It’s a Wonderful Life will be performed at the Massasoit Community College Buckley Theatre for 2 weekends November 25 & 26 and December 2&3 . Inspired by the 1946 film with Jimmy Stewart, this classic play is brought to vibrant theatrical life
Christmas Eve finds George Bailey deeply troubled, and repeated prayers for his wellbeing from numerous friends and family members reach Heaven. Clarence Odbody Angel Second Class, is assigned to save him and earn his wings. Franklin and Joseph, the head angels, review George’s life with Clarence. At the age of 12, George saved the life of his younger brother Harry (George Nokes) who had fallen through the ice on a pond, though George lost the hearing in one ear. Later, as an errand boy in a pharmacy, George saved his grief-stricken boss, druggist Mr. Gower from mistakenly filling a child’s prescription with poison.
Order your tickets today to get one of the best places on the South Shore to see any play or musical. The Company Theatre
Saturday, November 25 & December 2 at 8:00pm
Sunday, November 26 & December 3 at 3:00pm
$16 for Students/Seniors
$18 General Public
HOW TO RESERVE TICKETS
MASSASOIT COMMUNITY COLLEGE
BUCKLEY PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
ONE MASSASOIT BLVD.
BROCKTON, MA, 20302
The 6th Annual Fall for Scituate Family fall festival will be held on Sunday October 22nd from 11am to 4pm in the North Scituate Village.
Start the day off with a Princess meet and greet. The kiddos will love the Bubble Man and Toe Jam Puppet Band Halloween show. Don’t forget to wear a costume. Everyone will enjoy the music from one of Scituate’s many awesome bands Doc Ellis.. Take a Hay Ride and swaddle baby animals in our Petting Zoo. Enter the Ice Cream Eating Contest. Browse the local artisans in our Artisans Marketplace. Many of your favorites are returning along with lots of new artisans. What’s for lunch? Burgers, Dogs, Wood Fired Pizza. Top it off with a hot cider donut, or just snack on popcorn, cotton candy, ice cream or
Don’t forget to wear a costume. Everyone will enjoy the music from one of Scituate’s many awesome bands Doc Ellis.. Take a Hay Ride and swaddle baby animals in our Petting Zoo. Enter the Ice Cream Eating Contest. Browse the local artisans in our Artisans Marketplace. Many of your favorites are returning along with lots of new artisans. What’s for lunch? Burgers, Dogs, Wood Fired Pizza. Top it off with a hot cider donut, or just snack on popcorn, cotton candy, ice cream or
Take a Hay Ride and swaddle baby animals in our Petting Zoo. Enter the Ice Cream Eating Contest. Browse the local artisans in our Artisans Marketplace. Many of your favorites are returning along with lots of new artisans. What’s for lunch? Burgers, Dogs, Wood Fired Pizza. Top it off with a hot cider donut, or just snack on popcorn, cotton candy, ice cream or
Many of your favorites are returning along with lots of new artisans. What’s for lunch? Burgers, Dogs, Wood Fired Pizza. Top it off with a hot cider donut, or just snack on popcorn, cotton candy, ice cream or a snow cone. Face Painting, Balloon Animals, Craft Table and so much more…… Come early and spend the day. Before leaving take a moment and visit The North Scituate Village shops and see how much they have to
Balloon Animals, Craft Table and so much more…… Come early and spend the day. Before leaving take a moment and visit The North Scituate Village shops and see how much they have to offer.
Oktoberfest Marketplace: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., United Church of Christ in Abington, 10 Bedford St.
Not So Scary Woods: 2-6 p.m., Island Grove Park, 200 Park Ave. Sponsored by the Abington Lions.
Outdoor Family Movie Night: 7-9 p.m., Catherine and Joseph Nisby Bandstand, 600 Gliniewicz Way. Sponsored by the HUG Foundation.
Sunday October 15th events
Pancake Breakfast: 8-10:30 a.m., The Legion Building, 1027 Washington St. Sponsored by the Abington Lions.
Oktoberfest Family Celebration: noon-4 p.m. Sponsored by The Jeffrey Coombs Memorial Foundation, The Jeremy Russell Memorial Fund and Sgt. Daniel Vasselian Memorial Fund.Frolio School/Memorial Field/Legion Building: Washington Street. Featuring music, food, beer, Joe’s Craz-zy Critters, a petting zoo, bouncy house, kids’ games, hayrides and raffles. Food and drink at the Memorial Field Snack Shack.
Pumpkin Painting and Field Games: noon-4 p.m., Memorial Field. Sponsored by First Baptist Church in Abington.
Dog Costume Contest and Raffles: noon-4 p.m., Frolio School. Sponsored by the Abington Dog Park Committee. Best dressed stuffed dog contest at 2 p.m. for ages 12 and younger ($1 to enter); costume contest at 3 p.m. ($3 to enter); raffles and items for sale.
Double Eagle Oktoberfest German Band: 1-3 p.m., Frolio School/Legion Building. Sponsored by the Abington Summer Concerts Committee.
Beer and Food Garden: noon-4 p.m., Legion Building, Washington Street. Sponsored by the American Legion.
Ghost Ship Harbor will be held on USS Salem in Quincy for Halloween season 2017.
Ghost Ship Harbor is a totally Immersive Haunted Attraction new to the Boston area in 2016. When arriving at Ghost Ship Harbor you will feel like you are in an alternate universe. We have an activation area where you will find our food area, entertainment area serving beer and wine, tarot card reading, Midway games, VR experience and more. The Attractions take place on the deck of a 718 foot battleship. For 2017 we have revamped all of our attractions so it will look and feel brand new. We have also added a brand new attraction called Fear No Evil!
Fear No Evil
New for 2017 we are taking you through all things phobia! You will enter the dreams of a little girl named Isabelle who has been having nightmares of epic proportions. Fear no Evil will test any and all phobias while you jump from dream to dream containing clowns, spiders, claustrophobia and many more evil things.
Buying tickets online is cheaper than buying at the event. Tickets on-site start at 34.99
Getting Here- The Ship has moved over 300 yards to a new location, same general area as last year. Go to 551 south street, Quincy, MA 02169 and you will see our parking attendants. You will park in front of the building and its a short walk behind the building to the ship. $5 to park. We have an ATM on site if needed.
The 13th annual Lakeville Arts & Music Festival will take place on Saturday, September 30th between 10am and 4pm at the junctions of Route 18 and 105. It is a FREE day of community, art, a variety of crafts for sale, children and adult activities, and music South of Boston. It is a rain or shine event!
Join the festivities for a day of shopping for one-of-a-kind hand made crafts and art; view 3 fabulous exhibits- a children’s summer painting exhibit inside the library, an exhibit of fine art from several artists inside the sanctuary of the Lakeville United Church of Christ and a quilt exhibit by Lakeville resident Ruth Gross inside the old Town Hall where there will also be musical entertainment and 4 new demonstrators. Moms Shopping Survey Earn Amazon gift card and more
There will be a variety of artisans selling their beautiful handmade items to include
3 crafters demonstrating their art inside the old Town Hall; 10-4.
Ruth Gross will demonstrate and discuss her realistic art quilts, based on photographs. These pieces are framed raw edged appliqué quilts made from a variety of printed and patterned cotton fabrics.
Kayla Darling, a freshman at Bridgewater State College, will demonstrate her drawing technique. She will do so on sneakers and/or paper. Quite Unique!
Leanne Wilkie has been creating custom hand woven baskets for over sixteen years. Her baskets and handbags are colorful and like nothing you will see inside a store that sells commercial baskets.
Some different types of entertainment and programs joining the Festival this year will be a WWI program, a old-fashioned Fire Engine and one extraordinary performance to listen to. All three are worth the visit.
The WWI Program will revolve around the combat art sketches of Frederick Mayo, who was with the 26th Infantry Division known as the Yankee Division. He was from Fall River and awarded the Silver Star and Purple Heart medals for his service in Great War. There will be a complete kit of a WWI Doughboy as well as German artifacts. This year is the 100th anniversary of the United States entering the War to help out our European neighbors.
The Old Engine 3 Association, Inc. is a newly formed historical association interested in preserving Lakeville’s Fire Department history and in particular Engine 3, Lakeville’s first brand new fire apparatus in 1950. Engine 3 will be on display throughout the year at the Lakeville Historical Society’s fire department exhibit at the Museum on Bedford Street.
Old Colony Highlanders is an inter-generational bagpipe and drum band devoted to fostering the music and culture of the Great Highland Bagpipe and drums through performance and competition in southeastern New England and beyond. If you have never heard a bagpipe band you are in for a treat! They will join us for a special performance at 11:30am. Be sure to come for a listen.
Let’s not forget the food: TheLakeville United Church of Christ will have hamburgers, hotdogs and more, the First Universalist Unitarian Society of Middleboro will be serving chicken salad plus yummy hot soups and Yakisoba Noodles; yummy Japanese grilled noodles.