Friday, December 14, 2018

Free Viewing of Southside with You


Come to a FREE viewing of the movie Southside with You on Monday, December 17, in Bridgewater.

The film chronicles the summer 1989 afternoon when the future President of the United States, Barack Obama, wooed his future First Lady, Michelle Obama, on a first date across Chicago’s South Side.

The public is welcome to join us for the viewing and the discussion to follow.

Monday, December 17, 2018 at 7:00 pm
in the Upper Parish Hall of the
First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church
50 School Street, Bridgewater
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Co-sponsored by the Social Justice Committee of First Parish Church and the Bridgewater Citizens for Civility & Respect. 

Ninth in our Black Lives Matter film series.

Friday, December 7, 2018

A Sense of Place



The Bridgewater Public Library will feature “A Sense of Place” a combined exhibit of pastel paintings by Laurinda Phakos O’Connor and Maureen Spinale in the Flora T. Little Art Gallery during the months of December and January.

As an artist, Laurinda Phakos O’Connor strives to let simplified strokes create the up-close excitement of color, texture and expression on the surface of paper while she pushes to capture the sense and feel from the landscape.

Maureen Spinale has a passion for painting trees and is drawn to the complexities of tangled branches and fractured light beams through the forest. She has evolved her style from a realistic approach to a more contemporary perspective flecked with bold colors, strong lines and light.

Both women are award winning artist exhibiting in Boston and on the South Shore. They are Gallery Artists at the South Shore Art Center and Signature Artists of Pastel Painters Society of Cape Cod. For more information, visit www.laurindaoconnor.com; www.maureenspinale.com.

An Artist Meet and Greet will be held on Saturday, January 12th at 11:00 am.

The Flora T. Little Gallery is open during regular library hours: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 9a.m.-8p.m.; Thursday 10a.m.-5p.m., Friday, Saturday 10a.m.-2p.m.

Thursday, December 6, 2018

Public Forum on Town Signs

The Bridgewater Branding & Wayfinding Committee will be holding an open forum for the public to provide input and comments regarding the Committee's work to enhance wayfinding resources within the Town of Bridgewater. The forum will take place in Conference Room 201A of the Academy Building, 66 Central Square on Thursday, December 13th at 6PM. 

For those who cannot attend the forum, the Committee has arranged a quick survey to provide feedback below.

Take the Committee's Survey: Wayfinding Survey

Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Friends of Williams Holiday Shopping Event


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Monday, December 3, 2018

Gun Safety, Gun Control, Gun Rights & Responsibilities

“Gun Safety, Gun Control, Gun Rights & Responsibilities” presentation given by Professor Mitch Librett, BSU, Chief of Police Chris Delmonte, Town of Bridgewater and Kathleen Berry, Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense at the Bridgewater Public Library on Monday, December 10th at 6:30 p.m.

This presentation is the second in a series titled “Being Neighborly, Finding Common Ground” sponsored by Bridgewater Citizens for Civility and Respect (BCCR) and the Bridgewater Public Library.


BCCR is a group of local citizens in Bridgewater that have formed an organization whose goal is to ensure that Bridgewater is a safe, inclusive community, one of civility and respect for all.

We hope you can join us.

The event begins at 6:30 p.m. at the Bridgewater Public Library, is free and open to the public.

Saturday, December 1, 2018

The GroovaLottos at the Bridgewater Public Library


Music performance by The GroovaLottos at the Bridgewater Public Library on Saturday, December 8th @ 12:00 pm.
The GROOVALOTTOS are a powerhouse soul-funk-blues trio, comprised of award-winning and seasoned studio and touring musicians, incredible music and wild senses of humor make them one of the most entertaining bands in New England.

The GroovaLottos are on a journey to continue soul, funk and blues as musical traditions. Said to play with their souls instead of their hands, and heralding from Cherokee, Choctaw and Wampanoag communities, they are also known as the 'Soul-Funk Song Keepers of Native America."

No registration required. Free and open to the public.