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Walkways made ‘weird, wacky and wonderful’ for chalkfest
At Onset’s 9th annual chalk festival, 4-year-old Coady Flaherty wanted to “draw the earth.” With the world as his muse, Flaherty created a colorful mural of trees, butterflies, dragonflies, flowers and “puffy clouds.” Over 130 artists including...
Chalk-full-o-fun festival returns
On Saturday, Aug. 19., artists will “chalk the sidewalk” of Onset for the Onset Bay Association's 9th annual Chalk-Full-O-Fun Festival. Held at the Lillian Gregerman Bandshell from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., the festival will have artists, music, food and...
Mr. Chris moves to Main Street
State houses 24 families at Atlantic Motel
Old West Wareham Academy building to become condos
Pacheco calls for immigration reform amid migrant crisis
Police searching for two theft suspects
Harvest Moon Festival postponed for Sept. 30
Ha-ha-namaste: Laughter yoga at First Congregational Church
Donald R. Palker, Jr., 84
District MCAS results reveal ‘substantial’ progress
Turning Point celebrates 20 years with the community
‘Breathtaking’ — Music From Land’s End hits all the right notes
Tales of tragedy at the hands of the Roman Empire and conversations with songbirds made for a moving line up in the Music From Land’s End concert held at the Church of the Good Shepherd Sunday, July 30. Music From Land’s End is an annual summer...
Three artists to display at Marion Council on Aging
MARION — Three friends who also are award-winning artists are set to display their works at the Marion Council On Aging where over 35 original pieces will be for sale. Jennifer Cipriano of Marion, Jane Fitzgerald-Egan of Lakeville and Charles J...
Folk duo ‘Hungrytown’ performs at library
When people think of a library, live music may not be the first to come to mind. For Hungrytown, a folk duo of Rebecca Hall and Ken Anderson, performing in libraries has become their “niche.” The married musical pair have performed full-time for 20...
New Bedford Arts and Cultural Emporium holds mural competition
Wareham residents are now welcome to enter the New Bedford Arts and Cultural Emporium mural competition for a chance to win a cash prize and an opportunity to paint a mural. Artists can submit up to three five-inch-by-7-inch thumbnail sketches of...
Midcentury music coming to the library
The Steve Rudolph Trio, a central Pennsylvania jazz group specializing in big band and rock hits from the 1940s to the 1960s, will perform an outdoor concert at the Wareham Free Library on Monday, August 7 at 7 p.m. It will be the final performance...
Summer reading meets ‘Toe Jam’ at the library
Despite its, shall we say, evocative name, New Bedford’s Toe Jam Puppet Band has provided family fun throughout New England for over 20 years. The band will come to the Wareham Free Library on Thursday, August 10 at 4 p.m. for a musical finale to...
Library going country for outdoor concert
Sarah Martin was born in Massachusetts, but her music has a rich Nashville sound. The country singer-songwriter, who was nominated for the 2022 New England Country Artist of the Year Award, will perform at the Wareham Free Library on Monday, July 24...
Cape Cod musicians will rock the library
Cape Cod rock musicians Robert Emmet Dunlap and Kathi Taylor will perform a free outdoor concert at the Wareham Free Library on Monday, July 17 at 7 p.m. Dunlap and Taylor, who are also husband and wife, have played in such bands as Orpheus Reborn,...
Get folksy at the library
Hungrytown, a Vermont-based folk music duo consisting of Rebecca Hall and her husband Ken Anderson, will bring its Celtic-inspired brand of psychedelic Americana to a free outdoor concert at the Wareham Free Library on Monday, July 10 at 7 p.m. The...
Take ‘The Ride of Her Life’ at the library
The Wareham Free Library’s Non-Fiction Book Club will meet on Wednesday, June 28 at 6:30 p.m. to discuss the book “The Ride of Her Life” by Elizabeth Letts. The book tells the true story of Annie Wilkins, a 63-year-old Maine woman who, when told she...
‘Mr. Sandman’ will bring a dream to Onset Beach
Expert sand artist Rodney “Mr. Sandman” Johnson is making his return to Onset Beach for a sand sculpture competition. On Saturday, July 15 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., sand artists of all ages and experience levels can join Johnson in creating beachside...
Go Hawaiian at minibike music festival
What do rock bands, Hawaiian shirts and minibike races have in common? No clue, but all of them and more can be seen at the 12th annual Goma’s Minibike Massacre festival at 45 N. Carver Road from 10 a.m. to dusk on Saturday, June 24. The tiki-themed...
Sing the blues at Onset VFW picnic
No need to go down south to hear the blues. The Dudley L. Brown VFW Post 2846, 4 Gibbs Ball Park Road, will hold a Blues Picnic on Saturday, July 22 from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. Blues greats Willie J. Laws, Cheryl Arena, Gil D. Correia and Toni L...
Dance and laugh the night away at Onset VFW
The Onset Bay Association will hold “Carolee’s Comedy Corner,” a comedy and music fundraiser, at the Dudley L. Brown VFW Post 2846, 4 Gibbs Ball Park Road, on Saturday, July 1 starting at 9 p.m. Comedians Drew Dunn, Annie Powell and Chris Tabb will...
Storyteller brings one-woman show to library
Rona Leventhal, a movement storyteller and improv performer based in Florence, Massachusetts, will dazzle audiences of all ages at the Wareham Free Library on Thursday, July 6 at 4 p.m. Leventhal is known for her one-woman shows telling traditional...
Bird is the word for master carver
“There’s a loon behind you.” It was an odd thing to hear, standing in the Tarpaulin Avenue home and studio of carver Larry Bertrand. And yet, Bertrand’s warning was accurate. There were indeed loons — aquatic birds found in North America, Europe and...
Onset preparing for 15th Summer of Love
Onset’s Summer of Love concert series will return for its 15th year, starting on Wednesday, June 28 from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thee Midnight Society (not a typo), which bills itself as “Cape Cod’s most original party/cover band,” will perform hits...
Congregational Church holding Pride Month art show
First Congregational Church of Wareham member Katherine Hanson believes that, as the folk song says, “All God’s creatures have a place in the choir.” That is why she is organizing “Pride Pop-up,” an LGBTQ-themed art exhibition at the church, 11...
Get ready to bog and roll at All American Assisted Living
The berries will be bouncing at “Jammin’ on the Bogs,” a concert and party at All American Assisted Living, 300 Rosebrook Way, on Wednesday, June 21 from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. There will be live music, appetizers, drinks and games. To RSVP, call...
Bouquets replace beer mugs at Fearing Tavern
History and horticulture collided on Saturday, June 10 and Sunday, June 11, when the Wareham Historical Society and Wareham Garden Club hosted a flower show at the Fearing Tavern Museum. Bouquets of flowers grown by Garden Club members graced the...
‘American Idol’ alum releases debut EP
At the stroke of midnight on Saturday, June 10, singer Teddy Mathews could finally breathe again. Mathews, a Wareham native who went on “American Idol” in 2018 , celebrated the release of his debut EP, “Sorry I’m Late,” at the Dudley L. Brown VFW...
Middle schoolers sing, dance and draw at art and talent show
Ever since he was in first grade, Wareham Middle School fifth grader Gavin Pittsley has loved the video game “Team Fortress 2.” In the game, characters frequently do the prisyadka, a traditional Russian folk dance involving kicking out one’s feet...
‘American Idol’ alum holding album release party in Onset
Teddy Mathews, the Wareham singer whose 2018 star turn on “American Idol” was left on the cutting room floor , is throwing a party to celebrate the release of his debut EP, “Sorry I’m Late.” The party will take place at the Dudley L. Brown VFW Post...
The middle school’s got talent – and art
Wareham Middle School students will put on an art and talent show on Thursday, June 8 from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Guests can see student artwork on display starting at 4:30 p.m., and the talent show will begin at 5 p.m. The middle school Student...
Landscape artist makes a splash at Dartmouth Cultural Center
Landscape artist Susan Gilmore finds inspiration from her backyard in Wareham. A glimpse into her reality can be seen at the Dartmouth Cultural Center, 404 Elm St., from now until Monday, June 26. Gilmore has been an artist “ever since [she] was a...
Local kids will sing in New Bedford choir concert
Wareham kids will perform with the South Coast Children’s Chorus, a choir of over 50 students from schools throughout southeastern Massachusetts, at the First Unitarian Church in New Bedford, 71 Eighth Street, on Thursday, June 8 at 6:30 p.m. The...
Walk the line at library Johnny Cash concert
In a legendary career spanning over half a century, Johnny Cash was everywhere, man. However, the Man in Black never came to Wareham — until now. Boston-based singer-songwriter Matt York will perform the classic songs of Johnny Cash at the Wareham...
Taunton author to give talk at library
Taunton author Kerrin Willis’s novel “Strange Arithmetic” will be the subject of a talk at the Wareham Free Library on Saturday, June 24 at 1 p.m. At the talk, Willis will discuss her novel, which takes place in Taunton between 1944 and 2015. It...
Musical duo sings through American history at library
From 1754’s “Yankee Doodle” to 2013’s “Happy,” Tom and Sheila Monaghan sang through America’s “history and her-story” at the Wareham Free Library on Wednesday, May 24. The pair, who both hail from Wareham and have been singing professionally for 35...
Onset Chalkfest looking for artists, vendors
The Onset Bay Association’s Chalkfest, to be held on Saturday, August 19, will be chalk full of artists, music, food and drink. The association is still deciding where to hold the festival, but is still looking for vendors and chalk artists to be a...
It’s full STEAM ahead at elementary school fair
Nine-year-old Markus Gougeon has been interested in science and art from an early age. “When I was 5, I started watching documentaries,” he said. “I started making sculptures out of clay. I started to flip over rocks to investigate bugs.” Markus...
High school bands, chorus say aloha to spring
Wareham High School senior James Houghton, who plays the saxophone in the school’s jazz ensemble and jazz workshop, is known for performing pieces that one wouldn’t normally expect to hear at a school concert. At a concert in March , Houghton...
Solve an English mystery at the library
The Wareham Free Library’s Mystery Book Club will discuss the novel “The Long Call” by Ann Cleeves on Tuesday, June 20 at 6 p.m. “The Long Call,” the first novel in Cleeves’s “Two Rivers” series, tells the story of a detective who was raised in a...
Hear America singing at the library
Entertainers Tom and Sheila Monaghan will perform a medley of patriotic tunes during “Sing for America,” a free concert at the Wareham Free Library on Wednesday, May 24 at 7 p.m. “Sing for America” is a humorous overview of the history of American...
First Congregational Church holds benefit concert for Ohio train derailment victims
East Palestine, Ohio, a town with a population one-fifth the size of Wareham’s during the off-season, made headlines this February due to a massive train derailment. The derailment, and subsequent fire, released hazardous materials into the...
Folk band brings sounds of Scotland to Library
The rich, full voices of Scotland filled the Wareham Free Library on Sunday, May 14, as the folk band North Sea Gas performed to an enthusiastic audience. The band, which previously performed at the library in 2022 , enthralled its audience with...
A fairy good time at high school art show
Willow Hegarty may have glittery purple wings, and little hearts under her eyes, but that’s not pixie dust on her fingers — it’s chalk dust. Willow, an eighth grader at Wareham High School, helped turn the high school courtyard into Fairyland for...
Go down in library history with a collaborative poetry challenge
Poetry doesn’t have to be a solo act. A new challenge at the Wareham Free Library encourages friends and family to write poetry together, one word at a time. The library accepting submissions for its “Exquisite Corpse” poetry challenge from now...
Hibernian hoofers learn moves at Irish dance school
For Irish dancers, there’s no busier time than March. Over the course of two weeks, the Kanaley School of Irish Dance on Cranberry Highway had 27 St. Patrick’s Day performances. Students of the school, which opened just before St. Patrick’s Day,...
Cultural Council grant recipients announce plans
Puppeteer Mary Wilson received a $500 grant from the Wareham Cultural Council for her upcoming Puppets Paul & Mary musical variety show at the Wareham Free Library — and nobody was happier about it than Sally, one of Wilson’s puppets. “I am so...
Library puppet show will be deeply felt
Puppeteer Mary Wilson of Pitter Patter Puppets will join singer-songwriter Paul Kehoe for a special edition of their “Puppets, Paul and Mary” act to the Wareham Free Library on Thursday, July 13 at 10:30 a.m. The “musical and interactive puppet...
Music from Land’s End is Bach for the summer
Music from Land’s End, Wareham’s classical music maestros, will perform two concerts this summer. The first, “Melodious Noise,” will be at the Church of the Good Shepherd, 74 High St., on Sunday, July 30 at 5 p.m. It will feature works by Johann...
Library poster exhibit features art of labor movements
Stephen Lewis has collected over 30,000 posters from labor and activist movements around the world, and not one is a duplicate. During a recent visit to France, a local labor union gave him 110 unique posters. “That’s called international solidarity...
Attend the tale of ‘Sweeney Todd’ at the High School
For Wareham High School senior Sage Kidder, the role of Mrs. Lovett, the deranged pie shop owner in Stephen Sondheim’s macabre musical “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street,” is far from a cinch. In fact, the only thing cinched is her...
Fairy tales will come true at the High School
Fairies and gnomes will inhabit the halls and grounds of Wareham High School on Wednesday, May 10 from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. During the Fairy and Gnome Art Walk, guests can hunt for fairy and gnome houses throughout the high school, while also...
Rise, comrades, and view May Day posters at the Library
Workers of Wareham, unite! You have nothing to lose but your boredom. Stephen Lewis will exhibit historic pro-labor posters from six continents at the Wareham Free Library from Friday, April 28 to Tuesday, May 30. May 1 is celebrated as...
See a Scottish folk show at the Library
No need to walk 500 miles (or 500 more): A bit of Scotland is coming to Wareham. The Scottish folk band North Sea Gas is returning to the Wareham Free Library on Sunday, May 14 at 2 p.m., promising an afternoon of music, storytelling and good humor...
Help make Onset Bay sing at open mic night fundraiser
The Onset Bay Association will hold an open mic night fundraiser at the Glen Cove Hotel’s 1883 Lounge, 167 Onset Ave., on Thursday, May 11 from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. All proceeds will go toward Onset’s summer concert series.
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