Casey O'Conors in Mansfield is featuring live music all weekend. FRI May 18 - Mike Lebon 6-9 Followed by LUCID SKY. SAT May 19th - Box Groove followed by DJ Jim DePillo. SUN May 20th - THE REBEL KELLYS 4-7
Caught In the Act a new musical - Friday and Satruday - Caught In The Act is an original musical written, developed and now showing right here at the Mansfield Music and Arts Society. It is a family fun show about a troup of radio performers putting on a radio show in May of 1936. You'll enjoy the comedy skits, old commercials and the wonderful varitey of old popular music. The cast is wonderful and includes childern and adults.
Nick Rossi is playing at the Tavern in Wrentham
at 7 p.m. to close. Join the Tavern as he plays covers of all kinds, simulating every instrument, from drums to sax, violen to sitar and more.
Live Music with Joshua James Gerrish at McMahon's Countryside Grille. -Josh shares his amazing voice and guitar skills with us and believe me, you do not want to miss this! If we are super lucky, he may bring a few friends to join him by playing the drums and bass guitar and really make this a night to remember.
Yo Yo People are Coming to Wrentham... Wrentham Cub Scout Pack 131 with a generous grant from the Wrentham Cultural Council is sponsoring a night of Yo Yo expertise on Friday, May 18, 2012. The show will be at King Philip Regional High School Auditorium at 7 pm-doors open at 6:30 p.m. Admission is Family Friendly! Tickets $5 for adults and $3 for children. Tickets will be available at the door. The Yo-Yo People bring back that nostalgic toy, reminding you of old favorite tricks such as Walk the Dog and Rock the Baby, then will amaze the audience with new and bizarre tricks, such as Boingy-Boingy and Iron Whip. Check them out at www.yoyopeople.com.
The Foxborough High School is presenting Spring Jazz Fest at 7 p.m.The Foxboro Music Association is excited to present its 31st annual Spring Jazz Fest with guest artist Donny McCaslin and featuring the Ahern Junior Jazz Band with the Foxboro High School Jazz Lab Band, Jazz Ensemble, and Jazz Choir. Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for seniors and students. All proceeds from the concert will help fund music scholarships for Foxboro students, guest artists, and commissioning of new musical works.
Showcase Live at Patriot Place is presenting Back to the '80's Night with Rubix Kube- The Ultimate '80's Tribute Band. Rubix Kube is premiere '80s tribute band of New York City and beyond. The Kube is more than just a cover band---it's a true '80s experience. Each super-charged show guarantees to bring the house down every time in any environment regardless how big /small/young or old of a crowd! Rubix Kube gives you the ultimate ‘80s experience!
Art Adventures will be at the Children's Museum in Easton today at 10 a.m. For more information, click here.
Wrentham Boy Scouts Spring Yard Sale - The yard sale will have a plethora of items for everyone. There will be toys for the kids and other items for adults. Proceeds from the sale will go to Troop 131 to help maintain camping equipment and fund Troop activities. The yard sale will take place at the Wrentham Center parking lot at the corner of South Street (Route 1A)and Route 140. It will begin at 9am and end at 2pm. There will be bikes, sports equipment, books, toys, clothing, household items, exercise equipment and more.
Multi-Family Yard Sale in Norton - Multi Family Yard Sale - In the plaza where Hot Spots Tanning Salon is. Huge selection of items: lots of baby stuff; housewares; appliances; books; jewelry; girls teen clothing; games; cd's; movies. 8 to 2 pm both saturday and sunday, May 19th and 20th - rain or shine. no early birds please.
A (different) Multi-family neighborhood yard sale in Norton - 6 Arrowhead Drive Norton, 2 Sconset Circle Norton, 4 Sconset Circle Norton.
FHS Alumni & Friends 70's & 80's Class Reunion FHS Alumni Beth Hill (‘79) and Jim Krug (‘80) are members of the Pedals for Pediatrics team riding in the Pan Mass Challenge in August. They are committed to raise over $8000 dollars for Kids with Cancer! Please join us for this wonderful event. Catch up with old friends and find out what’s been happening for the past 25+ years! Raffles, Silent Auction, Karaoke, Dancing and More!
The Unitarian Church of Sharon is presenting Not Just Another Coffeehouse, a live music program at 7 p.m. The Gnomes’ upbeat, creative music ranges from traditional to tango, Celtic to French, reggae to gospel. Doors
open at 6:30. Tickets $15. This is a non-profit venture. Hardship-pay what you can. Child care for children four and up available. Wheelchair accessible.
The Town of Mansfield - Council on Aging is now accepting reservations for the summer trip to McCoy Stadium for July this Saturday. The annual Pawtucket Red Sox Game will be on Thursday, July 19, at noon. Tickets are $11 per person, and are located in the reserved seating area behind home plate on the third base line. Space is limited, and ticket reservations are now being taken.
Blackstone Valley Bluegrass is playing at the Trinitarian Congregational Church in Norton at 7 p.m. With powerful three- and four-part harmonies and fast but tasteful picking, these musicians are blazing new ground throughout the Blackstone Valley and beyond. If you want to hear some great bluegrass music, come on out and see Blackstone Valley Bluegrass!Tickets available at the door: Adults $12, kids 11-18 $6, children under 10 Free
The Mansfield Music and Arts Society is holding Auditions for A Mid Summer Night's Dream. This production will be East Coast première of the stunning new, award winning, original adaptation of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream by Matthew Kellen Burgos and Sam R. Ross, co-Artistic Directors of Vanguard Repertory Company (an LA based equity company). Reviews of this adaptation are available here: http://www.stagescenela.com/2011/07/a-midsummer-nights-dream/ andhere: http://www.lasplash.com/publish/Los_Angeles_Performances_116/a-midsummer-nights-dream-theatre-review.php .
This production will be MMAS’s first outdoor production. It will be presented at Mansfield’s Fulton Pond park. It will be a free “Shakespeare in the Park” production.
Maplewood Day Camp & Enrichment Center will host a Family Fun Day on Saturday, May 19, 2012 to support the DJ Dream Fund, a scholarship fund founded in memory of local Easton athlete Danroy Henry, Jr. (DJ) that helps local students in need participate in wellness programs, summer camps and athletic activities. The event will take place at Maplewood’s 30-acre site and feature a variety of activities include boating, family canoe races, rock climbing, gymnastics, face painting, a football obstacle course, a 3 on 3 basketball tournament, field sports, moonwalks and zumba. Tickets for the event, which include all activities and lunch, are $10 per individual or $30 per family of up to six members. All proceeds will support the DJ Dream Fund. To register for the Family Fun Day or request more information, please visit http://www.djdreamfund.org.
The Mansfield Bank is hosting the 3rd Annual Relay for Life Car Wash / Yard Sale. Both events will be held simultaneously on Sunday May 20, 2012 from 9:00am-1:00pm here in the parking lot of Mansfield Bank – 80 North Main Street Mansfield Ma. All donations will be accepted and 100% of the funds raised go towards American Cancer Society via Mansfield’s Relay for Life. Come on down and browse our wares (donated by Mansfield Bank Employees) as we wash your car.
Open house at Camp Edith Read in Norton - Going to Girl Scout camp is a treasured chance to get out and explore the delights of nature and make friendships that will last a lifetime. Camp Edith Read is located on 44 acres along Wading River and offers girls the chance to explore nature in a safe, fun environment. The site includes a lodge, playing field, adventure trail, shelter for rainy day activities and an in-ground swimming pool.