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Ivy Music Academy is thrilled to let you know that a new teacher just joined our school. Daniel Dickson who is also a Music Director at the Federated Church of Norfolk, will have classes on Sundays after 11:30 a.m starting September 10th. He will be teaching cello and piano.
For Daniel`s full bio please visit our website www.ivymusicacademy.com. You can also call us at 781-647-5390 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for scheduling details.
The new edition of the Norfolk Little Green Phone Book is currently being up-dated. Our deadline is soon.
To have your business included in the green pages section of the Norfolk Book in print and on-line you can CALL: 508-429-5588 or go to our website: www.littlegreenphonebook.com. If you have an addition, correction or want your cell phone listed in the next Norfolk Little Green Phone Book, e-mail the information to: email@example.com or Call 508-429-5588
The Norfolk directory is over 150 pages and filled with town information, library hours, transfer station hours, places of worship, a school directory, a listing of town officials, clubs & organizations, local mall listings and phone listings by street.
You can go on our online directory to find local business and services www.littlegreenphonebook.com
If you would like more information, Sarahs webpage can be found at www.sarahboynton.net
[Update 10/21 12:18pm: updated initials - Wm.]
[reposted with attachments, my apologies - Wm.]
This program will help middle and high school students and their parents distinguish between typical teen worries and excessive, difficult-to-control worries. Participants will learn how to challenge or let go of unhelpful thoughts and to develop strategies to cope with stressful situations, and parents will learn how to reinforce good coping skills without adding pressure to their teens.
This program is free and open to the public. There is no registration required. Please visit the library's website at norfolkpl.org for more information.
The Norfolk Lions Club is sponsoring its 9th annual charity Norfolk Challenge Golf Outing on Monday, September 18, 2017 at the New England Country Club. All proceeds from this event will be used to benefit Norfolk Lions charities. The scenic New England Country Club in Bellingham, MA was voted "One of the Best 18" by The Boston Globe and is the site of many events hosted by "Chi Chi" Rodriguez.
Golfers of all skill levels with an aptitude for fun are invited to compete in a four-person scramble format. Only one team will win the battle to earn the bragging rights of Top Foursome and own the NORFOLK TROPHY for a year - everyone else will have a great time!
Tee time is 8:30 AM with a buffet following play at the club's outdoor banquet facility. This great event also includes raffles and prizes for top foursome, top male and female teams, longest drive and closest to the pin.
The fee of $125 per person includes 18 holes of scramble format golf, a golf cart and the banquet. Hole sponsorships of $100 each are also available. Or you can be a recognized as a "Friend of Lions" for a $50 donation. Mail check and foursome details to: Norfolk Lions, P.O. Box 608, Norfolk, MA 02056. Make checks payable to the Norfolk Lions.
Registration forms can be accessed at www.norfolkmalions.org. More information and directions to the New England Country Club can be found at: www.newenglandcountryclub.com.
For questions or more information send email to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Mike L. 774-263-3379 or John P. at 508-346-3015.
So hurry and make plans for your foursome now - the Battle begins September 18!
The Lions are a non-profit organization known for working to end preventable blindness. Norfolk Lions participate in a vast variety of projects important to our community and proceeds are donated back into local charities or to meet community needs.
August 1, 2017: Social Media - Get Connected with Others. This workshop will look at a few of the most popular social media sites. We'll discuss how to create new accounts, the variety of uses, and what to be careful for.
August 8, 2017: NO WORKSHOP
August 15, 2017: Film Discussion Group (every THIRD Tuesday of the month)
August Topic - Edgar Wright. Over the next few months we will be discussing styles of different film auteurs, and what's makes their movies so unique. In August we will discuss Edgar Wright, who elevates his comedies through interesting visuals.
August 22, 2017: Screenwriting Group (every FOURTH Tuesday of the month). Writing is hard, but we want to help! This screenwriting group is meant to serve local screenwriters who want support. The group is open to all writing levels, and we encourage anyone to join. We will offer time for table reads to workshop member's screenplays, helping the writer work through dialogue and story development. We will also plan discussions about various writing aspects including, structure, formatting, keeping on schedule, defeating writer's block, character development, and more.
August 28, 2017: 3 Reasons Why I Hate My DSLR Camera. Taught by community member Alvaro Tobar. Learn the key functions of your DSLR camera. How do camera body and lens work together? What is that blurry picture effect I see in videos and how do I get it? What is white balance? If you are puzzled by the questions above, then this workshop is for you. Disclaimer: this workshop will cover fundamentals of filming with your DSLR, not fundamentals DSLR photography. We will focus on how to master 3 basic elements to get your filming going: camera, color temperature, and lenses. This workshop is for beginners of all ages and abilities. No experience required, but a deep interest in filming is recommended.
To sign up for a workshop or group, head to our website www.norfolkcable.com/workshops
Film Discussion Group (Every third Tuesday of the month)
This group is meant for anyone interested in analyzing films in an open and friendly space. We will prepare a topic to discuss each month and gain a better understanding of different elements of filmmaking. By watching clips from different films, we will explore what has been done really well (or perhaps what hasn't) and examine why something works or doesn't. Local filmmakers are also invited to use this group to screen their short film and optionally open it to a constructive discussion.
Screenwriting Group (Every fourth Tuesday of the month)
Writing is hard, but we want to help! This screenwriting group is meant to serve local screenwriters who want support. The group is open to all writing levels, and we encourage anyone to join. We will offer time for table reads to workshop member's screenplays, helping the writer work through dialogue and story development. We will also plan discussions about various writing aspects including, structure, formatting, keeping on schedule, defeating writer's block, character development, and more.
We don't have workshops in the month of July due to the holiday on the 4th and our Stop Motion Animation Kid's Program on the 11th, but will be hosting our monthly groups as regularly planned! All workshops and groups take place on Tuesday nights at our studio and start at 6:30pm. Our studio is located at 158 Main Street right in Norfolk center. All ages are welcome and encouraged (under 16 with parent/guardian). Check out the schedule below for July!
July 18th - Film Discussion Group with guest facilitator Anne Marie Battistone
Anne Marie Battistone will discuss how imagery in Fritz Lang's 1931 masterpiece, M, portrays the mental state of the protagonist, played by Peter Lorre.
July 25th - Screenwriting Group
Bring your scripts and/or ideas! This is a great space to explore, ask questions, and communicate with your neighbors about your work and/or aspirations!
To sign up for a workshop or group, head to our website www.norfolkcable.com/workshops.
All of this is possible thanks to the generous donations of both our annual and event sponsors including BHHS Page Realty, Bradbury Insurance, Cronin Oil, Norfolk Auto, 1776 Financial, Next Phase Legal LLC, Samet & Company, William Raveis Delta Realtors, Holmes Bus Company, Dedham Savings, Dover Trucking, Elite Foods, Emmanuel Baptist Church, Federated Church, Foxboro Federal Savings, Minuteman Press Newton, Norfolk Community League, Norfolk Cultural Council, Norfolk Recreation, Representative Shawn Dooley, Roche Brothers, Rocky's Auto Body, Rodman Ford, Stop & Shop, Taylor Rental, Tom Antonellis. Thank you so much to everyone for making our 25th so special. Yesterday was an amazing day, we are already looking forward to Community Day 2018!
Our services are flexible and can be arranged for as little as a few hours a week or as many as 24 hours a day, seven days a week, including holidays. Our Caregivers can help with a wide range of activities including companionship, meal planning, preparation, and clean-up, housekeeping, laundry, medication reminders, errands, shopping, as well as escort to and from appointments and events. JM Home Healthcare Personal Support Workers and Health Care Aides can also assist with mobilization and personal care needs if required.
I would welcome the opportunity to schedule a free, no-obligation in-home visit with you and/or your loved one to provide you with additional information about how you or a loved one can benefit from our services. Although you may not require our services in the immediate future, you will at least be aware of the many different ways we can assist you or your loved one if the need arises. Please contact Jen Murray (774) 993-5004 for additional information.
Reliable student available to mow lawns on King Street. Reasonable rates (maximum charge is $40). Please contact me at email@example.com or at 781-789-1855. Let me help you make your summer more relaxing!
We're headed from Spring to Summer over the next couple of weeks and we are eager to let you know that Steve will teach every Wednesday in July and August.
We offer flexible scheduling during our 9-week Summer session so that you may conveniently schedule music lessons around vacations, camps and other fun activities .
If you want to learn how to play Guitar, Ukulele, Mandolin, Banjo or Harmonica, please submit your request at www.ivymusicacademy.com/Registration Or call us at 781-647-5390 <(781)%20647-5390>.
Our Summer Session begins on July 3rd, 2017.
This event, one of the Senior Center's most popular activities, will begin at 6:30 p.m. and will also include a variety of light appetizers to accompany the tastings. Non-alcoholic beverages will be available for spouses, partners, and friends who do not drink alcohol.
Do you have a friend, neighbor, or relative residing in Norfolk who has yet to visit the Senior Center? This event can also provide an ideal introduction to many of your fellow residents, the Senior Center, its facilities, its volunteers, and the many services available to all in the community.
For more information or to register for this event (or to receive a schedule of all Senior Center activities, call (508) 528-4430. The Norfolk Senior Center is located at 28 Medway Branch Road and is open Monday thru Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Norfolk Lions in conjunction with a number of local organizations are in the final planning stages for the 25th annual Norfolk Community Day to be held on June 3rd at the Holmes Complex on 22 Myrtle Street in Norfolk. Community Day events start at 11:00 AM.
Events at this year's Norfolk Community Day 25th anniversary celebration include a children's art contest, touch a DPW truck, Tom Antonellis' bird houses, golf ball drop 50/50 raffle and many new and old favorite amusements including the Sports Obstacle Course, Batter Up, High Striker, Wipe Out and Frozen bounce house. Plus, in the spirit of celebrating the 25th anniversary, there will be special giveaways, free raffles, a caricaturist and a scavenger hunt.
The black top entertainment will include a number of local groups who have participated for the last 24 years. And back by popular demand, we will be entertained by Mike Piazza and his Flying High Frisbee Dogs. Mike is the #1 professional K-9 frisbee performer in the world. He and his highly athletic dogs will perform a variety of frisbee and other entertaining tricks. This year's schedule of events is:
Come join the fun, food, and games that are all sponsored by various local groups. Many of our local organizations are selling goodies to raise funds and providing literature so we can all find out what's going on around town. It's a great day for everyone to get together and celebrate Norfolk.
Did you know that food pantry supplies are at their lowest during the summer months, especially toward the end of the summer? To help alleviate this problem, the Lions are running a food drive at Community Day. Some items that are currently needed are jelly, maple syrup, hamburger/tuna helper, mayonnaise, tooth paste and hand soap. Please help us to help others by bringing your donation to the Norfolk Lions booth at Community Day!
The Norfolk Lions could not undertake this fun event without the wide-spread assistance of all those who volunteer their funds, materials, and time. The Lions would like to thank the Norfolk Fire, Police and Highway Departments and the Norfolk Recreation Department for their ongoing support. We are also pleased to acknowledge our sponsors for this year's Community Day, as well as our annual sponsors. Community Day Sponsors: Carpentry by Tom Antonellis, Dover Trucking, Dedham Savings Bank, Elite Foods, Emmanuel Baptist Church, Federated Church of Norfolk, Foxboro Federal Savings Bank, Holmes Transportation, Minuteman Press of West Newton, Norfolk Community League, Norfolk Cultural Council, Rodman Ford, State Representative Shawn Dooley, Roche Brothers, Rocky's Auto Body, RJ Ross Funeral Home, Stop & Shop and Taylor Rental. Annual Sponsors: Berkshire Hathaway Page Realty, Bradbury Insurance Agency, George T. Cronin & Sons, Norfolk Auto Inc., 1776 Financial Services, Next Phase Legal LLC, Samet & Company and William Raveis Delta Realtors
The Lions are a non-profit organization known for working to end preventable blindness. Norfolk Lions participate in a vast variety of projects important to our community and proceeds of Community Day are donated back into local charities or to meet community needs. For more information regarding Community Day, you may check out the Norfolk Lions website www.norfolkmalions.org or call Ed M. at 508-528-9302 or Patti M. at 508-520-0540.
We will have a drop-in, walk-through format, and will kick off with a presentation by the Metropolitan Area Planning Council on the goal of the project and current state of economic activity in the town. Stop by any time for food, mingling, and interactive activities for all ages!
And don't forget to forward this on to your friends, family, and colleagues who live and work in Norfolk!
When: Thursday, May 25, 2017 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM EDT
Where: Norfolk Town Library, 139 Main Street, Norfolk
I just returned home for the summer from my freshman year at Syracuse University where I am double majoring in Photography and Psychology. I have experience babysitting, a car and clean driving record and good local references. I'm looking for a great kid or kids to share a fun summer with. I'd love to just hang out, do arts & crafts, go to the pool or beach, museums or anything else they love to do.
I have experience babysitting, a car and clean driving record and good local references. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org - Molly
How would you like a chance to win up to $1000 or $250 and support local charities at the same time? Buy one of the Norfolk Lion's charity golf balls for $10.00. This year up to 250 numbered golf balls will be sold and two prizes will be awarded.
Between 2:30 and 3:00 on Norfolk Community Day, all numbered balls will be placed in a container and dropped 40 feet from the top of the Norfolk Fire Dept ladder truck. The balls will fall onto a 100 foot circle painted on the grass with a pin in the center. The ball closest to the pin wins $1000 and the second closest ball wins $250. The remaining $1250 will be donated to Norfolk charities to be named at a later date.
In the unlikely event of a tie, the winnings will be split. The Norfolk Police Dept will monitor judging. You do not have to be present to win.
With only 250 balls sold, your odds of winning are fantastic, so hurry and get yours. The Norfolk Lions will be selling golf balls at the Norfolk Recycling/Transfer Station on Saturday, May 20 from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. They will also be on sale at Community Day, if not already sold out.
You must be 18 or older to participate. Norfolk Lions and their families are eligible to enter.
Norfolk Community Day 2017 will take place on Saturday, June 3, 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., at the Holmes family property, 22 Myrtle St., Norfolk. You can check out the Norfolk Lions website www.norfolkmalions.org for more information about Community Day 2017.
[Update 6/11 3:00pm: I gave away the piano - KH]
Leopold is the visionary conservationist whose essays ``A Sand County Almanac'' lay out his philosophy of how to live responsibly on the land. The film explores Aldo Leopold's life in the early part of the twentieth century and the many ways his concept of a ``land ethic'' continues to be applied all over the world today.
Doug Williams, director of Mass Audubon's Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary, commented ``I first read ``A Sand County Almanac'' when I was in my teens. At the time my interests led me to the woods, the lakes and streams near where I grew up. I was happiest when I was alone with the trees, the birds and fish without the distractions of friends and family.
``Through reading ``A Sand County Almanac'' I was reminded that people are a part of nature, that we are at once influenced by and conversely influence the natural world,'' Williams said. ``I reread ``A Sand County Almanac'' on a regular basis and am recharged, my spirit renewed, my love for the woods strengthened and my devotion to conserving the natural world for future generations reinvigorated. All life is miraculous and few authors convey that sentiment better than Aldo Leopold.''
Green Fire: Aldo Leopold and a Land Ethic for Our Time is a production of the Aldo Leopold Foundation, the US Forest Service, and the Center for Humans and Nature. Although probably best known as the author of A Sand County Almanac, Leopold is also renowned for his work as an educator, philosopher, forester, ecologist, and wilderness advocate.
Green Fire illustrates Leopold's continuing influence by exploring current projects that connect people and land at the local level. Viewers will meet urban children in Chicago learning about local foods and ecological restoration. They'll learn about ranchers in Arizona and New Mexico who maintain healthy landscapes by working on their own properties and with their neighbors, in cooperative community conservation efforts. They'll meet wildlife biologists who are bringing back threatened and endangered species, from cranes to Mexican wolves, to the landscapes where they once thrived. The Green Fire film portrays how Leopold's vision of a community that cares about both people and land--his call for a land ethic--ties all of these modern conservation stories together and offers inspiration and insight for the future.
Learn more about Aldo Leopold at www.aldoleopold.org. About the sponsors: Metacomet Land Trust, Inc. is a regional land conservation organization which serves 14 towns in Norfolk and Worcester counties. Metacomet preserves land for wildlife, passive recreation and works with partners to provide environmental education. www.MetacometLandTrust.org Mass Audubon's Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary sponsors both youth and adult environmental education and... Known for its extensive boardwalk system that goes through forest, fields, and wetlands, Stony Brook offers up-close views of wildlife above and under the water. Located adjacent to the 140-acre Bristol Blake State Reservation and cooperatively managed with the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR), this former 18th-century mill site now supports native wildlife. Mass Audubon is the largest member-supported environmental organization in the Bay State.
Please see here for a press release about the event, here for images.
Photo: Norfolk Girl Scout Grace Kelly Griffin introduces Jessica T. Donohue, PhD, Executive Vice President, Global Head of Performance & Analytics, State Street Global Services at Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts' 25th Annual Leading Women Awards ceremony in Boston on April 6. (Photo Credit: Randy H. Goodman)
Hosted by Action Together Western Norfolk County Sunday, April 30, 7 PM at Norfolk Public Library, 139 Main St, Norfolk, MA 02056 Norfolk residents are invited to learn about 40B Housing, its history in Massachusetts, and how it affects our town.
The discussion will be led by Jason Talerman, who has practiced municipal law for nearly two decades. He has experience working on matters pertaining to environmental law, land use, and affordable housing. As part of his practice, he has taken on many 40B projects around the state, including representing the town of Medfield in its recent 40B defeat.
On Saturday, March 25, more than 200 guests attended the Norfolk Community Gala at Lakeview Pavilion in Foxboro. The annual fundraiser resulted in $24,000 which will support local charitable organizations in Norfolk, Massachusetts.
At the event, Norfolk's Lisa Collentro was honored as Norfolk's 2017 Person the Year. Ms. Collentro has dedicated much of her time to Norfolk Baseball as a coach and board member and has assisted in organizing opening and closing day activities. She recently helped the local Boy Scout troop earn the Emergency Procedure merit badge, and helped with the ``Bubba Strong Open Golf Tournament,'' to support two members of the King Philip family being treated at the Mass General Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Unit. She also lends her support as a chaperone for school field trips and coordinates volunteer opportunities.
The Norfolk Community Gala was organized by the Norfolk Community League (NCL) which enhances the quality of life for Norfolk residents, to increase involvement in activities that better our community, and to strengthen community spirit. For more information on the NCL, visit www.norfolkcommunityleague.org.
Photos: Photo 1:Left to Right (Gala Co-Chair Kristy Burns, Norfolk Person of the Year Lisa Collentro, Gala Co-Chair Grisha Tagliente, NCL President Melissa Dugas) Photo 2: Giao Le, Adam Clough, Kim and Mike Simone, Mike and Amy Combs Photo 3: Jennifer Parr, Jamie Hogan, Peter and Brigette Bishop Photos by: Erich Karasko, Community Photography
On Saturday, March 4, 2017, the Norfolk Lions Club held their 10th Annual Chili-Fest at the Norfolk Grange. Each year, local area restaurants compete for Best Chili with community attendees tasting and judging chili prepared by each establishment. This year's winner, for the 4th year in a row, was Horse N' Carriage. The voting was close around all the participants, which included Eagle Brook Saloon, Commonwealth BBQ, Novatos Bar & Grill, James Breakfast & More and Twenty8 Bar & Grill. We thank all of our participants for their continued support and tremendous generosity in helping to make this fundraiser a success!
The contest was part of the Chili-Fest Hoe-Down, chaired by Danielle Rochefort, Kevin Roche and Lisa Roney, and included line dancing, raffles and auctions. Funds raised by the event are used for Lions charities as well as local organizations and individuals in need of assistance.
Lions Clubs International is the largest service club organization in the world. Our 1.4 million members perform valuable service in 210 countries and geographic areas around the globe. Lions are friends, family and neighbors who share a core belief: community is what we make it.
(The accompanying picture shows Mark Conley, Norfolk Lions Club President presenting the award to Vinnie Megna, Executive Chef at Horse N' Carriage.)
Due to a conflict with the King Philip High School Pops Concert event, the Norfolk Lions will be postponing its Young Performers Variety Show until November. New dates for auditions in the Fall and the new show date will be announced once confirmed.
Thank you for your understanding and please support the KP Music Program on Saturday, May 13!
Did you find the solution to your problem and if so, I would appreciate the information. Also, if I hear from the man from the Home Show, I could pass the information on to you if you are still looking for a solution..
* Board of HealthCandidates Night is sponsored and organized by the Norfolk Community League (NCL). For more information on the NCL, visit www.norfolkcommunityleague.org.
Ticketsare now available for The Un-Common Theatre Company's Spring production of LesMise'rables School Edition being presented at the Orpheum Theatre,Foxboro on April 7-9, 2017! Tickets may be purchased by calling (800)838-3006 or online at qwww.unco-lesmis.brownpapertickets.com
Winnerof over 100 international awards, Les Mise'rables is an epic tale of brokendreams, passion and redemption set against a nation in the throes of arevolution. This production features one of the most memorable scores ofall time and some of the most memorable characters to ever grace thestage.
Thetalented cast of 42 is guided by Director, Maggie Dowd (Sharon, MA) andMusic Director, Danielle Clougher (Canton, MA)
In nineteenth century France, Jean Valjean (Ben Reingold, Sharon, MA) is released from years of unjust imprisonment, but finds nothing in store for him but mistrust and mistreatment. He breaks his parole in hopes of starting a new life, initiating a lifelong struggle for redemption as he is relentlessly pursued by police inspector Javert (Nate April, Mansfield, MA), who refuses to believe that Valjean can change his ways. Finally, during the Paris student uprising of 1832, Javert must confront his ideals after Valjean spares his life and saves that of the student revolutionary who has captured the heartof Valjean's adopted daughter.
Photo 1 Cooper M. (9) of Norfolk is sure to catch some gold coins this St. Patrick's Day.
Photo 2 Lily (3) and Emma (8) P. of Norfolk, make traps to catch leprechauns with their mom, Kelly.
Photo 3 Riley A. (7), of Norfolk.
Photo credit Colleen O'Shea
Norfolk's Happy Feat Fundraiser will host its annual ladies' night out event on Friday, April 28 from 7 p.m. to midnight at Ambrosia (formerly Demetri's), Rte. 1, Foxboro. Enjoy a fun evening of music, dancing, and conversation with friends while raising money for a worthy cause.
Tickets are $50 ($60 after April 1) and include catered hors d'oeuvres, desserts, door prizes, drawings, auctions, and a DJ. There will also be a cash bar.
Tickets can be purchased through PayPal starting March 1. Use the address email@example.com when making the purchase. If buying more than one ticket, provide the names of guests in the "note section" of check-out. Tickets can also be purchased at the Norfolk Public Library on Tuesday, April 4 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. and Saturday April 8, from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Happy Feat Fundraiser, a 501c3 non-profit, was founded in 2010 and has donated over $50,000 to area charities. All proceeds from this year's fundraiser will go to Ovations for the Cure of Ovarian Cancer, a 501c3 organization in Framingham that educates women about the signs of ovarian cancer and provides meals and support for women already diagnosed with the disease.
For more information, contact the group at
Save the date! June may seem like a long way off, but the Norfolk Lions Community Day team is already planning this annual event.
This year's event resurrects the original ``Old Tyme Day'' theme from years past when times were a little slower and more affordable. Community Day 2017 will take place on Saturday, June 3, 2017 from 11:00 until 4:00. Once again the Holmes Family has graciously agreed to host the event at their property at 22 Myrtle Street, Norfolk.
This will be the Lions' 25th year bringing a day of family fun and entertainment so a Happy 25th Anniversary theme will also be a part of the day. The Lions' goal is to provide a country fair type environment including music, dancing, games, petting animals, hayrides, train rides, pie eating contest, foam for kids to play in, food and historical displays. This is an event for the entire Norfolk Community to come out, celebrate and get to know neighbors.
The Lions welcome your participation and invite any Norfolk business, organization, neighborhood or group to participate in Community Day. Groups and organizations (including corporations) can take part in a number of ways, whether by setting up a booth or tent, sponsoring an activity or entertainment, or simply by becoming a sponsor.
If you would like a booth, we do ask that you provide something in return. For example, if your company wants to have a booth, then you should have something to offer that will add to the fun such as a game or activity, or provide financial support that will be used towards other expenses. You can also sponsor an event or entertainment. We are flexible; just tell us what you have in mind.
Help make Norfolk Community Day 2017 one of the best and join the fun. You may contact the Norfolk Lions Club at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Ed M. @ 508-528-9302 or Patti M. @ 508-298-8695.
Do you have the music within you? Do you have movement? Want to let your comedic side out? Maybe you and a few friends get together on the weekends in your garage and have a jam session or maybe you put on a play in your living room? If so, you need to bring your talent to the stage!
The Norfolk Lions are pleased to announce that the 4th Young Performers Variety Show will be held on Saturday, May 13 at 6:00 PM. Again this year the show will take place at the First Universalist Society Meetinghouse, 262 Chestnut Street in Franklin. This location offers an intimate coffeehouse atmosphere along with an exceptional sound and lighting system.
The variety show is open to performers ages 8 to 18, from Norfolk and surrounding towns. First, second and third prizes of $250, $150 and $75 will be awarded at the end of the show.
Auditions will be held on Wednesday April 5 from 6:00 to 9:00 PM and Sunday April 9 from 4:00 to 9:00 PM at the Norfolk Public Library. Acts can be no longer than 5 minutes and no accompaniment will be provided, so auditioners must bring their own music (iPod, CD, etc.). To schedule an audition, please register at www.youngperformersvarietyshow.com or call Jonathan at 508-308-7974.
Tickets to the show are $8 for children and seniors (65 and over), and $15 for adults. To order tickets please visit www.youngperformersvarietyshow.com. All proceeds from this event will be used to benefit Norfolk Lions charities.
So if you are a singer, dancer, actor, instrumentalist, comedian, magician, gymnast, juggler or have any other hidden talent ~ start preparing your act now. We are looking forward to seeing you perform!
[Update 4/16 3:19pm: Youth Variety Show postponed til November due to a conflict with a KPHS Pops Concert - Wm.]
The Workshop will meet Tuesdays, April 4th-May 9th, 5:30pm-7:25pm in the Norfolk Public Library Schoolhouse Room. Please note: 2nd week's workshop will meet Wednesday, April 12th
Our workshop is open to seasoned writers, novices, and everyone in-between.
To register contact us at email@example.com. Space is limited.
Each gala year, the NCL asks local residents to nominate an individual who helps make our community a better place to live. Norfolk residents then vote on the finalists. This year the NCL received 12 nominees and more than 500 votes. The NCL thanks of the nominees and those who submitted nominations for this year's Norfolk Person of the Year.
Lisa will be honored at the Norfolk Community Gala which takes place at on March 25, at Lakeview Pavilion in Foxboro, Massachusetts. Tickets to attend the Norfolk Community Gala are on sale now through March 12, 2017 at www.norfolkgala.com. All are welcome to attend.
Date: Saturday, April 1 , 2017
Time: 9:00 11:00 A.M Place: Norfolk DPW Garage 33
Medway Branch Rd Fee: $15.00 per animal - cash only
Vet: Dr. Shelley Sandler, DVM
Previous rabies certificates must be presented in order to qualify for a three-year vaccination. All dogs must be leashed and cats must be confined to a carrier. Call the Norfolk Board of Health office at 508-528-7747 for more information.
I think a great addition to NorfolkNet website would be a place for residents to post items they are looking to give away and post items needed - similar to Free Cycle. We all have things that are just taking up space in our garages and closets. Better they be used and appreciated than end up in a landfill one day. It's a win/win. (hint to Webmaster).
He mistakenly placed an armful of burlap in the bin for cardboard and was yelled at by the attendants. They fished it out and told us to put it in bulk, which we did. One guy then charged us $5.00. Is there a listing anywhere of what things cost to dispose of. Doesn't make sense to pay $5.00 for a handful of burlap. It felt like a punitive surcharge against an elder man. He told us it wouldn't have been as much if we had not put it in the wrong bin in the first place. That was an honest mistake on my husbands part and I think it's out of line to penalize - have not a sign warning us of such a policy.
Has anyone else had issues with arbitrary fees at out transfer station?
Nothing's New Antiques & Uniques ~ 224 Dedham Street, Norfolk, MA(Rt 1A - just past the Horse N' Carriage restaurant
Anyone interested in joining our group may contact me Raphael M. at 508-528-7236 or email RaphaelMj@Hotmail.com.
March 8th and 9th at Uno's in Wrentham. Up to 20% of your check will the donated to the 6th Grade Promotion Funds.
Norfolk Historical Commission will be selling sweatshirts for $35 at the Library on February 23rd and 25th between the hours of 10:30 - 1:00--in case we run out we will be happy to put one on order for you. If you have any questions please feel free to email NHC@virtualnorfolk.org or leave a message at 508-528-2604.
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Cianciolo insists that the program is far from being just another lecture course and is designed "to take the stuffiness out of lifelong learning courses by combining the stimulation of a college workshop with the fun of a backyard barbecue." And it seems the recipe is cooking, the popularity of the program continues to grow with previous participants returning and signing-up for more.
Advance registration and payment is mandatory and registrants must commit to attending six of the eight sessions that will be meeting Thursdays from 1 to 2 p.m. The cost is $20.00 for all eight sessions and there's yet another highly unusual component of this exciting new program: those who attend all eight sessions will receive a full refund of the program fee!
For more information and to register, call 508-528-4430 or sign-up at the Senior Center front desk (payment will be due at that time). The first session is scheduled for March 9th with a March 3rd deadline for enrollment. Registrants are encouraged to sign-up early as space is limited.
To receive a full listing and schedule of all Senior Center activities, please call (508) 528-4430 or visit the Council on Aging site at http://bit.ly/XR2e2c The Norfolk Senior Center is located at 28 Medway Branch Road and is open Monday thru Friday from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Order forms are also available outside the Commission's room on the ground floor in Town Hall. This book will be a great way to begin celebration of Norfolk's upcoming Sesquicentennial ( 150th Birthday ) in 2020 and a compliment to the pictorial history of Norfolk that the Commission will publish for the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the incorporation of the Town of Norfolk.
We are new cafe and juice bar in town. Our mission is to offer our customers healthy, organic and delicious food, artisan coffee and pastries, and fresh-pressed juices and smoothies. Our emphasis is on providing wholesome products, made with freshest ingredients. We partner with many local farmers and purveyors to support our community's sustainability and strengthen local economy. Our food is made fresh to order and we do not use any trans fats, artificial ingredients, GMOs or any other additives or fillers.
We are located on Rt.115 in front of the River's Edge Active Adult Community at 65 Holbrook Street and are open Monday-Friday 7am-4pm and Saturday 8am-4pm.
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If you haven't had a chance to stop by, we're looking forward to meeting you soon.
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