Saturday, July 26, 2014

Bridgewater Youth Soccer Registration


Registration for Bridgewater Youth Soccer Association's most popular program, Fall Recreational, is slowly coming to a close. Registrations received after July 31 will be assessed a $20 late fee.

Fall Recreational is for boys and girls U6-U15 (4-14 years old). Saturdays at our Flagg Street soccer complex are filled with soccer players and their families enjoying the weather and a truly great sport! So if your player is just interested in trying the game, or an experienced player looking to continue the sport with friends they haven't seen all summer, Fall Recreational is the place to be.

Register online today at www.bridgewateryouthsoccer.com or email Program Coordinators, Kevin Parrish and Kendra Tansey with questions: kcparrish@comcast.net or kendratanseyphoto@comcast.net. You register by signing into the site, going to "My Account" then clicking the red "Register Now" button next to your child's name.

In other BYSA news...
- Monthly General Meeting will be held Friday, August 1 at 7 pm at the Soccer House.
- Travel Coaches Applications are due on August 15. The application can be found on the BYSA website in the Volunteer Section under Spring Travel Coaching
- There are a few open spots for our Summer Instructional Program, open to boys and girls aged 4-6, Aug. 4-14. If interested, please email Program Coordinator, Nathan Schofield at nschofield@verizon.net if interested.

Friday, July 25, 2014

GBWOT Community Yard Sale


The Greater Bridgewater Women of Today are having a huge community yard sale on Sunday, August 24th from 9:00 AM until 1:00 PM. The sale will be located behind Winter Place, in front of Gabriel Construction at 785 Bedford Street. The cost to set up a table and sell your items is $15.00. 


Please contact Danielle Bovill at daniellebovill@gmail.com to reserve a space. Each table is asked to donate one item to GBWOT’s table, all proceeds from the sale of those items and table fees will go towards the GBWOT Family in Need Fund. The Family in Need Fund has been established to help assist local families who are experiencing hardships. To date, GBWOT has helped more than 30 families in various ways, including supplying gift cards to families with an immediate family member in the hospital, providing photography services to families with a terminally ill parent, providing meals and Christmas gifts to families with a parent who’s recently passed away, donating gift cards to family who lost their home in a fire, and much more.

GBWOT is a volunteer organization that performs community service, raises funds to support local and national charities, and foster friendships. GBWOT meetings are open to the public and are held on the third Monday of the month. For meeting location in Bridgewater email: greaterbridgewaterwot@yahoo.com To access event flyers and for more information on the group visit: www.mawt.org/gbwot or find them on Facebook.

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Downtown Revitalization Planning Workshop Thursday July 24th!

 
You are invited to share in a great opportunity! Give real input to planning the future of Bridgewater's downtown.

This coming Thursday, July 24th, a Planning Workshop to gather citizen input on Downtown Revitalization will take place at the Dunn Conference Center on the East Campus of Bridgewater State University. The attached poster has additional information or you may click here http://screencast.com/t/pl4vuepGr (or copy and paste this link into your browser).

Thursday's workshop begins with a combination bus and walking tour of the downtown to define the targeted planning area. Our former Town Planner, Greg Guimond will guide the tour to inform us of what already exists, what zoning will permit and what projects are already under weigh. The group tour will convene in the Dunn Conference Center at 5:30 PM.

The tour will end back at the Conference Center at 7 PM where The Cecil Group's architectural design team and Nelson-Nygaard's traffic planning team will be assembled to guide us through the workshop. Their most important task will be to gather your input with interactive, hands-on exercises (no jumping jacks required!).

It will be an exciting and fun experience; Bridgewater will profit from your input and in a few years you may see your idea coming to life in our downtown!

As a little extra incentive, light refreshments will be served and several of our local businesses have donated gift certificates as door prizes.

Sunday, July 20, 2014

Bridgewater Senior Painters Exhibit



The Bridgewater Senior Painters, led by Bill Pincolini, will exhibit their art in the Bridgewater Public Library’s Flora T. Little Gallery through the end of August. A variety of watercolors, oils, acrylics and pastels will be featured in the show.

Featured painters are: Paula Arms, Ruth Bates, Julie Bernache, Grace Bjorklund, Sis Denson, Norene DiNardo, Joyce Feeney, Claire Freeman, Donna Jones, Lucille O’Connell, William Pincolini, Susan Puffer, Ruth Robinson, Ed Shonio, Anita Smith, and E. Stewart.

The gallery is open during regular library hours. The library is open Monday-Wednesday 9a.m.-8p.m.; Thursday 10a.m.-5p.m.; Friday-Saturday 10a.m.-2p.m.


The gallery is accessible by elevator.

Saturday, July 19, 2014

"The Night-Time Sky" featuring "The Astrogeek",


Thorson Restoration & Construction Supports Race Against Cancer



Bridgewater-based Thorson Restoration & Construction is supporting the Race Against Cancer in support of their nephew Dylan who was diagnosed with Pilocytic Astrocytoma at the age of 3. Thorson Restoration & Construction will match up to $3,000 of donations made to the Dana Farber Cancer Institute.



To learn more about Dylan and to find out how you can help donate, please click here: 



http://myemail.constantcontact.com/Meet-Dylan---Links-corrected.html?soid=1105491688563&aid=fis4wSlAJvw

Monday, July 14, 2014

Top Ten Estate Planning Mistakes


Bridgewater Savings Bank will be ting the Bridgewater Senior Center on Thursday, July 24th at 1PM for an ice cream social and a presentation on the Top Ten Estate Planning Mistakes.

Presented by Attorney Ian S. Oppenheim, an elder and special needs law attorney from the firm of Oppenheim and Cole, LLC located in Halifax, Massachusetts. 

There will be time for questions and answers during and after his presentation.

Sunday, July 13, 2014

Bridgewater 4th of July Fundraiser


To help support the Bridgewater 4th of July Committee in their efforts to continue the Bridgewater Fireworks, local Thirty-One consultant Lisa Ghelfi is hosting this fundraiser. ALL proceeds will be going to the committee to put towards 2015 Fireworks. 

You can e-mail Lisa your orders to imsuthrnbel@aol.com.

Lisa will contact you for payment. Once the order is placed, she will be delivering the items to you. They will arrive in plenty of time for back to school (by mid August). You are welcome to purchase anything out of the catalog as well.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask.

The 11th Annual Kids’ Summer Track Series


Open to kids ages 3-14 – Co-sponsored by the Colonial Road Runners and the Raynham Park and Recreation Commission, the Kids Summer Track Series is open to children from Bridgewater!

Come out and join us for this fun, educational program where children learn the basics of running, such as warming up, stretching, cooling down and pacing properly. Children will be encouraged to compete against themselves and offer encouragement to fellow runners. Children will be grouped together by age and run appropriate distances. Ribbons and healthy snacks are provided to all participants.

Dates:
July 20, 2014
July 27, 2014
August 3, 2014
August 10, 2014
(August 17th rain date, if necessary)

Time:
Registration at 5:00pm
Program starts at 5:30pm
(NO pre-registration is required.)

Location:
Raynham Middle School Track
420 Titicut Rd.
Raynham, MA 02767

Cost:
$1.00 per child; Parents free!
For more information, please visit our website at www.colonialrunners.org/KidsTrack.php or email kidstrackseries@colonialrunners.org.

Saturday, July 12, 2014

GBWOT Lemonade Stand to Benefit Cops for Kids With Cancer


Where: Winter Place, Bridgewater
When: Saturday, July 19
Time: 10:00-1:00 PM

During these hot summer days, come cool off with a refreshing glass of Lemonade and some sweet treats at the Greater Bridgewater Women of Today Lemonade Stand! We will have lemonade and baked goods and the proceeds will benefit the Cops for Kids with Cancer Organization and the GBWOT General Fund. GBWOT is volunteer organization that performs community service, raises funds to support local and national charities, and foster friendships. GBWOT meetings are open to the public and are held on the third Monday of the month.

For meeting location in Bridgewater please email: greaterbridgewaterwot@yahoo.com For more information on the group, visit: www.mawt.org/gbwot or find them on Facebook.