For a full list of events, visit www.sippicanweek.com/calendar.
Friday, Jan. 31
Go to “Winterfest.”
Old Rochester Regional Junior High School will once again host WinterFest from 5:30 to 8 p.m.
WinterFest brings the Tri-Town grade 6 through 8 student community together for a fun-filled night of music, karaoke, games, jousting, bungee runs, sumo wrestling, inflatable obstacle courses, a video game bus, concessions, camaraderie and much more.
Tickets are $5 and include up to five passes on the inflatables, unlimited access to all other activities and one free concession item.
Additional passes and concession items will be available for purchase. Tickets are sold in advance and can be purchased online through https://www.familyid.com/programs/orrjhs-winterfest.
Saturday, Feb. 1
The Mattapoisett Free Public Library will host a jewelry making session from 2 to 3:30 p.m. The workshop will be led by jewelry designer Robin Ragle-Davis. The session will focus on techniques used to make bead bracelets and earrings and will cover a number of different string and cord options as well as a variety of closures and how to attach them properly and securely.
Tools, closures, and beads will be provided but participants are encouraged to bring any special beads they would like to use. The workshop is limited to the first twelve people who register. No drop-ins will be allowed. Call the library at 508-758-4171 to register.
The Mattapoisett Free Public Library will offer a chance to learn some friendly greetings and conversational phrases in other languages. Community members will share some basics from their native languages in a casual informal setting.
A native Japanese speaker will be at the library from 1 to 1:30 p.m., and a Spanish session will take place on Feb. 2 from 2 to 2:30 p.m
Take a “Superb-Owl” walk.
The Sippican Lands Trust will host a “Superb-Owl” Walk in honor of Super Bowl Sunday at the Hagemann Woods property in Marion.
The walk in the woods will start at 4 p.m. and end by 5:30 p.m. to give attendees time to watch the Super Bowl.
The parking area for Hagemann Woods is located off of Point Road approximately two miles south of the intersection of Route 6 and Point Road in Marion.
The walk is free for members with a suggested $5 donation for non-members. Headlamps or flashlights are suggested for the walk back to the parking area.
If the Superb-Owl Walk is canceled due to inclement weather, information will be posted to the lands trust’s website and Facebook page. For more information about this walk contact email@example.com, call 508-748-3080, or visit www.sippicanlandstrust.org.
The walk will go through heavily forested areas that are home to owls. Although hearing the owls can’t be guaranteed, owls are often more active during the evening because it is their nesting time.
Tuesday, Feb. 4
Listen to Ken Hart.
Ken Hart, of Compassionate Care Hospice, will speak about “Getting Older and Having Fun” at the Benjamin D. Cushing Community Center.
Call 5087483570 to register for the talk.
Shop at the Cape Cod Mall.
The Benjamin D. Cushing Community Center will host a shopping trip on at 9:30 a.m.
Attendees will visit the Cape Cod Mall in Barnstable, Trader Joe’s, and Christmas Tree Shop. The trip will also allow time to stop for lunch.
Call 508-748-3570 to sign up.
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