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The Town of Kingston was founded in 1762 and is located in Plymouth County about 35 miles from Boston.
Those who visit should stop at the Major John Bradford House which was built in 1714 as well as the Kingston Public Library which contains over 58000 volumes. Also shop at the Independence Mall. The mall has 100 stores to meet your every shopping need!
Residents say Kingston is the ultimate place to start or raise a family!
The Challenge of Change: Should You Stay in Your Home or Sell It? Have you been considering making a lifestyle change? Tired of the burden of maintaining a big home? Getting ready to move, but are overwhelmed by the process and don’t know where to start? Join us and other Baby Boomers as the... Lifestyle Transition team gives you ideas and information to help you every step of the way. You Should Attend if: You plan on moving in the next 12 to 18 months, but need more information on the type of community that is best suited for you and your family. You have questions about the new requirements for both sellers and buyers effective since October 2015 that will affect transactions. This seminar is designed for Baby Boomers and their adult children and will take place on Tuesday, February 9, 2016 at the Adams Center, 33 Summer Street, Kingston, 02364 starting at 7PM. This will be a free event meant to allow for questions after the presentation. Robert Gleason will be joined by Attorney Eileen Y. Lee Breger from the law offices of Hutchings, Barsamian, Mandelcorn & Robinson, LLP. Attorney Lee Breger will discuss estate planning techniques designed to protect your assets and pass them to your desired beneficiaries. If you would like to attend, please call or email at: Cell: 781.856.6714 email@example.com. Boston Connect Real Estate | 31 Schoosett Street |Pembroke, MA 02359 | 781-856-6714
When: Feb 9, 2016 7 PM in Kingston, Massachusetts (Tue, 09 Feb 2016 19 )
Red House recording artist Cliff Eberhardt knew by age seven that he was going to be a singer and songwriter. As a child Cliff taught himself to play guitar, piano, bass and drums. In his teens Eberhardt was fortunate enough to live close to the Main Point (one of the best folk clubs on the East Coast), where he cut his teeth listening to the likes of James Taylor, Joni Mitchell, Bruce Springsteen, Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters, Bonnie Raitt, and Mississippi John Hurt - receiving an early and impressive tutorial in acoustic music. At the same time, he was also listening to great pop songwriters like Cole Porter, the Gershwins, and Rodgers and Hart, which explain his penchant for great melodies and clever lyrical twists. A driving force of the Greenwich Village New Folk movement and well known among his peers, Cliff's songs have been covered by the likes of Richie Havens, Buffy St. Marie, Erasure, Lucy Kaplansky and the folk superstar band "Cry, Cry, Cry" (Dar Williams, Richard Shindell, Lucy Kaplansky). "Eberhardt is a superb singer, with a vast credible range of emotions, and a soulfulness that draws from rock and pop, but also from the best folk ballad styles." - The Boston Globe "Eberhardt is one of the most original songsmiths currently on tour, a highly intelligent and articulate artist whose penetrating and profound lyrics are sometimes overshadowed by his extraordinary guitar playing. Upon close listening, the Philadelphia-born singer's gift for the English language is abundantly clear. The words that tumble from his mouth are framed by a raspy yet deeply elegant voice" - Folk Music Society of Huntington New York
When: Mar 5, 2016 8 PM to Mar 5, 2016 10 PMin Kingston, Massachusetts Cost: 20 - 22 USD (Sat, 05 Mar 2016 20 )
Wicked Good Cause presents the 3rd annual Winter Ball Saturday, March 12 from 7 pm to midnight at the Indian Pond Country Club. Featuring Dwight and The Marcels Band. Formal Cocktail Attire. Individual Tickets $100 plus $3.49 service fee. Please join us for an evening of dinner, dancing, live music and fundraising. Wicked Good Cause is honored to support this year's Winter Ball recipients.
When: Mar 12, 2016 7 PM in Kingston, Massachusetts (Sat, 12 Mar 2016 19 )
$22 Members, $24 Non-Members(General tickets) Called everything from 'hillbilly-Pink Floyd' to 'folk-pop' to 'surreal Americana', New York's Slambovian Circus of Dreams (AKA The Grand Slambovians) "is a riveting, mesmerizing, crazy, amazing machine of music." Chronogram Magazine. A rootsy psychedelica that MAVERICK MAGAZINE calls "Mightily impressive and hugely original rock from the cool end of Americana", their melodic avant-folk conjures with an exotic instrumental arsenal and a palette of styles ranging from dusty Americana ballads to huge Pink Floydesque cinematic anthems. The Slambovians charm from the first note with thought provoking lyrics - creating intrigue and attraction for thinking audiences. Formed in Sleepy Hollow, New York over a decade ago, they pioneered the alt-folk circuit, staying on the fringes of the music industry. Winning support from indie radio and press since their inception, fans fueled their career from the ground up to an international status. Having headlined major music festivals and venues across the US, Canada and UK, this band has a devoted cult following. The band is led by songwriter Joziah Longo (vocals/guitar/harmonica) "Soothing and bewitching as a snake oil tonic, the entire root system of Rock Family Trees is embedded in Longo's voice." - The Big Issue, Scotland, UK, and joined by Sharkey McEwen (guitar, mandolin), Tink Lloyd (accordion, cello, etc), and Eric Puente (drums, percussion). They create a captivating vibe that feeds the soul. "9 out of 10 - Love at first spin!" Americana UK; "Super and Natural... I love this band!" - WXPN Philadelphia; "Songs imbued with mystical stirrings and idealism... they took the stage by storm!" The New York Times; www.slambovia.com; www.facebook.com/theslamboviancircusofdreams
iPhone Basic Workshop is for those customers who are new to the iPhone. You will learn how to turn/off your iPhone. Using iTunes and the App store. How to set up email and surf the web. Using iBooks and various other iPhone basics such as synching with your computer and checking for updates. You will be help by trained Apple Sales Professionals. Duration: 30 minutes
When: Jun 18, 2016 2 PM in Kingston, Massachusetts (Sat, 18 Jun 2016 14 )
This workshop will show you how to use iCloud on your iOS device or Mac. You will learn how to manage your back ups and how much storage space is needed to maintain all your backups. What is being backed up and what is not. Photo sharing set up, find my iPhone/iPad/iPod. Workshop clinic is approx. 30 Minutes.
When: Apr 30, 2016 10 AM in Kingston, Massachusetts (Sat, 30 Apr 2016 10 )
iPad Basic Workshop is for those customers who are new to the iPad. You will learn how to turn/off your iPad. Using iTunes and the App store. How to set up email and surf the web. Using iBooks and various other iPad basics such as synching with your computer and checking for updates. You will be help by trained Apple Sales Professionals. Duration: 30 minutes
When: Jun 4, 2016 1 PM in Kingston, Massachusetts (Sat, 04 Jun 2016 13 )
Saturday, May 7, 2016 $22 Members, $24 Non-Members(General tickets) Once, when asked by a promoter for a copy of his biography, Gurf Morlix responded with just two words, "legendary integrity." He would later admit that his response was perhaps a bit pompous, "but true," he added. "Well, half true anyway." The story is a telling one, demonstrating not only Morlix's directness, which is famous among his musical colleagues or perhaps infamous, depending on who you ask - but also his dry sense of humor and no-bullshit approach to life, music, and the music business. Had he sent the promoter a more traditional bio, it likely would have noted that Gurf was born in Lackawanna, New York (near Buffalo), saw the Beatles on Ed Sullivan, formed a band (in which Peter Case made his stage debut), moved to Austin to escape the cold and play music, befriended Blaze Foley and a bunch of other Austin characters, moved to Los Angeles, worked for more than a decade as Lucinda Williams' guitarist, band-leader and backing vocalist, produced Lucinda's acclaimed Sweet Old World and eponymous albums, famously left Lucinda, toured with Warren Zevon, moved back to Austin, produced a number of classic Americana albums you likely own if you are any kind of Americana music fan, played on many more albums you probably own if you fall into that category, got inducted into the Austin Music Hall of Fame, received the Americana Music Association's "Instrumentalist of the Year" award, went on to make seven critically acclaimed albums of his own, and then toured the world supporting them. He now continues to play live, produce albums for the artists that move him, and make his own albums. He even goes fishing ever once in a while. That's the resume, but it's Gurf's integrity, combined his near innate sense of music and how to make it sound not just good, but great, that have attracted so many well-respected artists to work with him over the years - folks like Ian McLagan, Patty Griffin, Robert Earl Keen, Buddy Miller, Mary Gauthier, Tom Russell, Butch Hancock, Slaid Cleaves and Ray Wylie Hubbard, just to name a few. And, oh yeah, he can make nearly any instrument with strings either sing or growl, depending on the needs of the song, like no other musician out there. Gurf's eighth album, 2015's Eatin' At Me, kicks off with wailing guitars and an annual family car trip to "Dirty Ol' Buffalo." Never one to shy away from the gritty side of life, the portrait he paints of the rust belt city of his youth, with its rugged roads and smoky orange air, ain't pretty, but it's real and authentic to the core. Unlike the shiny city of today, all polished up with money and a thin coat of paint barely hiding the grease below, "Dirty Ol' Buffalo" is the kind of place that stays with a person long after they've left. The nine songs that follow on Eatin' At Me have that same lasting quality and clearly come from a man who looks at life and the world around him, with all its grit and glory, unflinchingly. His songs tell tales of love and regret, happy memories and heartbreak, the kinds of things that stay will with a person, eating away at them, if allowed. What makes the songs unshakable is indeed Gurf's "legendary integrity," the authenticity of the characters he introduces, the empathy and fearlessness with which their stories are told, and the care with which the songs are made. No word, no note, is out of place, and like the many well-known and well-loved albums he's produced and played on, Gurf's own records are infused with his trademark grit and muddy groove resulting in quality that's so real, listeners will feel it in their bones. Indeed, it's the kind of album that stays with a person long after they've listened.
When: May 7, 2016 8 PM to May 7, 2016 10 PMin Kingston, Massachusetts Cost: 22 - 24 USD (Sat, 07 May 2016 20 )
Saturday, February 6, 2016 $20 Members, $22 Non-Members(General tickets) Roots-Rock/Junk-Folk There is a room in the house, somewhere past the attic, where you keep the more eccentric pieces of your life, the whimsical things that hold a strange place in your heart and that you just can't seem to throw away. The ham radios and phonograhs, antique pinwheels, figure skates and marbles. Perhaps somewhere way in the back there's a beat up old guitar. This is the room where Rusty Belle lives a trio of musicians who "play music that is already familiar to your heart and soul, you just haven't heard it yet". (James Hamel, Composer). Rusty Belle was founded in 2006 when brother and sister Matt and Kate Lorenze with Zak Trojano and an indeterminate number of other artists. They thrived in this fiercely creative environment that often frightened the neighbors and sometimes alarmed the police. Inspired by the constant stimulus and activity of their home, the band crafted a unique sound and writing style. "They're a little bit country, a little bit rock n' roll, a little bit old-timey and a whole lotta weird", says Seven Days Vermont, "but in a good way.
When: Feb 6, 2016 8 PM to Feb 6, 2016 10 PMin Kingston, Massachusetts Cost: 20 - 22 USD (Sat, 06 Feb 2016 20 )
What: Great golf, food, fun, fellowship, and prizes. Eighteen holes of golf on a private course, cart and dinner are all included in your entry fee of $??? When: Monday May 23, 2016. Registration opens at 11AM with a shot gun start at Noon Where: Indian Pond Country Club, Kingston, MA Format: Scramble format. Golfers may register as a 4-person team or individually and be placed in a foursome. Who: Our goal is to fill the course….which means 36 foursomes, 144 golfers of all skill levels willing to come out, play some golf, have fun all in support of the Pembroke Public Schools. Why: With your generosity in sponsorship and/or participation we can donate funds needed to continue the wonderful work our educators provide to the future leaders of our community. Thank you!
When: May 23, 2016 11 AM in Kingston, Massachusetts (Mon, 23 May 2016 11 )
About the Lindsays The Lindsays are a husband-and-wife Celtic duo that for more than fifteen years have created a fusion of Irish ballads, traditional jigs and reels, and contemporary sounds, for an honest acoustic delivery with an edge. Susan plays sax, Irish flute, and whistle, and Stephen, a native of Dublin, Ireland, plays guitar and sings. The music is decidedly Irish but reflects their wide range of tastes, from folk to blues to jazz to world. The first studio CD “From the Green to the Blue” was released in November 2010. Their live CD, “Live at Church of the Pilgrimage” came out in 2007
When: Mar 5, 2016 7 PM in Kingston, Massachusetts (Sat, 05 Mar 2016 19 )
Come Listen! Come Sing! Dance a Gullah Dance! Laugh as audience kids dress in masks to act out a story with African shakers & mbira. In this show, national award winning singer & storyteller, Mary Jo Maichak, tells traditional African-American folktalkes, sings spirituals, plays guitar & invites the audience to chant, sing, act, dance, play percussion instruments, listen, ponder, learn historical & social background of our country. Inspirational, fun, gripping, and funny too!
When: Feb 18, 2016 4 PM in Kingston, Massachusetts (Thu, 18 Feb 2016 16 )
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