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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!
Saturday, April 5, 2014 $18 Members, $20 Non-Members(General tickets) Peter Mulvey performs original songs as well as songs from a vast, varied, and deep well of classic and obscure covers. Described by the Washington Post as, "sophisticated and intimate...husky, hushed baritone, as cover-worthy as Randy Newman, Elvis Costello and Dar Williams..." Mulvey is especially known for his ecological tour methodology - biking from concert to concert, sometimes as many as a thousand miles apart. After twenty years on the road, the process of divining the heart of a song and being alert to where the moment can lead has shaped this artist. To each rendition, he brings the soul of a singer, a light touch in a heavy world. Recorded in just three days at Signature Sounds Studios in CT, The Good Stuff (2012) is a sequence in which a bluesy take on the Ellington classic "Mood Indigo" is sandwiched between Tom Waits' obscure "Green Grass," lovingly relocated from the guttural, and a charmingly haphazard rendition of Jolie Holland's "Old Fashioned Morphine". This triptych represents not so much the diversity of songwriting as the commonality. "I'd put those three artists in the same drawer in the big bureau of songwriters," says Mulvey. "They're from different eras, and considered different animals - jazz composer, bohemian beat poet, Americana revivalist - but to my ear they're the same, in that they're always trying to write a timeless song." "Peter Mulvey is all substance, which is his style." "His voice feels like ne old leather, and his guitar sounds like it's on steroids... a superb technician..."- The Boston Globe.
Saturday, May 3, 2014 $20 Members, $22 Non-Members(General tickets) National touring artists Joe Jencks, Greg Greenway and Pat Wictor have made their mark as veteran touring singer-songwriters. The trio's harmonies, as much as their lyrics, tell what they are about: warm as a campfire, stirring as a gospel church, rousing as a call to arms. Fusing folk, Americana, blues, pop, jazz, rock, and a cappella singing, Brother Sun is an explosion of musical diversity and harmony, in the finest of male singing traditions. From three major points on the map - Chicago, Boston, and New York - Joe, Greg, and Pat have truly blended themselves into Brother Sun, a unique celebration of the amazing power of singing together. As they will tell you, Brother Sun is not resident in any one of them - it exists between them and audiences feel this intimacy immediately. Their combined musical skills make for an unforgettable experience - three rich voices blending on a well-crafted foundation of guitar, slide guitar, bouzouki and piano. After main stage performances with standing ovations at both Kerrville and Falcon Ridge Folk Festivals in 2011 and sold out concerts throughout the US, they earned not only return invitations to Kerrville and Falcon Ridge but also invitations to Old Songs Festival, Philadelphia Folk Festival and Kerrville Wine & Music Festival. The trio's self titled album debuted at No. 2 on the Folk DJ Charts (it stayed on the charts for 8 months) and was named the No. 8 album of 2011 on FOLK-DJ. In addition, Brother Sun made the "Best of 2011" list for over a dozen radio stations in the US, including WUMB (Boston), WFUV (NYC), and WFMT - The Midnight Special (Chicago). Their new CD Some Part of the Truth (2013) takes us on an evocative and vivid journey through America's cities and heartlands, where unsung heroes struggle and sometimes win the daily battles of life and love. Some Part of the Truth debuted at #1 on the Folk DJ chart in April, with Joe Jenck's song Lady of the Harbor also debuting at #1.
When: May 3, 2014 8 PM to May 3, 2014 10 PMin Kingston, Massachusetts Cost: 20 - 22 USD (Sat, 03 May 2014 20 )
The Kingston Animal Shelter, in conjunction with Kingston Animal Hospital and Kingston Town Clerk's Office will be holding its annual Rabies and Dog Licensing Clinic on Sat. April 12, 2014 from 10:00 AM - 12:00 noon.
The clinic will be held at the Kingston Animal Shelter located at 28 Evergreen Street. This event is open to the public and you do not have to be a Kingston resident to attend. Cost for a rabies vaccination is $10. Dog licenses for Kingston residents are $10 for a spay/neutered animal or $20 or non spay/neutered animal. Cash or checks are accepted.
ALL DOGS MUST BE LEASHED (or muzzled if behavior is questionable) and ALL CATS MUST BE IN CARRIERS.
When: Apr 12, 2014 10 AM in Kingston, Massachusetts (Sat, 12 Apr 2014 10 )
Saturday, December 6, 2014 $20 Members, $22 Non-Members(General tickets) Amy Black Concert Saturday December 6, 2014 8:00 pm $20 Members / $22 Non-Members Amy Black is a Boston-based singer/songwriter with storytelling and Southern tradition in her blood. In record time, she's become one of the most sought after acts in the East, sharing stages with Chris Isaak, The Courtyard Hounds, Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell and headlining at some of the region's best venues. Amy teamed up with a guitar player she found on Craigslist to play at a local open mic. "I did an acoustic rendition of a favorite '80s song "I Ain't Missing You" by John Waits and that was it. I built a band and did my first real show. I had 50 people come out, then 75 at my second, and 100 at my third. It was a done deal at that point. I knew I was on to something." Amy Black's been playing, touring and writing ever since, and this year, with the release of her second solo album of originals, This Is Home, (Feb 4, 2014) she has fully committed herself to a career in music. "I've stepped away from corporate life because doing music feels like the most natural thing. I'm in my element when I'm singing on stage, like it's exactly where I'm meant to be. And with This Is Home I feel that I've truly found my voice. What's coming out of me is soulful and it's pulling from a deeper place. I see that there's some maturity that's come as I have more years under my belt. I'd like to believe that I'm like a fine wine that gets better well, you know the rest!"
When: Dec 6, 2014 8 PM to Dec 6, 2014 10 PMin Kingston, Massachusetts Cost: 20 - 22 USD (Sat, 06 Dec 2014 20 )
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