Joanne Doherty & Barbara Phaneuf Saturday, October 10, 2015, 7:30 pm, doors open 7 pm Paskamansett Concert Series at the Dartmouth Grange 1133 Fisher Road, Dartmouth, MA email@example.com 401-241-3793 http://paskamansettconcertseries.weebly.com/ www.facebook.com/PaskamansettMusic $15 general admission ($12 for kids under 18, seniors 60 and over, and college kids), and $35 family admission also available. Joanne combines her deft and delicate stylings on guitar and ukulele with a rich smooth voice. She spins her own magic on a wide variety of songs selected from an eclectic catalogue of folk, blues, and old standards. Barbara delights audiences with her engaging guitar style, wit, and relaxed stage presence. Original blues, swing, country, and folk songs fill her set, dotted with an occasional humorous reflection on life.
When: Oct 10, 2015 7 PM to Oct 10, 2015 10 PMin Dartmouth, Massachusetts Cost: 12 - 35 USD (Sat, 10 Oct 2015 19 )
Four Bridges Saturday, September 19, 2015 7:30 pm, doors open 7 pm Paskamansett Concert Series at the Dartmouth Grange 1133 Fisher Road, Dartmouth, MA firstname.lastname@example.org 401-241-3793 http://paskamansettconcertseries.weebly.com/ www.facebook.com/PaskamansettMusic $15 general admission ($12 for kids under 18, seniors 60 and over, and college kids), and $35 family admission also available. Four Bridges is a hard-driving New England foursome that plays original, traditional, and contemporary bluegrass. They also play some tasty and unexpected covers of rock tunes, old-time music, folk, and everything in between. They love them bluegrass harmonies! Ben Marshall (banjo, guitar, mandolin, fiddle), Jeremy Place (mandolin, guitar, vocals), Russell Hermansen (bass), and Greg Ferreira (mandolin, guitar, harmonica, vocals). http://fourbridgesband.com/home
Learn about profitable, small-scale vegetable production throughout the 2015 growing season at Brix Bounty Farm. Participants will see and experience how Brix Bounty's production evolves from early season fertility and plant propagation to mid-season management and fall harvest rhythms. The workshops will focus on the practices and key information essential to grow and sustain this commercial farm. Each workshop will build on information presented in previous sessions. Attendees are highly encouraged to register for the full series. Workshop 1: March 29 - Finding Your Niche and Honoring Your Passion: Crop Enterprise Budgets; Planning the Season; Greenhouse Seedling Production; and "Bio-Builder" Field Sprays - a focus on alliums, lettuce, and tomato starts in the greenhouse. Workshop 2: June 14 - Fertility Foundations: Dry Mineral Applications & In-Season Management (Crop Monitoring, Water Management, and Foliar Sprays) - a focus on alliums, lettuce, and tomatoes. (Includes discussion on lettuce harvest and post-harvest management, allium varieties and distribution schedule throughout the season, and tomato succession management) Workshop 3: September 13 - Enterprise Analysis & Profitability and Fall Fertility Practices Including Soil Analysis - a focus on alliums, lettuce, and tomatoes. (Includes season extension with late blight resistant tomatoes, downy mildew resistant fall lettuce varieties, and leek harvesting efficiencies) Brix Bounty Farm, founded in 2008, produces 5+ acres of vegetables marketed primarily on the farm, through summer and winter CSA and an honor system farm stand. Growing practices emphasize investments in fertility improvements to produce nutrient rich vegetables. The farm established new roots in 2014 on a 10-acre footprint within a larger APR protected farm in Dartmouth, MA. About the presenter: Derek Christianson is the farmer at Brix Bounty Farm in Dartmouth, Massachusetts. He has been farming in the Northeast for the past 13 seasons, relocating to the South Coast from Hawthorne Valley Farm in New York. Derek and his wife Katie started Brix Bounty Farm in 2008. Derek serves on the farm committee and as a project consultant for the Dartmouth YMCA Sharing the Harvest Community Farm, is on the NOFA/Mass board, SEMAP board, the Southeastern Environmental Education Alliance (SEEAL) board, and the town of Dartmouth's Agricultural Commission. More Info: This hands-on workshop is both in and outdoors, so please be prepared for possible inclement weather. **Optional potluck at 5:30pm. Bring a dish to share a plate, cup, utensils and your own drink. Pre-registration is required unless arranged by phone with organizer. For more information, Glenn Oliveira, Education Events Organizer, at email@example.com or 774-678-9644. Refund Policy: Refunds are given up until 10 days prior to the event minus a 15% processing fee. No refunds are provided within 10 days of event. To Join Nofa/Mass goto www.nofamass.org/membership
The 5th Annual Aldenís Adventure will combine our favorite events from previous years.† Bike ride - This year we are doing a 20 mile scavenger hunt leaving from the Tangenís Fishing - Alden and Dan have planned another fishing derby. Catch and release or keepers for the cookout! †Lines in at 12:00PM Friday October 2nd & lines out at 12:00PM October 3rd Hike- This years hike will be a walk at the Slocumís River Reserve off of Horseneck Road We will finish all of the events back at the Tangenís for a 1:00PM cookout with games, prizes, and plenty of good food. Register early to save $5 off your ticket! Please feel free to share this event with others who would enjoy the festivities for a good cause†and thank you for your continued support.
When: Oct 2, 2015 12 PM in Dartmouth, Massachusetts (Fri, 02 Oct 2015 12 )
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