Thursday August 30, 2018
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6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Young Adult Filmmaking Club

 

 

Are you interested in making commercials?  Filming videos?  Writing scripts for short movies?  Editing videos? Join us for an informational meeting on Thursday, August 30th at 6:30 p.m.  Open to young adults in 5th-12th grade.

 

 

CONTACT:  Karen DelVecchio  508-883-1931 ext 104  kdelvecchio@cwmars.org

 

 

Are you interested in making commercials?  Filming videos?  Writing scripts for short movies?  Editing videos? Join us for an informational meeting on Thursday, August 30th at 6:30 p.m.  Open to young adults in 5th-12th grade.

 

 

CONTACT:
  Karen DelVecchio
  508.883.1931 ext 104
  kdelvecchio@cwmars.org

 
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6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
SUMMER READING Colorful Copper

Join Tony Cesana from Rhode Island Mineral Hunters for a fun look at copper and its many colors. Tony will share his passion for mineral hunting and answer questions about mineral hunting in New England.

Age category: Adults & Young Adults

Sponsored by UniBank.

Registration required.  Call 508-883-1931 to register.

 

 

CONTACT:  Lisa Cheever  508-883-1931 x101  lcheever@cwmars.org

Join Tony Cesana from Rhode Island Mineral Hunters for a fun look at copper and its many colors. Tony will share his passion for mineral hunting and answer questions about mineral hunting in New England.

Age category: Adults & Young Adults

Sponsored by UniBank.

Registration required.  Call 508-883-1931 to register.

 

 

CONTACT:
  Lisa Cheever
  508.883.1931 x101
  lcheever@cwmars.org

Thursday September 20, 2018
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6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Feasting From Your Local Farm

The modern movement of eating locally grown and raised seasonal fare has its roots deeply planted in our historic kitchens. Now, “eating locally” and “eating seasonally” have become fashionable terms.

Join Creative Feast chef Liz Barbour as she explores our modern journey back to the local farm with a discussion about the benefits of buying local and eating within the season. 

Enjoy a cooking demonstration of recipes featuring locally harvested seasonal ingredients and sample the distinct flavors of your local harvest.

 

Registration required as space is limited to 30 participants.  Please call 508-883-1931 to register.

This program is funded by the Gift Account through funds raised from the 2017 Cookie Walk.

Contact the Blackstone Public Library at 508-883-1931.

CONTACT:  Lisa Cheever  508-883-1931, x101  lcheever@cwmars.org

The modern movement of eating locally grown and raised seasonal fare has its roots deeply planted in our historic kitchens. Now, “eating locally” and “eating seasonally” have become fashionable terms.

Join Creative Feast chef Liz Barbour as she explores our modern journey back to the local farm with a discussion about the benefits of buying local and eating within the season. 

Enjoy a cooking demonstration of recipes featuring locally harvested seasonal ingredients and sample the distinct flavors of your local harvest.

 

Registration required as space is limited to 30 participants.  Please call 508-883-1931 to register.

This program is funded by the Gift Account through funds raised from the 2017 Cookie Walk.

Contact the Blackstone Public Library at 508-883-1931.

CONTACT:
  Lisa Cheever
  508.883.1931, x101
  lcheever@cwmars.org

Saturday September 22, 2018
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Scouts Pack 3144 Registration

JOIN SCOUTING AND ATTEND OUR FUN & EXCITING SCOUTING EVENTS! 

Contact: Tracey Jobin

Phone: 401-965-4765

Email: trapooh1@comcast.net

CONTACT:  Tracey Jobin  401-965-4765  trapooh1@comcast.net

JOIN SCOUTING AND ATTEND OUR FUN & EXCITING SCOUTING EVENTS! 

Contact: Tracey Jobin

Phone: 401-965-4765

Email: trapooh1@comcast.net

CONTACT:
  Tracey Jobin
  401.965.4765
  trapooh1@comcast.net

Tuesday September 25, 2018
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6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Jazz Concert

Join us for an evening of jazz including a selection from the Great American Song Book, some light rock, movie and show themes and even a little “doo-wop” sprinkled in.  

These musicians have many years of experience playing multiple styles of music, from classical to rhythm, swing, big band and pop.

  • Band Leader  Al Testa --  Trumpet/Flugelhorn       

  • Tony Capriccio -- Piano

  • Alex Jaques – Bass

Registration requested.  Contact the Blackstone Public Library at 508-883-1931 for more information.

Sponsored by the Friends of the Blackstone Public Library.

CONTACT:  Lisa Cheever  508-883-1931, x101  lcheever@cwmars.org
There are 39 spaces available.

Join us for an evening of jazz including a selection from the Great American Song Book, some light rock, movie and show themes and even a little “doo-wop” sprinkled in.  

These musicians have many years of experience playing multiple styles of music, from classical to rhythm, swing, big band and pop.

  • Band Leader  Al Testa --  Trumpet/Flugelhorn       

  • Tony Capriccio -- Piano

  • Alex Jaques – Bass

Registration requested.  Contact the Blackstone Public Library at 508-883-1931 for more information.

Sponsored by the Friends of the Blackstone Public Library.

CONTACT:
  Lisa Cheever
  508.883.1931, x101
  lcheever@cwmars.org

There are 39 spaces available.

Tuesday October 2, 2018
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6:00 AM - 7:30 PM
Lizzie Borden: The Mystery Continues

Lizzie Borden: The Mystery Continues is a one-hour, in depth retelling of the famous double homicide. Extensive research utilizing archival materials, period newspapers and period photographs has been done to create an entertaining, fascinating and informative presentation about America’s favorite “Who done it?”

Christopher Daley, a history teacher in the Silver Lake Regional School System in Kingston, MA, has been lecturing in New England for over 25-years on historical topics of interest.  He holds a B.A. and a M.A. from Bridgewater State University in Political Science and History.

Registration required.   Appropriate for ages 10 and up.

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Blackstone Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.

CONTACT:  Lisa Cheever  508-883-1931, x101  lcheever@cwmars.org
There are 30 spaces available.

Lizzie Borden: The Mystery Continues is a one-hour, in depth retelling of the famous double homicide. Extensive research utilizing archival materials, period newspapers and period photographs has been done to create an entertaining, fascinating and informative presentation about America’s favorite “Who done it?”

Christopher Daley, a history teacher in the Silver Lake Regional School System in Kingston, MA, has been lecturing in New England for over 25-years on historical topics of interest.  He holds a B.A. and a M.A. from Bridgewater State University in Political Science and History.

Registration required.   Appropriate for ages 10 and up.

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Blackstone Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.

CONTACT:
  Lisa Cheever
  508.883.1931, x101
  lcheever@cwmars.org

There are 30 spaces available.

Thursday October 11, 2018
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Preventing Identity Theft

Join us for this free informational seminar from the Office of District Attorney Joseph D. Early, Jr. on important information to help prevent identity theft and protect against scams.

Registration required.  Call 508-883-1931 for more information.

CONTACT:  Lisa Cheever  508-883-1931, x101  lcheever@cwmars.org
There are 39 spaces available.

Join us for this free informational seminar from the Office of District Attorney Joseph D. Early, Jr. on important information to help prevent identity theft and protect against scams.

Registration required.  Call 508-883-1931 for more information.

CONTACT:
  Lisa Cheever
  508.883.1931, x101
  lcheever@cwmars.org

There are 39 spaces available.

Thursday October 25, 2018
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The Kenn Morr Band

The Kenn Morr Band is an original Alternative Folk Rock band from northwest Connecticut featuring the original songs of Kenn Morr. Known for its close three-part vocal harmonies and fiery instrumental interplay, the Kenn Morr Band has been together for many years, becoming fast favourites on the outdoor festival scene.

KENN MORR - Singer/Songwriter, Guitar, Piano
TOM HAGYMASI - Fiddle, Mandolin, Bouzouki, Accordion, Vocals
PAT RYAN - Bass, Vocals
BOB GASPAR - Drums, Percussion

Registration required.  Appropriate for ages 10 and up.

Sponsored by UniBank

CONTACT:  Lisa Cheever  508-883-1931, x101  lcheever@cwmars.org
There are 39 spaces available.

The Kenn Morr Band is an original Alternative Folk Rock band from northwest Connecticut featuring the original songs of Kenn Morr. Known for its close three-part vocal harmonies and fiery instrumental interplay, the Kenn Morr Band has been together for many years, becoming fast favourites on the outdoor festival scene.

KENN MORR - Singer/Songwriter, Guitar, Piano
TOM HAGYMASI - Fiddle, Mandolin, Bouzouki, Accordion, Vocals
PAT RYAN - Bass, Vocals
BOB GASPAR - Drums, Percussion

Registration required.  Appropriate for ages 10 and up.

Sponsored by UniBank

CONTACT:
  Lisa Cheever
  508.883.1931, x101
  lcheever@cwmars.org

There are 39 spaces available.


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