Take a New England Ocean adventure from 7 Seas Whale Watch & Harbor Tours sailing daily out of Gloucester Mass. Located just an hour north of Boston at the end of Route 128, featuring a state-of-the-art GPS system that lets you follow along on your journey through the whales feeding grounds. Visit the website for more information.
The Town of Scituate Massachusetts was founded in 1636 and is located in Plymouth County about 25 miles from Boston.
The town contains a number of Historical points of interest. Among these are the Scituate Lighthouse and The Old Oaken Bucket Homestead and Well along with the Cudworth House and the Little Red School House which is now the home of the Scituate Historical Society.
Scituate is a mid sized seacoast community with ocean related recreational activities which make it a desirable place to live and raise a family.
The Scituate Massachusetts High School Class of 1976 invites classmembers to celebrate and re-connect with Classmate on Saturday, August, 5th, 2016, at The River Club on Border Street in Scituate. Heavy Hor d'oerves, Cash Bar, Great Music, Dancing, Photo Booth and not-too-old friends.
When: Aug 5, 2016 7 PM in Scituate, Massachusetts (Fri, 05 Aug 2016 19 )
Join us for the 2nd annual Paddle for Purpose. Canoe, Kayak, SUP board or swim! Just come and have fun for a mile and half paddle around first and second cliff. We are community coming together to make a difference in the tradgic epidemic of drug addiction. We can make a difference for our children, our future. Lead by example and show our littles that alcohol and drugs will destroy lives. This is a day of clean and sober fun! Dunk tank, bounce house, raffles, dj Melissa Trainor, steel drums by Steel Rythm, vocals by Maura Young and fire movement by Fire Owl, Chelsea Ambrose. How can you miss this?!!!! All proceeds donated to the Nicola Maria Foundation. A support group for those who have lost loved ones from addiction, those suffering from addiction or those who just want to BE THE CHANGE! Shirts included in the adult ticket price, any additional shirts available day of event for $10 There will plenty of food and treats for all!! Supply of Paddle Boards is limited first come first serve. You must supply your own floatation device, it is a requirement, safety first!!
When: Jul 17, 2016 10 AM in Scituate, Massachusetts (Sun, 17 Jul 2016 10 )
Join us on Monday, September 12 at the beautiful and environmentally-friendly Widow's Walk Golf Course. The outing begins with an 8:30am shotgun start. Registration fee: $125.00 per golfer includes barbecue lunch buffet. Sponsor a Hole signs are available for $100.00 per sign. Platinum, Gold and Silver level sponsorships also available. There will be a variety of prizes and raffles. Welcome to Widow's Walk Located in Scituate, Massachusetts, on the coast midway between Boston and Plymouth, Widow's Walk is a municipally owned 18-hole layout adjacent to the historic North River and within sight of the Atlantic Ocean. America's first "environmental demonstration course," Widow's Walk opened to much fanfare and national acclaim in 1997. Since then it has been designated as an Audubon International, Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary. Award Winning Golf "#1 Golf Course" on the South Shore Community Newspaper "Readers' Choice Award" for fifteen straight years, beginning in 1999 "Best New Golf Courses in America" Upon opening in 1998 by Golf Digest "Four Stars" List of top "Courses to Play." 2004 - Golf Digest "Readers Choice Award" The Patriot Ledger has also named Widow's Walk one of the area's top golf courses to play. Course Environment Widow’s Walk by its very design was to impact the environment as little as possible by utilizing the natural contours of the land, as well as those contours left by Boston Sand and Gravel as architectural tools. As the course has matured, we continue to consider the environment first when planning our turf management practices. Thanks to both the design and the daily management we are able to use considerably less water than a typical golf course. With it’s many forced carries, reclaimed native grass areas and un-irrigated rough, Widow’s Walk has only about 30 acres of irrigated turf. The interesting aspect of the “Environmental Demonstration” was the use of three different putting green construction techniques. As you play the course, you surely wouldn’t know that six greens are pure sand, six greens are built to USGA specifications and the final six are built using the native soil in a “push-up” technique. This was done to find out what type of putting green construction would allow for the fewest inputs such as water, fertilizer and pesticides. Each style of green is managed a little bit differently to ensure that they all perform the same. As a commitment to the environment Widow’s Walk became a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary course in 2002. This program ensures that we continue to be a benefit to the environment by establishing avian nesting box programs, providing habitats for numerous other species of animals, and using integrated pest management to apply the least amount of water, pesticides and fertilizer as possible.
When: Sep 12, 2016 8 AM in Scituate, Massachusetts (Mon, 12 Sep 2016 08 )
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