Norfolk County Register of Deeds William P. O’Donnell will hold Office Hours at the Foxborough Public Safety Building located at 8 Chestnut Street from 10:00am until 12:00pm in the McGinty Room on Thursday, May 28, 2015.
Register O’Donnell and members of his staff will be on hand to answer questions about the Norfolk County Registry of Deeds. The Register will have information about the Massachusetts Homestead Act as well as on-site work stations that can provide in real time the status of your mortgage discharge, a print out of your deed or a demonstration of how Registry technology works. No appointment is necessary.
The Un-Common Theatre Company is currently accepting applications for two $500 college scholarships.
The first $500 scholarship will be awarded to a Mansfield High School 2015 graduate. This scholarship is offered each year in appreciation for the Town of Mansfield’s support of The Un-Common Theatre Co in allowing use of their school facilities.
Proceeds to benefit the Hockomock Area YMCA’s Reach Out For Youth & Families Campaign
Patriot Place restaurants will be serving another helping of their best chili for charity at the fourth annual Patriot Place Chili Bowl Cook Off presented by Bass Pro Shops on Saturday, March 28, from 1-3 p.m. The event, located at Bass Pro Shops, will feature celebrity judges and all proceeds benefit the Hockomock Area YMCA’s Reach Out For Youth & Families Campaign.
Cast members from National Geographic Channel’s hit series “Wicked Tuna,” Captain Bill Muniz (F/V Lily), Pilot Mark Brochu (F/V Lily) and First Mate Gregg Gibbs (F/V Kristiana), will join former New England Patriots offensive lineman Peter Brock and others to judge chili entries from nine Patriot Place restaurants and determine the winner of the 2015 Judges’ Award for best chili at Patriot Place. The public will also have an opportunity to taste samples and cast their vote for the 2015 Fan Favorite Award.
The annual St. Patrick’s Day celebration at Patriot Place featured live Irish music, step dancing performances and free family activities throughout the North Marketplace.
A rainy day did not stop Irish eyes from smiling during Patriot Place’s sixth annual Irish Festival on Saturday, March 14. The popular festival is annually one of the largest free events at Patriot Place and brings the joys of the Irish culture to Foxborough through live musical performances and free Irish-themed activities for children of all ages.
Devri, a Boston-based band with major ties to Ireland, headlined several live performances, including Irish step dancers from The Greene-O’Leary School of Needham, Mass., Westwood, Mass., Milton, Mass. and Dedham, Mass., the School of Irish dance of The Harney Academy of Walpole, Mass., the Dunleavy Shaffer School of Irish Dance of Norwell, Mass., and the Sullivan School of Irish Dance of Newton, Mass.
Throughout the festival, families also enjoyed face painting stations, a photo booth, a sheep petting area and more.