Community Events Around The South Shore



2018 Winter Foreign Film Series Sponsored by the Scituate Sister City Project

Join us at St. Mary of the Nativity Parish Center, One Kent Street, Scituate 

January 18 at 6:00 P.M. “Intouchables”, a 2011 comedy about friendship trust and human possibility that broke box office records in France and Europe.

January 20 12:30-3:00 P.M. for children, “Le Ballon Rouge”, 1956 short that follows the adventures of a French boy with a red balloon. AND….”Song of the Sea”, a 2014 animated fantasy drama about a 10 year old Irish boy and his mute sister.

February 1 at 6:00 P.M. “Waking Ned Devine”, 1998 unforgettable Irish comedy about who won the lottery.

February 15 at 6:00 P.M. “La Grande Vadrouille” a 1966 French WWII comedy classic.

February 22 at 6:00 P.M. “Some Mother’s Son”, 1996 Irish film about the friendship between 2 mothers whose IRA sons are in prison.

Suggested donation: $10 (includes refreshments) Additional details or to reserve, contact

*Shows postponed if schools are closed due to a storm.



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Celebrate Valentine’s Day at the Alden House

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with an afternoon of history and fun as author Jan Whitaker presents an illustrated talk on the story of the tea room craze in America on Wednesday, February 14, 2-4 pm at the Alden House Historic Site.

A consumer historian specializing in the social history of retail businesses like tea rooms, Jan will discuss how the arrival of the automobile, effort to prohibit alcohol, and the beginnings of the women’s independence movement helped spark the establishment of hundreds of tea rooms across America, including in Duxbury and at Alden House.

The program will include refreshments. Reservations are recommended. Admission is $10. Alden House is located at 105 Alden Street in Duxbury.

To make reservations or for more information, please call 781-932-9092 or visit



The Church Hill Coffeehouse is welcoming Jay Psaros on Friday, February 23, at 7:30

Psaros has been called a “storyteller of precision,” a “master guitar player,” and a musical “painter of beautiful, rolling images.” Jay has toured the country playing shows for audiences big and small. His musical versatility has allowed him to share the stage with a variety of international acts such as Eddie Money, Rick Springfield, The Mavericks, Donovan Frankenreiter, Boz Scaggs, Daughtry, The Los Lonely Boys, Tower of Power, The Little River Band, Ziggy Marley, The Original Wailers, Lisa Loeb, Third Eye Blind, Nellie McKay and many more. Locally, he has played at Tinker’s Son in Norwell Center.

Join us for an evening of acoustic based folk and rock, easily riding along infectious melodic grooves and the songwriter’s laid back vocals in a friendly atmosphere. You will not be disappointed!

Admission is $10.00. Delicious homemade pies and desserts are available for purchase.

The Church Hill Coffeehouse is located at 11 Church Street, Norwell. For information contact 781-826-4763 or 781-582-7784 or visit



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