Cubmaster Dave Finneran at 508-224-2172 or by email at davefinneran@msn.com.

 

Old Colony YMCA fall programs

PLYMOUTH – Registration for Fall II classes and programs has begun for the Old Colony YMCA-Plymouth branch. Classes begin the week of Nov. 3 and are offered in a variety of age groups and program areas, including gymnastics, dance, youth sports, special needs sports and outdoor education. Visit the website oldcolonyymca.org/plymouth and look for the program guide. To register, fax in the registration form to 508-888-1782 or mail it or click “register” at the top of the website. Contact Michael McGrath, program coordinator, at 508-888-2290, with questions, or email mmcgrath@oldcolonyymca.org.

 

Bay Farm Montessori Academy open house

DUXBURY – Bay Farm Montessori Academy, located at 145 Loring St., will host an admissions open house from 9:30 to 11 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 22. Families of toddlers through middle school students are invited to attend and learn about Bay Farm’s Montessori curriculum, tour the campus, and meet staff and faculty members. For more information, contact Sandy Kozlowsky, director of admissions, at 781-934-7101, ext. 38, or email sandyk@bfarm.org. Visit www.bfarm.org for additional details.

 

Free exercise guidebook

PLYMOUTH – The theme of National Physical Therapy Month (October) is “Move Forward: PT Brings Motion To Life” and in that spirit, Plymouth Rehabilitation and Health Care Center is helping seniors “Get Moving” by offering a free guidebook to exercise and physical activity, while supplies last. Stop by 123 South St. from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 23 or 30, and ask for Brenda Gellar. For more information on Plymouth Rehabilitation & Health Care Center, call Gellar at 508-927-3327 or visit athenahealthcare.com/plymouth.

 

October blood drives

PLYMOUTH – The American Red Cross will hold several community blood drives during the month of October. All eligible and new blood donors are encouraged to give blood. Blood donors are needed every day to ensure an adequate blood supply for patients in need. All presenting donors in October will be eligible to win a $200 gift card, courtesy of Suburban Propane. Prizes are nontransferable and not redeemable for cash. To make an appointment to donate blood, call 800-RED CROSS (800-733-2767) or log onto redcrossblood.org.

Wednesday, Oct. 23: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Bay State Community Services, 36 Cordage Park Circle

 

MAKOplasty information

PLYMOUTH – A free community educational session on MAKOplasty, presented by a Jordan Hospital orthopedic surgeon, will be held Oct. 23 in Sandwich and Nov. 6 in Plymouth. MAKOplasty is an innovative partial knee resurfacing treatment option for patients who suffer from knee pain due to early to mid-stage osteoarthritis of the knee. MAKOplasty removes only the diseased portions of the knee. Benefits may include a shorter hospital stay and a faster return to daily activities when compared to a full knee replacement.

Sessions will be held from 6 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 23, at the Sandwich Public Library, 142 Main St., Sandwich; and from 6 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 6, at Jordan Hospital’s Funkhouser Conference Room, 275 Sandwich St., Plymouth. Admission is free. Register by calling 800-2JORDAN (800-256-7326). Light refreshments will be served. Visit www.jordanhospital.org/knee to see a patient testimonial on MAKOplasty.

 

‘Talk of the Towne’

PLYMOUTH – The live PACTV call-in show, “Talk of the Towne,” is cablecast Wednesdays at 8 p.m. on channels 13 (for Comcast customers) and 43 (for Verizon subscribers). Visit www.pactv.org for details or call 508-830-6999. Karen Buechs hosts the show unless otherwise noted.

Oct. 23: Guest, Selectman Tony Provenzano

Oct. 30: Host, Ken Buechs; guests, The 3 Amigoes

 

Breast Center fundraiser at Daisy Riley

PLYMOUTH – Daisy Riley Clothing & Accessories will sponsor a scarf-tying seminar from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24, at the shop, located at 170 Water St. Admission fee is $10. All proceeds will be donated to the Jordan Hospital Breast Center. Seats may be reserved at the shop or by calling 508-747-2882.

 

Farmers’ Market at Plimoth Plantation

PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Farmers’ Market is open for its 10th outdoor season and calling Plimoth Plantation home again this summer. The traditional cowbell will open the original Plymouth market from 2:30 to 6:30 p.m. each Thursday, June through October on the grassy field adjacent to the River Street museum entrance, rain or shine.

Summer through fall, Plymouth Farmers’ Market is active with its customary music series, storytellers, community partners and food literacy demonstrations. The market presents regional farmers who provide their own fresh seasonal fruits, vegetables, eggs and dairy cheese, freshly caught lobsters, grass-fed meats, herbs, honey, cut flowers and plants.

EBT/SNAP/debit cards, WIC, senior coupons and Jordan Hospital fresh food vouchers are all welcome. The market location has ample free parking, with handicap and senior parking close to the market field. Plimoth Plantation is accessible on the GATRA Mayflower link and free market bags are available for GATRA riders. The market continues to be free and open to the public, year round. For directions, seasonal recipes and more information about the Plymouth Farmers’ Market at Plimoth Plantation, follow the Market on Twitter, find the Market on Facebook, receive the newsletter and visit plymouthfarmersmarket.org.

 

Culinary Institute reception

PLYMOUTH – The Culinary Institute of America is holding a reception at 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24, at the White Cliffs Country Club in Plymouth.

CIA graduate Michael Beriau (1976), executive chef at the White Cliffs Country Club and winner of the 2007 American Culinary Federation Chef Professionalism Award, hosts the event. 

Attendees will have their college application fee waived and may qualify for tuition grants. The college is offering $3.6 million in scholarships for the 2013-14 academic year. CIA offers associate degrees in culinary arts and baking and pastry arts; and bachelor’s degrees in culinary management, baking and pastry management and culinary science. Students can also pursue concentrations in beverage management, farm-to-table cooking and Latin cuisines. To learn more contact The Culinary Institute of America at 800-CULINARY (285-4627) or visit www.ciachef.edu.

 

Just Ride fundraiser

PLYMOUTH – Join Jody and Mel at 6:45 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24, at Just Ride Indoor Cycling Studio, located at 74 Camelot Drive, for a cycling class to help raise awareness and support for the local Jordan Breast Care Center. This duo will lead you through a one-and-a-half hour 1980s video ride. Participants are welcome to wear 1980s attire but it is not required. Space is limited so reserve your saddle today at www.justrideplymouth.com. The fee for the class is a $20 minimum donation made out to the Jordan Breast Care Center.

 

Trik or Trot Race

PLYMOUTH – In partnership with Bayside Runner and South Shore Race Management, the second annual Trik or Trot Race will be held Saturday, Oct. 26, in Plymouth. The 5K race begins at 9 a.m. atop Burial Hill. Preregistration cost is $25 and race day registration is $30. A children’s one-fourth mile race begins at 8:45 a.m. There is no charge or age cut-off for the children’s events. To register, visit www.southshoreracemgmt.com. “My Team Triumph” will provide running chairs and volunteer runners for individuals with disabilities who wish to participate. For more information, visit www.myteamtriumph-ma.org.

Costumes are not required but strongly encouraged. There will be awards for the overall top three male and three female finishers and medals to top three in each age group and best overall costumes. A portion of the race proceeds benefit the Arc of Greater Plymouth. The Arc provides services and supports to individuals with intellectual and other developmental disabilities and their families. It serves 600 individuals and 1,000 families in the Greater Plymouth area. For more information, visit www.thearcofgp.org. If interested in sponsoring the race, contact Susan O’Neal at the Arc via email to susano@thearcofgp.org or by calling 508-732-9292, ext 26.

 

Harvest Fair

PLYMOUTH – The annual Harvest Fair at the Church of the Pilgrimage in Town Square, will take place from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26. Luncheon will take place in Allerton Hall, across the street.

The fair will offer silent auction items, raffles, attic treasures (antiques, vintage), country store items, homemade chicken pot pies, homemade fruit pies, baked goods, jewelry, bath and body items, kids items, holiday items, homemade knitted sweaters, hats and mittens, gently used books and doll clothes.

 

Recycling drive

PLYMOUTH – Congregation Beth Jacob Brotherhood, in conjunction with Advanced Electronics Recycling Inc., will hold a recycling drive from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26, in the Stop & Shop parking lot on Samoset Street and Route 3. All accepted items cost $5 each (about half the cost charged at the transfer stations). No major appliances will be accepted. With at least two days advance notice, there will be free pickup available for a minimum of 10 items (or $50 worth). Call 774-454-2652 or email aprocess@aol.com with questions.

 

Fall Festival

PLYMOUTH – Plymouth Rehabilitation & Health Care Center, located at 123 South St., will host its annual Fall Festival from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26. The public is welcome and the event is free. Activities include a haunted house, barnyard animals, face painting, BBQ lunch, scholastic book fair, crafts and more. For more information, call Brenda Gellar at 508-927-3327.

 

Open house at Falmouth Academy

FALMOUTH – Falmouth Academy will hold a fall admissions open house from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26. The campus, located at 7 Highfield Drive in Falmouth, will be open for touring throughout the afternoon. Student guides will conduct tours and answer questions and Falmouth Academy teachers and current parents will be available to meet with visitors.

The open house will include information sessions on grades 7-12 programs, including the middle school years, college guidance, the school’s science program, financial aid and Perspectives of the Class of 2014. Visitors will also have the opportunity to meet Falmouth Academy Head of School Mark Segar. Interested families may stop by for a few minutes or stay for the full two hours. There is no need to RSVP.

Falmouth Academy is an independent day school for college-bound students in grades 7-12. For information, call Mike Earley, assistant headmaster and director of admissions, at 508-457-9696, ext. 224.

 

Meat raffles at Post 1822

PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Veterans of Foreign Wars Memorial Post 1822, located at 22 Seven Hills Road, will host meat raffles, open to the public, from 4 to 8 p.m. Saturdays, Oct. 26, Nov. 16 and Dec. 21.

 

Large meat raffle at Alden Club

PLYMOUTH – All are welcome to a large meat raffle from 7 to 11 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26, at the John Alden Sportsman’s Club, located at 16 Minuteman Lane. There will be door prizes, lottery and food. Call 508-224-3384 for more information.

 

Bridal Expo

PLYMOUTH – A Bridal Expo will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 27, at Waverly Oaks Golf Club in Plymouth. Book your wedding reception at Waverly Oaks the day of the show and receive a free photo booth display for the day of your wedding. See www.shootmephotobooth.com.

Prizes to be won include a three-night and four-day all-inclusive stay (adult only) at the Paradisus Playa del Carmen La Perla. The Expo will showcase options for photography, videography, accommodations, invitations, tuxedos, dresses, salons and day spas, bakeries, florists, transportation, jewelry, hair and makeup, gifts, linens, entertainment, travel agencies and more. The DJ Experience will emcee the event. The entrance fee is $5. Register online at www.waverlyoaksgc.com.

 

Lucky Bob at Memorial Hall

PLYMOUTH – All are welcome to a show by Boston magician and juggler, Lucky Bob, at 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 27, at Memorial Hall, located at 83 Court St. Children will sit on the floor with Lucky Bob performing right in front of them, so take a blanket. Lucky Bob provides a variety show that includes magic, juggling skills, comedy routines and tons of audience interaction. During his performance you might see him juggle fire, escape from a straightjacket, balance 10 boxes on his face, read minds, make a 12-foot pole appear, pluck cards out of thin air, bunny-hop on a unicycle and shrink and grow his own head.

The fee is $5 per child. Adults are admitted free after paying the child’s fee. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Register for the event online with a credit card at www.plymouthrec.com.

 

Duxbury Music Festival preview concert

DUXBURY – South Shore Conservatory will present a Duxbury Music Festival preview concert at 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 27, at the Society of Saint Margaret’s new home, 50 Harden Hill Road, on Duxbury Bay. Experience chamber music in a small and intimate setting, followed by a reception with the performers.

 The program includes Five Pieces for two violins and piano by Dmitri Shostakovich; Canzonetta for oboe and piano by Samuel Barber; Air, Variations & Finale for oboe, violin and piano by Dorothy Howell; Sonata in E minor, Op. 3, no. 5 by Jean-Marie Leclair; and Salon Pieces, Op. 6 by Sergei Rachmaninoff. South Shore Conservatory musicians include Stephen Deitz, piano; Tudor Dornescu, violin; Elizabeth England, clarinet; Aleksandra Labinska, violin; and Regina Yung, piano.

 Tickets are $75 per person, which includes a $40 tax-deductible gift to the Conservatory. For more information and to purchase tickets, go to durymusicfestival.org or call 781-749-7565, ext. 30. For the latest information, follow the Duxbury Music Festival on Facebook.

 

Scholastic book fair

PLYMOUTH – The Athena Day School will hold a scholastic book fair from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 28 through Nov. 1, in the Allerton lobby at the Plymouth Rehabilitation & Health Care Center, located at 123 South St. The Athena Day School serves children with special needs. Proceeds from the sale will benefit this program. For details, contact Brenda Gellar, book fair chairman, at 508-927-3327. Visit athenahealthcare.com/plymouth for more information.

 

MOMS Club party

PLYMOUTH – The MOMS Club of Plymouth will host an open house/Halloween party from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 28, at Hop Skip and Jump Preschool, located at 1 Park Place. Moms and children are welcome to dress up and take in a treat (not containing nuts) to share.

The MOMS Club of Plymouth (Moms Offering Moms Support) is a nonprofit support group for stay-at-home and part-time working mothers in the Plymouth area. The club offers many things to do each month, from park play dates and a recipe club to coupon swaps, monthly social meetings and much more. Check out the website at www.plymouthmoms.cfsites.org.

 

Heartsaver First Aid course

KINGSTON – Health Ed of New England will hold a Heartsaver First Aid course for the public from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 29, at the Kingston Public Library, at 6 Green St. in Kingston. This event will be a fundraiser for victims of the 2013 Boston Marathon. All proceeds will be donated to the One Fund. Learn to recognize and treat common emergencies in adults, such as bleeding, head injuries, burns, stroke and fractures. This is an American Heart Association certification course and is sponsored by the Kingston Public Library. The cost is $40 per person. Preregistration is required by Monday, Oct. 28. To register, call 781-582-1440 or 800-434-6000, or visit www.healthednewengland.com.

 

College funding seminar

PLYMOUTH – The New England Advisors Group will hold a free seminar about college funding from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 30, in the Plymouth Public Library, located at 132 South St., for all parents of high school children. Learn how to earn up to $15,000 in scholarships per child, how to pay for college without going broke, how “expensive” private schools can cost less than the “less expensive” state schools, how to afford the school your child wants to attend, when and how to apply and get more free money, what the best ways are to create and use your 529 savings, how to negotiate with colleges to obtain a better award package and how to untangle the mysteries of the FAFSA and the CSS Profiles. Attendance is limited.

Register by emailing clarsen@coladvgrp.com or calling 781-740-1175. Visit www.newenglandadvisorsgroup.net for details.

 

Free lecture on hereditary cancer

 KINGSTON – All are welcome to a free lecture from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 30, at Blackstone’s Pub at Indian Pond Country Club, 60 Country Club Way, Kingston, focusing on hereditary breast and ovarian cancer syndrome. The presenters will be Nadine M. Tung, M.D., Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Cancer Risk Evaluation Program director; Jordan OB/GYN and Midwifery’s Russell Atkin, M.D.; and Jordan Hospital Breast Center Director Lisa Tito. Learn how genes affect our risk of developing cancer. Topics include counseling and testing, treatment and monitoring of BRCA positive individuals and the effects on their lives and loved ones. Admission is free. Registration is required. Call 800-2JORDAN (800-256-7326) to register. Dinner will be provided.

 

Halloween on Main Street

PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Area Chamber of Commerce will host “Halloween on Main Street” from 2 to 5 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 31. Participating Main Street businesses in Plymouth will hand out candy and goodies to kids who visit their stores in costume. The trick-or-treat route starts at Memorial Hall, located at 83 Court St., where kids will receive trick-or-treat bags, then runs south to Town Square and back again. The route includes both Court and Main streets. Trick-or-treaters can take it one side of the street at a time. Kids of all ages are encouraged to don a costume and join in the fun. A costume contest will be held at Memorial Hall at the end of the event. Call 508-830-1620 or see www.plymouthchamber.com for more information.

 

Costume event at the library

PLYMOUTH – Kids age 11 to 17 are invited to a costume event, the Supah Dupah Cosplay, hosted by the Junior Friends of the Plymouth Public Library, at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 30, at the main library, located at 132 South St. Arrive dressed as your favorite character and be prepared to act as this character the whole night. Cider and doughnuts will be for sale to raise funds for the Young Adult Collection, as well as music, games, photo opportunities and a costume competition. You are encouraged to bring an already carved and decorated pumpkin with you, for the Best Pumpkin Contest.

Junior Friends is a library organization for young adults age 11 to 18 years, interested in participating in library activities, volunteering for library events, having a voice in what the library offers young people, earning community service hours for school or church and/or just having fun. For more information or to join the email list, contact the Manomet Branch Library at 508-830-4185 or send an email to jenniferj@ocln.org.

 

Meetinghouse tours

PLYMOUTH – The First Parish Church meetinghouse, at 19 Town Square, Plymouth, is open for tours from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday from June through October. Standing sentinel over 400 years of rich history in Plymouth, the 1899 First Parish Meetinghouse is the oldest continuous church and the oldest organization of any kind in the United States. It’s the centerpiece of Plymouth’s historic Town Square and overlooks Leyden Street, where the Pilgrims settled. Dedicated as the National Memorial Pilgrim Church, images of the Pilgrims are captured in the Tiffany glass windows. For details, visit www.firstparishplymouth.org or call 508-747-1606.

 

Relay for Life volunteers

PLYMOUTH – Sign up at the new and improved website for the 2014 Relay for Life of Greater Plymouth. The enhanced website at www.relayforlife.org/gtrplymouthma is easier to navigate and find information about the Relay for Life and American Cancer Society. It also features helpful tips on fundraising and starting a team for this “walk around the clock” to conquer cancer. The 2014 Relay For Life of Greater Plymouth will be held June 20 and 21 at Plymouth South High School.

Teams are organizing now and volunteers are needed to help with planning. The event will include survivors and caregivers laps, survivors reception, luminaria ceremony with 5,000-plus candles, music by a DJ, games, face painting, decorated campsites, contests, drawings, auctions, live performances and demonstrations, food, ice cream, midnight volleyball tournament and much more. The community fundraiser covers the towns of Plymouth, Carver, Kingston, Plympton and Pembroke. For additional information, contact Jennie Babcock at jbabcock13@comcast.net or 508-254-9320.

 

‘The Sunshine Boys’

WHITE HORSE BEACH – Priscilla Beach Theatre will present Neil Simon’s “The Sunshine Boys” at 8 p.m. Nov. 1, 2, 8 and 9, and at 2 p.m. Nov. 3 and 10, at PBT’s newly remodeled black box theatre, at 800 Rocky Hill Road.

Directed by Conni DiLego, the adult cast features actors from throughout the region, including Jack Craib as Al Lewis and Geronimo Sands as Willie Clark, both of Plymouth. The play is the story of a grudging reunion between former top-billed vaudevillians Lewis and Clark, who, despite their comedic chemistry on stage, can’t stand each other offstage. As the cantankerous comedians are forced to reunite for a television retrospective, they are brought back together, along with a flood of memories, miseries and laughs.

Tickets for “The Sunshine Boys” are $20 and reservations are recommended, by calling 508-224-4888 or email at info@PBTheatre.org. For more information, visit www.PBTheatre.org.

 

Plymouth town-wide cleanup

PLYMOUTH – Plymouth residents are invited to help beautify parks, natural areas and neighborhoods by picking up trash Saturday, Nov. 2. (Rain date is Nov. 3.) This is the eighth town-wide cleanup organized by Plymouth’s Network of Open Space Friends with help from the Department of Public Works. Show some love to America’s Hometown. Join an established group or organize one. To find a group, check the list at networkofopenspacefriends.org or contact Patrick Farah at Town Hall; call 508-747-1620, ext. 204, or email pfarah@townhall.plymouth.ma.us. A few hours of work helps keep Plymouth’s parks, preserves and gardens clean and green for everyone to enjoy.

 

Burial Hill tour

PLYMOUTH – Each year through 2020, the Plymouth Antiquarian Society will present “Burial Hill: History in Progress,” a series of history expeditions on Burial Hill, one of America’s oldest and most significant burying grounds. Tours will be offered at 1 p.m. the first Saturday of every month (except January). Local historians and guides Stephen O’Neill, Karin Goldstein and Joyce Poremski join Antiquarian Director Donna Curtin as tour leaders, sharing their individual expertise on a range of topics.

This tour will meet at the main Burial Hill stairway; no reservations are required for individuals and families. Participants may traverse steep and slippery slopes; please wear appropriate shoes. Severe weather may cancel tour; updates will be posted on the Plymouth Antiquarian Society Facebook page. For more information, email pasm@verizon.net or call 508-746-0012 or visit www.plymouthantiquariansociety.org.

Scheduled: Nov. 2, “Puritan Funerals,” Stephen O’Neill; and Dec. 7, “Christmas Tales and Traditions,” Donna Curtin.

 

PPO at Plymouth North High School

PLYMOUTH – Steven Karidoyanes will conduct the Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra’s “Classically Romantic” concert at 8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 2, at the new Performing Arts Center at Plymouth North High School, located at 41 Obery St.

The evening will include a sonic test drive of the hall’s acoustics with Beethoven’s heroic Emperor Piano Concerto, Schubert’s sparkly Third Symphony and the evocative seascape for orchestra, the Hebrides Overture by Mendelssohn. There will be a special guest performance by pianist Sunhwa Park. Pre-concert and intermission entertainment will be performed by Plymouth North High School’s select vocal ensemble, Northern Lights.

Tickets are $20 to $50. Senior, youth and group discounts are offered. Call 508-746-8008 or visit www.plymouthphil.org for details. Concert sponsors are Mollie B. Dunn and Newfield House. The 98th season of the Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra is funded in part by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.

 

Royce Whitaker 5K and fun run

DUXBURY – Bay Farm Montessori Academy, located at 145 Loring St., will hold its annual Royce Whitaker 5K Run by the Bay and Kids Run for Fun Sunday, Nov. 3. This USATF-certified 5K race is dedicated to the memory of Royce Whitaker, a 7-year-old Bay Farm student who lost his life in 2009. Competitive runners, joggers and walkers of all ages are welcome to participate in this family-focused event. The race begins in front of the academy, with registration from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m., the Kids’ Fun Run from 9:30 to 10, the 5K Run/Walk from 10:15 to 11 and awards at 11:30 a.m. For details, see www.bfarm.org.

 

‘Look Good, Feel Better’

PLYMOUTH – Jordan Hospital will host the American Cancer Society’s “Look Good, Feel Better” program from 3 to 5 p.m. Monday, Nov. 4, in the Breast Center Conference Room, located at 275 Sandwich St.

Look Good, Feel Better is offered through a partnership of the American Cancer Society, the Personal Care Products Council Foundation and the Professional Beauty Association. It is a free program that teaches cancer patients hands-on cosmetic techniques to help them cope with appearance-related side effects from chemotherapy and/or radiation treatments.

Wig care, scarf and hat use, skin and nail care will all be discussed, and all participants will receive a free makeup kit. Registration is required, call Maureen Kwash at 508-897-4339 or email Maureen.Kwash@cancer.org. For more information or for cancer information anytime, contact your American Cancer Society at 800-227-2345 or visit cancer.org.

 

Black and White Club meeting

PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Black and White Club will hold a meeting at noon Tuesday, Nov. 5. New members are always welcome. Luncheon meetings are held at noon the first Tuesday of every month from October to June, upstairs in the Unitarian Universalist Church Hall in Town Square. The club has been meeting and exploring the arts since 1885. For more than a century, the club has supported artists and explored various art mediums. The club meets from 10 a.m. to noon every Tuesday for rug making and knitting. Day trips to Fairhaven and the Fuller Museum are scheduled. A basket-making class with Diane Stant is planned for March 2014. Annual dues are $35. Call Rain Phillips at 508-866-9228 for more information.

 

John Barclay photography lecture

PLYMOUTH – Photography Events by Amy announced that well-known photographer John Barclay will present his popular educational and inspirational lecture, “Dream-Believe-Create,” in Plymouth, at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 5. Cost is $15.75 in advance or $20 at the door. For more information and to reserve your spot, visit www.meetup.com/Photography-Events-by-Amy/events/138849712/

 

Bay Youth Symphony concert

KINGSTON – South Shore Conservatory’s Bay Youth Symphony will present a fall concert at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 6, at Silver Lake Regional Middle School, 260 Pembroke St., Kingston.

Under the guidance of Music Director Jonathan Lam, BaYS is sponsored by South Shore Conservatory in collaboration with the Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra and Artistic Advisor Steven Karidoyanes. BaYS offers two leveled orchestras and is open to students from communities throughout the South Shore and Cape Cod. BaYS ensembles offer dedicated and talented young musicians the opportunity to perform symphonic music at a high level in an organized, supportive orchestra program, rehearsing weekly at Marshfield High School.

Admission to the concert is free to students K-12. Adult tickets cost $10 and can be purchased at the door. Additional support for this program is provided by Silver Lake Middle School Music Department and by grants from Marshfield and Scituate Cultural councils. Students interested in scheduling a BaYS audition or more information about BaYS can visit www.sscmusic.org/orchestra.html or contact Managing Director Candace Kniffen at c.kniffen@sscmusic.org, or 781-749-7565, ext. 32.

 

Taste of the Town

PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Public Library Corporation will present its 10th annual Taste of the Town benefit at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 7, at the Radisson Hotel Plymouth Harbor, 180 Water St. Sip wines from around the world and sample food from 20 local restaurants. Tickets are $60 per person and are available at the Plymouth Public Library at 132 South St., the Manomet Branch Library at 12 Strand Ave., and Pioppi’s at 183 Court St. Tickets may also be purchased online at www.plymouthpubliclibrarycorp.org.

 

November blood drives

PLYMOUTH – The American Red Cross will hold several community blood drives during the month of November. All eligible and new blood donors are encouraged to give blood. Blood donors are needed every day to ensure an adequate blood supply for patients in need. To make an appointment to donate blood, call 800-RED CROSS (800-733-2767) or log onto redcrossblood.org.

Friday, Nov. 8: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Jordan Hospital, 275 Sandwich St.

Saturday, Nov. 16: 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., Plymouth Lodge AF&AM, 116 South Meadow Road

Tuesday, Nov. 19: 1-6 p.m., Plymouth Fitness Center, 16 Aldrin Road

 

PSA Day

PLYMOUTH – PACTV will hold a public service announcement day from 1 to 5 p.m. Friday, Nov. 8, at the PACTV studios, located at 4 Collins Ave. in Plymouth, for nonprofit organizations and community service providers located in or serving the communities of Plymouth, Duxbury, Kingston or Pembroke. As a community service, the staff at PACTV will work with you to produce a 30-second public service announcement at no charge.

All of the public service announcements recorded on PSA Day will be shown on PACTV’s public access channel – channels 13 (Comcast) and 43 (Verizon) in Duxbury, Kingston, Pembroke and Plymouth. PACTV will also give participating organizations a DVD with their PSA to upload online. To find out more or to schedule an appointment, call Donna Rodriguez, PACTV outreach coordinator, at 508-830-6999 or email Donna@pactv.org.

 

Edaville Rail Run

CARVER – The 14th annual Edaville Rail Run will be held Nov. 9 in Carver. There will be a 5-mile run starting at 10 a.m. and a 2-mile run/walk starting at 10:05. The first 700 participants will receive a dry fit long-sleeved T-shirt. New this year are zippered fleece-lined hoodies, designed like the T-shirt, being offered for a fee, but there are limited amounts.

All participants enjoy Bob’s “chowda,” bagels from MaryLou’s, treats from The Little Red Smokehouse and more. Sponsors include Sullivan Bros. Toyota, Dunkin’ Donuts, Haufler Associates Law Firm, Roby’s Propane Gas, DAD Line Construction Inc., Marcus, Errico, Emmer & Brooks Law Firm, Bayside Runner, Marathon Sports and the Greater Boston Running Company.

Preregistration deadline is Oct. 26. All registrations are online at www.racewire.com. All proceeds benefit the youth of Carver and the Dorine Merritt Memorial Fund. Any questions, email, Donna Merritt, race director, at edavillerailrun@comcast.net or call 508-317-5359.

 

Holiday fair

PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Spiritualist Church will hold a free holiday fair from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 9, at the church, located at 131 Standish Ave., with many craft vendors, baked goods, a pet table and Christmas table and a lottery basket. Take a chance on winning two tickets to the Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra or a gift certificate for a complete Bongi’s turkey dinner. All are welcome.

 

Plymouth Antiquarian Society luncheon

PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Antiquarian Society’s 94th annual meeting and luncheon will be held Saturday, Nov. 9, at Plymouth Country Club, located at 221 Warren Ave. (Country Club Way).

Enjoy panoramic views of Cape Cod Bay while enjoying a buffet luncheon of roasted pork loin and turkey breast. After lunch, special guest Stephen Puleo, author of “The Caning,” will tell the story of a transformative event in American history: the beating of renowned anti-slavery Senator Charles Sumner by ardent pro-slavery Congressman Preston S. Brooks in the U.S. Senate chamber in May 1856. Published in October 2012, the book has won critical praise for its riveting portrayal of the incident and its insight into how the caning locked pro- and anti-slavery forces on a tragic collision course to war. A former award-winning newspaper reporter and contributor of feature stories and book reviews to American History magazine and the Boston Globe, Puleo teaches at Suffolk University in Boston.

The business meeting and presentation of nominees will begin at 11:30 a.m., luncheon is at noon, Puleo’s presentation at 1 p.m. Nonmembers are welcome. Tickets are $35 per person and include lunch. RSVP by Monday, Nov. 4. Reservations are required and tickets are nonrefundable. Visit www.plymouthantiquariansociety.org for more information or email pasm@verizon.net or call 508-746-0012.

 

Poetry: The Art of Words

PLYMOUTH – Poetry: The Art of Words, the Mike Amado Memorial Series, is held at the Plymouth Center for the Arts, at 11 North St. Doors open at 11:30 a.m., the music starts at noon, followed by poetry at 12:45 and an open mike at 1:15. Admission and refreshments are free. For details, visit www.ptaow.com. This program is supported in part by a grant from the Plymouth Cultural Council. (Note that the November event will be on a Saturday instead of a Sunday.)

Nov. 9: Gloria Mindock and Catherine Sasanov

Dec. 8: Dennis Daly and Lawrence Kessenich

Jan. 12: Ryk McIntyre and Elizabeth Quinlan

Feb. 9: C.D. Collins and Barry Hellman

March 9: Bill “Liam” Alberti and Louise Dery-Wells

April 13: Timothy Gager and Chad Parenteau

 

Veterans Day parade

PLYMOUTH – The Department of Veterans’ Services and Plymouth’s Veterans Council will hold its annual Veterans Day Parade at 9:30 a.m. Monday, Nov. 11. The parade will assemble at 9 a.m. and step off at 9:30 a.m. from Hedge Road in North Plymouth.

The Grand Marshall will be Robert L. Po, 92, who served as a sergeant and medic during World War II. The guest speaker at this year’s event will be retired Col. Edward Connors.

The route of the parade will be as follows. From Hedge Road the parade will turn left, heading south on Court Street to Cherry Street and turn west for one block to continue south on Standish Avenue to Veterans Field, where there will be a brief ceremony at the World War I Memorial.

The parade will then continue south to Hamilton Street, and travel a block east to return to Court Street, proceeding to Memorial Hall for a brief ceremony at the World War II and Spanish War memorials. The parade route will then continue south on Court Street to the 1820 Courthouse Green for a ceremony at the Korea and Vietnam Memorial. The parade will continue south on Court Street to the WWI Memorial Bridge over Town Brook on Sandwich Street (at the foot of Summer Street) for a brief ceremony. The parade will end at the Plymouth Training Green with a ceremony at the Grand Army of the Republic Memorial.

In the event of inclement weather, a ceremony will be held indoors at 10:30 a.m. in Memorial Hall. Questions should be directed to the Veterans’ Services Department at 508-747-1620, ext. 172, or Veterans Agent Roxanne Whitbeck, at ext. 173.

 

Plymouth Garden Club

PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Garden Club will next meet at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 13, at the Chiltonville Church, located at 6 River St. The program for this meeting will be “Holiday Sparkle, Help Your Home Look the Best for the Holidays,” presented by award-winning floral designers Elaine Di Giovanni and Linda Ladd. Guests are welcome for a $3 fee. Members are asked to take in a single horticulture specimen from their garden, labeled. There will also be a seed exchange.

 This year’s planting of 1,000 daffodil bulbs will take place at the Golden Living Nursing Home on Obery Street at 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 19. Please take gardening tools with you. The flowerbeds cleanup at the Plymouth Public Library on South Street is scheduled for 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 26. Gerri Williams is looking for volunteers from the club to participate in the Junior Gardeners program for the coming year. Volunteers will visit all fifth grades in the Plymouth school system to present a program on the local endangered species and the environment.

If interested in becoming a Plymouth Garden Club member, email Judy Tessin at jatessin@gmail.com, or visit www.Plymouthgardenclub.org for further information.

 

Evening Garden Club

PLYMOUTH – The Evening Garden Club of Plymouth will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 13, at the John Alden Club, located at 16 Minuteman Lane in Manomet. Due to Thanksgiving, the meeting has been moved up a week. The program for the meeting will be “Gardening is Murder” by author Neal Sanders. Neal Sanders has written six mysteries, several with garden club settings. He writes the popular “The Principal Undergardeners” blog that addresses gardening as a nongardener who loves gardening. He and his wife, Betty, maintain a two-acre garden in Medfield that has been featured in the Wall Street Journal and in the Garden Conservancy’s “Open Days” program.

Guests are welcome for a $5 fee. Contact Jeanne at 508-747-1975, or email the club at Plyevegardenclub@gmail.com for information on becoming a member. See www.eveninggardenclub.org for details. The Evening Garden Club of Plymouth is a member of the Garden Club Federation of MA, Southeast District.

 

Better Breathers Club

PLYMOUTH – If you or a loved one has COPD, asthma, pulmonary fibrosis or another chronic lung disease, you are welcome to attend the free meetings held at Jordan Hospital from 1 to 2:30 p.m. the second Wednesday of every other month in the Funkhouser Conference Room at Jordan Hospital, located at 275 Sandwich St. Call 800-2Jordan for more information.

One of the best ways to improve skills in self-management of COPD and other lung problems is for patients to understand their disease through education. The Jordan Hospital, in affiliation with the American Lung Association, offers education and support through the Better Breathers Club. Members learn to deal with the anxiety and burdens of chronic illness to improve overall health status and quality of life through education while getting the support of others who share in their struggles. Next meeting is 1 to 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 13.

 

Courthouse feasibility study results

PLYMOUTH – Results of the feasibility study for a government center at the site of the 1820 Courthouse will be presented at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 13, in the cafetorium at Plymouth South High School. All are welcome to attend.

 

Craft fair at PCIS

PLYMOUTH – PCIS will hold a fair from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 16, to raise money for the grade 8 trip to Washington, D.C., in May. Crafters can purchase one table for $15 or two for $25. To reserve a table or for more information, call 508-830-4476 or email ctoomey@plymouth.k12.ma.us.

 

Holiday fair

PLYMOUTH – The annual “Angels in the Air” holiday fair will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. Nov. 15, and from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 16, at Plymouth United Methodist Church, located at 29 Carver Road. The fair will include crafts, baked goods, nearly new items, books and media, jewelry, tools, children’s corner, Mrs. Santa, holiday café, entertainment and more. Crafters who wish to secure a space should call the church office at 508-746-1642 or email plymouthumc@verizon.net.

 

Priscilla Beach Theatre musical

WHITE HORSE BEACH – Priscilla Beach Theatre will hold rehearsals for its musical production. Directed by Theresa Chiasson, rehearsals are from noon to 5 p.m. Saturdays, Oct. 5 to Nov. 9, and from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 15. Performances are 2 p.m. Nov. 16, 17, 23 and 24.

The musical production is “Honk Jr.,” with music by George Stiles and book and lyrics by Anthony Drewe. It is the award-winning musical based on Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Ugly Duckling.” PBT’s musical theatre workshop is $300 per student and is directed by professionals who create a safe and supportive environment to learn, explore, build confidence, forge strong bonds and develop stage skills. To register for workshops, visit www.pbtheatre.org or call 508-224-4888.

 

South Shore Locavores

KINGSTON – The South Shore Locavores meet at 7 p.m. the third Thursday of the month at Beal House, 222 Main St., Kingston. Besides speakers and demonstrations, the Locavores provide resource lists for each session, as well as door prizes. Feel free to take a dish to share. There will be time at the beginning and end of each meeting for munching and mingling.

Team up against hunger: In an effort to help fight hunger on the South Shore, SSL will collect nonperishable foods at the beginning of each gathering to donate to the Greater Plymouth Food Warehouse. If possible, contribute a can. These gatherings are free. However, if you are able, donations of $10 will be gratefully accepted to help cover expenses. Any surplus will be used toward library book purchases.

Upcoming sessions include: Nov. 21, Edible Marketplace; Dec. 19, CoffeeVores: Local Sources for a Distant Product; Jan. 16, Backyard Chickens; Feb. 20, Local Home Cooking; March 20, All About Goats; April 17, Field, Forest, and Seashore: Foraging in Massachusetts; May 15, Antibiotics in Your Food. (Monthly topics are subject to change.) South Shore Locavores is a collaboration between the Kingston Public Library and “edible South Shore and South Coast” magazine.

 

America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Celebration

PLYMOUTH – America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Celebration will take place in Plymouth from Nov. 22 to 24. For details, see www.usathanksgiving.com or call 508-746-1818.

Friday, Nov. 22

The South Shore Living Magazine’s Taste of New England VIP reception from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at Plymouth Memorial Hall, 83 Court St. (by invitation only); the PIDC free patriotic concert, featuring the U.S. Navy Band Country Current, from 7 to 10 p.m., at Plymouth Memorial Hall, 83 Court St. (Doors open at 6 p.m. for general seating.)

Saturday, Nov. 23

“Portal to the Past” historical village and demonstrations, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Brewster Gardens.

Parade opening ceremonies, 10:30 a.m. in Pilgrim Memorial State Park on the Plymouth waterfront.

Thanksgiving parade, 11 a.m. to 1:15 p.m., Route 3A and Water Street in downtown Plymouth.

Wampanoag educational pavilion, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Brewster Gardens.

Coast Guard Rescue, 1 p.m., Plymouth Harbor.

Senior Drum Corps Reunion, 6:30-10:30 p.m. at Plymouth Memorial Hall, 83 Court St. (Doors open at 6 p.m. for general seating.)

Sunday, Nov. 24

“Portal to the Past” historical village and demonstrations, and Wampanoag educational pavilion, 9 a.m. to noon in Brewster Gardens.

Makepeace Farm’s Harvest Market, crafters pavilion and kids activity tent, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Pilgrim Memorial State Park.

 

Polar Express and Christmas lights at Edaville

CARVER – Edaville has been restoring part of the original railway laid in 1947. It will debut for service Nov. 22, the first of the Polar Express dates during Edaville’s holiday season this year. The Polar Express will leave the Edaville depot, switch tracks at the Atwood whistle stop and continue on to the North Pole. There the train will stop and Santa will climb on board, greet the children and give each a golden bell, the first gift of Christmas. Costumed staff will serve hot chocolate and cookies while pajama-clad guests enjoy a live reading and carols – all on an authentic steam train, just like in the story.

The Polar Express at Edaville will run three trains each night, Nov. 22-24 and 27 and Dec. 1, 5-6, 8, 12-13, 15, 18-20, 22-24 and 26-28. Train times are 4:30, 5:30 and 6:30 p.m. on weekends and 5:30, 6:30 and 7:30 p.m. on weekdays. The cost is $34 for all ages 2 and up and includes the Polar Express experience as well as all rides and attractions at Edaville’s Christmas Festival of Lights.

The Christmas Festival of Lights will run at Edaville from Nov. 22 through Jan. 1 (closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day). Weekday hours are 4 to 9 p.m. and weekend hours are 2 to 9 p.m. Festival of Lights tickets are $19 for ages 2-59, $16 for seniors ages 60-plus. Children under age 2 are admitted free.

Details and tickets for The Polar Express and all Edaville events can be found at www.edaville.com or by calling 508-866-8190.

 

Turkey Trot 5K

KINGSTON – The Soul Sisters Foundation will hold the sixth annual Turkey Trot, sponsored by Brownstone Insurance Agency, Saturday, Nov. 23, at Hilltop Athletic Club, 65 Pottle St., Kingston. Start time is 9 a.m.; preceded by registration from 7:30 to 8:45 a.m. The charge is $25 before Nov. 22, $30 on race day, and $10 for the Kids Mad Dash (ages 2-8) following the race.

This fun run/walk brings the community together and raises money and awareness for an important cause. This year the proceeds will benefit Dana Farber ovarian cancer research as well as local community members in need. To nominate a deserving woman or family, contact impact@soulsisterfoundation.org or send mail to Soul Sisters Foundation, P.O. Box 128, Kingston, MA 02364. See www.soulsisterfoundation.org for details.

 

Christmas craft fair

PLYMOUTH – As part of its 125th anniversary year celebration, Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church in North Plymouth will hold its annual Christmas craft fair from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 30, at the church, located at 384 Court St. Featured will be the themed baskets that have been very popular in past years, specia
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