Please join the Duxbury Camera Club on March 3 from 7 to 9 p.m. via Zoom to hear a presentation from Norman Smith about his work with snowy and saw-whet owls. Since 1981 Norman has spent countless hours in every imaginable weather condition observing, capturing, banding and color marking snowy owls at Boston Logan International Airport. This project further developed […]
Want to learn more about online grocery shopping, curbside pick-up and delivery services? Robin Billings, a technology instructor will spend two classes teaching everything there is to know about online grocery shopping including choosing a service, tips for navigating the websites and step-by-step instructions on setting up accounts. Part 1: Tuesday, March 2, from 1 to 2 p.m. Part 2: […]
The Duxbury Senior Center is partnering with Dux bury High School’s ASL students to offer ASL classes via Zoom. There will be two classes scheduled in March, but registration starts now. Anyone interested in this virtual opportunity email email@example.com. Classes will be held March 3 and March 31 at 9:30 a.m.
Join a town-wide reading of “Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You by Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi, on Thursday, Feb. 25 at 7 pm. The book is a young adult remix of “Stamped From the Beginning: The Definitive History of Racist Ideas in America” by Kendi, which won the 2016 National Book Award. This program is cosponsored by Prejudice Free […]
Duxbury hit the slopes, aka the Miramar Retreat Center, after a pair of recent snowstorms put enough of the white stuff on the ground.
Professional Office Space On Washington Street, Rt 53 in Pembroke. A two room suite with separate entrance. Additional common area waiting room and kitchenette adjacent thru private door. Nice space with wood floors and multiple windows. Has been used as law office and counseling/therapy office in the past. Two other therapists currently in building. Also makes a great remote office […]
After supporting huge price tags to build new schools, a new sports field house, new police and fire department headquarters, among other town improvements, how does Duxbury’s Finance Committee justify cutting the library’s budget to a level below the state’s minimum requirements? During the 40 plus years I’ve lived in Dux bury, our town has faced many budget challenges, yet rose […]
We are getting ready to produce our 2021 Business Guide. If you are a new business in town and would like to be added to our directory listing, please email your business name, address, phone and website to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Casimir Elaine Prince, 80, passed away on Feb. 16 after a long illness. The daughter of Casimir R. Devine and Pat rick J. Flaherty, she was born in Boston in 1941, educated at Notre Dame Academy and the Newton College of the Sacred Heart, and taught English at the Boston Latin Academy. She is survived by her husband, Julius A. […]
Duxbury’s zoning bylaws put strict limits on what kinds of homes people can build in town, but a new state law could change that. If the town wants it. The new law, titled “An Act Enabling Partnerships for Growth,” is intended to encourage towns to approve zoning for new types of housing, particularly multi-family housing. A press release from the […]