Standout for Black History Month

With BCCR (Bridgewater Communities for Civil Rights) Saturday, February 11, 10:00 -11:00, Bridgewater Center.  Contact: Lois Aldrich

Event Series Peace, Justice & Equality Vigil

Peace, Justice & Equality Vigil

Church Lawn 25 South Main Street, Middleborough

Peace, Equality & Justice Vigil - Saturdays, 11:30 -12:00   on church lawn.  If you are interested in standing with us but would like the training first, please add your name, but put an X in the first column.  All are invited to join in.  Sign up for training and/or the vigil by visiting  Vigil Sign-Ups. If you want to be notified of rare cancellations, please give Dody Adkins-Perry your contact information, and she will email or text you Friday afternoon and/or Saturday morning.  She is usually sitting in her Honda Fit on Nickerson Avenue near South Main Street from about 11:20.

Black History Soldiers, Sailors and Spies

Middleboro Town Hall South Main Street, Middleboro

Black History Month will be celebrated with a presentation of “Black History Soldiers, Sailors and Spies’’ presented by Bright Star Touring Theatre from 1 to 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 11 at Middleboro Town Hall.  Those attending will be able to experience, celebrate and learn about forgotten heroes and soldiers in Black history. They will see the work of the Buffalo Soldiers and Col. Charles Young as they help settle the American West and some of the nation’s first national parks; join the Tuskegee Airmen as they take flight to help win a battle in World War II and learn about

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