Saturday, October 17, 2015

Board of Selectmen Seek to Fill One Vacancy on Board of Directors of Council on Aging


The Board of Selectmen is seeking to fill one three year term on the Board of Directors of the Council on Aging. This is a voluntary position and the individual will serve without compensation. Letters of interest should be sent to the Town of Middleborough Board of Selectmen, Middleborough Town Hall, 10 Nickerson Avenue, Middleborough, MA 02346 or via email to jshanley@middleborough.com no later than Friday, November 20, 2015.


The Board of Directors works in an advisory capacity to assist in the administration of activities and day-to-day management of the Leonard E . Simmons Senior Multi-Service Center. Equally important, the Board of Directors oversees the development and management of the operating budget, participates in the development of new programs, and assists in the development of governing policies. The Board meetings are held typically during the evening, once per month. The Board does not meet during the summer months. 

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Massachusetts Archaeological Society Fall Meeting

JOIN US!

Saturday, October 24, 2015
at the
17 Jackson Street
Middleborough, MA 02346

Please join the Trustees, Members and Friends of the MAS for the annual Fall Meeting on Saturday, October 24, 2015. A Society business meeting will open the day, followed by an afternoon of invited speakers, who will be presenting the latest archaeological research from across New England.

9:30-10am
Registration. Members $10/Non-members $12.
10am-12pm
Annual Business Meeting. Open to All Members.
12-1:15pm
Lunch on your own.
1:15-4pm
Afternoon Program including talks and presentations by
Katie Kirakosian, Eric Johnson, Curtiss Hoffman, Dan Sivilich, and David Naumec.
4pm
Reception at the Robbins Museum

Help us celebrate more than 75 years of
education and preservation of Massachsuetts' archaeology.

For more information, including directions to the Robbins Museum:
(508) 947-9005
Free Parking Across from the Robbins. ADA Accessible.

Friday, October 2, 2015

Paranormal Activity Returns to the Library on October 21


Just in time for the Halloween season, the Library is bringing back its popular paranormal programming.

On Wed., Oct. 21, at 6:30 p.m., Tim Weisberg, host and executive producer of "Spooky Southcoast," one of the world's most popular paranormal talk radio shows, will appear at the library to give a multimedia presentation on, "Ghosts of the Southcoast." The presentation will feature video, photographic, and audio evidence collected during his years of paranormal research and exploration.

From the spirits of British loyalists in Wareham's Fearing Tavern to the ghastly goings-on at the Lizzie Borden Bed & Breakfast in Fall River, this talk will examine some of the Southcoast's most infamous ghost stories. It also will take an in-depth look at the region's history and how it relates to its haunts, including a discussion on King Philip's War.

Weisberg will bring his paranormal investigative equipment with him and even take attendees on a mini-ghost hunt of the library! Maybe he'll finally lay those rumors to rest about its being haunted.

Weisberg works on "Ghost Stalkers" and "Ghost Asylum," both airing on the Destination America television network, and is the author of Ghosts of the SouthCoast and Haunted Objects: Stories of Ghosts on Your Shelf. In addition, he's been featured on paranormal television programs airing on the Travel Channel, PBS, and the History Channel.


He co-owns a paranormal events company called Legend Trips with one of our Library patrons' favorite presenters Jeff Belanger. A sports writer by trade, Weisberg also covers the Boston Celtics and the New England Patriots for the Standard-Times.