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MONDAY THRU FRIDAY

HELPING HANDS

FOOD PANTRY

DONATION DROP OFF

8:30 AM to 5 PM

Edward Jones

Unit 1, Mills Plaza II,

492 Winthrop St.

Rehoboth, Massachusetts

Municipal Meetings

thru August 23, 2017

The list below includes posted meeting

times for municipal boards, committees, and councils.


Monday, August 21

CULTURAL COUNCIL

6 PM - Blanding Library

BOARD OF ASSESSORS

7 PM - Town Office

BOARD OF SELECTMEN

7 PM - Senior Center


Tuesday, August 22

BOARD OF ASSESSORS

9:30 AM - Town Office

SCHOOL COMMITTEE

6:30 PM - DRRHS Media Center

BOARD OF HEALTH

7 PM - Town Office

TOWN EVENTS COMMITTEE

7 PM - 5 Ralsie Road


Wednesday, August 23

375 COMMITTEE

7 PM - Senior Center

PERSONNEL BOARD

7 PM - Senior Center

FALL EVENTS

Wednesday, October 4

7 PM

Seekonk Gun Club

REHOBOTH LIONS CLUB
CLAM BOIL

The public is invited to the Lions Club’s popular clam boil.  Tickets are $30 for a traditional clam boil. The Seekonk Gun Club is located at 61 Reed Street in Rehoboth. Please see any Lion for tickets or email Chuck Procopio at chuckp@ne-cb.com.


Thursday, October 5

4:30 to 7:30 PM

American Legion Post 302

SPAGHETTI AND MEATBALL

SUPPER FUNDRAISER

This delicious fundraiser will raise money for the Rehoboth 375th Anniversary Parade next year. Tickets are $10 per person.  No walk-ins for this event.  For tickets, please contact Jake Kramer at 314-415-2277 or email him at veterans@town.rehoboth.ma.us.


Saturday, October 7

7:30 PM

Goff Memorial Hall

ARTS IN THE VILLAGE
PRESENTS THE
PROMETHEUS DUO

Doors open at 7 PM for the first concert of the 2017-2018 Season of Arts in the Village with the Prometheus Duo featuring pianist Marko Stuparevic and saxophonist Joseph Abad. Their program will feature a sensual blend of contemporary works and those from the classical music canon.  Tickets are $18 adults; $16 seniors; $8 children.  Cash or checks only.  First come, first seated.  Tickets are also available at the door.  For more info, call 508-463-5384.


Thursday, October 12

5 to 7 PM

Seekonk Rod & Gun Club

57 Reed Street . Rehoboth

REHOBOTH ANAWAN LIONS

SPAGHETTI SUPPER

The lady Lions host this fundraiser featuring a delicious spaghetti and meatball dinner with bread, salad, dessert, coffee, soft drinks.  Plus it is BYOB at the club. Cost is $10 per adult dinner and $5 for kids. Children five years and under can eat free. For tickets, please contact either Carol Grenier at 774-219-2950 or Denise Thomas at 774-218-8002.


Saturday, October 14

8 to 11 AM

Gladys L. Hurrell Senior Center

REHOBOTH ANIMAL ADVOCATES

BREAKFAST FUNDRAISER

RAA is hosting a yummy breakfast fundraiser open to the public.  $10 donation per person.

The local advocacy group organizes Trap, Neuter, Release (TNR) programs for feral cats. The group meets on the second Saturday of each month at 10 AM at the senior center.  All are welcome to attend and join the group. 


Sunday, October 15

8:30 AM

Greeklock Therapeutic Riding Ctr.

GALLOP FOR GREENLOCK 5K ROAD RACE AND FUN WALK

The non-profit Greenlock Therapeutic Riding Center in Rehoboth is hosting their 3rd Annual 5K fundraiser.  The USATF certified course begins and ends on the grounds of Greenlock, 59 Summer Street. Early registration is now open. Leashed dogs and strollers welcome.  All funds will support programs at Greenlock. 


Thursday, October 19

7 to 10 PM

Rehoboth Fire Station Three

FAMOUS STEAK SUPPER

Fire Station 3 Association hosts their Famous Steak Supper fundraiser.  Cost is $25 per dinner at Station 3 located on Pleasant Street in South Rehoboth.  For tickets or more info, please call 508-379-0156.


Saturday, October 21

9 AM to 3 PM

Gladys L. Hurrell Senior Center

REHOBOTH SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB ANNUAL FALL BAZAAR

Homemade goods, gift items, crafts, knitted items, jewelry, baked goods, raffles and more. Kitchen will be open for hungry shoppers. Two psychic mediums, Tom and Nancy, will offer readings.  Anyone who spends at least $10 will get a chance at the “slot machine” for a prize. There will also be “Craft, Trash and Treasure” tables outside.  Reserve your space now for $15 with a $5 deposit. Vendors supply their own tables/chairs and bring home whatever is left unsold. Call Diana at 508-336-4195 to make a table reservation.


Saturday, October 21

6 PM - Drop Off and Sign In

8 PM - Sign Out and Pick Up

Goff Memorial Hall

REHOBOTH AND SEEKONK

GIRL SCOUTS BRING-A-FRIEND
COSTUME PARTY

This adult supervised event is open to Rehoboth and Seekonk Girl Scouts and their friends, K through grade 12, featuring games, snacks, crafts, music, line dancing.  Costumes are encouraged. No charge other than a non-perishable or cash donations for Rehoboth Helping Hands Food Pantry.  Grocery store gift cards appreciated. For more information, please contact Carol-Anne at akaredant@comcast.net.


Sunday, October 22

6 to 8 PM

Goff Memorial Hall

SUNDAY NIGHT JAMMERS COMMUNITY DANCE

Live music by the Jammers for contra dance and a variety of international and couple dances such as polkas and waltzes. Free and open to the public. 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.


Sunday, October 29

11:30 AM to 1 PM

Rehoboth Fire Station 3

DRIVE THRU CHICKEN

BBQ DINNER

Enjoy a delicious BBQ Chicken Dinner.  Just order and drive thru at Station 3 located on Pleasant Street in South Rehoboth. Tickets are $12 per dinner.  For tix, please call 508-379-0156.


Wednesday, November 1

7 PM

Seekonk Gun Club

REHOBOTH LIONS CLUB
CLAM BOIL

The public is invited to the Lions Club’s popular clam boil.  Tickets are $30 for a traditional clam boil. The Seekonk Gun Club is located at 61 Reed Street in Rehoboth. Please see any Lion for tickets or email Chuck Procopio at chuckp@ne-cb.com.


Saturday, November 4

6:30 PM

Holy Ghost Brotherhood

MANTANCA CELEBRATION

The Holy Ghost Brotherhood of Charity, Inc. based in Rehoboth at 43 Broad Street offers this celebration. For ticket information, please call Dean at 401-864-3477 or Fred at 401-255-3738.


Friday, November 10

4 to 9 PM

Saturday, November 11

9 AM to 4 PM

Francis Farm, Rehoboth, MA

ANNUAL FOLK ART AND ARTISANS SHOW


Saturday, November 11

7 PM - Doors Open, Wine Bar

7:30 PM - Performance

Goff Memorial Hall Goff Memorial Hall

ARTS IN THE VILLAGE CLASSICAL CONCERT SERIES PRESENTS PIANIST MISUZU TANAKA

Doors open at 7 PM for the second concert of the 2017-2018 Season of Arts in the Village with pianist Misuzu Tanaka featuring a program including Beethoven’s Piano Sonata Op. 109, Janáček’s Piano Sonata I. X .1905 “From the Street,” and Liszt’s Après une Lecture de Dante: Fantasia quasi Sonata. Tickets are $18 adults; $16 seniors; $8 children. Cash or checks only, payable to the Rehoboth Antiquarian Society. Tickets are also available at the door. Non-reserved seating, first come, first seated. Subscriptions rates available.  For more info, call 508-463-5384.


Saturday, November 18

6:30 PM

Holy Ghost Brotherhood

TURKEY RAFFLE

The Holy Ghost Brotherhood of Charity, Inc. based in Rehoboth at 43 Broad Street hosts their annual turkey raffle fundraiser. For ticket information, please call Dean at 401-864-3477 or Fred at 401-255-3738.

Calendar Info also available on the following pages:


Senior Center    

Blanding Library

Wellness & Support

Music & Art

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AUGUST & SEPTEMBER

LOCAL EVENTS


Monday, August 21

11 AM

Blanding Library

ITSEY BITSY BEINGS

Make your own insects, microbes, plankton and tiny sculptures of all kinds in this assembly workshop for kids in grades 4 through 12.  Green Art Workshop presents an engaging re-use program that sparks imaginations to take root!  Discover how to turn wire, e-waste, and screws, plus odd and ends to create real and imaginary creatures.


Thursday, August 24

6:30 PM

Blanding Library

KNIT ONE, PURL TWO NEEDLEWORKERS GROUP

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


Friday, August 25

6 PM

American Legion Post 302

SON’S OF THE AMERICAN LEGION MEAT RAFFLE

Try your luck on winning some great selections of quality meat and dinner baskets.  Regular raffle tickets are $20 per packet for the following prizes: 10 Cuts of Meat, 4 double-cut pork chops, 4 t-bone steaks, 10 assorted cuts of meat, 2 prime ribs, 4 dinner baskets.  Plus a 50/50 raffle (3 chances for $1 or a strip for $5), and a losers raffle (ten items).  Drop by the post and have some fun trying your luck.


Friday, August 25

8 PM

Goff Memorial Hall

NO SNOW BALL BENEFIT DANCE

Caller Lisa Greenleaf will lead all dances with preselected iPod music. 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: $10 for this fundraiser. For more info, call 508-252-6375. Contra Dance Website


Saturday, August 26

10 AM to 5 PM

DRRHS Gymnasium

FIRST ANNUAL MATTRESS SALE FUNDRAISER

The D-R Marching Band Boosters are holding this first annual event offering 50% off brand mattresses of all sizes in all price ranges, from $249 to $2,500 including single coil, pocketed coil, memory foam, gel, and latex.  Also on sale will be mattress protectors, pillows and adjustable bases that are the latest trend in the sleep world. Each mattress comes with a box spring as a set.  Delivery approximately 2 weeks following order placement. Please contact Lori Rossi at president@drmbboosters.org for more information.


Saturday, August 26

6 PM

Seekonk Rod and Gun Club

61 Reed Street . Rehoboth

NEW ENGLAND CLAM BOIL FUNDRAISER

HOSTED BY RFD STATION TWO FIREFIGHTERS

Rehoboth Station 2 Firefighters Association invites the public to a New England clam boil. Tickets are $30 per person.  Prizes will be raffled. Tickets must be purchased in advance, no walk-ins.  For tix, please call 508-226-2914 or 508-252-3132.


Sunday, August 27

8 to 11 AM

American Legion Post 302

ALL YOU CAN EAT BREAKFAST

This fundraiser for American Legion Post 302 offers a yummy breakfast including pancakes, scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, home fries, fruit cup, coffee and juice along with S.O.S. (for non-military, that’s creamed chip beef, aka s*** on a shingle). Cost is $8 per person.  Walk-ins welcome.


Sunday, August 27

2 to 4 PM

Historic Hornbine School

(Hornbine and Baker Road)

HORNBINE SCHOOL MUSEUM OPEN HOUSE

Everyone is invited to the Rehoboth’s historic, one-room schoolhouse on the second and fourth Sundays in June, July, August and September.  Enjoy a journey back in time.  Free admission.


Sunday, August 27

5:30 to 7:30 PM

Rehoboth Veterans Memorial Gazebo

FREE CONCERT AT THE GAZEBO FEATURING
TONY FUNCHES (for a return appearance)

The Rehoboth Parks Commission invites everyone to attend a free concert “at the gazebo’ on the Redway Plain featuring singer Tony Funches, former lead singer of The Platters. Bring lawn chairs, blankets, insect repellant and  whatever else you need to enjoy a warm summer evening listening to live music.  Supported in part by the Rehoboth Cultural Council, the local affiliate of the Massachusetts Cultural Council.

Parking available on the field.


Thursday, August 31

6:30 to 8:30 PM

Carpenter Museum

BOOK LAUNCH AND SIGNING WITH LOCAL

AUTHOR HEIDI CHIAVAROLI

Join author Heidi Chiavaroli in celebrating the release of her debut novel, Freedom’s Ring. Heidi’s split-time novel combines past and present while portraying “authentic women finding boundless grace in Jesus.”  A member of American Christian Fiction Writers and the Women’s Fiction Writers Association, Heidi will read passages from the novel, answer questions, and sign books. A musical tribute from Heidi’s son, historical exhibits courtesy of the museum, and light refreshments and raffles will be included. Please RSVP by emailing programs@rehobothantiquarian.org.


Friday, September 1

7 to 8 PM

Goff Memorial Hall

ART HISTORY: EMOTIONAL, SPIRITUAL &

SOCIAL CATALYSTS

A free art history session presented to the community by Rehoboth resident Kellyann Erskine. The slide lecture will present the world’s most marvelous artists throughout history and give insights into their interesting personal lives.  All are invited to attend. Pre-registration not required.


Tuesday, September 5

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.  Registration required, please call 508-252-4236.


Wednesday, September 6

10 AM

Blanding Library

STORY & CRAFT HOUR

Story and Craft Time is offered to children ages three and up.  Children enjoy a story followed by a craft to take home. Registration required, please stop by or call 508-252-4236.


Wednesday, September 6

7 PM

Seekonk Gun Club

REHOBOTH LIONS CLUB CLAM BOIL

The public is invited to the Lions Club’s popular clam boil.  Tickets are $30 for a traditional clam boil. The Seekonk Gun Club is located at 61 Reed Street in Rehoboth. Please see any Lion for tickets or email Chuck Procopio at chuckp@ne-cb.com.


Thursday, September 7

10 AM

Blanding Library

STORY & CRAFT HOUR

Story and Craft Time is offered to children ages three and up.  Children enjoy a story followed by a craft to take home. Registration required, please stop by or call 508-252-4236.


Friday, September 8

8 PM

Goff Memorial Hall

REHOBOTH CONTRA DANCE

Caller Steve Zakon-Anderson will lead the opening dance of our 36th season with live music by Glen Loper and Friends. 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 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, September 9

10:30 AM

Blanding Library

BLANDING LEGO CLUB

Everyone is welcome to drop by and build with Legos.  The club meets on the second Saturday of each month.  Legos are supplied and the possibilities are endless.  Register by calling the library or stop by to sign up.


Saturday, September 9

5:30 to 9 PM

Rehoboth Veterans Memorial Gazebo

FREE CONCERT AT THE GAZEBO FEATURING
THE VILLANAIRES

The Rehoboth Parks Commission invites everyone to attend a free concert “at the gazebo’ on the Redway Plain featuring the band The Villanaires.  Bring lawn chairs, blankets, insect repellant and  whatever else you need to enjoy a warm summer evening listening to live music.  Supported in part by the Rehoboth Cultural Council, the local affiliate of the Massachusetts Cultural Council.

Parking available on the field.


Sunday, September 10

2 to 4 PM

Historic Hornbine School

(Hornbine and Baker Road)

HORNBINE SCHOOL MUSEUM OPEN HOUSE

Everyone is invited to the Rehoboth’s historic, one-room schoolhouse on the second and fourth Sundays in June, July, August and September.  Enjoy a journey back in time.  Free admission.


Sunday, September 10

6 to 8 PM

Goff Memorial Hall

SUNDAY NIGHT JAMMERS COMMUNITY DANCE

Live music by the Jammers for contra dance and a variety of international and couple dances such as polkas and waltzes. Free and open to the public. 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.


Tuesday, September 12

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.  Registration required, please call 508-252-4236.


Wednesday, September 13

10 AM

Blanding Library

STORY & CRAFT HOUR

Story and Craft Time is offered to children ages three and up.  Children enjoy a story followed by a craft to take home. Registration required, please stop by or call 508-252-4236


Thursday, September 14

10 AM

Blanding Library

STORY & CRAFT HOUR

Story and Craft Time is offered to children ages three and up.  Children enjoy a story followed by a craft to take home. Registration required, please stop by or call 508-252-4236.


Thursday, September 14

6 to 8 PM

Goff Memorial Hall

LYME DISEASE SUPPORT GROUP

The Bristol County Lyme Disease Support Group provides support and networking opportunities to individuals affected directly and indirectly by Lyme and associated tick borne diseases. All interested are welcome to attend the monthly meeting. For more info: Facebook and Website


Thursday, September 14

6:30 PM

Blanding Library

KNIT ONE, PURL TWO NEEDLEWORKERS GROUP

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


Friday, September 15

5 to 7 PM

Goff Memorial Hall

LIBRARY BOOK SALE - FRIENDS OF THE BLANDING PREVIEW NIGHT

This special book sale preview is offered to members of Friends of the Blanding Library.  Shop for used books, CDs, DVDs, rare books, and collectible magazines. You can join the Friends on the spot to take advantage of the preview sale. For more info, please contact Whitney Pape at wpape@sailsinc.org.


Saturday, September 16

9 AM to 3 PM

Goff Memorial Hall

LIBRARY BOOK SALE - BAKE SALE and RAFFLE

Shop for used books, CDs, DVDs, rare books, and collectible magazines at the library’s annual book sale fundraiser.  There will also be a great bake sale and raffles to support the library. For more info, please contact Whitney Pape at wpape@sailsinc.org.


Saturday, September 16

10 AM to 3 PM

Redway Plain

18TH ANNUAL ‘LARRY PROCOPIO’

HARVEST BLOCK PARTY

The Town Events Committee hosts this annual “Party for Rehoboth’ on the Redway Plain off Route 44 featuring dozens of booths, vendors, farmer’s market, live music, entertainment, food, and children’s activities such as a petting zoo, hayrides, tractor and train rides.  Free admission and free parking!  Rain date of Sunday, September 17. Reservations are now being accepted for 12 x 12 display booth space through August 15.  Please contact Mary Beth Moriarty at 508-252-9415.


Sunday, September 17

9 AM to 12 Noon

Goff Memorial Hall

LIBRARY BOOK SALE - $5 PER BAG

The final day of the annual book sale ends on Sunday.  Fill a bag for only $5 with books and other items.  For more info, please contact Whitney Pape at wpape@sailsinc.org.


Tuesday, September 19

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.  Registration required, please call 508-252-4236.


Wednesday, September 20

10 AM

Blanding Library

STORY & CRAFT HOUR

Story and Craft Time is offered to children ages three and up.  Children enjoy a story followed by a craft to take home. Registration required, please stop by or call 508-252-4236.


Wednesday, September 20

7 PM

Goff Memorial Hall

CITIZENS AGAINST REHOBOTH COMPRESSOR

STATION (CARCS)

The public is invited to attend all meetings. All those interested in learning more about the proposed natural gas compressor station in North Rehoboth should attend to get the latest update.  Despite a recent “retreat” from the energy companies involved, the group is convinced they will return.


Wednesday, September 20

7 PM

Carpenter Museum

CARPENTER MUSEUM GENEALOGY GROUP

Are you searching for your family roots? The Carpenter Museum Genealogy Group meets monthly to help both novice and experienced genealogy enthusiasts. You don’t need to be from an old Rehoboth family! All are welcome to attend. There are now sub groups organized for specific topics including: Irish Genealogy, Brickwalls, DNA, and Rehoboth Search. WiFi is available, so bring your device. See our Facebook page for more details. For info on the group, please email: Genealogy@RehobothAntiquarian.org.


Thursday, September 21

10 AM

Blanding Library

STORY & CRAFT HOUR

Story and Craft Time is offered to children ages three and up.  Children enjoy a story followed by a craft to take home. Registration required, please stop by or call 508-252-4236.


Thursday, September 21

3:45 to 5:15 PM

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel

Route 44 in Seekonk

AMERICAN HERITAGE GIRLS

MEETING & REGISTRATION

Sign up for AHG Troop MA3712 will take place for the 2017-2018 school year. The faith-based group welcomes girls ages 5 through 18 of all denominations to come check out the program that puts emphasis on girl leadership, character, confidence, teamwork, and life skills and social development. For more info, contact Troop Coordinator Liz Day at 774-991-0729 or visit the troop website.


Thursday, Sept. 21

7 to 10 PM

Rehoboth Fire Station Three

FAMOUS STEAK SUPPER

Fire Station 3 Association hosts their Famous Steak Supper fundraiser.  Cost is $25 per dinner at Station 3 located on Pleasant Street in South Rehoboth.  For tickets or more info, please call 508-379-0156.


Saturday, September 23

1 to 3 PM

American Legion Post 302

PIG ROAST FUNDRAISER

Enjoy an awesome pig roast including potato salad, coleslaw, beans and applesauce for $15 per person.  Tickets only, no walk-ins.  Deadline for purchasing tickets is September 8!  So, don’t be late!  Call the post at 508-252-9079 or contact Jake Kramer at 315-415-2277. 


Sunday, September 24

2 to 4 PM

Historic Hornbine School

(Hornbine and Baker Road)

HORNBINE SCHOOL MUSEUM OPEN HOUSE

Everyone is invited to the Rehoboth’s historic, one-room schoolhouse on the second and fourth Sundays in June, July, August and September.  Enjoy a journey back in time.  Free admission.


Sunday, September 24

5:30 to 7:30 PM

Rehoboth Veterans Memorial Gazebo

FREE CONCERT AT THE GAZEBO

FEATURING RHYTHM 44

The Rehoboth Parks Commission invites everyone to attend a free concert “at the gazebo’ on the Redway Plain featuring the band Rhythm 44.  Bring lawn chairs, blankets, insect repellant and  whatever else you need to enjoy a warm summer evening listening to live music.  Supported in part by the Rehoboth Cultural Council, the local affiliate of the Massachusetts Cultural Council.

Parking available on the field.


Tuesday, September 26

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.  Registration required, please call 508-252-4236.


Wednesday, September 27

10 AM

Blanding Library

STORY & CRAFT HOUR

Story and Craft Time is offered to children ages three and up.  Children enjoy a story followed by a craft to take home. Registration required, please stop by or call 508-252-4236.


Thursday, September 28

10 AM

Blanding Library

STORY & CRAFT HOUR

Story and Craft Time is offered to children ages three and up.  Children enjoy a story followed by a craft to take home. Registration required, please stop by or call 508-252-4236.


Thursday, September 28

6:30 PM

Blanding Library

KNIT ONE, PURL TWO NEEDLEWORKERS GROUP

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


Friday, September 29

7 PM

Seekonk Gun Club

61 Reed Street . Rehoboth

TROOP 3 SECOND ANNUAL CLAM BOIL

Boy Scout Troop 3, based in North Dighton, is holding their second annual clam boil.  The public is welcome to attend. Tickets are $30 per person. For more info, please contact Melissa Berwick at 508-252-5823.


Saturday, September 30

6:30 PM

Holy Ghost Brotherhood

CLAM BOIL

The Holy Ghost Brotherhood of Charity, Inc. based in Rehoboth at 43 Broad Street offers this delicious fundraiser.  For ticket information, please call Dean at 401-864-3477 or Fred at 401-255-3738.