From trick-or-treating and costume parades to hayrides and an outdoor movie night, Patriot Place has everything to make your Halloween a spooktacular good time.
The fun begins at 3 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 24, with Patriot Place’s “Fun Fright Night” on NRG Plaza. The event will feature several free family activities from 3-6 p.m., including face painting, a live DJ, pumpkin tic-tac-toe, a tie-dye station presented by Old Navy and Cupcake Charlie’s Cupcake Truck. Free hayrides are schedule around the plaza from 4-7 p.m. and an outdoor showing of the film, “Ghostbusters” will begin at sundown. Continue reading CELEBRATE HALLOWEEN AT PATRIOT PLACE→
Please join us in “getting on our German” as we usher in the fall season in a beautiful setting. You’ll be treated to an evening of German foods (roast your bratwurst on our outdoor fire pit), music, beer sampling, Name that Tune, raffles and special purchases. Tickets are $20pp. Cash bar.
All ticket holders will be entered into a free raffle for a chance to win our Door Prize Raffle. Tickets may be purchased at Stone-E-Lea, the On Common Ground office at 508-226-0801 or on PayPal at www.oncommongroundinc.com
All proceeds go to support On Common Ground Mentor Center program, providing hope in times of poverty to those in need.
In recognition of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, staff at Norwood Hospital are wearing pink exam gloves to raise awareness for breast cancer and the importance of screening mammograms for early detection.
The gloves were purchased through Medline Industries, Inc., who began manufacturing and distributing the Generation Pink® Gloves to support its partnership with the National Breast Cancer Foundation® (NBCF). For each case of pink gloves sold, Medline makes a contribution to the NBCF to help fund and support mammograms, education, and prevention and awareness efforts. To date, more than $1.5 million has been donated. Continue reading Norwood Hospital Wears Pink Gloves for Breast Cancer Awareness→
Temple Kol Tikvah will host a presentation on Sunday November 16 at 700pm entitled “Arab-Jewish Peacebuilding Projects: What is Their Future?”
Come learn about the extraordinary variety and creativity of Arab-Jewish peacebuilding projects in Israel, the United States, and elsewhere, and about how the recent fighting impacted several well-established youth projects.
This program is co-sponsored by the Sharon Clergy Association, and is free and open to the public. The speaker, Dr. Harriet Feinberg of Cambridge, is an educator whose commitment to peacebuilding in the Middle East goes back several decades.Temple Kol Tikvah is located at 9 Dunbar Street in Sharon. Handicap accessible.
The Foxboro Board of Selectmen will meet tonight, Tuesday, October 14th at 7:00pm in the FHS Media Center. The meeting will air live on the FCA Government Channel (Comcast 22/Verizon 38), and online at https://www.fcatv.org/live
Board of Selectmen meetings replay on the Government Channel (Comcast 22/Verizon 38) at the following times:
Fridays at 4pm
Saturdays at noon
Sundays 8am & 4pm
Previous meetings are archived online and available on the FCA Video Plus site: click here