Jack Craig to perform at EPOCH Senior Healthcare of NortonWhen?
Friday, 1:30 p.m.
EPOCH Senior Healthcare of Norton, 184 Mansfield Ave.
Musician Jack Craig will perform at EPOCH Senior Healthcare of Norton on Friday, Oct. 18 at 1:30 p.m.
The singer and pianist frequently performs at senior centers and retirement
communities throughout Massachusetts and Rhode Island. To attend this free
show, please R.S.V.P. by calling 508-285-7745. EPOCH Senior Healthcare is
located at 184 Mansfield Ave.
Attleboro Farmer's Market
Saturday, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Finberg Field, 732 Park St. (Route 118)
The Market is located at Fineberg Field in Atttleboro which is at Park (Route 118) and Bishop Streets, between Sturdy Hospital and LaSalette Shrine. Across the street from Bliss Brothers Dairy. It is open every Saturday from mid-June through October from 9 to 1.
Apple Pie Contest
It’s our First, hopefully annual, Apple Pie Baking Contest this Saturday, October 19 at the Attleboro Farmers Market, 732 Park Street, Route 118, at Finberg Field between Sturdy Memorial Hospital and LaSallete Shrine.
Find your best recipe, get making, get baking and bring your Apple Pie creation to the Market before 10 a.m. read the rules below. Memorize them if you must.
Party Bubbles from Plymouth, Mass. will be back at the Market this Saturday. Make some spectacular bubbles with Megan Colby Parker, World Record holder for the largest free floating bubble.
Jacquie O'Brien, RN, from the Attleboro Health Department, will be conducting a flu clinic at the Attleboro Farmers Market from 10:30 to 11:30. The clinics are open to any individual 6 months and older. Both Flu "shots" and a limited amount of Flu "mist" will be available. Individuals are requested to bring all insurance cards. Individuals without insurance or whose insurance does not cover flu vaccine will still be able to receive their flu vaccine. Any one receiving the flu vaccine for the first time must stay for observation for 10-15 minutes. To help clinic staff, please wear loose clothing or short sleeves to provide easy access to your upper arm.
The Hebron Food Pantry will be selling pumpkins grown and donated by Farmers Market vendor Bob Peasely’s Breezy Knoll Farm. These pumpkins were grown from the same seeds we handed out at the Memorial Day Parade way back in May. All proceeds go to the Hebron Food Pantry. Carve that pumpkin during the week and enter it in next week’s Pumpkin Carving Contest.
Make a donation of food item or money to the Hebron Food Pantry and have a Chalk Caricature or a Chalk-A-Doodle done by David Laferriere. David is a member of the Attleboro Farmers Market and the Attleboro Arts Museum boards of trustees. He is also the Dad who has been drawing on this kids’ sandwich bags since
Attleboro Y Fall Festival & Haunted HappeningsWhen?
Saturday, 10 a.m.
295 North Main Street, Norton
Bring your little ghosts and goblins to the Norton Outdoor Center for hayrides, pony rides, carnival games, face painting, a pumpkin patch, and more fall family fun through the day.
Once the sun goes down, venture through our haunted trail through the woods … if you dare!
Entrance fees: $15 per family / $5 per individual(Entrance fees are paid at the gate. Entry fees include all-day access to both the day and evening events.)
Foxboro VFW Meat RaffleWhen?
Saturday, 2 p.m.
337 Cocasset Street, Foxboro
Join us Saturday, October 19th from 2 - 4p.m at the Foxboro VFW for our monthly meat raffle!
All meat is purchased from The Produce Barn in Norton, MA.
Featuring: King Cuts, Meat for a Week platters, Rib Eye steaks and more!Tickets
1 for $1 or 7 for $5
Saturday, 5 p.m.
Mass Audubon's Attleboro Springs Wildlife Sanctuary at La Salette 947 Park Street Attleboro Ma
Attleboro Springs Wildlife Sanctuary comes alive at night with this fun, non-scary, Halloween event. Visitors will be guided through pumpkin lit trails and greeted by forest inhabitants who share the history of the sanctuary along with natural history facts through fun skits, and stories.You can make some fun creature crafts, play games and more!
Campfire and marshmallows for toasting complimentary with your admission.
Under the outdoor pavilion you find our famous Spooktacular Bake Sale with homemade cookies, cakes, brownies, and hot drinks!
Children under 3 years are free!$5.00 per person
Guided tours leave every 15 mins from Attleboro Springs
parking lot. Sign up for your time slot for the guided tour. Enjoy the
crafts, bake sale and campfire after the hike.
APCSM's 5th Annual Paws in the Park Walk and Festival!When?
Sunday, 10 a.m.
Sheep Pasture, Easton
Join us with your dog for a fund-raising walk around the beautiful grounds of the NRT Sheep Pasture! This is a day of fun for the whole family to support the Animal Protection Center of Southeastern MA.
Download a registration form at APCSM.org. Registration is at 10am, and the walk begins at 11am.
Walker registration is a $15 donation to the Animal Protection Center. Download the registration form and collect sponsors to raise even more! Walkers who raise $50 or more receive a T-shirt!
Any Questions call Carol 508-409-5188