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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!
Put on your favorite princess dress and come spend a magical afternoon dancing and creating with nine of our princesses! Create a beautiful sticker seascape with Ariel Build an edible snowman with our Snow Queen and Snow Princess “Paint” (with markers) flower picture frames with Rapunzel and Sofia Decorate crown magnets with Sleeping Beauty and Princess Beauty Make glitter pumpkin ornaments with Cinderella and Tinker Bell This event is best suited for kids age 3-8 Adults are FREE Tickets are non refundable
When: Oct 18, 2015 1 PM in Kingston, Massachusetts (Sun, 18 Oct 2015 13 )
Notes:Two day event. Draws limited to 16 players. Doubles starts Sat PM after singles. Directions to the Club and local accommodations can be found at the Club website www.kingsburyclub.com. The Kingsbury Pub is open for lunch and dinner from 11AM to 10PM Saturday.... No refunds after close of registration. Online registration only.
When: Dec 5, 2015 12 AM to Dec 6, 2015 12 AMin Kingston, Massachusetts (Sat, 05 Dec 2015 00 )
Notes:Directions and local accommodations can be found on our website at www.kingsburyclub.com The Kingsbury Pub is open for dining Friday and Saturday but is closed on Sunday. No outside food is allowed when the Pub is open for business. Parents of players are welcome to sign a waiver and pay a $15 guest fee to have use of the club for the day. Please be aware that Friday evening and Saturday morning traffic can be heavy. Please allow adequate time for travel as the 15 minute default rule will be strictly enforced per the USTA.
When: Oct 30, 2015 12 AM to Nov 1, 2015 12 AMin Kingston, Massachusetts (Fri, 30 Oct 2015 00 )
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 )
A story slam is a competition based on the art of storytelling. It encourages storytellers to focus on their personal narrative and the craft of publically performing. Every story is required to fit into a 5 minute time frame. It is short, snappy & lots of fun! Each story slam has a theme. The theme for Sept 18th is "dining disasters." Have you ever had dinner drama? How about a meal that didn't quite turn out the way you expected? What's your TRUE STORY? Bring it & tell it!! Who participates? How do I participate? On the night of the slam anyone who wishes to participate can drop their name in a hat for a chance to compete for some fun prizes! Don't want to tell? Just sit back, relax & watch the stories unravel!!
Saturday, November 7, 2015 $22 Members, $24 Non-Members(General tickets) Patty Larkin redefines the boundaries of folk-urban pop music with her inventive guitar wizardry and uncompromising vocals and lyrics. Acoustic Guitar hails her "soundscape experiments" while Rolling Stone praises her "evocative and sonic shading." She has been described as "riveting" (Chicago Tribune), "hypnotic"(Entertainment Weekly) and a "drop-dead brilliant" performer (Performing Songwriter). Patty Larkin grew up in a musical and artistic family in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Descended from a long line of Irish American singers and taletellers, her mother was a painter, her sisters both musicians. She learned at a young age to appreciate the beauty of the arts. She began classical piano studies at age 7, and became swept up in the sounds of pop and folk in the 60s, teaching herself the guitar and experimenting with songwriting in high school. An English major, Larkin sang throughout her high school and college career, starting out in coffeehouses in Oregon and San Francisco. Upon graduation from the University of Oregon, she moved to Boston and devoted herself to music, busking on the streets of Cambridge and studying jazz guitar at Berklee College of Music and with Boston area jazz guitarists.
When: Nov 7, 2015 8 PM to Nov 7, 2015 10 PMin Kingston, Massachusetts Cost: 22 - 24 USD (Sat, 07 Nov 2015 20 )
Join us October 2, as friends of Eric Donovan will gather at Indian Ponds, to support his fight. On March of 2003 Eric was diagnosed with Ewing’s sarcoma, a cancer that attacks bone and soft tissue. He was given a 30 percent chance to live; despite all odds Eric fought relentlessly and entered remission six years later. The same summer he turned twenty-one and tragedy struck Eric and his family again. Eric was paralyzed from chest down in a diving accident at the Spit in Scituate, a sandbar at the mouth of the North River. After multiple surgeries to realign and stabilize his cervical spine, he gained sensation in one of his arms. Eric received physical therapy at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Boston in the months to follow. Eric is now going to Journey Forward a non-profit organization dedicated to bettering the lives of those who have suffered a Spinal Cord Injury through an intense exercise program. Eric is one of the most inspirational people whose positive can-do attitude allows him to persevere through any obstacle that he faces. The community of Scituate has a very strong bond, always coming together to support each other during the time of tragedy. We hope to benefit Eric as much as we did in 2010 at the House of Blues. The money we raise will help assist Eric in his rehabilitation process and the equipment that is needed for him to some day walk again.
When: Oct 2, 2015 6 PM in Kingston, Massachusetts (Fri, 02 Oct 2015 18 )
Welcome! Emily Fahey was a beautiful young girl who was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer, rhabdomyosarcoma, when she was seven years old. After receiving treatment at the Dana Farber and Childrens Hospital in Boston she was in remission for six years. In December of 2012 the cancer returned and in spite of the treatments, she passed away ten months later on October 20, 2013. In memory and honor of Emily, this Organization is committed to helping other children in need. Emily had a place in her heart for children with special needs, and for kids like her who suffered emotional trauma resulting from the unbelievable harsh chemotherapy,radiation, and surgical treatments used to cure cancer. 5K Walk/Run In Loving Memory of Emily Fahey: An amazing event to raise money for childhood cancer patients. Along with the 5K walk/run there will be a DJ and refreshments. Bring your friends!
When: Oct 24, 2015 10 AM in Kingston, Massachusetts (Sat, 24 Oct 2015 10 )
$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
Did someone say brisket & beer?! Solstice Restaurant is excited to present #TexasTakeoverNight, a series dedicated to authentic Texas BBQ- think brisket, pulled pork sliders, spicy Texan sausage, mac & cheese, coleslaw, & more - prepared on our handcrafted smoker masterpiece! And since Texas BBQ isn't complete without a beverage, we encourage you to top off your BBQ experience with an ice cold Shiner Boch or a delicious Texan Mule with Tito's Handmade Vodka. So grab a friend, bring your appetite, & practice your Texas twang! * Free event, pay for food & drink accordingly. BBQ selfies encouraged.
Join us for an evening of revelry at the Indian Pond Country Club to celebrate The Well, raise money for the important work it is doing in our community, and to help “unmask” the stigma of mental illness. Music, dancing, food, drinks, auctions, raffles, prizes, and surprises. You’d be amiss to be absent. Dress your best and wear a mask — if you’re in the best mask, you’ll win a prize!
When: Oct 23, 2015 7 PM in Kingston, Massachusetts (Fri, 23 Oct 2015 19 )
Saturday, October, 2015 $20 Members, $22 Non-Members(General tickets) Geoff Muldaur is one of the great voices and musical forces to emerge from the folk, blues and folk-rock scenes centered in Cambridge, MA and Woodstock, NY. During the 1960's and '70's, Geoff made a series of highly influential recordings as a founding member of the Jim Kweskin Jug Band and the Paul Butterfield's Better Days group, as well as collaborations with then-wife Maria and other notables (Bonnie Raitt, Eric Von Schmidt, Jerry Garcia, etc.). He left the stage and recording world in the mid-1980's for a working sabbatical but continued, however, to hone his craft, albeit 'flying beneath radar'. He composed scores for film and television, and produced off-beat albums for the likes of Lenny Pickett and the Borneo Horns and the Richard Greene String Quartet. Geoff's his definitive recording of "Brazil" provided the seed for - and was featured in - Terry Gilliam's film of the same title. With his magical voice and singular approach to American music in tact, Geoff is once again touring the world. He performs in concert halls, performance spaces, clubs and festivals througout the US, Canada, Japan and Europe. Geoff may be heard from time to time as a guest on Garrison Keillor's A Prairie Home Companion and has been featured on a variety of National Public Radio shows, including Weekend Edition, All Things Considered, Fresh Air with Terry Gross, and The World with Lisa Mullins. Geoff's newest albums, The Secret Handshake, Password, Private Astronomy and Texas Sheiks have met with high critical acclaim and feature Geoff's unusually crafted interpretations of classic, oftentimes obscure, American material as well as his own unique compositions. In addition to tours and recording, Geoff continues to apply his arranging skills to a variety of projects for albums and film. Although he is known as a musicians musician, it is clearly his voice that most identifies him. About his singing, the New York Times noted: Geoff Muldaur "...succeeds not because he copies the timbre and inflections of a down-home African American but because his voice - reedy, quavering, otherworldly - is so unusual that [the music] he sings becomes little more than a context, a jumping-off point." And about a per-formance in London, The London Times wrote, "Immaculate guitar picking was matched by vocals that were rich, and bore out the guitarist, Richard Thompson's praise for him: 'There are only three white blues singers, and Geoff Muldaur is at least two of them.'"
When: Oct 3, 2015 8 PM to Oct 3, 2015 10 PMin Kingston, Massachusetts Cost: 20 - 22 USD (Sat, 03 Oct 2015 20 )
Saturday, January 2, 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: Jan 2, 2016 8 PM to Jan 2, 2016 10 PMin Kingston, Massachusetts Cost: 20 - 22 USD (Sat, 02 Jan 2016 20 )
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