Not sure of the first steps to take to run for public office in your town?
Maybe you have run before and need to hear about campaign strategies to win and stumbles to avoid?
Or maybe you are curious about the process and wonder what happens to the funds after elections?
The League of Women Voters of Hingham has gathered a formidable panel that will help you learn about financing requirements, key deadlines, fundraising and candid lessons learned by elected officials.
The panel will include: Jason Tait, MA Office of Campaign and Political Finance (OCPF), Eileen McCracken, Hingham Town Clerk and three Elected Officials (Selectman, School Committee member, Recreation Commission Member) from Hingham, Scituate and Weymouth.
Not sure of the first steps to take to run for public office in your town? Maybe you have run before and need to hear about campaign strategies to win and stumbles to avoid? Or maybe you are curious about the process and wonder what happens to the funds after elections?
The League of Women Voters of Hingham has gathered a formidable panel that will help you learn about financing requirements, key deadlines, fundraising and candid lessons learned by elected officials. The panel will include Jason Tait, MA Office of Campaign and Political Finance (OCPF), Eileen McCracken, Hingham Town Clerk and three Elected Officials (Selectman, School Committee member, Recreation Commission Member) from Hingham, Scituate and Weymouth.
Tickets are $125 each and includes: lunch trio, fashion show, glass of wine and special pre-Holiday pop up shopping. (You may purchase tickets individually, or in groups of 6 or more.)
100 % of proceeds go to HSP to support their efforts to fund athletics all over Hingham.
Purchase by November 8th!
Please email Brooke Kavoogian to check on ticket availability and request your tickets. (email@example.com)
Join us for the Hingham Historical Society’s Candlelight tours of the 17th century Old Ordinary. The 45 minute tours focus on what life was like for New England families during long, cold and dark New England winters. Tours end with an appropriate snack. The house is unheated and the tour is lot by candles (battery operated). Guests should wear coats!
Tours will take place at 6:30PM, 7:00PM & 7:30PM on November 8, 9, 15 and 16
Tours have a limited capacity. Please ensure you have tickets for each person attending. Advanced Tickets Sales Only
The Plymouth River School’s PTO will hold its 21st annual 5K Road Race on 11/16/2019. This event will draw approximately 500 runners, walkers and spectators. If you are interested in sponsoring and getting your name prominently displayed on our road race performance T-shirts you can sponsor online at https://tinyurl.com/y2zq8nny. Runners and walkers can sign up at www.prsptoroadrace2019.
We hope you will consider contributing to this popular family event that is an integral part of our school’s fundraising efforts on this the 50th Anniversary of the Plymouth River School.
PRS PTO Road Race November 16th at 9:00 am
The registration entry fee is $20.
Register on or before October 31st, Halloween
• Receive a Performance t-shirt
• Be eligible for over raffle prizes.
Due to order requirements, only those who register on or before October 31st will be able to receive a t-shirt.
Prizes will be raffled off during the registration period.
Register early for a chance to be a lucky winner!
Online Registration closes November 14 at 11:59 pm. Runners may register at the event on the day of the race.
Bib and Shirt Pick Up:
• Friday, November 15th from 2:30 to 4:30 at PRS auditorium (200 High Street, Hingham, MA)
Registration and Bib/Shirt Pick up on Race Day, November 16th begins at 8 am
Road Race / Walk starts at 9:00 am sharp at 200 High Street, Hingham, MA
Warm-Up Begins at 8:40 am
Please, No Bikes, Scooters or Rollerblades on the Course!!!
Come on over to Irish Eyes Photography’s Downtown Hingham studio and spend some time with the Big Guy himself. Move over mall Santa…this is the real experience you’ve been looking for. No lines. No gimmicks. Your children will have their own time with Santa to chat, explore, and share in his magic. Children of all ages are welcome though keep in mind your session won’t be posed; I will be candidly capturing the experience. I want to see the magic in your child’s eyes as they read a book with Santa or learn about the special tools he uses to make Christmas work like clockwork. Of course I’ll get a couple shots that are a little more traditional, but the real magic will be the honest belief and joy on your child’s face.
Sessions are 20 minutes long. They’re early enough in the year so you can use these for Christmas Cards, which you can also order and have designed just for you – right here at Irish Eyes Photography.
You will return to the studio two weeks later to view your gallery and order your prints, products, and Christmas Cards. No minimum purchase is required.
You don’t want to miss this one, folks. There are limited spots and established clients have already started booking so book yours ASAP!
Call me (Kerry) at 781-974-6783, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to book your spot now!
2019 dates: November 16th and 17th
Saturday, November 16 at 9:30 — Mamasteph is a favorite performer across the South Shore and beyond! Her albums are all available for checkout at the library. Young children and their grownups are invited to join us for this magical musical morning.
Mark your calendars for the Annual Fall Fine Wine & Craft Beer Grand
Tasting at Ralph’s Hingham Wine Merchant on Saturday, November 16th from 2:30-5pm. The tasting will feature local foods from XR BBQ, Clandestine Kitchen and
Afternoon with the Author: Amy Whorf McGuiggan presents Finding Emma
Saturday, November 16 at 3:00 — Hingham resident, Amy Whorf McGuiggan, author of My Provincetown: Memories of a Cape Cod Childhood, Take Me Out to the Ball Game: The Story of the Sensational Baseball Song, and Christmas in New England, will talk about her new book, Finding Emma: My Search for the Family My Grandfather Never Knew and the discoveries she made about her maternal grandfather’s family and ancestry.
Family members had always been told and willingly believed that John Joseph Osborne had grown up an orphan and an only child. Six years of painstaking research uncovered a different truth. Amy will ponder the question of whether learning and knowing something that was previously unknown – and that one has gone through life blissfully unaware of – matters.
Anyone who is researching their own family tree is encouraged to attend and share their personal journey.
Copies of Finding Emma will be available for purchase.