Saturday, July 21

Francis Farm

REHOBOTH 375 CLAM BAKE

Everyone is invited to Francis Farm to enjoy a long Rehoboth tradition - the clam bake. Other meal options will be available including chicken dinners, hot dogs and hamburgers.  Cash bar.  This fundraiser will benefit the 375 Parade. Details to come.


Saturday, July 28

REHOBOTH ANAWAN (LADY) LIONS

GREAT GATLIN SHOW


Wednesday, August 1

6:30 to 8:30 PM

Goff Memorial Hall

PAINTING PARTY FUNDRAISER

Enjoy a pleasant evening at historic Goff Memorial Hall for a fun painting party taught by local artist Melissa Treichler. Everyone will be painting a colorful, detailed rural image on canvas. Cost is $20 per person adults and teens.  All supplies included, plus refreshments.  Historic Goff Memorial Hall is located at 124 Bay State Road in Rehoboth. Class size is limited. Reservations at must. Please email: PaintingParties@Rehoboth375.com


Monday, August 13

Multiple Rehoboth Golf Courses

REHOBOTH 375 GOLF TOURNAMENT

This unique golf tournament will be held simultaneously at multiple courses in Rehoboth. This fundraiser will benefit the 375 Parade.


Monday, August 13

Segregansett Country Club

REHOBOTH LIONS CLUB

GOLF TOURNAMENT


Friday, August 24

Seekonk Gun Club

REHOBOTH LIONS CIGAR NIGHT


Saturday, September 15

Redway Plain

ANNUAL ‘LARRY PROCOPIO’

HARVEST BLOCK PARTY

Everyone is invited to the Free Admission-Free Parking annual “Party for Rehoboth” on the Redway Plain featuring vendors, booths, exhibits, demonstrations and fun for the entire family.  “Grown in Rehoboth” contest winners will be announced!

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JUNE EVENTS

Sunday, June 3

1 to 5 PM

Carpenter Museum

STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL

The Carpenter Museum once again hosts the very popular Strawberry Festival featuring exhibits, demonstrations, and more. Fun for the entire family. This program is funded in part through a grant from the Rehoboth Cultural Council, the local affiliate of the Massachusetts Cultural Council.


Sunday, June 3

American Legion Post 302

REHOBOTH LIONS ANNUAL

CHICKEN BBQ


Tuesday, June 5

5 to 9 PM

Francis Farm

TASTE OF REHOBOTH

Enjoy a pleasant evening at Francis Farm sampling culinary creations from local and area restaurants and food businesses at this fundraiser for adults age 18 and over.  You’ll also get to sample historic recipes!  Cash bar. Raffles and silent auction. Tickets are $20 in advance or $25 at the door. This is a fundraiser for Rehoboth 375 Parade. Email to reserve tickets:

TasteofRehoboth@Rehoboth375.com


Thursday, June 21

5 to 8 PM

Blanding Library/Goff Memorial Hall

CPR AND AED CERTIFICATION CLASS

The Rehoboth Ambulance Committee, the non-profit that provides medical services to the Town of Rehoboth, provides Community CPR and AED training to the residents of the town through training provider, Safety Program Consultants, Inc.  Although the value of the CPR class is $50, any donation to the Rehoboth Ambulance Committee will be welcomed. To register, please call Bonnie 508-252-3049.

Municipal Meetings

thru April 24, 2018

The list below includes posted meeting

times for municipal boards, committees,

and councils.


Thursday, April 19

CEMETERY COMMISSION

6 PM - Town Office

ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS

6 to 10 PM - Senior Center

ANIMAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Public Invited to Learn About Animal

Welfare Warrant Items for Town Mtg.

7 PM - Blanding Library


Friday, April 20

KEEP REHOBOTH BEAUTIFUL

SUB-COMMITTEE

7:30 PM - Dunkin’ Donuts


Monday, April 23

BOARD OF ASSESSORS

7 PM - Town Office


Tuesday, April 24

BOARD OF ASSESSORS

9:30 AM - Town Office

BOARD OF SELECTMEN

WORKSHOP MEETING

7 PM - Senior Center

CONSERVATION COMMISSION

7 PM - Town Office

SUMMER EVENTS

FALL EVENTS

Saturday, September 22

Nike Park

REHOBOTH MINUTEMEN PRESENT HISTORY TIMELINE ENCAMPMENT

This is a rare opportunity to step back in time with historic re-enactors representing periods of time from the town’s early days, the Revolutionary War, Civil War, through modern day.


Sunday, October 7

12 Noon

Route 44  .  Rehoboth

REHOBOTH 375 PARADE

You won’t want to miss this special parade in recognition of Rehoboth’s 375 Anniversary.  All local groups, organizations, churches, schools, and businesses are welcome to participate in the parade.  Visit Rehoboth375.com for more information and a participation application.


Sunday, October 14

Details: TBA

BLANDING LIBRARY GHOST STORIES IN THE CEMETERY

Get your spook on at the Blanding Library’s evening of ghost stories.


Wednesday, October 24

REHOBOTH 375 ANNIVERSARY DAY


Saturday, November 24

3 to 5 PM

Goff Memorial Hall

PAINTING PARTY FUNDRAISER

Enjoy a pleasant evening at historic Goff Memorial Hall for a fun painting party taught by local artist Melissa Treichler. Everyone will be painting a colorful winter scene on canvas. Cost is $20 per person adults and teens.  All supplies included plus  refreshments.  Class size is limited. Please email to make your reservations. PaintingParties@Rehoboth375.com


APRIL and MAY EVENTS

Thursday, April 19

10 AM

Blanding Library

STORY HOUR WITH ALLIE THE REGISTERED THERAPY DOG

Regular Thursday Story Hour will feature a special guest -- Allie the registered therapy dog and her owner/trainer Sue.  Listen to some of Allie’s favorite stories -- Dog Loves Books and If You Give A Dog a Donut.  Make a craft to take home.  Learn about Allie’s training.  No registration needed for this special program.


Thursday, April 19

5 to 8 PM

Blanding Library/Goff Memorial Hall

PUBLIC CPR AND AED CERTIFICATION CLASS

The Rehoboth Ambulance Committee, the non-profit that provides medical services to the Town of Rehoboth, provides Community CPR and AED training to the residents of the town through training provider, Safety Program Consultants, Inc.  Although the value of the CPR class is $50, any donation to the Rehoboth Ambulance Committee will be welcomed. To register, please call Bonnie 508-252-3049.


Week of April 22 to 28, 2018

KEEP REHOBOTH BEAUTIFUL

ROADSIDE CLEAN-UP CAMPAIGN

All residents are encouraged to help clean up roadside debris and litter.  This town-side campaign is brought to you the Rehoboth 375 Committee, Rehoboth Litter Prevention Initiative, and the Rehoboth Business Association.  Find all the details here.


Tuesday, April 24

10 AM

Blanding Library

TUESDAY TOT TIME

Tot Time is an engaging 20 - 30 minute program for those under 3 yrs. of age combining books, music & movement. Please drop by or call 508-252-4236 to register.


Wednesday, April 25

10 AM

Blanding Library

STORY AND CRAFT TIME

Story and Craft Time is offered to children ages three and up.  Registration required, please stop by or call 508-252-4236.


Thursday, April 26

10 AM

Blanding Library

STORY AND CRAFT TIME

Story and Craft Time is offered to children ages three and up.  Registration required, please stop by or call 508-252-4236.


Thursday, April 26

6:30 PM

Blanding Library

KNIT ONE, PURL TWO NEEDLEWORKERS GROUP

Drop in to the knitting and needleworkers group whether you are a beginner or an expert!  All ages welcome and no need to register. 


Friday, April 27

6 PM

American Legion Post 302

KIM FAGUNDES KITCHEN

SURF AND TURF RAFFLE

The public is welcome to Post 302. Kim’s Kitchen opens at 6 PM. Cash bar. The Sons of the American Legion host a Surf and Turf Raffle at 7 PM.


Friday, April 27

8 PM

Goff Memorial Hall

REHOBOTH CONTRA DANCE

Caller Sue Rosen will lead the dance with live music by Julie Metcalf and Bruce Rosen. Partners not necessary. Dances will be taught by caller. General admission: $9; $8 for students; $5 for under 16s; $20 for families with children under 16; $5 for latecomers.  Home-made tasty treats for the break are always appreciated. For more info, call 508-252-6375. Contra Dance Website


Saturday, April 28

7 PM - Doors Open

7:30 PM - Performance

Goff Memorial Hall

ARTS IN THE VILLAGE CONCERT SERIES PRESENTS HAVEN STRING QUARTET (HSQ)

Violinists Yaira Matyakubova and Gregory Tompkins, violist Annalisa Boerner and cellist Philip Boulanger will take the stage at Goff Memorial Hall. Featured in the New York Times and WNPR, and sought after for both their command on the concert stage and comfort in the classroom, the Haven String Quartet (HSQ) has been hailed as “New Haven’s resident string quartet.” Its four members represent the nation’s top conservatories and bring world-class chamber music to the region each year through their full season of recitals, workshops, and impromptu pop-up performances. Tickets: $18 general; $16 seniors; $8 children and students; cash and checks only. First come, first seated. Doors open at 7 PM. Tickets available at door. For more information, please call 508-463-5384. rehobothantiquarian.org.   HSQ


Tuesday, May 1

6:30 PM

Goff Memorial Hall

JEWELRY FOR THE GARDEN’ DEMONSTRATION FUNDRAISER

The Rehoboth Garden Club hosts this event to raise money for the purchase of a flowering tree to be planted at the Blanding Library/Goff Hall in honor of Rehoboth’s 375 Anniversary year.  Blakely Szosz, President of the RI Federation of Garden Clubs and Head Gardener for the RI Country Club will present ‘Jewelry for the Garden‘ and demonstrate how to create the perfect planters to highlight your yard. Drawings will be held for all her designs!  $10 per guest fee includes a dessert buffet and one opportunity drawing ticket. All are invited to attend.


Wednesday, May 2

7 PM

Seekonk Gun Club

LIONS CLUB CLAM BOIL

Enjoy a delicious clam boil hosted by the Rehoboth Lions Club.  Tickets are $30 per person, available from any Lion.


Wednesday, May 2

7 PM

Blanding Library

BLANDING BOOK CLUB

Join this friendly group of readers in  lively and thoughtful discussion.  The book selection for May is Killers of the Flower Moon by David Gramm, a study of the Osage murders and the birth of the FBI. Copies of the book available at the library.


Thursday, May 3

10:30 AM - Bus Departs

Gladys L. Hurrell Senior Center

REHOBOTH SENIOR CITIZENS

CLUB TRIP TO WRIGHTS

FARM RESTAURANT

Anyone interested is invited to join the Rehoboth Senior Citizens Club bus trip to Wright’s Farm Restaurant and Gift Shop, voted Best of RI and Yankee Magazine’s Editor Choice for Best Family Style Chicken Dinners in Burrillville, RI.  The bus will leave promptly at 10:30 AM from the senior center.  Cost is $20 per person for the meal and transportation.  There will be time to browse the excellent gift shop. For more info or to reserve a spot on the bus trip, contact Art Tobin by email at atoblin10@verizon.net or email Lorraine Botts at

vze3cnd2@verizon.net.


Saturday, May 5

8 AM to 3 PM

Palmer River Elementary School

DIGHTON-REHOBOTH MARCHING

BAND BOOSTERS YARD & BAKE SALE

This fundraiser supports the DRRHS Marching Band.  If you have any donations for the Boosters, a non-profit organization, please contact Lori Rossi at president@DRMBboosters.org or call 774-254-6035. 


Saturday, May 5

8 to 11 AM

Fellowship Hall, RCC

MAY BREAKFAST

Rehoboth Congregational Church is hosting a May Breakfast featuring fresh scrambled eggs, pancakes, bacon, sausage, and fresh made fruit salad, also coffee, tea, and juice.  Price is just $8 for adults and $5 for children under 12 years. All proceeds to benefit the Rehoboth Congregational Church Missions Committee’s ongoing work in the community such as providing Mother’s Day Baskets to homeless shelters, Thanksgiving Day baskets to Rehoboth residents in need, Annual Holiday Blizzard of Giving, Taunton Area Community Table breakfasts, Rehoboth Veterans, Rehoboth Helping Hands Pantry and many, many more.  No reservations required.  Call the church office for more information at 508-252-4545.


Saturday, May 5

6:30 PM

DRRHS Auditorium

REHOBOTH 375 TALENT SHOW

Enjoy an evening of great entertainment with featuring 15 acts of very talented people including Brenna Guay, Jacob Calamar, Lindsay Carlson, Avery Thomas, Jay Cunningham, Counterfeit Cash  (Rodney Bruelle and Jim Sequin), Salvador Lopez, Katie Calverley, Benjamin Foss, Zachariah Padin, David Falcon, Bill Maiorano, Richard Barrett, Magic Eye (Matthew Earle, Matthew Little, Ethan Votalato, Conor Harrington and Kyle Kelly), and the duo of Charles and Christopher Pike. Thanks to generous donors, cash prizes will be awarded to two categories (age 17 and under, age 18 and over) with first place prizes of $500, second place prizes of $250 and third place prizes of $100.  Tickets are $5 per person, $20 for a family up to five, children five years and under admitted free. Tickets available at the door.  No assigned seating, so get there early.  Refreshments and 375 commemorative items will also be available for purchase.  This is a fundraiser for the Rehoboth 375 Parade.


Wednesday, May 9

6 PM - Cash Bar

7 PM - Dinner

Hillside Country Club

REHOBOTH LION’S ANNUAL CITIZEN’S

RECOGNITION AWARDS DINNER


Wednesday, May 2

7 PM

Seekonk Gun Club

LIONS CLUB CLAM BOIL

Enjoy a delicious clam boil hosted by the Rehoboth Lions Club.  Tickets are $30 per person, available from any Lion.


Friday, May 11

6:30 PM

DRRHS Auditorium

REHOBOTH CONTRA DANCE

Beginners of all ages, singles, couples, and families are welcome to attend the dances held at Goff Memorial Hall from 8 to 11 PM. Partners not necessary. Dances will be taught by caller. General admission: $9; $8 for students; $5 for under 16; $20 for families with children under 16; $5 for latecomers.  Home-made tasty treats for the break are always appreciated. For more info, call 508-252-6375. Contra Dance Website


Saturday, May 12

9 AM to 1 PM

Behind Goff Memorial Hall

REHBOTH GARDEN CLUB

ANNUAL PLANT SALE

The Rehoboth Garden Club will host their annual plant sale in the shed behind Goff Memorial Hall.  Purchase annuals, herbs, vegetables and shrubs. Club members will be contributing perennials from their own gardens to the sale.  All proceeds fund the club’s annual scholarship, civic beautification and educations programs.


Saturday, May 12

9 AM to 3 PM

Dighton Town Hall, 979 Somerset Avenue

EXTRAWAGANZA VENDOR SALE, YARD SALE

WAGS (Waiting Animals Getting Support), a non-profit organization based in Dighton hosts ExtraWAGanza featuring over 30 vendors, a huge yard sale, merchandise, bake sale, Del’s Lemonade, plus an arts and crafts table for the kids. Shop for something special for Mother’s Day. Free Admission.


Saturday, May 12

10 AM to 4 PM

Carpenter Museum

CELEBRATING REHOBOTH THROUGH GENEALOGY SYMPOSIUM

Explore early New England history by learning more about your ancestors and the communities who came before us. This free, full-day event will feature presentations on effective genealogy techniques and religious life in early New England. Attendees will also have the opportunity to talk with local genealogy experts. Lunch will be generously provided by the Rehoboth Congregational Church (donations welcome). Registration at RehobothAntiquarian.org.  Preference given to those who already registered for the March 3 date that was cancelled due to a winter storm.


Saturday, May 12, 2018

10:30 AM

Blanding Library

BLANDING LEGO CLUB

Ready to build?  The Blanding Lego Club will be held on the second Saturday of the month.  We supply the Legos, you supply the imagination.  The possibilities are endless.  Register by calling the library or stopping by.


Saturday, May 12

3 PM

Carpenter Museum

DEDICATION OF THE E. OTIS

DYER, JR. RESEARCH CENTER

All are welcome to attend the official dedication ceremony of the new E. Otis Dyer, Jr. Research Center with a reception to follow.  For more information and to RSVP, please visit RehobothAntiquarian.org.


Saturday, May 12

7:30 PM

Rehoboth Congregational Church

139 Bay State Road

SINE NOMINE CONCERT

Celebrate Rehoboth's 375th Anniversary with American Music spanning from the time of the Towns' founding to the current century. Shapenote to Lauridsen, an American Pastiche steeps us in the fabulous richness of the American choral sound. Hear Thompson's Alleluia, Lauridsen's O Magnus Mysterium, some Copland and the spirited work of the shape note tradition; Billings Rose of Sharon, and Parker's setting of Hark, I Hear the Harp's Eternal. We will reprise Providence composer Will Ayton's "I Am, you anxious one" composed for Sine Nomine in 2000. Tickets are $20 per person at the door.  For more info, visit Sinenominechoir.org


Saturday, May 12

8 to 11 PM

American Legion Post 302

GOOD VIBRATIONS FOR OUR VETERANS

Gary Hopp and Friends Music. -- The Good Vibe Tribe -- will provide entertainment at this fundraiser to benefit Fisher House Boston, in loving support of our veterans and their families.  Tickets are $30 per person including 1 drink ticket, free appetizers, dancing, lots of fun, and a great night out doing something special. Raffle tickets will also be sold for some great prizes. Share the music.  Share the love.  Tickets available at EventBrite.


Sunday, May 13

7 to 9 PM

Goff Memorial Hall

SUNDAY NIGHT JAMMERS

COMMUNITY DANCE

This dance is hosted by the Sunday Night Jammers, a group of area musicians who meet regularly on Sunday evenings at Goff Hall to play Celtic dance music. The dance will feature contra dance steps and a variety of international and couple dances, such as polkas and waltzes. All dance steps will be taught. All ages and beginners are welcome. It is not necessary to come with a partner.  Please wear soft-soled shoes. Musicians welcome, so bring your instrument. A potluck precedes the dance at 6 PM. Contact Bob Elliott by calling 774-644-1369 or Bobolinkelliott@yahoo.com. Visit their website.


Wednesday, May 16

4 to 6 PM

Blanding Library/Goff Hall

375 HEIRLOOM PLANT GIVE-A-WAY

The Rehoboth Community Garden in conjunction with the Friends of the Blanding Libary will be giving away 375 plants to commemorate Rehoboth’s 375 Anniversary year.  First come, first serve.


Thursday, May 17

5 to 8 PM

Blanding Library/Goff Memorial Hall

CPR AND AED CERTIFICATION CLASS

The Rehoboth Ambulance Committee, the non-profit that provides medical services to the Town of Rehoboth, provides Community CPR and AED training to the residents of the town through training provider, Safety Program Consultants, Inc.  Although the value of the CPR class is $50, any donation to the Rehoboth Ambulance Committee will be welcomed. To register, please call Bonnie 508-252-3049.


Saturday, May 19

9 AM to 3 PM

Outside Gladys L. Hurrell Senior Center

CRAFT AND YARD SALE

The Rehoboth Senior Citizens Club, Inc. is hosting a craft and yard sale outside on the grounds of the senior center. Vendors are invited to reserve space.  Spaces are $15 with proceeds going to the RSCC. You must have your own canopy, tables, chairs, etc.  Vendors are responsible for clean up and taking home anything that doesn’t sell.  To reserve space, please send a non-refundable payment of $5 to The Rehoboth Senior Citizens Club, Inc., Gladys L. Hurrell Senior Center, 55 Bay State Road, Rehoboth, MA 02769.  For questions, please call Diana at 508-336-4195 or Lorraine at 508-916-0971.  


Saturday, May 19

10 AM to 2 PM

Registration at Goff Memorial Hall

REHOBOTH HISTORIC HOUSE TOUR

The Rehoboth 375 Committee and Rehoboth Historical Commission will host a tour of nine historic Rehoboth homes. The tour begins at Goff Memorial Hall with registration starting at 9 AM where you will receive a booklet/map. This is a self-directed tour between the hours of 10 AM to 2 PM. Tickets are $25 per person. No charge for children under 12 years of age. Tickets are now available at the Rehoboth Town Office, Blanding Public Library, Anawan Pharmacy and Munroe Feed & Supply.


Sunday, May 20

8 to 11:30 AM

American Legion Post 302

ALL YOU CAN EAT BREAKFAST

Let somebody else cook breakfast.  The American Legion invites the public to enjoy an All You Can Eat Breakfast featuring pancakes, scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, S.O.S, home fries, fruit cup with coffee and juice for $8 per person. Walk-ins welcome.


Wednesday, May 23

6:30 to 8:30 PM

Five Bridge Inn . Rehoboth

ADULT ROCK PAINTING PARTY
FUNDRAISER FOR 375 PARADE

Enjoy a pleasant evening at the lovely Five Bridge Inn at 152 Pine Street in Rehoboth for a fun, adult painting party taught by local artist Melissa Treichler. Everyone will be painting a colorful, detailed rural image on a rock -- to be treasured as a memento of the town’s 375 anniversary. Cost is $30 per person.  All supplies included along with two beverages (wine and other), refreshments, live music.  Class size is limited, so please reserve your spot NOW by emailing PaintingParties@Rehoboth375.com. Canvas painting party fundraisers with Melissa are scheduled for August 1 and November 24.


Monday, May 28

10 AM

Dighton - Route 138

ANNUAL DIGHTON-REHOBOTH

MEMORIAL DAY PARADE

The combined town parade this year will be held in Dighton on Route 138 beginning at 10 AM from Georgio’s Restaurant. All are invited to attend this festive event and unofficial kick-off to the summer season.

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