This 8 week challenge runs from January 20th through March 15th and encourages you to “transform” in whatever way you see fit. Transform your body, your mind, your habits, or all three and more. With the support or your peers, coaches, and community partners, we are all working together to start the next decade off by achieving more life, more happiness, more health, both inside and outside of the studio – together. With both a member and nonmember offer, what are you waiting for? Give us a call at 781-328-1800, message me for more information, or swing by the studio any time between 12/17 and 1/15 to register. The Transformation Challenge includes a pre and post inbody body composition scan.
March 1, 2020 at 4 pm
Pianist Christopher Hossfeld, former music director at Old Ship, will be joined by Jae Cosmos Lee, from A Far Cry on violin, and Jeremy Harman, from Old Ship on cello for a concert of piano trios by Mozart, Shostakovich, and Arvo Pärt. The concert will feature Mozart’s Piano Trio in E Major, K542, and Shostakovich’s trio in E Minor, Op. 67.
About the Candlelight Concert Series
The Candlelight Concert Series has been presented annually at the Old Ship Church for over thirty years. The concerts were inspired by an Old Ship family who, after a vacation trip to London, wished to encourage the organization of free concerts in Hingham similar to the tradition they experienced in the churches of Europe. The first concert was presented in December 1973 with a performance by the Cambridge Quartet. The goal of these concerts is to present a wide variety of professional artists performing a breadth of instrumental and vocal repertory within this unique venue, which enhances the enjoyment of great musical art. The list of artists who have performed here includes many of the finest instrumental and vocal musicians from the New England and American music scene. Performances take place in the Old Ship Meeting House at 90 Main Street in downtown Hingham. Designated in 1960 as a National Historic Landmark, and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1966, this original Colonial building – the central portion was completed in 1681 – has been in continuous church use for more than 300 years. Observances last year celebrated the 325th anniversary of the meeting house. Friends of the series are invited to add their names to our list of supporters to be counted among those who endorse the continuation of quality, live musical performances in our community. For more information, please contact Christopher Sullivan, Candlelight Concert Committee Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org or write to:
Old Ship Candlelight Concerts 107 Main Street Hingham, MA 02043
Come meet with other local parents and caregivers of children on the autism spectrum to share resources, network and offer support in a confidential environment.
Take a Peek Open House Tours
Fridays, 10 am
Nov 8, Dec 6, Jan 4, Jan 10, Feb 7, March 6, April 3, May 1
We welcome both parents and children to join us on our interactive, child-friendly “Take a Peek” tour! Sign up for either a morning tour session or afternoon tour session as you get to know all about us at South Shore Conservatory and the wonderful things we do! Each small tour group consists of 4-5 families as you get to meet our staff, go into the classrooms to interact with teachers and students, visit an Art Specialist, and see our entire Preschool/PreK/Kindergarten campus! Following the tour, there will be time for questions and answers along with a light snack and refreshments.
We look forward to meeting you!
The Kerry Jon Walker Fund (KJWF), a non-profit organization dedicated to helping humanity and supporting those affected by poverty, presents a benefit evening Art Auction and Global Market, on Saturday, March 7, from 4 to 8 pm, at Hingham Community Center, 70 South Street, Hingham. All proceed support the fund’s mission, including mission service trips for teens supporting sustainable programs to improve health, education and economic opportunity for those in need.
An evening of delights awaits where art and handmade crafts from local and international fine artists are on display in a festive market atmosphere. KJWF’s Art Auction and Global Market features live entertainment by singer/songwriter Les Sampou, catered light bites, shopping opportunities for hand-crafted wares and more from abroad, a silent and live auction, and a cash bar. Purchases make wonderful gifts, support a great cause and may be taken home the same night.
KJWF provides financially challenged urban teen students the opportunity to create global objectivity and travel abroad in charitable service. KJWF provides student service trips to Rwanda, where they have assisted 500 orphaned teens at the Agahozo-Shalom Youth Village. While providing service to this community abroad, the Boston teens, most never having never traveled out of the country, gain a new understanding of the developing world.
Founded in 2010, enhancing the education of youth is at the heart of The Kerry Jon Walker Fund’s mission. Amongst its accomplishments, KJWF provided 3000 lbs. of books, maps and educational materials, as well as school uniforms, to village schools in Guinea, West Africa. The community ranks amongst the poorest in the world, home to the region’s most deprived children.
Admission to the Art Auction and Global Market is $50, available at the door and at thekerryfund.org. Admission fee and purchases may be paid for by cash, check and credit card on site. To learn more or support the Kerry Jon Walker Fund, visit thekerryfund.org.
Hingham METCO is bringing MR JOY to Hingham High! Please mark your calendars for this moving live performance. This beautiful solo play “exhorts us to pay attention: to racial and economic injustice, to a generation of young men who feel adrift and forgotten, and to our common humanity, too often overlooked in the struggle of daily life.” (Don Aucoin, Boston Globe review, https://www.bostonglobe.com/arts/theater-dance/2015/09/27/despair-and-hope-beaty-joy-artsemerson/3JZgPIoOwZm4TmL912qcjN/story.html) There will also be two school day performances for the HHS students. Tickets are free but please reserve your spot.
Hingham Historical Society presents:
Waves of Change: Hingham 1850 to 1950
A seven-part lecture series on a century of significant growth and change in Hingham, Massachusetts.
Timeless topics, entertaining speakers and light refreshments deliver afternoons of enlightenment and community at the Hingham Heritage Museum
Lecture Series: $150 Members, $175 Non-members. Series includes all seven programs, light refreshment and a boxed lunch. Subscriptions on sale until November 10, 2019.
Ticket Sales are Limited. If space remains after subscription sales, tickets will be sold for individual lectures for $25 Members and $30; Non-members.
The Irish Riviera: Irish immigrants and the South Shore
MAR 14, 2020 at 3:00 PM
Guest lecturer Bob Chessia of the Scituate Historical Society will share background on Irish immigration to our area, his hands-on knowledge of the Irish mossing industry of Scituate, and more. Hingham Heritage Museum: 3 PM, light refreshments follow.