On the grounds surrounding the Lakeville Public Library, vendor tents and the entertainment stage created a beautiful setting for the many people that enjoyed this small festival. Although it had a very local feel, the artisans displaying their crafts traveled distances to be there and…
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In the midst of a stormy couple days and the threat of rain on Saturday the 29th, Nick P. and the board decided to keep the AutumnFest outside and the people agreed. A large turnout enjoyed the cool but dry day with lots of vendors,…
The Rodman Ride for Kids raised over $5.9 million under cloudy, and sometimes rainy skies Saturday, Sep. 29. But the enthusiasm and desire to make a difference was still evident in those riding. These are photos of the 50-mile ride through Bridgewater around the 33…
March 9 (Monday)Westport
Bluebird Monitor Training
Westport Town Farm
830 Drift Road • (508) 636-4693
Volunteers are needed to monitor nest boxes regularly during the spring and early summer at locations in Fall River, Westport, Dartmouth and Rochester. Learn how you can participate in this ongoing project to bring back the Blues. Free. Registration.
1:00 PM to 3:00 PMwww.thetrustees.org
March 24 (Tuesday)Westport
Concerts at the Point
1912 Main Street
Founded in 1997, five outstanding chamber music concerts performed by distinguished musicians and exceptional young vocal artists. held in the Westport Point United Methodist Church. Sept: The Muir String Quartet; Oct: Andius Zlabys & Friends; Nov: :Strata; Jan: Zefira (Piano Trio); Mar: Boston University Opera Institute. Admission.www.concertsatthepoint.org
April 5 (Sunday)Attleboro
Friday Night Live at Oak Knoll
Oak Knoll Wildlife Sanctuary
1417 Park Street • (508) 223-3060
A surprise live animal demonstration. Could be an insect, amphibian or reptile. Sign up and come find out. Small fee.www.massaudubon.org
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Find new places for Hiking/Walking!
Cranberry Road • (508) 866-2526
15 miles of bicycle trails. Restrooms, visitor programs. Trail maps available onllinewww.mass.gov/dcr/parks
45 Mill Street • (508) 543-5850
23 miles of trails looping through forest. Access to Warner Trail, long-distance hiking trail traversing Norfolk County into Rhode Island.www.mass.gov/dcr/parks
17-acres of woodland trails exploring a vernal pool & a red maple swamp.www.massaudubon.org
Route 3A • (781) 784-0571
10 miles of moderate hiking. Spectacular vistas of the South Shore & Boston skyline.www.thetrustees.org
Clapp Road • (508) 679-2115
Miles of trails. New trail head on County Road in Marion lets you access miles of East Over landscape. View 2 miles of elegant stone walls. Site of former grist mill.www.thetrustees.org