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  • 4/12 8:12pm   Babysitter/Nanny Available for the Summer - I am a dependable, seasoned babysitter/nanny who has years of experience raising a family as well as babysitting. I currently work for two wonderful families helping with children ages 5 to 12 who do not need summer help. Responsibilities include: driving them to/from after school activities, homework help, making them dinner and having fun!! This summer, I am looking for 1, 2 or 3 days per week. Please feel free to email me at: lisa1213@earthlink.net. Thank you.
    - LS

  • 4/12 8:10pm   Does anyone have a recommendation for someone to re-surface a gunite pool and place new tile at the top?
    - JD

  • 4/12 8:08pm   Hello, My name is Kristina Landau and I am a Norfolk resident. I would like to offer no obligation consultations to residents. I do not push any product or company. I only give my professional knowledge of the industry and answer any questions they have. I am open to referring them to different companies if they would like a quote. Thank you. 508-613-5768 solarizeyourself@gmail.com
    - CG

  • 4/12 8:06pm   Looking for some help to clean my basement. Willing to pay students 10-15 hour for Saturday or Sunday work. Please call 508_528-1099. Thanks.
    - BBD

  • 4/12 8:05pm   BP Try Replays in Walpole. They sell used sports equipment. It's on corner of Rt 27 and 1A
    - BBD

  • 4/12 8:01pm   Good day! I am A friendly, licensed Electrician for over 11 years. Mac Electric is your residential Electrical Specialist. We are an electrical contracting company providing homeowners the best electric repair service in the South Shore area. We service South Shore, North Shore, Metro West, and everywhere in between with fast same day service. If you are looking for an electrician for your project, remember: big or small, Mac Electric does it all. Call Michael MacDougall 508-718-9266. Thank you!! Havea great day!!!
    - MM

  • 4/12 7:59pm   We are pleased to announce that we will be offering our downloadable online registration form on www.daretodreamsummer.com [link]. Please click on the registration tab or click on the link on our home page which will direct you to the downloadable forms. Please refer to the form of the grade that your child is currently attending. We will also be sending home registration forms from each school the week following April vacation. Please note that all registrations received after due date will be subject to $25.00 late fee. This is due to our tight schedule in planning, ordering busses, food and field trips etc...
    We look look forward to having you back with us in the summer of '16!! Also, please look for our updated video that will be posted on our website shortly!
    Officer Steve Plympton
    DARE to Dream Summer Day Program
    - SP, DARE

  • 4/12 7:58pm   I'm a local photography who's booking Mother's Day mini-sessions on April 16th for anyone who is interested. You can either call me at 508-404-7036 or email at Jennifer@jenniferomalleyphotography.com
    - JO

  • 4/12 7:56pm   Submissions Wanted* for the Eighth Annual Edition of *The Norfolk Quill!
    Norfolk's community literary journal is seeking submissions of poetry, fiction, and memoir for its eighth annual edition. Submissions are open to writers of all ages!
    Send your submission (3000 words or less) to: ReadMyLit@gmail.com
    Please include a short bio which will be printed in the journal if your submission is accepted for publication. Submissions must be received by April 25, 2016.
    - MB, Norfolk Quill

  • 4/12 7:55pm   Looking for a high school or college student to care for my 11yr and 13yr old this summer. Must have own vehicle and willing to transport and pick-up kids from activities. 2-5days from 9-5pm. Please call 617-593-3087 or email sameader@verizon.net
    - SM

  • 4/12 7:49pm   SADD Walk of Tears
    The annual SADD Walk of Tears in loving memory of Maura Howard, a graduate of King Philip Regional High School and Amy Callaghan of Franklin High School and both victims of drunk driving accidents, will take place Sunday, May 1, 2016 at Franklin High School.
    The walk is approximately 3 miles, and there will be refreshments and water available.
    Registration begins at 10:30 AM followed by the Ceremony and then the Walk will begin at 11 AM.
    The SADD Chapter uses the donations collected to fund scholarships at both King Philip and Franklin High Schools.
    This event has raised and distributed thousands of scholarship dollars to worthy SADD members at both high schools. Donations are accepted from anyone, with checks payable to Franklin or King Philip SADD Chapter*.* T-Shirts will be distributed to anyone who raises or donates$20.
    Please join the Walk against injuries and deaths caused by destructive decisions!
    Any questions, please contact Ms. Erin Nerlino, KP Chapter head at 508.384.1000 or email nerlinoe@kingphilip.org
    - TH

  • 4/12 7:47pm   KPMA A Cappella Night! Thu Apr 14 7pm at KP Middle School.
    - MC

  • 4/12 7:42pm   Stray dog on my deck; collar but didn't notice any tags. Priscilla ave near Cresson. Barked at us so did not approach.
    - MM

  • 4/12 7:40pm   To BP: Replays in Walpole Center is at the intersection of 1A & 27. They resell lots of used sporting equipment, as well as new equipment. They have many used baseball gloves, bats, and cleats.
    - SC

  • 4/12 7:39pm   I'm writing from a local painting company, of which many people have often recommended our services on this site. We are Houlihan's Painting, owned and operated by myself and my husband, Liam Houlihan. We consider ourselves a prestigious painting and home repairs company on that line. Only excepting first-rate and serious people to be painter's laborers, considering extent of experience, but will train. We are looking for first rate workers for a full time schedule.
    - GH

  • 4/12 7:37pm   To BF: Please feel free to correct me if I'm wrong but I've done some extensive research on the matter and it turns out any piece of land currently occupied by a house, subdivision, town building, retail establishment, industrial building, ball field or parking lot was once a "undeveloped plot of wooded land undisturbed for years" so unless you currently reside in a tree house, you too contribute to "undeveloped plot of wooded land undisturbed for years" being disturbed. Just saying.
    - CR

  • 4/12 7:36pm   Before anyone jumps on me, I am in no way against kids playing but do you suppose a small ranch which has been permitted 6 or so events throughout the year would create more traffic, noise, trash than let's say a football, baseball, soccer field would on a lovely summer weekend? How about a lawnmower, leaf blower, weed whacker? What about the landscapers who show up at 7:00am? Dog barking all day? Something to ponder, None of these other "venues" need to go through the trouble/ expense of obtaining an entertainment license as this ranch has. Some credit is due to the owner for doing things the right way so the land they own and pay taxes on can be used for their passion. It could be worse, it could turn into what all the other farms have, subdivisions, talk about disturbing the untouched woods. (I am in no way affiliated with the ranch or owners in case anyone was wondering)
    - CR

  • 4/12 7:33pm   The Norfolk Grange #135 invites all residents of Norfolk, especially the youth, to celebrate Earth Day by participating in Norfolk's 7th Annual Clean and Green Town-wide Cleanup on Sunday, May 1 as we clean the unsightly rubbish and litter along roadways and public places in our community. Once again the Grange has proudly partnered with Stony Brook and is joining in their celebration of Earth Day/Arbor Day that same day. The collection of litter and recyclables collected (in separate bags) during the morning and afternoon of May 1 are to be brought to the Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary at 108 North Street for disposal/recycling between Noon and 4 p.m. There we will celebrate our accomplishment with community photos, cute "green" giveaways and lots of earth-friendly information. The Norfolk Grange will also provide Volunteer Recognition Certificates to participants documenting their community service in this civic-minded event. Note, no registration is required; however, we do ask that you visit the "Clean and Green docs" section of the Norfolk Grange's Facebook page at www.facebook.com/norfolkgrange135 for important information regarding participation in this event.
    Drop off your litter early so you can enjoy various Earth Day/Arbor Day activities Stony Brook has to offer including timely demonstrations and information sharing, children's nature games and crafts, help plant a tree, and participate in a pruning demonstration. We hope you will join us on this very special day - free to all!
    Contact Robin B. of the Norfolk Grange at 508-740-2777 if you have any questions. Thanks!
    - RB

  • 4/12 7:32pm   In the coming town elections on May 3rd, I urge you to vote for the continuation of Jason Talerman as our very able Town Moderator. As a resident of Norfolk since the 1980s and a present member of its Council on Aging I have witnessed firsthand Mr. Talerman's dedication to this community and in so many crucially important ways. Not only has he served on a variety of town boards and committees over the years, his invaluable day-to-day experience and knowledge as an active land use and municipal attorney representing a variety of towns throughout the Commonwealth enables him to conduct our town meetings with an extraordinary expertise that includes a full commitment to community participation, the meticulous explanation and clarification of town meeting procedures for the benefit of all participants, and an adherence to the highest standards of proficiency possible. We are incredibly fortunate to have him as our Town Moderator. Please support him on May 3rd with your vote.
    - TM

  • 4/12 7:31pm   Norfolk Lions Community Day is June 4, 2016
    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 2016 will take place on Saturday, June 4, 2016 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' 24th year bringing a day of family fun and entertainment. 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 2016 one of the best and join the fun. You may contact the Norfolk Lions Club at norfolkcommunityday@gmail.com or call Ed M. @ 508-528-9302 or Patti M. @ 508-520-0540.
    - PS, Norfolk Lions

  • 4/12 7:30pm   The Selectmen should be commended for approving a local permit/license for barrel races, horse shows, and related performances during the summer. Norfolk has very little entertainment to offer when compared to almost every other local town. For once, this is something that will draw people here, which is good for the local businesses. Also, it is something today's generation of children will likely end up remembering fondly. If I was a young person again, this would sound like a blast. Realistically, the number of performances and hours will be regulated in a fair manner. I hope to bring the kids to the next public event!
    - CS

  • 4/12 7:29pm   Has anyone heard anything about the annual 5k at Dunkin Donuts? The website norfolkruns5k.org still shows last year's date. I'm wondering if they are having it this year?
    - DR

  • 4/12 7:28pm   KPMA Mulch Madness fundraiser!
    - MC

  • 4/12 7:25pm   [un-posted on request - Wm.]

  • 4/12 7:24pm   April School Vacation Camp, for grades K-5! Runs from 4/18/16-4/22/16... additional information is available online. www.luckyduckydaycare.com/#!april-camp-for-grades-k-5/c1w0i email: learn-with-us@luckyduckydaycare.com office: (508) 528-2626
    - YR, Lucky Ducky Daycare

  • 4/12 7:22pm   If anyone is looking for a cater, look no further. I just posted a spring menu, great for 1st communions/conformations that are coming up. Beck's Bistro Catering is a full service cater but also offer drop off and set up. When you come back to your house, everything will be ready. See becksbistrocatering.com for more details.
    - JB, Beck's Bistro Catering

  • 3/28 12:35am   BF(2)... It sounds as though you're a cheerleader for the Run and Gun Ranch either without knowing the facts or simply misrepresenting them.
    The ranch is a new endeavor and was not in operation prior to its current use about 2 years ago. Prior to that it was an undeveloped plot of wooded land undisturbed for years. Now, all the trees are gone with crowds and noise having replaced them. Homeowners that have lived in the area for years are now subject to that noise including gun shots, loud music and PA systems, dust and traffic that they hadn't signed up for when they bought their homes.
    It is not a ``cool annual event'' as you've stated. The Board of Selectmen has given an entertainment license for a number of shooting contests (with rain dates) and barrel racing dates. This in fact, represents many of the Sundays in the summer where neighbors have to endure the noise and associated issues with running these events. Cookouts, family events and simple quiet enjoyment of their properties now suffer.
    In fact in order to protect their rights and home values, sound engineers were hired who have reported noise far above the state and federal levels allowed.
    If it were an ``annual event'' I don't believe there would be such an issue for the neighbors.
    Unfortunately, it's not 200 years ago as you stated. Many people have spent their life savings to own the homes they used to enjoy in summers past. Imagine attempting to sell your house during one of these events? Not a big selling point. To them it isn't the romantic picture you paint in your miss-informed post but one of a nuisance planted in a formerly quiet residential neighborhood.
    - BF

  • 3/28 12:34am   Looking for teenagers to help with yard work in Norfolk. Call 617-980-9025 or mike@mmahoney.com
    - MM

  • 3/28 12:33am   For Sale - 2006 Honda Accord SE. Original owner, excellent used condition, 113k miles. Well maintained, asking $6500. please serious inquiries only! Contact shawdoe@verizon.net
    - TB

  • 3/28 12:31am   The King Philip Music Association is running a new fundraiser this Spring, Mulch Madness! We are selling bags of mulch to the Tri-town community.
    - JN, KPMA

  • 3/28 12:29am   Attention Norfolk Residents: Please be advised there will be a open ZBA meeting on Wed., March 30, 2016 at 7:30pm in room 214 at the Norfolk Town Hall to vote on a variance for construction of a 180 foot x 80 foot riding arena at Run and Gun Ranch, 123 Seekonk St. A second open meeting has been scheduled for Tues., April 12, 2016 at 7:30pm in room 124 at the Norfolk Town Hall for a Special Permit to construct a 4 foot x 6 foot free standing double sided sign to be placed in front of Run and Gun Ranch. The Board of Selectmen have made a ground-breaking decision to issue and Entertainment License to the ranch to hold Cowboy Mounted Shooting and Barrel Racing competitions. Competitors come as far away as Tennessee to compete. This ranch is on 6 acres and smack dab in the middle of a residential neighborhood. The discharge of Colt 45 Revolvers are part of the Cowboy Mounted Shooting competitions. The only residents aware of this activity are those within the immediate neighborhood. Please attend these upcoming open, public meetings to protect the peace, quiet and safety Norfolk is known for. Do we want our town to be known as the Rodeo Capital of Massachusetts?
    - KC

  • 3/28 12:26am   Moving Sale at 59 Fruit Street, Norfolk. Sat. April 2nd, 9:00 a.m. -2:00 p.m.
    Small and large furniture items, outdoor sporting gear, books, toys, tools...
    Everything must go!
    Open House on Sunday, April 3rd...
    - TC

  • 3/28 12:11am   Just saying. If you need house painting call Jake at 774-571-3826. GREAT job, steady hand... it was a pleasure watching him paint.
    - JW

  • 3/28 12:06am   Received this email --
    Does anyone know of a Russell D'Arcangelo living in Norfolk? I am trying to locate him for a college reunion.
    - Wm.

  • 3/28 12:01am   The Norfolk Board of Health is sponsoring a spring rabies clinic for dogs and cats of residents of Norfolk and surrounding towns. The clinic will be held on Saturday, April 2, 2016 from 9:00 - 11:00 A.M. at the Norfolk DPW Garage-33 Medway Branch Road. The cost is $15.00 (cash only) per animal and will be given by Dr. Shelley Sandler, D.V.M. 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. For more information, please contact the Norfolk Board of Health office at 508-528-7747.
    - BF, Norfolk Board of Health

  • 3/27 11:59pm   Babysitter/nanny available for the Summer
    I am a dependable, seasoned babysitter/nanny who has years of experience raising a family as well as babysitting. I currently work for two wonderful families helping with children ages 5 to 12 who do not need summer help. Responsibilities include: driving them to/from after school activities, homework help, making them dinner and having fun!! This summer, I am looking for 1, 2 or 3 days per week. Please feel free to email me at: lisa1213@earthlink.net. Thank you.
    - LS

  • 3/27 11:58pm   Norfolk Spring Clean Up Day is Saturday, April 23 from 2 to 4pm!
    Join friends and neighbors as we gather to spruce up Norfolk???s town properties including Town Hall, the Library, and the Public Safety building. Groups and children over the age of 7 are welcome. Please bring yard tools such as rakes, broom, leaf blower and gloves. Participants are invited to split and share their own sun-loving perennials for planting in front of the town buildings. The event is sponsored by the NCL in conjunction with the Town of Norfolk DPW-Highway Division.
    To sign up or for more information email Deb G. at debragursha@comcast.net or call 617-470-1180. (rain date of April 24)
    - DG

  • 3/27 11:57pm   The Norfolk Community League (NCL) is sponsoring its annual Candidates' Night on Tuesday, April 26. This event will be held at the Freeman Kennedy School Auditorium starting at 7pm. Candidates for town-wide office will be available to meet the public and participate in a Q&A forum. Refreshments and light snacks will be served. Contact Debra G. at hospitality@norfolkcommunityleague.org for more information.
    - DG, NCL

  • 3/27 11:56pm   The Organic Angel Wellness Shoppe reopens after a winter slumber on April 2nd. Please see our improved and updated webpage: www.theorganicangel.com. The new site features: Calendar of Events, Teachers Bios, Yoga Class Descriptions, Meditation Class Descriptions, Reiki Class Descriptions, Workshop Descriptions, Private Sessions, and People Helping People - Charity. May our enhanced site be helpful and informative. Visit us soon!
    - AC, The Organic Angel

  • 3/27 11:55pm   First Parish Medfield Giant INDOOR Yard Sale! Saturday April 9th 9:00Am to 1:00 PM Thank you,
    - CF

  • 3/27 11:54pm   Hi, does anyone know of a place that sells used sports equipment, specifically baseball gloves. Before investing a lot of money in a new glove, I thought it best to try a used one first. Thanks!
    - BP

  • 3/27 11:53pm   Local resident looking for side-work. Im 18 years old and work full time doing masonry and construction. I am very skilled and can do many "handy-man" jobs for cheap! Please text 5082982156 and ask! Thank you.
    - JB

  • 3/27 11:52pm   NCTV hosts FREE workshops every Tuesday night from 6:30pm - 8pm! Check out our topics below for April and visit our site at www.norfolkcable.com/classes to see more info and sign up.
    April 5 - Production Planning and Storyboarding
    April 12 - Photoshop Basics
    April 19 - Audio Editing
    April 26 - Creating Slideshows with iMovie
    - KW, NCTV

  • 3/27 11:44pm   Items for sale
    Item 1: Coffee/End table set (three pieces). Slate Top, solid oak construction. $250. Coffee table measures 49"l x 28"w x 19"h End tables measure 28"l x 28"w x 26''h
    Item 2: Mission Style Buffet $400 obo: Mission Style Buffet by Broyhill. This is a beautiful piece, Broyhill Oak Buffet, when moving it was dropped and broke corner of original top. Structurally the buffet is sound but corner on original top is broken, I had a custom Oak top built for the buffet; the new top needs to be stained, old top removed and new top attached to the piece. We never used the buffet so other than the top it is essentially new, drawers are felt lined and dove tailed. dimensions: 5'3" x 1'9" x 3'5"
    I paid $800 for the Buffet and $200 for the top; will let the whole piece go for $400...Moving again and need to sell it.
    Item 3: Freezer $125: White Westinghouse freezer, Chest Type, freezer basket included-nice space saver. 3.5'x2'x3' Great shape, works excellent. $125.
    Contact: rpoppenberger@hotmail.com; 719.671.8745
    - RP

  • 3/27 11:42pm   The Norfolk Grange #135 is holding its first Backyard Gardening Workshop, a four-part workshop series, the first taking place on Saturday, March 19 from 10am to 12pm at the Norfolk Grange, 28 Rockwood Road. All workshops are free and open to the public. Please see the attached press release for further details.
    - RB

    [Repost of 3/6 6:27pm with flyer attached - Wm.]

  • 3/27 2:12pm   Want to explore your inner Broadway star, opera diva, or pop idol?
    Ivy Music Academy is pleased to announce that along with the regular lessons, we are now providing a Musical Theatre Workshop taught by Ivy Voice/Piano Instructor, Elyssa Lata.
    In this workshop, we are doing full scenes from Broadway Musicals - which means acting, singing, and dancing. This will provide students with a safe, encouraging environment to express their creativity, improve their musical skills, and work in a group. Each student is guaranteed at least 2 solos and a duet. At the end of the semester, we will have a fully staged production (with stage makeup and costumes) to showcase the participating students` hard work.
    This program is available at 11:15 am and at 2pm on Saturdays for a period of 1 hour.
    Since it is a walk-in class you can pay at a visit. The fee for attending one class is $15.
    For more information please visit our Facebook page - Ivy Music Academy, where you can see videos from some of our classes. You can also email us at ivymusicacademy@gmail.com to call us at (781)-647-5390.
    We hope that you are as excited by this new opportunity as we are!
    - VS, Ivy Music Academy

  • 3/27 2:11pm   Hello PD - Thank you for climbing up on your soapbox about the litter around town! Adults need to be a good example, and younger ones should know better... especially after all the discussion about taking care of the environment. My neighbors enjoy the wooded areas in our neighborhood, but somehow that doesn't prevent them from dropping trash. Do they really think that no one notices who is doing it? Littering IS a violation of town code! Not to mention just plain rude and inconsiderate. So Dear Neighbors, get with the program and keep it clean!
    - MS

  • 3/27 2:10pm   Thank you for your civic pride and work, PD! I gather the cigarette butts, and empty packs, into a pile in front of my property for the careless smokers to see, and leave them there for a bit, before I throw them away. It does have an effect.
    - MJS

  • 3/9 6:35pm   The Norfolk Historical Commission is pleased to announce a scholarship opportunity for college juniors and seniors who are majoring in history related subjects. In order to be eligible, applicants must have been a resident of Norfolk, Massachusetts while attending Norfolk schools for a period of six years. At least two of those years must include attendance in Norfolk Elementary Schools. The remaining four years may include King Philip Middle and High Schools as well as Norfolk Elementary Schools. Applicants must currently be enrolled in an accredited academic institution, having successfully completed two years of a four year program and majoring in historical preservation or a related field of history. Additional information and scholarship applications are available online at virtualnorfolk.org and in the office of the Norfolk Town Clerk.
    - GT, Norfolk Historical Commission

  • 3/9 6:33pm   Mike Deloia from New England Floors does a great job refinishing hardwood floors. Mike can be reached at 508 478-2345.
    - MW

  • 3/9 6:32pm   KP World Clinic, free to the public
    - JN

  • 3/9 6:31pm   Spring is almost here and soon the walkers who don't like to brave the cold will emerge and shake off the rust of winter.
    I walk to the train each morning and really like the way it gets me ready for the day.
    Here's the thing...trash is piling up along the road sides and just inside the tree line everywhere I look.
    I've been known to bring a trash bag with me and pick up what I see along my usual route to the train and around my neighborhood.
    I encourage everyone to do the same. It sounds clich, but if everyone picked up there immediate area the difference would be significant.
    Don't be like those on the train platform this morning that stepped over a stack of used scratch tickets and empty nip bottles...the same ones who looked at me funny for picking them up.
    If you live in town, you pay dearly for the pleasure through your real estate taxes. I, for one, love living in a small town in the suburbs and don't want it to resemble some city street with trash everywhere I look.
    Give it some thought...walk down the train platform in the center of town and feel like you're in some big dirty city, then look at the design requirements for buildings in town and notice that we strive to create a cozy small town center.
    Help out the community and be a positive example for our children to follow...trash might not be the biggest issue in today's society, but I believe that routinely being exposed to it visually, eats away at your sense of pride in your town and encourages the ``no one else cares, why should I'' attitude.
    Stepping off of my soapbox
    - PD

  • 3/9 6:30pm   Hi Norfolk, Looking for a part-time babysitter for 1 to 2 nights a month as well as availability to meet my kindergartener at her bus on early release days!
    - JK

  • 3/9 6:29pm   Looking for teenagers to do yard work this spring and summer in Norfolk. Must be 16 and have own transportation. Call Jack at 508-981-0305
    - JO

  • 3/9 6:28pm   I am requesting recommendations for a carpenter to add hand railings, stabilize current hand railings. Thank you.
    - TRG

  • 3/9 6:27pm   The Norfolk Grange #135 is holding its first Backyard Gardening Workshop, a four-part workshop series, the first taking place on Saturday, March 19 from 10am to 12pm at the Norfolk Grange, 28 Rockwood Road. All workshops are free and open to the public. Please see the attached press release for further details.
    - RB

    [Update 3/27 11:42pm: attached flyer - Wm.]

  • 3/9 6:24pm   Camp Lucky Ducky Summer Program, for grades (K-5) will run from July 11- September 2, 2016. We offer full-day childcare M-F (7am-5:30pm) Additional information is available on our website: www.luckyduckydaycare.com/#!summer-camp/c36h The registration deadline is May 1st. E-MAIL: learn-with-us@luckyduckydaycare.com Office: (508)528-2626
    - YR, Lucky Ducky Daycare

  • 3/9 6:21pm   NCTV hosts FREE workshops every Tuesday night at 6:30pm! Check out our topics below for the rest of March and visit our site at www.norfolkcable.com/classes to see more info and sign up.
    March 8, 2016 Advanced Editing: Adobe Premiere Pro
    March 15, 2016 Studio Production pt. 1
    March 22, 2016 Studio Production pt. 2
    March 29, 2016 DSLR Basics (Photography and Video)
    - KW, NCTV

  • 3/9 6:20pm   ProvidenceBaptist Church is now broadcasting video sermons on NCTV. You can check out the latestsermons on the public channel (Verizon channel 41 or Comcast channel 8) onSundays at 9:30 a.m., Tuesdays at 5:00 p.m,, Fridays at 3:30 p.m,, and Saturdays at7:30 p.m. If you would like to join us for worship, we meet every Sunday morning at 10 a.m. at The Norfolk Grange, 28 Rockwood Rd (Route 115) in Norfolk. We hope to see you there!
    - TR

  • 3/9 6:19pm   I am currently in great need of some gently used First Communion dresses and suits for my girl scout Gold Award project. If anyone has either, or any accessories (veils, shoes), I have collection spots both at St. Jude's in Norfolk and St. Edward's in Medfield. The dresses and suits will be donated to St. Angela-Merici Parish in Mattapan for their First Communion in May. If you have any questions, email me at maggie.pickard@gmail.com
    - MP

  • 3/9 6:17pm   I only receive the Globe on Sundays and have not received one since Dec. 27th 2015.
    - RD

  • 2/27 3:13pm   The Un-Common Theatre Company is currently accepting applications for two $500 college scholarships.
    The first $500 scholarship will be awarded to a Mansfield High School 2016 graduate. This scholarship is offered each year in appreciation for the Town of Mansfield's support of The Un-Common Theatre Co in allowing use of their school facilities.
    The second $500 scholarship will be awarded to an Un-Common Theatre Company Alumni who will be graduating from high school in 2016. In order to qualify, the alumni must have participated in any aspect of an Un-Common Theatre Company production including acting, directing or technical assistance.
    The applicants for the 2016 scholarships must meet the following requirements: involvement in music or theatre 3 out of 4 years during their high school years, an interest in pursuing music or theatre in the future, and continuation of education at an accredited 2 or 4 year institution. The added requirement of past participation with Un-Common Theatre Company applies to the Alumni Scholarship.
    Applications are available at www.uncommontheatre.org - click on NEWS. The Mansfield High School Scholarship application is also available at the MHS guidance office. For additional information, please email uncommontheatre@verizon.net. In order to be considered, all applications must be returned by email or postmarked by April 15th. This year the Un-Common Theatre Company is celebrating our 36th year of teaching kids life skills through the professional theatre experience. Un-Common provides aspiring young actors, singers, musicians, and technicians, an opportunity to work under the guidance of theater professionals and perform in professional theater houses. We seek to develop children's confidence, self-esteem, teamwork and effective life skills in an environment in which creativity and appropriate risk-taking are encouraged.
    - ND, Un-Common Theatre Company

  • 2/27 3:11pm   The Friends of the Norfolk Public Library Book and Bake Sale Saturday, April 2 3 from 9am-3pm, Norfolk DPW Garage 33 Medway Branch Road
    Over 30,000 books in good to excellent condition will be offered with most priced at $.50 to $2.00. Friends Only Sale Friday, 4/22 from 6-9pm. A current 2016 membership is required or may be purchased at the door beginning at 5 pm. Membership and information is available at the Library or through The Friends link on the Library's website. The Saturday sale is open to all. For more information visit our website at www.norfolkbooksale.com. It's worth the trip to Norfolk; the small town with the very BIG book sale!
    - BB

  • 2/27 3:08pm  
    - MC

  • 2/27 3:07pm   Is there anyone in the town of Norfolk getting a home delivery of the globe? I have not received 1 paper since the change over to this incompetent bunch.
    - RC

  • 2/27 3:06pm   I need recommendations for someone to refinish a hardwood floor that is in my home. Thanks.
    - AP

  • 2/27 3:03pm   Girl Scout Troop 74741 will be hosting their 2nd Annual St. Patrick's Day Party at the Walpole Scout House.
    - NG

  • 2/27 2:57pm   Hop On Over to Norfolk's Easter Bunny Breakfast
    Norfolk's Annual Easter Bunny Breakfast will take place on Saturday, March 19, 2016 from 9 to 10:30am at Freeman-Kennedy Cafetorium at 70 Boardman Street. The event is perfect for children ages 0 to 10. Join fellow friends and neighbors for Stacy Lake Small Singers and Shakers, games, and of course a visit from the Easter Bunny.
    Tickets can be purchased through Member Planet at https://www.memberplanet.com/events/norfolkcommunityleague/easterbunnybreakfast
    Child member, $10
    Child non-member, $12
    Adult non-member, $1
    Adult members and children under 12 months are FREE
    No tickets will be sold at the door, and ticket sales will close out at 200 people or the day before the event.
    For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit NorfolkCommunityLeague.org.
    Photo of boys: Ben Smith (age 6) Easter Bunny and Nathan Smith (age 3). Other photos: Participants at last year's Easter Bunny Breakfast have fun singing and dancing.
    - CT

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    - JN

  • 2/27 2:52pm   The Norfolk Quill Free Writer's Workshop is scheduled to begin soon!
    The Workshop will meet Tuesdays, March 15 - April 19, 6:00pm-7:30pm in the Norfolk Public Library Schoolhouse Room. Our workshops are open to seasoned writers, novices, and everyone in-between. Space is limited so don't wait to register!
    To register, contact Margo Ball at readmylit@gmail.com
    - MB

  • 2/27 2:51pm   Looking for some recommendations on Piano Teachers in the Norfolk area. Thanks again,
    - PS

  • 2/27 2:50pm   PN - I have nothing but things to say about J.Hockman for septic services.
    - MG

  • 2/27 2:48pm   Wow... I did not know we (Norfolk) had such a cool annual event as Barrel Racing and Cowboy Riding/Rodeo gitty-up fun! I definitely like this and yes, even if it were in my own back yard. Such a neat, once per year function... Well ... I'm sure to check it out. Thank you Norfolk planners, in advance, should you continue to bless this rare opportunity so I and so many others might get to see and be part of this. I just wish my son were a young boy still; he would surely love this.
    Please residents close by to this remarkable show... Remember to ``Live and Let Live''. It's just one day of lots of good cheer and childhood dreams of the good-ol' west come alive; even for me a 50 something long time resident so do check this out, you might actually like it and, imagine how a child's creative mind will expand and elate over this and of the story's they will have to share, even years from now as ``grown-ups' just like us. And so, to all I say ah Yippie Ki-Yay and why not ; ) Let's keep this event as yet another way to show how diverse and unique a community we are. But for now, I'll settle for some newly inspired dreams of horses and barrels ... ropes, dust, hooting and ah-hollering just like 200 years ago ...
    Amazing indeed! Thank You!
    - BF (2)

  • 2/27 2:47pm   Looking for a recommendation for someone to plaster a small bathroom ceiling. 508-641-2906
    - TK

  • 2/27 2:45pm   Norfolk Lions ChiliFest-HoeDown
    What better way to beat the winter doldrums and warm the spirits than with some chili and square dancing? The Norfolk Lions Club is pleased to announce its first ever ChiliFest-HoeDown to be held on Saturday, March 5, 2016 from 7:00 to 11:00 PM. This event will take place at the newly renovated Norfolk Grange located at 28 Rockwood Road in Norfolk.
    Seven great area restaurants will compete for bragging rights to Best Chili of 2016. Last year's winner was Norfolk's own Horse N' Carriage!
    Live music will feature The Zeigler Brothers with Andy Grover on fiddle and caller Rich Sbardella for contra & line dancing. There will also be a cash bar, silent auction items, 50/50 raffles and more!
    Seating is limited, so advanced tickets are recommended. Tickets are $25 per adult and are on sale at Norfolk Auto (38 Main Street, Norfolk) or by calling Danielle Rochefort at 508-954-7690.
    All proceeds from this event will benefit Norfolk Lions charities. So put on your best cowboy/cowgirl gear and come on out for a FUN night!
    - PS, Norfolk Lions

  • 2/27 2:44pm   I am facilitating a new networking group for 50+ in Hopkinton. This program is being sponsored by a grant, via Mass Council on Aging and runs the 2nd and 4th Thursday's of the month at the Hopkinton Sr Center from 9am-12pm, the cost is $5. Residents of Mass 50+ years or older are eligible to attend.
    - DZ

  • 2/27 2:40pm   Got a note from a nearby nanny that may be of interest --
    Hi, My name is Francine. I have been a nanny for just about 20 years and am currently seeking a long term full time position. I have experience with children of all ages and would love to stay in the area!

    I have been employed by five families over those twenty years, two of them being long term, five years each and could provide excellent references upon request as I have stayed in very close contact with all of my former employers and their children! If you think you may be interested I would love to hear from you! Thank you for your time and have a great day! sfrancine222@yahoo.com

    - FS

  • 2/27 2:39pm   Recommend a great plumber Scott Andrews and you can reach him at 1 (508) 494-7305
    - EMG

  • 2/13 8:19pm   The Norfolk Lions Club will be awarding four $1000 college scholarships to high school seniors who are residents of Norfolk. The students may attend public or private schools or be home schooled.
    The scholarships will be awarded to candidates who have been actively involved in community service activities, as well as academic performance and other extracurricular activities.
    Scholarship applications can be obtained by downloading the form from www.norfolklionsscholarship.com. They also can be obtained from the guidance office at King Philp Regional High School.
    Completed applications with supporting documents must be emailed to the Norfolk Lions Scholarship Selection Committee at norfolklionssc@gmail.com. Submission due date is March 31, 2016.
    Any questions can be emailed to the scholarship committee at norfolklionssc@gmail.com.
    - JG

  • 2/13 8:16pm   Garden Club of Norfolk March meeting
    - MN

  • 2/13 8:14pm   In the near future, I will be replacing my septic system and looking for any recommendations on companies that other folks in town have used. Any information would be appreciated. Thank you in advance.
    - PN

  • 2/13 8:12pm   NCL Community Assistance Grants
    The Norfolk Community League is currently accepting applications for Community Assistance Grants. Community groups, clubs, services, schools and other organizations in the Town of Norfolk seeking monetary donations are encouraged to apply. Funds will reach awarded organizations in April 2016.
    Visit www.NorfolkCommunityLeague.org to access the request form.
    The application deadline is March 15, 2016.
    The Norfolk Community League is a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing quality-of-life for Norfolk residents and strengthening community spirit by organizing social, family-based, fundraising, and charitable activities. Membership is a key component to making this happen. NCL Members enjoy access to groups and clubs as a way to meet people in town and make new friends. Membership dues help us plan events that are fun for members and the community. They are also important for our fundraising efforts that raise money we distribute to organizations like Norfolk Public and King Philip Schools, and the Norfolk Fire Department.
    To learn more about NCL or to become a member, go to www.NorfolkCommunityLeague.org.
    Email Melissa Dugas, NCL president, at president@norfolkcommunityleague.org with any questions.
    - CT

  • 2/13 8:10pm   Attention Norfolk Residents - Do Norfolk Residents want to allow Entertainment Shooting and Rodeo-Like Events in a Residential Neighborhood?
    Please attent the Board of Selectmen's meeting on Tuesday, February 16th at 7pm at the Norfolk Town Hall.
    - KK

  • 2/13 8:04pm   The Norfolk Community League will open its spring 2016 Disbursement process on February 1st. Applications for monetary assistance are currently being accepted. Community groups, clubs, services, schools and other organizations in the Town of Norfolk are encouraged to apply. Funds will reach awarded organizations in April 2016.
    Visit www.NorfolkCommunityLeague.org to access the request form.
    The application deadline is March 15, 2016.
    The Norfolk Community League is a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing quality-of-life for Norfolk residents and strengthening community spirit by organizing social, family-based, fundraising, and charitable activities. Membership is a key component to making this happen. NCL Members enjoy access to groups and clubs as a way to meet people in town and make new friends. Membership dues help us plan events that are fun for members and the community. They are also important for our fundraising efforts that raise money we distribute to organizations like Norfolk Public and King Philip Schools, and the Norfolk Fire Deptartment.
    To learn more about NCL or to become a member, go to . Email Melissa Dugas, NCL president, at president@norfolkcommunityleague.org with any questions.
    - MK

  • 2/13 8:02pm   Great deals on popular brand name teen girl clothing! Pink, Abercrombie, Hollister, AEO and more! Sizes X-Small to Large, tops, jeans, shorts, accessories! Please contact me through Norfolknet if interested. [Use box531@norfolknet.com - Wm.]
    - CP

  • 2/13 7:53pm   Need recommendation(s) for tree removal from roof. Thanks.
    - NR

  • 2/13 7:52pm   Hi KB, my name is Edilaine. I have opening on my schedule, if you still needing a house cleaner please call me 774.291.1887, or email edilaine_lopes@hotmail.com. I have been cleaning houses for 8 years, also have Norfolk residents that can give you references about me. Thanks
    - EL

    [Update 2/14 11:20am: fixed typo in email address - Wm.]

  • 2/13 7:51pm   In search of a plumber. Any recommendations would be appreciated! Thank you.
    - MMB

  • 2/13 7:49pm   Looking for a Spanish tutor to assist with Spanish III (high school level).
    - JH

  • 2/13 7:46pm   Hello, I have worked in Norfolk for the past three years serving the community as a Barber cutting men's hair. During this time I made some solid bonds with the people of Norfolk both young and old. As a Barber my 'clients' I consider more as friends and for that reason I would like to continue our friendship. As life goes along change happens and people you are used to connecting with regularly move around, and such is the case with me. This tall fella has moved to Gus n Donnas Barbershop in Norwood 877 Washington Street. My phone # is (617)861-5769 feel free to call and reconnect.
    Thanks,
    Sean Somers, Master Barber
    - SS

  • 2/13 12:40am   SC Norfolk Outdoor Spring Soccer Registration is open until Wednesday, February 10, 2016.
    Registrations completed after February 10, 2016 will be placed on a waitlist and, if accepted, will incur a $30 late fee. Registrations will only be accepted if all outstanding fees to the Club have been paid. Every NEW player will be required to purchase a `new' SC Norfolk Uniform during registration. If you have purchased a uniform since the fall 2012 season then you do NOT need to purchase a new uniform, if it still fits your child.
    Register online by going to our website scnorfolk.com and selecting the "Online Registration" link from the "Quick Links" menu on the left side of the page. This link will take you to the scnorfolk.com registration page where registration instructions are provided, as well as a link to the AdminSports site that handles registrations and payments. This is the only method for registration. Online payments may be made using a credit or debit card. ***Please note that we do not accept payment by check***
    The cost for Spring registration is $125.00. The purchase of a uniform is also required, unless you already have a "current" uniform. Older uniform versions are not acceptable. If you volunteer to be a "Head Coach", you already have, or receive your `F' coaching license during the current season, and you are assigned the "Head Coach" role for your child's team for the entire season, your child's program fee will be refunded at the end of the season (only one program fee per family will be refunded for each Head Coach).
    Eligibility is open to all children living in Norfolk (or with a parent living in Norfolk) who are currently in grades three through six. The requirement to be at least in grade three is a rule implemented by Boston Area Youth Soccer League (BAYS), which is the league in which we play. "The Boston Area Youth Soccer League (BAYS) prohibits U8 and younger players to play on a BAYS team unless they are in the 3rd Grade. This Policy was effective starting with the Fall 2012 season. U8 players in the third grade will need a waiver to play."
    Team rosters for the Outdoor Spring 2016 season will be e-mailed out prior to the start of the season. The weekly games are played on Saturdays and will run from April 9 through June 11 (10 games). There will be 2 practices per week.
    As this is travel soccer and is considered competitive play, attendance at all practices and games is expected. Rosters are formulated and teams are competitively placed with the expectation that those players that are on the roster will be at the games and practices. Especially in the 6v6 games for U10 and under players, a single player can have a significant influence on where a team is placed to achieve an appropriate level of competition.
    Game schedules are set by BAYS. Currently, this is the current Saturday game schedule, but this is subject to change:
    Girls U9 and U12 10:30 AM
    Girls U10 and U11 11:45 AM
    Boys U10 and U11 1:00 PM
    Boys U9 and U12 2:30 PM
    Practices are determined by each coach. The practice slots at the Pond Street Fields available to SC Norfolk, as provided by Norfolk Recreation, are currently:
    Monday: 4:00 - 5:30 or 5:30 - 7:00
    Wednesday: 4:00 - 5:30 or 5:30 - 7:00
    Thursday: 4:00 - 5:30 or 5:30 - 7:00
    For more information on SC Norfolk Travel Soccer, please check our website at www.scnorfolk.com, or contact any member of the SC Norfolk Board of Directors. Contact information for Board of Directors members is available on the "About S.C. Norfolk" page on the website.
    Thank you,
    S.C. Norfolk Soccer Board of Directors
    - CM

  • 1/28 12:15am   Norfolk Lions Youth Soccer registration --
    - CD

  • 1/28 12:12am   Walkers Wanted for the Norfolk, Walpole and Medfield areas!
    Local pet care business based in Norfolk is busy, busy, busy! We've had some fabulous new people join our team in the last few months, but we could use more! Especially right in Norfolk and nearby Medfield and Walpole. Looking for a change in your current lifestyle or work situation? Come on board!
    We are always interested in finding caring, qualified dog walkers and pet sitters to add to our team so if you or someone you know is interested in joining our team, please send them our way.
    Must be available each day, Mon-Fri 11 am - 2 pm. To apply, please email cover letter and resume to us at general0308@outlook.com
    - AW

  • 1/28 12:07am   Hi, I'm selling a Bowflex Revolution. Has not been used in 3 years. I'm asking $1,000 for it. You will need to pick it up and need either a pickup truck or trailer and a friend or 2. Looks like this one, [image link] but dustier. If interested to see it, please email me at bp4402@hotmail.com and put "bowflex" in the subject line.
    - BP

  • 1/28 12:06am   Walk With Me! Dog walking & more!
    Experienced pet professional in Norfolk will provide your pet with companionship or a potty break while you are away. I can also provide an array of other pet services for you from nail clipping or grinding to a bath and trim.
    Please call for a free in home evaluation! Bonded & insured 774~571~9082
    - VG

  • 1/28 12:03am   The Norfolk Community Preservation Committee is hosting a public hearing on Wednesday, February 3, 2016 at 7:30 PM at Town Hall in order to receive public input on Norfolk's draft updated Open Space and Recreation Plan (OSRP). The plan includes among its primary elements a statement of goals and objectives, an environmental inventory and analysis, an inventory of existing and potential conservation and recreation lands and an action plan to implement the goals and objectives.
    Completing an OSRP that gains approval from the Massachusetts Division of Conservation Services (DCS) provides two primary benefits:
    (1) It provides a document to guide future Town decisions pertaining to open space and recreation, and
    (2) It makes the Town eligible for grants that can be used to purchase open space and develop recreation facilities.
    The last DCS-approved OSRP for Norfolk was prepared in 1996. That plan resulted in a state grant that helped purchase the Lind Farm Conservation Land.
    Public participation is a key component of preparing a plan. Town boards and committees will also have an opportunity for input, but the forum is an opportunity for all residents to comment on any aspect of the draft plan as well as to present their ideas about future efforts to meet open space and recreation needs in Norfolk.
    - CA, Norfolk CPC

  • 1/27 11:42pm   LS - We don't specifically know Asus tablets but we're happy to help with technology questions! If you want to pick a time to come by, we'd be happy to take a look and see if we can help you get up and running. All of our contact info is on our website at www.norfolkcable.com/contact.
    - KW, NTCV

  • 1/27 11:22pm   Looking for someone to plow during large storms. Please call Eric at 860-965-7820.
    - EZ

  • 1/27 11:21pm   Seasoned Fire Wood For sale!!! $400 a cord delivered. Smaller loads also available. Please call or email 828-318-3581; jbeckerhoffman@gmail.com
    - JH

  • 1/27 11:18pm   I have some questions about the proposed debt exclusion of a new public safety building. After reading the vote announcement I am concerned about the substantial tax increase we will all face.
    How many debt exclusions are we currently paying for?
    When do the current debt exclusions end?
    How are we going to pay for maintenance on a new building?
    Obviously there was not much effort put into maintaining the current facility. I am sure there are plenty of homes in the town that were built on or before 1966 that are in perfectly good condition.
    - MG

  • 1/27 11:15pm   Standing room only. Also the State D.E.P. ran out of fact packets for Kingsbury Pond (Miller St) area residents as they find out again that Franklin is knowingly, documented as drawing down pond level to lethan lows with operation of well #4 Miller St. Residents have been ignored and snubbed in the name of cheap drinking water there and battling quietly since 1964. Picture: packed room 1 day after Obama said "be active, be vocal" duing final State of the Union speach.
    - MN

  • 1/27 11:09pm   Blood Drive Scheduled in Norfolk
    A Red Cross Blood Drive will be held at the Federated Church of Norfolk on Saturday, February 13, 2016 from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. The church is located at 1 Union Street, in the center of Norfolk, across from the Town Common. Ample parking is located behind the church. To make an appointment or to receive further information, please call 1-800-RED-CROSS.
    - LD

  • 1/20 6:01pm   Dear owner, your remote controller is not safe. I am mad at you and have been so since the yard became cold for a consitant and protracted time: roughly since Christmas. I also am suspecting that you are actively ignoring my irritated mood with a new tactic of: looking mostly at your screens, both lap held and the big one on the wall.
    My recent campaign of waiting till u leave the room and then shi**ing in the corner because that infuriates you and I laugh inside because you get so animated and it reminds me of fetch and chasing tails, has failed to produce an admission by you that I am unhappy.
    Consider today's mauling of your magical "screen-turning-on" device as a WARNING bcause I have tasted it and carried it around and I'm now pretty confident I could eat its brain out if I don't get scared when the batteries roll out like last time.
    If you want to make me happy: turn up the thermostat on the outside yard, because it looks warm enough from inside, but you trick me every day and boot me out when I hesitate at the chilly doorway.
    - Your former friend Sparky.
    - MN

  • 1/20 5:59pm   "I'll Do That" - Handyman Services. General home maintenance and repair services provided with tender loving care. Carpentry, flooring, painting/papering, custom closet/storage units, faucet/toilet and window/door repairs. I'll handle your "To Do" List. In Norfolk, call/text Mark Walsh at 617-899-5429
    - MW

  • 1/20 5:58pm   The Norfolk Cultural Council will be sponsoring a Juried Art Competition (``Norfolk Open Invitational'') to be held at the Norfolk Public Library, 139 Main Street, Norfolk, MA 02056. The exhibition will run from March 28th to April 30th 2016; a reception with the awards, art, music and refreshments will be held on April 9th from 5-7PM in the Community Hall of the Library. The competition is open to all artists; cash awards will be presented for the top ten pieces of art. A non-refundable entry fee of ($20 for one entry, $30 for a maximum of two entries) made payable to the Norfolk Cultural Council is required to be considered for the juried competition. Previous artwork from our 2014 juried competition cannot be resubmitted. Applications may be sent and accepted with the payment (check or money order) from February 1st through and including February 29th. Artists will be notified of their accepted artwork for the juried competition by March 19th via email or phone. Further information and an application can be requested by visiting the council web site at www.virtualnorfolk.org and go to Boards & Committees.
    - RT

  • 1/20 5:56pm   Does anyone know of an individual/company who can get me up and running on my new Asus tablet? I haven't found a tutorial on line that makes sense to me. Thanks.
    - LS

  • 1/20 5:54pm   Hi, if you need a house cleaner for this new year call me for a quote, I have been cleaning for families in Norfolk for a long time. Call or text 7742911887. Thanks
    - EL

    [This message arrived immediately after the one below; coincidence? - Wm.]

  • 1/20 5:53pm   Looking for a bi-weekly house cleaner. Thank you.
    - KB

  • 1/20 5:51pm   LH... really!
    - DL

  • 1/20 5:47pm   Hi Looking for small 1 or 2 bedroom house / or apartment. I am hardworking responsible adult willing to perform any type of repairs for trade in rent or just pay rent. Not looking for anything fancy have 1 dog and cat. Have 2 teenage daughters that stay with me on weekends that have ties to Norfolk. I own small business in Franklin. Desparatley seeking any type of housing in this area. Please call, text or email 508-944-1375 mhp2513@gmail.com
    - MP

  • 1/20 5:46pm   Hello Norfolk,
    Norfolk Pest & Wildlife is a new local business serving the town of Norfolk and surrounding areas. We are committed to offering a full spectrum of pest and wildlife services for your home or business. Fair prices, quality service, and state of the art equipment and techniques ensure you get the results you want in a timely manner. We are fully licensed and insured and ready to serve at your convenience. Please give me a call or send me an e-mail to schedule a free inspection. Mention Norfolknet and get 10% of your initial service Norfolkpw@gmail.com. 508-596-5352
    - Phil Howell, owner, Norfolk Pest & Wildlife

  • 1/20 5:43pm   Performance at Onset School of Music Wakefield, MA After School Guitar lessons
    I am a senior at King Philip High School and self-taught guitar player. Once I had taught myself guitar for a year to learn the basics I took lessons in order to take my playing to the next level. I know how costly guitar lessons can be, especially when you just want to start playing. I am now giving lessons to those who show an interest in learning how to play guitar. It is a great way to start learning guitar in the comfort of your own home. I suggest owning your own guitar but if needed I can provide a quality guitar to get started.
    Guitar lessons for beginners - Private guitar lesson in your own home 45 Minute lesson $35 Great way to start learning guitar! Todd B. 508-930-4142 toddbushway@gmail.com
    - TB

  • 1/20 5:42pm   Hello Norfolknet,
    We are Cilla's Coffeehouse located at 5 Liberty Lane. We opened in June, and are looking to spread the word about our business! We offer specialty drinks such as; cappuccinos, latte's, numerous flavored coffees, loose leaf teas, raspberry lime ricky's, shirley temples, frappuccinos, and our number one seller 'cold brewed coffee. We also have signature pastries, breakfast burritos, breakfast sandwiches made with 'real eggs and bacon" topped off with freshly baked croissants and bagels. Our sandwich meats come from Dietz and Watson. We offer two Hale and Hardy soups a day. We are currently working on expanding our salad menu.
    Cilla's also caters and hosts private events. If you are looking to have a venue outside of your home, we have the perfect setting to do so.
    Cilla's has a full liquor license. We are slowly looking to expand our hours into the evening with a full bar menu. We will let customers know when this will happen with signage and through social media.
    With the weather getting colder, Cilla's is a great meeting spot! We have a cozy fireplace, we feature a different local artist each month and have a friendly and great staff to assist you!!
    We want to get the word out to local businesses and residents that we are here. We have daily specials. If you are interested in receiving our daily specials via email, please send us a quick email at cillascoffeehouse@gmail.com and we will add you to our list.
    We look forward to serving you and hope that everyone will help us get the word out!
    Thank you,
    - MaryEllen Blue (Cillas Owner)

  • 1/5/2015 9:29pm   Wanted Apartment, Immediate occupancy. Need a 2 BR apartment which will allow our dog and cats. Please call or text Sue at 508 507 1811
    - DG

  • 1/5/2015 9:20pm   The Un-Common Theatre Company is thrilled to announce auditions for the East Coast Premiere of "School of Rock" on Sunday, January 10th, 2016, from 11:00am to 2:00pm. The production will feature a cast of 6th through 12th graders and will be performed April 8-10, 2016. This production will be lead by the creative team of Director Maggie Dowd (Brighton, MA) and Music Director Danielle Clougher (Canton, MA).
    "School of Rock" is a brand new, high-energy musical with an unforgettable rock score from Tony Award-winning composer Andrew Lloyd Webber. Based on the famous Paramount film written by Mike White, which starred Jack Black, the musical follows Dewey Finn, a failed, wannabe rock star who decides to earn a few extra bucks by posing as a substitute teacher at a prestigious prep school. Completely disinterested in academic work, Dewey decides to create his own curriculum, turning his class into a guitar-shredding, bass-slapping, mind-blowing rock band. With 14 new songs "School of Rock" also includes all of the original songs from the movie. This production features a sensational on-stage kids' rock band and is a loving testimony to the transforming power of music. May the spirit of rock be with you!
    Schedule your audition today and be a part of bringing this brand new musical to the East Coast Community Theatre stage for the very first time!
    Auditions will be held at the Orpheum Theater in Foxboro, MA for students in Grades 6 through 12 on Sunday, January 10, from 11:00am to 2:00pm BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Callbacks will be held at 3:00pm. All roles are available. To make an appointment, email uncommontheatre@verizon.net. Please provide your name, grade, age, e-mail address and telephone number. A representative from The Un-Common Theatre Company will contact you with an appointment time and more information. For more information about audition requirements, please check the website at www.uncommontheatre.org
    - ND, Un-Common Theatre Company

  • 1/5/2015 9:19pm   The Norfolk Republican Town Committee is very pleased to present Jessica Vaughan, noted immigration policy expert who appears on both CNN and Fox News, to speak at Town Hall on January 14th in room 214 (Selectmen's Room) at 7 PM. The event will open with a brief reception. All are welcome.
    - AB-G

  • 1/5/2015 9:17pm   Do you need a kind and reliable babysitter with lots of child-related experience? I am a 17-year-old living in Norfolk and am also a senior at King Philip HS in Wrentham, and am currently looking to make some extra money before I go off to college in the fall. I have babysat several different children before and have worked with children aged 4-10 at Stony Brook over the summer, and I also took the 4H babysitting course back in middle school. Let me know if you're interested: I can be reached at elizabethc0598@gmail.com. Thank you!
    - EC

  • 1/5/2015 9:15pm   Administrative/Marketing Assistant
    Small marketing business is in need of administrative and marketing assistance. Excellent customer service, and immediate responsiveness is critical. Ideal candidate has project management experience and is capable of working professionally with long-term clients and vendors on a regular basis as turnaround times are extraordinarily fast. While there is flexibility in the position, having availability during regular business hours is important.
    Presently, I'm looking for someone who can work from 15-20 hours per week a few hours each day (Mon-Fri). You would be working from your own home so having a PC, email and internet is required. However, you would be required to travel in and around Norfolk and surrounding areas to do errands and/or attend meetings. Looking for someone who is interested in a long-term, permanent position.
    To apply for the position and/or obtain additional information, please email angela@amw-marketing.com
    - AW

  • 1/5/2015 9:09pm   Dog Walkers Needed for Norfolk/Medfield/Franklin Area! Gas Allowance!
    Attention Norfolk, Medfield, Franklin residents!! Do you love animals and enjoy the outdoors? Leashrly Life, a growing pet care service is looking for qualified dog walkers/pet sitters to add to our staff. Candidates must be reliable, responsible, trustworthy, punctual, conscientious, and friendly. Prior experience with dogs (personal and/or professional) a plus. Individuals must feel comfortable with all types of breeds and temperaments and must be willing to work in all types of weather.
    Requirements:
    - Must possess a valid Massachusetts drivers license, have a car, and the ability to read maps.
    - has a smart phone with texting capabilities.
    - is available weekdays during normal office hours; weekend work may also be required.
    - able to service the Walpole, Medfield, Franklin, Norfolk, Wrentham, Foxboro, and Millis areas
    - willing to travel to local surrounding communities
    - having the ability to take pets into your own home for overnight care is a plus
    Walkers will earn money for each pet visit, along with a gas allowance for travel. Some of our walkers/sitters earn over $1,500 per month with a very flexible, part-time schedule. If you are interested in a long-term, part-time position with a growing business, please contact us.
    To apply for this position, please email us with a resume and cover letter briefly explaining why you would make a good candidate. [Email lisaro@leashrlylife.com]
    Great for those looking for Mother's Hours. Serious candidates only, please. This is NOT a temporary position.
    - LR

  • 1/5/2015 9:06pm   I just moved to Norfolk. I was wondering if the Boy Scouts pick up Christmas trees, or does the town of Norfolk take care of it? Thank you.
    - MR

  • 1/5/2015 9:00pm   It's that time of year again.....time to get ready to move the white stuff around. Do you know anyone in town who would plow my driveway on an as-needed, no contract basis..?? I'm easily located off of Rt. 115 and would like to be able to call 24-hours in advance for plowing. Click box530@norfolknet.com to contact me. Thanks.
    - RP

  • 1/5/2015 9:00pm   Please excuse me, but I have to vent for a minute here. My daughter is a middle school student at KPMS. She is very responsible and studious, and her grades definitely reflect her efforts. I am SO proud of her! I have a huge problem though. She is so inundated with homework and studying, that she chooses NOT take extra dance classes, or, as of today, attend a much looked forward to dance Christmas party, because she is so concerned with meeting her school responsibilities. The amount of homework she has is disgusting, not only tonight, but most other nights as well. It is nearly impossible for her to have a friend come over after school too. She rarely says a word about her school obligations, and goes straight to her homework as soon as she comes home...for HOURS. She has NO TIME to do anything else. She has cut back the number of days she takes dance classes (her favorite thing), because of the amount of homework she gets. Not only does homework upset the quality of our home/family time, but it is also upsetting the extracurricular activities that she should be a part of. Why on Earth is anyone wondering why we have issues with childhood obesity, anxiety, and depression?? Thankfully, my daughter does not suffer from these things (thus far), but it is so clear to me why so many children do. I am angry, it's true. I do not mean to judge every KPMS teacher at all, because (I hope!) many of them are very good at recognizing that KIDS SHOULD BE KIDS. But, as a whole, shame on you KPMS school system. Shame on you. How many of you start your day at 7:30 am and finish it at 9:00ish, if you're lucky? Not many, I'm sure. Check with the children. I'm sure most of them do! Signed, Aggravated Mom.
    - LH

  • 1/5/2015 8:58pm   My family and I, in partnership with Brigham and Women's Hospital, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, and Children's Hospital Boston are hosting a Blood Drive, in memory of my father Gray Mirliss on Jan. 9th, 2016 at the King Philip Middle School, 18 King St., Norfolk, MA 02056 from 8:00am ~ 3:00pm.
    Please plan to join us for the 12th Annual Gary Mirliss Memorial Blood Drive In participation with Brigham, Women's Hospital and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, and Children's Hospital Boston
    What better way to end the holiday season than by donating blood
    Date: Saturday, January 9, 2016, Place: King Philip Middle School, 18 King Street, Norfolk, MA, Time: 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM
    Walk-ins will be accommodated on a 1st come 1st serve basis so we recommend that you make an appointment! Spots are filling up fast!
    To make you appointment you can go to www.halfpints.childrenshospital.org Sponsor code MIRLISS
    For information please email Email: GM.Memorial.Drive@Gmail.com
    - GM

  • 1/5/2015 8:27pm   Free-Fitline 200 Stairmaster-Pretty good condition. 508-520-4567
    - CB

    Older messages are continued in the archives, (here) - Wm.

     
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    5/1 The Norfolk Grange #135 invites all residents of Norfolk, especially the youth, to celebrate Earth Day by participating in Norfolk's 7th Annual Clean and Green Town-wide Cleanup on Sunday, May 1 as we clean the unsightly rubbish and litter along roadways and public places in our community. Once again the Grange has proudly partnered with Stony Brook and is joining in their celebration of Earth Day/Arbor Day that same day. The collection of litter and recyclables collected (in separate bags) during the morning and afternoon of May 1 are to be brought to the Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary at 108 North Street for disposal/recycling between Noon and 4 p.m. There we will celebrate our accomplishment with community photos, cute "green" giveaways and lots of earth-friendly information. The Norfolk Grange will also provide Volunteer Recognition Certificates to participants documenting their community service in this civic-minded event. Note, no registration is required; however, we do ask that you visit the "Clean and Green docs" section of the Norfolk Grange's Facebook page at www.facebook.com/norfolkgrange135 for important information regarding participation in this event. Drop off your litter early so you can enjoy various Earth Day/Arbor Day activities Stony Brook has to offer including timely demonstrations and information sharing, children's nature games and crafts, help plant a tree, and participate in a pruning demonstration. We hope you will join us on this very special day - free to all! Contact Robin B. of the Norfolk Grange at 508-740-2777 if you have any questions. Thanks!


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    Prom Dress

    Elegant prom dress for sale. Navy with open back Worn once. Size small. $100.

    508-641-5667

    4/12  

    Cherry Corner Unit

    Cherry corner shelves.

    $125.00.

    text 508-509-3288

    3/27  

    Couch, Chair and Corner Cabinet

    "This End Up" couch (76"long x33"deep x 26" high) and chair (29" wide x32" deep x 26" high). Best Offer.

    Oak Corner Cabinet (59" high x 46" wide x 27" deep)

    Text 508 463 6474

    [couch chair 2] [corner cabinet]

    3/27  

    Baby Gates

    For Sale: 2 Baby/Pet Safety Gates $15 each or both for $25.

    Graco Crib and Mattress $100. Like new. Used 5 days for guest baby.

    Norfolk (508) 528-0270

    3/27  

    Items for Sale

    Item 1: Coffee/End table set (three pieces). Slate Top, solid oak construction. $250.

    Coffee table measures 49"l x 28"w x 19"h End tables measure 28"l x 28"w x 26''h

    Item 2: Mission Style Buffet $400 obo:

    Mission Style Buffet by Broyhill. This is a beautiful piece, Broyhill Oak Buffet, when moving it was dropped and broke corner of original top. Structurally the buffet is sound but corner on original top is broken, I had a custom Oak top built for the buffet; the new top needs to be stained, old top removed and new top attached to the piece. We never used the buffet so other than the top it is essentially new, drawers are felt lined and dove tailed. dimensions: 5'3" x 1'9" x 3'5"

    I paid $800 for the Buffet and $200 for the top; will let the whole piece go for $400...Moving again and need to sell it.

    Item 3: Freezer $125:

    White Westinghouse freezer, Chest Type, freezer basket included-nice space saver. 3.5'x2'x3' Great shape, works excellent. $125.

    Contact: rpoppenberger@hotmail.com; 719.671.8745

    [pic 1] [pic 2] [pic 3] [pic 4] [pic 5]

    3/27  

    Lista Work Stations

    Lista work stations ~ excellent condition for sale. 2 units 1k takes 'em!

    Contact Virginia :774-571-9082

    1/28  

    Three Items For Sale

    end tables, need refinishing, fun project $40.00 for the pair. 29Dx27Hx18W

    two beautiful decorative chairs. never used. solid wood. original $499.00 each asking $250.00 for both 32Wx46Hx25D

    Grandfather type clock with loads of hidden storage. made by Kincade, solid wood. original $999.00 asking $250.00 24Wx20Dx65H

    [pic 2] [pic 3]

    text 508-509-3288

    Located in Norfolk


    G o n e

    12/28  

    Ethan Allen TV Armoire

    Beautiful Ethan Allen TV Armoire in rich cherry finish.

    Excellent condition. Accommodates up to a 32" TV. Adjustable TV shelf. Ample drawer for DVD/CD's etc . 54H x 41.5W x 21D.

    Asking $200.00. Call or text 508-981-0059

    [pic 2]

    12/20  

    "lane" leather reclining sofa (chestnut brown)

    like new $320.00 or best offer

    contact chasmosr@aol.com

    12/20  

    Drum and Dresser

    Drum and roller case- $75

    Dresser- $150

    [pic 2] [pic 3]

    email box527@norfolknet.com

    11/15  

    Utility Trailer

    5'x8' Utility Trailer for sale with spare tire. New sells for $800. Asking $400

    [pic 2] [pic 3]

    Ask for Dave
    413-695-3894

    S o l d

    10/29  

    Sofa

    "Lane" reclining leather sofa (chestnut brown) $500.00

    Like new condition. Contact chasmosr@aol.com

    10/29  

    Electric Snowblower

    For Sale Simplicity 24" Electric start snow blower. Works great

    $500.00. Call Bob 774-571-0980

    10/22  

    Chair Lift

    For Sale Stannah chair lift. Three years old.

    Cost about $12,000. $750.00 OBO

    Call Bob, 774-571-0980

    Can deliver and help set up.

    10/22  

    Leashrly Life

    Do you worry your dog isn't getting enough exercise? Do you feel guilty about leaving your dog? Are you stressed about where your pet will stay when you are away?

    Provides Peace of Mind for You and Your Pet

    Our caring, qualified, loving pet professionals are here to help. We take the best care of your pet when you can't be there.

    Choose from off-leash hiking excursions, in your-own-neighborhood walks, quick let-out's or overnight pet sits.

    Book online at ! Or, call or email us for a FREE in-home evaluation so we can recommend what works for you and your pet. Sign up for our e-newsletter and receive helpful tips and special offers to help you with your pet!

    lisa@leashrlylife.com -- 781-241-2083

    10/22  

    Furniture for sale

    White locking display cases. 2 lighted locking display cases measuring 25.5 " wide x 84.5" high x 9.5" deep. Good condition. Were originally used in a high end jewelry store for display. 3 shelves on the bottom. Top glass area has option of brackets for shelving or can use the covered cork board lining back of cabinet. Asking $125 each.

    Hooker cherry entertainment unit. Very good condition. Measures 46 wide x 82.5 high x 25 deep. Folding recessed doors in top cabinet. 2 pull out side drawers on bottom and the middle bottom are can be used for a speaker or shelves. Outlet inside cabinet. Asking $250

    Beautiful Thomasville oak dining room set. Very good condition. Pieces include oval table with leaves and table pads, 6 chairs, china cabinet with glass shelves, mirrored back and interior touch lighting, and a buffet / server unit. Originally over $10,000. Very nice set!

    Asking $1,100

    Call or text Judy 5O8 . Five Six Six . 388 8

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    10/22  

    Solid Wood Secretary

    Solid wood secretary. Three large draws on bottom, three shelves above. Drop down table for use as desk with cubbies inside. One piece, very heavy.

    Asking $500.00 Original $1750.00. very good condition.

    74H x 39W x 20D [pic 2]t

    text 508-509-3288
    S o l d

    10/11  

    Furnishings For Sale

    Pair of bar height stools for sale. Both in great condition! $60 for pair or best offer.

    Set of three wall art pieces (look and feel like stone, but are very light to hang!). Great for a feature wall in bathroom, living room or kitchen. $30 for all three or best offer. [pic]

    Mirror with hooks in great condition! Great for an entry, bedroom or basement. Previously used in boy bedroom to hang baseball caps. $25 or best offer. [pic]

    Chrome 6 candle chandelier in great condition! $55 or best offer. [pic]

    Set of 4 window (8 panels) insulated floor length curtains with tie backs. Great condition! $115 for all 4 windows or best offer. [pic1] [pic2]

    Please contact Julia at juliagaudet@gmail.com2

    9/30  

    Ethan Allen Dining Set

    Table with two leafs and 6 high back chairs. 20 yrs old. Wear and tear indicative of age. Paid $3,000. Will sell for $400 or best offer.

    Email karenmercier@verizon.net.

    9/30  

    Saxophones For Sale

    4 sale used Conn alto saxophone $500-w/ neck strap & soft case

    4 sale used Yamaha tenor saxophone $1500- w/ neck strap & soft case [pic]

    gcolella78@hotmail.com

    9/22, 10/29  

    Moving, Tools and Equipment For Sale Moving out and have a large amount of built up home and garden tools and equipment.

    Items include the following:
    - Electrical Equipment
    - Garden and Irrigation Equipment
    - Power Tools
    - Carpentry Equipment
    - Plumbing Equipment
    - Automotive Equipment

    There is a lot more stuff, please call/email me and we can setup a time if you'd like to come check it out and talk pricing, I can also give you prices over the phone if you see something specifically in the pictures. I did not have the time to take pictures of everything but the photos contained in the link below is a good sample of what we have: [google drive folder here]

    Thanks and feel free to contact me with any questions at 508-406-8332 or andrewveatman@gmail.com

     

    Trumpet

    Trumpet for sale, $100. Call 508-243-4359

    9/20  

    Twin Brass Headboards For Sale

    Twin brass headboards for sale, $100 for the set. Call 508-243-4359

    9/20  

    Bunk Beds For Sale

    White metal bunk beds for sale, $100. 3 years old, rarely used. Call 508-243-4359

    9/20  

    Dog Walkers / Pet Sitters Needed

    Do you love animals and enjoy the outdoors? Growing pet service business is looking for qualified dog walkers/pet sitters to add to our staff. Ideal candidate is reliable, responsible, trustworthy, punctual, conscientious and friendly. Having some prior experience with dogs (personal and/or professional) a plus. Individual must feel comfortable with all types of breeds and temperaments and must be willing to work in all types of weather. This is NOT a temporary position. We are looking for a long-term partner to support our clients. Email junebug1306@yahoo.com with letter of interest and resume.

    9/2  

    Treadmill

    Landice treadmill, rarely ever used. Has been taken apart into two pieces to be moved. $100. 508-243-4359
    S o l d

    8/31  

    BMW For Sale

    2007, BMW 525XI, 6 Speed Manual Transmission.
    Very Good Condition, Clean.
    All Service performed by Norwood BMW Gallery.
    113,000 miles, Selling for $10,800
    Contact Brian 781-707-6652

    [pic 2] [pic 3]

    8/31  

    Erica's Cleaning Services

    Cleaner available to service Norfolk residents. Currently working with multiple families and looking to grow my business in this area. References available upon request.

    "I guarantee consistent and high quality cleaning services"

    Cell phone 508-733-7597
    Email: ericahexa@hotmail.com

    8/17  

    Full Set of Sizzler Golf Clubs (2-9, PW & 5 Wood) - $65

    10 clubs in total.

    Sizzler Oversized golf clubs, graphite shaft 2-9, PW and 5 Wood. Great full set to get started and hitting the links. Grips are good and club face has plenty of strike in them.

    Leyland Bulge technology shaft
    Kelmac grips
    Accura HTS Graphite, regular flex 7 & PW

    Make me an offer! Text or call 617. Nine Three Nine . 3 7 4 9

    [pic 2] [pic 3] [pic 4]
    G o n e

    8/9  

    Built-In Gas Grill

    For Sale:

    Lynx stainless steel built-in gas grill (used)
    For sale: $495.00
    Was $2,000 new. Needs a little TLC.

    Contact: Pamela
    617-522-2588

    [pic 2] [pic 3]

    8/3  

    Matching Tabletop Topiaries

    Beautiful tabletop topiaries in excellent condition. Great for a fireplace mantel or entryway! $35 for pair or best offer. Please contact Julia at juliagaudet@gmail.com

    8/3  

    Swivel bar stools for sale

    Pair of swivel bar height stools for sale. Both in great condition and very comfortable! $40 each or $75 for pair or best offer. Please contact Julia at juliagaudet@gmail.com
    S o l d

    7/27  

    Locally Made Bracelets, Earrings, and More

    Looking for local, handmade jewelry either for yourself or as a gift? Effervescent Hedgepig offers a variety of earrings, bracelets, and more, all made here in Norfolk. Check us out on Etsy at effervescenthedgepig.etsy.com, or visit us at our website at effervescenthedgepig.com!

    7/20  

    Items for sale

    Twin bedroom set - 2 twin beds(head and footboards) and dresser
    Asking $400. But open to offers (pictures 1&2)
    [pic 1] [pic 2]

    Ethan Allen hutch. $800. Open to offer
    Willing to sell pieces separately - bottom would make great server (pictures 3&4)
    [pic 3] [pic 4]

    [Contact box525@norfolknet.com - Wm.]

    7/12  

    Moving Sale

    Leather Sofa, Love Seat, and Coffee Table, Side Table, and Console Table ($800)

    Complete Office Furniture, with Table lamp and a Nice Chair ($100)

    Full-size Bedroom Set ($150)

    Dresser, Nightstand, Lamp ($90)

    Tables ($20) each

    6/21

    Please call 508 404 8303

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    Thule Summit Cargo Box

    Good condition
    $100 or best offer !

    Call 508/479/3893
    ( Norfolk )

    6/15  


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