Municipal Meetings

thru December 14, 2017

The list below includes posted meeting

times for municipal boards, committees,

and councils.


Monday, December 11

BOARD OF ASSESSORS

7 PM - Town Office

BOARD OF SELECTMEN

7 PM - Senior Center


Tuesday, December 12

BOARD OF ASSESSORS

9:30 AM - Town Office

SCHOOL COMMITTEE

6:30 PM - DRRHS Media Center

ANIMAL ADVISORY COM

7:30 PM - Town Office


Wednesday, December 13

375 COMMITTEE

7 PM - Senior Center


Thursday, December 14

OFFICE HOURS WITH STATE

SENATOR PAUL FEENEY

10:30 AM to 12 Noon - Senior Center

Propane Plus

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Blanding Library

Wellness & Support

Music & Art

2018 EVENTS

Wednesday, January 3

7 PM

Blanding Library

BLANDING BOOK CLUB

Join this friendly group of readers in  lively and thoughtful discussion. January’s book selection is Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston.  Published in 1937, this novel follows the life of Janie Crawford on her search for happiness. Copies available at the library.


Saturday, January 27, 2018

6:30 PM - Cocktail Hour

7:30 PM - Dinner

Hillside Country Club

REHOBOTH 375 ANNIVERSARY BALL DINNER DANCE FUNDRAISER

The Rehoboth 375 Committee hosts the official “kick off” of the town’s special anniversary year with a festive dinner dance.  You’ll have a ball! Costumes are encouraged.  Dress from your favorite time period.  Enjoy a lovely cocktail hour with cheese, crackers and vegetable crudite followed by a plated dinner with your choice of Braised Short Ribs of Beef or, Stuffed Chicken Cape Cod with Cranberry Stuffing served with salad, vegetables and potatoes. Plus Sweet Endings Desserts and Coffee Station. Cash bars available.  Live music by Rhythm 44. Ticket price is $60 per person.  Proceeds from this fundraiser will support the Rehoboth 375 Parade to be held October 2018.  To reserve or purchase tickets, drop by the Town Office or email BallTickets@Rehoboth375.com.


Wednesday, February 7

7 PM

Blanding Library

BLANDING BOOK CLUB

Join this friendly group of readers in  lively and thoughtful discussion. February’s book selection is The English Teacher by Lily King, the passionate tale of a mother and son’s vital bond and a provocative look at our notions of intimacy, honesty, loyalty, family, and the true meaning of home.  Copies will be available at the library.


Friday, February 9

5 to 7 PM

American Legion Post 302

ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT MEXICAN FOOD

FUNDRAISER FOR 375 PARADE

Don’t cook.  Eat out for a good cause. This fundraiser for the Rehoboth 375 parade features all-you-can-eat Mexican cuisine.  Tickets are $15.  Cash bar with special margaritas.  Try your chance at raffles.  Ticket info to be announced soon.


Thursday, March 1

4 to 6:30 PM

American Legion Post 302

SPAGHETTI SUPPER

375 PARADE FUNDRAISER

Don’t cook!  Eat out for a good cause.  This fundraiser for the 375 parade will feature the acclaimed “375 Secret Sauce” served with spaghetti, pasta, meatballs, sausage, plus salad and rolls. Cash bar.  Tickets are $10 per person.

For tix, email Jake Kramer at Veterans@town.rehoboth.ma.us.


Saturday, March 3, 2018

10 AM to 4 PM

CARPENTER MUSEUM

GENEALOGY GROUP SYMPOSIUM

“Celebrating Rehoboth History and its People” will feature booths, displays and workshops to be held at Goff Memorial Hall, the Carpenter Museum Farmhouse, and E. Otis Dyer Barn.  Guest presenters will include Phoebe Bean, MLS, Librarian at the the Rhode Island Historical Society; and Stan Lemons, PhD, historian at First Baptist Church in Providence, and Professor Emeritus of History at Rhode Island College.


Saturday, April 14, 2018

American Legion Post 302

CHEF CHICO’S SURPRISE SUPPER

What will Chef Chico be creating for this surprise supper?  Shhh.  It’s a secret!  The Rehoboth 375 Committee hosts this family friendly fundraising supper to benefit the Rehoboth 375 Parade Fund.  More details to come.


Week of April 22 to 28

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.  Details to come.


Saturday, May 19, 2018

10 AM to 2 PM

Various Locations in Rehoboth

REHOBOTH HISTORIC HOUSE TOUR

The Rehoboth 375 Committee and Rehoboth Historical Commission are hosting a tour of historic Rehoboth homes.  More information to come.


Tuesday, June 5

5 to 9 PM

Francis Farm

375 TASTE OF REHOBOTH

Enjoy a sampling of culinary creations from local and area restaurants and food businesses at this family fundraiser.  More details to come.


Saturday, June 23, 2018

Details to Come

REHOBOTH 375 CARNIVAL

More information to come. This family  fundraiser will benefit the 375 Parade.


Saturday, July 21, 2018

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.


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.


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, 2108

REHOBOTH 375 PARADE

December Events


Monday, December 11

6:30 to 8 PM

DRRHS Auditorium

BECKWITH MIDDLE SCHOOL CHORUS CONCERT

Get into the holiday spirit. Enjoy music and song from the talented students and musicians at Beckwith Middle School.  Tickets sold at the door.


Tuesday, December 12

Wednesday, December 13

3:30 to 5 PM

Blanding Library

BLANDING GINGERBREAD HOUSE AFTERNOONS

Sponsored by the Friends of the Blanding Library, this popular annual gingerbread house building program is offered to children ages 5 years and up (with their adult) While supplies will be provided, donations of colorful, small edible decorative elements will be gratefully received -- gummies, wafer cookies, pretzels, NO nuts/chocolate please).  Space is limited. Registration for this event is required.  Call 508-252-4236 or drop by to sign up.


Wednesday, December 13

5 to 8 PM

Goff Memorial Hall

REHOBOTH AMBULANCE OFFERS

CPR AND AED TRAINING CLASS

Rehoboth Ambulance, the non-profit organization that supplies ambulance services in Rehoboth, is offered training to all ages. Classes are offered free of charge, but Rehoboth Ambulance is always grateful for donations.  Registration is required, please contact Bonnie Meagher at 508-252-3049.


Thursday, December 14

10:30 AM to 12 noon

Gladys L. Hurrell Senior Center Conf. Room

SENATOR PAUL FEENEY OFFICE HOURS

Newly elected State Senator Paul Feeney is holding office hours to give constituents the chance to discuss current issues and concerns.  All Rehoboth residents are encouraged to use this opportunity to chat with Senator Feeney one-on-one.


Monday, December 18

6:30 to 8 PM

DRRHS Auditorium

BECKWITH MIDDLE SCHOOL BAND CONCERT

Get into the holiday spirit. Enjoy music and song from the talented students and musicians at Beckwith Middle School.  Tickets sold at the door.


Wednesday, December 20

6:30 to 9 PM

DRRHS Auditorium

DRRHS ANNUAL WINTER CONCERT

Students at DRRHS offer this popular annual event featuring the talented student musicians and singers. Tickets sold at the door.


Wednesday, December 20

7 PM

Carpenter Museum

CARPENTER MUSEUM GENEALOGY GROUP

The Carpenter Museum Genealogy Group meets monthly to help both novice and experienced genealogy enthusiasts.All are welcome to attend. WiFi is available, so bring your device. See our Facebook page for more details. For info on the group, please email: Genealogy@RehobothAntiquarian.org.


Friday, December 22

8 PM

Goff Memorial Hall

REHOBOTH CONTRA DANCE

Caller Lisa Greenleaf will lead the dance with live music by Julie Metcalf and Max Newman. 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


Friday, December 29

8 PM

Goff Memorial Hall

REHOBOTH CONTRA DANCE

Caller Linda Leslie will lead the dance with live music by Amy Larkin and Roberta Sutter. 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


Sunday, December 31

8 PM to Midnight with dessert potluck

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. Bring along a contribution for the dessert potluck. Contact Bob Elliott by calling 774-644-1369 or Bobolinkelliott@yahoo.com. Visit their website.